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Thursdnv. Nov! 21. 1918.
THE TIME.S. Page Five. i Imam Ju SM3H IV'flOS COMIZ.-O EVINT3. Ql'fqSVlwJ(!9BmCRSgffsfl.wUw2 SHU The Friday Afternoon Embroidery Club entertained t-y Mr3. Geore Wall at her home In Bauer street tomorrow. A special rehearsal of the choir of St. Taul's Episcopal church will be held this evening at seven o'clock under, the direction of Jlits Wellie McDaniel. The choir will prepare the music for Sunday and Thanksgiving. Mrs. V. A. Scowden of May street will have the members of the Oak Leaf Em broidery Club as her guests Friday afternoon. The L. O. T. M. Social Club will be entertained by Mrs. Anna Stone of Wil cox street Friday afternoon at one thirty o'clock. The members will, bring their thimbles. Liberty Camp No. MS7 -Royal Neigh bor will meet this evening for a social time at the home of Mrs. IUchard Dono van. 159 Logan street. Corns. Bunions and Ingrown Nails removed. Flat feet treated. 412 Ham mond Bldg. Honors 7 to 9 p. m. J. T. Stamm, phone 2533. 11-12-lmo. A delightful afternoon was spent by the members of the TL A. E. Club yes terday as the guests of Mrs. E. A. Aubry at her home in Michigan avenue. Mrs. Dunn was entertained with the club members. They devoted the after noon to their needle- work and In con Superfluous Hair TVrMtreI the vrlgla ?I Butltarr ll?td, o-Te mm eatlr!? dif ferent prlctt ttmm r tkr rarthod. It nlw hair f Ira Tttal tT by attnekimf it nader tke skdn. Only .enain DeMlraele kaa mar7-krk sraarantee ia each paearan-e. At toilet araatera III We. 1 aad 93 alnea. or by nail from na la plata wrapper receipt ( prfee. FREE bo wits testimonials ( h 1 ar h a t aatheritlea ri. plains what eaoaes katr oa faee. eek and anu, wky It Inereaaea and ow DeHtraelr dr vitalises tt, anaOed ta plain sealed envelope on requeat. DeMlraclr. Park. Are. aad 12Wh St Hew York. TWO SPECIAL SALE BAYS Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22-23 at 148 East State WHOLESALE Buy your Coffees now and save 10c pound before the advance in prices. Eggs only, dozen 55 Premium Coffee fancy dish free, lb 29 Canned Goods Pet Brand Milk 13 Fancy Red Beans 12 Tomatoes, fancy 15 Corn, fancy 15 Peas, Early June 15 Eagle Milk .22 Large cans Pork and Beans .1234? Large cans Salmon 22 Fancy Sliced Peaches. .25 Oil or Mustard Sardines. 8 Iiumford Baking Powder 27 Pure Comb Honey :35 10c pkg. Spaghetti for. Large Jar Jam '. .15d Pure Plum Butter, lb. .20(7 Grandma Washing Powder 15 U. S. Mail Soap, 10. . . .55? Large Cans Saner Kraut 12 Large Bottle Olives 30? Large Bottle Horse Radish 8 Snider 's Catsup 26? Large pkr. Cocoanut 5? Lace County l3 M lis tion are requested to attend a special meeting, Sunday, Nov. 24th, at 2:30 P. ftl., at I. O. O. F. Hall, East Chicago. Indiana. Business of importance. Your presence is reauested without fail. By Order -of the Committee. clusion a prettily appointed luncheon was served. Mrs. I'ctor Austgen will entertain at the next regular meeting of the club and the annual Thanksgiving dinner for the club riembers and their husbands w ill be fervtd at the homo of J Mrs. Harry Yohn in .Detroit street Sat urday evening, November 30. Musicians' Benefit Ball posponed last month will be given Friday. Nov. 22nd. at Orpheum Hall. 11-19-4 I Iast evening Miss Mae Frange was) hostess to the So and So Club at a j t thimble party. Miss Barke and Miss J liuida Kei.ssig were entertained with ! the following club members, the Misses Charlotte and Alma Kasten. Eva and. Hazel Hamer, Grace Broviak and Frieda an dllelen Frange. In two weeks the , club wvJl meet with Miss Hazel Hamer. j Between sixty and seventy dollars! waji realized from the sale of home j bakery at the regular meeting of the i Ladies' Aid Society of the First Fres-1 byterian church yesterday in the church parlors. The sale was n charge of Mrs. H. F. Allison and Mrs. E. S. Tillman. The members of the Bernlce Class of the Baptist church entertained at the i home of Mrs. ... E. Merryweather in South Hodman street yesterday after noon for Miss Barks who will leave next Tuesday with the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd H. Adams to make her home in Brook lyn. The tcacner, Mrs. J. M. Leonard in behalf of the class presented her with a handsom leather traveling bag. Red Cross work was done during the after noon and in conclusion delicious re freshments were served. There were ..vVr fi.r twenty-four. Mrs. AV. H. utnaer of Detroit and Miss Coulter ot Rochester, Ind., were entertained with the class. The officers of the Woman's Guild of jt. Paul's Episcopal church served a noon-day luncheon to members and down town business women yesterday at the church in Klmbaeh avenue. Ms. John D. Smalley. Mrs. C. H. True. Mrs. M. D. Stewart and Mrs. Hugh Morris were the hostesses. On account of Thanksgiving the meeting of the. guild next week will be held on Friday after noon instead of Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Smith, 9 Warren street. Troops 1 and 2 of the Girl Scouts met at ue Central school last evening for their weekly session. Troop 2 was oc cupied with test work and the members of Troop 1 made arrangements for a Christmas entertainment to be given the latter part of -ecember. The pro ceeds of the entertainment will be used on their War Work Fund plege. Next Saturday the girls will- meet at the Central school at nine o'clock and go the - St., Hammond. AND RETAIL. 4 cans small Milk 25d! Large box Matches 5 j Jap Klenzer Fancy Head Rice 14f Fancy Dry Primes 15 j Mince Meat 12' Uncle Jerry Pancake ! Flour 121 10 bars American Family Soap Go& Xavy Beans, lb 12i- Dry Peas 12 Pink Beans .V2& Cranberry Beans .... 12J4 j Fancy Santos Coffee. . .20j Our Special 22j Best Peaberry 251 O. G. Blend 25! Try Our Teas Can't j be beat 50' Roasted Barley 10 Brick Cheese 42 American Cheese 39 Limburger 35? Iowa Creamery 51 Wisconsin Creamery . . .37 fi old Medal .! ..45 llome Churned Sweet Butter Always Fresh. First Prize Creamery. .49 Country Rolls 37? Fresh "Cookies, lb 22 Raisins seeded-1 15 Potatoes, best cooking. 37 Creamery io " Lodge, No. 86, W. . O. and new members of the new organiza on a "hike" to the day hole. A string orchestra, brass band and a jazz band at Musi-Mans liencH. Friday, Nov. 22nd, Orphcu n. Hammond. 11-19-4 The Hammond Musical College an nounces a faculty concert at the Cham ber of Commerce Sunday afternoon at three-thirty. Dr. Carver Willims. bas; 'larence Eiduin. plaaisi; Louis Zan.ior, viortnist, and iSonrte (lanes Robertson, reader, will give the program. One of the interesting social events this week will he the dancing party on Friday evening at the rphcum hall given by the Hammond Federation of Musicians. A band, jazz and strong- or chestra will play for the dance. The affair promises to be one of the lwrgest of the reason and will be attended by many-out-of-town guests. A meeting was held yesterday after noon of the Ladies' Society of the B. ot L. F. and E. when plans were made for a dinner for the rr embers to be served , on their next meeting day. -4-n ! There will be a meeting this evening of Unity Review No. 2 B. A. of the Maecabe-s at the X. and L. of S. hall in the Rimbach building. o I The Misses Ber ha and Elizabeth Kleihege and AVellie Mc-I'aniel attended a musical at the tonic of Mrs. tJeorge Summers In Indiana Harbor last even-; Ing. Miss Bertha Kleihege was on the rrogram for a piano number. A riot of dance music at Slusiclans' Benefit Hall. Friday, N'ov. 22. Orpheum ' Hall. 11-19-4 ! oy Scout Column We are pleased to announce three new Scoutmasters ' in Hammond. Mr. Harry Ortman of !9 Grover street. Hammond and Mr. Ieo Barrett of i Grand Rapids, Wis., have taken the I.afaytte school troop. . Mr. William Thaldorf of 237 Gost lin street has taken a troop at the Lincoln school. Last evening this troop met and started work under the direction of the executive. Asst. Scoutmaster Aleck Baton wasy was present and spoke, also Sergt. See. Court of Honor. The Court of Honor meets tonight at the office of Dr. G. L. Smith, cor ner of Sibley and Hohman streets. Any Scout having matters to bring up before the Court should be there at ":45 tonight. Tenderfftot Test. The Tenderfoot test will be given Saturday at 1 p. m.. instead of at 8:45 a, tn., as advertised. Drum nnd tingle Corps. Drum and FSugle Corps meets every Monday, at Central School. Every member should be there at 7:15. Any Scout wishing to join should see the Kxcutlve at once. TRAIN HITS HORSE AND WAGON This morning a Mkhlgan Central nasserger train No. 19, at the Hoh man street crossing hit the horse and This Offer Expires Dec. 24th 1 Great Offer to Reader of THE TIMES i mwm mmmmwrn a mam ma ! f or l is Two cars of Wisconsin Potatoes to Ik T A sold on commission. Per One car Xew York Apples Xo'them SmVs. Baldwins and Greenincrs. (? I ,W tf Por bi.i '.jfa a.iu $3 One car Idaho Burbank Per bu Chicago Oakley and State Sts.,1 Opposite Postoffice Hammond. All Jewish people of Lake County and the members of Bluma Floy; Stop Piles Send Today for Free Trie ot lyi ralii I'lle Treatment and l'ind Renl IIa i lneaa. If you suffer so bad you can't wait for the free trUl nil a 60 cent box of Pyramid I'iie Treatment at the iB 'siv," . : r lifer iiFlfO nearest drup storoi Take no sub stitute. The quick relief has been a wonderful blessiner to a host of people who got rid of itching, bleed ing and protruding piles, hemor rhoids and euch rectal troubles. Don't delay. FREE SAMPLE COUPON PYRAMID riRTVJ COMPANY. S 1'jramid BHg.. Mrliall. Ulch. KlmtlT or:l me a Fre ampl of Pyramid FU Treatanent, In plnlu wrapper. Name t. Street CUT State vagon driven by lJan lrockelet of lu"3 Torrence avenue. So. Chicago. The wagon wis badly smashed but neither iJrockelet nor his horse were Injured. GIRLS SCOUTS IN VICTORY LOAN In the Victory Loan 20.000 Girl Scouts in the "United States have been called upon to give $5 each and to earn the money by their own efforts. There are two splendid troopa of Giri Scouts in Hammond, of more than T5 girls and a troop iin West Ham mond. They asR the support of the community in their undertaking. The girls want work for Saturdays and anyone huving suits hie employment Is asked to call Mrs. C. R. Tweedle. cap tain of Troop 1, telephone 23S-, or Mrs. Wilson Hinkle, captain of Troop 2. 1007-J. TWO YEAR' OLD CHLD DIES The remains of Teddy Kcuks, the two year old son of John Kcuks, of 1172 Columbia avenue, Hammond, who died in Mishawaka, of the Spanish influenca, arrived in Hammond this morning. The funeral will be held from the Burns chapel this afternoon, inter ment in the Oak Hill cemetery. AT THE DE LUXE. Vivian Martin, who play. the star part In "Unclaimed Goods" has long held a leading place in film circles, owing to her vivacity, naturalness and childlike charm. As a Faramount star she has won hosts of admirers who assert that the is one of the most de lightful o'f all screen actresses, pos sessing a naivette that is Inimitable and a charm of manner that is irre sistible. In her new picture sh will por tray n western role. that of the Everv wm ft arm aaawt ma ifsn nwi on i Clip out this coupon and bring It wltb uy clear email picture, photo, post card or B3utishot,(to E. C. Minas Co. Hammond Ind. owfl It will entitle yon to fin. llf. "TillIO FOSTXAIT rEEE, size 14x17 ln:i.e-5. A benut'-ful oval plaque, jfou do not hive to bny a frame for It or pay one penny. Voni small pic tnre will be returned nnharmed. See fcrUst'a work at store. HO &LAXI. OKDEJtS. I bu J& Jb. Potatoes, 1.40 roouce I'i uuil .05 .uin.-r of a Sheriff and her rt-mark- Me cxii-rltr.cc is that of being Sfnt y express' from one town to another, 'claimed at her destination, the Is )out to bo sold at auction, when sho rescued by a "bad man" she once filnd-d, who sacrifices his life In r defense. 'Unclaimed Goods" will di.-pliiyed at the DeLuxe theatre xt Saturday. Nov. 23. DEATH OF J. T. MURPHEY J. T. Murphy, 35 years old, of 351 Hohman street, Hammond, died at St. Margaret's hospital yesterday of the Spanish Influenza. The remains are at Burns Undertak ing rooms awaiting the arrival of his brother, when they will be shipped to Lansing, Michigan, to be burled in the family lot. " HMD' - TS OWE QUITE BADLY Ilecause of tne necessity for Improvis ing their football schedules after the original playing charts had been wiped out by war Conditions and Influenza quarantine regulations, various football elevens of high school and preparatory school rank have been left with gaps In their booking. The condition obtains not only among Chicago schools, but all the district which clusters around this city. Loyola academy has been left with out a game for Saturday. This Is a hard fighting heavyweight prep school eleven, which Is anxious to tackle any opposition. Chicago, suburban or cen tral western. Telephone Manager Ceorga Heinze. either Rogers Park 630 during school hours, or Lincoln 490 at. night, for grimes. Two out of town Institutions, lighter in weight than Loyola, have made an Try Pineapple ?2neappU is a flavor which most be sealed to kee p. Wa teal it in a rial. We ote half a rip pineapple to make the flavor for one Jiffy-Jell des sert. So you get a wealth of -this delightful taste. Jlffv-Jell comes ready sweet ened The bottle of flavor comes in the package. And it costs a trifle One package makes instant dessert for six. There are 10 flavors, but try1 Pineapple and Loganberry today Order them now 2 Peckaw for 25 Cnlm At Yomr Croccr'e Jiffy-Jell Waukesha. Wisconsin Q59 TELEPHONE 2576 Mollie Elverna Moore, D. C. Chiropractor. . 94 State St. Hammond, Inc" D.'f!LESS TMEpfruTIST '' '7jfT;lH tZTT-- .KJt?y, )"J". i i DO EDISON Do you know that the Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph is the only one in the world that actually reproduces the human voice ? It is a fact. There are hundreds of talking machines and most of them sound like a man hollowing in an empty rain barrel. The New Edison is so near human that even experts are fooled they momentarily forget that it is a machine. The Edison Has a S:u! of lis Own And one tone-test will convince you that it has no equal. A lifetime of wear and satis faction goes with the New Edison. Yes, it's a fact. The motors are built to last a lifetime. The new Re-Creation Edison will play Victor records with that clear, crisp tone which every music lover appreciates. The new Re-Creation Edison brings to life the music of great orchestras, bands and great artists. An Edison hi your home supplies the trim best music and adds distinction and charm not found in any other phonograph. New Re-Creation Edisons $120, $175, $220, $285 Easy Pay ments Arranged to Suit. Many other makes such as the famous Victrola, Bush & Lane, Cheney, Wilborn, etc. 631 Hohman Street. i isssm m i-r m ruMMTiim rTirT rTTrnn appeal for Thanksgiving day contests. They ar Hammond, Ind.. Industrial High ond Mendota. 111., High. Address Manager IL O. Rupp at Hammond High school and Athletic Director 11. K. Holslngton at Mendota. Hammond av erages around 140 pounds, and prefers around 140 pounds, an dprefers a Chi cago league eleven. Mendota scales around 146 pounds. Better to have War oavings Stamps in your safe than the blood stained hands of the kaiser's You'd like to take a punch at The kaiser you say? Then buy a Thrift Stamp. IN O T I C E ! Sheet Metal Workers, Railroad Local 3$S, Dance post poned Oct. 30th, 1918, on account of the influenza will be given Thanksgiving eve, Xov. 27, at Orpheur Hall. Tickets sold for former date will be accepted E. W. TUCKER, Secv. Gibson Round Hon' E. F. BTJXDE Z. D. GREEX. i Pfione von 794 WTTE&TO) A HDTTh FOR Quality, ServicerLow Prices Beverly Club Coffee Goes Hot From the Pot to Your Welcome Spot. Best Native Boiled Rib Roast, no waste, no bone 28 Veal The Best Roast Veal 2S Veal Breast Veal 22 Veal Loin or Kidney Roast Veal 30 Veal Stew, Fancy 20 Corn Beef, Mild Cure, rib or navel 16f Fresh Spare Ribs, veryimcaty New Sauer Kraut, Home Made, quart 15c? Fresh Pigs Feet j. .&V? Calf or Beef Brains, lb. 15c Fresh Made Hamburger 20 Florida Oranges, G for 25c Large Head Lettuce, each C- ." 10c? Fanqy Cranberries, lb 15e Holland Rusk, 2 pkgs. for 25d Fancy Head Rice 2 lbs. for 25? Fancy White Turnips, lb - .3c? Small Can SolioTPaeked Tomatoes, can 15c; dozen $1.65 Fancy Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 5 lbs . . .25c? Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 for , 25c? Oranges, Grape Fruit, Fresh Tomatoes Leave your order for your Thanksgiving Poultry. G. J e One Delivery Daily. Phone Early. Hammond, Ind. 's'l" - ''gy - y;..','?','. .v YOU ENOW Phone 661. PHONOGRAPH? i k . j o h r i n e fee ' OBINK HABIT Orrine has been uniformly successful In restoring victims of the "Drink j Habit" Into sober and useful citizens, j If. after a trial, you get no benefit, your ! money will be refunded. It is a simple I home treatment. No sanitarium cx- pei.se. r. loss of time. Orrine No. 1, secret treatment: No. 2. voluntary treatment. Copts only 1.25 a box. Ask for booklet. IAan St or Pharmacy, Hammond, (Kaufman & Wolf.) Buy a Thrift Stamp and lick the Hun. Phone 794 741 Claude St. THE Hammond. "V -"in- -r. lii.m.-Jiii. .. " yl f) ! 1 I