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THE TIMIgl Friday, April 23, 102n r 1 r .-, i h frit! S lrO w a -A HtAT OUT iwDiGESTOWy FINANCIAL CAMPAIGN FOR WEEK (Continued from page one.) At STATE CAPITAL ) f .ir: is. i.il K.I d ' 1 i - An pru- i s of onferenoe w i: h the '! St Til 1V. : - I' "MIC l'!'UUs!lt h-'rt i uo of (as i " t o inn k k':i3 r- cess s f I nd in tm i it t , r Ya vn v: t- ! i Indiana : ! :hn: Hi.1 only i- st rlmis re-n-'ihods of -iv- t ri.-i t Imliina . 11 C down i he been O 13ELL-ANS Hot watar -H Sure Relief PE LL-APSS SPOR INOIGCSTION 1 . cent oil it now seem present slur.diird of gas Ifl.lt t Tl 'l,;rn will have tn The chief rc.4i'!i j;ien ace is thi' in reason use that if the is maintained i be increas--1, for t he shori -f t he automo bile, 'era lino -;."!!; -rs il'ivo found WHS of Kuik" t e Rats oil .mil nmkiiiK fcaso Ihe ji-ts men said. Pries iherc is some u n f rsren relief, .- til. '11 predict. tlo- q'l.lll'v of til" s wiU h; vp liern lowered, 'he price .ne reused, and tlirn there is some dsnK'r of t)ie Coin pail ies heitlK able to .-t the oil. As most city dwellers (Upend on Ks for .unkiiii; and other domestic uses the ijueMieri is Hoarded OS ftta-.o. .V national movement was started at iii- to lump alioiit the con- 1' i ; 1 e Oi'll'ti'i'llii rva lien of ! " -!-d to V-e I-t. i.ltl r. a S oil. P.eSolut liTS 11 Oi ent to other public unlin r s i " ' ' 1 he f-dc la ! ;i ! ; lew I . S. South) ;.Sfi:..4."; Associate Re f.Hniprt riv.Kbyl.'iinn Synoil $H9-,,-fi4. i;efot nipri Vr .l.v l'i ian church of N . A. Synod $:..'!. 472; I nitetl rrephyt erlan chutili tSl.ft77.4e7, Ktfermrd Oiureh in .MiifiU-.il $2.1 :..!; Ueformed ciuii. h in the 1'. S. $1B 916. OS.,; Church of tlie V nt ted Unlhren In fhrist, 0 4f..fit".2 . The Interchurch V.fld Movement budget frr lOil. the sum total 'f the l.itrtset of the thtPiy paj-t ieipat ins (ienom ina I inii. amounts to J :: ;; H . 7 7 7.. S72. The portoti of th lmdeel to he naid tn l?2rt. is $1T.'.41S.349. Vol- ivi rk In foreign fields the -denominations hope to raise $t07.Sfil, 4SS; for Home Missions. $ 1 nft.j) 4 !).0.i7 ; (for American Kdnca t ion $78 Ru7.4 3 1 ; for A me t n.-an Itelijloua Kduoation $0 -, !:"1.02i; for American hospitals mid I homes $ i.l 1 1.4 fi."., for ministerial siip ! port and relief. $J".M0.-J9 and for j items such as war relief, temjieiancn jand Items not classified in the preced- ins list. $ 8,770,927. t if this soeininsly stupendoti 'finan 'cial propram that the churches tttTI try t-. carry out. lr. Ton 1. Tullis. i state sec.etary of the I n t rrhurch ' World .iovcm"nt said: i 'Sunday afternoon at two o'clock wrtl mark ttie heRinn: na' .st concerted move that ant churches of Indiana made, that of workinc ,f the s'eat- the rrotest liav e vet in unison In Ui k J 'mJ ?"ES n Fl tT fTSS How To Have Red Lips! t- ".- 4t t. S ':: 7 R, CLko Av te street ni:e an Avenue Hammond, Ind. East Chicago, Ind. Indiana Harbor. 5 . A. ' BARGAIN IN The Kir' with red lips and pir-k vh ek tnav he O-aiikful. for both denote h.alth - - vitroi-ou-. lorcefu!. nmgnel ic health, and while it may he impossible for some to attain owns to morbid "ates of health, vet a vast majority of s.ennnKly healthy youns worn. n ped men me al most colorless, because of n lack of r-d blood corpuscles. "When the blood is im- I oroved and enriched with these red cor i ),,,. les. the weight increases and a beau tiful tint appears on the cheeks, while 'the lips assume a healthy red color. I Mfinv phxsiejans and beauty doctors pr". ' serilie t'nree-Eiatn hypo-nnelane tablets. ! h li are said to invariably increase the ; red blood cornuscles after a course of treatmeiii iasttm; several months The . . i it. i . i i .. n. rvniin svs em unit sriti rni iir-mtn iso nvrroe rapidly. The Jiest . shops sujmiIv this tablet ! ,tff..- Adv. ndtciting funds froiu churcli member.--. li itnaly citiiens, ci..rpi rations, in t.n t li-uii eveiy person who ha bclievnl for ji-Hts that the vhuiclieK must hi l eit r f't sroiiizt d ..nil placed on an i luient basts heforo iro(,-tfSij can bj tnaibi to any t;i(-at extent. 't'lutrcli members hae been talking home missiunaiy work for mote than one hundred years and many ha been in :en drept-r iiiiptiiy wuli the rhiiri Ii program that pioiild for th- uplift iny liumanity in the foi eign iHiids. l!ut, system has been lacking In putting ti,j.s jiroKram across and churches giowint " luemln rsh lp and influence lnvp for tlv most part increased their benevolences accoid ii'Sly. but many of the weaker coti l.rKiors have all but failed in their i on 1 1 1 L'U uons . i "Kvery right thinkinc. broad mind'd man and woman will concede that no program, w lutli-r cuniim rcial r.r re ligious, can h carried our without j sufficient financial backing, and wliil.! there may k individuals ulw will with , hold their -support, there will be thou-: sands of persons who will stand ready; to jm the limit in ord-r that the In- I terchuich World M . . v i Mien t piosrain! may nm fail. ; h'roui the tune the financial cam- paiKn has its formal opening April !'." j until it comes to a .-se May 2. com-; inittees will soli, -it subscriptions to! meet tin- Intercimrch W orld Movement budget of $:;?.. 775. 572. tlo- combinul' total budget for r.2i of thirty demon- j inatiop.p enaaued in a s 1 urn ! t a n"oi: s I drive. An effort will he made i ,ae. 1 $175.4 IS . 'Ml ,,f the budget paid in ln. j "Seven siieciH,: items have been in-; cluiifil in tiie d-nom inal iona budi;ei. pot- niifiiinry work, ed ;i .--a t ion. bos- pital.-i ami homes. ministerial relie;'.! war relief, temperance and oth r i!em. not classified in the preceding list. ; milMoiis ,.f di.llais hr,, asked. I't-essed Steel Car Uailnay S'eel SprlnRB lleaditiR- Itepublie Iron & Stel Si udebik'-r I'. xa.s o. biiion I'acitli: I". S. Hubbe'r i". S. Steel f. S. Steel frrd W est inniiouse , 1 1 1 s t ) v e r I a n d Fin rla ir ( 'il ino 7( 96 107-, 44' Uti'2 HII y' 1 10 4.rl'i ;p. IHTTErt 4,71 tubs. Oeamery. ex tra. fiCjc; extra, firs is. 6 4 c .firs I s. jS'ft KSc; pn king stok. 34 S 39 'jr. i:i;i;.S fteicipis, 4.7S4 (.-ses. t'urrent. receipts. 39 f 4 Ic; ot-dinaiy (ir-t, 3Ki r.?c; firsts, 41'i-Ef 42ie; extra. 4:.'i "f-; checks. 3 ! 'a :!; dirt ir. 34 i 'u . t'JIKKSF: & Twins. new, 27 i,r; Imisies. 29 'a Ti 30 !-c: Tonne Americas, ::': l..nchort.s. ;;0c; brick, 2R5- t: I.IVB IV lrRT Turk;, s. 35c f elu. kens. 34 '3c; sprincs, :16". rr"5t!i-, 2::c; creso, 2.e; ducks. 30. I'l'iTATOtS Kec. ipts. 13 ears. Min 1 e sola and Dakota, (,'hjos and ikotisiii, j ,en n, -; (, -liMIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllliinillllllllllHIIIIIIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll fcjore KAUFMANN & WOLF - HAMHOND.Ifta CHICAGO CASK O&AIIT. w IIKAT-.ii. 2 hard winter. $2.S0. OHLX No. 3 mixed. $ 1 . ; G I.fi7la No. .". while. $1.09; No. 3 ye'low-. $ 1 tiG n 1.70. No. 4 mixed. $1.5; No. 4 e!low. lAA'u IS .1 W h . 1 e, . I 1. -No. 2 $ !,: 1 . hite. '9 I.";; $i.04i 1 0:. '2: No. 4 . : No. ' 1 apothecary in sealed pack- THE TIMES FINANCIAL COLUMN t FOR- 1 : V J 9 km. 23 and Sat., Apr. 24 , n r 1 1 J - t f II . . . .t . J in,lr C.r c7T2As.a i ieais arc riace irom caret uuy ciccicu iuv, rsr.ube '-jar cured and old-fasliioned hickory smoked, and fiUcrarteed to be perfect. aci: U'HE SUGAR CURED HAMS, iUGAR CURED BACON, MILD AND LEAN, CALIFORNIA HAMS, SWEET AS A NUT, 10 302C 32c 19c - - - 1 1 T - W t al)072 addresses and yea will get the same quality and low prices. BANQUET CREAM BREAD It's the only food for breakfast. j When you get up uith "that! ; hunerv feeline" eat several slices i I of it plain or toasted v.ith your ! morning cup of coffee. . 1 : 12 1 9.-1 2 11 rs AJ lis rin 1 tners American t'an Amonan t ' r t 1'oundry American Ixicotnot ive American Smelt ir-ft American Steel T'ormdry American Tel. Tel Anaconda IlaMii in Ioeomotive Het hiehei n S'(-e t'dna'l 111 I"o ifle 'nirn 1 le a I her Chesapeake & Ohio Consolidated Gas Corn T'rodin t s t'rncib'e Steel j.ll Krle 12 ' General Iiieetrlc leiii ('leneral Motors 1 Illinois 'intrsl dn' laekawann Steel R Midvalo Steel 4 1 1 New York Cerrrnl , fiS ' Norfolk X- AVestern. 101 'h io i 'it les ( 40 Pennsylvania . : 4 0' j CHICAGO ."LITE STOCK. ! lloiiS - I;eC-ipis. .'!. 7(io. Market. 7.'iC j V.tl.l.ll lnwer. I'.uU. $ 1 3. in 'it 15.00. Top. 1 ? I "1 . 1 " . H. a we;Kht. $13.15 'J 14.5'i. I Medium weiKht, $14.00 'q 15.10. Iihl w -i:ht. $1 4.(55 'i 15.20. Iicht lishts. t $1 4.25 It lo.'iO. Ilea-.y paekiriR sows, j smooth, $12.15 ti' 13. "0. Packing sows, j roucrli. $11. f.a'it 12.40. Pis. $13.7511 11.90. I i'ATTI.K Receipts. k.iiOO. Market., jmos'U stead. le-ef Steers: Medium and I Hkc. weight. $12.35 y 1 4.01; fhoico and J prime. J I LV 35 ft II.'1': ttiediurn and irood. ; 1 o.'.'i I 2. ."5; bight W eiRhl. pood and eHoii -. $ll.t'Ca in. 75: common and me dium. r.".0-; I 1.40. Ihiteher Cattle: Heif. ers. $7.1ii i 13.00; cows. $7.00 8. 11. r,0; hulls, $7.25 ir 1 1 .00. Canner and "utter: Cows and heifers. $4 00 ?i 7.ftiV canner !: steers. J ij.iiii ' S 00. Vra! calves (Ipht jand hand;, u eicht 1. 1 3 00 If 1 0.00. ftdr-r I tier! s .'.i'iIi 11.35. Stocker steers, $7.25 I '11 lo.so. S(o ker cow s and heifers. $7.25 I 9.f". Stocker caUes, $S.OO pnO. j OH SrfllNHr.' - grill - S Boys! Spill-Proof Spring Clothes ; '"IIK'.UJO VKAh j lie; 70 to f0 lb, i; j 1 9 'n 2 Ic; fancy. 22.- - 50 to 0 lbs.. 1 s f? ISc; $0 to 90 1hs . overweight kidnejs It. foi'4 1 16 't 771, 51 ssi; 97t- j 1 ;o to 1: 1 lbs . IO,-' 12e. tliose smart patterns in nobby models and guaran teed to meet with mother's approval when it comes to wear. Suits that sell regularly at $15 and $16.50; sizes 6 to 18 years; excellent values. Saturday only JiJL. i refill ii .fc-'W iiMrfr ii w iiTii mi ii 1-. . Mooci Il t if hi.': "i- 1 1 tre ten .)) RING JX GARY tm $13.45 Don't Forget, Boys, to mount these Briggs draw ings. Three cash prizes for the series mounted in the best manner. 1 1 1 T 1 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M I $ 1 1 1 1 1 1 I ; i I i 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 1 1 f I i 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W 1 1 1 1 1 1 i L oas C A R J suspected Mundt after h had been sen j standlnir near the ear a few minutes I before the ca.r was driven awav. ut HUNT'S S! fails in lb tretment of ITCH, ECZEMA. RINGWORM. TETTER a itrhtng ikiaditesM. Trf oat boa at ant rtmk. Joaeph W. Weis. Drue&su Herman Mundt. thirty-one years old. 23 Michiean ate., was arrested last i;.j.-'nt at his hotnr and lr,.jRed in the llunmuiiil Central police station on a oharfre e.f grand latceiy. Mundt, who is said to b- a hauffeui-, Is accuser of stealing a five-passenger I 17sev a.ui onvhile belonKini: to a Gary; loan named C. H. t'ohlhorn and Thieh! stood at the corner of Oakley and Statol sis. !tp theft occurred Tuesday after-i'in'-n when a driver for the South Shore Au'o Sales Co.. where the machine had 1-een left for repairs, parked the car for a few mimj!s while he entered a near-by st"! e. The machine was recovered In Gruen er's ilrnvc at rourls Park. The police FIXES CTTB2CD 131 6 TO 14 DATS. finisKists refund monev If TAZO OINT MENT fails to cure Itchlr K. Blind, Bleed ing or ProtrudinR Pils. Stops Irritation. Soothes and Heals, ion can get restful sleep after the first 'application. Price, 60 c. Adv. SUICIDES TO FREE 19-YEAR-OLD BRIDE S."SiT-..K.lj.- i- tA tiZ3 il U ir'. 7.'r4 ..5 t I 0 -f'.-'t ! Ka til n Try it with jam or jelly in pref-, ,M nee to other foods that cost , Best erence more and do not contain half the amount of nourishment. j Banquet Cream is your Food eat more of it Be sure you get Dietrich's. j IM JU' "mv f i!K BT-w m (tk -I TT E3 M U Grocery and Market ( INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE! TRINI I "A P. Colo.. April 23. Pr. K. r,. Clock. S7. well known surfreon. is dead at ivslcnbiirg today from chloro form poisoninr. taken, according to a note fomd c'utehed In his hand, with suietdal intent in order to fre his 19 j-ear old bride from "embarrassment.'" The cottple eloped frcm DesMoines just about a. year ro. Mrs. Clock was a r.iee of th doctor. t- If TCI - Sate Street '713 Cric5;3 Avenue 3334 r-Iichijaa Avenue Hammond, Ind. East Chicago, Ind. Indiana Harbor. Banquet Cream Bread 'The Bread that Builds. At Your Grocer's. I ft I i M hj ARKIN'S ' f y Stock Reducing Sale WW( " i"' 1 ow on Offsrs Exceptional s&4l i t t j Bargains in 6'$f.-'d:X ' ti V YV t ! Diamonds, watches, Wmrfl mX 1 1 Jewelry, Etc. ' 'A Prices Cheerfully Quoted. fl'ljfjl lK Open Friday and Saturday Evenings. Vu f )Chas. Arkin & Son w x- l fj I'Mih, 163 State Street. w ? Hammond, Ind. j (1) 1 fit 1 I i e. 9 - V I I Specials for Saturday Sugar; 1 pound 20 C Coffee; 3 pounds 1 00 for Catsu 10-oz. bottles; 2 for Butterine, Good Luck; per lb. 7 r 37c; 2 lbs. for Eggs (strictly fresh) 4?P per dozen Navy Beans; 9?C 10 pounds for Canned Corn, Peas, Tomatoes, Red O T Kidney Beans; 2 for Tomato Sauce; 1 fj per can Swift's Borax Soap; lQr 10 bars for American Famiiv Soap ; 1 O 2 bars for - IOC We carry a full and complete line of Fresh Groceries at lowest prices. MEATS Boiling Beef, per lb. . . ....... ...HV2c Pot Roast, per lb . . ......... . . ......................... ......16c Rib Roast, per lb. ......................... . ............................25c Leg of Veal, per lb.. ....... .20c Loin of Veal, per lb........ ... ....... . ..W2c Stewing Veal, per lb.. ......... .....2l2c Veal Breast, with pocket, per Pork Loin Roast, per lb.... .................................. .......33V4C Pork Shoulder, per lb...... ........................ ......................22c Pork, Steak, per lb. ................................... ........... . ...30c Neck Bones, per lb. ................................... .................. 5c Liver, per lb..... ............................................. 5c -. i I (I) Today and Tomorrow Extra Attracti6n Chief Sheet Lightning in person. Talking, Singing. Dancing. Also "CUSTER'S LAST FIGHT" and Elmo DeLuxe Theatre Today Corrinne Griffith in "Human Collateral" Antonio Moreno in the final epi sode of "The Invisible Hand." Saturday Jack Pickford in "A Burglar By Proiy" Harold Lloyd Comedy. "His Royal Slyness," and Antonio Moreno in "The Invisible Hand," afternoon only. Sunday Alice Joyce in "The Sporting , Dutchess" Monday and Tuesday Mildred H. Chaplin in "The Inferior Sex" Wednesday Sessue Hayakava in Brand of Lopez" "The a id ii BB. Lincoln in Fearless' 'Elmo the in C'J 8 l K i PASTIME Today Mme. Petrova in "The Panther Woman" A story of a girl driven by the lash of circumstances to the threshhold of death by electricu tion. Tomorrow 'The Law of the North" j .oi-wjiii ji.w 'HU -mnmfm n(st,muiBSii TB.Tr' f '-f lge"w -' tt.jj' Where Everybody Goes 'P. fl urDiieuin ineau6 HAMMOND INDIANA 66 AVQ01 3H01V3J 313000 The Rose of Spain 95 Our meat is all first class. A trial order will convince you here is the place to buy to save money. 1 Solomon's Grocery 758 State Line St.. corner Cbndit St. HAMMOND. A Miniature Musical Comedy 23 Minutes of Mirth, Melody and Maidens 10 People Special Scenery. " BILLY RECTOR Cheerful Comedian. BRIERRE & KING The Classiest Act in Vaudeville. LEW WELLS Monologue and Saxaphone Eccentricities. THE NELL0S Comedy Jugglers. W1LLARD & JONES Laugh Provokers. Also JACK DEMPSEY in "DARE DEVIL JACK." Don't miss this wonderful picture. New how lioaday. "Wednesday and Satirday. Mstine daily t J-.SI p. m. Nlpht rnlo T to 11. 5nday ad holldaya tlnuons I Xm 11. 1 ISi'A&Sr'sSSVS!