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r WIFE SHOOTS HUSBAND IN ACCIDENT - Unaware that thera ws a bullut n the rifle -n-hicli aha wa4 handling, Ira. Hollis '"Walker, colored, ot Jary, wccidcntaUy pulled the trig :pr and a moment later her hus and dropped to tha floor of the torn -with a bullet through his tomach, and fatally Injured. The shootlnsr took place at 2265 lasaachusett s at., last Tueda aorning. Walker was rushed to :t. Antonio hospital, whets he die! esterday. Both were questioned y th police and coroner and told h same details. According to their story, both vera excited over the drug- store told-up at 2300 Broadway Monday ight and Tuesday morning1 when Valker returned from his work they rero talking about it. Ha got the ifl which a moment later caused lis death and was Instructing her iow to handle- It when It was dis bursed. Kthle WysJnger, also colored, 1732 adison st-. may dis as a result ol eing- struck on the. head by a bul st fired from a revolver of her etep ather, James B. Kelley, following . heated argument at the home last ight. According to Kelleys story to the olice, they have been having trou 1 for months. His step-daujhter, if stated, did not like him and at very opportunity called him vile araea. Last night, during an argu ment, she- is alleged to have called Ira more names, and he shot her. Is threw the gun back of a trunk, le was arrested and is being held n a charge of shooting with Intent ending the outcome of his step aughter's Injuries. i VLSCHULER STORE V m ni nnr niinnn w UUIMMIUKILT Was First Department Store in Gary and Will Close by the 15th of Ap ril. As Turaored soma months ago, be ore staging the big price clashing ales, the H. Alschuler Co. store, the .econd largest department stor In Jary, Is going out of business. This was the official .announce aent made by Harry Alschuler, a Jary pioneer, who has been head of he Alschuler store for the past ourteen year. He statsd this nornlng that the atore would close he fifteenth of April, when the louae of Muscat, Gary'a leading urniture house, will take posses ion, vacating their present location n Broadway. The store lease cover a period ot ;ve years at an annual rate, of 115, 00 a year, or $78,000 for tha period. The building Is 12$ feet square, with wo floors and a large spacious base nent. It is owned by the Phillips Juii'ding Co., a stock company of Jary people. Mr. Alschuler came to Gary in 007 and located at the. same ad ress. At that time, however, the tore only has a fifty foot frontage, ut Iseveral years ago was remod Jed' into the present structure. It as the first department store In ,he city. He has not decided what will do in the future. ! film sraiLss ' -and so form ILLL luLiK UWN IE5 J4 LIFE is 1 and hectic with start of the to the film titlers. Owen Moore, for instance, was The Poor Stop" who met "The Chicken In the Case' vrith "A JiTorce of Convenience, resulting -and now he is "Reported Mits- Sponsors claim the movie indos ry la Btill in its Infancy. , Thus Will Hays becomes the rorld'a highest salaried nurse. "Reckless Youth" gets this ad ice in film titles: "Elope If You lust," but "Marry the Poor Girl." Evidently Myron Selrafcfc does ot believe all he reads in the paper bout Hollywood. He is moving is production forces to that famous olony. Screen queen now boh their hair nth less reason than actors shave idr beards "to look the part." ; E peaking of Film Titles J Isn't "The Brotherhood of Hate" ; jolly prospect? I And isn't "Manslaughter" per ;:ctly killing? Films provide the only approved j lethod for Constance Talmadge to jry "Experimental Marriage." i i . ; Only a crusty lacbelur would $ti forth wild relations undet the Utleof "HusbanJ nj Strife.'' ' Do you remember when the i ames of authors, producers, di ; ectors, film editor, title writers s ri fiifnitnr rert were not con- idered a thrilling introduction to hotoplayi? Do You Remember the Time When 5 cents tougbt a ticket to two-reel movie? When Eugene O'Brien was lead Dg man for Norma Talmadge? When the names of players in novihg pictures were kept secret? When Elaine Hammerstein flayed "High Jinks" at her stage :ebut? When Mary Pickford was "The oir Little Rich Girl" of the fADIO FAxVS, IIAKE WITH T. C. GALE; HE WIVES WIRELESS TALKS NIGHTLY 1 W hi.'XS' 3 ? - r i N Si.) ' 4 -- i iTjiimisa v.. uit, government wuel is operator, broadcasting messages. l"he thonsands of radio fans who nightly listen in to the weathef t ports, crop reports, the messages from Secretary Mellon and other; important government statements, will be interested in "meeting" T C. Gale, the man whose voice reaches them over the radio phone each evening. Gale has an office in the postofflce buildicg in Washini.-ta crom whlcb he broadcasts reports. XEAV YOTtK STOCKS CXOSJ3 Allls Chalmers. 46i American Car and Foundry ...155i American Stiel FounJry ...... 36 American Tol. and Tel. ...... .1211a Baldwin Locomotive .......... .lll'.S Bethlehem Steel B 74 Chesapeako and Ohio 62 Chicago and Northwestern.... 71 Colorado Fuol 30Vj Consolidated Gas 105 Crucible Steel 57 General Motors 10H Lackawanna Steel 50 Iyehigh Valley , 60 Mexican Petroleum ...12Hi Midvale Steel 33 Northern Faciflo 75 fi Pura on 31 j; Pressed Steel Car 74U Railway Steel Sprinss 58 M Heading' 75 Republic Iron and Steel ,5 Studebaker v 112 V Texas Co 44i; CKTCAOO CASH GTCtlX WHEAT Xo. 2 mixed $1.34; No. 3 moxed Jl-2914; No. 4 hard winter 11.25. CORN No. 2 mixed C64c; No. 2 white 57U'": No. 2 yeilow 5 7 ft' 5 7 c : No. 3 mixfcd 64!i53c: No. 3 white C6c; No. 3 yellow 55i Q 6D"ic; No. 4 mixed 533 3 54c; N'u. 4 white 54 H'-'; No. 4 yellow 54c. OATS No. 2 white 371,a40ac; No. 3 white 355,i37c; No. 4 white 34S35ic. CHICAGO PrtODCCE BUTTER Reciepts 8,863 tubs. Creamery extra 36c; standard 354c; firsts 3JV.g35',ac; packing itock 16 018c. KGOS Receipts 36,783 cases. Mis cellaneous 23S33Vic; ordinary firsts 22g22Hc; firsts 23iG23c. LIVE rOULTRV Turkeys 30c; chickens 27c; springs SOc; roostors 10c; aeese 18c; ducks 30c. POTATOES Receipts 72 cars. AVis. round white SI. 25 1.70; Minn. Red Rivers $1.50(1.60; Idaho rura!s J1.75; Idaho russets $2.102.1o. VEAL 60 to 60 lbs. 7 8c; 70 to 80 lbs. 9I0c; 90 to 110 lbs. 11 12c; fancy 135J14C. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK IIOOS Receipts 21,000. Market fairly active, generally 5l0c low er. Bulk J9. 9010,40; top $10.50; heavy weight $9.90310.20; medium weight $10.1010.50; light weight 10.3010.53; pigs $910.25. CATTLE Receipts 3.500. Market generally steady. Beef steers, choice and prima $8.75(39.40, medium and good $7.35(3 9.35, common and me dium $6.60 8.15; butcher ca,ttlp. heifers $3.25(5 8.23. rows $4.3;. ft 7.23. L'SCHLOER'S'i M'e Fit Your Feet ti U'here Style and Quality Rules "The Cecil'' An attractive model for street wear in the cut- CQ CH out pattern, Spanish heels; satins ami patents "Flapper Pumps" $5 Patent Leather, One Strap, Low Heels - Grey Suede Pumps Patent Vamps, Grey Suede, back in Cuban and Louis heels $8.00 $8.50 Silk Hosiery All the Newest Shades $2.00 IH $2.75 J. SCHLOER SONS 95 State Street Hammond, Indiana Just West of Hohman Street bulls $4S 6.25. SHEEP Receipts 6.000. Maet, killing clause, steady to 25c hltuev. Lambs, 84 lbs. down. $13.75016.00; lambs, culls and common, $10.50 dp 13.50; yearlinff wethers $11.75 14.75. SIOCX CITY MARKETS HOGS Receipts 5,000. Market 10c lower. Ranse $8.50.80; bulk $8-75 9.75. CATTLE Receipts 1,100. Market slow and weak. Short feds $6.25 ft 8.25; fed butchers $4.507.25; stock ers, feeders, calves and yearlings $5.507.40; feeding cows and heif ers $3.505.50. SHEEP Receipts 600. Market steady. EAST BUFFALO MARKETS CATTLE Receipts 250 head. Mar ket active. Shipping steers $8.00 gi 8.50; butcher grades $7.25 8.25; heifers $47.75; cowa $2.25(3 6.00; bulls $3.50iQ5.26; milk cows and stringers 25c$1.10. CALVES Receipts 2.600. Market sliw. Cull to choice $3n.50. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 600. Market slow. Choice lambs $15.60y6; cull to lr $815.50; yearlinps $815.00; sheep $7 12.50. HOGS Receipts 6.000. Market active. Yorkers $11.15C5H23; pigs $1111.26; mixed $10.90011.1'); heavy $00.75 10.85; roughs $S.00 8.75; stags S9.50tfJT5.no. TOLEDO SEED CLOVER Cash $14. 50; March $14.50; April $13.25; Oct. $11.20. ALfIKE Cath $11.50;" March $11.50. TIMOTHY Cafh $2.95; March $2.93; May $3.03; Sept. $3.30; Oct. $3.25. NEW SPEECH BY WIRELESS (INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE! INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., March 29. The tlrst political speech ever to be Uelivered by wireless, it is un derstood, will be madd by Senator Harry S. New tonight, when sitting In Washington, he will address an audience of Indianapolis women via radio. FHirthernjore, tine remaind er of Senator New's campaign for re-nomination may "be conducted in the same manner from the capltol, it was announced at New headquart ers today. The plan is contingent only upon radio facilities, it was stated. FLOOD STAGE ON WABASH LAFAYETTE, Ind., March 31. The highest flood stage on tha Wa bauh River here in several years was forcast tofay while the stream was rising; at the rate of two and one half incheK an hour and rain falilns steadily. The stage st noon was IS feet above normal. phone Wsei$ Head dtlmh of offer in CMcagb UEjESf SljMflM enter from your mwaieakr toUau i Attention! Auto Owners It Costs No More to Buy a Kelly The Coupon Below is Worth $5 on each Kelly-Springfield Cord Tire You Buy This Offer Good until April 15th Name Address Size No. Wanted Coupon must be filled out and mailed or presented at 1 68 Fayette street, Hammond, Ind., by noon Tuesday, April 4th, and will be accepted as $5.00 payment on each tire purchased until April 15 deduct $5.00 from this list to show cost to you. KELLY CORDS 32x4 $32.75 33x4 33.75 34x4 34.95 32x4!2 42.40 33x4'2 44.00 34x42 ...-44.30 35x4'2 $45.45 36x4J2 46.55 33x5 52.30 34x5 53.30 35x5 54.40 37x5 57.45 OUTH IDE (Lash. rocery sun d. M ark et EDWARD HANISH & COMPANY, Props. Phone Hammond 3380. Corner Harrison and Conkey Avenue Hamburger Steak, fresh ground, I f Beef Stew, fresh cut, per Q pound Good Luck Oleo, 2 i 0. pounds Butter, Finest Creamery, per A O p pound print Lard Oscar Mayer's Pure OC Rendered, 2 lbs...lC'C Flour Ceresota, Jg J 4 Krispy Crackers, per pound 12c FT. WAYNE WATERS OVER FLOOD LEVEl INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE FORT WAYNE. IND., March 31 With the highest watur in several years in prospect due to general rain throughout the Mume Valley boats vnii crews cf firemen and police were stationed along: the river fronts hero today in readiness to rescue people living in the lowlands. At noon today the water was four fcec over the flood stage ana some of the lower portions or the city were inundated. OLDEST MAN IN NOR. INDIANA DIES SOUTH BEND, Ind., March 31. Jhn Maudlin. th oldest man in northern Indiana, is dead at Mish awaka at the age of 104. He had been 111 about ten days. Mr. Mand lin was born in Dublin. Ireland, in ISIS, and came to the United States when alad. He fougrht against the Indians and also tok part In the civil war as amember of the Union army. Last fall, despite his a$e, he learned to run an automobile. MEETING AT EDISON SCHOOL THIS EVENING Mayor Brown, City Engineer vm. Brldse. the waterworks superin tendent and members of the ooard of public works will he present to. nlgrht at a meeting- of property own ers at the Edison School to discuss questions of public improvements In the South Hammond district. THE well known Gary real es tate agent whom the Times stated was to be questioned by the t,"ary Real Estats Exchange of which hi: Is a member, wa brought before- one of hir alleged victims yestvJay an I ssr. eed to make a satisfactory settlement. EVERY home In the Little Calu met river district hear Twenty-Six and Twenty-Seventh avenues, in Gary, are threatened by the rapidly rising flood waters. Unless the rain which has fallen every day this week stops, every home In that lo cality will be flooded. MISS FRANCIS KENNEDY, well known Chicago actress who has a summer borne on the, river at Mil ler and who was sued by her tailor for a $175 costume last week is ap pearing at the Orpheum theatre, this week. NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF MRS. J. GEVIQTZ, WHITING. IND. You ara hereby notified tha stock of merchandise, and fixtures of tha above will be sold at public auction upon the premises where, now eltua tftd, in bulk or by parcel, to tha high est bidder, for cash, at JO a. m., April 7, 1922. CICVRLES SURPRIS7, S:Sl:lt Receiver "YOU CAN ALWAYS DO BETTER AT SHNEIDER'S" V4 Cocoa, highest quality, per pound 8c Club House Pork and Beans, per g can Swift s Pride. Washing-Powder, f iaige size, package vV O Vv I 1 F I H 1 II II JI CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS 79 State Street, Hammond, Ind. Easter At "Hammond's Lowest Price Store" fHCn,uTrlf! SPRING COATS MEN OR YOUNG MEN aND WRAps YOUFt EASTER SUIT! of the bctlcr Iate8t crfation8 t i j r i i j Materials: Velour. Broadcloth, Norman- iailored to your measure or high grade, n j . . , I,. r- i , , . die. All silk lined, specially priced all wool fabrics, rit and workmanship guaranteed $ 15, $ 18 UptO $29 $30.00 r If you want your suit ready for Easter kJPrilUff OTlIIlS you must hurry. Place your order now with a small deposit and we will do the AH Wool Tricotine Suits, finest silk lined. rest. 500 sample selections. Hand embroidered. Values to $45.00. Rnvy hibh srHnm $20 to $29.75 SUITS MILLINERY Newest Creations Weekly. The cream of h4 q ptf j- the millinery market. We sell more hats PQU this season because we sell high grade hats at First long pants suits of All Wool Serge or y QQ QQ, All Wool Casimeres. Fine tailored suits. 'O -UJ70 .i70 Special, $18.50. JUST ARRIVED OREiSSES! Very Good Quality Men's and Young Men's te&esl quality Canton Crepes and Taffeta or the New Canto Crepe SaUn Diros lr3Lnts ace resscs ncwest me$ Hard, finished worsted, wool flannel, all- $1250 tO $25 wool serge. Very special at $3.50 $4 Confirmation Dresses ' " All Silk Georgette or Crepe de Chene MEN'S NEW SPRING CAPS you must see them before you buy $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00 $10 and $12 Boys' 2Paunit Sua!t All Wool Serge with 2 pants, Brown Wool Flannel, with 2 pants; g fTv Brown Wool Cassimeres with 2 pants, latest style, excellent make. M I I $15.00 value. Very special for Easter sale EndiCOtt-JohnSOn EncJicott Johnson Boy Scout Shoes for boys. All leather, all sizes - dj "I QC Sturdy Shoes for Boys to6- Spedal A ON SALE B01fS' BL0USES Liht striped percale, plain white madras and striped A Q BOYS' BLACK DRESS SHOES Sizes to or blue gingham : "C 13'2- Special at $1.98. BOYS' BROWN SHOESWith rubber BOYS' HOSE Slight seconds. 1 ( heels. Sizes to 13!. at $2.49. Per pair ,. . ....... iizes 1 to 6, $2.59. - Raincoats in a Special Sale BOYS RAINCOATS With dJO QO bats to match U.O 1 Men's Guaranteed Raincots C Afl -All sizes to 46.. ....... V.vv Men's Wool Top Raincoats, fine dark brown shades. $15.00 g1 Q "7g value, at . GIRLS' RAIN CAPES Navy blue, special . . . $2.69 Umbrellas for Men or Women at $1 i 4 ieakies?