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Tuesday. Drcombcr 27, 1921.
rae Nine
ADVERTISLMENTS ACCEPTED BY:
HAMMOND Time. Oftce. Hammond Bid-;.. Phrae
3100. E. S. Bourne Dru Slo t, 715 Calumet Ava,
Phone 3 Co J.
jTNG-.tmg New. C. 524 1 19th St, Pho
CLASSIFIED ADS AND LEGAL NOTICES
BUY. SELL, RENT. GET A POSITION. GET HELP. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. OVER 40.000 PEOPLE READ THIS PAGE EVERY DAY.
All Classified Advertisements must be in the office and paid for by 1 ! a. m. on day of insertion. Rate 10c per line-, averaging five words to the line.
AlA'ERTISEMENTS ACCEPTED BY:
INDIANA HARBCR l.uken' New. Agency. 3410
Michi4a Ave.. Phone 1I38J.
EAST CHICAGO Na..u At TWpion. 809 Qicgt
Ave., Phone 931.
Times Office. Calumrf Eldg., Phone 283.
GARY Time. Office. Reynold. BWg.. Phone 137.
WANTED MALE HELP
Hopx,; MKN : ihor 17. de.si i i . t;
went positions, moiul.iv, wi.tv
"r tree list of pos.uons now open. H
en y (Kun.iv Civil
rvin rxjiiiMiiT,
nnttui anal Ridg.. Wa.-htn-ttori. IV
1- : 2,1 til
WANTED FEMALE HELP
- - A . i. ,;,! -,,,,,. , ,,.
i on Mi'mn; , ,,- t,.r en
V ',!,,'w"r,i' n washing.
P.- Ills. AP I V 1.1 ti H k-hl.e.,1 t
1 1 nm mond.
Wan .; i i. "ffifi for housework.
Oahh.-v inc. Ha ni miiiii!. 12:27
WANTED. A girl. 1? ju i-'sTor-7?f,'" for
U'r.era! 'uwnork. ,!.;ih finplnjeii.
I:: i - if at 311 Michigan ;ivtnu afti'r
o P in.. Hammond. 12 :2? -2
FURNISHED ROOMS
tOR R1-.XT Furnts.hee room,, sc and
, yi rrsn cots. 36c. l!v the
week. $2. $3 and U. Hctel Carlton,
t i i m m o n d . la.) tf
K EX T !--;Ir'i oom s " !".r hsk ; c .
one an.l two rooms for bachelors
two rooi is and bath at o2J l.ogan St.
; " "'-- m ."it-,,-.-, p
" f. n - ! i J ' tf
i:r xr ;-v(. ' " rooms ' rV" item
" in' m. a tun-. ITivAte en-tram-e.
Ii..Tir 2:.i Indiana avenue,
fhori" !'): H:u:ni!!i.I. UtibRtf
1V-R RENT First floor front, furn.
p-'.; ec-. roc-i -., :i! private 15n E.
D-M:g!as St.. phone MI'i-IV Jlsm. 12:24
ROR nKN'T 3 "fur p. rooms f.,r I-ht
hskpg 475 e-iblev st . phone 1 2'
Hjmnior.:!. 12:27
Fi'H UK XT--'? "room tor l:ght fcskt it
gls. electric, hot water. st,,v- !.-. t
and rath. furnished, fhot!? lUo.-M.
private e lit r.-t.ri. e, 3' Waiter street.
Hairiir.i-r.,1. 12:2"
FOR" H K X f F(Mi rs t wTm " Yf '; t ed rooms
lor a coup!. 7 la State Line street
:ii,'fP..;iflns, Hammond 12:27
it kr.XT To" n:.-in a ml "wife."' tw o
li-ht hsk)ff. rooms, reasotialv'.e. Ph-.ne
32l Hairn-,on! 12:27
Fi'Vt' 1:KXT--T'urn7 room," 2n.l a; t . 2W
State st.. Hammnaii. 12:27:3
Foil T! KXT M'oVip rn 5 "roo:n""flat.' fur
r; : f Kf il ri.mp!t for housekeepins-.
Also ;t 3 room f : rr is'iei! Hat. gnj Mav
.st.. phone !7-.-M T!uti:mop.J. 12:27
FrU'lUCXT -2' "mo.Wrn 1 ich t "" hsk rs
rooms it 1 room for Viach'.nif. 4:!'' !
X"orth-"ot- ave.. K.ist i'h'.ac-o. 12:27
Fi)!l r.KN'T 4"srrvll f-jrn. rooms. . 1
per month. Arjlv after 2 p. m.. f.44.
1 h s . I fam morel 12:27
V UY" R!-:XT--Tvo' suites" llrt? hskpir .
?Pts.. 2 uni 2 roon;s. eiei trn- no.? trs
ft;rr.:sl-o.l. T'v-WKlas st. Impure S."
Pousrlits st , phonp 1K2-.I Han. 12:27
FH It KXT Furn. rom for """ licht
hski., hot water j.cat. on CsiP.unf-t
avenue, Itiquirp 5 1 f-'aluTnet avorip
Ha -erron.P 12:27
FOR RENT
F"R RE XT Modern 5 room hnncalnw,
south side. SST.r.n per month. Phone
17-42 Hammond between (i and 7 p. m.
12:21:2
FOR" R EXT Flat. ir, State I.-ne st.
i:ctrir. stove heat. Call 115 Ham
rnfr.d. Raul R. I.'.plrski. 12:23:tf
F'iR REXT f!i!r,cal.nv,m'.!.;rn, with
trarasre. ;7".l Meivilte ave. Inquire
472.1 Melville ave. Rhone 4'.2-M East
Chicago. 12:21
T-S R REXT Three unfurnished rooms
tr-is. wntr and toilet. 1S9 Oak st..
Hammond. 12:24:2
FOR KENT f rom unburn, fiat, nice
!v decorated. 11-1 i O.rti.bl st. Tn
Qi:ir 1 ''. Ponkev ave. H-m. 12:2!
Foil Tit'.XT rO''rr:: 7 room bouse.
near C'.uvtrv f'Jt:!. :nd H.-irri.-c-n I ark.
T'C.re..-- II 1-M c,-- enli 1" Mason s'rret.
H.ur.ir.cr.rl. 12T:3
V' t"-tH'x"t---S Rd 4 r'-V n;
FOR RENT ro.on fiat, modern, ex
eent heat. f.uit.,ble for small family,
coed location op cn-t side, near car
line i;i.t $27 per month. Phone 3S1
or llsm-i'iinl. 4.-..-
FOtr- RENT 3 "room . ottatre at 232
H.-nrv St.. modern, f-irnu.-e heat, elec
tric liirhts. et-. QII 117 Ham. 12'27:2
1-rT fi: E XT Two en r;i u-es at I'd 1 Park
Rl,oe. phone 3nSt Hamm.nd. 12:27:2
FcR "RENT 4 room p.wer fiat with
bath. ens. eb-f-trio an.', basement. P r
oak st., price J2" In. pure 4 :! Hoff
man St.. Hammond. 12:2. :2
Fit; RENT Flat. SK H-'hman street.
TcT.iire Crown Candy Co.. Hammomb
,f '"itttv't' Xir.e room modern flat,
suitable for roomers with'n on bl"ck
r, , . irt hous-'. I-b.one 1M21-M Ttam-
12:27:2
moTvj .
FOT' RENT -'! room mo.lern nuniraiow.
T,eVw. decorated. I'nor.e 4 216-W Ham
- j
12:27.'.
n-.o-d.
WANTED TO RENT
VXTED TO RENT Furn. hovise or
l-."t Write It-2. cars Times, Ham-
niond - ''
V VTEDTO REXT -R or 6 room mod
ern house on soith side in Hammond
fcetv eon .Vur-.'it tracks and Oolf Court,
outh of Carroll street. Rest. referoP
res possession wanted J-ebrtiary 1st
Address 'SUOI K. 13-9 Farwell avenue.
Cliicano. . ''
rO-t SAIK AHTOIOSILES
STorajr' " BnTT0vi-s rhnred.
r-n.t'd and rp"aircd. Tin
S. iV: M. Lattery Sorvi.-o.
ni S l'avcttc St., Hammond
1 A. 11-2S-C'
li hk' JO-.
J-V.i: ali-: ' u-vii t i.-.-s. .:";
::-;k 2 1 ! t 32 t: all s:. s f
::7". ' . !. "to -",.. ".0 X". v t i res, .',"'.
7.-. tubes all s:.--- ?:.!3. K. S- Aoto
Sinph- :',! CaluriM-r ase.. ...ro-r
Jl...;fiti-.ii St.. 1 h.oe- I I mil 12:2!:-
J-.RO.IX "C Till-: YEAR
. I.an.lb-r Tour-nir M73
Mechanical o.u..i"-i p. 1!.- ;: -'!
paint tob: tires in in, l.:-o. . , .,., ,,.
U at. h for fomortov. .- so.-.-i.-.l
I vkK corxw ai to snri.v axd
SALES
H. A. Thi". I. Prop
1 lt..l ,, lrp.l ;
louc.ias an.i 11. ... ....... -
S (.. ni'iioiid.
1 2:
V. ,P SM.E OR"" TRADE-- Ford se. ::-..
j.:st ..xerhaub-d. Call '"' ' " 1'M.j. t
avenue. Ham" . 1 -' -' : -'
MISCELLANEOUS
WO.L PFEH tr 1 ,,: t'' r ""'! ''
p. r hanjrin. reasonable. 1 Vet m It.
-(in Mi.iiian ave, phone, lli'i H:.-:-mond.
...... 1 . :1 .t-
CP'- l::-'V ai d ,-ae you.- !...,sor . i.ra-band-
for the Jv.M Ctb.-.l:-,! piiouo
crapti ep.en n..-iy to the one '.oldini; C-e
n o'sl ' i:--ar bands. ;1
V'.r ERECTING RI.l'G. on Stat.- .-P.
between O.li.Iey and Sob!. Will pl-.M
the ui'Slairs suitable lor b.d-.:.- t".iif
To responsible lodce or as LiPiar.l a'nl
1 room. For pa t t b ulars inquire S.
Levitt Co.. phone " 1 -' M.hiiiti.-ii.I il':27:.:
MONEY TO LOAN
I
1
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
IXH; y.i.l-? y owner, 4 lo.mi mo.lern
leuiKa low. .south si.ie, near car Imp.
'all 4ilfi-V Tlammoii.l. 12J!7:6
OX 101111X1 ) RE 1)
DOLLARS
AikT f 2 5 per month will huv new
four room I. ur j:ilou-. :7': foot lot, neyr
(.-olumbia si hool aioi l'ark. You can
move it) now.
See owner.
W. J. A. MOI.STtKIP ;F.H
tppi 'nl'i tr.lii a ave.. open cveninRs,
Il.itiiironi.i. 12:27:3
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
rU. lil Mi 1 1 EATING
FIX TIT RES.
V carry a complete l:n of new and
useil bath and laundry tubs, slnka, wash
basins and toilets, boilers, rad'atoia,
pipe and flttinss, tll install.
.1. o. pn,Lnsi x
27 S'M-y st. Ha mm..nd. 11:1
F"m: " S !,K-rn. aMe.l for suits anl
overeats Lesser- Loan Hank. 145
State st.. Hammond. tl:23:tf
1 '. ' 1 . T"';er Vnes Hammond K53 ar.d
Ca!;:!::et Coal and Supplv Com-na-iv.
ir.-in-.t.vi:.I. il:r.':tf
I-'' H f? . f.K PnrcTcfnif.i" TtVaTuorids' nnA
wat.-hes. Lester's Loan Hank. 1 (S
State st.. Hammond. ll:23:tf
" ! S A I . M r S - T A K I X S T K T MK X' T S
ti.avi:;: piaxd for sale with lr.o
r.-ils of mus;r piano and pla ver-piano
!-. ,-h and f i-ir lamp with silk sh.l
atel music cabsn.-t. Frl.-e $13il. Will
e;-it payments of $ per month. Call
day or evpnmr. 532 Itroadway. (larv,
!ii'li'i:::i. 12:22:3
FOR SALE " Kin.llinu
wood. Aply at Stand
ard Stool Car Co. gate, Ham
mood.
12-23-tf
COAL!
COAL!
V'o have a complete line of coal for
domestic use.
Wholesale and retail.
Call Hammond 274 for prices
ILLINOIS COAL COMPANY
1 2 - 2 -I : R
I-OR SALE one souare piano. $13. 1
'all -IM E. State st., 1st flat, rear, j
Hammond. 1 2 :27
FOR SALE Furniture. living room j
pieces, phonograph, sewtnir machine. :
rutrs. beds. d:n!nir tab'e with six chairs.!
etc. Will sell very cheap. 10o7 Col-
umbia ave. Hammond. 12:27 1
Foil SALE Household poods, cheap,)
Strntihe cabinet strand piano. $123: i
also Ford tOMrir.fr car in excellent me
chanical comPtion. new tires. Jion takes
it. 4'oi Michigan ave.. ph. .tie 901-R Hani
mond. ovvn.T leaving city. 12:27
FOR' SALE YountT hound.' cdt."T32 au
tomatic, rea sr.n ble Atidrew Polus. 112.
133th I'lace. West Hammond. 12:27
FOR SALE Complete, one sleeper bed.
dress suit, !:k new. 651 Forsyth
ave.. H'ct Hammond, phone 24f'7 Ham
mend. 12:27
FOR " s A LE Fu rfi i tu re. 1 dresser, "li
brary table and 4 dlninir room chairs.
J23. walnut ch i ff oret t e. worth $73 for
R3n: Vletrola, $S3. 141 (Tinton street.
phone 10'2 Hammond. 12:27
FOR SALE Fpriirht walnut piano,
with bench to match. J9'P Thone 2-"7
Hammond 12:27
FOR SALE Complete household fur
niture and furnishing- of 7 room house
with privilege of renting. 474 E. Car
roll st. Hammond. 12:27:2
LOST AND FOUND
I.O.IT Travel in c na. 1-ft at L.ifavett.i
trvm last Friday nleht. Finder re
turn 2S9 Sibley st.. J3 reward. Phone
24 "aT,:;i.'i 12:2
FOI'NJ) A cow. h-r ifr. Adams, on the
Pluck Oak Road. Phone 1177-Y4
Hammond 12:57:30
FO T "X P Deoe m le r 22nd. lad v'p iurs
on south side Call S32-AV after f.
P. m.. Hammond. 12:27
LOST Saturday afternoon in town,
Alaskan white spitz dog-, reward re
turn to 19 Dotv St.. Ham. 12:27
LOST Pocketbook Saturday night Ini
f ruit store. Indiana Harbor or on
Oreen Line car, considerable sum of
rnnnev. Liberal reward return to Room '
222, Calumet H!dr.. East Chicasro 12:2"
IJ ST". S T 1 r.T 1-7 T 1 ill! STOLEN One .
ear old brow n and white I'.oston bull
doc. Reward for return to 1737 T'e-ui
a', e.. phone tfi3-L4. Mrs. I'lock. Ind
iana Harbor. 12:i
IOST p. . ember 24. lad v's shoe be-twr-eri
State and Lofran. on Calumet (
e t;, t-.,rn to " Calumet avenue.
Ham mond. 12:2. ;
WANTED TO BUY j
WANTED TO RFY Cseil Ford se.lan. j
must b" Kuar.inteed mechanically I
and at k barcain. Address IS-3. care
Times, Hammond. 12:27:2 j
SITUATION WANTED
PR : ACTIO Vl, ".XFRSIX' i ' By" pood "prac
tiral nurse. Rest references. I'hone
flfiS-M Hammond. 12:27
STATE fV IXP1 A V , fviPVTT
lAKi; SS: IX THE. CI TV 0Fi;T:
! 'Fill 3 CITV OF W lilTIXi;. XO. j
;:.',2. ' I
lotoi Kle-j.os and Mike C.,(las, io- J
1 in; busl.i. .1- as t!i. 1. j. -lie l:. st..u-l
r.uit v . I a -U : s 1 a 1 t .
T.. Lo, .is p.. r-rt .:.-:
h.-r as. John Lenios and Mike
'....r'.i--, d..i r; I01.-i1.os as the Majtstlo
1:o.m;, ,,y a iplCs
John 1 :..c!mo -I i.
K.,r! D. X'orris.
Nf. J. Kiel i, .n.
BOARD ' SAFETY
A. K". l-.-rl.iii,
.'i o r A 1 a'loif,
.Mr.--. J.v.iia Hilty.
cili EF . F F iLIc'i;
Ctirift Mi-uss.
- APTAIX iF I'OI.'CK
l.i.h .iiL Hirbor
Nicholas M.,!i,r.
Fiui-: ciiii:f
Charles F. Mn:t!i.
S TRin-'T i 'MM ISSP X'ER
R icb a rd "i rr.-l t.-.
I'iTV ENGINEER
Rru.e Chat man.
rne.-e arc the appoi :i t ire-n t - aroioiin-l
"t-d to dat. by M,, or-.-lc t Frank Pallii- !
i
Pan of .East T icago to his ji.ltn'nistra- '
flon. t
i
A partial !i.-t of apt.oio t m.-n t s ap- ;
p. an d In The Tim-s two veks a'o
1'h. se. together with a number of more J
rt-.-.-ut appointments are slaowi above. J
Further a pp.. int merits aid a corn-,
pUte nlmt. !..r the new niiministratlon j
is cM":cteii to be announced the last j
of this v ' ek. i
0UlfES
MORE PUIS
t
I
i I '1
Kt-si.iui'unt have tiled in the City Court
of the City of Uniting, their com
plaint, affolavlt and bond for attach
ment of certain moneys alleged to belong-
lo you, ami also their affidavit
that you are a non-resident of the State
of Indiana.
You are therefore notified that said
cause has been set for hearlnsr on the
7th day of February, 1322, and unless
vou appear at that time and answer
tiieir complaint, said cause will he
heard in Juur absence, and an order
(r the payment of sad moneys will
tie made and entered.
HAY E. J II F.F.N,
(Seal) JfidKc, Whiting City Court
December 12, 11121. 12:12:19:27
XOTICI0 OF FINAL SKTTLF.MKNT )F
ESTATE
In the matter of the Fstate of Henry
Hopp. ue. eased. Xo. 2;i(7. In the Lake
.--' 11 5i t i . i- Curt. Nmvi niiii r Tei io, l'.i21.
.Notice Is hereby tjivn to the HF.IRS,
I.KO TKK. AXD CUKDITCUS of
iienry Ho;.;., deceased, to appear in
liie Lake Si.i'i rior Court, held at llani
mnnl. Indiana, on the Ifith day of Jan
uary, 1112, and show cause. If any,
why tho l-'IXAL SKTTLK.MKXT AC
COI'XTS with the estate of said de
ceder.t should not be approved: and
said heirs are notitled to then and there
make proof of heirship. and receive
iheir distributive shares.
WITN-KS.S the Clerk of the Lake Su
erlor Court, at Hammond, this 19th day
of December, 1921.
HKKBKRT L. WITKATON,
(Seal) Clerk Lake Superior Court
12:20:2
XOTICE TO N'ON-ItELSIDENT
STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COI'NTY.
IN THE lAKJ-; SUPERIOR CO CRT,
SITTING AT HAMMOND. INDIANA.
NOVEMBER TERM, 1921.
Isaac Evans, doihg business under
and by the name of Crucible Cement
Works vs. George C. Mayer. Cause No.
2115 1. Action on account and attaeh
men t.
Xow comes the plaintiff by Fred Har
nett, his attorney, and flies his com
plaint herein, together with an affida
lt of a competent person. Fhowlng that
the defendant thereto, to-wit: George
C. Mayer Is not a resident of the State
of Indiana.
Said defendant is therefor hereby
notiiled of the pendency of said action
and that the same will stand for trial
at the next term of said court, and
that unless he appear and answ er or
demur therein, at the calling- of said
cause, on the 13th day of February, A.
D, 1922, the same belnfr the 31st day
of the next term of satd Court to be
heirun and held in Room number 2 in
the Court House at Hammond, in said
County and State, cn the 2nd Monday
of January, A. D. 1922. said action will
be heard and determined in his absence.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF. I hereun
to set my hand and affix the seal of
said Court, at Hammond. Indiana, this
ISth day of December. A. IT". 1921.
HERRERT L. WHHATOX,
(Seal) Clerk L. S. C.
p.y: nimi BERG,
Deputy Clerk. 12:21:27:1:3
STATE OF INDIANA. LAKE COUNTY.
SS: BEFORE CHARLES F. FREIIV
RICH, A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE
IN AND FOR NORTH TOWNSHIP.
ANTON PA IT LI K VS. FRANK JEWELL
ET AL. ACTION IX ATTACHMENT.
Comes now the plaintiff, by G. C.
White, Attorney, and shows to the
court that on the 9th day of November.
1921, he filed his complaint herein, also
affidavit in attachment toKether with
bond; that said plaintiff -now files the
affidavit of a. competent person show
ing that the defendant Frank Jewell is
not a resident of the State of Indiana,
and that this action is an action In at
tachment. Said defendant Is therefore hereby
noticed of the pendency of said action
and that the same wlil stand for trial
on the 13th day of February. 1922, at
nine o'clock a. m. on s!d day, and that
unless he appears and answers or de
murrs therein at the calling of said
cause on said date, said action will be
heard and determined in his absence.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereun
to set my hand and affix my seal of
Mrs. E. Lee,
certified medium.
Advice D-f'ty on
Right way to live.
Hours 9 to 9.
Spiritual meet
ings every Sundiy
and Wednesday,
welcome. I'RF.L.
Phone Hamnioi.d
tl-J
8 tv m. Everybody
6 State Line St.
3346.
SLUGGED, ROBBED AND
KICKED FROM AUTO
Olaimim.- that four in '1 in an auto
mobile sliisrsJcd and p.lil.ol him -Hid
then kl.-ke.l him out of the machine.
G.-..ii;e Gladich. 2 I ! 7 Wa s h ' p t . .11 street
Oary, -a,a-i found in a da:.-..-.! lon.iition
wa ride rin 1; alonr the street in tin vic
inity of la tli avenue and 'I. a s sf., t
ail,- this moriilnu-. H,- v.as Mitl.rin.:
Irofu painful itijurbs about his head
ale! -.v.-,.-- v - 1 t-i.-,i!i-, I ,Cl. .itioti b Dr.
Yarriru-'ton after t.elnjf brought to the
G.i 1 J Ja .1 i. i. s lal 1011.
STATE SUPT.
mffUMS
OF TEACHING
That the standard of work be in if
done by .-(..nie hiith .-.-hool teachers in
tin- state, many of 'i lu.m received
permits after twenty-four weeks o
Ii ofession-,1 training. Is "exceed inuly
bad." Benjamin J. Rurris, state super
intendent of public instruction said at
a mettfriir of the state board of educa
tion Friday.
Mr. Rurris said that the situation Is
a result of ttie vnr ihich forced the
board t" take into the school system
many teacher why had not hiiii proper
UHiee this 2 0 1 ! 1 day of December, 1U21.
CHAS. H. FKIKDIUCH,
(Seal) Justice of the.Feace
12:20:27:1:3
STATU rF INDIANA. COT'XTY OF
LAKH. SS: IN THK LAKH SUl'KIi
IOK COl'HT. X IVEM HKlt TKHM,
i:2i. c(irsr: no. i2'.o-,-i.
CF.NTRAL I.FMI-.F.K AXD .MILL COM
I'AXV. A (MIiroUATIOX, VS. UICTf
LA X I HOi BF.U ' 'O-MI'AXY, A
COIU'OKATIOX. XOTICF TO ('BHD
ITOKS OF IlIOHLAXD Ll'ilKKR
CO .MI "A X Y.
-Ml crediiorti of tP- Hirhland hum
ber Company, a corporation, of Hie.
land, lini,.ioa, uli- i.i.eo, notitied that
the undersigned has been appointed
Receiver by order of the Lake Circuit
Court at Crown I'olnt. Indiana, and that
said court has fixed Friday, February
3, 192
as the last day upon which
claims of creditors of said Highland
Lumber Company, a corporation, may
be filed.
All creditors are hereby notified to
j file with the undersigned Receiver,
verified iu-mic.'d statements of tho
amounts claimed due them from Raid
lumber company, on or before Febru
ary 3. 1922. aJid claims filed after said
date will, by order of said court, not
te considere nor allowed to parti
cipate in tho assets or distribution
made by said Receiver in said cause.
JOHN" C. HORN,
Iiecoi ver
Fast Chicago, "Indiana
RILKY, HF.MimOFF, DYF.R & REED,
Fast Chlcapo, Indiana,
Attorneys for Receiver. 12:27:1:3
training. He said the result was that
"exceedingly bad work is now beinn
done in some commissioned hii?h
schools of the state and that it "is
having its effect."
"It would be far better to close those
hl;h schools in question than to per
mit such a situation," L. I. Renezot.
of Evansville, a member of the board
said. L. X. Hines, president of the In
diana State Normal school and a mem
ber of the board moved that the sit
uation be covered in a report by E. H
Wetherow, state hitfh school inspector,
at a meeting of the board January 23.
The motion was unanimously carried.
The board also will hold an all-day
session January 24.
TWO DIE
R
(INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE1
PA SSI AC, N. J.. Dec. 27 A seventeen
year old girl and her IS year old sweet
heart are dead today, the rc.-r.ilt of a
sulcb'.o pact, according to the police
Tho pirl, Matilda Rist, died in a hos
pital two hours after taking strychnine
while fitting in the parlor of her home.
Thomas Brandy, the sweetheart, who
took a dose of the same poison a few
minutes later, died shortly after the
Kirl passed away.
The t?!rl steadfastly refused to dis
cuss her reasons for the suicide pact.
The youth told Captain Turner of the
Passaic nollee department, that the
! Rlrl had confided to him a few days afro
j that her condition was such that she
jdid not want to live any longer. Brandy
then told her, he said, that life held
nothing dear for him and they decided
-.to end their lives together. Brands pur
chased the poison, tellinsf a dru- store
j clerk he wanted to kill a dot;. The
couple planned to end their lives at
once, but postponed the act until last
night so that they would not spoil the
Christmas for their families.
ILLEGALLY
ItLLLriUL
PI TIT. A r,ET.f?n A , Pec. ST. -Over two
and nie-half million tralb.ns of alco
hol have 1 n lib eally released her.-
within the List four motilhs. :i.-rr.lini:
! to Harvey L. Duncan, su .-r visi 11 u pro
hil.ition nforiem.-nt au-.-nt lore.
S.v.n hundred thousand ualb.ns
were released through the machination
of small bootl.-tru rs, Duncan said,
while ipiO.i.na gallons were put on the
market by "Sam ' Sin.-r, ko.w n lo
cally as the "l-iiMf of th.- bootleew;. rs."
other persons atol firms responsible,
ac-ord i n e to Duncan, nr.-: Fb-is, h man.
New York, ipuonoi irallons: 1: ra I u alco
hol. 1 to, min plliiiw; A. R. Slat.r and
1 1 AV. Pennar. dis.harued prohibition!
oflicials, i.ii.iiiiia gallons: Rurlintton
lira in nlchol (""... Burlington. X. J.,
i:2,a'iii allon.-i.
Ihere way one Gary man I hat play
ed Santa Cia-is in tea! Oari.-lmas spir
it fashion this .ar and to- is tn.no
otio r :'i-in 'n,.--.-r:i!in:; Attorn, y D. M
I-Cind.-r. It took th" Senator most .-" ;
Saturday to distribute his utfts ab.,ii;
tb- city and what's more lie did no, ;
.v. riook '-i.iii, of the n, 1 dy in th.- i,-tv, ;
CHICH
ESTER S PILLS
IM-t III iIOMI Pit A ML
l.mtl.-af A.l. your llrnicrf.1. f -r
hl-lir-f t-r lliuniuml Ili-MnH
1. .1. u ....... .,,11. m .
lake n nlhr. Ilur ot roup
lrii((if. A-H.il II 1.4 lll.s.Trit
ll Minvil 11 If l
ll.l.s, f..r . i
in i-i l'-et. . Me I
Krl! ,' tf i
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
iAv
MONEY TO LOAN
Any Amount up to $300
On Fnrniture. Ilano. etc.. with- f !
out removal
There are no Charges .r Frtras.
1 NTEi ! EST at l.-u:,l Rate.
J'risata and Conti.ieritial
Xilcaused and Ilonded
PHONE NO. 323
Room 3, Panama ItHjt.
E. State st., Hammond
IN SUICIDE
AGREEMENT
ALCOHOL
REIEffl
!j
i
H
1 &mmmmmm
i
148-150
FAMOUS FANS
PQOi IN fT VvYAL'-T(rrST
fD STICKS OOrAD TLU
HE'S fVvVitD To MOSiH 14 -
TrA t nv. OV THt 'POLICES
B Y ' m w 4
THFyEE BREAK BONES
ON SLIPPERY WALKS
Another victim was added to the
long- list of Garyites who suffered!
falls on the slippery streets and side
walks in Gary last Thursday when it
became, know n that H. J. Homier, man
aT of the SiitKer Sewint; Machine
company, slijiped on the sidewalk at
Eighth avenue and Tyler street, suffering-
a compound fracture of the el
bow. Fred Couk, who fractured several
ribs, and Nick Conthotmes, who broke
an arm, both employed as switchboard
operators at the Gary police station,
are reported confined to their homes
and petting along as well as can be
expected today.
Inaugural Services at
The Orpheum Theatre
Extensive arrangements ars be'.ntr j
completed this wee'- for the jnar. -. ';ur-
ai device., to be held at the orpheum
theater on the afternoon cf Tuesday.
Jan. 2, when expiring Miivr
; 1 1 i a r :
F. Hodees wi:i har.d over the S.cy.s of
the
-i City
.Mayox-EIelt I'., o
Johnson. The propram as it will be
rendered will be announced in sever-
al days. Mayor Johnson issues a cor-
dial invitation.
ISSUES NEW
PHONE RATE
Patrons of the Gary exchange of the
the Illinois Bell Telephone company
have received notices through the mail
announcing that the telephone com-
pany will Install four party line phone
after the first of the year at the rate
ot b-.ou per moo.,.. ,i - " -
many will taice auvnntaire 01 tn- new
offer.
LONE DRUNK IS
ARRESTED SATUR
DAY BUT IS FREED
Judtre Dunn Saturday dismissed the
case of Mike Marich, Thirteenth and
Jefferson street, the only "drunk" ar
rested Saturday.
Well, Christmas was cominc nnd
Mike had a very Rood friend he de
cided he ought to oohhrute the com-I
in tar Tub tide with. His friend in the
prp,,n of T-ipv Tnrknf is n restinf
at home w ith his hen 1 l.t a I .'ip lah.-.-
"Too much moonshine" is i-iv-en as
the reason.
many of c-apy's
POOR ARE C-TVEN
ASSISTANCE
Christmas v. n mad.- luippj for nainv
of flary's poor t.eople with the aid of
the Gary Co,.d Fellows, th.- Salvation
Army, the Red i'ros-- and various cl.ihs
and ,.rt:i ni-.'.a t b ns. A u-rrat pnpb.r
of Chri.-tmas baskets t'lb-d -i t h .v-
orvthintr t-o eat and to-- tor the 'Pals
were del iv.-red at homesVm the s.oith
side ,7f iturv,
Many m- n, formerly ma!:in--r uocl,
'-nee in the Garv t . 1 mil!--, are cm t i
of work itnd are unable to obtain em-,
plovm.-nt ..f nny bind In m.e-t ,.f tl,"
families th.-ri- are miinv .hiPir.n. aad'
without lb" a-d of Gum's thoughtful!
people. Christmas d.-c to th--m wont. I ,
tiave m.-ant no pi.--, t h a n a ra . 1 h .-r ". ,;, . ;
cheerless day.
STEEL WORKERS
nuTTdTT ttttt TimTTiTi
JjlNJUI X U J-i ij il i-J i j
The Gary Sitel Mills, the piaiit
.lie Am. ti.-iin Sheet and Tin Phi.- i
it,.. ,:... ,.r rPe I ' j ... . , :
S:eel C'otnpaiiy ol,--.-r a-d i hrisMnas b-
Gvin- ino.-t of tl.-; sf--l workers n
two days holiday. Most of t
. re r.eiinitt,.! to leave Work
le III CP
"1 S a. - j
a-.lav . veniri"- shifts and did not re- j
tarn to words until last night and this
tiiornin g- j
Startin-- this Tnorriin"- tiie sto . t mills i
it the' jdant of th" Am. ri.-an Siie.-t ;
ami T.n Plate Co.. start, d U she. -t
miiis and three jobbing mills. It is
understood that an, Oar date mill In j
- ddlllon to 1 he fourteen start' -! to-1
lav and wl.i Pa I'.aeed in op' i at ion ,
. ..me time I'd.' , ,- k.
DULL IN THE CITY
COURT SATURDAY
With only three on the d 'ek- !
li- r
in Gary pope court Sata:,!.
insr, Ju.l-T" In. an tini-'i'-d tl
uiornlng grind in record time
m.rn -
is ia J
.-. Ven
n'llntitcs. Court was adjourned to s
j-e-ip wed tiiis morning. i
GARY
NEWS
. -. 1 , . . I L t"
(JSr IJ II 1 V v-i e - ,1 s-vivj
"To tsovr
i l!'7!.i?V
PibtsNrW
i SJ- 7r
(
LINN TO EE NEW
POLICE CAPTAIN
' WllMait) Urn, farmer detective eer
C'liii". on the ;- pyice force who
h.'ts h'.-'-n in charge of the police force
li- p'Lit of the American Sheet an ! '
T.n J'iate company f.jr several year
will be named Captain to succeed Cap
tain James Yoriioka who tendered his
r.sRmation last Saturday, it was bain
id t'-day. C. .plain Frank R"ach one
of the popular members of the depart
ment wi'.: be retained in the present
position by Mayor-elect R. O- Johnson
it is undef-j-'tood.
FIRE CAUSES
A $75.00 LOSS
A chimney fire which re-suHed in a
loss of $75.00 occurred at the home of
N. Deng-ala, 3517 Adams street. When
the firemen. arrH-ed the roof was a
mass of flxmes and for a time the ex
tent of the wa.-s questionable.
Rut. the firo boy-- r t .in tru i."!ied the
fre with only a ios.s of $75. 0C.
Another srr.aM fire ca::si-d by chim
ney sparks occurred at 1615 Broad
way. The firemen used chemicals and
the Are was extinguished without any
loss.
j pi -ryry p! rTTT T1
A V&j.
ivikj TJli'IES ACTIVITIES
After u vn-t.fl -r.
two li-c.-s, the
jG.iry Iik.; y-ip.-ri.-r -v-ju today re-
I sumed the ever- day grind. Many
J ,-.ascn are .i-hed tiled for trial today,
I Not a L-rcat den.: has been iroinsr on in
the court for the past few days, m-ost
of the papers bird b.-ir.ir applications
for citizetish'p papers by Gary resi
dents. GARY RESIDENTS
BEHAVE OVER XMASi
j w,.h th(1 iJXi.,
- ( . ?
vj .a,;, (i, t,
M- m f a lia.lf a d :z-Mi.'t':-:.
nne.-s, two for
.pjor law nn"j
"r. - vt - ra! other ti--im r .-Parses Gary res-
! i ietits wie en g..,.d P. havp-.r over the
i Christmas holiday Saturday night.
Sunday and Monday. One was an out
of town offender, IPdta Parfuchasek of
East Cltb a ip. Tnd., who was arrest-d 1
at 174 Broadway early thi.- morniti-:
on a'n intoxication charge. :
WOMAN INJURED
WHEN FORD HITS
STREET CAR
Mrs. Mar- Sur-y i
c!-.-.:settc sfr., P 'Pa:
': ' ' 1 'ir'i- - - - y ,vnio' when
a t'-'rd 1 1 i -. - -1 .v ) - iiiif'.-r.'. c .pibd
w'f ' .n east b --ir d r-r.-et enr f:t 1 1th
I ....ini': . a o .a 1 . a a i , Si T eel. I . . .
children in Co- ma.hiti,- esc.-i , ,.-..i ln-J.ii.-r.
Mrs. Sarin, hia w:is t.-iiw-n to a
' ;!. Sl.-ill ll':- lP, . VVh. fe .-he l;i J o v ,. n
! me. P. a ; a ; n : i i -n.
i,:,-, ,,v..
,-'v"-
j STOLEN AUTO
FOUND WRECKED'
j'
A seven pnssen. ;
"i e II f J O a Justice !
11 t o the ) . a a 1 a
ay, CP 1 : , i a ' n 1 i
d,
aa.-r ant
ra-,:,,, -hem in
at 1 Rrojid-
:i -i f o a nd a: j '
Road, w.'ci k.-.l. 1 '
il!!, a-.'i p.:.- and c:,;;; R.,.,,-1 wtc. 1.-,1
- v. :ai
lb. - t .. ;
,1 all
t.-ils l' ,1:
"RTTT.T.PT V T fpT T P-f
,
W I JLlL KtCOVEK
Torn t'tc.ian -p, la t y 'a rid !r-.-et.
lai v. is con-", ned .-, a, a-v h..s,- : ; a !
i ., Gary t.dav ; , .. a: ..f a ...llet
tir. .i b Fi.ink Basi- -t lii.. same ad -
!;.,r;,r.. '..V .l'
' ' '.' "" " ' ..." '
: in f r -nt o!
st r! k i n Orsr-n.t!--it-pir
the
,
j o la ii in
:.! s a i .. a ; V ; " n .; r-i t i
f : :iv. r. . T
1 1 hat he w
his nioiia.",-: it was I .;.. rtdl 1
i'i ri-eoy.-r. I:a-:c'n h was
'Alls a-as- i from eU.---ot,'y.
a j r .- t .
nTPO T?T? OT.T
A. -I . . ' -i- V -- I ...
HEART ATTACK
Suffering fr on
eating .n.r.per in
rant on Vi", .-t
Sa t n r da - : erPn
t it L' .! :" : -
imdleai asi-ta
.. .- r a : tack vt hirt
1 - r- i ; i n r r. s : a u -;
. ii U" i ti Gary.
.1. .ars.-n. ae. -d
. r. di.-d a- t'-a-'
a s .s a m m. ne i.
The body was tak n ;..
morgue. ';;n,ral iirr.tiut
, -. ..11 ,:-.'
pot n.-.-ii c..i.pi.i,-. a., r
CRIPPLE PASSES
AWAY ON XMAS
I'oiloU in;- the
ch of char. C.-.rl-a.
M r,-y :,. 'a.!.
: 1 1 :-. - s .--. C i : ri s I mas
p .1 '.co d- part nient
. ' 1 : ' g.t t 1 .n into ."
: son, a c.-i-o .-.
i after t. :i da
- m-'i n 'n ,-T. the t ;
hav.
i ' p-
i
w as t ; l e o w n .
J V
J
By Kopf.
'PPvS IrSULTlbiGX
CCCRiMG
10, 11-rci t-lirw -CRtXll MS;
oh-iDAkJV J
cv-a- rrr ) I v.AWKJ AiXF.ss
1 1 1 1 - - yty rifi.
, -
of some valuableis and an Insurance
poiicy which are alleg-eaj to hava dl
appeared, from his shack whr li re
sided at 918 Washington, street. Tho
body wag taken to Williams morg'-ua.
LOWELL
Jerome Dinwiddle went to LogTana
porte, Ind., Saturday to visit his laugh
ter, Mrs. John Hochhalter and family
over Christmas.
Mr. and Mm. Edg-ar Van Sleet went
to Aurora, III., Saturday to visit rela
tives for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Michael -Melted
their son Iren and family In Oak
Park, III., Saturday and yesterday.
Mr. and Mr Robert Galloway are
visiting- here parents Mr. and Mrs.
NiH-s Clements.
Miss Marion Nelson who is attending
Purdue university at Lafayette Is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. F. E. Nelson.
Ceo Brown who i astudent at the
Purdue university i. visiting his par
ents Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Brown.
O. E. Peterson of Valparaiso visited
his mother Mrs. George Peterson here
Saturday and yesterday.
Chrlstm-as exercises were held in
the Christian church Saturdity even
ing and In the M. E. church last even
in?. There was n. large crowd in at
tendance at both services.
Mrs. Mary Davis, librarian at thu
publl- library had a Christmas tree
at the library Saturday afternoon.
There were about eighty children pres
ent. Miss Marguerite Plm-pson enter
tained the little folks with stories -or
an hour. The affair tvos a very en
joyable one for the little folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seyfnrth of
I Blue Island. 111., visited her sifters,
j Mrs. V. K. Roberts and Mrs. Clayton '
'Randolph and families here yesterday
Fre d Kbert, Sr., of SefTner, Florida
ln-Bt evening to visit hls Bon
Frank, Fred and Lester and families
Mr. and Mrs. John Castle and their
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim--
oM..a.ii...u l.eie .-.diumiij- bird yepier
fay.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Danm of En--:
Chicago visited relatives here Satur
day and Sunday.
HESSVILLE
OBITTTAJRY
Martha Esther Reynolds, second of
three daughters of M-. and Mrs.
Charles F. Reynolds. oC Luddington,
!?!f Ma.sa- ' Michigau, was born at Eureka, II!!
v. as naifif-.'l'.y rois. July 23, 1x77. After seven weeks
illm-ss she passed away Dec- H. 1??1.
! v)-.rs. r onths. Iivm
t??ie fius'.n)ni the loss of bet- father
August 1 1, it'!.",, and uiotiu-r, January
17i. T.'-o.
TTr;:::: tz:::::
jm... to ,.-., i..; .- 9,n. i;..i.-
T, at
' "f "
'(:.-. "tout. ilr ot.-.l t't an, .Httjdvnt
; "1 tie Void of Cod. pp-niber of the
I 1 '1 lit is of i,"ir:-t. S'p- Pas b-'en espee
Maliy . ctivo in the chri oian K.-davir
I' tJ, tP.- IPtie S. !io,.i, ti,,. .vtd So
i clef an.l t ,pe- i..I!y interested In
t :
M issnr...ry --: rk cf the church.
j One v.-.ir
j m-. eii to
! In the i. a
t Jipte t!ie fa:.-il!y
fiVlr-i' ma n iber?P.: p
rah of Carist. At
.si, she was treas
so of the IX.-rcas
! " -tlitt
1 un r .-f
.1
So.i.-ty.
1 ;i., ,,f th" pre at Joys of her Uf.
' u a .- ber r.1 . ao
j the giving ber lltt'o son Robert
' u 1,.,;.. to Christ and witness his sweet
ci.e.l!-!,.-e !r. the likfress c-f his I.o.-a
f.utii'i and re urr.jctlon. To him hr
.memory v.-1 ! d -c- -,d the u art st or
all .-art'il r t - : o 1 1, -. 1 1 :;. n s . T- her hus
band an-i son -;. paw ex to:: (Is b'tcit ::
itig hards v elcooilng them to the Joy
(f he-ivef:.
She leaves tv. o ulsters, Mrs. Mr
Mullen.
Nebraska. .Mrs. Hole" Brown
of H(--s .lie. To tht m sh.': extends her
-i.-p-:ly io-.e r.s. a J'e.:.'. o:iiy all't to
, : h throvtgh the years u.-.tll they
iin e t :,ca . n.
To the cl.ur.;h she ext-n J a word
of .lne. r until we meet In the church
lr:ump:.:;Tii..
I
i Ge-g-
or; r p.nt t'tc ' -to part of
the week :C Marc-.... h .: n . !. ; ;r r.tbbtt..
Mr. find Mrs. Wm. i.-ttiv.-p. tire ?in..
n!ni;- Ij sp- ti.l :t f- -.',- '.tiv:i with re.'a-t:-
at Cl, nr:i, 1.1.1s.
Mr. a'n! Mrs. E. Mason ami baby.
h'.. - .t',:. -ndVh.rCintc;.'
:. a ve
,ne t-
y tx-
Mr. Chas. C..rnet;i of ' II xpp Road,
v io 1: at St. MniUKt's h-a-pia.: l.i re
porf.-d as rap'.d..y r.w '-rini; t'r.:a i.or
recent opera! ion and ;. e ; act ed hotno
by New Year's Diy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Shay were. H3k.ni-
rjp.iond shopjierj
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