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Tuesday. December H. 1918.
TIIE TIMES Pane Five. PFRSflMAI S I SOCIAL NEWS COMT2TO EYSKT3. The Instructors in the surRical dressing department of th lied Cross invite the workers to a social tea this evening from, seven to nine o'clock in the work rofm on the fifth floor of the Hammond I'liildlriff. Mrs. E. McKinnon and Mi Adel IHinbar will lie hostesses to the Stand ard Hearers this evening at Miss lun har's home, 27 liimbsch ave;iuf. The Jew- Iadies Aid Society will he entert.ilned by Mrs. Grossman at her home in Kast Sibley street Wednesday ; alternoon. "A called meeting of the Central TV. C. T. I, will be held "Wednesday eveninar at the home of Mrs. James Graves. Ksst State street, to arrange for n booth j at the bazaar to be given by Krnnces Willsrd I'nion one week from today. A meeting of the women of the parish is announced for two-thirty o'clock Wednesday afternoon at St. Paul's I'piscoral church and a larsre attendance is looked for. Miss a. K. Griswold of Chicago will be the speaker. On Friday evening of this week a Fel lowship Social will be civen at the 1 irst M. E. church for the new mem bers. The fourth division of the M. T.. I-adis' Aid Society will be entertained by Mrs. A. S. Hunt, 623 Ann street, Wednesday afar noon. The Ladies' Aid Society of the First FY. sb terian church will meet for an j all day session Wednesday in the .ar- ' lors of the church. Luncheon will be served the members at noon. On ac count of the salo '-the following week it is desired that there is a large attend ance of the members. An all day meeting of the Maywood Auxiliary of the Red Cross will lie held Wednesday at the Industrial high school. Max Shulman Gate will hold Its regu lar meeting Wednesday evening at the lieih-Al Sabbath school rooms. Ar rangements will be made for the dance to be give nat the Masonic Temple, January Sth. A social followed the short business meeting of the Epworth League of the First M. E. church last evening in the parlors of the church in Lussell street. Mrs. George Chapman sang a group of songs, accompanied by Miss Adele Dun bnr and after her program several games were enjoyed. "Mothers Night" was observed by the Rooster Club auxiliary last evening at the club rooms in th; Citizens' Na tional Lank building. A number of the mothers of the members and the moth ers. of the boys of the Rooster Club were entertained. They spent a delightful social time and during the evening a dainty collation was served. An enthusiastic meeting of the Lake County Humane Society was held last evening at the Central school. The treasurer's report and the reports of several of the inspectors were heard and tb membe outlined the work to be enr iod on during the winter. The meeting was quite largely attended. An enjoyable event of last Saturday evening was the dancing party at which the Pythian Pleasure Club entertained A. Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat ment 1 One of the tirandest Lvrnti You tever Experienced. You are suffering something1 pwfiil with itching, bleeding, protruding piles or hemorrhoids. Now, go over You Pomel,r C&nnot Afford to I gnor Thcso Remaxkabls Pyramids. to nny drug store and get a 60-cent box of Pyramid I'ile Treatment. Re lief comes so quick you will jump for ioy. Jf you are in doubt, send for a free trial paekaga by mail. You will then be convinced. Don't delay. Take no substitute. i RLE SAMPLE COL PON rvRAMTD rnir, compa. If- Pvramid Huilding., Marshall. Mich. Kindly send me a Free sample of Pyramid Pile Treatment, In plain wrapper. Name Street C!t'.- . .State. its members and friends at the K. of P. Temple, corner of H.thman and Off den streets. There were about fifty couples in attendance. A delightful feature of the party was the music by Russell K. Thayer of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station. On account of illness in the club the annual Thanksgi n:g party of the R. A. E. Club which was arranged for Satur day evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ychn in Detroit street was postponed. The election of officers will take place at the meeting tonight of Gcrmartia Ke bekah lodge at the; Moltke I. O. O. F. hall in State street. Tomorrow afternoon. Wednesday, there will be a meeting of the G. I. A. to the R of L. E. at which time the election of officers w ill occur. The annual election of officers will feature the meeting of the Ladies So ciety of the li. of L. F. and E. Wednes day afternoon at the I. O. F. F. hall. He Quit Cigarettes 30 GAINED OVER POUNDS "I mokod rizaretfe ever itic a bey. From ix to eic.t sacks of tobacco I used wckly, '' uta'ea Mr. S. H. FVryuon. Cigarette were doing me gra&t barm. I heraue o neryona that I couldn't alee-p tin'il I fmoked. Earh morning I bad an awful tpe in my month. "Several times I tried to quit by will-p-.-wer. but it j is w t aeemed that I would go wiTd if T couldn't have riparette. "I had almost gin up hope of ever quit ting until one day I ent for a free book by Mr. Woods that told me -what to do. ftr UariiLnr the way. I quit easily In 3 day3 and haven't touched cigarette in years. I have gained over 30 pounds and connot praise th method too highly. I say to fTery cigarette smoker if joa can't qnit tvifhont heip get this book, so ay iir. Ferruson. of Crumps Park. The foregoing remark ar like those of many other men who have been freed from the habit of smnkinr cijrarettea. pipe or f:?ars or who hay been chewing tobacco or lining snuff excessively. Get this book. It is free: postpaid to fou ut this, cut and show others. Write at once to Edward J. Woods. TA-733 Staion T, Kew York, W. T. Opal Hive No. S3 6 L. O. T. M. M. will hold its election of officers this evening at its meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall. The regular business meetinfr of the Lady Vikir.Rs occurred last evening at the K. and L. of S. hall in the Rimbach building-. The election of officers which was announced for last evening will be continued at the meeting- in two weeks and the res'ilt will be given after that meeting-. , - Mrs. T. W. Oberlin is visiting In Rock ford, 111., where her daughter. Miss Katherine Oberlin. is attending school. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson and Miss Frances Rolape oT Fort Wayne, Ind.. have returned to their homes after spondntr the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Moran of 43 Osdn street. Mrs. A. Srhlesinger, of Highland street who underwent an operation re- TO LITE TOO CLASSIFY FOTl RENT 3 furnished rooms for light housekeerir.s with bath, gas and elec. light. 825 Alice St. Phone 1327-.T. Hammond. 12-H-l MILLWRIGHTS PAINTER COLD RIVETERS COLD BUCKER-UPS TESTER CALKERS Piece work, steady employment. GRAYER TAXTC . WORKS, Mitly at Wesley hospital, Chicago, Is recover ins nicely. Mrs. K. S. Hohl. OS Manila avenue, has returned after a three weeks' visit with the U. H. Osborn family of Tulsa, Ok la. Yuncta and Francis Todd of Summer street spent Thanksgiving and the week-end at Homer, Mich., the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Findley. Mrs. Findley returned with them to visit her pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Stewart of 661 Truman avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Morris of State Line street have returned from Mil waukee where they visited over Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Morris. Mrs. R. C. Slater of Truman avenue will leave this evening for a brief visit with relatives in St. Joseph, 3o. Herbert Hugo returned to Elmhurst College at Elmurst, 111., last evening after a week-end visit with his mother. Mis. E. Hugo of South Hohman street. The art committee of the Hammond Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. T. F. Leary in Logan street yesterday afternoon for lis regular study meet ing. Mrs. William Huehn reviewed the lesson and told of Abbey, Hlashtield and Yolk, three American artists, and show ed several of their pictures. At the e-leise of the program the members sewed on the community service iiag. Arrangements were made fer the com mittee's Christmas party to be held f'ti the evening of -December 16th at the home of Mrs. Leary. Mrs. Wilson will be the assisting ..e'Stess. A "grab bag" will be a feature of the party. Mrs. AY. E. Reilley, 40 AA'arren street, was hostess at the meeting of the Equr.l Franchise league last evening. The election ef officers took place dur ing tin- business session and resulted in the election of Mrs. M. J. Duggan for president: Mrs. Grace Con'roy, vice pres ident: Mrs. M. A. Wilson, secretary, and Mrs. V. E. Reilley, treasurer. The hostess served a dainty collation and a pleasant social hour was passed. Mrs. M. J. Duggan of May street will open he rhoint! for the next meeting in two weeks. It will be a matter of Interest to Hammond people to know that Mrs. Lydia AVolter Van Gilder Is appearing in Grand Opera in Chicago. She is a member of the chorus, but has been as signed to several minor redes and shows promise of a brilliant future. At the conclusion of the present Chicago sea son of Grand Opera Mr. Van Gilder will go to New York with the company. Mrs. YanGilder l.as a large circle of friends who will watch her career with keen interest. She Is continuing her studies with AVilliam Clifford who formerly had a studio in the Ruff build ing In Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merry weather of AVelland, Ont., Canada, who have been the guests of relatives in Ham mond and Chicago for a week will leave for New Orleans tonight to spend the winter. Mr. Merryweather's mother, Mrs. A. E. Merryweather, and sister, Mrs. George Roberts, of South Hohman street, will leave next week to spend the winter with them In the south. I.aArergne Stevens, 49-B Muenich court, underwent an operation for ap pendicitis Sunday at St. Margaret's hospital. The tiperation was a very serious one but it was reported today that she was getting alone nicely. To Fat? A guaranteed weight reduction me'h od; safe, pleasant. Brings slenderness better health and happiness. Get a Fiuail bo of oil of korein at the drug gist's. Fedlow directions. You are al lowed to eat wet, etc.; no starvation er strenuous exercising. Your life (.. romea worth living with clearer inind Improved figure, buoyant step, cheerful ness and optimism. Get thin and slay -o. Adv. Aside from the awards by the Treas ury Department, there is credit in the Inter-troop contest for Billing stamps. CLUB MEETS SATURDAY. The AVolf Cub Pack will meet on Saturday morning at ten-thirty instead of Friday as heretofore. All Cubs should report to the Lair promptly as this is to be a very im portant meeting. Akela will airanc the Sixes and we may have the col or Tabs. FVTIIKKX IWITRI), S'-outs are reejuested to Invite their fathers to attend the opening of the course in Scouting at th Court House next Monday evening. Meeting starts at 8:43 p. m. All men interested are welcome. rniM An m gle. Sixty-six members of the Drum and Tingle Corps reported for the weekly practice on Monday evening. The progress already made Is most pleas ing. The Corps can now play several numbers In a satisfactory way. The new Pass drum has arrived and it Is a dandy. On one side It beat's the in scription Hoy Scouts of America. Hammond. Ind. We are anxious for a number of toys to take up study of the cornet so that they may assist the 'rps in the national anthem anel other num bers beveind the eorie of the bugles. Corns, Punions nnfl ingrown Nails removed. Flat feet reatd. 412 Ham mond P.ldg. Honors 7 to 9 P. tn. J. T. Stamm, phone 2533. ll-12-lmo. 'Boy Scout Column i Every Scout who has sold AVar Stamps will now recive full credit for his service, according- to a new plan just announced by Chief Scout Executive James E. AVest. From now until 1 January 1, 191?. all salos made by Scouts will be put on Red Pejst Cards as heretofore but before the cards are mailed they must be s-hown to the Scoutmaster who will make a record of the Scout's name tind the amount of the Fales. This if cord of the Scoutmaster will be for warded to New York for credit. Those who have s'dd stamps since February I"., 1918. and have net yt received credit may do so if they can show the Scoutmaster reasonable evidence that they have actually told a certain amount. Get busy. Scouts and show your to tal sales for. credit and also dig hard for the rest of this year as we are far below our quota in Lake county. East Chicago. ! 1 M r THIS IS THE SPACE Did you see the crowd yesterday ? Sorry we did not have enough to go around, but we will en deavor to have plenty for tomorrow. Wednesday we will sell Round Steak, lb. 20 C Fresh Neck Bones 7c Keep Your Eye on This Space BhicMot Bros. it BACK LIKE A BOARD? IT'S YOUR KIDNEYS There's no use suffering from the aw ful agony of iarne back. Pont wait tiii it "passes off." It only comes buck.' Find the cause and stop it. Diseased conditions of the bladder or kidneys i. re usually indicated by stiff, lame back, wiene-hing pains. Inmbacro, sciatica, nervousness, sleeplessness, tireel. worn rut feeling pain in the lower abelomen. The?e are nature's signals for hdp! Here's the remedy. When ymi feel the first twinges of pain or experience any or" these symptoms, get busy at once. (In to yoir druggist and get a box of the pure, original ;L1 i.IKDAt, Haarlem f i t Capsules, imported fresli every month from the laboratories tn Haarlem, Holland. Pleasint anu fnsy to take, they almost Instantly attack the poisonous (terms that are clogpTnp up your system and brlnir quick relief. For over two hundred years dhy have been helping- the sick. AA'hy not try them? Sold everywhere by reliable druggists in s-aled packaa-es. Thre sices. Monev back If thev lo not help you. Ask for "GOLD MF.PAL" and be sure the nan e "GOLD MKHAL" is on the box. Adv. CARD OF THANKS LSJSZ. PLENTY OF SOFT COAL 'Delivered to Any Part of the City. Ask U for Prices. West Hammond Coa! Company J. J. BREHM, Prop. PHONES: Ren., 1S74; Office, CABS OF THANKS. AVe wish to thank our ' friends anfl neighbors for their kinrl aid and sym pathy during the illness and death of our beloved busabnd and father. AA'il fred Hunt, and especially feel grateful to Rev. Kraus and Ladies' Aid of Pine St. Church. L. O. T. M.. Central Chemi cal Co., Lead Burners of Grasselll. ju pils of Irvinfr school. Boy Scouts Troop 6 and Masonic bodies. AVe greatly ap preciate the beautiful floral offerings. SIRS. HOLLIS M. Hl'XT, CHILDREN AND RLLATIA'ES. 12-3-1 CABD OP THANKS. AA'e wish to thaak the Saloonkeepers Association, Loyal Order of Moose am friends for beautiful floral offerings and kindness showln eluring the Illness nil death of my husband. Mrs. Margaret Schubert and son Jerome. TI1K ('0.TKT. Th" great In ter-trop contest opens next Monday. livery troop should mus ter its entire strength from the start so that it may have the maximum number of neiints. T. 1 I II t J a . a ...... TT - . I. . I ...vct &ivni i'.ir imr savings Stamp sales until January 1. Recruits who pass Tenderfoot within 30 diya count 50 points each. Scoutmasters will make complete announcements at next meeting-. miADixu noon for scoi ts. AA'e have secured the use of another room at Liberty Hall and have in stalled copies of Hoys' Life, Scout ing, and Hoy Handbook for the use of the Scouts who may care to drop in. There Is also a Red Cross First Aid Manual and other books will b adele d f 1 0111 time to time. MURIT HAO.K (tin. All First Class Scouts who are in terested In earning merit hnderes ; should see the Knecntive. A Merit j Hadjire Club is bein formed. Kaeh : merit badge subpeet will be taken up in conference and reviewed so that the boys will know how to prpre for it. This is a splendid opportunity to reach th" pradc of Ragle Scout. I.IRRtllV HS miT ROOKS. PracTically all tiie books which are mentioned in our catalog as suitable for Scouts may be found in the pub lic library. 1MKOHMJ FOR SALE. AVe have a complete Scout outfit which cost the owner $ 12.fi 5. This is practi'-ally a new outfit and is offered to any See-ond or Frst Class Scout for a reasonable price. This Is an op portunity to pet a fine uniform and knapsack cheap. Will fit a bc;v abeoit fifteen years of a?e. Call at the- of fice. SPKCHIi F.X A MIX TIOS. Hereafter the Kxecutive will not K . '."i nderfoot or F-ord clis cxam ln&tiotis. 1'ojs sl-.oii'J look to the.ii Scoutfuast.M i'o; this vork exce pt Thrift which is passed under the di rection of the Executive. However, it has been decided that we shall at once arrange for Scout masters to hold a special examination so that every boy will have oppor tunity to take tests. This will efriubl less be arranged for a Saturday af ternoon and evening. MP Templars Attention. Hammond Comrn:i udery Xo. 41. I". T., will hold a special Conclave on Wednes day e-veriirip, Die. ith. to confer tin.' Temple degree upon a cluss. Supper will be served at six" o'clock and werk will start iinmetliately after. Members are utk-- el to be present hihJ astist in the work. 12-3 AA'ILLIS R. 1-oRD. Com. WBEN'FEVEBISH I'on't mk the m. stake if botber-! witn nncrtain rened.es for C-i-iy Kinir, a imieiy vegetable formula, tn.-ole into a p-elat.ib'c tea is na ; i re' ..--t remedy f "r c n.-1 ipat ion, upset stej'run.U, coiti-d t ,!ic::e and sic!; ii-adacii.'. It's tin- sum old remedy that t!. -..!-sands swear by end costs only a i -w cent-- f..r a ir-nerous pae-kage. Take t fr. and ' e- it to the ;;trlj on s when cross end feverish. Adv. HEPS. PREPARE MINORITY REPORT Simple Way to End Dandruff There is one sure way that has never failed to remove dandruff nt once, and that is to dissolve it. th'ii you destroy It entirely. To do this. Just get about four oiin'TS of j.lnin, cmtnon lir1uid arvon from any drug; store (this is all you will need), sj-ply it at night when retiring; use enough to m.isten the scalp nr.d rub it in gently with trie finger tips. Ry morning, most if not nil. of your dandruff will be gone. nrid three or four more applications v. ill comTd.--t.e1y dis solve and entirely destroy every single sign and trace of it, no matter bow much dandruff you may have. You will find ah itching and digging of the scalp will ste.p instantly, and your hair will be fluffy, lustrous, glossy, silky and soft, and look and fee a hun dred times better. Adv. Rt CviTEi. rr.r-s AVASHIXGTON. I ec. 3. Repnbii, members of the senate finance come ice are preparing a minority report the six billion dvllar tax bill. The port will asasil the inrlusion of 1 taxes in the measure. Minority l-aei said today that they would stand bv Senator Simmons' proposed e.: percent profit tax resolution will defeat, it is believed. It probably be reported to the senate Thursda oi r.- i -. i ; v t I : ;' i RUSSIAN DELEGATE WITH WILSON By Tnited Press. "WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. Russian Am bassador Rakhmcteff will accompiny President AViison to France. It wes lenrned here, today. The ambasssd. r will present Russia's desires to the al lied representatives at the conferee -e. The ambassador represented the forir er Kerensky government and has be.-n inclined to P. stable but libera! aivi democratic govcrnmet for Russia. tjpftriSflllMS i,j If jiiljpjj Mil 0 Every home should rinor with music and merry making this Christmas. Your family is entitled to all the splendor that music affords. Suppose that you buy for them a Piano, Player Piano, Grand Piano or a Phono- graph. Money is not every thing. The blessings you re ceive from it determines its real worth. Money spent for music is well spent. Music in your home is as essential to the high moral standards of your children as a college ed ucation. You cannot produce a single favorable argument against music. n wo". T T X "1. ( , ns- z - - - v XCSu!': Ci- ri -.51! j 'g$dUg$M le ij"v "r- - er' IT rr-'r-l PIAN0S REASONABLE TERMS Strauhc's sell the well known, old time standard pianos such as the Kranich & Bach, Haines Bros., Estey, Eehr Bros., Straube, Marshall & Wendell, Hammond, Wilbora Solo-Harp, Gulbransen, etc. New Player Pianos Sijyo.uu ana up. WiiM9iit Yoifl Like Case ear AMuia Yon Can Hear Her S In Your Own Home e 2. All the talkinc: mar-hines in the world ran not reproduce her voice - " with its personality. . - I' A no 1 iBB&EEBffiffldi X " it) r m m ink fit 1 ' - -' . ! ' will reproduce the actual human voice, orchestral music and band music in the natural tone. Come to our store and make a tone test and you will satisfy yourself as to the musical merits of the New Edison. . NEW EDI30NS S120 8175 $220 5285. BUSH & LANE PHONOGRAPHS $130 $145 S155. WILB0RN PHONOGRAPHS $50 S65 $95 135. St ranbe .Piano Mlosig 631 HOHMAN STREET. PHONE 661. HAMMOND, IND. it 5 ll Hi IM1 I ii! t5l 12-3-1