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Friday. January 24, 1919.
TJI.E TIMES. T Fast thicag.-iani who knew Patrick J Williams, who as an employee of the Interstate mill buJ who made his honm v. 1th !iif .Toe Oallshnns In 14.".th street, before ho marched away to join Hi" fnsiiiiMi . ontingput which did i'i i-''arf in rout in the Hans, arrived hero f an I'lii'l' hour . st.-rday morning ac , " m;;uii"rt by a v.. unit inn 11 who play- 'I r.:t e4unll iuiponai.. iart in the war "t disposed. James M .:.' . son of Mr ti Mi. .1 amcs McCoy of North Ma k 'un a.fi.u. The new that both had - ri ol ?!r.-ad .juic'.vly and thfir friend" v -1 u Hs'f- w ith the great pleasure .-f a .com in i them home, t-n a furlouKh, 1 i. c . for 'lie dat of mustering .u! i r.ut 'lime definite as yet. W.iiiam bi i"WS to the iloth bat U.Uon and 21eCo to the Tlh. The n- vti-r sought an inter-, i. w and was ushered in just as they were tompi ung their , cuing meal, which wafted the lurce of a real old New England din- r. and winch e idently was enjoyed ii hen it i taken into considera lin tie.: i. -nli i "o:-e i, s Hii!. t ha ve suffered as ;.. a'i .- oli-:r5 in the r..-tiicteu 1 jfion.s vnc-v MshtinR is inert Important. AVil l aras w:i- taken prisoner of war or. O- 111 the battle f .night at Oambrai ami hid f.-r a penml of i weeks in which t.ine he wr5 forced to march along with the Hun frm town te t"Wn and at tinifri confined to the various concentra tion camps, the last, bong the largest of Its kind at Bicq. The Allies were so clove to their heels that but little time was lost in their r.aneuver ins a be ut and Williams W8S rc "ssed ' 11 Nov. lath. He was in Warenime. Belgium, when the ftrmsti. e was signed and praises t!v pe'.gUir.i people highly f r their treat ment of the boys in khaki. His narra tive w as a most interest In g one of the towns he had become familiar with, but t.- a great measure he is still restricted us to the importance of information he siv?s out to the public press. The re porter being: so informed had to become content in a genera! survey of condi tions in a material way and found plenty of things of interest' to talk about nitiout tradtn on danrerou jrrounds. Alkali in Soap 1 Bad for the Hair Soap should b" u'J very csrefullv. if iini want to keep your hair lookir.s; Us bst. Most soaps and prepared shant ..oo.s contain too nucli alkali. This ,1rj: 'he scalp, makes the hasr brittle, and ruins it Th best thin? f"r steady is just ordir.ary muisifled cocoa nut oil which 1 pure and greaeb-ss, and is better 'ban the most expensive soap or any .'fti? els-- you can use. O't.e two teasr oonf uls will cleanse th ; r and setup livo-on h 1 y. Simply i, .-:;!.- the hair vvuli wa.-r and rub it f ti. It mak-s an abundini-e of rich, c-- amy lather, which rinses out eily. remov ins every particle of dust, dirt, dandruff and excessive oil. Tii - hair dries- quieltly and evenly, and it leaves !k srain soft, and the hair P.ne and s.lHy, beijchl. lustrous, fluffy and easy to 11 11.1 y .u can get mulsified coc-oanut oil at kuv tdtarmacy. it's very cheap, and a few-ounce-, will supply every member of the fun--;!-- for months. -Ad v. FIRST STATE TRUST& SAVINGS BANK k 137 AND CEDAR. STREETS 1 INDIANA HARBOR Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 PROTECT YOUR HOME WITHOUT DELAY! If yon have rj- fire in surancp on your hou hnl'l goods ppf in touch witli our Insurance De partment at once. Uilo OS CHICAGO if "IHE QUALITY SI&EE" PHONES: 857858. 709 Chicago Avenue. East Chicago, Ind. SATURDAY SPECIALS Blue Vallev Butter 6Sc lb. cans Chase & Sanborn Crusade Coffee $1.05 Granulated Sugar, per lb Bov Blue 10c . .9c 5 C. S. Mail Soap 2c th and 7th rib 28? American Family Soap. .7 ! Breast of Veal 23c n larre rolls Toilet ! Le or T-''1 ot' "cal . . . ,35? Paper 25c!Lcaf Lard 26c Battleship Style 0 'Cedar j Puritan Hams. SOLDIER BOYS ARE BACK HOME AGAIN Williams time and flga.n mentioned and extolled the wonderful good ccomplish ed by the American I led i'i'mhs and wanied to i. ,(:ioi,Mi ;, sh 1 i n k tliat it is !'ie tnoM v..ni. i-t'nl tiani y.n t i on In the otitic world. In smakinsc of Hi- i tlor.s whio- he was a prisoner ..f the itur.s. lie sy;. s thai . ,lur of bta. k Iirm1 was r,li.we. r.f. - r,u men a day. weak S' - was jf. en all at the noon meal and but little ele. He dwell considerably t;p..n the beau ties of Toii.ieren. tl.- first built place of Belgium and showed many souvenirs of this spot, the family he was Rssitfned to for Ins keeping' there, was worthy of tlo hiffliest m mien anil had related to him t,:e hra y ii:incat nn demanded from th- Hun on their f.rst march thr..upli there. Oilier towns in I'.h.di h" rour.d evi dences of the wo"a a-'-. s of their folk were Maestrc hl. Am r.-foort and Bot terdam. all of Holland. Hull. England, came in for a just mention mid Bipon. the largest camp front where the sol diers were dispersed and all prisoners g:en a two mon'hs leave of absence. When mail service wa opened up in Belgium. Williams had a card to le.T e with the first mail and tha' v direct ed to liis friend, Joe I'allalian. w't'i who in be now Is spending hi" furlough. Soldier Williams was posted in the Poldier t'ohitnn of The Times, bu' so many conflicting r'r- r's were circulated that definite news eemeArnin? him was scare to obtain: he is riRht back with tis for the present and looks the part of a real soldier. He ha a keen sense of humor and even promised to attend the r'harity Ball it the Masonic Tmp'e to morrow evenit!" when he was Informed that the cause meat happiness and ecm fort to fifty "kiddies" at the Carmelite Institution. ! Katberlne Howard, 451 Ofeolt e.. I : Phone -3, xill he pleased t o rrrite and i j receive social nrns and advertlsine . lor The Times, also Job work of all i 1 description promptly and well done. j nut KPTIO TO riSTOR. I An event which atttacted much real ' enthusiasm in Indiana Harbor this J week was that of th- to-i t.tion ten dered by the rnebres of St. A 1 ban's Bp'.scopa! church in wplroin.n? to their raatorate. Bv. Beon Morris, tho at the close of his (sv to t lie govern ment :n Bed i'1'i..-s endeavor-, was se lected to take th place recently made vacant by the bite Fr. Ita.-hmen. The new pastor w- a s r. trod need bv Archdeacon Bone: of Michigan City and i other disnitarie present were l!v. i-'r. Week? of Coshen and Bev. Kr. Blum mei of KoUcimo. Ind. After the usu-O xchans" of welcomes were mad? the assembly, which consisted of over on hundred and fifty people, enjoy e,j a program m which Mrs Ftnn Steph ens. Mis- I.i.o. d and M .ss I .;. u ii .an; EAST LESS HEAT F BACK HURTS Take a glass of Salts to flush Kidneys if bladder bothers you. Batinjr msf regularly eventually pro duces kidne;, trouhl in sotve form or other, says a well-known authority, be cause the uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they become overworked: srt slug ?ish: clog up ard -tus- ail sorts of distress, particularly backache and mis ery in the kidney region; rheumatb tv. ingej. severe headaches, acid stotrt ? . com t 'mtion. torpid 11vr. sleepless ness, biadder and urinary irritation. The moment your back hurts or kid neys aren't actum rleht. or if bladder bothers you. pet about four ounces of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take a. tablespoonftil in a Rlass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act. tine This fs'jous salts is made from the aejd of Crapes and b'-mon juicn. combined with lithia. and has b.-en used for Rvnera tions to f.ush clogged kidneys pnd stini ulato hem to normal activity; also to neutralize the acids In the urine it no longer Irritates, thus ending bladder disorders. Jad .Salts cannot Injure anyone: maUs a delightful effervescent lithia.-wa.ter drink which raiilions of men and women take now and then to keep the kidneys and urinary organs clean, thus avoiding serious kidney disease. Adv. Sweet Girl Com, per can 18c Pork Tenderloins 15c ; Pork Loins. IS to 10 lbs. average 32c Sparc Ribs' 20c Rib Roast. 1 CITY i TWN M-ss Fein contributed piano numbers and Mis Corey reo-lings. It was al together a very hopit",ble evennni and dainty rfrshrr.en! were er', e.i slid the youiift folks participated in danctr.K before the time arrived t..; departure to the respective horn -A moat cordial welcome has been ex tended to Flev. Fr. Moif's in his nw f.eld of n s n 1 1-1 1 PKTTY TH1KVF." HI V. I'ett'. thieves are about again and ii,;?n -epoits 0:110 in from th south side of town, one ws at 4.r?l Obott i.venue wiier,- the invaders entered at the early lin.i of three o'clock and ransacked the ho ise but found notli-!n.-C Hiey eared to ink. They made entrv throch windows. ntlici near ';.' houses were looted and it is 1 -Hived to be the work of the san e dp redators. In some, tnstuncea they took valuables or whatever they could lev hands on but t is believed they were frightened away from the Johnson houce at the above adorers by mem bers of the family having: been awak ened. The ladies of St. Allan's church have everthirg- in readiness to entertain at their cotillion party tomorrow ever.ms at the Odd fellow's hall in Michi an avenue. The lead of the cotillion is an nounced promptly at i o'clock. il'.is rei:.A j laze brook bus taken n po sition with the Central Ihuij- Co. a? their cashier. Mrs. IVarl McStsy and her daaghtet I'hjllis arc coming Irom riowaijiac. Mu-h.. to be guests of !.r. and Mr.-. Vcls Stenberg of ivy etr-e f,,,- a fw days. E. S. Tolntie of peti-oit. Mtch . is ,-. Ruest at the i Uaskey home on i;im st Mr. ana Mrs. W. H. Babcock. Mr. and 1,500,000 MEN KILLED. Tranca Has I,ot Eqnal Numbar Wounded. NEW TOniv 1 ranee In four ;.ears of conflict, to preserve iir own liberty and that of the world. ao-.Tdiug to Andre Tardie. French hijth commis sioner to the t'nited States, has i,...'t 1 cOO.OOtv jni-n killed and almost ns ma.iy wounded. America owes France a J. bt of prtJtitude not only ,or this Rreat nc rifice. but also for the reported savin of thousands of Hve in this count rv due to the discovery by French peasants of a perfect remedy for stomach an,! ' intestinal ailments, the ingredients of which are imported from France by j lito. VI. Mayr. a lesdins Chicago Chemist w ho sells It in America, under th n.unr I of M'lyr's Wonderful Bemedv . It is a simple, harmless preparation iivi 'i from the intestinal tract and alia; j the ! inflammation which causes practically ; all stomach, liver and intestinal ail ments, including appendicitis, one. dose, will convince or money refunded. Sum mers Pharmacy. Kidiceley Iruit Store in f'lsry. Central D'.'un Store m Indiana Hsrbor and druists everywhere. --Adv. iVo. TO is o yse where I I : M ill"-, 1 i 1 i. ol I. I' ' Hl't k ? Lb - - i. Ur' I.- -V : 1 i. -.V.-i!. J-iii. ! r.'VZ9MH&l& .-n ' II ' 1 I I I v ' V. c J 1 -r . r "iecl Pl.l"r . J - ,1 1 11 r. ' V s- jr-t w .-w r -r J ,) sN- - '-' K-'J JZ 'vKsy.Jfe 5 V i- -y - , - .c-. ".y rf , -i.f'e . v -s SZTr ' i ff tliiiiln ' ' l tiipil Rk!i'iLiwya--,iiu,l!i,g , y gsiirMliiJMtlr g No. 102 No. 60 IfcT' 1 URGES RACING TO IMPROVE HORSES tJ.StyT . .. , 4 & X , - rl h h -1 1 i ) ' 1 H e. - t . r.'ivl, c v. - A v ' 1 Major August Belmont. Major August BelnH'iit. chairman nf the Jockey club, rccotstly re:ur:u-l from abroad. He - llnr.ly con vinced of the nf-i-esshy for raciie as sn essential in the ii-:provcmftit of the horse product of the country, lie locks for a renewal ci" racing abroad. Mi V.'SU- .n. I Tin oil, ,r-- Barr will 01, pari ; and sec the p. 1 : . t tl,.- I'd;, nip!"' Thca 1 r. c f ill up. Atior.ie-- umi Mrs 1 1 ff I will !i-ai a i t ic : : relat 1 v ns of M r - t 'ri ; Mr, l-V.-iiikliii Hal" r also l.tr. Fau! Model. Mr- . ' 'tut e, v. bo i' Delphi. lll'i.. v.h. ! la 1. since hi r-' 1 a - 'ii' 1 1 : . orp af l-'ort , . S. -r ;a a srad-rn.- ..f ih. llOla l. lit tl! 1 O i i- i,e. .M . -. .1. Han- a rd -.f i ii' of Mr.-. 1 'hutis Tc,-.kn air uv-mt.-. h la - A nic'tmc of he Id by tic iub tomorrove : tin- h-.i.i. : x a.rr.-t. M 1 1 1 tl 11 1 ,'.- s- No. 20 portable fire and for there is no fire place W," - I - ' " V- 'Ll J1 - Northern Indiana Gas &. Electric Company 571. So. Hohman Street, Hammond, Ind. Ibbiii.'ou .,f Inl:anapiMi!- ihe ,Hir.:y food 4-o;,fe- ;i ' b. it. ill!- i:t.- h ..f li' 1 , 'he;.- ; I, . !;!.; I'M rl : : ;-a ; e 1 e'-tinl ' 1 : -' h: 1 o . and ai o p. ;l. - o: .'. rf - i ! t h i : 1: t 0 ; ! .Mi". Waln-r i-'iank. b.;!ijio i..,rtak.- (V - , . ; r ; . -5 - I ! .li-.ps :. t ; in 'la M, V;. . ':cu h s V I . .hurco id . id. -t shii.i c. !li- -. Bla.lC. 1 ;. . e- I . T,i" re i d .-'! ei 1 ; ; I ,. , 1 . , to no on, h afi.-t n 1 I v.,o(c- iii.: --,' i'i m k 1., ;- mother .- .1. mise h-eli o.-i-.it 1, , , w i- k.- .;. Ti !i. ; te v. a t,i. .- ars of a s. cl s , li.ee . M ,1 -e J 'S lupilrl, li'-J- ' ' o'd la to,- . 1 a l,..;--..ii-t! 111 j ': . aio vl- ' c- eouid bf (4 1 v n :-l" - ! I a::c). -I,,!, in her ma'ad, Hbe wa- , s. .1 av.a- C. . di.--s.lav 'I'll- lileesn- f the r nn'ii.s took pl.-o-c at St. M irv - j li'ir. h ; ':!!; fay. 1 duvenib i.!!c -:s and then fond moth- ' r v r. nl . : .-. mod a i the horn- of M . fiit. r Wat is ' -1 o 1 da 111 ! iirafior : " M 1 -1 1 M - i ; 1 ' - fit -.1 birthday .. !--: !.! d in 011 : ' . t - t !.- ; r Inn: a u i . i .' ' ' 1 'a .in i !n- ;;:n -c ' --- and t la' ; c 1 .: .s .-i.ti- . n 1.0. .,( There was th 1 - .'.-.. ... an o,u.Ks.erS and r' ;i:FfRSTCAIUMETi it! -TRIIANIl V J r a-s rf v tin v-11 a ii Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 is! it i E0ND3 THAT PAY SEVEN PER CENT T'i'.- li.ink or!'o-s 5.311. i'tui Sl.fi'in Firs. Mm : '.;;o- P.or-'-: 1.1 n incon': 1" oi'iii" ;irit"ri 1 'us 'f.lllio- - w 0 () ( ; V ( - .Cm a;,, ouad.s ! r. i::5 inr : h : i !i3i si li : li ii EAST CHICAGO INDIANA M . 1M3JANA U ?! : "s"--- ..- s. ti If -' pi "v3etT'4 sj.jjr,s" ih 1 mu ' iii i!lj;gjLSifll:l I r Isigi ilS H ' -. . . .- - . - e- i , . ' ' i Wonderful NevDiscovery in House Heating RADIANT HEAT ON TAP YOU LIGHT THE CAS AND Results so astcnishins you cr.n hardly believe it. A TON OF COAL ,j9 vnr T A.'TJ . V: V. ' V V . Vi 1 ' .-. i l I ( ' N Vvr t i WUHL r.iVTimrsfrrtri I fry! I I C5 ivMtMOiWil WILL HEAT LARGEST LIVING ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE FOR 2 TO 3 CENTS per hour on City Gas or 1 Cent on Natural Gas. Saves your Coal Pile--Saves Lighting your Furnace for two months in Fall and Spring and b in direct accord with the United States Fuel Administration for Conservation cf Coal. Absolutely Odorless Th- Humphrey Radiantfire instill-d according to our direction is absolut-jy and positively odorless arid so pronounced is this that where this statement is doubted, vc arc euthorized by the manufacturers, th? General Gas Light Company, Kala mazoo, Mich., to refund the purchase price if the slightest odor can be detected. Step Into Our Show Room and See This Wonderful Device Demonstrated th Bar- . jV-.i;;.' 1- ; 1:,;. an.; lie;, ;, ; buraing j ill n-all themselves of nn eurly ! ' cMes t. - ': b-a-jty of it all. ; uortuultv. There Is a clioiee to he ! '-' l-o. r i-f.oo! i.b l n r- ro' 1 i.-.i 1 "' (..v n oaiur. Mi, ' ' ' -!--.ti- ! . :". 1 Uie 1 1 . t ;,.! rl v , rtis. bl- j H B 1-1 K I P M .-as.. lO'-iaix h re.v-i,e.l Its rtirlri lor the orphans of Calumet. t b- riio; Millinery ::ml ii slioalnc some held at Bust hlcuco Masonic lmple Mr, .-hi,. ;,- winter slock oflnnoary T.tb. Hrjt f imile s"piHe.l Ulo.'H K l.ein.i .lose,! out n t remark- j it mi f 1 a 11 ce ill door 5'c per person. . 1 1 -Ij!.i lov pi i. l-s. 'Ihere is a liei'i.led Iwi arm m I w r$ Successor to 4401 FORSYTH AVE. EAST Groceries Hi ( ) '( 'i tck '! If.1, bet' HuiC 'I.M-k (..'.tl'l't-.-. j.f i!csl l5UU'llt .'(! ice. M ! per 1!) Webster Br;nid Hi nu' We iM'aits, -;ni Hiiliit Peas. 2 rails for Kioiso Pork and i M ans I 25c! J $ ; Oscar Mavers l.:k and t Scans. tor. . . licans 25e Pouh-vard Slnvil.b-d i Piiieapnle. lb. can - ! ?lajfli- Brand Cherries E? .1 1 . - 1.. o1Hcs . ! (Junker Oat c 15c , , . , . . rs , 1 -n rivani r;;t1 lbc 1 1-1 Wo drS33 our c.vn Poultry. All on Prompt Delivery LIKE HOT WATER ARE WARM INSTANTLY The Coal Problem Solved CAN PER MONTH. iiil is n u n Aii rv s .is .-vrx-v ' i I I J- -it ! c !..') ' liansie In he new NpokPrr arriving all 1 and ii Is on display non. Imf ntorr of folks J frrlnim be n decided mvlnc in ' ' 1 ; - i ;il!ars oml rfl, anil alert la?i . t.t thr- vtntn or mure artistic !'" ' v,Mi T!1h prices coni.st',t -with o. W. H. Born. PHONE -1038. CHICAGO. MEATS. A No. 1 Pot Roast 126' Fine Nat:ve Rib h.ast.2S' 'omitry Drossctl Lean .Juicv Jjoilin- Peef Veal Roasi 30r Pork Loins, small ;;ni1 Lean i-fe'" I'ork Shoulder, Boston stvle 261"" Meatv Snare. Ribs. . .17V' iOC,. . ' , 3r I i)i'iim !,amo imasi . iOsear Slaver Pure Lard. (per lb , 10 lbs, i.0'). Armour's Paeon . . . I'lniure Rib Brisket Bacon G2r 12r Native Round Steak .. .33c Home Cured alt Pork Sc Our Home Made Pork Sau t;re is delicious, per ib.30c our Meats are First Class. Made. SAVE II i Oil Mop 9-icll0 to 12 lbs 37c mi