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Friday, March 14, 1919.
THE TIMES. LABOR CONFERENCE OF WORLD FOR U.S. Washington Chosen, for the Scene of International Meeting in October. (By Interactional news Srric.) PAICIS. March 14. The first meeting of the International LaVr conference. Instituted under th auspices of the IJLaco conference, will be held in Wash ir.ton in October if the United States government will consent to convene it. uncording- to the following communique Issued today: The twenty-first and twenty-second meetings of the committee on Interna tional labor lKilation. took place un dr the presidency of Samuel Gompers Thursday. The third readlny of the British draft of the JsIh-t convention was completed with the exception of two articles nn which final decision was Page Seven. deferred until Monday. Tlis commis sion proceeded to discuss arrangements for the first meeting of tha Interna tional Labor conference in October and decided to recommend that it should be held in Washington, if the government of the L'niied Htates would consent to convene it. The necessary preparationa will be placed in the hands of ao International committee. WORKERS TO GET PIECE OF HUN GUNS Liberty Loan Aids Will Be Awarded Medals Made of Cannon. An interesting announcement from Washington, in connection with the coming Victory Loan campaign. I' that the workers in the Victory drive will be awarded med.ils mad-; from captured German cannon. An official message to this effect was received from the treasury department by Ban F. McCutcheon, publicity direc tor of ttie Liberty Loan organisation, of the seventh federal reserve district of which this city is a. part. Tha text of the message follows: "You are at liberty to make, full usa of the announcement that the treasury department will award medals made from captured German cannon to all workers during the Victory Liberty Loan campaign. The medal is tha aiie of a half dollar and contains on one side a reproduction of the treasury building and on the tranverse side a certification of loan participation. Space is left for engratng the name of the recipient." "I heartily approve of this action of the government in casting honor medals made from German cannon to award Victory Liberty Loan workers," said Charles TL Schweppe, director of cam paign for the seventh federal reserve district. "It supplies an added incentive to supreme endeavor and surely will have a good effect that will be shown in increased sales. The awarding of theac medals from cannon captured from the foe should result in bringing us a full complement of workers." Are you reading The Times? ir in C31tOL8S from the hands of the makers to you. Clothes which assure more service dollar for dollar. Comfort and good appearance every step of the way is. certain in wearing Max Levin's fine hand tailored clothes. Put them to the test wherever you may. Their endurance is like that of a conquering army. Besides neat appearance and long, satisfactory wear, our clothes cost less. Choice spring lines are now ready. Best attention by expert litters. Max Levin Company Clothiers and Tailors 145 E. STATE STREET, HAMMOND, IND. PHONE 676. Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. LEAGUE SENTIMENT GROWING IN U. S., SAYS WICKERSHAM 1 . ;!.;.. GvoTf W. Wickersham. "Ther-a is undoubtedly a wide spread sentiment throughout the United State in favor of the forma tion of a league of nations," gays George W. Wickersham, U. S. attor ney general during Taft's adminis tration. And he gives the following as one of the reasons why this senti ment exists: "The peace which has been ton bv the sword will be of little value ami the sacrifice which America has made will be in vain, unless the nations which have effectively combined to resist the menace of Teuton domina tion shall continue in close associa tion to safeguard the peace and pros perity of the world." GKEKN'SBUR'3 The Decatur Coun ty Food Production Committee com posed of a farmer from each township elected at tha county war conference In 191S will hold a general meeting of j all farmers in Decatur county March ! 15th. NEURALGIC PAINS BTv Way to Soothing; Hamlin Wizard Ol! TAILORED AT FASHION PARK BaSBBHBBinBMaaaMaMHHM ei THE T R A P L E Y men demand that a garment for business or sport retain its good lines during active service: the bell-dell sleeve permits free use of the arms without disturbing the lines of the garment, a raglan back and straight- up english shoulders heighten the STYLE EFFECT. HARNESS STITCHED THROUGHOUT READY- TO - PUT- ON CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT THE ANNOYANCE OF A 'TRY- ON NAGOEf MAN TWO STORES 564 Hohman Street Near State Michigan Avenue at Fir Street HAMMOND' INDIANA INDIANA HARBOR' IND. STOP CATARRH! OPEN NOSTRILS AND HEAD t Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Kelieres Head-Colds at Once. If your nostrils are clogged and your head is stuffed and you can't breathe freely because of a cold or catarrh, just get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm at any drug- store. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic cream into your nostrils and let it penetrate through every air passape of jour had, soothing and hf-aling the inflamed, swol len mucous membrane and you get in stant relief. AhT how good It fcc!. Tour nostrils are opmi. jour hr;td is clear, no irrnro hawking. snu:Tllng, blowing; no more headache, dryness or struggling for lrwith. Ely's Cream Balm is just what s-rfTerers fr-jm JiCH-i colds and catarrh. It's a delight Adv. The Great Effect War Has Had on Men's Styles; A common point of d'.cu.?ion I anion?: soldiers who are returning! from the Old World is the element, o'f ' style which played fui.-h an important part in the clothes worn by the of ficers of the. European armies. Upon ; the arrival of our men In France 1 there was a noticeable rise In the d-mand-for tuni--s having more swank, and better fitting power. The privates! no le? than the ofiiceis were quick t- notice, that in ths European ar mies inure regard was Rsvtn to the et-up of the uniform. This condition lias without doubt, trade a marked impression on all men who have returned and the influence Is felt among; all men for style and its needfulness, jald Nagdeman, of Nagdeman's Clothing- Store. In the larger - ities the custom tailors have adoplcd straidht-up shoulders and flat back, high waistline and deep vents. The origin of nil these features can be directly traced to military uni forms. 3-14-1 DYER NEWS Hamlin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effective treatment for headache and neuralffi- Rubbed in where the pain is, it acts as a tonic to the tortured net-res and almost invariably brings quick relief. Its healing, antiseptic qualities can always be relied upon to prevent in fection, or other serious results, from sprains, bruises, cuts, burns, bites and stings. Just as good, too, for ore feet, stiff neck, frost bites, coli sores and canker sores. Get it from druggists for 30 cents. If not satisfied return the bottle and ftt your money back. Ever constipated or have sick headache? Just try Wizard Liver Whips, pleasant little pink pills, 30 t cents. Guaranteed. .Mrs. E. J. Phillips has filled the vacancy left by Mis Z. Davis, teach ing the primary grades. Mrs. Marry Schalier and Ruth Schal ler were shopping in Hammond Tues day. ConiunHy meeting will be held on Tuesday. March 18th. A very inter esting program will be given. Mr. Mi-s-jn of Purdue will give a short talk on "Home Gardening." Eantern slides of t'nited States forests will be shown. We hope t-j s e more oi-1 folks at our meeting. Farmers ought to attend thse meetings and show more inter est in them than they have been doing because to make a success of thes meetings we need the entire commu nity to work together. We hope to see you all Tuesday night. March IS. The high School Literary SocUty riit Tuesday night at the high school buildinsr. The Seniors entertained the high school pupils and teachers and serveed a fine luncheon. ia.mes weis plnyed and everybody eneJoyeJ tliem-selves. OF COURSE WILLARD DENIES (By International Htwi Ssrvlce.) KANSAS CITV. Mo., March 13. When informed today by the Interna tional News Service over 1-ng distance telephone of the accusation made by Jack Johnson in Havana that lie 'Johnson) had laid down to Willard in their bout at the Cuban metropoli tan April 5. 1313. and that the fight was a fake. Jess Willard Issued the following statement from his home In Lawrence. Kansas: "I consider Johnson's Imputation a huge joke. From what I have gleaned from press reports, the negro is down find out and anxio-.n to get back into the rin? to mako another big- haul. I ran truthfully say that my victory over Johnson was clean cut and if there was anything1 pre-arranged it was wholly unknown to me. I fought my best and as all critics who witness ed the battle will agree, the best man Take The Times and keep touch with the whole world. in Millar's Antlssptlo OIL Known as Will Postlvsly Relieve Pain In Tw Minutes. Try it right now for Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Lumbago. , sore, stiff and swollen joints, pains in the head, back and limbs, corns, bunions, etc. After one application pain usually disappears as if by magic. A new remedy u-ed infernally and ex ternally for I'ourhH. t'olds. Croup. Sore Ihrf-at. IHptherla and Tonsilitis. This oil is conceded to be the most penetrating remedy known. Its prompt, and immediate effect in relieving pain is due. to tht? fact that it penetrates to the affected parts at once. As an illustra tion, pour 10 drops on the thickest piece of sole leather ami it will penetrate this substance through and through In three minutes. Accept no substitute. This great oil Is golden red color only. Every Bottle guaranteed HOc. 60c and $1 a bottle or money refunded. Get it at Kaufinann & Wolf exclusive ly. Adv. iiwp-li !m ''. mu mr iiiijihjijju,hii wii n wuun IP i;" 1 asft ktiVWi" V t 4 'hsj VtiWfir'iTlMMM Jk IrThe Music I-iart W. E. & F. H. Rextrew p."4 15-1 State St. Hammond, Ind. If r Keane's Military School For Dancing ORPHEUM HALL 152 State Street, Hammond, Indiana Phone a3l'b'. -Monday Evening, .March 17 Special St. -Patrick's Party. Favors distributed at 9:150. Tuesday Evening Private class for married and business men and women. Thursday Evening Fox Trot and One Step. Saturday Evening Select Assembly. Private lessons from 9 A. M. to 10 P. M. Lady and Gentleman Assistants. Music by Stewart-Branch Syncopated Society Orchestra. You will find the best- music and the cleanest dancing in Hammond at Orpheum Hall. ESTABLISHED 1883 OAKLEY 82-584 -v;:osite Pcstoffice, A Mil hm ZfZZ M hi - IP"1, ten Wl SLIGHTLY USED tBRftHBVS 2i-MS anil S,"5fw.rii y A Modest Payment Down Delivers A Player Piano to Your Home Today AVENUE Hammond t&wmPd J ''x- f.";2 PKSf S Tho above cut Illustrates cr.e of the beautiful targalna we ar offaring during this aa!e. Look at itl Nctica the beautiful deiign! Comes in oak, mahogany and walnut. Beautiful tone. OPEN SATURDAY TILL 10 P. M. LIBERTY BONDS ARE ACCEPTED THE SAME AS CASH Sale Coses Sa.. 10 c m. I SPECIAL A WEEK " Open Every Evening Till 9 O'clock Anion? the well Know n makes included In this sale are the following: Kimball $65 Hallet & Davis 150 Player Piano 195 Gabler&Son 140 Putnam 50 Shoninger 65 Hall 25 Story & Clark 210 Johnson 125 Underwood 160 Royal 115 Schiller 25 Hardman 1C0 Schubert 115 Kenmore 148 There are doiens of others: in fact, any make you prefer, and at any price you wish to pay. Story & Glarls P anos and Player Pianos Sale of discontinued styUs. These pisnos have nerer been off of our f.ooY and are brand new in erery respect. We csnnot use them as our regular catalogue pianos ssd -will include tfcem In this special sale as follows: Story & Clark Pianos Regular retail catalogue priosa. $400, $450 and $500. These pianos are the very bet money can buy. Made of tha finest material and workmanship. Guaranteed 25 years. To go cn sale tomorrow at $240 $275 $290 Our Live and Let Live Policy Extended time In case of sickness or unemployment. We Employ No Collector Thus our prices and terms are lower than any other house who keep an arm? of collectors on their pay roll. USED PIAYER PIAKOS $1.50 Per Week Five Player Pianos, all 88-note. play en tire key board, mark ed down to this spe cially low price, S300 Bush & Lane 88 Four Player -:anos, ued short time only, an unusual bargain at :his very low pries S275 Five beau'iful mahog any $500 Player Pianos, play entire keyboard; marked for this sale at S335 Note Latest Model Player Pianos, $550 to $1,000 Bush & Lane, Pianos & Players Established 1883. 582-584 OAKLEY AVENUE WILFRED HUGHES. Proc HAMMOND. Opposite Postoffice. OPEN SAT. EVENING TILL 10. OPEN SAT. EVENING TILL 10. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES