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Thursday. Mav 4, 1922.
tTHE TIMES PAGE SEVEN V Radiophone Program Hera &re the stations and their "calla." I4ten for the stand-by !nal. Pick out your concert They all start at :00 p. xn. Stations: Chicago, K - T - Wj Pittsburg; K-D-K-A; 8prtnnelJ Mass., WJB-2; Newark. N. J., W-J-Z Cleveland W-H-K; Medford H1U Side, Mass., TV-B-I. Indianapolis, 9-Z-J; Detroit. W-W-7; Schenectady, N. T., W-Q-Y: (starts at 6:45 p. m.) Fort Wood. W-T-C-B (:00 p. in.-. 1410 meters.) Darenport, Iowa, W O-C. Tune your Instruments to 380-meter wave length. Time from 8 to J p . m. CHICAGO (K-T-W) The following Is today's program: Ruth. Tyler Soprano. Lstty Tubbs Contralto. Louella Gleason Fate Accom panist. Emily Berger Contralto. leRoy Hamp Tenor. Ruth Brougton Aocompanlst. Lillian Lewi Pianist. Quy Moulton Futuristic Radio. 1. (a) Sweet and Low, Barnby; (d.) Santa Lucia, epolltan Emily Berger and LeRoy Hamp. J. (a) Nocturne In F Sharp Ma le. Chopin; (b) Minute Walti in t Flat Major, Chopin Lillian Lewis. 8- (a) The Promised Land, Moore Ruth Tyler. (b) Sunrise and Tou, Peniv Letty Tubbs. 4. Selections- Guy Moulton. 5. (a) In The Time of Roses. Relchardt; (b) Sacrament. MacDer mld LeRoy Hamp. 6 (a) Grey Days, Johnson; (b) Where My Caravan Has Rested. Lohr Ruth Tyler and Letty Tubbs. 7. (a) Oh Phomise Me, DeKo-ven; (b) Fiddle and I, Goodeve Emily Berger. 8. (a.) Valse Caprice, Scott; (b) Dahse Kegre, Scott Lillian Lewis. 9. Home to Our Mountains. Ver di gmtly Berger and LeRoy Hamp. If Ruptured Try This Free AIr U te Amy Ratnre, Old H.eet, lmgm r Snail and Yob re the Road Tkat Has Cosrlsieed Tkossaads. Sent Free to Prove This Anyone ruptured, man, woman or child, should write at once to W. S Rice, 183-A Main St.. .Adams, X. for a free trial of his wonderful sti mulating application. Juet put it on the rupture and the muscle begin to tighten; they begin to bind together so that the opening closes naturally and the need of, a. support or trass is then don away with. Don't neg lect to eend for this free trial. Even if your rupture doesn't bother you what is the use of wearing supports all your Ufa? Why suffer this nui sance? Why run the rick of gangren and such dangers from small and innocent Uttle rupture, the kind that has throws thousands on the opera ting table? A host of men and wo men are dally running such risk Juirt because their ruptures do not hurt nor prevent them from getting around. Write at once for this free trial, as it is certainly a wonderful thing and bar aided in the cure of ruptures that were a big1 a a man's two flsts. Try and write at once, us ing the coupon below. nun rem sirynrxxs W. S. Rice. Inc. 4 181-A Main St., Adam. N. T. Tou may send ma entirely free 4 Sample Treatment of your stimulating application for Rup ture. Name ,.. Address .. - State - . . Trade Here Save Money E. Wo ANDRE Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables 202 Fayette St. Phone 738 Specials for Friday and Saturday Remarkable values are daily features in our Grocery and Meat Departments. The very finest quality foods are sold here at prices astonishingly low. URMA FLOUR Oax Own Brand, U hhL W Sell Hammond Modem UNION BEST SANTOS COFFEE, per pound ORDER YOUR BREAD Pure Cane Sugar, 58 C 10 lb Oscar Mayer's Approed 17- Lard, per lb 1 Fancy Creamery Butter, 2c per lb. . ; Sincerity Catsup. 21 C large ie bottle Sincerity Peas, 35 C & cans Uneeda Biscuits, per ok. . , 5c Sincerity Kidney Beans, 23 C 2 cans for Sincerity Coffee, lb. 38c, I fK 3 l-lb. tin. Sincerity Rolled Oats, 25c 83 c 3 pkgs. . . . Sincerity Milk, 10 tall cans. PET MILK TaB can, 10 for . 89c WE DELIVER TO ANY PART OF THE CITY 9 - Two mile expanse of A rainfall of eleven Inches caused Trinity river to flood the Arlington Heighta section, mak ing: 3.000 persons homeless, caus BUSINESS BETTER "Busines Is getting better and at the same time competition is becoming keener. Retailers need more merchandise to meet tthe in creasing consumer demand but they insist on better quality, more serv ice and more convincing reasons in placing .n order than ever before. There Is going to toe more business but to get It is going to require mere careful thought, better meth ods' and harder work than has been given In the past." This la a brief composite picture of the business conditions today and what is required to take id vantage of them as obtained at one of the largest salesmen's conven tions ever held, when all the sales men, (branch managers and special representatives of the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company and its subsidiaries from all parts of the world gathered In Akron, Ohio last week; ' These men are in constant con tace with the retail trade and busi ness conditions in all parts o( the country calling upon 80,00 tire dealers in upwards of 50,000 cities and towns. They came direct from their territories to Akron to report upon conditions and study the com pany's products in process of man ufacture. "A thorough knowledge of your product is the first essential in "the sales competition that you must meet today," Mr. H. S. Firestone, president of the company, told those attending the conference. "You cannot learn about the merits of our goods entirely from books but must teach yourself by going through the factory and studying each process, paying particular at tention to the points that make our tires superior to all others. "The next most Important thing is a complete anaJyialtion of your territory. Know where the business Ipcated .ed cont-entra-te upon the best outlets. And do good busi ness at all times. Our company does 'riot want orders regardless of none better, $1.00 MADE BREAD 25c OF US AND SAVE 2c Grandma's Washing Pow der, large pkg Toilet Paper, large 7-oz. rolls, 4 for Olivilo Toilet Soap, 3 bars Libby's Applebutter, 17 ounce can ........... Asst. National Biscuit Co. Cookies, per lb 18c 25c 25c 10c 19c Sincerity Pork and Beans, O f No. 2 cans, 2 for 41C Sincerity Corn, QO- 2 cans OOC Sincerity Malt Extract, Ord Country Laundry Soap, 10 bars 53 c Sincerity Fruits, AA 3 cans V JJ COMPETITION KEENER FORT WORTH FLOODED BY TRINITY RIVER T .A ... Wf 7- i t rf . s 4. water flooding Arlington Heights section of tort Worth. ing eight deaths, forty-seven missing and jroperty damr o of $1,500,000. The Height reefden tial section was under several methods; It wants to render a serv ice to those with whom It does busi ness and It is part of your Job to se that this attitnde on our part is thoroughly understood by your customers. It is service and good clean business that will determine success in the future." t Eacli one of the hundreds of salesmen attending the conference! spent hours in the factory with the workmen studying each detail of manufacture until it had been mas tered. They were then given a course of study at an exposition of each of the various products manu factured by the company, being in structed upon the history and de velopment of the tire industry from the source of the crude rubber and cotton fabric to the finished article. A feature of the exposition was a model tire dealers store, showing the proper placing of outdoor signs, decoration of windows, display of merchandise and a properly balanc ed stock. Here each salesman was lectured on the service he could render his customers. He was given directions and methods that could be passed on to the dealer for use in merchandising his g60ds. Particular attention was paid to costs and practical arrangements. Policies and other matters of company business were discussed at the general sessions and salesmen called upon to give their selling talk and the results they had ob tained from the conference. Coldnel Leonard P. Ayres, vice president of the Cleveland Trust Company and Bishop ruMonlin of the Episcopal Church were two of the speakers At the evening sessions. A recep tion at yir. Firestone's home "Har bel Manor' closed the conference. As regards conditions there was a unanimity of opinion that busi ness had improved and would con tinue to do so. The West and Northwest reported a resumption of lumbering and mining activities. The rise in prices of farm products was increasing the demand for. all manufactured articles In the mid dle west, according to the delega tion from that section." The sales men from the Southern districts re ported a general revival of of buy ing as a result of the improvement in the cotton situation. With hard MIAMI WOMAN IS SLATED TO BE D. A. R. OFFICER zZ.. tS2 Mrs. G. Sewtlt Mrs. E. G. Sewell of Miami, Fla., who is expected to be named vic president general of the D. A, is one of the prominent social lead era of the south and through tha many visitors to Miami has ac quired a national reputation in D. A. R. circles. She haa been acti.t in D. A. R. work in Florid for many years. HEAL SKIN Apply Zemo, Clean, Pene trating, Antiseptic Liquid. It is unnecessary for you to suf fer witn Ecrema, Blotches, Ring worm, Rashes and similar skin troubles. Zemo obtained at any drug store for 3Ec or 1.00 fer ex tra large bottle, and promptly ap plied will usually give Instant re lief from itching torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin and heals rrulekiy and effectively most skin diseases. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, disappearing liquid and Is soothing to the most delicato akin. Oet It today and sav all further distress. Adv. ?A 1 DISEASES SSV .J" v. at 7 "2..,- 0 v. J. ' ' X feet of water and in some In stances the water reached almost to the eaves. Hundreds are liv ing: in tents. ly an exception the general tone of the reports, was optimistic for a steady increase in volume of 'busi ness. Business Keeps Good On Coast INTERNATIONAL NEWS SERVICE) LOS ANGELES, Cal., May There in. no such thing as Spring recovery Of business in Los Angeles, for the reason that business here has never slackened. The Winter months show more activity than the Sum- j mer season, if anything, because of weather conditions, and there is no let-up in building or outdoor man- ' ufacturfing. For a long time Los Angeles, for this and other , reasons, has been the "white spot" in United States business, and the constantly in creasing population at an astonish ing rate keeps business proportion ately growing. Bank clearings and building permits and valuations are larger almost every month than the preceding one, and every year shows a huge percentage increase in both of these barometers of trade. Construction of homes Is con stantly necessary to take care of th- new-comers ftnd new factories are keeping pace, receiving an Added Impetus by the development of foreign trade through the new harbor. The Spring season merely merges into the prosperity of the whole Edward A Conjpete Stare and Boji Men's and Young Men's Special - Suits, $30 and $35 An inspection, will convince you that these are unquestionably the best Suit values in Hammond. All this Spring's newest designs, patterns and fabrics. YOUNG MEN'S SUITS Sport Models'. Yoke Back, Belt Back, Plaits and every new in novation. MEN'S SUITS Conservative and Semi-Conservative to suit the most fastidious. Special Junior-Hi Suits $25 (With Extra Trousers) FIRST LONG TROUSERS Sizes to fit boys and young men from 15 to 21 years. Sport models and double-breasted styles included. Young man, here's a real opportunity, nost suits have extra trousers. Men's Spring Hats, $2.85 Men's Raincoats, $6.95 MEN'S TROUSERS $4.95 Suitings, worsteds and mixtures; values to $6.95. Sizes 28 to 50 waist. Men's Silk Lisle Hose pair 25c "Chain Knit", servicable quality in black, cordovan and gray. Sells regular at 35c pair. year, but probably will be given a fboost by the reflection of Eastern activities. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hopp and their daughter Ella motored to Worth. 111., Sunday, where they visited with Mrs. Hopp's sister, Mrs. John Langland and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Steincamp and daughters of Hammond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hopp Monday evening, Mr. John Otto was a Hammond business visitor Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mis. Stafford Kansfield and children were Hessrille visitors Sunday. Mr. B. Mlckovetz, the proprietor of the HeSsvllle shoe store. Is show ing a full line of new summer foot wear and expects shortly to have a new supply of baseball shoes, which will no douot be good news to the baseball fans here. Better look them over, toys, the season Is on. The Griffith A. C. baseball team played the Hessville team on the Hessville grounds Sunday. A rous ing game of eleven innings was played; score 6 to 5 in favor of Hessville. Karl Prahlow is mana ger of the Hessville team. Mrs. Prankoski is again able to use her. arm slightly, having had a growth surgically removed a few days ago. Mrs. Horace Loshe and daughtei, Mrs. Herman Loshe, were Hammond shoppers Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert and sons spent Monday afternoon in Ham mond. Dorothy, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hopp. is ort the sick list. , John Brvertje of liidge Road was a HessviWe business visitor Tuesday. HOBART The Lady ifaccabee ldge enter tained members and friends at a pedro party yesterday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rick ert. The prizos were won by Mrs. REAL STRENGTH FOR YOU IN FATHER JOHN'S MEDICINE D o n't drug y6ur- elf this spring. Drugs hiay s t i mulate but they do not build new s t r e n gth that lasts. Father John's Medicine does not depend on drugs for its tonic effects. It is a food medicine, rich in nourishing vitamines, which actually builds new flesh and health. Tou can gain the weight you have lost by taking Father John's Medicine regularly this spring. Adv. Co SOFT SHIRTS $1.35 Neck band or collar at tached. Stripes and plain tan. Sizes 14 to Wz- (( HESSVILLE 9 SHE LAUDS U. S. WOMEN'S MORALS Sf B, Ul TT Miss CclesU J. Miller. Miss Celeste J. Miller of Chicago, who has touched almost every point of the globe, has returned home with her faith unshaken in the morals of her countrywomen She has Seen women of every cl?m and insists that American moral are above reproach. Cummings, first, and Mrs. Gliniskl second. The Royal Neighbor Lodge wiK entertain at cards this evening, lol lowing their lodge meeting. A son was born Monday to Mr Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab lets Get at the Cause and Eemove it. Ir. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel, act gently on the bowols and positively do tfit work. People afflicted with bad breatl find quick relief through Dr. Ed wards' Olive Tablets. The pleas ant, sugar-coated tablets are tak en for bad breath by all who know them. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets aei gently but firmly on the bowels anil liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the Slood an' gently purfying the entire system They do that which dangeroui calomel does without any of the bad after effects. All the benefits of nasty, sicken ing, griping cathartics are deriv ed from Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets without griping, pain or any dis agreeable effects. Dr. F. M. Edwards discovered the formula r.fter seventeen year of practice rmong patients afnicii with bowel and liver complain:, with the attendant bad breath. Olive Tablets are purely a veg etable compound mixed with olive oil; you will know them by their olive color. Take one or two ev ery night for a week and note the effect. , 15c and 3fc. Adv. BAD BREATH INAS CO. Offering Dependable Qualities at Lower Prices ATHLETIC UNION SUITS 75c Of f ne barred nainsook, a full cut garment. Size 34 to 46. Mn's Knit Union Suits at $1.15 Standard make spring weight ribbed cotton. Short sleeve, angle length. Sizes 36 to 46. and Mrs. Chas. Mclntlre. A large crowd attended the pedro and bunco party given Tuesday eve ning by ladies of St. Bridget's church. The following were prize winners: Ladies' Pedro, Miss Cath erine Hehner. first; Mrs. E. Scheldt, second; Miss Mary Malone, third. Gentlemen's Pedro, A. C. Knight, first; C. Bender, second; Mr. Stewart, third. Ladies' Bunco, Miss Florence Holimef, first; Miss Anna Kellen, second; Miss Lillian Baumsr, third. Gentlemen's Bunco, Geo. Pearnaek, first; Chas. Pisrson, second; Joe Kel len, third. Th quilt was won by Mr. H. Nelson. ST. JOHN John Miller has added to his soft drink parlor, Shedd's Ice Creams and Eskimo Pies which will be on sale from now on. 5-4 A girl employed In a Stockhold factory which exports matches to all parts of the World wrote on one of the boxes: "To my prospective hus band, care of Fate and Fortune, Wide World." She added her name and elf S ervice PHONE 220 E. STATE STREET PHONE 342 Two Phones For Your Convenience 343 Friday and Saturday Specials $3.00 Orders are Delivered Free PET MILK LARD t.ii -in SWIFT'S PURE 1 all cans 10 for b pounds tor 84c 65c MILLER & HART'S SUGAR CURED MEATS Bacon Ends, lb. 22c Square Deal Bacon, lb.... 20c Summer Sausage, lb. . ; . . .30c Bacon, lb .32 to 36c Coffee TIPTOP pound 25c OUR SPE CIAL, lb. 30c New Potatoes, 5 lbs. .... .25c Baldwin Apples, 4 lbs. .... 25c Texas Onions, lb. 8c Lemons, dozen ......... 30c Oranges, sweet, doz 25c Potatoes, Colorado, pk. ..40c PURE PRESERVES Straw berry and Loganberry, 16 oz. jars, 2 jars 55 C Cherry Preserves, 16 oz. ... 30c Grape Jam, 16 oz 30c Olives, quart jart. 49c Sardines, in Olive oil 3 for. 25c Pink Salmont(2 for 25c BUTTER KRUST BREAD Large Loaves None Such Siced Pineapple, No. 2 cans, 30c; 2 for. .57c Strawberries No. 2 cans . . . 28c Bartlet Pears No. 2 cans. . .25c Sincerity Sweet Potatoes 2Vl cans , . .20c Tender, sifted June Peas 3 for .......;39c Sincerity Corn, 2 for. . , . .28c Iowa Solid Pack Corn, 3 for 29c Silk Tissue Toilet Paper, that 15c value at 3 for. .25c Sash Cord Cothes Line, 50 ft. for 39c EGGS Strictly Fresh, Direct from the Farm, dozen i nmio rrorcATA no r.nm MACARONI and SBAGHETTI, AMERICAN FAMILY, KIRK'S FLAKE WHITE AND P. & G. SOAP ! 10 BARS GRAND OPENING SATURDAY MAY 6 Lassens Summer Resort East Side of Cedar Lake Dancing Jack Johnstone Orchestra Fish, Chicken and Steak Dinner NEW MODERN HOTEL AND GARAGE IN CONNECTION I address. The box came to America, and fell into possession of an engin eer, who begun a correspondence which resulted In matrimony. FRECKLE-FACE ( aa Win Brtn Out l'T Spate. How to Remove Easily. Here's a change, Miss FTeekls-. face, to try a remedy for freckles with the guarantee of a reliable concern that It win not cost you a penny unless It removes the freck les; While if it does give you a clear complexion the expense is trifling. Simply get an ounce of Othlne double strength from any drug gist and a few applications should show you how easy it is to rid your self of the homely freckles and get a 'beautiful complexion. F.arely I more than one ounce needed for the worst case. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength Othlne as this strength is sold under guarantee ef money tack If It fails to, remove freckles. Adv. G rocery Pimento Cheese 35c Old Nippy Cheese, lb 36c Brick t aCheese, lb 20c Young American, mild, lb.. 22c Sandwich Cheese, lb 30c, PLANTA TION, 3 lbs. 99c MONARCH 3 pounds 89c Butter, gilt edge, lb. .... . 41c Assorted Cookies, 2 lbs... 35c' Vanilla Wafers, lb ..19c Soda Crackers, lb.. ..... .-.10c Prunes Oregon Ju'bo, 2 lbs. 30c Prunes California, 2 lbs. . . ,30c SLICED PINEAPPLE Heavy syrup. No. 2 'cans, Jrt 2 for ti2C Iceing Sugar, 3 lbs.. 25c Cocoanut, dessicated, 1 lb. 25c Queen Olives, 20 oz .30c Cocoa, Upton's Instant, lb.. 20c Libby's Dill Pickles, 3 for .. 10c Libby's Red Salmon, 2 cans 59c Mustard Sardines, 24 can. 12c 10c Fancy Indiana Tomatoes, 3 for 39c Savoy Hominy, 2 for. ... .25c Red Kidney Beans 3 for. .29c Campbell's Soups, 3 for. . .29c Van Camp's Tomatoe Soup, 3 for ...25c Assorted Almond and Fruit Nut Bars, 3 for........ 10c Shinola Polishing Sets, each 36c Flaked Ritz .7c Climax Wallpaper Clean, 2 for ..............19c Puritan Malt 69c 25 mfbai m km ti is Milk Made, 5 lbs.' ..".". .55c FOR 49c . 5 m 1 - 'it 4 '." '