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Tuosdnv, October 22. 1918.
THE TIMES. 'Page Three. MILITARY EVACUATION OF ANTWERP BY HUNS IS REPORTED ' iinniiiiiiiiiiiijliiiILriU.Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiniiitiiii!iiiiiiiiiMiititnMiitiiiiiiitiiii ntiniimm mmmiiHitiiinuiHintiiimniinimmniiii mini mum mmm mum y " mmm. i- '" :- .. .X- ' '" ' ' - - . , ' Ai , ' nsi f..vi Ft!: i ! hi Will Here ;s An Opportunity That No Woman Can Afford to Overlook! The sayings offered on Coat Day make it well worth your while to purchase your Winter Coat on this day in stead of waiting until later on when prices will surely be higher. Here you will find a complete range of the newest and smartest styles, fabrics and colorings. Fur trimminsrs add richness and character to manv of the 4 iuc models. on 11 be delighted with these coats, with their stylos, their qualities and their prices. So be 5 and come Coat Day and see them. We have also reduced the price of suits 23 per cent for this day. T'wo riews of Antwerp. Looking norl.i along the River Scheldt, at left, and looking east from Quay Van Dycl along principal street of city. The military evacuation of the ity of Antwerp by uie German? in their peHmell retreat through Belgium, is reported. Antwerp, until the v.nr broke out, was one ! It ha3 been in the grasp of the of the richest ports in Europe. ! Germans since they swept through located on the River Scheldt, it j Belgium in 1914. taking DOssession was an important shipping center. ' of everything. Read the Dollar Specials At the Do'.tom of This Advertisement KAUFMANN &. WOLF - Hammond. Inex Read the Dollar Specials At the Botton of This Advertisement sure : 1 i 1 1 GOLD PROBLEM SOLVED By Takins: Morse's Laxa-Pirin. The Only LAXATIVE and ASPIRIN Cold, LaGrippe and Headache Remedy on the Mar- Contains no Quinine to derang the stomach, cause ringing or roar ing in the head, but eradicates Colds, LaGrippe or Headache with perfect ease. SI?epless Nights: If yoa are rest eas and can't sleep, take two tablati npon retiring sr.'l Vs in slumberland .'n a few xrtir.3. Fe- sala by All flnrt ol5 druggists. make the error of thinking for a moment that the war is nearly m'cr. America has Just beK'jn tn fight. In the coming months our long preparation on the bat tle l'.ne and in the shipyards will yisld result".' Ship-workers know the need for continued record breaking. Every ton of shipping delivered now needed to carry our hoys to France. Every ton launched now means force tc the utmost to really win the war next spring Don't go by the war map. That still need? a lot of changing and the enemy sill! need: a lot of llrking. Tonnag-e will win the war and bring permanent peae." iWATsoars efforts AHEPPRECIATED Letter Carries and Other Federal Employes Ap- prove His Position. NERVOUS RUN DOWN WOMAN f Tells How Vlaol Creates Strength S Dnked. Tenn. "I live on a farm and keep house for six In my family. I Rot . into a nervous run-down condition so it seemed as though I would die. A friend advised me to try Vlnol. I have been greatly improved by its use and am bel ter and stronger, In every way." Mrs. IT. It. Goodwin. The reason Vlnol was so successful in Sirs. Goodwin's ease is because it' contains beef and cod liver peptones, j Iron and manganese peptonates and ; itlycet ophosphates, the very elements ; needed to build .up a weak, run-down I system and create strength. Joseph V. Wei?, druggist: L. Harry AVeis. and Xorris Fharmaey. Vinol is sold in E. j Chicago by Sehlieker's Pharmacy, and' in Whiting by 1,. H Mattern and drug- . gists everywhere. . r. S Ft pimple? and blotches try Saxol Salve. Money back if it fails. Adv. SSPFCTM. T TftB TlilfS. WASHINGTON, D. O., Oct. 21. Sena tor James E. Watson has written a let- t They never realized before how charming sunburn could be, Country glr's do not tan. It Is the town-bred girl, who has taken such care of her complexion asainst tan, who in the country gets the glorious Rollins Plush Coats $20.00 values attractive full length models, slightly flared, all-around belt, larire collar of kif beaver plush. C ol ors are w i n e. l)rown, green and tiavv Women's TsSew Coats Warm cozy coats, full length slightlv flared mr.dels fashioned of cheviot ve lour, trimmed in beaver or black silk plush. Colors a re i Drown, grcc n, navy and blank. jtZJi Special at Ml' E. 1 I Modish Velour Coats NECESSARY iftirnRMiiTiiui nil uuivini luit IS HUfifJTFn W IwW Po jrreat is the vogue at present that an enterprising firm is bringins out a cosmetic, called "Sun-Tan." NOT EVEN THIS KIND WASHINGTON", Oct. 13. Not even iter to the Association of Letter Oar- ,,irio at i nvi ia .in i. i.uiiini, i ul u i. "nut-nrown slim I in fator of the McKrller retirement bill j for soverr.meiH employes. i I The senator takes the position that j j letter-carriers and other loyal employes j j who have for thirty years worked for j ; the government should be granted some ! allowance during the!r old age. The ; senator Is particularly pleased with the j provision of the bill which does not : make the compensation feature of the j measure a burden on the treasury of the j government. j The MeKel'.er bill provides that gov-j the so-called kruezen, or new beer, for I ernment employes who take advantage . carbonizing old beer, mav be brewed af- of this retirement privilege must pa y j ter December 1, under a ruling announc- The rublteity Bureau of the Indiana!'0 the ?lv"nn"'rit two nd one-half cd yesterday by Food Administrator State Council of Defense is authorized ! percent of thcir monthly wages. This j Hoover and Fti Administrator Garfteld. hv th United States F.mployment Serv- ! 'iU be a 3;?tinct advantage to the ! nrowers had asked that they be. pcrmlt- the p measure in setting , te.rt to brew new bor for this purpose j Its passage assured in the senate and in j after the date fixed by the President tne noue. l ne measure will not le a j for ajj brewing to cease. harden on the government but will, dur- j .a,,,. .v i. i mg the first few years of its operation.) ,,, . , , , , , , , .. , , , ,,' . , other material now on hand, breweries establish a TtiTifi nf qpvflrfll mi linn nol- 1 , , may use as much of their fuel ailot- ... , " , , ,1 ments as they choose between now and Senator Watson, being a member of; ... . , . i December 1, it was announced. How tie senate committee on postoff ces and! . . . , .ever, for the purpose of refrigeration postroads. has given this measure earn- . , , . . .1 after December l..it is annoiinred that est attention and he is receiving the .,,, . ,.. , . .. , , thanks of the National Association of . ,ft9t Ju . , Js suffJclent and ,t wjU be letter Carriers and other Federal em- nccessary for the brcwer3 to 6ave uf. pioyes in jnaiana ior ii iriemny inter est in the measure. lee. at Washington, to make publk- season chiffon seal or Colors 0 I'dlowing: announcement: The new government survey' board made up of representatives of all sovernmental departments having xmtract construction, housing or production problems in hand that require labor, housing, power, fuel, materials or transportation, is put tinjf up to the community labor beards throughout the country the problem of making: a survey and report on local conditions on which the War Industries Board and the lbor Department can urge the proper distribution when ordered, and in making- them the community labor board will co-operate with the regional advisers of the War In dustries Board and in certain cases with, representatives of other de partments. Production survey ques tionnaire which will be officially dis tributed and must be filled out when a particular survey is ordered. These will give the necessary in formation both by industries and by cotnmunities. These surveys are au thorized try the War Industries Board, the Emergency Fleet Cor poration, the Railroad Administra tion, the Food Administration, War Navy Housing Corporation and the Department of Iabor for the pur pose of enabling all procurement de partments through the War Indus tries Board to place war contracts in auch a manner as to staballze in dustries and prevent the unnecessary transportation and movement of la bor. This survey should benefit every city In your state and this action by the government should have the widest possible support. It certainly strengthens the position of ihe various communities and at the Mine time inereaseg the power of the community beard 1n its own citv. In addition, community labor boards must moke a monthly report of labor conditions and supply so that the War Industries Board end the De partment of Ialxr may keep up to date. The following telepram sent by Ed ward X. Hurley has been sent to all shipyards. It is offered in evidence of the fact tbat th whole effort of t'ie government is being turned toward keep ing up the fighting spirit a.nd that peaee (alk is danrerous: "Xo ship-worker will ficlent coal out of their allowance for refrigerating purposes. FAIR BRITONS SMEAR ON TAN TO BE IN STYLE f Bt United Press. 1 LONDON. Oct. 19. The beauteous and bewitching country milkmaid used to be a delusion of poets and optimis tic painfrs. In Herfordshire and Buckingham shire you can see the merry land-girls ! everywhere. In ho'land smocks, leg- j f.ings. breeches and slouch hats, the ' land-girls have, made the country-side ' -i ready at last. j Their nut-br'wn complexions, bright with the glow of health and their lithe, easy movement", mark the ideal count; y milk maid. She is absolutely a war product. She ia a pretty town girl turned into a land worker. Her town-bred vivacity sparkles with country heplth and vig or. Women ar b of their complexions. 544 STUDENT NURSES NEEDED The smartest styles of the fashioned of wool velour and jersey. Trimmed in Yukon opossum. Lined with silk. are reindeer, bur-i fiindv. hr.nwn.i " , j , taupe, navy and QjJ black School Girls'1 Coats Dandy warm coats, nicely made, in attractive girlish styles. Of Thibet cloaking in navy blue, brown and green. Patcli ;fxkets, all around belt and big silk fi J gK plush collar, ages I j IJ 10 to 11. Priced at fa 'i -1 Wednesday Qny Striking New Coats 1 s23.50 Coats very latest (styles, made of zebeline, black thibct and Normandv mixtures. Some models are trimmed in silk-plush. In bur gundy, brown, navv and black IIS Velour & Plush Coats I X BIG SALE OF MUSLINS Tomorrow, 5 Yards of 29c Goods for - - $1.00 .$33.00 Coats of wool velour with big kit coney collar, pleated back, panel pockets, all around belt, also beauti ful silk plushg 3 coats trimmed intJJ .J f$ " beaver p 1 u s h, fj) at , Silk Plush Coats Handsome full length slightly flared models Qf silk plush with immense collar, dee)) cuffs and six-inch bor der of kit coney E! or dyed opossum, s silk lined through out, a: French Serge Dresses Regular $20.00 values, becoming styles, in vestee effect, trimmed in silk braid and wool embroidery, nov elty pockets and all around belt. On 'sale Wednes day at 3 ,3 MllMmillllHmiWliHMM.IIMifc i T1t hundred and forty-foux student j nurses are needed to raise Indiana's J quota of student nurses up to the fed ; eral quota, the state council of defense announces. The call for student nurses here was for 1,500, and only 056 have been certified to the surgeon-generaL It ia hoped to exceed the quota so that all assistance may be given to the federal program cf caring- for the war needs of the country. Each, county has registra tion headquartersfor the nurses. NOTED ATHLETE DIES AFTER OPERATION VT 1VT-T.TV, PA., Oct. 19. Gayle A. j ..tig distance runner, who ! No more shad-i took part in the 1908 Olympic games at Stock Reducing Sale of Grade Suits Including 65 Sample Garments, Just In Iff ' SHF. tvcry SU1 n stock will be offered at an amazing reduc fff TTS s I i on Jjcr cen or ns 0110 cay ony I11 spite of tf UJJ 1 1 JJ continually advancing prices your opportunity is here J 1L j.i.j. saXC twenty-five per cent right in the beginning of the sason when you may need a new winter suit and will receive a full sea son's service from it. They're made of broadcloth, wool velours, burellas, poplins and silk velvets in every stylish coloring. Models suitable for every tvpe of figure, some distinctive in their plain tailoring; "tj ff ff others trimmed with dyed opossum, French seal and nutria beaver. All our latest purchases, including G5 high class sample suits will be involved in this sale. Choice of Any Suit in the Store For Instance lng them from the sun and wind ! j London, died Wednesday following an j ! ALLENBY ON WAY NORTH TO ALEPPO : operation for appendicitis. lie Tvas a ; j graduate of the University of Michigan, : j ia which institution he won many sport' honors. r A Sure Way to End Dandruff Thvre is one sure wsy that has never failed to remove dandruff at once, and that is to dissolve it. then you destroy it entirely. To do this. Just get about four ounces of plain, common liquid arvon from ar.y drug store (this is all you wll need), apply it at night when re fi'irg: use enough to moisten the sealp and rub it in gently with the finger tips. By morning, most if not all, of your SandrurT will be gone, and three or four more applications will completely (lis olve and entirely destroy every single gn and t.-tic9 or it, no matter how much dandruff jou hay have. lou will And ail itching and digging if the sealp will stop instantly, and fur hair will be fluffy, justrous, g!osy. itlty and eoft. and look and feel a bun Ired times better. Adv. - 53 TcTrT tjt3 r,'jr 1 The War Savings Pledge Card is '. : a little note written to Uncle Sam j jr 1 tc assure him that you are with; j "him in the war and that you intend ! ! i to stay to the finish. i i lUi Suits That Were $28.75 Suits That Were $35.00 Suits That Were $53.75 Suits That Were $56.75 Suits That Were $69.75 are On Sale are On Sale are On Sale are On Sale are On Sale at $21.50 at $26.25 at $40.50 at $42.50 at $52.50 OLE of HU.6S General AHenby, in command of the allied army in Syria, hs9 left Damascus far behind in his pursuit of the lurks, lie is following the railway from Damascus to Aleppo. By capturing the latter city he will cut the raiirond running from Con stantinople to Mesopotamia and thus isolate the Turkish Mesopotaniaa army. DON'T KEGLECT A RHEUMATIC PAIN Go after it with Sloan' Liniment beforo it gets dangerous 1 , BE35SS3 xSSSPEBSEEBE Uleached and Uubleached Muslins! Apply a Utile, don't rt let it pent' Irale, and good-by twinge! Same for external aches, pai.-.3, strains, BtifTneta of joints or miisdcs, lameness, bruises. Instant relief witliotit mtissiness or Boiled clothing. Reliable the biggest selling liniment year after year. Eco nomical by reason of enormous sales. Keep a big bottle ready at all times. Ast your druggist for Sloan's Liaimer.t. jm start M' 'i-" vsm. v?iw'.irs7ar r a u n 3V. 60c, 1.3A. Two Remarkable Dollar Items Yard Wide Full t Bleached Muslin Standard Quality Regular Price 33c i Yard, Tomorrow Only, 4 YdSo tm $1 ft "' .itr -J) jl 1 ' ii. mi'l. Yard Wide Unbleached Muslin Standard Quality Regular Price 29c a Yard, Tomorrow Only, or $1 niimimwimuiiiiiiimiimmiiiiumiiimiHiiiimiwmiiiiniiiiim 4