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Fridaw March 24. 1922. THE TIMES r. riTL HARDING FAVORS EX-NEWSPAPERMAN FOR CHINA POST Ia..... . 3 15 N 223 Thurston li. Porter. President Warren G. Hardin? has nominated Thomas R. Sorter for a diplomatic post in China. Porter came to Washington from Buffalo. Ha served in France with the offlc of the auditor of the v.-ar depart ment and was on the editorial staff of the Detroit news at one time. SPIRIT GUESTS AT BANQUET t INTER NATIONAL NEWS SERVICE! LOS ANGELES, March 23 For the first time on record scores of per sons in Los Angeles today made final preparations to attend a banquet at which the gruest of honor will, they declare, be "a spirit from Astraland." "While twelve chosen friends of the late Dr. James M. Peebles, internat ionally known spiritualist and re former who died recently in Los Ang-eles, secretly scatter the ashes of the deceased in a rose garden in ac cordance with his wish. Scores of others will gather at a down town cafe, where, it is claimed. Dr. Peeb les in spirit will attend the "Peebles Contennial Jubilee Banquet" given in honor of his hundredth birthday. That Dr. Peebles will attend the banquet is asserted by Dr. Guy Bogar, executive secretary of the Longer Life League, an earthly friend of the deceased and n wno claims to have had communication with "the spirit of tho noted man after tho death of the latter. "Dr. Peebles died with his mind well made up as to how he would communicate with those he left be hind him and the sending of his message to be read in his presence tomorrow evening at the Longer Life League dinner," declared Dr. Bogart tod.iy. HESSVILLE Don't forget the combination sale at Dyer. Ind., March 23th, 19:2. Practical Talk on Emerson Imple ments by H. H. Hoffman, of Kala mazoo, Mich. S-23 IMPORTANT NOTICE From today on no obligations of j any kind will be recognized as; valid against the Lafayette Cafe at! Kast Chicago, Indiana, unless sign ed by my son, Lawrence, or myself. I ROCCO GIORGIO. 3:23:24 i"20 Forsyth Ave Having Nothing to Do, Golf Dopers are Trying to Figure Scores of Season CHICAGO, March 24. Golf sta tisticians are already trying to fig ure what score will be returned by the Mtinner of tho national open championship when the title now held by James Barnes, of New York, is contested at Skokle Club, Chicago, July 14-14. The course has a par of TO, which has been beaten only twice, Phil Gaudln, the home professional, having made a record of 68 for the links, while Abe Mitchell, using: all he had, scored a 69. George Duncan made the difficult links In 72. which was atout his average for all his play on various American courses last summer. The record score for the event is 186. made by Chick Evans in 1916. at Minikahda Club. Minneapolis, and Chicago experts are unani mous in the opinion that this will not be equalled at Skokle. Many of them predict that no golfer has more than a large odds chance of breaking under 290. The course bas been revamped In recent years to require not only Fkill with club play, but real heaa work In placing shots both from the tee and through the green. But if the course is humanly possible in fewer than 290 strokes for "2 holes, it likely will b made to sub mit at the championship, for all of Great Britain's best, as well as the most expert in America and even the trick shooter from the anti podes, will be there to conquer in the fewest swings of the club possible. Flamingoes, the beautiful birds which breed In the Bahama islands, are in danger of becominsr extinct. The Only Physician I need In my family is Dr. Burk hart's Vegetable Compound. It keeps my family in perfect health. I was cured of Stomach Trouble and Con stipation. Dr. Burkhart was so good to send me a treatment on trial. I owe him a debt of gratitude. J. H. Spencer, Fhila., Pa. Write today for a treatment. Pay when cured . Address 621 Main St., Cincinnati, O. 20 days' treatment. 85c; 70 days, SOc. '"At all druggists adv. The Store that Gives S.&H . oiamps 10 Different Styles of Men's Shoes GENUINE GOODYEAR WELTS The styles men and young men will like in mahogany calf and gun metal calf. English, broad toe, medium English, "Blucher," "Straight Last" models snrart new 1921 Spring Footwear. $6 and $7 values elsewhere, here aet , KAUFMAN N & WOLF -.Hammond. I N& Sale of Lee's Unionalls, $2.75 Heavy Blue Denim, Khaki and Blue and White Stripe Stifel Cloth, triple stitched thru-out, cut extra large, 8 large reinforced pockets, also Fink's Coveralls and Cowden's Suits, size 36 to 44. $3.50 values, lay in a years supply Saturday at $2.75 each. jP Spring and Summer UNDERWEAR For Men The changing season the need for underwear of lighter weights and the added attraction of special prices, makes it worth every man's while to attend this advance sale of Spring and Summer Underwear. For your convenience we have included two special lots. One for men who hesitate to wear Athletic style garment so early and one tor tnose who ae ire light knitted garments. Comeiearly for first choice. Allen A Summerwear Union Suits SPECIAL VALUES AT $1.65 Allen A Cooper's Bennm? ton Light Weight Knit Garments "Allen A" Black Cat Lisle Hosiery, special 40c pir. mil V m V Said of Athletic Union Suits Made of fine quality pincheck nainsook or fine madras cloth cut full perfect fitting garments, $1.50 and $1.75 Values, special clearance at Night Shirts Men's "Universal" fine cambric and muslin night shirts, plain white and trimmed with red and blue braid, cut large, special value, 5125 size 15 to 20 at Hose Special Men's 50c Silk and Fibre Sox, rein forced heel and double toe, black, white and all popular shades, slightly imperfect, but will not hurt. 20 q wearing quality, pair New Easter Neckwear Men's New Spring Neckwear, neat open end ties new narrow widths in heavy quality silk; also pure silk knitted g f( . . -j -r. :-i c i,.. J i ww lies, m a wiuc range ji paiiciiia, opcciai oiuiuay at Boys' 2-Pants Suits $12 Values $8.50 An extraordinary opportunity for any boy between 8 and 18 yean to set a new all-wool Suit for Easter (worth $12) m an attractive ugnt or dark pattern, for Saturday and Monday at $8.50. Big Values no $12 Boy's 2 Pants Suits hundreds of all-wool Suits in exclusive patterns for boys who are "hard on clothes" finely tailored garments, special at $12.50 and $15.00. 1st Long Trouser Suits A big collection of Flannels, Serges and all-wool mixtures for Easter and Graduation exclusive styles including the popular "Hart, Schaffner & Marx" "Prep" styles special at $20 and up. $15 m! New Oxfords and Strap Pumps s5.00 Values that would cost . .6 and $7 elsewhere. Women's brown kid and , mahogany calf Oxfords and Patent Leather Strap Pumps. Choice of military or low heels. Three attrac tive models at $5 pair. New "Flapper" Pumps a black satin 1 strap style with low heel. Special Friday at Child's and Misses mahogany Calf Lace Oxfords "nature" toe rubber heel at $3.50 and $3. Exclusive "Joljn Kelly" one-strap Pumps for women smart foot- rPu.:pr:,:g:..$8.5o $4.50 New Educators are here for Infants, children and misses new Spring Oxfords and Strap Pumps of brown calfskin and patent leather specially priced at $3.50 to $5.50. M en are Enthusiastic ut this SILK In the Entire Store And why shouldn't they be when they can purchase the genuine Crepe de Chines, Baby Broadcloths, Jerseys, White Stripe Jerseys, Wbifcz Jerseys and Crepes and Tan Pongee Shirts with collars to match at the lowest prices in years. Eery Silk Shirt must go to make roll tor new Spring Stock all perfect scores of colors and patterns all sizes, but not in every pattern fast colors. Choice Saturday at New Collar-Attached Shirts Men's new Spring Tan Shirts, made in collar-attached style, button-down or small "jazz'' collar. Materials are genuine Soisette and Cotton Jersey. Also neck-band style, woven and printed Madras and pin-check Madras, with collar to match. Special Saturday at It Tops 'em AH oo "Our Favorite" T-H-E HAT For Men and Young Men ML It comes in all the new sand shades, the new dark brown and smart grays with matched or contrasting bands. Every hat silk lined. A shape and dimension to be come every young fellow in Hammond. Conservative models too. A big variety at $4. For a Change A Cap $2 Every fellow wants a good cap here they are new patterns, in all the new shades, of Tweeds, Herringbones, and plain col ors, silk serge and satin lined, non-breakable leather peak, $2.50 value, at $2. mart Spring Apparel NEW SUITS, CAPES, WRAPS AND SPORT COATS Hundreds of women will choose their new Spring Apparel tomorrow! You, too, will be interested in selecting your wardrobe we have gathered an unusual assortment of garments to be sold at 500 Pair Lace Curtains L2 Price A manufacturer closed out his entire lot of Filet and Nottingham Curtains. In a variety of beautiful designs in border and all-over effects; 2Vz yards long. To really appreciate these curtains, see our window display. 4 .98 gJ8 J8 $29.75 Bear in mind that this is a special price and whether you want a swagger, practical top-coat or a jaunty, cape-like wrap for Spring's breezes or smartly tailored Suit you'll find the model to become you. at the very special price here Saturday of $29.75. New materials in the new colorings are set off by motifs of embroidery" in the aCpes and Wraps. The Sport Coats have patch pockets and belts. And the Suits are examples of fine tailoring. Special Sale of Silk Frocks These Frocks are newly arrived and represent a special concession on the part of a foremost Eastern Dress Maker. There are styles for Misses and Women adance models in fine, soft canton crepe and youthful JafFeta. V Springtimes lovely shades set off by trimmings of contrasting colors. You will do well to inspect these original dress creations Saturday at. , , ,, 16.75 New Blouses J5.69 Georgette and Crepe de Chine models with vivid tones of contrasting embroidery and bead work, used with unique effect against the new Spring shades. Sport Skirts In Great Variety Homespun Tweeds, "Kelly" Tweeds, in fancy plaids, stripes and designs with fringed and scalloped bottoms in attractive new shades are featured at $5 and up. There's variety enough to suit the most particular. A SILK SALE AT $ These are the finest all silk materials made to sell up to $3.50 a yard. Very special for Friday. Choice of: 36-inch Chiffon Taffeta, colors and black. 40-inch Canton Crepe, navy and black. 4C-inch Satin Charmeusz, rich black only. 32-inch High Grade Silk Shirtings Saturday Values in Dress Goods World Famous 32-inch Renfrew Zephyr Gingham, in a wonderful range of stylish patterns and com binations, tub and sunproof! And sells regularly up to 49c yard. Friday while 5,000 9Qr yards last, at per yard . . ALL WOOL JERSEY A 54-inch Wool Jersey fabric, greatly in demand now, staple and sport shades. Very 2 1 A Q special Friday a yard TR1C0TINE $2.98 YARD 54-inch all wool, Tricotine, in navy blue only, a very fine quali ty for dresses, skirts, etc. $4.50 value, Friday only $2.98 yard. SERGE,. $1.49 YARD 54-inch all wool, French Serge, a finelurable quality in navy and brown correct dress weights, for Friday at $1.49 yard. FOR CONFIRMATION New Dresses for ' ' 8 CHILDREN OF ALL AGES Here you'll find a great variety of Con firmation and Easter Dresses in beau tiful French Organdies, exquisitely trimmed with fine embroidery and laces. Sashes of heavy white Satin ribbon. Special at $12.98. Other Confirmation dresses of fine georgette, made over lining of fine net. Trimmed with ruffles of soft material, $14.98. Dresses in Sizes 6 to 14 Years Children's and Misses Princess Slips of good quality muslin and nainsook. Lace and embroidery trimmed. 6 to 18 years size, 9c to $3.48. ;S 3 t ;9c i03 i37 :S7 11: U": r I. h.": at I 3i ; t'