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Friday, April 23, 1920.
THE TIMES Pace Three !!!ll!!lil!l!l!lllil!l!lllll!!IIIIH!!!!ill!lll!llll!llll!!li!!!l!ll!!l!ll!lllll!l!;illllll!!llll!!llll!! IMI IW F'llll "ii iiiiiHiiin ii, qnp g mimi'iipi i 1 ' ii WILHI. I WK 1 UJIIJli III I III IP l.ll I IM.l MW ANNOUNCING a new line in our shoe department CLOVE GRIP SHOES MADE BY ARNOLD They Really Fit The Arch We say a new line new in this store, but well known among the men folks of this region. Glove Grip Shoes have a national reputation p1 P8""'83 Glove Grij : ARCH. SUPPORT 3H0B ' : I I 'M 5ftc0H.B0Yf ARCH .5UPPOR-X -SHOE PANAMA a they are known from coast to coast as the perfect fitting shoe. No other shoes can com pare with them for style. The designing has been developed with painstaking care and me result is a snoe that looks as if it had been custom made. We ask that you come in and see these exceptionally High Grade Shoes, for which we are ex clusive acrpnls in Hammond. GIoveGripe .GIoveGrip 1 36 OH DOT Whole Quarter Liu- A The Style Pictured g is Popular H It is known as the "Oh Boy" last, a new H English model that is being worn by particular g dressers this season. Made of first class calf in g a new shade of brown; very durable and per il feet. They fit the foot as a glove fits the hand. H All Glove Grip Shoes have O'Sullivan heels jj of live rubber. All sizes from AA to D. oee mem in uur Windows d "6 kaufmann & wolf hahhokd. imq iff 3 f 'v X $14 This is a popular mode! in a new popular shade of tan. quarter blu- .1 T . l r .... tner, looasco Drown bv? Kid. O Sullivan heels; 4 Favorite Last 7ms bpring The Panama Glove Grip Oxford illus trated above is made of Tobasco Brown Kid. This is an increasingly popular leather, rich brown in color, soft and comfortable. The arch support feature is an important one Glove Grip Shoes really fit the arch. They have Goodyear welt soles, O'Sullivan rubber heels. Pair $15.00. Glove Grips Once Glove Grips Always IIIII1IH111 HI immune Americans Don't Get Enough Easily Digested Fats Com Oil One of the Best of These Indispensable Food Products. IIIHIiillll BY EDWIN r. BOWERJ, M. D. (Author of -Side Stepping Ill-Health" "Alcohol. Its Influence on Mind and. Body."' ec. The averag-e .American family has nst yet learned the health-giving pro perties of crisp, green salads. with their mineral salts and th "fat soluble B'' vitamlne. which Prof. McCc'.lum. of John Hopkins Universit3. showed in his experiments was so necessary to tht proper functioning and even to the life Itself of the subjects upon whom he tried his diet tests. Eut there are fats and fats. Unless a fat can be "split up" and taken care cf. it becomes an actual source of poison as does any ether under-digested food. Animal fats partlculaly mutton and lamb, are almost impossible to digest, unless one has an especially robust digestive apparatus. And even a long shoreman cannot take care of the grease and lard-so generally used in cooking in America. Fats which contain fluid oil -such as olive oil and corn oil one the other hand, are easily digested, because they re already in a fluid state, and there fore easily become soluble In the di gestive juices. DR. MOO'S O PI MOV In fact, as Dr. TVi'liara Mayo de clared, in his presidential address be fore a national surgical society, a few years ago. the increase of cancer and ulcer of the stomach may be distinct ly traceable to the wrong choice of food and to the. wrong method of pre paring food. This statement, which has lately gained general acceptance I'r. .Mayo repeated and amplified la ter in San Francisco, in his address s president cf the American Medical Association. lard and indigestible fats, used largely in the preparation of food in America, coat over the rood particles, and interfere materially with digestion. They prevent the ready access of the digetive fluids to the food particles, and thereby produce both acute and chronic dyspepsia which in turn, cause chronic irritation of the mucus livine of the stomach and intestines. And anything that causes chronic irritation of nn organ or a structure, tends also to produce cancer or ulctr. Iard and animal fat. which burn at ia low meltir.g point, may be extremely harmful, as the fat tends to break up and form fatty acids. These are irrit ating to the delicate lining of the ali mentary tract. SELECT A COOKING FAT OF HIGH MELTING POIT The most desirable of all fats fr cooking purposes, therefore, are the vegetable oils. One of the most ex cellent of these is olive oil which has a burning point of 60r degree although corn oil which does n-t burn until a temperature of 650 degree is reached Is even better. And also, in the present state of the world's oil-shortage, it is much less expensive: and perhaps more palata ble, as one does rot have to acquire a taste for sweet corn oil. while onves and their products do not naturally appeal to the majority of American palates . DO AWAY WITH CHEAP BITTER The use of rancid butter, rr cf the cheaper grades of butter, is also to be condemned, because of the fact that the small amount of protein which thi butter contains lias, during rancidity, undergone a form of putrefaction. This renders it quite as objectionable from a hygienic standpoint, as would be the use of any other product which was undergoing the same process of putrefactive fermentation. And what applies to butter applies with equal, if not greater force, to lard, "drippings" and othr animal fa ts . On the other hand, the high burning point of corn oil favors the Immediate searing over cf meat, fish and other foodstuffs. This keeps all the juices in the food, thereby enhancing its palat ability. and the ease with which it is f! Igested . FOR SALAD DRESSINGS Corn -il has also been proved, by STORE OPEN UNTIL 9.30 O'CLOCK SA TURDA Y EVE'G KAUFMANN & WOLF - Hammond, lria 5. & H. GREEN I TRADING STAMPS GIVEN FREE! W CLOTHING DEPARTMENT STORE NEWS FOR SATURDAY - 4 i J You Can9t Do etter 'POU may pay less for a suit than we aslc for our Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes; but if you get less value you haven't saved anything. V f--- 1 V.; . H ' fc: J - m i : yrb&& OLleru Jiriie i.;?' ;i Jut Bmm UiiS I ill IS' H 0 4KfTO4 hoop" skirts were vrom by those who first asked the druggist, and insisted on having the genuine Golden Medical Discovery put up by Dr. Pierce over fifty years ago. Dress has changed very much since then! But Dr. Pierce's medicines contain the same dependable ingredients. They are standard today just as they were fifty years ago and never contained alcohol. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discover' for the stomach and blood cannot be surpassed by any remedy today. . Every spring most people feel "all out of sorts" their vitality is at a low ebb the blood be comes surcharged with poisons! The best spring medicine and tonic is called Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It puts vim, vigor, vitality into the blood. Try it. This is what folks say about it: Goshen, Ind.: "Several years ago my work was too severe for my strength and vitality. I was continually in need of a tonic. one .1 of the tonics gave me permanent relief. Then I heard of Dr. Pierce .f Golden Medical Discovery and found it to be just the tonic mj ' system required. Two bottles of it restored my strength and vitai ' ity to such arf extent that it was not necessary for me to be con tinually taking tonics anv more. But for quite a few years afterwards I took a bottle of the 'Discovery' each spring and found it most j.' satisfactory. MRS. BARBARA MICK, c Goshen Hospital. h i- i. , r 1 in 1 You can't possibly make a mistake, no matter what you buy here. You get what you feel is good value for your money or you get your money back. You may pay more than we ask, Hut if you 'don't get any more value, you haven't gainted you've lost. j You see, Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes at our prices represent the highest possible value; all-wool fabrics, best style, perfect tailoring. iYOU CAN'T DO BETTER 0 Come in tomorrow; we'll be pleased to show you these new things. New colors and weaves. Young men's lively styles. The models in coats are longer, more slender, broad shouldered high-chested, with square notched lapels, in double-beaster types. The best values obtainable. $42. 50 S4S a $47 50 0 and up to $60.00 tl!!i!iiil!ili!iilll!M scif-ntiSc experiment, and by the ex pi rif-nce of li?t( tio and culinary ex perts, to equal the finest olive oil in v. iKAHMx; i)ii:t valii:si There is no question but thut we. a a nation, are fast acquiring an ex- ptint of pulatahil ity and flavor. asjcellrnt knowledge of food valuer. nd well as in food value. It 'blends perfectly with the ingredi Therefore the introduction of a sweet, pure oil, prepared from the ; germ of ripe corn, is a decided mc-as- j ents commonly used in the preparation of mayonnaise and either salad lress ings. making that smooth. -ve-n dress ing that is the delight of the ifuse-wif. a sense ef appreciation of the "bal- I ure 1,1 L'tn"nl 10 c ery man. woman aiic--"d ration" in diet. . (and child who will avail themselves of Anil -one of tne principal t'linp-s w . . .. ... ,, . ... , -. (the opportunity to u. It liberally as are learning is that a definite amount 1 j of er-sily-dicest. d oil Is i nd ispe-nslble a wholesome fat for culinary purposes , to the proper maintenance of health 'and as a nourishing, palatable table and efficiency. oil. , Offlco Fhone 2S35. raJdecca Phoao W74. "LIAJESTIC" Clean CCinkerleiis Coal So'd only by WEST HAMMOND COAL COMPANY J. J. BREHM. Proprietor Treelard Avenue- and Michigan C-entril Tracks QUALITY PR.EPARATIONT SERVICE