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Wednesday. Jan. S. 1910.
THE TIMES. iVjre rer onnnn ir cry FROM Written to the Home Roljk-s From This Side and the Other Side of the Water From Pte. Edw. Weinand. ijsur Tille. France. Nov. Z, 191S rr Sister end Folks: 1 hiv been waiting for a letter from vo'i for a Ion; time. T hav rf1ved "i.'." one from. v. .11 since I have been hre. I fueji it's tiprs'i? I have traveled rn inno'.i thnt nil the triAil Day HERLTH TALKS The Many Mysteries of Nature ft u w. bo tn. m. v sent rue xas lost. Wail, the war is over and ictory ;s won. No doubt the. states a r aflame with happiness in thw fnet that iho whole civilized vvurM. over the great psrt the Vnitd States has played in defeating 1 lie 1 1 u 11 rs . Finn ceased the. eleventh day The b From G. DeLor. inrr on ( Hon b. ) No,-. :i. 1?1S. iJear father: Ow ns to the far: that today la the t dsj on which every soldier should 1 leu can take an onion seed and a t r.jy seed, and plant them 5idc by snie m th sura spot cf ground. I:i one use. j'ou get an onion, with its peculiar ly strong- odor, and in the other you e-t c Power of rare beauty. Tom can plant a popry seed and get opium ta dangerou. hah: t-fonnir.g drug), or c'u can p'ttnt a rhubarb reed and pet yotn" ibing that fctps constipation. No .untist. living or dead, .-an explain ths i stories of Nature. f.ehiud the inisiri- ino $ri m earn m i -1 F.-iglmd. s !-. ih - deep aeerel 'h-it r.o..-.dy midr- 'n'd s'st.d. I"vry thing grew iug out of t.i" ground err.s intended for snie us- in i-uMihinc nn'uril condition". Or. Tierce, cf Buffalo. X. T., lens 'inf fourd out what is ne'ura'.ly heft lor lumen's diseases.. lie learned 1: all through treating thousands of case". The lesult of his s'udies was a nvdi- :3e called Or. Fieree's Favorite l're soiurlion. Thus mdioine is maje of efcetpble growth? that nature purely iti- :i,nod for baka. he. lieridi-ich- at eleen o'clock on write to his good o,d father. I thought of the eleventh month.' I would dro-i a few lines to let 1 0 S l i : 1 f,non b ' ritn-inir t-ir,v, T 1 o Li know tint at the n!es.n time. 1 epect t. mako a st-p tew 3rd home in am in the best of health and hv.ng a. few dajs. I don't know how long it u nt a i.me beir.y that th war is will he before I teach th States, but about o..:. when 1 arrive will telegraph ;mi 1. tor on-, am glad it is about over immediately. I have tf g;.ire! the niil- tor 1 !) suffered many hatdship. eape nnd I find out I !a traveled I'.-ut a In . took Iheni with a smile c vr five thousand miles -n foreign an,'i 'f 1 h-'d to do it. over araln I would t-Q'.'t By the tfr.ie I rea-'h honie I Bladly take what is -omirsf to me. for ':' ba-.e traveled fe.ur-f;fths around th of .iv.ert and for PfV! an4 the world s'nr I lejt Ji.-n-.e. .1;: n9 friendship to all. fortune ? 11. -r tedd ir? iIht.;; tivoj 1 S'u very t'uat.kful to v0u for tend !'fii' baek that 1 would do a lot 0f J :nc mo thai draft. Well, Father, it travel. n.-. I guess .)-,! was tijrht. i evidently has li.en j';t a whila sine T! e , ens-.r now c,vn us permission I l'"t hotr.. but it wa for all of you to ?tt where we tl.. Well, I am now '!l9t 1 l'f' Yen did not like to lt about l?f miles smith, of P:ir;. j (,av, I me co. a 1 tbouji li you never .said any also heon in Tsris. as there think to r.i". I beard of the vonver.sa- al' out three we ek. I I;-ve jjj,, breni 1 on J ot had with Krnest and Als t" the wcjtrn ioPvt t, Fran.-e t-n cbout me. It is f, i you. through end tiuies ard her',, in 1 1-,n.r harder 1 '"J ii'bip of mild and ram. I stn'--of it and the southern part as wrii. b"-nl plod n 'tb had down and ba-.'k conflict. My love for ail of you is true j that's not so had. according: to r, hat liuard w ell your beas ts for I fight for we did to the Germans. ou. Kven thoUKh T have gone through 1 am about ten tin I ex f rom the stale surh liarriehlps I am very thankful j line of Germane and Fianee. j was thai I still live to write this letter, j all over M etr. -t hat's Of nriny, and 1 although at times I have he.-n ery Jiam livirjR in 1he tow n right now. It's lurky in pettinji out alive. tailed Zieanlouard. ard there ere a Many a tune my life was not wotthj lot of i mans and French here, two cents to me. The Germans .sure) Father, what I ca.ll tough luck ;s d'd come close to Retting: me. Hut we I the last day of the war. when tho Americans snowed them just what we J Germans started to bombard the towns were made of. Well. Father, as I am still going: on I will always be true .to on and Mother, and if it is God's will I will return to n ou full of love for those I have caused so mu.-h gil'f. PiMer aked me if my wound was very bad. .No. It wus not very hud. hecaus? 1 aKairi have tne use or my lert arm. for about a month I could not raise it but half way. but tt Is the same of j ever now. Thanks to the V'oetor and) the Nurses for the ue of my a,rni. ; The scar is about all gone now. al though it w;.s alr'Ut. three ln--rs lorx In teirard to when I am corning home it is indefinite, or unknown to me. but 1 hope it will be soon. Yon gee. I they shot one house down to the bottom and In that house there was HEADACHE FROM Jon Know, T iand-d in I've ed in Fnslai-.d a bo i i!--d ri.-to-s tb-- F.IT n ."!. i 1 hent b." ! 1: Tape's Cold Compound ends severe colds or grippe in few hours. -i . net a-d ; landed -t T.e I :a i .n bc-der t.f jt. Well, how '. c-.fi-.vrpcv at l,.,r.i"? II understand there far been .i 1 -.t ofi pan!sn intvien- ;n the y'ste. 1 fa ! 1,500,000 Soldiers tia, ieen o' er nre si)ficen monui." r'on't stay uffed-up now. o th.ng'S are oeg.nnlng to . emit blow in and snuff Una 1 A dose on toward tne i j,rtt,. dull over b-re. since the flsht- r rar.-3 fold ' orr.pound" taken every i v . nut lis. . ,rg his st'pned. two hours until three doses are taken in so bloody a yv.;i. Father, as I have not. m ;rh ,, iU rti,j erirpft niir-ery and break up a I nioie to i-n:- I will state that I will s(.vr cold either in tbejiead, chest, i be home soon as po.-sibl. T-li l'e- J h0,jv ov limbs. i.ipe afd Klmab-th that they bad he'-j j promptly opens elegged-up rostnl.s ter learn to snlute, ha. ha, 1 received I arid sir passages: stop nasty discharge on" boy arid one giil and a mother, and the shell killed them ail. The boy was in the Fier.ch army and lie came home to see hi mother, s.slfrs tind brother, and his sister said. ''!. Brother. I wish you w-su'dn't have to go back, because the war is about over j - this is what he said. "Ye... sister. I ( wish I could do that: I was all over the front, ard I sure did a lot of fighting I for my country arid I van do a little j more," but the nett dsy be wan shot j and died in the hospital. l ather, some I of the. civ ilians didn't l.a- e a thing to j cat. hut a 'itt'ie bread snd the sold. era j had meat and bread : it sute u a tough war. j I think I d d rcy V..t vent t hrough the first 1 ine trendies end all o.'er. j and 1 haven't ot a j'rf ti h on me, nod I to. the next. But what got me. I couldn't see a, friend from .e Ilarl'or. I thought T saw Louie Harpens when I went through with the njin', but 1 think I overlooked myself. Father Xbf w as the word in Franc. ' Let's go ov- t er the top." The German soldiers are In Berlin All the Chilians lived un der the ground. Well, father, we. will let this war fait, because I do not like to write about It. I can te',j it better when I get home. I-ow is In diana Harbor, anyway? I wili soma day soon be thre. I think perhaps by the time you get this letter. Anyway, all the soldier boys ar beginning to think that the ship w:il leave aoon. I hope they are right Well, Father, I am going to close, wishing- you ell the good luck in the world and hope to see my refit n soon. I hop this letter will fnd you in good health, the same as It leaves me. Your I o v r. s'm. TAl'L Cold Gtorsje. Refrigerator car- -v :'! by jmu-.i -nia uinchtDfS operntoti ly !nt;r-.?i rnnihuvlon I'Ufin's isfizin ro. leurn for j'icl ro b'iiiir buiit for ,i German rni'ro.-rl. CJeaninfj Seed. By the uso of n pnrttpl vcoir.im ih" Unitod States tJopart;r.',nt 'f ai i-t;:-ture has ('ovclcpod rt hycJro. ; c. n ;:! pml gas jiroiregs for f uniigatinc; ;,n;-or'-ed sord mre rapid !y thn lter--t'for-. Have ypu your W. S. S. nd 1 liaven t ;rot a jt'I h on me, nod ; :s.7r':u,viPEW CENTS BESTOS YQUR DANDRUFF AFiO STOPS FALLING HAIR Save your hair! Make thick, wavy and beauti fultry this! Thin, brl'tle. "lor!"!? atvl scragc ' hair Is mute evidence cf a neglected acalp: of dandruff tha' awful scurf. Ther is nothing so d'structi. a to Ike. hair as dandruff. It rcbs the hair of its lustre. Km strength and Is very Iff 1 eventually producing a feverlhm ar d ltchlrg of the scalp, which if r't rernedicd ause? the- hair ro's tr, s:irl.e? loosen and db. then the ba;r fal's fast. A little Pnndrrlne tonight now -any time will aurtd.v save you hair V of France Killed ien; of the From h atmv his many died in VI a rom on. i'y of this disessa? 1 a:a w orkir.g n; jht r'"'0:n. I csvo n msn or i ' been killed 1:1 battle, another -nt have tn-o-n neriouslv wounded. per This terrible sacrifice o r . ia!f its magnificent their pictures in a letter cial'd .Fine i Zi. 1?.S. I fas very glad to get them. ! It was a coed picture, only the salute i t. not correct. i w a '. n a sip : o :i i Civnf) weaken-' ' ''"' .. fs :r; partner, .-o ; ! . a r I nave iv: nil re I !new f r-r, ;-i j the .; ?es. We hive hi.! f wes ther for fie . ast two wet;. This ij something un-i iMial. but it .s raining tonight. T ' r.ink wo w .11 b?t'.e better weather . from r-w on. as I r-;;ve t'i heavv ! j bornbsrdipg bis i .d a lot to do vi it'n j remedy know that in Dr. Tierce's Fa-1 're ur.t vora oi? .enaibom we ha e l lne sortte rrescilption they are getting a ! '-':" t.i" coupie ... yeai s. ,ti: - . woman's tonic sc good 'hat druc- one that be ever been at the front j ;;. fveryirh't-c sell it. i "'"uld f nn so apywa-. A o-g turn- .-mnje of Mayr's Wonderful Kerned r?vorite Pres-ripfe,!-! should ha' e t-. '.'. an-. i'r..ni .nm-.-r. s on... " i n simiil. harrnl ill ronf.denee ef everv woman in Arn'r-. rr.e-e f. .f" compared to an arttil '.V:h haA e to close, for I am on duty ad station here. i'ii drains. brin5-dow n pntn?. periodt- si i rrcgvilari t ice. prtj.. mfl.ir.me! ior.s. .r,d for tlie many disorders common to women in all ages of life. I'r. ricr.e's f an orite Prescript ion fs made of lady's i;pp";r root, black cohosh root, tir.lcorn root, blue cohosh root apd f'regvn gr.?p i eot. Women who fike this standard made by heroic ! ru.i a' i he rat (; p rn y 1 o v to all a n i t e , i th'ir and wait, for I will re ar my has b"C!t fr I'rar.ic thnt liberty might live. worb'. and ospecinlly America, owrs ! France an enormous debt, of gratitude.! patten . only for this, but for the discn-.ery ' t,"'n soon, by French panti of n perfect remedy I tor stc.is. b. lit cr and intestinal dis-: orders which is reported to have saved! -'o. l1 A rtn' JT- n?S- A K F may thousands of lives the world over.! v-a New York. prevented innumerable surgical opra-; Hons and alleviated incalculable suffer- I TYnTVl Paill "WlttiC. o. It. Mar. a leading Chicago.. t-.. ..-a r,.- v r, . i nm:st. imports, i.ic ingredients and Tour TT. GEO , o ". n g sop. J. OF. I."H er no.se running: relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness; and stiffness. 'Tape's Cold Compound" is the Quick est, surest reli'f known and costs only a few cents at drug stores. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, and causes no inconvenience. Don't accept n substitute. Adv. Lake Co. must buy more W. S. S- Get a ?m"M t'1' of k"- 1 Panderine from any ri;g store or tn;: Dr. W. E. Nichols PHYSICIAN 697 CALUMET AVENUE. Corner State St. Ot?r Bank of Hammond. a ess i 1 rv V a I h . r se-.i.s this rmedy in Awct ica. under the t " . ,.. tm'.Hn i, or rath. er writing that I am !n good health preparation mat J . ..'. ... th. 1 . i ami i ' " i- - I I . v.-- i.. rt.-;iii;ji mucus UCln 111" . . rece u ?r i . cvih m- no H , .. c u.'i nrji . . , , - . -r. . . . , , ii,u.iiii tinv l iiu Himy? i r. e i ni ;am - nrcotic. Pr. Pierce knew, when he j leaf when the bg gntis are ep'tid u ?. i maMcn which cause- practically all: i.m itti'i. iiu- i!i--ii.u-. w.a.f , ..... . .. - ! . j .. if... ATI iii .-i uii i iiiiiirir.. ' p to German" I can whiskey ard morphine are injurious, and j nmre about the many exciting th.nats i including- appenflicitis. rne doe win . ' ' ' 0 i t home nd l' o he has alwss kept them out of hisjl h- e seen wh le over here, ss it convince or money refunded. Suni:iiri u'' m"c,1l 1''" p ' , ! remedies. Send 10c to Pr. Pierces In-j would b irrpos.nJe to write it in a Pharmacy, nidceley Prug Store in Garv. "av" " tt ' P311 iar. , , . i;j.- tt.f.t TJ, ,, x- -r fnr trl.l I t.. I f'.tr1 Kiiit Stnre Is 1ni.n9 VnU when I get hOtC.e. I IC.t W - jkg. Tablet?. Adv. ( PP. and druggists everywhere. Adv this letter to you Is wbt Y M. ". A. calls a Christmas let. ?r to Father, so here g-ep. from the I Sftibstamt i JUL A. fc M -ss, enu titer, and after the P.rst nt-piica'icii your hair will take on bpt- Ff. lutr I and luxuriance which Is so beautif'.!!. ! It will beotne wavy and fluffv' nr.d havn j the appearance of abundance, an tu. ! comparable gloss and softness; but irl.'t J will please you m.ot will be n.fter :. a few weeks' use. when you wrHI actual 1 ly see a lot of fine down hs.ir ne-y hair growing all over the scalp Ad--. - - Great Jaira Thursday, Friday, Monday, Jan. Saturday and 9-10-11-13. i i ft. - r .? - v - s-f4- i! -sv m jes sj sju. On every Overcoat in Our Stock. Overcoats worth $50.00, now. ..... .,.8412.50 Overcoats worth .$4-3.00, now .".$37.50 Overcoats worth -$40.00, now $312.50 Overcoats worth $3o.00, now 27.50 Overcoats worth .$30.00, now $24.50 THE MODEL Rothschild & Hlrsch Hammond's Best Clothiers fit if'r' Sb.-j ..'fx I 1 pert wr. July I?. lJ'.S. and j landed in France A jgust 12. 131. and w had a hard time on that ship. We j had four attacks with the Gerrnin submarines and there were ab"ut five ! ' .! six more convoys with us. and ou j i should have seen the fight; it wn t i lerr. and the Herman, nhmttia'j were down to the bottom of the sea. Well. anyway that wasn't half of the rest , that I had to go through with. I got up to about three or four miles from the German trench, line and it sure was hll out there. I bad a Rood man7 hundred miles of rides. I went all over France and saw s few er i.ian towns and thov were down Just as level as the street It sure was a j life to gt through. Soma ef the '!- j diers that came from the front ior rest, got In $-nie of the build ngs tbat weren't knocked down, but it didn't fake long, and they were level with the. street. Xow father, this war was sure hell. You can ba proud of a son like me. I have taken lots of chances but Cod was with '-l the time. The clMli'im that were in the town suie l.ed it touch. They had to niv about every other day. and when th winter cam, they lost their sto-es. Fa.tt.er very few soldiers could say they bad it nice in France I sure had it tnmh 1 would come Olt of the trencl-.es and ride ah'jt seventy m iesjr to get a place to i'pp and just as would find a place the Germans woum stajt to bombard and then it was for me to find another place. The dugouis in Fiance were always full up to the top I saw Oscar Shaver Just before be was killed, and he was a big and strong man. Father, shrapnel shells are sure hell. They tell jou when they come. All Tou have to do is to lav down when you hear them fin ing, but nine times out of ten tlie j won't forget to stop right where you are laying. Father in some of 'he Fiench towns, the civil. ans (--mid talk Gern.au just e well as French, but lev were l.alf r.nd half. Fatlrer. 1 i ill .end v o ' ft no! 1 showing i O'l T'i.st r;te ph'll WOO'l !o o 1 Vll.e f i ' I o; b u . i t' r i; . red s'i.ic are down st-e!. F: . I 'tn-ie Sim had i htm- b ' : od soldiers: t-e .T.-u'd go over "p Fke uoth'ns- of 5 re . ' t-c id take a few men. but NEURALGIC PAINS 1 Cive Way to SoothSnx Hamlin's , Wizard Oil Children's Winter Coats, for 3 to 5 rear sizes, values up to $6.00, on sale $3.95 Fur Scarfs, pieces consisting of black wolfs, colored martins, coneys, etc., val ues up to $12.00, on 3"7 50 Skating Sets, made of all woolen yarns. our $2.00 values, on sale $1.19 Dark Color Waists, made of jrood heavy cloth, khaki and gray colors, 4 ff our $1.50 jrrade, on sale I UU ! 1: W Mb. tftl-flTVl Niov it . m sk -v -v - a s. "I se e 1tat ' ,S-i ' . V C! " ' ' 'JJ v - tf V 1 e fx .VvV" Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and j j erYecti-.e treatrr.er.t for headache and j ! ucuralffia. Rubhrd in where tl-.e pain ; i is. it acts as a tonic to the tortured ; rterres and almost invariably brings ; quick relief. J Its healing:, antiseptic qualities can always be relied upon to prevent in- J fection.or other serious results from j sprains, bruises, cuts, burn-, bites I and Ktinsrs. Iut as ffood. too. for 1 sore feet, stiff neck, frost bites, coll ; sores and canker sores. $ Get it from c'rv.jrgists for ."0 cents- I H If not satisiiei return tbe bottle and iH pet your money back. ; d tver constipated or nave sivk , lieadache? Just trw Wizard Liver ! Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 20 cents. Guaranteed. - i Sleeping Gannents for children 3 to tf years old, our regular T5c grade, CQn Special on sale will Children's Flannelette Petticoats, white only, for children to 5 years old. wortji (iOc. on sale now Infants' Woolen Sweaters, dark and licrht colors, values up to $4. (TQ QC Special on sale at 4)iv w Women's Muslin Gowns, made of fine nainsook with lace or embroi f flO dery trinnued, fn sale .UU Long Kimonas Lot consists of serpen tine -repe and flannelette ve-(4 Qft lour, values up to $3.00 nyjj Women's Sweater Coats, made of all w.oI worsted vai n, values up (f QCT to $10.00. ou sale 20.3D Knitted Stocking Caps for rain's. loy and women, values up 1 fl Q $1.25. choice Owb Men's Bun Metal Button Shoes, sizes to 11. reiiu 1 a r va 1 u e $ 1 .50 pa i r 0 Q Q sale )! e air ut3U Men's Block Cotton Sox, sec- i i p onds, 15c values. Great Jan. sale. u 2&o Men's Heavy Silver Fleece Union Suits, from size 40 up, $2.75 values, ( Q f Q sale .3'- I J Men's Mercerized Cotton So:, a--or.. ! colors, hemrned tops., 35t- values, sale Men's Cashmerette Sox, -cu.'.s. blaf-k only, 35c values, sale ,0- 3 for UuU Men's Dress Shirts, ideated besoms, g values up to $2.00, broken sizes. ftP-. sale Boys' Knee Pants in fancy mixed pmri- broken sizes, values up t 4 f fa $1-50, sale '. I.tU A Small Lot of Men's Dark Browa Suits, all wool, worth $25.00, sale . I X S J.DU Men's Heavy' Ribbed Fleece Union Suits, all sizes, regular price f $1.50, sale $ I , Men's Leather Belts, broken sizes, sale A Small Lot of Boys' Leather Belts, to Hear, at a. Perfection Oil Heaters, sheet nickel trimmed. Special- f sale pricp D 00 1 19c I -IZC I iw: it. 3 Pint Aluminum Coffee Percolator regular value -1 .o'O. a!e iriee CI 1QI vl3 ! . S v ?i A Small Lot of Boys' Flannelette N Shirts, broken sizes, $r.lf) val 'u"s. Oreat -lanuary Sale 95c a -.-j.1" swii'-H A T i 7, 1 I 14 Quart Blue Enameled Dhh Pa.ii3, i ' iru lar $1.75 values, (T I -ale price Old English Glazed Tea Pots, -up s:ze. Special sale pri'-e. . . 1 ft U 'i ef IT" ' -i i Tip n Waxed Lunch Papers, -ah- rice roijs iv!:,i Iflr i o r i i 1 rs We offer a block of stock at 95c per share. (Par $1.00) Total Her Income can bQlU used only for Dividend Dividends payable monthly. Onj Dividend Io. e books close Jan. u. j Company has j No Dbf- Ko Bone! Ko Preferred St9' SMITH -nAQIiM lnresttTer.t Bankr The Store of Quality and Service W3 rl i. ..u General IVIerchandi 3049-59 E. 92nd St. South Chicago, DOIBLF. STAif?S MONDAYS AND THURSDAYS. Ill toa La SeKe St