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Thursday. April 13 1922.
VHhj TIMES I'l tfi -. .T jL , r -nwrBmiimiMl BABY CHICKS White Leghorns, Rhode Island Reds, Anconas, White Wyandottes. Special prices in lots of one dozen or more. LAWN SEEDS Fair grade, per lb. . . . 25c Good Grade, per lb.. .30c Purity, the best," lb.. .35c Pure White Clover Seed, per lb 50c Clover-Alsyke, lb 40c MAGINOT BROS. 174 Fayette Street Hammond, Ind. PHONES 374146 Men's Headquarters Going Somewhere Easter? Of course you will most everybody does get out on that day. What I was going to say is this : HOW ARE YOU "FIXED" FOR CLOTHES I just wanted to say that if you are not "fixed" as you should be, you can be mighty well outfitted here from head to foot at a price that will almost shock you it will be so low. SEE ME BETWEEN NOW AND SATURDAY NIGHT It won't hurt a bit to talk things over, whether you buy or not. But I believe it will be worth the time for you to let me price all the new "Togs" to you. I'm willing to spend the time if you are. qJJ o Tailor and Haberdasher ? 236 State St., Y2 NEW ONES FOR EASTER. n T K iSM. , , .in MWm( - 4 rtT- jMM GREYTONE AND SAND Vgr lfl 'mmmlW- 1- $7.00 "h- fnJj.W,r J. F. Blum & Son ppyr iw Hammond JIH FERTILIZER "WIZARD BRAND" A wagon load in a bag 25 lb. bag 75c 50 lb. bag -$1.25 100 lb. bag $2.25 We carry in stock the largest va riety of feeds in the city of Ham mond. In addition to the N0 WAK feeds we have the complete line made by Pratts, Red Comb and the Blatchford Co. Scratch Feeds, $1.95 to $2.85 per 100, 9 grades, Egg Mash, 7 grades. 17 YOU'LL WEAR THE SMILE AS WELL AS CLOTHES The Suits start at $19.50 you can get the very best at $32.50 here. Then the Silk and Silk Stripe Shirts start at $2 not over $5 for the finest silk. The Trousers, you can get a pair to match any coat as low as $2.50 and up to $4.50. Probably you'll want to pick out one of the new spring Lids. You can get a snappy Hat here as low as $2.50 and up to $4.50. Silk Knit Ties as low as 50c. So you see you can dress as good as the best dressers by being careful in your shop ping. You'll find lots of other suggestions when you come in but don't wait till the last minute come early so you won't have to rush. block east of P.O. M UIKCT- C I.OSI: INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE NfcVV YORK. April lo. 1 he clock market, closed strong today. The feature of the last hour were the advances in the oil group. Stand ard Oil of California touched lOi. an upturn of 8'i ooints. while Standard Oil of New Jersey showed a cam of 4 points at 180'i. and Mexican Petroleum rcse over three points to loJ. United States Steel yielded from P8"i to 07 "i. and Bald win dropped one point to 1167. Studebaker was two points below .the high at ll&,a. .' Government bonds unchanged; railroad and other bonds were strong. XEW YORK STOCKS CXOSE Allis Chalmers 43 American Car and Foundry . . 1 6 1 1 i American Steel Foundry 375 American Til. and Tel 120 Baldwin Locomotive 116T Bethlehem Steel F. TS1 Chesapeake and Ohio 64 Chicago and Northwestern ... TS'-j Colorado Fuel . . ; 32 'i Corn Products 103 T. Crucible Steel 6i General Motors Iackawanna Steel ui'i Lehigh Valley Mexican Petroleum 13.1'i Midvale Steel S58g Northern Pacific 76 'i Pure Oil ?,l Pressed Steel Car 79 Heading 7 8 ' a Republic Iron and Steel 56s-,, Texas Co 46' U. S. Steel 97', Willys Overiand Sinclair Oil C95i UBEIITY BOXDS NEW YORK, April 13 Close of Liberty bonds: 3'3s $09.96; 1st 4is S99.S6; 2nd 4',s $39.70 . ;3rd 4's SU'0; 4th 4'is $99.9(5; Victory os $1U0.0S; Victory 4?;s $100.80, AGREE O.N MIJIGER NEW YOKK, April 13. Director ates of the Pierce Arrow Motor and Lafayette Motor Company today agreed in principle upon a merger between the two companies. CVRAIX MARKET CHICAGO, April 13. Buying by a house with seaboard connections, inspired by strong Liverpool cables, gave strength to wheat today and the close was at the highest levels of the day. There was no particular feature to corn and cats tut the market follow ed the trend in wheat and closed higher. Wheat finished ls!2 2Ji higher; corn 5,i "? higher; oats higher; provisions higher. CHICAGO CASH GRAJY WHEAT No. 3 mixed $1.26?;; No. 4 mixed $1.24; No. 2 hard winter $1.314 1. 32. - CORN No. 2 mixed 58 59c; No. 2 white 59-ic; No. 2 yellow 53 593e; No. 3 mixed 67 Q 5' c: No. 3 white oSUc; No. 3 yellow 57" 58!ac; No. 4 mixed 56f257c; No. 4 white 57 S 57 Vic;. No. 4 yellow 57 U (41 59 ric. OATS No. 2 white 38c; No. 3 white 36?i38c; No. 4 white 35U TOLEDO SEED CLOSE CLOVER Cash $16.00; April $13.75; Oct. $11.90. A LS IKE Cash $11.50. TIMOTHY Cash $2. 80; May $2.80; Sept. $3.30; Oct. $325. CHICAGO PRODCCE BUTTER. Receipts 2,868 tub. Creamery extra 36ic; firsts 32','i 35'?c; packing stock 1618c. EGGS Receipts 26.882 cases. Mis cellaneous 22lii3,23c; ordinary firsts 21'4!&22c; firsts 23 Vic LIVE POULTRY Turkeys 35e; chickens 25c; springs 30c; roosters 19e; geese ISc; ducks 30c. POTATOES Receipts 67 cars. Wis. round white $ 1.50(5; 1.60 ; Minn, round white $140 1.60. VEAL 50 to 60 lhn. 7gSc: 70 to rr I NOW HE KNOWS WHAT THE TRENCHES AND NO MAN'S LAND WERE LIKE . . 80 lbs. SfuSc; 90 to 110 lbs. 9lle; fancy 1" I'if . CHICACO UVK STOCK HOGS Receipts 1:2,000. Market lOtfjSOe llwpr. some lights 25c low er. Eulk $10,201? 10.60; tup $10.65; heivy weight $ 10.20'a. Id. 35 ; medium weight $10.30wl0.8."; light weight $10,4010.60; pigs $9.25 10.10. CATTLE Receipt 7.000. Market active, mos'ly 10'25s higher. Beef (teers. Choice and prime $8.85 (a 9.40. medium and good $7.60 8.85. good and choice $8.40 9.25. com mon and medium $6.7o & 8.40 ; butch er cattle, heifers $5.35(i 8.40, cows $4.35 -ft 7.15, l ulls $i l0Si6.50. SHEEP Receipts 7.000. Market, fat lambs 25'Q.5tic lower. sheep about steady, f,anibs. 84 lbs. down. $11.755114.00; lambs f5 lbs. up.' It. On ft 13.75; lambs, culls and common. $11.50. SIOIY CITY I.lVr STOCK HOGS Receipts 5,500. Market tO'fTlo.? lower. Rane $9,00 ffl 10.15 ; bulk $10.0010.20. CATTLE Receipts 1.50O. Market Pteady. Short feds $6.25825; fed butchers $6.25 -h '8.25 : stockers and yearlings $5.50 7.50; feeders $6.00 ft 7.00; feeding- cofs and heifers $3.50f(j 5.50. SHEEP Receipts 200. Market steady. sorni omaha i.ivr stock CATTLE Receipts 4,000. F.erf steers active, mostly 10g 15c higher; she ntock steady to strong; other clpsses generally steady. HOGS Receipts 10,000. Mostly 25c lower. Bulk $9.803' 10.00; top $10.20. SHEEP Receipts 8.000. Very few sales of lambs, bidding uftc lower: best wooled lambs held at $15.00; early top $14.50; clipped lambs $13.10; sheep and feeders 25c lower. EAST BITFAI.O LIVE STOCK BATTLE Receipt? 20. Market slow. Shipping steers $8.008.50; butcher grades $7. 25-3 8.50; heifers $5. 25-5 7.75; bv;lls $3.50(3 5,00: feed ers $5.0016.00: milk cows and stringers $25'dll0. pALVES Receipts 700. Markets active. Cu'I to choice $2.oof?9.O0. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 3.000. Markets slow. Choice lambs $14. 5016.50; cull to fair $5.00 14.25: yearling s $8.00 tj 12.00 ; sheep $2.00f 9.50. HOC5 Receipts 1.900. Market slow. Yorkers $11 OOfi 11.10; pigs $10.75: mixed $10.9011.10: heavy $10,75311.00; roughs $8.00 9.00; stags $4.50go.50. EAST ST. LOriS LIVE STOCK CATTLE Receipts 2.000. Market steady. Native beef steers $8.40 9.00; yearling steers and heifers ; Etock- $8.008.90; cows $3.75 6.25; ers And feeders $5.256.75; cal ves $4.50Q9.00; canners and cutters $2.50fr3.75. HOGS Receipts 9.000. Market steady to 1525c lower. Mixed and butchers $10.35 10.55; good heavies $10.35(8 10.50; roughs $8.75 lights $10.40$ 10.55; plg3 10,25: bulk $10.40-3 10.50. SHEEP Receipts 600. 3 9.00; $8. 50 Market istcady. Mutton ewes $8.00S.5O: lambs $15.005 16.00; canners and choppers $2.00 Q 5.00. GARY MAN IS REFUSED PARDON Recommendation made to the state board of pardons for a pardon some weeks ago for Herbert O'Brien former Gary plainclothesman, and later deputy constable who was sen tenced to serve one to fourteen years for grand larceny, was refus ed hy Governor W. T. McCray, ac cording to information received yes terday. O'Brien was implicated in the theft of $100 from Anna Zytko which resulted In prison sentences given Charles Beale and John Ham ilton also Gary con&tables. GRAPES AND GOLD LACE TRIM THIS EVFXT1N(J DRESS Here is a. I.vlv rratmn fnr rk aeDuiantc. u in a dinner or cu.c frock of orange mouBseline veiled in silk chiffon to match. A wide band of gold lace and festoons oi jrold srapes axe the only trinarairjr features- 19 GARY MEN SEEK ONE JOB After several have withdrawn, there are still nineteen candidates left on the scene of battle for the lone office of Justice of the peace in Gary an Calumer. township, ac cording to the list of those who filed with County Clerk Herbert Wheaton. One of the nineteen is a woman. How He Cured His Rupture Old Sea Captain Cored Kl Own Sap tor After Doctors Said "Oper ata or Death." Hit Emrdy nd Book Sent Tree CaptaJn Collings sailed the seas for marly years; then he sustained a bad cJOuu" ruptcra chat soon forced i.nn toioi, onl icmain ashore, tut kept h!;.-4 "uodridVleri lor years. He tried doctor after doctor and truss after truss. I.'o results' Finally, he was assured th?t he must cither sub mit to a danperou and abhorrent op eration -or tiic. He did neither! He cured Viimscl f instead. Captain Collings made a study of himself, of his condition and at last he was rewarded by the rinding of the method that so quickly made him a veil, strong, vigorous and happy man. Anyone can use the same method; it's Mmple, easy, safe and inexpen sive. Every ruptured person in the world should have the Captain Col lings book, telling all about how he cured himself, and bow anyone my follow without any trouble. The book and medicine are FREE. They will be sent prepaid to any rupture sufferer who wiTl fill out the below coupon. But iend it right away now before you put down this pa per. adv. rB.EE TLVrPTVmi BOOK AITS RE MX D Y COUPON Capt. W. A. Collings (Inc.) Box 444-E. Watertown. X. T. Please send me your FREE Rup ture Remedy and Book without any obligation on my part what ever. Address . .-. . 'il POLICE UNEARTH GRAIN ALCOHOL In a raid at the Carl Hotel short ly after ten o'clock this morning, Plainclothesmen Potta and Littrel of th Gary polio department sponge equad, confiscated several containers of grain alcohol. Eli Rokie, 942 Broadway," was booked as the oivnir and charged with vio lating the atate liquor law. GARY ANGLERS GETTING READY The fishing fever has hit the members of the Gary police depart ment. Fishing tackle, reels, rods and other fishing paraphernalia are being unearthed from their winter hiding places and put into shape for the spring season. It' might be added that Desk Serjeants -Billy" -Miller and Aydelotte are the most enthusiastic Pnglers of the bunch and when they can't catch 'em there are no specie of the finny tribe to be caught. Extra Pair Pants $2.50 Only A Very Special Sale Of Men's and Young Men's BOY'S SUITS TROUSERS Special To Match Your Coat jj iTmil II 11 M mill...., M WW! I I j, IIMIIlmiM m M ! J.ILH IUU H J " I! !"! U 11 j - (4 '"J j Consumers Wholesale 540 Hohman Street Hammond, Ind. Phone 531 Delivery Service Strictly Fresh OC . Eggs, dozen.... Kitchen Klenzer, can 5c Good Luck, 2 lbs. ; : Domino Pure Cane 20 c Good Toilet Pa- O C per, 7 rolls Consumers Best Flour Gold Medal Quality 24 lbs. $1.05 49 lbs. $2.08 Consumers Best Blend Mtf 3 95c pounds Pure Cane Sug- 0 7 ar, 15 lbs V r GRIFFITH The King's Daughters will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. D. Cleavor. The Christian Sunday school will give an Easter program Sunday at 2 p. m. A delegation from the Griffith Christian church attended church services at Indiana Harbor Sunday evening. Mrs. Ivan Algers is on the s!cU list. Miss Leone Harper spent the week-end in Ch.'cago. Announcement Is made by the Christian Church that special East er music will be furnished next Sun day afternoon by the choir of the Whiting Church of Christ. This choir is composed of twenty voices and includes a good male quartet. They have been rendering some very tine selections in the Whiting church. All friends of the Griffith church are cordially invited to be present un These Suits are of WooJ Fabrics in many new patterns for SpringStripes Checks and Mixtures. 59.95 $3 AS Best Creamery OC Butter, lb -UC Uneeda Biscuits, 1 3 for IOC P. and G. White Naptha Soap, 10 17p bars C Rumford's Baking Powd- ceI'nlar8e 23 c 60c Quality AQr Japan Tea, lb. . . Fresh Graham Cj Crackers, 2 lbs..-1 THE SCORE WAS 3-2. Although White Sox fans ea.vr their idols taken Into camp by the St. Louis Brown at Comiskey Park by a score of 3-2 In Chicago yes terday in the opening game of the season, they have not abandoned hopes of grabbing off the 1922 title. Many Garyitcs who saw the garno thought that they might' get a chance to see "Dixie" Leverett, Gary twirler, show his wares, but Dixie was on the bencha.11 through the game. TWO BUILDINGS SOLDYSTERDAY Otto O. Labb purchased the resi dence of J. B. Bailey, located at 6 4 S Buchanan st. The house, which li a two-story brick structure on a 90-oot lot. was sold by WUlarri Yores of the firm of Slabough and Drowty. Janus Jish has purchased from Louis Polokow the fiat building lo cated at 565 A'irginia st. The build ing contains two apartments and Is of frame structure. Mr. Yores closed this deal also. Grocers 2 Lb. Package Free C-,-Running Salt Fancy California Q Q Prunes, 3 lbs...071" . . 39c Fancy Wisconsin White Potatoes, bu., OQp $1.10; peck... 7C Fancy Sugar 25 C Corn, 3 cans . . . . 75c Value Wash ACl Boards ..C 1 6 oz. Jar Jam, at 19c mis aeai also. Lux, per package 9c Kelogg's Corn C Fakes, pkg vl Tall Cans Nutro OOr Milk, 3 ans...0