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THE TIME SI
Monday, January 6, 1919.
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Harbor relatives.
The N'o Name Cluh m ..
5 SEEK
COLONEL HITS WILSON IN NEW BOOK,
"FEAR COD AND TAKE YOUR OWN PART'
BOONE!
WRITES FROM
EAST CHICAGO AND
with Mrs. Richard Bates of us ,
street, tomorrow evening.
Mrs. K. H. Kern of the Urn apar.
ments will have the I.arly K)ks m(
with tomorrow evening ;n tllf.ir TK.
lar weekly session u-l,i,-h ii . '
HID BOOTLEGGER
I IND. HARBOR NEWS j
or oeo will be participated
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But Withdraw Petition on
His Behalf when His
Record Is Head.
Is the I'l'.ft'ii'oiiH'iu U.f R.-
amendm. in u;il tin- In.ii.tut i'r,.liilm k
1;!V UllopUIHi Kllll . . 1 tin- "dry" I ! - I
in. nt in I . i ii' count y '.' j
That 'i ipuestion pUK'.'.:;ng f.-doial j
authorities today follow ing an t t: - -fl '
1' tln rni.- department .( ill.- llnm-i
in. ii'k Woman's t'luli to ini.ici.le - n !
In-half of nil ox-s-ulwoiiitP.-j.-.-r ami con-
lcled boot 1 1 -(r t; r of Fast !lamm.n.l. '
The vc -men had ln-. n loiil that tin- lor- 1
hut saloor. man as unjustly s. liter. I
ny ju.ige Anderson aiut that his ;mm:y
m Fast ILimniMiui v. a stiffi-nni.'. They
appealed to local federal authorities to
have the man released from Ins sen
tence so that he could iviiu- hack lo his
family taml rosumo lotiegghtg?
When thi' .io!!i'CS.-r'! .-ec. id was
load to them thi-y withdrew their oral
petition.
It is a fact, linwoii-r, thnt 1'. S.
agent George tho. n of the Department
of Justice, diaries Surprise. U. S. Com
missioner, mid "heir men employed in
turning down I'.iuor violators hnvr not
1-h! the assistance of the "drvs" w h
spout t!i. ir time pr vi.ais to the passage .
of the prohibition bill in campaigning
against whiskey. These prohibtiotusts
who moved heaven and earth to (jet tin
state in the dry column are doing noth
ing to help keep it there and make pro
hibition a success.
On the other hand the most efficient
volunteer worker, the federal men. have
had is an ex -saloonkeeper while rill of
the aids are the "liberal type" The
tlrs that are telephoned to "Hammond
34 IS" come from "wets." The "dry"
have offered a hand or a congratulation.
DECISION Ifl STREET
CUR FM EXPECTED
Public Frowns on Raise;
Wants Transfers From
H. W. & E. C. to G.-I.
Most any day now- may hrins f"fth
a decision of the state public service
commission relative to the petition of
the Hammond. Whiting and East Chi
cago street railway company for a sev
en cent fare.
In view- of the fact that the Gary &
Indianapolis Street Railway companies,
respectively, -were denied increases, it Is
presumed Hammond, will not be made
en exception. At the hearing before the
commission it was shown that extra
cent fare would Increase the company's
profits very substantially.
Public sentiment opposes increasinK
the street car fare and instead favors
demanding of the commission .that the
Hammond. Whltinfr & East Chics go Co.
and the Gary & Interurhan. now Inter
locked. Issue transfers.
HOME SERVICE fill
Eugene C. Foster to Ad
dress Workers at Four
p. m., in Ham. Bldg.
Eujrene C. Foster, executive secre
tary of the Indianapolis Home Serviea
Department of Red Cross and also
(ieneral Secretary of the Indianapolis
Charity Organization will speak on
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at th
informal meeting at the Red Cms.
rooms in Hammond hjildinp, fifth
f cor.
The work of -ho Home Service Ie-
:d at. z " - -
6 Bell-ans
Hot water
dMSi Sure Relief
F"OR INDIGESTION
FIRST
STATE
TRUST 6 SAVINGS
BANK
trrrth and cedar, streets
INDIANA HARBOR
Capital and
Surplus, $100,000
ARE YOU SAVING
YOUR BONUS?
Many here received
Bonus Checks during
the Holiday Season.
If you can't save all
of your Bonus don't
fail to save part of it.
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New picture of Colonel Roosevelt.
Colonel Roosevelt attacks President Wilson's foreign policy in his new
' ook, "Fear God and Take Your Own Put" He also strikes a hard blow
t hyphenated Americans.
pai imo :.t is RTowinir enormously ev
ery ciav. We have now in our h'.es two
hundred and tii'ty a.-tise families, a
laige nu:nhr of them are recti vinR
attive s i vice at thi fine an I we
nefj.i a Much Urcer i; roup -i workers
in the c-paitment in order thnt the
people !n r.ie bearing: the actual suf
fering on account of the war. here
in our midst, may fee. that the o:n
tr.unity is with them and that they
arc not alone in their jietrtss.
Mr. Foster conducts the training"
t-curses which are given in Indian
r polis and is a most hrlpf ul person in
showing one how to bo about the
Home Service Work.
Also M.ss Florence Ryr.ard, secre
tary of the tlaty Home Service, will
be here and tell us of the work being
done there by the Home Service Le
partmont. It Is hoped that a late representa
tion of women of Haituond will be
present to hear .Mr. Foster and Miss
Rey na rd.
li me Srvicf visitor and workers
are rei'i'-sted to invite their friends
senator Mccormick
IS PLAYING NURSE
(By Zntercational News Service.)
WASH !Ni 5T iN, Jan. 6 Medill Mr-Cr-rmiek,
s. nater-eb-et from Illinois,
was play inK nursf at l is Washington
home to-lay so tf-.at Mrs. M.i'ormiek
minrit help to make Ai-o-riea safe fi.r
republicans.
Mrs. MrCnrmick. who is chairn-.an of
the woman's committee of the repub
lican national committer, bad planned
to K" to Chicago t.'idoy to confer with
Will H. Hays. republican national
chairman, on plnni for the presiden
tial cnmp.-Cfrri. Rut when her child
ren were taken with a mild ense of
influenza she was for postponing the
confer.-n e.
"You sro ahead." eounselecj the senator-elect.
"I'll nurse the young
sters. '
Mrs. M.'". 'iir. i ek will not renter her
efforts up'.n tt-ttinn v. t-s fur wom
en, but up.m ettins the women who
have votes solidly ".in.-d up behind the
republican presidential candidate, sh
explained Just before lravinif for the
windy city today.
STREET FIG.HTING-
SAVAGE IN RIGA
(By International News Service.)
I. i. i N. .Ian. f.. A holocaust of
street lighting is raging in the great
Russian port of Riga, between Rol
sheviki and a n i -1 1 ! h e vi k i troops, a
Copenhagen dispatch stated, to the.
Ron. Ion leiilv Mail today.
Rolsiiei i'.; 1 armies are approaching,
both Viina and (Jrmlno. in their march
in'.i Poland.
Reiriforcf nients of nnti-RoUhevtk!
soldier.-! nre li.-irig ronvoy.-d down the!
by Rritisb v.ii;.;ips. j
THIS Mir
EP YOU
Home -Mixed Cough Syrup
Very Cheap, Very
Effective.
Mrs. Jos. ph Meilleur. 415 Jefferson
.strict. Tiffin, O., writes:
"I have used the. Mentho-I.axene for
coles. Must say I find it better than
any cough syrup I have ever used yet.
1 coughed night and day for a week.
After I got the Mentho-Rfixene to use
the coughing Mopped in three days, etc."
Just buy a 2 i -ounce bottle of Mentho
I.axene (it is richly concentrated) and
mix it with simple syrup, as per direc
tions with bottle, and then you will
have a whole' pint of the finest, quickest
cold, cough, and catarrh medicine you
ever used, and no opiates or narcotics,
either. Hundreds of thousands of peo
ple now- make their own medicine to
avoid expense and uncertainty. Adv.
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LEGISLATORS REACH
TRE STATE CAPITOL
:MWhom Will We Have for
j Our Officers?" Is the
1 Question.
INDIANAroiJS, Ind.. Jan. fi Keen
interest has developed anion!? the
state senators and representatives who
have arrived here for the session of
the state legislature, which begins on
Thursday, in the selection of the of
ficers, clerks and secretaries of the
session. A number of the legislators
could be found around hotels and the
.-tate house today, and practically ev
ery one is expected here by tomorrow
evening, when the republican and the
democratic caucus will be held.
Senator Arthur I . McKinley, of Mun-
ie and Senator Harry F. Negley, of
Indianapolis, are both candidates for
president pro tern of the senate. Feel
in amng these senators here. is
Bh'.ut evenly divided between the two
(andidntes. Senators Oscar Ratts , of
I'aoii, and O. J. Munton of Kendall
i ill", are both mentioned in connec
tion with the seat, in addition to the
two announced candidates.
Harry Styner, who was assltsnnt sec
retary two years ago. H a candidate
for principal secretary of the senate.
He is opposed by Claud-- Steel, of Knox
who heid a minor clerkship during
the last session of the legislature.
William I-oudcn of Rloom-ngton, Is a
candidate for assitsant secretary of
the senate, and he "has the support of
the second district men.
"Kick'- VeH
of Fort Wayne, is
ut for th
l-i.krs!
S!l : p
r the house
and Je.-s eEiichhaek of Kosciusko Co..
for speaker of the house. Senator Ar
thur Rol'inson who was floor leader
at the last session of the legislature,
is a iiij'tiiin with the American Expe
il.t.onary Forces In France.
(International News Service.)
WASHINGTON. Jan. . An American
City or town without a German cannon
perched high on t!o- public .square with
in a year wiii be a nly without con
gressional "pull."
Reforc the Hun artillery pieces had
hardly time to cool after four years of
booming iHTi sr. No Man s land, congress
men started arranging to furnish citie-f
in their districts with pieces of 1he sur
rendered Hun artillery. v
There are already before the house
military nlTa:rs committee bills that tell
the si er. 'ar of war that h" must fur
nish lifty towns and cities scattered
throughout the country with one Gor
man cannon each.
Kach day brings in a new crop of bills
which embody the civic demands of the
various congressional districts.
Wisconsin was one of the first-states
In the race for Gorman trophies. Among
the towns In that state which would get
a cannon under the terms of pending
legislation are LaCrosse. River Falls.
Reedburg. Tomah. N'e!lsvil!e and many
other small towns.
Now Tork's coast towns won't need
Any United States const artillery if the I
secretary of war is: able to meet the do-,
mands ftint a lrn.it v Vo.-rt Kir.t-, r' n , I r n .. I
well an those that are on the. way.
It Is probable that tho military af
fair committee will defer consideration
of the hills until a later dale when all
localities will have had sufficient time
to put in their bids and something Is
known of the plans of the Versalles
peace conference plans.
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CITIES AHE
AFTER THESE
GiNON
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The
old s
following: from one of the best
rts in Lake i entity and ou all
know
hi in :
"Mei 'l.-iliu,,!, . In.. Jan. 2. 1919.
"i-'poM inj.: Kilitm-:
"Jusl l -w line lettliiK you know
that Thiki Itodney ., 1 1 i I down hen; in
'.No Jinn's Lnnil' nltl-oiiKh the war Is
ov-r we are still k pt busy traininK
nbout 15 mi mi ten rt day and then we
thliilt about our Rood Lake county and
It; bai lvei-s. the best in th- country. IVr
do sure feel proud of it anil only hope
to be back soon and riding on the best
mads in the state with our little
"Kucs." Well, yesterday was New Tears
anil we had one of the best parades
ever seen In the state. Men that are
almost 80 year of ne pay they never
saw anything like It. We had the
kaincr and his xann all boxed up In
many wiias yesterday. Jt sure was
trreat and only wlnh that some of our
Lake county folks could liave been
down here too see It. Tht weather out
here Is rainy, lots" of mud anil did riot
see snow yet. How is It back there?
Well. I am ). K. and hope to hear the
boys are the same. With rcKard to all
and especially to I r. Clark, president
of the bowllns leatue. Are you still
knocking 'em down Imc? Hope to lie
with you and the rest soon.
"Your pal and friend.
"PAPA AXHKHW P. IKiIINKY.
"Truck Co. It. 12th Am. Train.
"Camp McClellan, Ala."
ROOSEVELT'S AILMENT
BRFFLEDSC1EKTISTS
(Continued from pare one.)
tears In the eyes of many persons as
they spoke. One report said that the
colonel jiassel away while aleep.
HOW NEWS REACHED N. Y.
(Br International Nsws Carries.)
NHW YORK. Jan. 6 Miss Josephine
Strieker, Col. Roosevelt's secretary, re
celed a telephone- message from Mrs.
Roosevelt announcing the colonel's
death.
"Mrs. Roosevelt called me on the tele
phone shortly before 7 o'clock," said
Miss .Strieker, "saying that the colonel
died early today. She did not give me
any particulars and I am leaving at once
for Oyster Ray.
"The attack must have heen very sud
den. On New Year'B day inflammatory
rheumatism developed In Col. Ropse
velt's right hand, which became very
much swollen. Mrs. Roosevelt sent for
a nurse in the village and the colonel
was made as comfortable as possible.
It did not occur to me at that time that
he was seriously 111."
Miss Strieker visited Sagamore Hill
last Saturday.
"At that time the colonel was aslerp
In his room," she said, "and I did not
see him, and there was nothing In the
Circumstances of his illness at that time
to indicate to me that death was near.
When Mrs. Roosevelt called nie tnrs
morning and told mc of the colonel's
death I could hardly believe it."
IS
GALLED 8, DEATH
Mrs. Alvlna Humfor, one of Ham
monds most respected young married
women and devoted mothers, wife of
William Humpfer, of Dyer avenue, died
at their home yesterday afternoon af
ter a three week's Illness of blood pois
oning. Mrs. Humpfer, who was 32 years old.,
leaves besides her husband, six chil
dren, a mother and father. Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Stommel and sister. Mrs. Ken
neith Kldwell of Duluth, to mourn her.
The funeral will be held from ft. Jo
seph's church Wednesday morning at
3 o'clock. Interment will be held In St.
Joseph's cemetery. Undertaker Kmr
merllng in charge.
PERSHING SENDS
MORE BOYS HOME
(By International News Service.)
WASHINGTON. Jan. . Gen. Pershing
before the first of next March will des
ignate 100,000 more of America's fight
ing men members of combatant units
for early or immediate return to the
United States from the American Ex
peditionary forces, It was learned this
afternoon from a reliable sourse at
the war department.
THOUSANDS OF
BOLSHEVIKI TAKEN
(By International News Service.)
ON DON, Jan. fi. Thirty-one thous
and Rolshevik soldiers, 120 cannon and
1. 00 machines guns were captured by
the Siberian troops near Perm in a
great battle, said a dispatch from
.Omsk today.
The Rolshevik I troops ha-e been
driven from Perm.
MISS MARTIN DEAD.
Lillian Martin. 22 years old. daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, of
702 Claude street. Hammond, died at
a Chicago hospital yesterday after a
long Illness.
The funeral will be held from All
Saints' church Wednesday morning at
S o'clock. Interment will be In Cal
enry cemetery in charge of Undertak
er Hums.
JOHN MAYO DEAD.
John Mayo, of 9 State stret, Ham
mond, died yesterday at St. Margaret's
hospital.
The remains will be shipped to
Rrklgoport. Kansas, tomorrow morning
by Undertaker Rurns to be burled in
their family lot.
WOMAN CARRIES
BOOZE IN BELT
A woman, said to carry seven and
eight pints of whiskey in a belt under
her clothes, has been reported as one
of the boot-leggers operating between
West Hammond and Hammond. It Is
claimed t' -t she makes two and three
trips a day.
Hartierlne llwttitnt. Oleott ire,
I hone ?s:l. xill he ulrime! In nrllr and
rrrrltr so.lnl nrn anil mlirrililii
lor The 'limes. ai job nork of all
tlrarrlptloM primKly well done.
U-UJ-tf
TO ELECT OrriCEES.
church will meet Wednesday afternoon I
for the purpose of t rn nsuc 1 1 n g the busi- j
ntss of electing their officers to serve!
the irisimig year. In years heretofore
this election took place tn the month of'
May but it change has be n advised on
this however and the election of officers 1
will in the yearM to comr, take place in !
the month of Jan. The home of Mrs. ;
Frank Ivlgnam of 4110 Ivy street has.
been selected for this meeting. Jan. Mh. '
Till r? guild mourns as a whole the un-
timely death of Mrs. Nannie Murton j
whose funeral Is occurring today and
conducted by Rev. M. M. Iay, former i
pastor of this church rind now of Mun-j
Clo, Ind. The liece.-meil has heen spoken
of as one of the guild's most indefatiga
ble workers and woman bearing a per-'
sunality admired by all who knew her;
her orn-rgtcH carried her extensively into '
Red Crows work too. She has left a
most befitting testimonial of her sterl-
Ing worth to a community which now!
dseply mourns her loss. j
CLUB EVENTS.
The Fat Chicago Woman's Club Willi
have three important events to be held
thin wetk commencing with the home
economic department this evening which
will meet with Mrs. Jesse Thompson rn
north Raring avenue with a program re-
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(By International Ntws Service.)
NHW TO UK, Jan. 6. The stock mar
ket closed heavy today; government
bonds unchanged; railway and other
bonds strong.
The market continued o.uiet and ir
regular during the afternoon. The steel ;
shares continued heavy; V'. S. Steel .
dropping to 93S; Raldwin to 75 and - Issues a call for the return of all kr.H
Rethlehem Steel 61S- Mexican Retro-: ted garments at a date, early a? ps
leum dropped to lSTs and Texas Oil I slble. This la in conformity with
to ISS'j. ruling rent here by the Rake Division
Industrial Alcohol moved up over 3 j f the Red Cross headquarters. It !s
points to 103V- Anaconda reacted to imperative that all yarns out be knit-
60; Ameriean Smelting to 6 and bourn
em Pacific to 100 T,.
CHICAOO CASK GAIN MABKET.
CORN Mixed. $1. 44ft 1.46; 3 white.
$1.47''i 1.4S; 4 white, $1.45 j 1.46 H : 3 yel
low. J1.49tr 1.54; 4 yellow. $1.46 "d 1.47 'i :
mlved. $1.43: 5 white. $1. 438 1.44; 5 yel
low. $1.43'it 1.45H: 6 yellow, Jl.39Wl.4l;
6 w hite. $1.33 ',.
OATS No. 3 whit. 72'., S'I'.ic; 4
white. 71 724c: Standard, 74Hc.
CHICAOO FItODtTCX.
CHICAGO. Jan. . Butter Receipts,
450 tubs: creamery extra. 674ci68c;
nrsts. 6641767c; packing stock. 3&44c.
Fgg Receipts. 270 cases; current re
ceipts. 61 'c 62 4 e; ordinary firsts. 60
14c; firsts, 63c: extra. 948"04c;
checks. 35 'a 30c: dirties, 40"M3c.
Oheese Twins, new. 35ft 4c; dairies,
36c; young Americas, 37c; longhorns.
37c; brick. 33 4 fi 34c.
Rive Poultry Turkeys. 30c; chickens.
2Sc; springs. 244c: roosters, 204c;
geese. 21c; ducks, 26S2lif.
Potatoes Receipts. 40; Ohios, $1.75
l.SS.
PORK-
Opening. High.
IO"'.
$47.50
43.40
23.35
23.97
25.90
23.97
Close.
$47.50
43.65
23 47
24.15
25.90
24. 0a
Jan. M7.60 $47.50
May 43.60 43.K5
I.ARP
Jan. 2335 23.47
May 24.05 24.20
nins
Jan. 25.30 25 Jl
May 24 00 24 15
HAMMOND MAN
IS ENROLLED
ROPTON. Jan. 6 Today's list of men
accepted by the United States ship
ping hoard after final physical exam
ination at Roston. for enrollment on
Its Merchant Marine training ships,
Includes Charles G. Clark, of Ham
mond. Ind.
DEATH OF RUTH FINN, j
Ruth Margaret Finn, the five year
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Iewis
Finn of 715 State Rlne street. Ham
mond, died at their home Saturday of
the Spanish influenza.
The funeral was held from their
home this morning. Interment was rn
Oak Hill cemetery in charge of t nder
taher Rums.
INDIANAPOIJS, Jan. 6 There is
one automobile for every thlrte-n per
sons in the state of Indiana, accord
ing to estimates made by the state
automobile department.
Lake County's work is not done
till she has bought more W. S. S.
BREAKS II GOLD
Ifl I FEW
3
First dose of "Pape's Cold
Compound" relieves all
grippe misery.
9
Don't stay stuffed-up!
Quit blowing and snuffling! A dose
of "Rape's Cold Compound" taken every
two hours until throe doses arc taken
will end grippe misery and break up a
severe cold cither in the head, chest,
body or limbs.
It promptly opens clogged-up nostrils
and air passages; stops nasty discharge
or nose running: relieves sick headache,
dullness, f e verlshness. sore throat,
sneezing, soreness and stiffness.
"Rape's Cold Compound is the quick
est, surest relief known and costs only
a few cents at drug stores. It acts with
out assistance, tastes nice, nnd causes
no Inconvenience. Don't accept a sub--titute.--Adv.
d-te with interesting topics of today's
Issues. Mrs. H. If. Clark is named as
leader, she will talk on "War Time j
Food Problems." Assisting tie- hostess!
will be the Mcsilames i it t . rile i nier. Mil-'
ler. I.udwtg. R.-yce. Turn, r. Spencer,
llrvlu anil Miss Morgan. Members, o!
I the club particularly of the department
are urged to be present.
LITLRAEY MEETINO. j
Tomorrow uf'eriioon
the literarv de-
pHitmint will no ei with Mrs. W. w. j
Smith In ISeaooti stre.t wl'h the h' stes l
as lead. r in Crowning's Study. Coloinbe's ;
Rlrthday. with the llrst act. i xplnined i
and discussed. In otue-ct iori wnh this '
meeting there will be a general meet-'
ing held prior to the taking up of the
day's study for the purpose of ballot
ing on names su'imitud for member
ship. It is desired that there be a good
att ndam-e.
CLTJB DECEPTION. j
The annual recept on of tie- Fast Chi- j
cngo Womnn's Cluli i e urs Thursday j
afternoon tb: nth, in the social rooms
of the Kast Chicago Club and this year
the members have the privilege of in-1
vitlng two guests. Tli s is r.n affair I
apurt from the regular routine of study I
and quite n relaxation for members t
meet in a socal way. The refreshmc-nl
'find arrntigern nt commit t ... have overy
I thing perfected to ti.ake tins afternoon
most ideal one
There will be
re-
cevlng ln.o for the club officers. This
date should be reservt d by all club
members for their attendance and the
acompiinying guests.
Miss Hat tie Kadanski. a sister to Mis.
Pert Haight of CV.mmonw er. ith avenue.
who has been visiting here over the New !
Year holiday, returned yesterday to her !
studies at the St. Rouis academy nt I
K nslngton. While here Miss Kadansklj
enjoyed a theatre performance in Chi
cago aceoinpani.-d by Miss Arinabelic
Ililes, teacher at the Riloy school.
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Klsh of 703
141th street, lost their hnhe of seven
'een months. In death, the child pas
sing awny Sunday mc-rninir after an
Uness of a couple of weeks. The fu
neral l occurring today at one o'clock
from the Roumanian church In N'o.
Oleott avenue. The cause of death
was due to chronic indigestion.
The Pythian Sisters of East Chicago
will nie
K. of P.
t tomorrow evening at the
I! ill I il I 111 J 1 1 ' 1 v J it ( U U 1 1 i i i -
ficcrs postponed from the Deoernb
meeting. All members are urged t
be present.
The East Chicago Red Cross Ccritr
ted up into the garments they were
Intended for and then brought or sen:
te the Centre. Unfinished garments
should he turned in at this request
posted for the women at present are
engaged In work necessary for the
tush of completion. It is ad vised that
knitted garments under way be rapid
ly finished and reported.
The Rndles Social Union of the East
Chicago Methodist church will meet
Wednesday afternoon to transact bus
iness pertaining to the renewal of ac
tivities for the coming year. It is to
be hoped there will be n goodly attend
ance of members prceent.
The little four year old son of Rev.
J. M. Howard, pastor of the A. M.
Zion church, is quite il! with a severe
cold in which pneumonia Is feared as
a factor. The child't mother is not
here at the present tn supervise the'
care of the little one as her health is j
undermined and she was advised to i
south for the winter. Everything is ;
being done for the little fellow t !
make him comfortable and hotter. j
There Is a decided improvement in '
the condition of Rev. James Ostema. i
pastor of the First Congregational
church, who has ben ill for some time
past, the children of the household,
five in number, all ill at the same time,
are better.
Miss Kilen Cohb. of Morgan Park,
Chicago, accompanied by her grand
daughter. Eugenia and Miss Mabello
Patton, returned home after spending
the week of New Year's with Indiana
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large bottle, $1.00. Healing begins the
moment Zemo is applied. In a short
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tetter, pimples, rash, blackheads and
6imilar skin diseases will be removed.
For clearing the skin and making it
vigorously healthy, always use Zemo,
the penetrating, antiseptic liquid. It
.is not greasy and does not stain. When
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llTflrTlrf EPPII!lH!rJl .""'tV'1.''
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FIRST-CALUMET
TRUST-AND
SAVINGS-BANK
Capital and
Surplus, $100,000
D
,URING the War
some People
kept their Savings in
stockings, others kept
theirs in Vaults.
The War is over. Let
your Money earn in
terest. The Bank is
the safest place for
your Savings.
EAST CHICAGO
INDIANA
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mmsB m mm.
M ii' ii 'mini ''iiini'i
lV.-icJT C;. C;
nRPHEUM
U Theatre 111
HAMMOND, IND.
' Jj
FEATURE ATTRACTION
Today and Tuesday
Four Juveni'c Kings
Comedy. Singing.. Ta!k;n3 nd
Dancing.
Harry Smith & Co.
Comedy Ventrhcquists.
Ralph Stenard
Xylophoniots.
Thomas & McDonald
The Brazilian Nuts.
Fulton & Mack
-vCymnasts Ma.-ve's
Hxtr aordinary Feature Wed
Thursday end Fritia
Everett '3 Mcnkv
Circus
i''':rc fron:
Thoatoi-
Chic::
Don't miss the last episode o
Ruth Roland in "H.-ndc Up:"
New .Show Mrniiay. v.'ednesdr
and Saturday. Matin. -e Ij.-m:-.-Nights
Continuous 7 to 11. e,,,
!.-! : Continuous 2 to 11.
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L."KLJii L I'.l Li ti fi it r w
If LilAt
:ne fie timm)
'DAY a-
;uc:
Out of a Ch
Alho Mack S Tin.
Coniody.
Tuesday: Pat he Weekly.
WED. AND THURS.
Mrs.
Charlie Chaplin
i Mildred Harris;
in
Borrowed Clothes
Tfaeda Bara
in one of tor best pictures
1
Also
FOR
A FIGHT
MlI.I.Ti C
FRIDAY
EDDIjc; POLO
in '
The Lure of the Circu
pa si mm I
T O D AY
ROY STEWART
in a western picture with
a punch
The Learning of Jim
Benton
TOMOF.SOW
VIM. S. HART
IN
The Apostle cf Vengeance
Coming Wed. and Thurs.. THE
IRON TEST. itagraph best se
rial, featuring Antonio Moreno
and Carroll Hollow a v. Also a 2-
rcel Rig V Comedy. i
UDHOR UIP.
THEATRE
MAX HEiriB, Proprietor
367 Calumet Are., Corner Koffiaan St.
Hammond.
TODAY
Envoy Extraordinary
Five reels.
AIfo ROBBER?" ROMANCE.
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