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Friday. November 26. 1920.
Hery .ttoJidanc Is anticipated .t tho
rr.eetiiiff In the auditorium cf tho Ham
mond Presbyterian church Friday even
ing a.t -whlcJi Dr. Edward A. Stelner
w-iU be ta 6paker. His subject will b
"Amerlcaniza'Jon cr All-enatlon."
Dr. Slelner appears In Hammond un
der the auspices cf the Calumet Pres
byterian Union which Is un organization
amonjf the Presbyterian churches ot
the Calumet district. The Union In
cludes churches of Hammond. Whiting.
East Chicago, Gary and Crovn Point.
The speaker Is one of America's fore
most students of the Immigration prob
lem which at present Is assuming;
alarming: proportions. He has a -wealth
cf first har.d knowledge to draw from
and Is In great demand as a speaker all
over the country. Recently Dr. Stelner
addressed the Sunday Evening Club of
Chicago on the same subject.
As the subject Is a timely one and
' of great Interest to people of the Calu
I met region, it Js expected that people
j from all parts of Lake county wl'.l be
; present Friday evening. The 'meeting
will open at eight o'clocit.
LAPORTE, Ind.. Nov. 23. Alfred II.
Kimble, auditor of LaPorte county, for
mer South Bend business man, wa
stricken with heart trouble today. He
was believed dying this afternoon. He
is about 60 years old.
No Risk With
"Diamond Dyes"
Colors Never Streak, Fade, Run
cr have that "Dyed-Look"
Each pack f "Dlamonl Dyes'
contains directions so simple that any
woman can diamond-dye a new. rich,
f4fc color Into worn, shabby sgr
tr.wata, draperies, coverings, every
thlBJ, whether wool, silk, linen, cot
tca cr mixed g-ocda.
Stfy ""Diamond Dyes" no other telnd
then perfect results are guaranteed
even If you have never dyed before.
Druggist has color card, showing 15
rich colors. Adv.
Feeling Grippy?
Cold Coming On ?
Dr. King's New Discovery
will soon make you feel
more fit
DRY, tickling sensation fa Jhe
throat, headache, feverish, eyes
ache? Don't pky with that on
coming cold. Get Dr. King's New
Discovery at once. You will like the
way it takes hold and eases the cough,
loosen3thc phlegm, 3nd rc!i;ves the
congestion in eyes and head.
Children and grownups alike use it.
No harmful drugs, but just good
medicine for colds, coughs and grippe.
Sold by your druggist tor many years.
60 cents, $1.20 a bottle.
Jor colds andamgis
New Discovery
B i win iiiwi maw mman
Tired Out in Half a Day?
You wouldn't be if your bowels were
acting regularly. Try Dr. King's
Pills for sluggish bowels and torpid
liver. You'U keep fit for work and
really enjoy a whole day of it as you
used to do. Same old price, 25 cents.
( Prompt "VVbnt Grips
CHICAGO. Nov. 24. Grave fears:
tvere expressed today f -r the safety !
o the ore boat Memphis, of the Pitts-!
burgh Steamship Co., which is aground'
on u. sand'iar two and one-half miles,
eff South Chtesgo. The captain and
thirty-sijc members of the crew ara on
h.-rii ami a detachment from the
Jackson Park coast station is standing
by to take them off should It become
necessary to abandan the 6hip.
The Memphis, a 600 foot vessel, has
heen plying between the northern
Michigan ore ports and South Chicago.
The force of her Impact with the sand
bar was so great that several plates in
her side were sprung and her machin
ery paralyzed by water that poured
through the openings.
drops In prices of some foodstuffs, a
Thanksgiving dinner here will cost ap
proximately $i more than it did In
119. according to estimates supplied
by leading grocers. Turkeys are
higher this year, the average price
being- 67 cents per' pound, as against
Eu cents per pound a year ago.
THAN IN 1919
CHICAGO, N"ov. 24. Despite recen!
Dally Thought
Bat no pleasure Is comparable toth
tandlng upon the vantage ground of
' r'lth. Baron.
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Lyman B. Ritter, Druggist.
Advertise In Tiie Times
By Hal Probasco
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.xVy;v:; ; .v HE ft WAS PERFECT. . -H
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To accomodate our many friends;
the Straube Piano & Music Co:
will be open evenings until 9
o'clock, from Friday November
26 until Friday December 24:
631 Hohman sL. Hammond. Phone 661
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See the Mother Goose
Pictures in the Windows
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See Our Beautiful Window
"The Child's Dream of Christmas"
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Saturday November 27th
Bring tKe Children to See the Wonderland of Toys in Our Spacious Basement Store. Thou
sands of Toys and Dolls and Games To Select From to Mak this the Merriest Christmas of all.
A Real Live
Santa Claus
Will be here
from 2 to 4 p. m.
and 7:30 to 8:30
p. m. Saturday
Tomorrow is the day that every child in this vicinity is waiting for waiting to see that grand
old man SANTA CLAUSE. He'll be waiting in the store to greet you with a great pack of toys.
Yes, he has brought just about everything from his home among the icebergs. Dolls? Why, there
are so many you will hardly be able to count them Big Dolls, Little Dolls all kinds of Dolls
waiting to greet new mammas. They are all as cute as can be. Santa has remembered all about the
good little boys 3too. He wants you to come and see him and to pick out from all these dandy play
things just what you want for Christmas. Engines that go by electricity, Building Sets, Soldier Suits
and about a thousand other things we know you would like to receive for Christmsa, so be sure and
come tomorrow and see our wonderful Wonderland of Toys.
A Real Live
Santa Claus
Will be here
from 2 to 4 p. m.
and 7:30 to 8:30
p. m. Saturday
Kiddie Cars
The utility of these toys as a means of secur
ing healthful exercise and pleasure have made
them the most popular of toys. We have a
large display of them specially priced for the
big Toyland Opening at
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Toys are the Children's World Bring them Tomorrow
Most of us grown-ups hardly realize that Christmas is so near. But the little folks have already begun to count the days. For weeks
this store has been assembling tremendous stocks of Christmas things for the children and we can't hold them back any longer.
And so Saturday morning the doors of Toyland will be thrown cpen to the children of all Lake County and present to the kiddies
the largest assortment of toys and dolls and other Christmas things that their eyes ever beheld. Let them come every day if they
wish, and let every mother and daddy fulfill the wishes of their Christmas dreams.
Dolls Which Every Girl
Should Have
In our up-to-date Toy Section we have on
display many Character and Novelty Dolls;
also dainty little articles necessary to com
plete a doll's wardrobe Special for the Toy
land Opening Day are Character Dolis at .
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