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TueRdav. 'May 2, 1022.
THE TIMES Pasre Fire i 1 1 s V MEETING AT BROOKS HOUSE Teaching the alien to respect his neighborhood first; then his state; and finally his country. That'll be the aim of the new Americanization program to be pro jected by a committee of four ap pointed last night at the regular business meeting of the East Ham mond Civic and Improvement Asso ciation held at Brooks riouse. This most active community asso ciation in the city, believes that something- new is needed to make Americanization a real and vital factor in assimilation. The com mittee will meet Friday night to formulate plans. Other business looking to the im provement of East Hammond was disucssed by the sixty members present. For one thing they found that petitions asking for orna mental lights on Morton avenue had been signed by the property own ers. The lighting will cost around 110.000. The petition will be pre sented to the board of public works this week. Another matter is the straightening of Morton avenue at Calumet avenue. Co-operation of school authorities, the street car company and the board of public works will be asked to take the kink out of the street. Efforts will be made to induce several hundred "first paper" for eigners to secure second papers now, thus enabling them to vote In the fall election. Miss Matilda Barck of the Iafay ette School has been awarded a teacher's certificate of penmanship by the Zaner Publishing Company of Columbus, Ohio. Miss Esther iAind pleasantly en tertained nt luncheon and bridge yesterday in her home on Mason street in honor of Miss Gladys Bell, who will be married on Saturday tp Leonard H. Corey. Covers were, laid for twelve guests at a table attrac tively set with Madeira and dainty bud vases of pink and white sweet peas. Bridge was played at three tables, and the hor.crs were made by Miss Bell and Mrs. F. W. Carter. The guest of honor was presented with a very lovely gift by the hostess. The Epworth League of the First M. E. Church will hold a regular monthly business meeting at the home of Miss Marian Gilchrist, 1" Clinton street, this evening. Elec tion of officers will take place and all the members of the leag-ue are urged to be in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burch and daughter wer the week-end guests of friends and relatives in Rensselaer.- Mr. Burch has returned to Hammond, but Mrs. Burch will con tinue her visit for a couple of 'weeks. The Jewish Ladies' Aid Society will meet tomorrow a.t the home of Miss Gustie Taussig of Webb street. A large attendance is expected. niiiimimiiiinimmiiiiimnmimiiini liosenoergs 164 E. State St. The Tailored Suit The long lines,, elegantly tailor ed with just a touch of silk stifching here and there is the present wanted models. We are featuring this particular type of Suits in sizes for misses and women up to 44. Poiret Twill Tricotine . Pico Twill Tricotine in Navy Blue, Black, Tan and Rookie. Priced specially at if A 1 Jf& y The Junior Standard Bearer So ciety will meet on Friday evening at the home of Miss Florence Hix, cor ner of Standard avenue and Harri son street. All the memebrs are urged to be eure to come. Mrs. G. L. Smith very charming entertained the ladies of the Maga zine Club and several guests at luncheon yesterday in her home on South Ilohnutn street. A large table in I lie dining room was exquisitely appointed with Qne linens and a crystal basket filled with colorful spring flover3. There were several small tablesi, similarly attractive, ami the luncheon served to twenty ladies was most, delectable. A pleasant social afternoon was en joyed, and Mrs. George Hannauer sang several beautiful solos, ac companied by Mm. Lillian Mikesch. The club will be entertained by Mrs. Frank S. Bctz at the next meeting. The Hyde Tark Ladies' Aid So ciety vv.ill meet at the home of Mrs. Howard Bertram, 1148 Garfield street, tomorrow afternoon at half past two o'clock. On Saturday evening Miss Clara Toppenhusen most delightfully en tertained in her home in Glendale Park, and had as her guests twelve little girls. Many jolly and novel games were played, and prizes were given to Miss Florence Gostlin and Miss Margaret Emery. Mr. Poppen husen amused the girls greatly with a number of sleight-of-hand stunts, after which dancing was enjoyed. Came dainty refreshments, which the small hostess served, assisted by two of her guests. Everybody had a perfectly beautiful time. Trinity Aid Society will meet to morrow afternoon with Mrs. J. Jacobson. Mrs. E. Foss and Mrs. II. Mackensen, in the church parlors. Mrs. Cecil Witter of Eaton street will entertain the Jolly Eight Pedro Club at her home tomorrow after noon. The South Side Pinochle Club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Earl DeCamp in their home on Merrill avenue on Saturday evening. There were three taMs of cards and the honors were made by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nowlan. Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Russell, and the consolation was given to Mrs. William P.eckman. A prettily appointed luncheon was served in the dining room, where the table was very attractive with jonquils In a low bowl. Guests of the club for the evening were Mr. and Mrs, Bcckman. The club will be entertained in two weeks by Mr. and Mrs. Nowlan in their home on Wallace Road. Trinity Aid Society will hold lt3 regular monthly business meeting this evening at half past seven o'clock In the chapel. The many friends of J. M. Hart will be glad to learn that his con dition continues to improve. His early recovery is anticipated. A most delightful May party was given In the gymnasium of the La fayette School last evening when LIVE LOCAL NEWS "ADS" WASSEY'S PLEATING SHOP 1 STATE STREET Itemctitch with Gold and Silver Thread; also snatch all colors. But ton Hole, notions Covered, En. brolderflng. Braiding, Heading. I'hone Hammond 440. -7-tf Vote for No. 55. August W. Xeun feldt for County Commissioner. 4-29-2 Chicken Dinner at Mrs. Wilson's Mlnas Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 3. 5-2 Hammond Musical College. Piano, Voice. Vioiin, Expression, Banjo, Ckelele, Mandolin, Guitar, Cornet, Clarinet, Saxaphone, Cello, Dancinjf. J-23 Piccolos' Hotel Hammond Restaurant. PHO.NES 3337 A M 193 , The only place of its kind in Lake county. The melting pot of judges, bankers, lawyers, government offi cials and doctors. They know who's who do you? Popular prices. 4-28-Gt Chicken Dinner at Mrs. Wilson's Mlnas Cafeteria, Wednesday, May 8. , ' 5-2 Ther will be a Bake Goods Sale and Apron and Fancy Goods Sale, Wednesday afternoon at 1:30, given by the Ladies' Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church. 5-2 The regular meeting of R. N, of A. Liberty Camp will be held Thurs day night, Moltke Hall. Entertain ment afterwards. Everybody wel come. 5-2 SiMiiiiiaiMiMrMifa.,3.!!i--iiiwiiliiiiiiii minf i Hi 573 Hohman St. Wednesday Specials SUGAR CURED BACON Whole or half, lb. 18c CANNED PEACHES OR APRICOTS, 3 cans gg BEEF STEAK Special, lb. 14c the Parents-Teachers Club enjoyed a fete. A fairy-like effect was at tained In the large hall, festooned with pink and white garlands, fall ing blossoms and daintily lovely May" baskets. Some navel features were introduced at the function, , eluding a ptetty Maypole dance by the charming little boys and girls of tha fourth grade. Miss Lucile Mitchell and Miss lone Reynolds each gave pleasing vocal solos, accompanied by Miss Baril, and a peculiarly humorous reading was given by Miss Grubb. The high school male quartette likewise gafc some interesting and well-received numbers. All evening a spell of contentment was cast about by the wiles of Clayton Seeley's orchestra. Two hundred fifty patrons, patron nesses and teachers enjoyed the party, Including in its diversions many games and dancing. At the conclusion of the evening's program, a delectable and attrac tively appointed buffet luncheon was served. It is with taer anticipa tion that tueguests at last night's affair await the next reception. Great credit for its success is ac corded Miss Florence McKay, of the decorating and entertainment com mittee, and Mrs. H. H. Kennedy, chairman of the refreshments com The third division of the First M. E. Church will meet with Mrs. M. E, Hughes. 10 Webb street, to morrow afternoon at half past two o'clock. Baby clinic will be held Rt the Wentworth School, West Hammond, tomorrow afternoon from half past one to half past two o'clock. 1.11. ALUMNI RECALL THEIR ' ALU MATER About fifty alumni, former stu dents and feons in Lake county of Indiana University, attended the Foundation Pay Dinner last even ing at the Industrial high school in Hammond. George W. Cravens was toastmas ter. Talks were made by Prof. Ar thur L. Soley who represented the smiversity, Harold Hammond, the student representative, Supt. Cond on of the Lake county schools, Supt. E. X. Canine of the East Chicago schools. Supt. E. S. Monroe of the Hammond schools, Jesse Wilson of Hammond and Mr Wildermuth, of Gary. Prof. Soley -gave a splendid talk on things of general Interest about the university, the link that should exist between the people of the state institution and atressd the need of a greater interest by the alumni In the alma mater. Harold Hammond made an enthus iastic student's appeal for the great million dollar memorial campaign which is on now, the proceeds of which will meet great needs in the 'buildings which the taxe3 of the state cannot cover. . j The other speakers all spoke en-, thusiastlcally of ."Old Indiana" and dwelt on 'vital topics concerning the university and the state. The two musical, numbers of the evening, two violin solos by Arthur Zehetner and a group of vocal solos by Mrs. L. L. Bomberger were very delight ful. Supt. Condon of Crown Point was elected president for the coming year: Mr. Warren of Gary, vice president and Miss Charlotte Wheel er of Crown Point, secretary. The next meeting will be held in May, 1923. Special mention should ib! made of the thorough and enthusiastic way in which President Cravens ar ranged this foundation meeting and also the splendid way in which the banquet was prepared and served at the high school cafeteria under the direction of Miss Dahl, teacher of domestic science. t-mm m 90 h v u,fnei aa m'T li Sis CLOSE OF MARKET INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE) XEW YORK, May 2. Tne stock market closed Irregular tiwlay. 1m- BROKE UP HOUSEKEEPING "We had to break up housekeep ing because of my wife's stomach trouble. No medicine did her any good for more tahn a few hours. On a visit to Oshkosh a friend praised Mayr's Wonderful Remedy so high ly my wife tried it and she has en joyed the best of health since mak ing it." It Is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catar rhal mucus from tho Intestinal tract and allays the Inflammation which causes practically all stom ach, liver and intestinal ailments. Including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. Adv. 3 mm inr.ii - i ros. Phone 1441 SUGAR CURED PICNIC - HAMS, ib. " 15c i 1 Best BEEF POT ROAST Per pound 104 c portant movements in the late deal ings were to higher prices. Associ ated Oil had a sudden jimp of seven points to 126, and S. O. of Cal. rou nearly two points to 114. Mexican Petroleum i allied 2li points to 1334. Studebaker touched 122. U. S. Steel hung around 97. Man hattan Guaranteed Fold up to 554. a grain of over three points. Railroad stocks wert fractionally lower. Government bonds unchanged; railway and other bonds strong. XEW YORK STOCKS CLOSE Allis Chalmers 50 American Car and Foundry ...161 American Steel Foundry 39. American Tel. and Tel. 12 Baldwin Locomotive ll&'i Bethlehem Steel B 78 7s Chesapeake and Ohio 65 Chicago and Northwestern ... 73 Colorado Fuel 31 Consolidated Gas 116 General Motors 13 V Lackawanna Steel iTg Lehigh Valley 62 T Mexican Petroleum 133 Mid vale Steel 38 Vs. Norfolk and Western j'vVs Northern Pacific 76 Pure Oil 3s T Pressed Steel Car : 80 Vs Railway Steel Springs 103 Reading 77 Republic Iron and Steel 63. Ii Studebaker .122 Texas Co 47 Vi U. S. Steel 977s Westinghouse 62 i Willys Overland 8 Sinclair Oil 32 CHICAGO PHODITCE BUTTER Receipts 11.721 tubs. Creamery extra 3Sc; standard 38c; firsts 37c; packing stock 15 (a 18c EOCiS Receipts 48.740 cases. Or dinary firsts l22c: firsts 22224. LIVE POULTRY Turkeys 30c; chickens 26 'ic; roosters 18c; geese 19c; ducks 31c. POTATOES Receipts 90 cars. Wis. round S1.902.05; Idaho ius sets $2.23(3 2.35; rurals $2.15. VEAL 50 to 60 lbs. 7c; 70 to 80 lbs. 89c; 90 to 110 lbs. 9 10c; fancy 11 12c. CHICAGO LIVE STOCK HOGS Receipts 25.000. Market 10 to 20c lower. Bulk $10.00 tl 10.45, Top $10.50. Heavyweight $10.00 10,25; medium weight $10. 20ff 10.45; light weight $ 10.40 ff 10.50; pigs 9.75 rt 10.40. CATTLE Receipts 11,000. Market steady to strong. Top $9.00. Reef steers, choice and pr-me $8.639.2o. medium and good $7.50 & 8.65, -com- i meaning of scouting. He explain mon $7.00?7,50, lightweight good ; ed the meaning of Tender Foot, and choice $S.259.1i, common and Second Class and First Class scouts medium $7.1C fi 8.25 ; butcher cattle, j and also the higher classifications heifers $3.75 v 8.60, cows' $4 75 7.35, ' such as Star and Eagle Scouts, bulls $4.65 CV 6.83. I .Scout Barker has earned twenty- SHEEP Receipts 13,000. Market! three badges so far and shows the mostly steady, sprins lambs 50c ; favorable results of training in lower. Iambs, 84 lbs, down $12.50 scouting. 14.83; lam'js, 85 lbs. up, $12.00 'u 14.75; lambs, cull and common $9.30 S 12.00. FAST IirPPAI.O LIVE STOCK CATT.LE Receipts 75. Market ) ' . ' . active. Shipping steers $S.00f N?.oit, Receiving Sets complete with Ground Wire M "jjjD H ltm. A,3fL 1TERE re a few ol tfce reon why Dolesco Sealed W$ SHrJIii t an3rX Ii Paint, Varnish, Enamel and KaUomine can Afj i, . ' vX JfcV alwaya be depended upon to be durable, aatia- Hvlf j SrHn. ill fc"T nd economical: 4 M I VAili fm 1 Tv M 1- ETery ounce of raw material aubiected to h Wji lltllil j3 M most accurate testa known to science. IJjf!n 'Ts 2. Through every process in the manufacture, sam- J gili SpWUljJ Gtj&4 jj plea are taken to insure uniformity of quality. J rjul jCEi. I HI 3. Every batch made submitted to practical expert j'hi j?! I'll ijliTi fcSi painter for final approval. f fiV lEPI b-asJ m til 4. Sold at a fair price by dealers who are instructed 14m H TjrJ If fl to guarantee your satisfaction. IPm I ft'l I'lil I Bl I I fl . il. .....n. nun, nilnlm inj linnu I'll li'kli rJDf J 1 owners buy their supplies from the Dolesco Dealer. f. fl Ii -SJ Ppv,, A It will pay you also. 3? fM I I H.M. HOOKER GLASS &. PAINT CO. fMrifS iTW I Chicago Established 18SJ J jrJj I Manufacturers and Distributor cf (1 g.. ..ffl, H,Jy .1 L Dolesco Interior and Exterior Paint. Enamel, Spar jj I 'ftfA K'Jrrrri f j i -" Varnish, Katsomine, Window and Plate ' Slug SJV1 It J';r nJ V-J!f Glass, Mirrors and Framed Mirrors, "V j"r Ji3 I yUl TsV : - and Paint Sundries. fOli!! Jhl I iAFiiif t We r Jsk A ifflsii i.tV mtW ' S r 1S.OO Standard Electric Company S 645 Hohman St. Pork Sausage . . 10c Calf Hearts ..... 5c I Pork Butts Frankfurts butcher grades $7.2ojf 8.40; reifert $5.508.00; tows $2.50 6.75; bulls $3.75S 6.00; feeders $5.00R)6.50; inilk cows and strhigers J 15 M 125. CALVES Receipts 175. Market active. Cull to choice $4.001.00. SHEEP AND LAMBS Receipts 2,000. Market flow. Choice lambs $15.00 15.25; cull to fair $6.00 14.75; yearlings $8.0012.O0; sheep $3.001Q.OO. HOGS Receipts 1,120. Market active. Yorkers $1.35 11.60; pigs $1.50S?11.60; mixed $11,35 11. CO; heavy $11.10.-11.35; roughs $9.00 9.25; stags $5.006.00. SIOUX CITY LIVE STOCK HOGS Receipts 7,000. Market 5 to 10c lower. Range $8.50 10.10. Bulk $9,65-05 10.00. CATTLE Receipts 2.500. Market steady. Short feds J6.508.50; fed butchers $5.00 5 7.30 ; stockers and yearlings $i.f,0 7.50 ; feeders $6.00 ijf7.00; feeding cows and hcifei.l $3.75 C'; 3,7 3. SHEEP Receipts :00. Strong, AT THE DeLTJXE "Man, Woman, Marriage," present ed at the BeLuxe theatre yesterday created a furore. It is said to have cost half a million dollars to pro duce and that over five thousand people appear in the scenes. Much has been written about this remarkable superdrama and much was expected and that it fulfilled every expectation was evidenced by the breathless interest with which It was witnessed and the. frequent salvos of applause which greeted its amazing sequence of ibrilliant and colorful pictures. Dorothy Phillips is the star and ascends new heights in her truly wonderful interpretation of Victor ia. Great credit is due Allen Holu har the director-author. . His mas terly skill and creative genius are constantly borne home to one. The feature is presented by Albert A. Kaufman and is a First National at traction. TWIN CAMPAIGNS START MONDAY At the Rotary Club meeting today Scout Barker spoke regarding the 100 LATE TO CLASSIFY bitTr';. - C,ents pr hour. Apply hzh Caiumet avenue, Hammond. 5:2:lt Head Phones, Atenna Wire, and Insulators i i Tel. 358 . . . ITVkc . .... 10c rss -um m nun i, jest c,i w i The campaign to raise funds for the Salvation Army and Boy Scout camps will start May 8th. It was announced at the meeting that the State of Indiana has been continued as one district in Inter national Rotary instead of 'being di vided. Postmaster Roh.de gave informa tion relative to Postal Improvement Week. it was a surprise to the members to find that the Hammond postoffice is handling 30,000 pieces of mail per day, half of which is incoming and half, out-going. The practical things which the pufclic can do to assist postal au thorities are to mall early, tie mail in bundles properly faced, clearly addressed, securely wrapped and carrying a return address on the face. Mr. Rohle expressed the advant ages of this r,lan as follow- "Karlv mall i.!itr-h ,.iv i the strain. Dr. advised me man catcnes early trains; early!,,. ,aw rvT-vir.:j-iru i j.r trains deliver early mail; early mail! secures early orders. Be an early mailer. The progressi'veness and aggres sive tactics of the postoffice in put ting the problem of co-operation up to the people Is a testimonial to the rejuvenation of this department and service it is rendering to the people! The postoffice Is a large business in stitution, closely allied with the daily welfare of the entire nation. To get the best results from this de partment, the puiblic has to do its part as mentioned above. ALL EYES TURNED TO LAKE COUNTY (Continued from page one.) is that there are many "ifs." If there Is rain end the farmers can not work in the fields the chances of Mr. Ef.eridge are better than if the wn shines and they do not vote,' Mr. Martin says. The ' attitude is' also assumed In the Beveridge camp that, the larger the vote the better It will be for the ex-senator. In other words climate con ditions and public interest In the contest two unknown quantities until May 2, are being gambled on. Perhaps one of the best methods of arriving at a conclusion in a contest of this kind one for.whlch there Is no precedent in Indiana history, as women are casting their first ballot in a state-wide primary is to obtain the verdicts or op inions of a large number of men who have been in politics for years. The verdict of most men interview ed is that the race Is rather close, but that if they were betting they would put their money on New. This seems to be the opinion of many of the prominent Democrats who have been studying the cam paign for a vantage point and to a decree not interested in the re suit. Marion county Is presenting a most interesting struggle. The forces of the regular Republican organization are contesting with the line-up of Mayor Shank for control of the county machinery of the party. Combined with this' con test is the senatorial race. The old regular organization men very gen erally are for Senator New while a nrt of the Mayor Shank follow ing is backing Mr. Beveridge. But it seems that the result in Marion county will.be determined by the colored vote. This vote from the beginning of the campaign has been very largely behind the standard of Senator New and as the Oay for voting approaches it is still in line and will cast ballots in a heavier ratio than the white popu lation. Thfs condition makes It seem certain that Marion county will swing into the New oolumn as there are many indications that the rest of the vote of the county will ! he divided. :n pays feee' trial We make this generous offer because we want every woman to learn wny me new 1922 improved model Eureka is creating a sensation wherever it is seen or used. It embodies refinements and improvements never before found in any vacuum cleaner. It is abso lutely unequalled in cleaning efficiency, simplicity, durability, bauty. 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