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Tuesday. February 21, W22.
PAGE SEVEy THE DAY BEFORE THE ROYAL NUPTIALS Official Description of Wedding Gown Which Will be Worn by Princess Mary BY KDNA HVBEU CHURCH r5TAF CORESPONDENT I. N. SERVICE! LONDON, Feb. 21. This Is Prim-ess Miiry's big day before the weddinsr. Tliat most important duty of all the trying; on of tte weddirtK sown takf- piaoe this mominRr. If everyt r, incr if satisfactory it will be the last fittir. at the hands of the modiste. The re mainder of her trousseau bas been, in readiness for several days. The king and queen this after-noon are giving: the first of a series of wed ding' parties, to which eeryone w no has the slightest claim to distinction in governmental affairs hopf to be in vited. The wedding: rehearsals, a pngcant which is expected to rial the, actual performance in splendor, win take place the latter part of the week. An elaborate propram of rccial rausle has been prepared by Synriney Kicholson. orjra.nist of Wrstmistf r Abbey, for the -tteddinj; of Prtncoss Mary and Viscount Lascellcs on FVb ruary 2S. The princess bas approved it and it is being rehearsed. It Is probable that the ireretlemen and boys of his majesty's chapej royal, droned in their scarlet coats, rtvill be included in the Abbey choir. Press Photographers will be admitted to a royal wedding; ceremons for the. first time 'when Princess Mary is mar ried. Hitherto only artists fn per mitted to depict the scene on these frcat occasions, painting thrni ufon Clnvas. The groom-to-be Viscount. X-arcrtles. ha changred his plans and instead of livins his brother for the best man. 'ht office "!!! be by Major Kir Victor Mackenzie. Bart. I. P. O . M. V. O.. Scot 'Jjards. Sir Victor is 3? years of ass. t;ie same age as Vsscount I-ascel! and came Into his title in 1506. He, is .-i close fried of Viscount La.scai!es, :rved with distinction in the war. was wounded twice and received the fis o istjnguisbed s'rrlce order. The ,cov errment of the Republic of Fij.amj 'nf"rred a decoration upon tb baro nrt. There wUl actually be four "d if ftsren t recessions into the Abbey, the r'rst "ill be that of the royal famii.lv and representatives of foreign oourts. with Wieen Alexandria, grandmother of the brfd?. as the central figure. Uer escort protably will be the Duke, of Con is. i us ht . Personal It costs bo more to bay a Kelly. JGrand T. Meyer, Jr., sen of Mr. .nd Mr. P.. T. Meyer o Toty street, i very much improved aifter having oeen critically ill -wit'a double pneu monia. Dr. Joseph A. Capps, Jted ii.rg rpeciallt of Chicago, was c&iled f r consultatica by Dr. E. S. Jor.es. th attending physician. Pre Gra.nd is ve.;i on the read to recovery, ajid hid many friend trust ttis convalescence be early. CTe'.r rehearsal of th Firs- Presby terian church w.li be heid this even ing at t' ! home of Mrs. L.. Rom-"rger- 1 Glendale Park. Kehearsal b' - promptly at seven-thirty. :';ioe a vweasant social hour. A fu'I attetidaice is desired. Michael 'VTagner of Hammond, with Alfred Thompson and Forest Morlan of Chicago and Herbert Hammond of Chi cago Heights spent tho week-end with iriend In Rensselaer. Vr. aa'l Vra. Richard O. "Wlnckler hare lned cards (for a bridge and riancing party at tho HarcmoDd Coun try C3u on iha t-wecty-soventh. of Kebruary. Tho aJtnnaT 'Men and Boys" banquet o? the Pin Street Presbyterian church -wiil be. held Wednesday evenirg of thr:s weelt in th church. Major Funk hcuscr ef Cb-icagro will be the speaker and tb banquet w-ill be erved by the Ia4ia' Aid of the charch. Abenjt one Ii-mdred trtet and boys are expected to attend the function. Tfteme-made plea, th kind mother .sed to baJe, at the Trinity T vague fie Social Thursday evening, February ihe twenty-third, at eight o'clock. All members and friends cf Trinity are tordiaUy invited. Ti Gennan'.a CIuI l,a4tes Society will meet tomorrow afternoon and plana have been made for a very good time. Coffpfl nd cake will be served aad all members and their friends are invited. Mtss P.yth Conant of Chicago bas be come a member of the faculty of the Hammond Musical College, and will Rive instruction in haimony and counterpoint, composition and modula tor, and orchestration. Miss Conant. a. brilliant pianist, has studied with Adolph Weidig, one of America's fore most Instructors of harmony and piano and with Alexander Raab. a p-.Tnisl of International fame. The Harmony Club wii! be "ntnrtain erj tomorrow nt a one o'cl-sck luncheon by Mrs. Ii. Paul Keltzer in her home on Harrison street. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Cen-i-nsry M. K. church will meet tomor row for an all day meeting in the par lors of the church. Mrs. Leo "Wolf of Potith Hohman street spent Sunday with Mrs. A. Leo pold off Kensaelaer. The members of Edward II. Lrsn Post of Veterans of Foreign Wars are desirous of obtaining tho names and addresses of all Gold Star Mothers. Fathers and Widows of sailors, soldiers and marines rem iJJke county and West Hammond, who died in service daring the late war, wluther overseas or in this country. This so that these people may be sent an invitation to at tend the performance cf "A P.uck Op DR. H. E. FEHRENBACHER Dentist Rooms 5 and 6, Eder Bldg. 627 HOHMAN ST. Phone 2828 Hammond", Ind. Princess Mary's Wedding Dress LONDON, Feb. II. The 'Official description" of Princess Mary's ma fini firont wedding: gown was given to the press today. it is of silver clothing:, marqui sette ami uchess satin brocade. Thousands of peed and baroque pearls and minute diamonds of sil ver bullion were sewed into the cloth. Kivins it a Miimmerins ap pearance of exuuisitc beauty. The rose, the shamrock, the thistle, the lotus, the wattle, the maple leaf and the three ferns were cleve.rely work ed into the cloth, representing: the various parts of the British empire, which have a flower or a shrub for th"ir symbol. There is f.rst a ftraight robe or ptticoat of cloth of tilvcr that reaches to the ankles and is cut with square decolletege. The over dress of marquisette is imposed over this. This overdress is of cobweb by fineness and has a "V" shaped decolletefie. It falls straight from the shoulders with the pearl and diamond roues worked out in relief and making: beautiful tracery amongst the traceries of the foliaec. The sleeves are of three-quarters length. The. second procession v ill be that ft Queen Mary, attended by ladies of her household and walking with the Puke of York, brother of the bride. Behind them will cone Prince Henry and Prince George. Then will come the short procession of the bridegroom and those who will attend him at the altar. Lastly there w!H be the procession headed by Trin- fss Mary, who will be escorted by her father, the king. be will be followed by her eight English bridesmaids. On tho conclusion of the ceremony the bride and groom will be the first to leave the Abbey. The princess is paying a delicate compliment to all rarts of the United Kingdom in her nuptial arrangements. Her wedding cake was mired In Scot land, part of her trousseau was made In Ireland ar.d the gold for her wed illng was mined in Wales. and Social News Leave," as the guests of the Post on Saturday evening, March eleventh. The esteemed veterans of wars, members of the Grand Army of tb.3 Republic, will rilsc be invited to this performance, to b presented on VETERANS OF FXJHEIGN WARS NTGHT. The name and addresses of these people are e quested to e tent to Adj. Mac Mc CluTe, 495 160th street. Hammond, giv ing the name and outfit with which the individual served. The "Woman's Auxiliary of St. Paul's Episcopal church will hold their regu lar meeting at the home otf Mrs. John P. Smalley of Detroit street on Thurs day afternoon at two o'clock, promptly. Mrs. Carrie B. AveriJl of Fort Wayne, Indiana, will give a talk on eburch service league cud a large attendance is requested. Opal Hive 85S L. O. T. Jr. will me.t tonight at e.gl.t o'clock in the I. O. O. F. ha!i. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Firs: Presbyterian church will meet tomor row afternoon at half past two o'clock, when Mr. Peter Ta.ni3 and Mrs. Charles Fletcher will entertain. Ii. L.. Bomberger and email son, Cressier, of Glendale Park, are in In dianapolis and will return within a few days. VT. J. "Whitesell of Wallace Roa1 has returned from Butler. Pa., where he was called by the sudden deatns 4. his mother, Mra. Hattie McKlwaia. and his sister, Mrs. Jane Sc'aaeffer. Last evening the East Chicago Eiks entertained at a magnificent hanque". in the dining talon of the Lyndora hotel. The table was handsomely ap- Card of Tlianks We wish, to thank the Gibson Sub war Office ani Maccabees, friends, neighbors and relative for this kind ness and sym.Dat.hy shown during the illness and death of our dafiing baby and also for the beautiful floral offer ings. MR. - MARS. THEO. M. CUTTLE P. AND FAMTlT. 2-21-1 Special Orders Accepted Parkers Donuts Phone 43 1 6-R Hammond HEAR HEAR HEAR HARRY J. LOOSE LECTURE ON "CRIME" It's Cause, Practice and Prevention BAPTIST CHURCH Thursday Eve, Feb. 23rd 8 P. M. Tickets on sale at Summers' Pharmacy pointed with crystal, silver and linen, and there were large bouquets of roses. Covers were laid for forty couples, and the g;usts were participants in t!i Klk minirels. recently given in the Haitley theatre of Kal Chicago. Tin;- dinixr was elaborate arid delic;. ous. Paneinj wad enjoyed liming- the evening; n evcel'ent sit-pieee orches tra offered the program. The, commit tee in charge of which Mr. Craft a cnairinau, deserves gre il praise for the complete success of the function. Th Hyde Park ladies- Aid Society w ill meet w ith Mrs. V . Vt' . Preston 2iG Conkey avenue, tomorrow after noon at half past two o'clock. Mrs. Jack Matthews harmingly en tertained last evening- in her home on William street in honor of Miss Pert ha Kleihege. who will become the bride of Kdwar-l Hasse on Saturday. There were three tabls of file hundred, and the honors were made by Mrs. William Hasso. Jr. Miss Kleihege was iven the consolation jirize. Luncheon was nerved in the dining room, where the tnble was covered with exquisite Maderia, and silver candlesticks held burning yellow tapers. A silver bas ket held dainty pink sr.d yellow boti lors. The sjuest of honor was pre sented with a beautiful Rift from her hostess, and the evening was a most delightful one. LIVE LOCAL NEWS "ADS" HEMSTITCHING Kfmstlirh your Spring Garment with f.old or Silver Threadj by HiiKtyj. We natch an color. 91 Slate St. PbMie 41, Htmnnl. 2-14-tf The Raengerbund Fidelia has given away all Its income during the fast years to the poor. Help them to mak some more money at thir annual mas querade hall Saturday, pen. Zi. at Unity Ha.Il. Z-Z-l Hammond Musical College Place. Voice. Violin. Public Spea leg, Ckelele. Banjo, Mandolin. Guitar Dancing. Dramatic Art. 10-i Pon t forget to attend the annua! prize masquerade ball given Sanger hund Fidelia Saturday. Feb. 2.. s' Unity Hall. Z-ZO-X Hammond Council No. 99 K. A s. M . -will hold a special assembly Tues day evening. Feb. 21, opening at 7:30 o'clock. H. .fc S . M. degrees will b .on'erred. Members requested to at tend. -18-C0 C. D. MOONET. I. M. SAEGEIlBCMJ-FirU-LIA. Tickets for our great pnzg masquer ade ball now far sa'.e at F. C Miller's, ISO State St., ijc each. Avoid the rush at the door. 2 -C I -5t Masonic Notices Ksmmond Commandery No. 41 K T. will hold a stated conclave Monday evening, Feb. 2th. opening at 7:3n o'clock. Red Cross degree. TV. T:. START5MAN. E. C- Tie Sae.ngerbund Fidelia will give away $200 in prizes for the best cos tumes shown at prize masquerade bail Patrurday. Feb. 25. at Unity Hal! Tickets 75 cents. 2 -2 -1 To Ex-Service Men Federal Juige Kenesaw M. Landir of Chicago said: "The American Lcg-on is the greatest Insurance policy tnl? nation ha." Mr. Ex-Serviee Man r you a mem ber of the American Lejrion? ro you know your membership in the legion means much to you 7 The legion can do more for you thnn any other organization, and you will find association with memberi o the legion well worth while. The week ly paper is worth more than th pr;n: o.f memberfh'.p. Join r'ff. Sec Pr. W. E. Nichols,' Hohman &. Sibley St. C-C1--M Have yon seen "'Je Pal" 7 She w.H be at Saengerbund-Fide'ia masquerade ball Saturdar, Fob. C5. Unity Hal!. :-'21-l NOTICE May it be known that ore F. C. Miller, 1?9 State street. Tel. 1730, if the authorized agent for all our prod ucts for Lake County. WHITE SEWING MACHIXF. CO., :-:i-st Cleveland, Ohio. Doubles of the leading filmstar? will compete for the beauty prize r-v-en at the big rnanquerado ball I'n'ty Hal'., Saturday. Feb. C5. "-"1-1 Golden Rod Camp 165? 71.- N. of A . will meet tomorrow evening. Feb. -2 at I. O. O. F. hall on State St. Meet ing to be called at 7:C0 after which there will be a Washington birthday party and parcel post rale. Members are requested r"t to forget their par cels, refreshments served. 5-21-1 BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH Substantial Choice Dishes 55c James Connie MEE HOTEL Resturant Phone 574 .AwuN QUI iijuiumiiihui t' -ti him . Miss Marian McA !eer. Miss Kather ine. Huehel and Mis Marian Cunning ham liave returned from Ttocltford Col lege or' UocjffurO, 111., where they were the week-end auests of Miss Kleanor Shiaiklin, a student there. Mrs. Sarah Margaret Brjte.il, for merrly of Cedar l,ake, Indiana, has ome to Hammond to make her home with her granddaughter, Mrs. Lcirand T. Meyer of loty street. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Elman of Glen dale Park have returned from Alabama where they spent the past two months in their winter home. Miss Clara Nagel is quite ill w.th iritluenxa in the 'home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Nagel of youth Hohman street. Miss Margaret Turner entertained Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ham 111 of Cam rose, Algeria. and Mrs. Blaisdel of Punisuta wney. Pa., at a luncheon todav in the South Shore Country club. Mrs. ' Hamill was quite well known in Ham mond as Miss Frances Blaisdel. AT THE PARTHENON. "The man who exceeded himself" might well be applied to Mack Sen nett after one has Been "Molly O," his latest picture with Mabel Normand which opened an engagement of five days at the Parthenon theater yester day. "Molly O" was frankly adver tised as an attempt on the part of Mr. Sennett to exceed the entertainment values of his production of several years ago "Mickey" and the production itself is proof of how well he accom plished his ambition. Thousands of motion' picture theater fans have a fond recollection of F. B. DAVIS J. T. STAMM Chiropractor Chiropodist SUITES 410-412, HAMMOND BUILDING Phonei: Hammond 2809-2533 573 Hohman Street 1! WEDNESDAY SPECIAL Notice Our Window for a Big Display of Boneless Rump Roast, per lb. I t I is ii CO i i I ! E I I I it i FIRST PETER W. MEYN. President JOS. W. WE1S, Vice President 11 ? "Mickey" 'and in "MoUy O" they will find a successor to her that is in every way more lovable, more developed aod more entertaining. "Molly O" has far more amusing and exciting adnrentures than did "Mickey," and the production in every way is swperior to "Mickey." Frankly, Miss Normand waa a dis appointment to us in all of her vehi cles s-ince "Mickey" until -we saw her in "Moily o." She is the same fascin ating, mischievous sprite that first won cur admiration, and in our estimation she should stay In productions which have the supervision of Mr. Sennett and the direction of F. Richard Jones, for no other producer seems to be able to grve her the opportunity of exer cising her unique and wholly splendid tant. AT THE ORPHEUM. Matt. Monre, who easily holds tTie 'itle as champion ex-broiher-ln-law of noted motion picture aotre.ses plays the leading role in Marshall Neilan's latest production. "Don't" Ever Marry." Tf Mr. Moore's three brothers had fol lowed this injunction, Matt, himself WARD OFF COLDS AND INFLUENZA The pare food elements In build eners-r to resist Colds and Crip. Phone 1441 rrn U- 4f''- Y We have just recived our copies of the Treasurer's tax duplicate and are now prepared to give you information regarding your county taxes. Our bank is open Tues day and Friday evenings until eight o'clock and our tax department is in full operation. AV1NG Corner State and Hohman Streets HAMMOND, INDIANA would not bow be the ex-brother-in-law of Mary PicJcford, Alice Joyce aad Grace Cunard. The picture is a comedy, produced with the same consummate master craftsmanship whjch Mr. Nellan always shows In ttie pictures he directs. It will Vn the attraction at the Orphetrrn theater beginning tomorrow. "Buck Onlseave" Tickets Will Have No War Tax Word wis received today from In dianapolis that on account of the pro duction of the rrrasical comedy, "A Buck on lifvc" being for tha benefit of ex-service men, that the tickets would be exem.pt from the war tax usually charged for theater tiekets. They haive now- "been placed on sale at the Hammond Candy etores on State and Hohman streets, Monnett's Smoke shop and Jenning's ice cream "parlor and seieral other places In the city. Seats may be reserved at the box of fice of the Tarthenon theater on and after Wednesday, Mirch 1st. between 9 a. m. snd 2 p. m. The charge of only one dollar is leas than that charged In Chicago, where they sold for 1.50 and J2.00 each. owp VMS- m 8 '2.00 2.50 J3.00 SHIRTS to be Closed Out at 1.3S Here's a buying opportunity not to be overlooked "broken lines" of hii grade shirts from the best known makern in America. Edward C. Minas Co. E5ES8ESJEJ13S35 I 9 I TAXES RUST AND ANK DAVID T.EMERY, Secretary-TreasurM CHAS. H. W0LTERS, Assistant Secretary -Treasurer WARD FUNERAL. Tie frnersJ of ITra. Mary "Ward, men tion of whose death was made yester day, will be held 'Wednesday afternoon at 1:!0 o'cloolc from the residence, t.4j.1 State line stret. Ham mend. Rev. C. M. Smithson of the Christian churcU will officiate. Nature Loves Bright Colors W see the tmth f this tatement in tha varicolored flowers, the r'vtd sun sets, th birds of brilliant plumage. But we never tee Jt exemplified more attractively than in the person of a splendidly healthy woman. How does nature paint this health? Why, in the rosy cheeks, the transparent skin, the smooth red Hps of such a woman. And Hhe molds it in firm flesh and roun.le contours. The ailing woman is de ficient In natural coloring, ard sl.e does not even appear to advantage ti clothes that would set eff her more at tractive sister. Many women who long for glowing health will find th-,i they, too, can have these charms if they will give a trial to that remedy which brings strength to frail women- Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. Adv .