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November 16, 1918. DE STEEG, HOLLAND VILLAGE, GETS UNDESIRED PUBLICITY WHEN CABLES FLASH WORD KAISER IS HEADED THAT WAY 5 Our Stora Open Tonight Until 9:30 P. M. Today Is Last Day of Bulletin Weak. 'i Thanksgiving Sale of Furniture v.-... . Pape Eight. EdwaPG s- E:fefet f iiJMId lip EN '.. Mi. IMiTM 1 . '.'" J. . F , a1 After existing quietly and un obtrusively for decades the resi dents of De Steegr, little Holland village, awoke one morning to (ind the eyes of the world on their Whiting And Its People 9 STAR THEATRE TONIGHT. Carlyle Elackwell In "The Beloved Blackmailer," also other pictures. Snnilnji Lewis Stone In "Inside the Lines"; "Tricks, or the Hun Spies Exposed;" also "Bull's Eye" 2 reels (matinee only). Watch for Paramount Pic tures at the Star. 11-16-1 i ComloK Monday I A first showing Clairmont. Billi Burke In "Pursuit of Polly; Tuesday Jack Pickford In "Sandy"; Wednesday and Thursday W. S. Hart in "Selfish Yates." Sunday, Monday and Wed nesday special orchestra. 11-16-1 The watchword of the "Whiting1 Savings and Loan Arsociatlon is "Save." which should appeal with equal force to the young person drawing a regular weekly wage, to those of middle age. who wish to pur chase a home, or clear that home from debt. ind to those of mature years to provide for those later days whn earnings will diminish or pejrhaps en tirely cease. . 11-16-lt John Chown, 11 years old. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chown, of . Indiana boulevard, was killed at 1 o'clock yes terday, when ran over by the Bender Furniture Co. truck of Chicago. The boy with other had got on the side step of the truck in front of the Conroy THE ILLINOIS COAL CO. WEST HAMMOND, ILLS. Wholesale and Retail Yards: 630 W. State 6L Phone 274. We have on hand for immediate delivery Franklin County Coal, Harrlsburg Coal, White Ash Egg:, Nut and Lump Alio Buckwheat Hard CoaL "Will deliver any size order. Call bs tap. Prompt ervlce. Best soft coal on the market. J. W. JA.RANOWSKI, PROP. 1 fk O j o mz National DIRECTOR. ANTON H. TAPPER CARL E. BAUER WM. D. WEI8 LEO WOLP JAMES W. ST1N80M . JOSEPH J. RUFF F. R. SCHAAP" Glimpse of De Steeg, Holland. town. The kaiser had flown from Germany after abdicating and was scheduled to impose himself on the town by seeking refuge at Mid dachten castle. Later word, how hctel where the driver had stopped to fix his steering road, he not knowing the boys were on there. At the school house he attempted to get oft and It seems In some manner must have caught his foot on a chain d fell under the truck, the wheel going over him length wise. The boy was killed Instantly and the accident was a horrible sight for the children who were ready for the after noon session of school. Gordon's, the Whiting home of Man hattan Shirts and Stephenson Under wear for men. 11-16-1 Services at the Congregational church, Sunday. Nov. 17: Rally day In the Sunday school, parents are urged to at tend; Rev. Charles E. Truebtood, D. D., will preach eleven a. m., subject, "The Open. Window"; Frank Nay, comptroller of the Rock Island line will speak be fore the Slinday Evening Club;, Honor able George II. White, November 24th; Preston Bradley. December 1. All protestant churches In Whltlr.s are receiving Invitation to join with the First Church of Christ in the dedi cation services of tho latter which are to be held on Sunday, Nov. 2 4th. Painty Undergarments make wel come, gifts. We have the "Dove" gowns, bloomers, camisoles and en velope chemises. See them at Gor don's. 11-16-lt Miles Jansen was arrested by Officer Benak on Thursday on the charge of reckless auto driving was released on a $25 cash bond to appear for trial later. Miss Marguerite Schaub entertained the Beta Gamma t'psilon Sorority at her home in Sheridan avenue last even ing. Noble Pullen, arrested for having no classification card, no lights on his automobile and only one license plate, furnished a classification card later and was released on a JI5 cash bond. Fatty Arbuckle'a latest. "Th Cook." "The Whispering thorn, by Cecil B. DeMille. Coming Princess. Monday Residence: 14 Wentworth Av Phone 1541. SS5 Bank Depository for U. S. Government State of Indiana, Lake County -City of Hammond and School City of Hammond Today We Represent Over $1,400,000 ' remarkable growth considering that this bank has not com bined or taken over any other institution. On this remarkable showing we solicit your banking business. We pay 3 interest on Savings Ac counts payable January 1st and July 1st of each year. ever, said he planned to proceed to the castle of Count Bentinck at Amerongen, between Arnhem and Utrecht. Nobody sore at De Steeg. I and Tuesday Community Sinirinx- The funeral of Mary Tobias, age 6 years, whose death was caused by pneumonia was held yesterday - when services were held at St. Mary's Greek Catholic church. Interment was at Holy Cross cemetery, Hammond. The Gift shopper can select with assurance from our assortment of In dividualized Handkerchiefs Gordon & Son. 11-16-lt Mrs. Myrtle Gehrke Gardner of Cleveland avenue has returned from Valparaiso where she spent a few days visiting her husband's parents. Found A fountain pen on Atchison avenue. Owner can have same by paying for ad. and proving property. Whiting News Co. It Mrs. Cora B. Dunning of Sheridan avenuo has been entertaining Mrs. Charles Campbell of Middleville. Mich. Mrs. W. E. Gillette, Mrs. Gayle and Mrs. S. W. Sowers spent Wednesday visiting La Verne t Gillette at Great Lakes. Whiting has hfcr quota In sewing to fill for the Red Cross and women are urged to not discontinue this work be cause the armistice has been signed by Germany. Refugee garments are need ed and will continue to be needed. PHIME5S THEATRE TOMCHT. "The Whispering; Chorus. by Ce cil B. Mille. This picture personally ! guaranteed by the management. Fatty Arburkle in "The Cook.. his latest comedy. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank the employes of the can house (.Standard Oil), Rev. Spielburger and friends for the beau tiful Cower offerlngs.klndness and sympathy shown during the death of our beloved daughter. Rose. Mr. and Mrs. Fehlman and Family. ( ROBERTSDALE j W'illiam Aldie was surprised at his home on Lake avenue by a number of his friends Wednesday evening in honor of his birthday. The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Weekly and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Timm of East Side. Miss Helen Malane's brother, Mr. Andrew Malane, died at his home on "CAN I BE CURED?', How often have you heard that sad cry from the victims of disease Perhaps the disorder has gone too far for help, brit oftcner it is just in its first stages and the pains and aches are onlv nature's first cries for help. Do not despair. Find "Hi me cause and give nature all the help you can and she will repay you with health. Look after the kidneys. The kid neys are the most overworked organs of the human body, and when they fail in their work of filtering and throwing off the poison that constantly accumulates in the system everything Roes wrong GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules will give almost immediate relief from kidney and bladder troubles and their kindred ailments. They will free vour body from pain in short order. But be sure to get GOLD MEDAL Look for the ame on every box. In three sizes, sealed packages. Money refunded if they uo not help you. Adv. OFTtCEKS. f. R. 8CHAAF, Present WM. D. WE IS, Vice President. A. H. TAPPER, Vice President, H. M. JOHNSON, Caahlar. L. a EDER, Astt. Cashier. We will be glad to ar range monthly pay ments for your convenience. A Gift A Week Sewing Cabinets A Sewing Cabinet of tho beautiful style illustrated would make a splendid Christmas gift. It is of Priscilla design, beautifully finished and made of solid mahogany. You will seldom find a fine a piece of furniture as this sewing cabinet, priced at - S10.25 Martha Washington de sign, at S10.95 Hoffman street In Hammond yesterday at tho age of thirty-nve years, after a long siege of illness. His former borne was in Gary. Mrs. Clara Tlmra of Lake avenue was a Chicago shopper yesterday. Mrs. Gough of Frankfort, Ind., Is vis iting at the home of her sister-in-law. ilrs. McCarthy, of Lake avenue. Mr. and Mrs. John MIncebury of Myrtle avenuo attended the Orpheum theater in Hammond the other evening. Mr. Kinsock of Lake avenue has gone to St. Louis on a business trip for the Standard Oil company: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Peterson of Ham mond visited at the home of the form er parent?. Mr. and Mrs. John Teter son of Myrtle avenue Thursday evening. Mrs. Carl Buehler and daughter. Min f r'hii-ro. were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eggers of Lake street Wednesday. Miss Lizzie Wilson of Indiana boule vard was a Chicago business visitor yesterday. Mrs. Leslie Pierce and Mrs. William Greison of Amy avenue visited friends on the West Side. Thursday. Mrs. Charles Fritz of Roberts avenue was a Chicago shopper Thursday. Mrs. McCarthy and sister-in-law, Mrs. Gough, were Chicago shoppers yester day. Mrs. Henry Eggers of Lake avenue spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. Harry Millers of Irving Park. Herbert Klemm of Indiana boulevard la ill with Spanish influenza. Mrs. Ella Buehler of Lake avenue was a South Chicago business visitor Thurs day. Mrs. Herman Breakmann of Atchison avenue was a South Chicago business: .- f c 1 1 if T Vi 1 1 r q rfl n V . ' Mrs. Herman Breakmann of Atchison avenue entertained her niece, Mrs. Harry Timm of East Side. Thursday. Sunday services in the Evangelical church will be as usual. In the even ing there will be a special peace service. GHILD LAXftTIVE Look at tongue! Remove poisons from stomach, liver and bowels. Accept '"Caluornla" Syrup cf Figs only look for the name California on the package, then you are sure your child is having the best and most harm less laxattve or physic for the little stomach, liver and bowels. Children love its delicious fruity taste. Full di rections for children's dose on each bot tle. Give It without fear. Adv. The day when your dining room 1b given special consideration is coming Boon. Will there be guests on that day? A new piece of furniture in your dining room may make the needed improvement, or perhaps you will want an entire new suite. We have a num ber of exquisitely made suites that may be purchased a piece at a time. Ten Piece Dining Room Suite The dining room suite illustrated above Is a splendid example of high grade furniture, it Is our policy to B?cure for our customers. It is of American walnut in Queen Anne per iod design. We have a number of pieces at different prices that may be chosen to make this suite. 54-inch Round Table $50.60 48x60 Oval Table 64.80 48-inch Round Ts-tle 32.40 60-inch Euffet with Mirror 64.80 Thanksgivin: The ideal rug that gives cause for Thanksgiving during many yars of wear is trade marked "Whlttall." During these years of wear Whittall Rugs keep their attractive appearance. They give extra years of service because they are strongly made of tough, durable wool woven closer and finer than is usual. 9x12 size . . $89.50 8.3x10.6 .size . $79.50 6x9 size . . . $49.50 HOBART Mrs. Chas. Thorn of East Gary vis ited here yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Traeger. The following were prize winners at the Lady Forester card party held Wed nesday evening: 1st. Mrs. Brand; 2nd, Mrs. L. Boldt, and 3rd. Mrs. Johnson. The Royal "tighbor lodge will give a dancing party Saturday evening at the Odd Fellow's hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fleck were Chicago visitors yesterday. Mrs. P. Ellis transacted business in Chicago yesterday. Mr. W. Weinand and son Kneel of So. Gary transacted business here yes terday. Mrs. Frank Boldt of Chicago is Jiere visiting with her mother, Mrs. C. Boldt, who Is quite serously ill. Mrs. Ed Fiester was a Chicago visitor yesterday. ST. JOHN - C. L. Frltts moved his family and household goods to DeMotte, Ind., on the farm. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Specht of Chicago are visiting here with the Brick family. Sister Virginia, who has been quite low at St. Margaret's hospital with pneumonia, is slowly improving. HIGHLAND Many sorrowing friends attended the funeral Thursday afternoon, of Mrs. Jacob Van Proyen of Schererville who was a victim of the influenza, Mrs. Van Proyen was the daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kikkert of this place and leaves, beside her husband and nine children, a father and mother, three sisters and one brother to mourn for her. Interment took place in the Hol land cemetery at Highland. Mrs. Elmer Robinson returned to her home in Chicago Thursday evening. The schools reopened this week but some of the parents fearing the influ enza, which is still prevalent, are still keeping their children at home. Little May Eastman Is reported get ting along nicely after having been seriously ill with the influenza. The families of R. Vander Wall and R. Van Til are reported sick with the influenza. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Indiana Harbor. Walter Majewskl and wife to Michael Havran and wife, L 3. B 17, 2nd Add Michael Havran and wife to W Majewskl and wife, L 3, B 17, 2nd Add Stanley Mika and wife to Law rence Wegrzyn L 11, 4 in. S side L 10, B 52, Indiana Harbor William Retty and wife, et al. to Nick Retty L 3, B 49, Indiana Harbor Gary. Grace B. Watson Hennessy and husband to Ernest Bar ger L 15, B 75, Gary Land Company's 1st Sub 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 54-inch Buffet without Mirror China Closet ... Arm Chair Side Chairs, each... Broadway Realty and Invest ment Company to Martin M. Relss L 36, B 1, Broadway R & Inv. Co.'s Add 1.00 John Kiaola and wife to Sadie Relss L 40, B 3, Condlt lie GInnlty's 7th Ad 1,650.00 Robert Winsor and wife to C. V. Gough Tr. L 3S. SVi L S", B 3, Jackson Park South Broadway Add 1, 600.00 Clyde V. Gough Tr. et al to Glen Park Lbr. Co L 38, S L 37, Jackson Park South Broadway Add ' 1.00 Tolleton. Louis H. Glueck and wi'e to Mid-City Realty Corr.pany, L 20, B 42, 2nd Oak Park Kdd 1.650.00 Gary Baking Company to Max Hirsch Ls 15 to IS, Rundell 4th Add 1.00 Xick Obren and wife to Ig nac Kozar L 19, B 4. Ccm- pany's Oak Park Add 1,650.00 Lonell. Samuel H. Petrle and wife to Emma J. Slocumb and hus band L 4, Halstead's 5th Ad. 500.00 llobnrt. Frank B. Watson and wife to Alfred R. Hardest, Ls 2. 6. B 9: L K. B 4. Gary-Hbt. PIMPLY? WELL, PONT BE! People Notice It. Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have token the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood,th bowels and the liver with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute for calomel; there's never any sicknes3 or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Oiive Tablets do that which calomel does, and just a3 effectively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. No one wlfo takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with "a d3rk brown taste," a b2d breathy a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know thera by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years amon pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result Take one or two nightly for a vreek. See how much better you feel and look 10c and 25c per box. All drargists. Strictly Fresh qU and Smoked 11 OF ALL KINDS RECEIVED DAILY. PRICES REASONABLE. North Side Fish Market 289 Hohman St., Hammond. S. KAPLAN, Prop. Rugs Let this Thanksgiving Day he worthy of our National Thankfulness. New Home Beautifiers Table Lamps - 46.50 ..$42.50 - 13.25 . 8.50 On Thanksgiving Day and for many Thanksgiving days to come you will en joy these beautiful lamps. Metal art base in new de signs. Dome of art glass in many soft rich colors that bring charming color effects when lighted. Priced at S8.10 Others up to $20. Sub 900. 0"1 Hammond. Josef Blamkowski and wife to Paul B. Liplnski Ls 43. 44. B 4. Morris Ad l v Paul B. Llpinskl and wife to Josef Slamkowskl and wife Ls 43. 44, B 4. Morris Add. 1.00 August Freese and wife to M. Hammond Auto Sheet Metal Works ' 690 Hohman Street. II your radiator is leaking, bring it to is and wo nil repair ;t for you and not over charge you. We guarantee our wprk. We also replace new cores. We make and repair Fenders, tloods, Tanks and Lamps. PHONE 3032- TeL East Cblcaro t DR. J. GOLDMAN DENTIST Tirmt Katloaal Baak Bide Cor. Chicago Forsyth, int. EAST CHICAGO, 1X3. Conaulunon In English, Oermu PolUh. BUvlih and Russian. Hammond Iron & Metal Company MARCUS BROS., Props. Wholesale Dealers in IRON, METALS, RUSBEK AND SECOND HAND MACHINERY Offices: 340 Indiana Ave. ' Yards Sohl Street' and Indiana Ava, HAMMOND : INDIANA. Office Phone 127. Res. Phono 1046-R. V? -WAT -WkT a " jLivery tt oman Tr ants ta?i,tm3sifsrjiK'mafi FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stops peine catarrh, ulceration and inflam mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkhatn Med. Co. for tea years. A healing' wonder for nasal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes. Economical. Has eitraordinwy desming and feimicidal powsr. saiBple r rem. ioc. ail dnissuu, or po.tp.id br !