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Friday, October 11. 1918. HEALTH BOARD STOPS SATURDAY S CAE OF WABASH AT INDIANA Open Saturday Night Till 10 P. M. Ed i - Mf . . Open Saturday Night Till 10 P. M. ff' PfW T 1 Ij 0 0 d VX U U II bJJ GO j 1 MEEHi IS LUGKY TD GET VERDICT . CIEfN. BEMPSET Frisco Paper Says Jack Should Have Received at Least a Draw. The worst Jack lVmpsey should have been Riven In the- four rourni contest w ith Willie Mocha n in San Francisco a short time apo was a draw, according to a San Francisco newspaper. After the report that Meehan had outpointed Ful ton's conqueror had I "en placed on the vvires. Dempsey and his manrsor loth declared that they had been the vic tim of a raw leal, hut it was believed they wer-" simply alibing themselves. Follovringr is a report of the tight from the San Francisco raper: "Amid the- wildest enthusiasm that has (rreeted a pair of hoxers in the local ring In several years. Referee Kddis j Jraney awarded Willie Median the de- eision over Jack Pempsey after f our J rounds of rather hard fishtins at the j Civic auditorium last night. j "Whllo the spectators, esper tally the; gallery gods, cheered the decision loudly, j it did an injustice to "'Jack Reams' j lighter. ! Daraaarti ny Dempey. ; "What little damage was done during ! the fi.ur rounds oelortRed to Pfrnpsey. j His punches had far more sting than . JU ehan's anc he came dangerously near j scorini: a knoeout in the second round. 1 when he sat Willie down with a left! hook to the jaw and pumped in some pile driving punches to the roly-pol.- ; heavy's head and body. Moehin was in a wobbly condition at bell time. i "The third round Willie recuperated. thanks to his fro. id condition, and he; fairly tore at Dempsey, swinging hi." j arms from every angle. lb? pt art led Demi soy with hi.- como ba k. and the: latter was forced to the r- !; before : he regained his eo.uiliforium. When Mee- han again rushed lHmpsey landed a left j swinsr that staptrered him. As be did so it was noticed that he dropped the J arm. ar.d after the contest it wus'dis- I covered that his left hand was in a j badly swollen condition." INFLUENZA STOPS FIGHT AT MILWAUKEE Jf II.WATJKEE, WIS., Oct. 11. Eo tausa cf the penralence of Span, isli influenza hero the scheduled bout between Hitclile Mitchell of Milwau kee and Sailor rriodman of Chicagro, ligrlitweig-hts, cet for tonig-tat at the Auditorium, was called off yesterday. The mer were to have fou&ht ten rounds, but the order of the Milwau kee health commissioner closing all theaters and other places of amuse ment stopped the bout. Fiomotar Tom Audrows aims to put the boys cn as soon as conditions will permit. GOPHERS CANNOT PLAY MICHIGAN; EDICT B'f PREXY ienter-B&rnett :ling Company INCORPORATED Capital Stock $25,C00.CO. Fully Subscribed. Pa 0 Plant located at Columbia Avenue and tho Chesa peake & Ohio tracks. Pork Products. Live and dressed hogs. Wholesale and retail. Immune brood sows with pigs. Vaccinated feeding pigs of all weights. Hogs slaughtered, singed and pre pared for market. We Buy All Grades o! Live Hogs I MINXEArOMS, MINX., Oct. 11. Minnesota and Michigan will not meet on the gridiron this fall. Although at the meeting in Chicago of Big- Ten coaches and athletic directors a game between these .o old time rivals was booked for Nov. 23, Ht was definitely called off last night the announcement coming- directfrom President Hurton. According to the recent ruling of the war department on the football sched ules, only two trips were to be allowed each institution's team, but Minnesota was booked for three trips, one to Iowa City, one to Chicago and one to Ann Arbor. FUNERAL OF ROBERTSDALE CITIZEN rSPECtAt, To The Times. 1 ROBERTSDALE, Oct. 11. The fu neral of Arthur Utesch, who papsed away at tho home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Ut:ch of Myrtle ave nue, Thursday morning- at five o'clock of Spanish influenza will be held Sat urday afternoon. Services will be held at the home at two o'clock. Rev. Bopp will officiate. Interment will take plice in Oak Hill cemetery. The de ceased is survived by his parents, tw-o sisters, Mrs. John Spicak and Miss Elizabeth Utusch and two brothers, Frank and Edward Utusch. I5LOOMINGTON. 1X0., Oct. 11. A formal order by the state board oft health forbidding all public meetings' for ten days on account of Spanish in- ! flur n.a, today caused a postponement of , the g;:ime to have been played here next Saturday with Wabash. It will be play-i ed on Saturday. Nov. 2G. at which time it is thought the closing ban will be : lifted. j Althoiiph the university was closed today ty the state hoard of health, daily, football practice will be continued, as the health board order does not affect the K. A. T. . which is entirely under i federal control. No order has come' from the army authorities forbidding the local army training corps from con-' tinning its work. V-CJ vi'v NEBRASKA- FUNSTON GAME CALLED OFF LINCOLN. NEB., Oct. 11. Because of the prevalence here and at "amp Funs-' to nof Spanish influenza the football same between the Camp Funston team aril the University ,.f Nebraska squad scheduled for Saturday lias' been can celed, it was announced nt the Univer sity yesterday. At the same time an nouncement was made that the Nebras ka team would meet the Notre Dame ?-juad hero Nov. 2. This game was originally scheduled for Oct. 19. LETTERS FROM SOLDIERS m ram 1m Www M u wm mm I 1 . ini Office located at the plant. Tel. Hammond 1272T2 The man who helps his city and his country by buying a 4th Liberty Loan Bond is for them, the man who doesn't isn't. s Intended as an Invitation for You to Come to our NEW STORE and see what we Have to Offer for the Coming Season. 9 fr i 4 A.. c- w K - '-'1 l AN ! Qalkty-Conflderice I r; uJS - ''V. - t ' v f t , x - , vT 4 K" k 3 nit It is a genuine comfort to wear a suit which does not offer occasion for a single disturbing doubt. Quality confidence should precede every suit buying decision you make. Confidence in style, the fit, the patteni, and the fabric, all of which may bo aptly summed up on the phrase confidence. Our business suits for men will inspire you with confidence in your appearance, with the deep rooted satisfaction of faultless stylo lines, of a perfect fit, of dependable tailoring and fab rics, lnese suits and overcoats ior-men tv5w-S, are rare values at MO Derbies, Soft fiats and Velours We have rcpolnishcd our stocks of new derbies, soft hats and velours for the fall business and now offer the most complete display of headwear in Hammond. Derbies $3 to $6 Soft Hats $3.50 to $8 Velours $5 to $8 The Neckwear 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $2.00. Novelty Shirts Very smart new corded madras shirts in beautiful designs of favored colorings and shades $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 up to $5.00 We carry a complete line of Stetson and Packard shoes at $5, $5.50, $6, $6.50 up to $12 From Frank B. Miles. ! France, Kept. 1U, lillS. ! Dear Mother: As 1 have a few spare mlnutei, 1 thought I would write to my dearest mother. I : think about you every day and even at j night. Well, how is every little thing ; with you by this time? All O. K. I! hope. I am gluing along quite well and j hope you and all my Whiting friends' are doing the same. I am writing: this : on the typewriter and pretty fast, but guess you can read it alright. Give dear, little sister my best regards and kiss her a thousand times or more for me. ' We are surely having bad weather here ; at the present time. It rain3 and rains j and is so disagreeable. I bet you could not guess who I saw over here a few! days ago. AVell, I. saw George Childs. j ana l was so glad to see him and he was sure glad to see me too na well as I was him. I hardly thirk this war will last much longer, do you. mother? And I know tht everybody will be irlad when it is over and be glad to see us all back home again, don't you? I know that you are worrying; but never mind, you won't have to worry when we all come march ing home again, then all the worries will be over with. I wrote a long letter to Hazel a few days ago. I also wrote to Mrs. Myers. Give her my best regards as soon as you see her. I am getting somewhat sleepy at present, so will close soon. Tell Hazel to write to me soon as I dearly love to hear from her. How is Leslie getting along by this time. Give him my best regards when you write to him without fail, as I want him to know that I am thinking about him most all the time, but I guess he knows it pretty well any way. I suspect Hazel is getting along just fine in her school as she always did take a great interest in her studies. I bet you wish it was spring coming on now instead of winter, and I know I dread winter very much and I have an idea that everybody else does too. How about it, dear Mother, you are one I can never forget. France is .ure some country and I can tell you all about it wb"n I get hack. I guess I am Improv ing a little on the typewriter. Don't you think I am. How is Johnny Rayder get ting along? Give him my best regards. Johnny Is sure a line fellow and I al wajs did like him. Well, it Is 9:30 p. m.. so I will have to close. Tell the Whiting folks to write to me, as I al ways love to hear from them. Well. I will close, with love and kisses for you. ecia its a IV aine jfai and Winte O verco&ts More men than ever realize that in the purchase of their personal require ments the practice of economy is essential. Therefore, we present these as sortments of Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats for men, young men and youths with the foreknowledge that they will be an impressive demonstration of the advantages this Men's Store now offers. There are assortments wide enough in patterns and colorings for any man to choose from, and all sizes in all proportions are offered now, so that the ad vantage of making immediate selections is a two-fold advantage which no man, young man or youth in civilian life in the Calumet Region toda can af ford to ignore. Men's Fall Shirts $2.00 New styles in handsome pat terns. Soft and stiff cuff models. Men's Cravats $1.00 Rich autumn coloring effects .which blend with the new-shirts. Men's Pajamas $1.79 Night Shirts, $1.53. Made of good grade flannelette. John B. Stetson Hats for Fall and Winter Vear, $5.00 and $6.C0 Sleep good and may some of your dreams be of me. Tour lovir i son. FRANK C. MILES. Q. M. C. Corps, A. P. O. T04. A. E. F. The man who helps his city and his country by buying a 4th Liberty Lean Bond is for them, th-? man who doesn't isn't. GERMANS MAKE ALLIED PRISONERS WEAR" WOODEN AND PAPER SHOES; SAVE LEATHER st r i s mMk-ii S25 $30 $35 w f - "'V ' 1 " ' t- . it . -- 'r j "tJc " C ...... , f. . i MV- WAW M5 - 11 a.ict J NAGDEMAN'S CLOT! 564 Hohman, and State, HOP ammond, Ind. Jr. "Litei. IK ! ."V Repatriated allied prisoner v. ith sample of German shoes. Conservation of all materials nee.-7 ed in the war has reached it3 heic.h in Germany. Allied prisoners about to leave the Hun camps are pro vided with wooden shoes with papr tippers. The photo shows a repatri ated prisoner who has reached Lon don, and the type of shoes civen him. f1 (J Al :.-MUNSON tMY'SHOES. y5 .-?a-t I Oi I h i- When the Skin Seems Ablaze With Itching and Burning s c f-n: &r?rt' xu I m M Soldiers Not l?j&r mm Only Wear rM Them But Z 11 A j ffl Civilians, Too J L UERE 'is a jL shoe made x v ',-',v - on the Army last a shoe Ip '."A worn by every soldier in the ( " U. S. Army. - 7 j It is scientifically con- structed to give the utmost comfort ; ' 3 and made of selected leathers to fya , V' .J,"' yield the longest possible wear. 'cn ."h'r black" ;w-lt tee 1 V W For men in the Home Guard, for hikes, c a p : flexit ie - -j camping and ail around out-door use. the d 'da'rTif .7 NEWARK U. S. Munson ARMY SHOE proof. Mono f - x is ideal. bnck if c-t . satlsiactary . ft. -c X3 -ff Everywhere else they cost 57.50 rin fsr but at NEWARK Shoe Mores they O.UU r . - -f y cost you only $5.00. Get the bet ' end save two dollars end fifty ceaUl A:-.2 - Pi Buy a pair tomorrow. ,: -y l 17 New F!I Styles for Women y 'iy :r jut in. Come tomorrow aod aT''' if V"y.M,7v eo them. gr-"'"";' ,S. Newark Sheet .A; - i'f& For Boy, $2.50, S3, & 53.50 fa-srl Slse Stores G. HAMMOND STORE 566 So. Hohman St., Near State. Open Saturday Evening. 297 Stores in 97 Cities There's just one thing to do. If your skin seems ablaze with the fiery burning and itching of Eczema, real and lasting relief can only come from treatment that goes be low the surface that reaches down to the very source of the trouble. So-called skin-diseases come from a disordered condition of the blood, and search far and near, and yon cannot find a blood remedy that ap proaches S. S. S. for real efficiency. the proper treatment is through the blood. S. S. S. has been on the market for fifty years, during which time it has been "giving uniform satisfaction for all manner of blooi disorders. If you want prompt and lasting relief, you can rely upon S. S. S. F"or ex pert advice as to the treatment of your own individual case, write to day to Chief Medical Adviser, Swift Specific Co., Dept. C, Atlanta, 6at PLENTY OF SOFT COAL Dellvored to Any Part of the City. Ask Us for Prices. West Hammond Coal Company J. J. BREHM, Prep. PHONES: Rea., 1674; Office, 2355. THE TIMES.