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THE TIMES. Wednesday. April 23. 191D. Tndiana Items j GIRLS! DRAW A MOIST CLOTH THROUGH HAIR, DOUBLE ITS BEAUTY w J A Seven trees have been j d at the 1-ndosa (fniftory in j of t'r. srvm men fmm this town ost their lives in the war with j Harttiska. aril there will be initiation. There will be no entertainment but a luncheon will be served. .Mrs. Robert Aiohl?on and daughter, Akhcs, of I.nke avenue were Hammond visitor!" Sunday. II..iHNn Knishts of rythlas tii Th rd I ist rii t of Indiana, whii'it !r!.tii Iv.-H' ! te and Michigan '.ty. ' 1 held the annual district, meet- I ir.ff in ;n' city today. ST. pn, - A Prtlar.d-fli'nA cow. own-'il !y i:ny Pierce, who lives j i.-t i'-rthivrst of Sv. Paul, si t the h'srhest -o;d for hoi? production :n th' see- l it of tiie state when she became the i'."ih' r of twenty-one p'ss. Nnm.KPVIl-T.B The county e- :n r', o-T Rush co i n ( y h.is t e in po i-.'i r i 1 v passed an appropriation for $5."H for tee ejf. th-ri of" a new t :n;y t ---or a-y-east pf this eity in til- near fit- l .: : e. P 'UTT.ANO The 'an-np week 1n t.-.is ;-, which has been set for this "K. ba been :!! pon-d until next v e. k, !. ,-ri.-v '" the ietcn-y I.iherty !..,n vii ;v , u h;eh is und-r way this v, i k. iUiOMIXtiTON Captain Campbell j he. who h.id the ehare of military t in'nr nt Indiana Fni versMy, when t war i as .'. ; -i rod. Iium been pro :'. 1 i.i initai er-Kenernl, accord ins? i w ..i . revived lin e. P' P.T7.A T Approximately seven t. is;i!id dolors v ; U be spent by the i '! h'ithhI Oid'T K.ialfs for the oon- ert'iis o" tii. i-' bmbiina here into one the finest e: ihrooma in the state of l-dara. i Try this ! Hair gets thick, I glossy, wavy and beautiful ! at Once. I mined in te V Vri! c rt:i m Tha t "s the joy of it. 1'onr hair becomes liht, vnvy fluffy, abundant and appears as soft. lustrous and beautiful as a yourifj Sill's after a IhiniiTinn hair cleanse. Just try tins moisten a cloth with a !'!;!' Pandemic ml caret u'!y draw it through your h;iir. taking one small Mratid at a lime. This will cleanse the hair of dust. iirt. or -xcessie oil, nod in just a few no -men's you have diubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful sun-rise n,i;s th-.e whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, fide-1, dry. bri't'e or thin. Besides beautify ing the hair. Patiderme dissolves pv.-ry parti-'ie of dandruff: cleanses, putties and Invigorates the scalp, forever stop ping itohint? and falling: hair, but what w'l pba.-e you io"st will be after a f u- weeks' use, when you see new hair line and downy at first yes tmt really new hair Rrowins? all oyer the scalp. If you care for pretty, soft hair, and lots of it, surely net n small bottle of Knoa lton's Iaiub-i me from any drug s'ore or t-.-i'.et counter for a few cents. Adv. GREAT LAKES SAILOR CONFESSES INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE fllli'.VUO, April 23. .lames Otto Iandride, of Greenleaf. Okla., a Bail or at the Oreat Uakes naval training stat o n. confessed tolay to navftl in telligence officers that he and Joseph Ab-vander, another sailor from De troit, stole $1.;!50 in Liberty bonds and ?Soft ;n rash from a safe in the office of the naval relief society at Great J ,a k e s A'exandf r denies beinpr implicated In tiie rot-hery. JAPS MAY WITHDRAW. ( INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE1 t.ONlN. April 23. The Japanese delegates have resolved to withdraw from the peace conference if their de mand for K:ao t'hau is not satisfied before the Germans arrive at Verseal les. a.-eordintr to an Exchange Tele siapli dispatch from Paris today. The .Japanese, say's the correspondent, are insisting upon an immediate decision. RIOT IN "BLACK BELT" IN CHICAGO F INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE CHICAGO, April 23. A "riot detail" of one hundred policemen ate today on duty in Chicago's "black belt" on the South-. Side to prevent -a renewal of hostilities between white and. ne gro reaidente of the section during which one negro was pro-bably fatally shot and more than a score of whites and negroes injured last night. The trouble started'when several ne Rio boys attacked five white young siers playinsr in the street early in the evening. Parents of the white boys protested to the negroes and a score or more fights in which clubs, bricks and guns were freely used, followed, ending only when the police reserves were rushed to ihe scene and arrested fifteen. Buy your children Victory Lib erty Bonds. JC'XTl.V- ;ton A committee of vm prominent H-intineton county o.-n have bet n named to assist in the v r ic-ming home of the l.'Oth field a i :'! y. the Indiana regiment in the 1 - j .ti io v d : v i ion. htrop.T?: -..n5ressman Hi-key v '! bf Th principal speaker at the e.r- !. ir.d-edth anniversary- ceiebration i ' the oil-i Kellows. which will be held hre April iS. rtr.AZItj As a snecial feature in the Y'.-tcry ln drive in Clay Co. i let;,chmnt of Woild War Verterans ' i 1 at tend ineetints to be held in the - ---r:y every n:ght next week in the Cnit'd States trti n.. BhoOMINi-.TON' The state high hcoi oratorical contest will he l;el April ;,. with a preliminary con in the afternoon, in which thir ror.testanta wiil take par:. roc-Jersey Swine Breeders' tton was formed. Associa - f ROBERTSDALE HI'N'TIXGTOX At a recent meet 'Z of hog breeders of th Hjnting--n riistrir-j an organisation to be niiivn as the Huntington District Du- fa v I Lh III I ; I 111 RAIN IS YOUR FRIEND Put it to work says the National Wzr Garden Commission, of Wash ington, which will send yon a garden book for a two-cent stamp to pay rosuge. Miss Helen Buell of Indiana boule vard visited at th Miers home in E. Side Sunday. The Indies Bib Class wil hold a business and social meeting at the home of Mrs. George Slack of Pearl st. Thursday evening. All members are ureed to be present. Mr. and Mrs. William Starring of Indiana blvd. motored to Chicago on S : nday . If. B. Sternby of Chicago transacted bus nes. in Kobertsdale Tuesday. The Ladies Aid of the Evangelical church are giving an Apron Sale and a Bake Sale Thursday, April 24. Mrs. George Slack of Pearl etreet. and Mrs. Richard Fehrman of Myrtle avenue were Hammond visitors Mon day. Miss Bessie Bemley of Indiana blvd , was the guest of Mrs. Hattie Willis at her home in West Pullman. Sunday. Mrs. John 1-arson and daughter, El sie of Jjake avenue visited at the home of Mr.". Johnson of East Side Su-cday. Mrs. T. W. Kohr and daughter, K tao. of Indiana blvd, were Hammond v.sitors Sunday. Miss Alvina Breckman, of Chicago, is visiiiiiK' at the home of her brother. Herman Breckman, of th9 West Tal k addition. Miss Eda Koman of Indiana boule vard was a Chicago visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Vis and family of Myr tle venue visited friends In Hammond Sunday. O. Ij. Brown, of Indiana boulevard, returned home Monday after visitine at the home of his mother, at Indi anapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Breckman of I.umbard. Illinois, were the guests of the latter's mother. Mrs. Ehlers, of Myrtle avenue Sunday. At the regular meetlnsf of the Woai nns" Benefit Association Wednesday evening at tiie I. O. O. V. hall the hattcr wMl be draped for Mrs. .las. LOOK FOR f THR FED BALL l TRADE MARK mm lShootnSl?kIiril a PIMPLY??, ELL, DON'T BE! People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets A pimply face will not embarrass you much longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin should begin to clear after you have taken the tablets a few nights. Cleanse the blood,the bowels and the liver with Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets, the suc cessful substitute fcr calomel; there's never any sickness or pain after taking them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do that r.'hich calomel does, and just effectively, but their action is gentle and safe instead of severe and irritating. Ho one who takes Olive Tablets is ever cursed with "a dark brown taste," a bad breath, a dull, listless, "no good" feeling, constipation, torpid liver, bad disposition or pimply face. Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets are a purely vegetable compound mixed with olive oil; ycni will know them by their olive color. Dr. Edwards spent years among pa tients afflicted with liver and bowel complaints, and Olive Tablets are the immensely effective result. Take one or two nightly for a yreek. See how much better you feel and look, 10c and 25c per box. All druggists. Jiff j iV-" l. t'wHg 'The Star of the Hour! Why Mmy? First Reason: County, and re sltouid patiarjiB&lIcraze Second Reason Jt isnde of the best material money Third Reason IrL&jrrast up to date shop, by the best workinanship. POWERFUL PILE t -r ' i lT ' '.$fj 'i (-ffl ff-'i- fx ..y-rtCV-' b ourth WMch la iha best j-aasnri that can ba offered It fa Tssccrth" mors fiiaa most breads and cosfs tb msxx-BuszJhzi By;JACK IAIT Startsf In'Afer Sundays CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE REMEDY DISCOVERED DON'T LET IT STOP YOU Nothing could stop the boys at Chateau Thierry, says the National War Garden Commission, of Wash ington, so get into the war for food. "I Cured Myself of Tufesrcalcsis' SO Pounds. v-i TT'.i.'-i-..''"'" -: 183 Fcuncls. B ery suff. r er f roni We:i k 1 .tings e . y - 0 n - a ft" I o t ed with chronic ooueh . shots id read this re niurkabb; li i s -lory of a druc gist, mt lifted with TubeK-u-1"S. v ho experi mented on him self, soekirg a load to '!.- i , i o. "V" i t h. his si Uii-Ie 1 ' -a ' mont 3 n y "'iijth - rnck-d. tortured person, m y l.r.'i u'-iiek relief in a hoinn t realm e u t . Soe'thins. Pioas !int ; a ii y e. n ri;y us.-. i sp-i- r !;.- 1 1 dir. e lions. .Ins! send )i a in e and ad- iresv o ii post er 1-rJ t.) APDI- LINK, 2 1 :: 1 I'nidtal Trust 1-! I d e. i ,'olum bus, Ohio. Mmm JTerr Vailed to Ttni Wct Cbttn.t CiMt at File la w Days. FV-r years It has been proved that so called external remedies applied to or Inserted in the rectum cannot cure piles, and at the best can only R've temporery relief. Surgical optrationa also do not rerffova this cause, but simply the forma tion. This wonderful prescription, known as M'.ro Pil Remedy, is so efficient in the treatment of pl'ss. that even chronic cases of from i0 to 30 years standing with profuse bleeding- have been com pletely cured in from th-ee to ten days. Think of i-' Jut a few doses of a carefully hflie.nced prescription and the most, persistent case of piles Is ab sorbed., never to return. Just read what Henry J. Stor.e of the txirsin, Ohio. Fire llepartment says: "I had bldlnp and protruding piles for three years and tried all kir of rermOles without result, but v thor ough )v cured after takii'K one bottle of Miro." Frank T Phillips of Bird Island, Min nesota, rays: I us-d half a bottle nf Miro. It worked liAa a charm. I n loniter suf fer with bleeding and rrotruding piles. I neer regretted the rnor.ev for such bTeeiuuK -s I m now enjoyir.g. I would have ui'Ki the whole bo'.!, but it was not necessary." All pharmacists dispense Miro or can frt it for you on s'uor notice. Sure'v i''s worth the l'ttl trouble to obtain it to h ri-.t of piles forever. IM POHTANT: What is known as itchinr piles ere not piles in the true ssnse of the word, althrugh this condi tion hit accompeny a true case of plies. For this condition Miro FUe Ointment haJ been prenared. as in sucli cases it is r.-t nnw.rv 'o take tlm Internal pre-scrii-'.i'.-Ailr. SHRINE WEEK DE LUXE THEATRE -X) 1m 17) Prizes (livon Away, at the 'J, 7 and !) o'clock ! shows. We are experienced, and know how to give service to the owners of Ford cars. We have the same methods, machinery and skill that they hare in the Ford Fac tory, and we use the same Parte made by the Ford Motor Company. Ford owners are doubly guaranteed by us as to the re liability of our service on Ford cars. Don't try to do it yourself, bring your car here. Incidentally we are getting a few Ford cars and are able to make fairly good de liveries. Touring Car, $525; Runabout, $500; One Ton Truck Chassis, $550; Coupe, $650; Sedan, $775. These prices f. o. b. Detroit. Bunnell . Auto Sales Company GART 6th Ave. and Mass Phone 1470. HAMMOND BOS S HOHMAN ST. Phones: 650-651. G It I ' I if hi .. -yirirtptj . ft -y I I I sK-isrr -..-sAJJfei' ' ill II 7p. f lSTfcoeLisiDa Til vJM Every day you may hear or read of an automobile accident, a fire, a col lision, a theft, a personal injury. There is no insurance against accidents, no preventive. But .you can escape the financial loss which usually results by protecting yourself with our policies. Don't take any chances. Insure your car against possible accident or damage. It is good business. It is common sense. We offer the necessary policies. Our rates are low. Safety, Service and Feonomv is our motto. Let us explain our plan before you place your risk. Auto Owners Protective Exchange KANKAKEE, ILLINOIS. !i !l BEN LYNCH, Manager, Lowell. Phone 38. J. C. MILLER, East Chicago. 4404 Northcote Ave. Phone 649-M. C. E. BLACK, Crown Point. FRANK J. WACHEWICZ Oakley and Plummer Ave., Hammond. Phone 1617. J. L. JOHNSON, 2377 Wash St., Gary. Phone Gary 2925. NICHOLAS AUSTGEN, Dyer. i Read THE TIMt S ai All I imes To N'T FAIL le attee Quo jpo TA Ifo . TTT) tt Given IT? tU ft(Tir fn n ; tl fr ei if0 t? t f ssm Bv u-aSJi i' it a t ivMiii tm j uaii th; and imoiid Soldiers' Sailors' Club 8. ii I ff-fs imz h 1 sag o a Atsril 25th jfs m tJ 13 U EVERYBODY WELCOME! '1 Hi i S3 i i !