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Woilnosfl.lv. Nov. 13, 1.918.
THE TIMES. Paire Seven. Classified Advertisements A charre of 10 cent for collection will ruA-de for all clasiufied advertise ments phoaad to this oflc and not paid ! 1 orwlthin tire day . j Wanted MaleHelp WANTED Men steady work. Cha pin & Co., Colum bia avenue and 1. H. B. Tracks. tf LATHE OPERATORS BORING MILL. OPERATORS, SCREW M A0HlXSO PER ATOR3 TOOL MAKERS MACHINISTS TIN SMITHS GOOD WORKING CONDITION'S 100 GOVERNMENT WORK EDWARD? VAOTAKn. City Hal'.. East Chicago, lna. 1j.g.5t WANTED-n to "un 40c per ton; ' h,r " Haromoni. loaded. MaUeablo Iron s.l3-tf WANTED--Men rWo! vtOt0- yards. 37c per hour. PI east B. KmU,rV Hammond, of Wentwerth ave., est u-2-tf. across M. C. tracks. . UNEMPLOYMENT SER vicc wants men to unload stcld; piece work, pood pay. Also hot and cold rivet mak ers for Champion Rivet Co. Anplv XJ. S. Employment ot fice, City Hall, East Chicago ,;. c.otB t room 4. Ham commission. ISO state r U:i:6 mond. . W NTED Fireman who has had experience; good pay, eight horn a day, 7 days per week. ApplJ to Calumet River Electricta tion, E. Chicago. CeTtTburners wantemw u term ' ' ,., wire or call on rt. ?SS rdUtTave.. Whiting. Ind. ,p . VCE AGENTS Can earn $5.- Chicago. Illinois. -- WANTED Chauffeur for taxi J"0' APPly 546 Hohman St.. Hammond. ,Trrrr,rB-r, nriver for Ford truck: mtrst Mnt airing and able to give rtr(";; experienced man Preferred. Hammond Laundry Co.. Hammond. s TE0-Atonc, night man also C rn,U adjusTer0;rOonrsbirt Mf. Co, ppjy tU"oTcondit St.. Hammond WANTED Fireman. 8-bour shift. Ap Vp!y 47 35 Olcott ave.. East Chleago. WANTED-Por. 367 lumet ave Phone 1951. Hammond. n-12 3t WANTED Strong boy in aa; . Ar?'y V60 Oak.ey ave.. Hammond D Hammonu. war as now. w. a. wom. , x1.12.1t. mond. . WANTED Shoe sales man; excellent opening, with future and good start ing salarv; apply today. Ed ward C. Minas Company. WANTED 3 men to handle ltve stock; steaxiyrlt: weekly salary. Arply Rwiu rl. Valumet Park Stock Yards West Lammond. " WANTED Messenger boy and clerk AmlrlcT Trust ft Savings bank 12 State St.. Hammond. 1 ly WMTaren, Son ; mond. ' WANTED Grocery order packers, also experienced grocery salesman. xvppi a . n TtoTPirrpn. Lioin Store, ll-13-tf Hammond. rtSEMAS. stationary, hlgnest waff.s. rr . - - WANTED F'-st class auto mechanic: good wages: steady employment. East Chicago Garage & Sales Co.. phone 4 3d. East Chicago. 1 1-1 Jt. Situations Wanted. SITUATION WANTED Ry boy with wheel who Is very familiar With vi ..ioTrv of East Chicago wants work either collecting or making light deliv eries before and after school and Sat urdays. Can furnished reference. Ad dress East Chicago and Indiana Harbor Times. 4318 Olcott ave., phone 283 East 1 'hica eo. 11-2-tf Wanted to Rent WANTED Young man wishes room and hoard: Catholic family preferred; can furnish references. Write M 569. Times. Hammond. 11 11 3 WANTED TO RENT Five or Bix room house, cottage or first floor flt north of Carroll street preferred; references. Call Hammond 41u.. ll-13-6t. Room and Board. BOARD AND ROOM Also day board; .eme cooking: horns comforts. 110 Fayette St., Hammond. ll-12-3t. For Sale Motorcycles. SECOND HAND MOTORCYCLES. All makes. Singles and Twins. The tarfrert Stoclt la take County, tfold on easv payments. EXCBLSIOE ATTTOCAS SALES ROOM. 229 State St. Phone 24!S. Hammond, 11-13-3 Wanted Female Help WANTED AT ONCE 50 girls, both ex' perlenced and inexperienced, to operate, power sowins machines; large govern-! mcnt order; ood pay and rapid advfiiioe-! ment. Apply at Goshen Shirt Mfg. Co.. ' 105 condil St., Hammond. lu-12-tf WANTED 25 girls In core room: steady work. big pay. Hammond Malleable Iron Co.. Hammond. 10-23-tf WANTED -Housekeeper by widower with children. Inquire nr write Mr?. Wm. Kansllsld, Hessville, Intl. Tel. 1372Y1. 11-7-6 WANTED Housekeeper for husband and four children. John Konieskl. D13 154'.h place. West Hammond. 11-8-6 1. WANTED Experienced grocery salesladies. Lion Store. Apply to P. D. Love- gren, Hammond. 11:11:tf - - WANTED Experienced markers and sorters; hIjh girls for other depart ments. Hammond Laundry Co.. Ham mond. 11 11 3 WANTED Saleslady and dishwasher. 418 ll!tt st.. Whiting. Simpier's bak ery. 11-12-St. WANTED Chambermaids. Hammond. Hotel Mee. 11-12-31 WANTEiJ Woman for housework tw,o days a week. Call 2605 Hammond. ll-12-2t. WANTED 'Me! labl housework. 1220 Chicago. arirl for genera! Beacon St.. East 1-12-2L WANTED Waitress at oive; good pay. Calumet Restaurant, 707 Chicago a v.. East Chicago. 11-11-3 WANTED Waitresses Palmer Res $V2 per wk. taurant, 3310 Mich, avenue, Indiana Harbor. n-13-3 WANTED Girl for general hnusework. Li Plummer ave., Hammond, lt-12-tf WANTED Girl to work In Ire Cream Parlor. 17S Sibley St.. Hammond. 11-12-3L WANTED Wash woman. 63$ Hohman St.. phone 1044M. Hammond. ll-12-2t. YOTTITO OISX for Mlnr room, experi ence net necessary; rood opportunity for advancement. W. B. Conkey Co., Hammond. ll-12-2t. WANTED A cook for Industrial Hijrh School cafeteria. Calumet & Highland Fts. Phone S3 between S:30 & 3 p. m . irmrrond. 11-13-1 WANTED Refined ambitions women, all or spare time. Write. J 83. Lake Co. Times, Hammond. 1 1-13-2 WANTED Reliable your.fr girl as cash ier, experience unnecessary. Apply 167 State St., Hammond. ll-13-a WANTED Dininj? room ffirl; short hours. Stern berg Restaurant, 3313 Midi. avenue, Ind. Harbor. 13-3t WANTED Clerks. both sexes, some necessary to assist on Saturday only. See Mr. Payne, Lion S-.ore. H-13-4t WANTED Lady shoe clerks; perma nent position and trood salary. See Mr. P8yrie, Lion Store. 11-13-4L WANTED Girls not under 16 years; steady etnployment nd good pay. See Mr. Payne, Lion Stcre. 11-13-4L WANTED Girl to work in Ice Crenm Parlor. Must have experience. 178 Sibley St.. Hammond. 11-13-lt. WANTED Girl: steady position for right pnrty. Apply Nassau & Thomp son. East Chicago. 11-13-tf. WANTED Scrub woman. $12 per week. Apply Elevator, Hammond Buii-ling. lt-13-tf. For Rent Furnished Rooms FOR RENT 2 large Bleeping rooms: hot water heat. ? Carroll St., phone 1S74W. Hammond. ll-9-6t. FOR RENT 2 heated furnished rooms for light housekeeping at 430 Indiana ave Hammond. 11-12-lt. FOR RENT Large front bedroom for gentlemen. 43 4 ilagound ave.. East Chicago. ll-12-3t. FOR RENT 2 room furnished apart ment, heat and light furnished. Phone SlfcM. Hammond. 11-12-2L FOR RENT 1 nicely furnished steam heated room for 1 or 2 persons with breakfast, if desired. 1-C, Atlas apart ment, 4437 Forsyth avenue. East Chica go. 11-12-31 FOR RENT Pleasant room in rrivate family for 2 gentlemen. 4725 Hiring ave.. E. Chicago. 11-13-3 FOR RENT 2 rooms for Hbt house keeping. Hent and light (included. $6.50 per week. East Side. Phone "231 Hammond. 11-13-2 FOR RENT 2 rooms. 1 double, 1 sinfirle, in rrfvate home, with home privil eges. Suitable for 3 men. Kef. ex changed. 333 Calumet ave. Phone 2"HS Hammond. 11-13-3 FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 865. Calumet ave.. Hammond. 11-13-3 FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1&8 Plummer ave., Hammond. 11-13-tf FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping, ner car line. So. Side. Phone 1470, Hammond. 11-13-1 FOR RENT New furnished room, fur nace heat and litht. Address 4!7 Summer St., Hammond. 1 1-13-It. FOR RENT 1 nicely furnished steam hented room for 1 or 2 persons with breakfast, if desired. 1C. Atlas apart ment. 4427 Forsyth avenue. Fast Chi cago, 11-1 3-3t FOR RENT Rooms for housekeeping and sleeping: ail modern conveni ences. 334 Indiana ave., Hammond. Call after 7 o'clock In the evening. 11-13-St. FOR RENT 1 furnished room for one gentleman; good location. Apply 4427 Magound ave.. East Chicago. Il-t3-2t TOR RENT 2 modern near So. Shore. 12 phone 2J7 4 Hammond. heated rooms Sheffield ave., 11-13-lt. FOR RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeeping; all conveniences. 37S Hohman St.. Hammond. ll-13-2t. Lost and Found LOST Black and tan female rabbit hound, 18 months old. Reward. Re turn to G. Dauch, 419 State Line st.. Hammond. ll-S-6t. LOST r.rciiage tan shoes: can be worn by owt,- r only on account of make. Reward, return to Humpfer Bros.' Gro cery, 578 Hohman St., phone 20I6 Ham-irf-.nd ll-12-3t. LOST Set Socket wrench in Japanned metal box. bet. 450 W. State and Ind. and Hohman. Phone 57 S and receive suitable reward. Hammond. 11-13-2 LOST Sunday a. m.; a brooch pendent. sunburst, set with pearls. Liberal re ward offered if returned. 4 Williams. Phone 813R, Hammond. 11-13-3 Real Esiate Bargains FOR SALE OK TRADE For real estate In Gary or vicinity, equity in 160-acre firm with Improvements, northeast of South Bend In Elkhart county. Ind. Ad dress Hux 1105, Gary. Ind. 10-1 1-tf FOR SALE J. WfSley Read's fine home at a bargain. Phone 1147-J Hammond. 10-ia-tr FOR SALE Transfer corner, vacant, 119th and Indianapolis blvJ.. Whit ing; P0xl43; easy payments. Gobdel. 5430 Vnlvcrsity ave., Chicago. lu-10-lmo FOR SALE Rig bargain In a strictly modern live-room bungalow. One-hnlf block from car hue. South .Side. Excep tionally easy terms. Hargis i Moore. 402 Hammond liklg. 1'hoi.es 321 2143. ll:4:tf FOR SALE My home. 15 Williams ft. Seven rooms, bath, furnace, screened Pprch, garage, trees, shrubbery, garden. Easy terms. Leaving town. F. H. I Adams. Phone 1131J. Hammond. 11-7-tr FOR SALE A stood seven room home with bath, good basement, with con veniences on 50-foot lot In Homewood. price S3.S00. Call at 95 Carrol! St.. Hammond.. 11-7-6 FOIt SALE 5-roorn modern bungalow for quick sale, .-vpply owner, 234 East Detroit st., Hammond. ll-8-5t. FOR SALE fi-room 1 H -story modem cottage; terms reasonable. Inquire after 6 p. m., 1232 Atchison ave.. U hit tntr, Ind. . tues-frl-lm FOR SALE OR RENT 4-rocm house and acre of ground. P'or particulars ca!l Return 2, American Hotel and Kes teurant. 120 Sibley St.. Hammond. ll-12-3t. FOR EXCHANGE A well improved 170 sere farm located in Pulaski Co.. Ind. Want rental property. Win. Poisol, Medaryvillo. Ind. 11-13-3 FOR SALE At bargain, new bungalow, Hyde park Add, Rlock from car; deco rated throughout, shades, rods, buffet, stovfcS, ice box, coal included. Leaving city. Write X 9J. Times, Hammond. 11-13-2 FOR SALE 4-rocm cottage: best loca tion on south side including four lots; high and dry: fine for rarden or chickens. Phone 2361 Hammond. 11-13-3L For Sale Automobiles. FOR SALE Oakland 34; 6-cylinder. 1917 model; in ertod condition: 4 new tires. See Mr. Kytn, 4uo Tyler St.. Gary. Phone 2330. 10-i-tf FOR SALE 3 passenger Pcrlpps Booth I coope. price 4002 Fir St., Ind. JJJ-, 1 I K 1 HI, FOR SALE 1917 Studnbaker. A-l Fhape, ! 275 cash, baiancf terms. Will take ' Ford car in trade. Call store. i62 Hon- man ft., liamtwmd. 11 11 3 ! sedan. 7-tass.. SK0O. lulfi Chalmers fi. 7-pass.. J37.i. 1916 Paige, 5-pass., $175. nw 1 ),jl2 Hyslop place, YWdnes 450 Fursvth ave., Eayi Chicago, phone ida" and Thursday between 3 a. m. ar;d 5 6J2M. ll-li'-i P- r-. Hammond. ll-12-2t. FOR SALE 1918 Overland Touring. u5eu o nionins oniy; win sen lor 576 Kenwood ave., Hammond. 11-12-tft WINTER TOPS for all makes of cars. En close your car in a complete top, with heavy plate glasa sides. Order now and avoid the rush. Hammond Auto Paint and Top Co., 478-80- 82-90, Hohman street. 12"u Miscellaneous. PAPERHANGING and painting; good work t reasonable prices. Carl Ver min. 410 Michigan aw. Phono 149 Hammond. 8-31-lrn Automobile Painting. Satisfaction guaranteed. Winter tops with glass or celluloid sides. Also lull tops for ail makes of cars. Hammond Auto Paint and Top Co. 47S-S0 Hohman rit.. Hammond. 10-16-tf NOTTCE. The Reliable Transfer Co. has opened a branch off:ce in Gary at 11th and Hroadway ss. miiy trips re made he- tvreert ' . di v . nnininunu t r' l t.nlcagtt. ' Quick service, prompt deliveries- and! you help the government to save fre(Kht 1 cars. ?5(l0 Just call Hammond 2562 or Gary 11-4-tf. ROOFING SALE 4600 rolls 3-ply slate surfaced roofing. Heauulul designs, lied, green or silver gray. Manutact jreri tty liird Son Guaranteed u years, to be sold at less than it ..est to manufacture it. on ac- count of slitrht damage done by R. R. Co. Every roll in perfect condition wilh exception of outside wrappers and la bels. Now on sale. EMIL MINAS 612-fil4 Oakley Ave.. Hammcnd. Phone Ofrice. 2205. Phone lies. 21S3 Phone for samples. FOR STOVE REPAIRS leave orders at 238 E. iHate sv.. phone 2051 or 14 45 Hammond. 11-12-ot. Automobile Radiator. Repaired and rebuilt. Sal is: action I Ruaranteed: Fenders, hoods. riw.iin. tanks. Ktanaarti Auto Radiator vvorks, 344 calumet ave.. pnone 14&0. 11-2-tf. WEATHER STRIP yot:r home, if it is hard to heat, or if you wish to save from 20 to 35 of the annu.il coal bill. Windows which rattle will be permanently fixed through wpathsr strips. Better ami cheaper than storm sash. J. E. Howell Co., Weatherstrips, Shades and Screens. H. s. Graves, representative for Ham mond, East Chicago, Whiting. Phone Hammond 120 1-W; Gary 1 3 is 4 . D. C. Wixon, representative. Gary, office phone 9S0; residence phone Gary 130. 11-5-&1. AUTO REPAIRING Springs repaired. Valve grinding a spe cialty. 2 doors south of postoffice on Oaklev ave., phone 507 Hammond. 11-13-lt. Wanted to Buy. Bonds bought for cash, high est price; see me before sel ling. EDW. FRANKEL. 803 W. 63rd St., 2nd floor, Room 20, near Halsted St., Chicago. Open Daily and Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Nights. 10-3tf-12t WANTED TO BTTT Secontf hand cloth ing. Phone 28S&, Hammond, 65 State 11-7-tf Where Wother-ln-Law It Boss. The Chinese mother-in-lnw In rM trnry and autocratic and Is nhsolutn ruler over the women of hsr household. For Rent. FOR IIENT E-room furnished cottage, furnace heat, electric lights, gas and cement basement: 3 minute walk from car line; young couple or with 1 child. 410 Cedar St.. phone JdJiK, Hammond. ll-i-3t FOR RENT 5-rooni lower Hat. 14"ith and Carey at.. East Chicago, mar CJen orn Ann rican Car workf. pnonc Indiana Harbor 141. 1 1 -1 2 -t f . J FOR RE.VT- tun near I H:m.mond. -Eight loom house, Clln Hohman. Phone irr4M. 11-13-1 FOR RENT Two flat, 115 Hohman; also 5-room cot taw. Apply at I S3 HolTinan tU. Phone 834R. Harntnond. 11-1.1-1 FOIt SALE OR RENT Cheap four room house. No. tUde:. Phone 9 1 3.F. Hammond. 1-1S-8 FOR KENT l.'pper flat. Ash St., Hammond. rooms. 40 t ! 11-13-4 , FOR RENT Store, also flat above. 2ri4 Conkey ave. Phone. 1 4 is 1 Hammond. 1 1-13-3 FOR RENT Nine room bouse fronting Hurrisorc Park on 100 by l.r,0 loot lot. comer Hohman and Waltham streets. New furnace, and house has been new!) ec., rated. A hrU'ht cheery romfurtaole homo for the riffl.t party. Phone Ham mond 51. 11-13-2 For Sal Iliscttlianeous FOR SALE Unredeemed ; Diamonds and Railroad watr.'-jfta. Leaser's Reliable Loan Bank, 65 State Street, Hammond. Open Saturday evenings. 4-l-tf We Buy Bonds of all kinds for cash. Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. Open Sat urday evenings. JULIUS FRIEDMAN & COMPANY. 480B For lb Ave. Eaut Chicago. Phone 33. Get the habit; pay less; buy for cash; at the Hammond Furniture Co0 242 E. State street. Look for the clock in center of sign J. Arkin, Mgr. 1-2S-lm FOR SALE 1000 cords 16-lnch oak block wood at Ivnhoe, between Ham mond and Gary, $3.00 per cord on the ground. Phone Hammond 1915 after fi "P. if. ll-6-6t. 'FOR SALE Upright Steger Piano. Ail rlfcht lor beginners. $50. Call 151 Hohman St., Cor. Huehn. Hammond ll-12-4t. l.l.l. i II. I . II Ml .1 f. STORAGE SALE 50 stoves must be ,,ld er,l removed hard coal heaters. vtlues up to tin, at $ in each. Soft coal s'"'if's- "P- 29S E- State ex., hasc- nient. ll-12-5t dresso'. rugs, office furniture almost CLOSING OUT SALE. Several iron Bedsteads, newly repainted, $1.73; sev eral Springs, good condition, $1.75; China Closet $8; one Bookcase, $8; one Princess Dresser, with long mirror, $10.75; one Dresser, $10; one Kitchen Cupboard, $31; one rCook Stovp, $ , 8 ; one Chit fo nier, $8; many other articles at bargain, prices. Hammond Furniture Exchange. 201 State St., Opposite ihe i IV 11.lt . ' lO 11 H FOR SALE Furnishings for batching or light housekeeping; excellent 3 burnrr oil stove cheap. Wi'.son. 215 Ash St., cor Gcftllr, Hammond. 11-12-1 FOR SALE Hammond, -Chickens. Call phone 10.V after ,r.;M) p. m. Il-12-2t. FOR SALE p.eaittlful mag. $350 Con way piano, almost new, at a great saT.hce. $225 eaj-h or 'rsy terms. Call Cable Piano Co.. Its S'ate St., over Lake c. Creamery, Hammond. 11-12-4L FOP. SALE Two 3Cx4c Goolrich tires--, $28.00: two 34x4 new Firestone tires. $15.00; two 24x42 Kisk tires, $ 1 8.00. 1500 Forsvth avenue. East Chicago, phone 61 2M. ll-12-2t One $115 Combination Gas 'land Coal Range, used for ,lA,11,1,-,c.fT.nti,m or C'7"i- r,n,i OOmollStT atlOU, ,lt 0), OUC! $(5 Phonograph plays any record, $35. 201 State' street opposite post off ice. 13-3t FOR SALE baby cubs, one large wil low, the other triole; reasonable. 1117 Olcott ave.. East Chicaco. nhone 112GR. . ll-12-3t FOR SALE New single dial computing scale. Cheap. 25 Highland. Phone S3i-M. Hammond. 11-13-3 for SLE Davenport, good condition. 574 Sibl.:y st. Phone 1663 Hammond 1 11-13-1 Special Cash Bargain for Thursday fix!) Congoleum I Rug Pattern, special at only $5.41). (One to a customer.) Hammond Furniture'Co., J. Arkin, Mgr., 212 K. State street. 11-13-1 FOR SALE Two 3Cx4j, Goodrich tires. $2S.l'0; two 34x4 new Firstone tires, $15.00; two 3ix43 Fi.'.k tirrs. IIS. 00. 4506 Forsvth avenue. East Chicago, hone ,72M ll-13-2t. Special Cash Bargain for Friday Davenport or San itary Couch Mattress, regu lar value $8.50, special at $5.49; one to a customer. The Hammond Furniture Com panv, J. Arkin, Mgr., 242 E. State street. 1 LEG All NOTICES. CITT OF HAMMOND. INDIANA Department of Public Work?. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Yon are hereby notified that the Board of Public Work of said City, will re ceive bids t)f to November 20th, 1918. at 10:00 o'clock A. M., for the con structed of a cofferdam, to be construct ed at the outlet of the Calumet Avenue District Sewer, as per specifications and Vlans, profiles and details, now on file in the office of the Department of Pub lic Works for the City of Hammond. Indiana; all bids shall b accompanied by a certified check for not lss than two and one-half pt.r ctnt (S'i'JJ) of the estimated cost of taid improvement. ( The Hourd reserves thft right to re- j Ject any and all bids. C. H. LUTHMAN. O. F. HIGHLAND. W. C. HAMAN, 1 1-9-16-23. CHICHESTER S PILLS i n;: ii!a.iN PtiAT.n. 4 hl-ckw-twr I(luu41lraii4 1111. 4- Rd . V i. J n. r . 1 1 . . wlf j . ottvF Kr or ,ar v Zf iHAllOSB KKAMIk tIL.LDb sa p Teavs k noirD fc Actf. Sotwt. AIwfjt;, Kellbtkfl JL SOLD EY DRUGQIS1S tVEWa'SESi f e , ' ' :': ... .- ..' - . . -:. . . : ... -. i LECTURES Daily trom 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.. "Th Riflht Way to Live." j Mme. E. Lee, 319 State Line St., cof ner Douglas, one block weit of Hon man. Phone 334S Hammond. 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Whiting and Kant G&lcAjre rV Boui.h Chicago oalr, r Oiiccgo 1 148 a. nvad 4:27 . M MUNITIONS PRODUCTION NOT VITAL (Continued from pagr one. projects, railway equipment orders and other demands for steel by industries that have been classed as unessential to war are awaiting only the lifting of steel embargos. TIEADJTJSTMJET PEMOD SKOST. Hence, the period of readjustment in the steel business will be short. Now take up the second great classi fication cf Calumet Region industries the manufacture of railway equipment. Orders are on hand for thousands of curs, both for domestic and foreign use. Thos railroads of the United States must be rehabilitate! after the strain of war time traffic. Much railway equipment has not been ordered because of the high price of steel. Turning to the railways of Europe It is said tint ono of the, reasons for Ihe collapse of Germany was the col lapse cf its r-tilways. ' ITac.tica.lly all of its equipment will have to ! replaced. Tho some is tru; of Russia to even as great an exUnt. In the reconstruction of Europe it will lv the United States that will be called upon for the rails and equipment n.-ce-ssary to restore its railways to pre war efficiency or to the greater Ameri can efficiency. The r Pins shown that there Is a world deficiency of certain basic r? (nirces such as coal, copper and oil. Hence it is to be expected that to make I up this deficiency and restore. the world's surpluses thet in the field of oil refin ing that there will be prosperity for y.-ara to come. This is one of the first things that will have to- be exported to Europe as soon as shipping has been released for the purpose of carrying such cargoes. Our gasoline-less Sun days illustrates how close the country camo to exhauutiiis? its small margin of gasoline In the manufacture of chemicals there i3 no reason to expect a let up as a re sult of tho termination of thu war. Chemicals have mado enormous profits for those engaged in thtir manufacture. Hence, they are in a strong position to go out in competition for world market.-). 1 It is certain that after the domestic demand has be en met that our newly built me. char t marine will not be allow ed to stand idle if there are European and South American markets awt.iting our surplus products. Locally, our railroads will probably relax from the tense strain of supplying war industries. It is nor expected, how- ever, that th s relaxation will result in the reduction of operating forces to any extent. While wages generally will come down they will never reach the low level that existed previous to the war. Compen- sating for wage reductions will come a tAl i . -J y v -j Aniioancem en t Mr. P. D. Sullivan having disposed of his interest in The Sullivan-Tokarz Company to Mr. T. Joseph Sullivan and Mr. John A. Tokare, Mr. P. D. Sullivan has withdrawn from said company. Mr. Sullivan leaves the company with best wishes for its success. I. D. SULLIVAN. I Til Pnfliiffafi n u 0 Mfj REAL ESTATE AND INSURAITCE WHITING, IND. T. J. Sullivan, Free, and Treas. And Its For Rent Room and board for one or two 424 New York avenue. ll-2t Mrs. Arthur Vernon entertained a number of ladles at a luncheon at her home in Oliver street yesterday -f-ternoon. Mrs. Eustace Biesen has been enter taining Miss Kilkenny rt Chicago. Tha Ladies Guild of the Sacred Heart church held their meeting at th home of Mrs. Mayer in Hammond today. Several members attended Uia meeting. Mrs. J. V. Kidney and her mother, Mrs. Cannon of Cleveland avenue wpent yesterday In Chicago. The fourteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Harayda of Stelber street. Is In St. Margarets hospital fufferlngr with appendicitis. Th regular mc-etlng of the Daugh ters of Rebekah will be held this evening1 at which all members of the degree ptaff are urged to be present. Mrs. George Wjlie and son, George are both 111 with Injluenza. A son was born on Monday to Mr. and Mrs. Stawitzke. of Steiglitz Park. Tony Any of 712 New York ave., while driving his motorcycle west on 119th street on Monday afternoon was struck by the fire truck at 19th st., end Sheridan avenii". With hlr.i in the aide car was Pet Brecko. Both m-n were injured and the car wts gradual reduction of the cost of living so that tho workingnvn will have as much of a surplua as ever. To recapitulate, we have not become so deeply engaged in the production of war materials that we may look for a long period of readjustment. Most ol our peace Industries are prosperous and Whiting will continue to prosper after the war. . J. Tinkham will regret to learn that-Post-war conditions, excepting for a ( they contemplate leaving- Crown Point' short period of readjustment, inime-j about Dec. 1, Dr. Tinkham having pur diately subsequent to the termination of j chased a grain elevator n-ar Rement : hostilities, are always sound and pros perous. It was ten years tftcr tho Civil war before the country experienced a period of depression. Hence, we can look forward to tha future with, opti mism and confidence. I INDUSTRY V7ILL GO ON THE SAME (Continued from roge one.) to be afforded for the re-establishment of industry. Secretary Baker said it was clear there was work enough In the Vnited States for all the labor in the country. Many government activities, like the shipbuilding industry, will continue un interruptedly for a long time; others will be gradually readjusted. KO StJIMJEIT TRANSITION. Regardless of what policy the govern ment adopts toward cancelling contracts later for war materials or witholding further orders, one of the principal ef forts will be to avoid any sudden transi tion which would close Industrial plants and throw workmen out of employment. This assurance has been given by comp etent authorities of the government to gether with the explanation that the government probably will find it neces sary to exercise a large measure of regulation over private industry before peace is formally declared tiiid during the reconstruction period thereafter. The maintenance, of all the larger ac tivities through the armistice will, it was pointed out today, safeguard the situation. It is gent rally understood, of course, that the war ended with the signing of the armistice. It would seem impossible for hostilities ever to be re newed. Rut until the w:(f is legally ended it would be unwise, it was point ed out todxy. for any nation involved to proceed on the assumption that hostili ties could not be renewed. Notwithstanding the decision to maintain through the armistice the boards and bureaus. eic established for purely war purposes, many important decisions will have to be mad" by the government authorities without delay as a result cf the signing- of the armis tice. Within a day or two. so it was said today, the war department will in all probability have an announcement to make in regard to the army. More than 2,000.000 Fnited Slates soldiers are now overseas. More than lOO.OOf) p-en in khaki are in ports of embarkation in tins country ready to sail. Another 100,000 men are packed, ready to sail. Another 100,000 men are packed, ready to leave their training camps, for ports of embsrka tica. Yet another million men are under training in the cantonments and camps in this country. SUBJECT TO CAIIi. The American army in France and Belgium will remain where It 's under arms and subject to call during the armistice. It would seem to be the part of wis dom, so one member of tho general staff ( sapi today, not to continue to rush men I across the water when in all probabili ties hosetilities will never be renewed. The general staff, it was learned, is not in favor of sending home the men who are under training in this country. Th.i ..... r r.r a maiorifv fif n members, so It was said today, believe that this Tr; karz Go. John A. Tokarz, Sec'y. badly damaged. Mike Carmody and family have mov ed Into his flat on 119th street vacat ed by the Plnkerton'a. Several members in the Fehlman hjirif In Euclid avenue are 111 with the, infiuenza. The Vnited War Work camia!n is Scinf? on with interest In Whiting and Whiting is giving liberally to tha boys who helped bring about the sign," ing of the armistice by Germany. Chairman John J. Keller has workers busy on every street and Wbltlng ex pects to go away over her quota of $41,000. "Genius unexerted Is no mere gen ius than a bushel of aeorns la a forest of oaks." said Henry Ward Beecher. And earning money without savins any of It Is Just about the same prop-' ositlon. Open an account today with, the Whiting Savings and Loan Asso ciation. Current dividend rata six per cent U-18V4 PRINCESS THEATRE TONIGlTS, " Tk- I-ee Children la "Dolnjg Their Bit." Kicking the Gem- Oat of Ger m"ny" a rip roaring comedy; Fatty. Arbuckle Comedy coming- tomorrow! Geraldine Farrar in "The Turn of th Wheel; Andy Semancik. 621 John St. won the $50 Liberty Bond. 11-lJ-l STAR THEATRE TOSIGHT. William S. Hart in "The Gun Flgt er; also Ford Weekly; and 2 reel dra ma. Watch for Clairmont pictures at this theatre. 11-13-lt- ATTENTION. Members West Hammond Law and Order League special meeting called for tonight at the Wentworth school at 8 p. m; business of importance to be taken up.'t Large attendance desired. JOS. MILLER, Sec.1 training should go right on during tha armistice. : CROWN POINT Xne many incrda of Dr. and M 7 " 11!.. at which rlace they intend making--their home. They have resided in Crown Point for about twenty years where the doctor has been engaged Ira the practice of dentistry. Mrs. Tinkham -is prominent in club and fcocial life in ' Crown Point and will bo very much, " missed. X. C. Grcisel, living on Clark street, is reported very low. Mr. Greiel is 85 years old and is one of Crown Point's former prominent business men. His heulth has been poor for the past year. Former County Agent S. J. Craig, now cf Whitley county. 111., was her on business the early part of the week. Messrs. J. H. rttcrson, Neil Brown, Mrs. Jennie Ward Wheel ir and Miss Gwen Parry will attend a luncheon giv en at the Hammond Country Club on Friday at 1 p. rn. given by James D. Oliver of South Rend in the Interest of the War Savings Stamp qaota for In diana. Indiana's quota for this fund was $63,000,000. forty-three of whlcb has been collected and Mr. Oliver is de sirous of collecting the balance and In diana will be the only state in the union that will have subscribed her quota. The members of the Tor. n -hip Councils of Defense. Lake County Council. M. E. Foley of the State Council and several others will be Mr. Oliver's guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baker, family .residents of Crown Point, will spend the winter in Florida. Mr. Baker has re cently completed a beautiful home at Lake Wauwasee. Ind. Miss Louise Crawford expects to leave shortly to spend the winter In Chicago and continue her vocal work.. Mrs. Joseph Kramer. Mrs. C. R. Clark. Charles Kramer and Miss May Kramer attended the wedding of Ralph Kramer to Miss Hazel Curtis which waa held in All Saint's church in Hammond on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sehaefer and two daugh ters Merle and Evelyn and Mrs. Fred Heide are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Bartholomae. Mrs. Nelson Barker, Inspector of the Red Cross, whose home is in Michigan City visited the local chapter on Tues day and found everything in first class condition. She also inspected the Lowell and Hobart branches on Tuesday. Miss Rose Schmal has resumed her work at the Allman-Gary Abstract Co. after a few weeks' vacation. New Marriage Licenses. Bruce Wm. Corwa and Miilicent Park hurst, Hammond; Jos.'Abram and liosie Pell, Gary; Chas. Ebdihich and Jose phine Kuczkowski. Gary; Jess Alvarez and Consuolo Itodriquez. Gary; John C. Robertson and Elizabeth Wynn, Gary; C.-ileb Eldridgo and Edna Holn. Ham mond; Chauncey Rutherford and Emily Taylor. Gary; Chas. Canady and Irene Nelson, Gary: Ralph N. Kramer, Crown Point, and Helen Curtis, Hammond. Save for Allied War Drive! Want that Ring Iruo wihRmft.. vQrtythmg Jbr Everybody. Pont ioT?r-JrIornoi - Tenants-Storoy- Bargain ? - Lor sort-. I Pets- InsrQStTZlQUtS - ill