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l'hiirsrtav..",luue 1. i&sl PAGE f VOICE OF PEOPLE TORD OF RADIO" IS BUSY PERFECTING "FLIVVER" WIRELESS RECEIVING SET PITTSBURGH! PLUS ILay 29th, "ditor Times: A you have hown interest In th iiiDurfl flus- question. I am nclosia torn pertinent inform on. iy i a . ... vuiiueauui7 wita the appear- ac of thU 04110111 there was ai. ounceoiftQt that the 6teel &. Tub mpany of America had appropi i ed six million dollars for two ac tional pipe furnaces to its Iudlf.ua iarbor plant- This will Rive It an ul.tional annual capacity of 100 r toI of ripe and tubing. Pine toe only product In which tie er.ffo demand has been greater 'aa the supply. This plant an.l the one announced by the National b Company -at Gary, Ind.. will ,iore than enable the Chicago Uia .icl to supply the demand. PitUburgh Plus-' has vanished Plates, shapes and bars the bulk f Steal Production In which th tcago dlsrrlct supply Is admlttsd- equal to the demand. It contin- ea, however, on w.'re and nans, ublag and rheet stuel. IndJaaa. Illinois, "Wisconsin and eater n nail mills have an annual pacity of 7,242.000 Kegs. The aver- ten-year production of wire alls has been less than twelve trill ion kegs, proving that the western ipplyiis ample. I The Iwestern wire supply la also ore than ample to meet the west fcrn demand, yet wire is still sold or. I "Pittsburgh Plus" busts. P During the past four years. Chi- .ago mills have exported great uantities of steel sheets, largely to apan. Thy have also shipped aavily to Detroit and eastern mar kets where the price realised is .onslderably less than that current Chicago. This indicates wat 'ilcago can supply its demand on beet steel. The cursent rumors of mergers of stent and western mills Indicate e end of 'Pittsburgh Plus," a elr purpose is probably to con- :rve western markets. Apparently the only possible iaace of "Pittsburgh Plus" return g lies In the consolidation of the dependent steel mill Interests in few strong hands that would con ol the vast bulk of American steel Voduction. This would permit mar- st control and the regulation cf repetition. If there Is any further, lnforma- on or statistical matter which yau esire on tits subject, pleaae call pon me. Very truly yours. W. K. McCOLLITM, Secy. I " 4 ? t m VV 555f j 5 - - 1 II ; Tiii'mii ii ii inini'?' "im H " ' i i i j i " X ;f" ' . " , H ,.-,-r.. - i sen are spending the week with rel atives at Grand Rapids, Mich. Mrs. Beck of Chicago is here vis iting with friends and relatives for a few days. COOK Nature no L IN THE DUNES In connection with the Dunes Vimmer Camp, which is being pro Voted 'by the Indiana Federations i Ou-bs, and which opens on June (sth, a school of nature will be con jeted, offering a. week's course of istructlon n the various Intereat j features of this marvelous mine untry. "Pleld trlj?s to the Pageant low-out. to the, Tamaracks, to the pilley Home, (the oldest Christian bonestead in Northern Indiana), to Tom, and various points of In terest will toe arranged. Co-operating with the federation k this nature school Is the Indiana Upartment of conservation, and In ane, Purdue. Valparaiso and Chl- kgo unlvartstles. Following is a lit of the subjects whioh will he sought and the Instructors In harge : The Oeology and Geography of the nines: Dr. w. X. Xiogan. sta.te geo logist. Professor Kollin D. Salis- ury. head of 'the department of feology. University of Chicago . Plant Life: Professor Stanley oulter, dean of science, Purdue niverslty, and member of the In iana hirroMcal commission. Dr. Henry C. Cowles, professor of plant tology. University of Chicago: au- Kor ot "Vegetation of Sand Dunes f Lake Michigan. Professor M. L. ITeems, '"botany, Valparaiso unlver Vy. Professor George D. Fuller, hlversity of Chicago. Bird and Animal Life: Professor ill Scott, Indiana university. Pro- 'saor Elliot R. Downing, school of liucatlon of the University of Chi- tgc; author of "A Naturalist of the rat Lakes Region." Prank V. oodruff, director of the academy science, Chicago. Orpheus E. ants, president of the xlllnoi.'j dobon society. listory of the Region: Dr. John Oliver director of the Indiana torical commission. George A. nan. Chicago; author of the nders of the Dunes." (Manu- )- lstlc Value sf the Dunes: V. Dudley, Dunes landscape kng other noted nen who will the Dunes Summer Camp, vernor Warren T. McCray; Mnv and Bladder oubles HAVE TO GO Clogged Kidney Sepoalts are Bls selvea thB Toxins . (Polao&s) S.ivizir Out. .Zrargista Told s laraates It la Every Instance , ouT. v life," eays Dr. Carey, dapends u tha perfect function ing and he., of your kidneys go whatever t don.t negiect them." Lri,-,,jrt famous prescription ;No 77 r Tablets) is not recommended everything, but we cannot too "Viy urge its use if you s norter fr anno , bladder troubles frequ, , of night n,fyV.h Bmartins or Ir ritation, brick did or hlch- tV w tTloss of 'oUnff 1rUU lty., .. .'. backache, rheu V?;U?!..m.-J7 tendency to Prl't,h9.5!asebtea or travel for Sidney disease" t worst fQrm may be stealing ut Don't wait untU FJ the use of this S.fui nreerrin- tion if you have ,ffu,thper.. symptoms. ny wladder trou- teles do" WvTu' sl4 They will rraw upon you sih -Mif(,i.. Xnd tth unfaUtnp r cer etealthUv Xever mind the rw- pa !w;ss.dKS' you ih4 subject to .klneZ Sunljn't lose a single day for Sury rnacy and every s""" h. hen authorized to "tt has chase mny.f;" .thh(Tve to ill who state the. hve benefit. ad' , , Mr. and Mrs. Peter 'Vollman and children. Mls3 Madaline and Olive Stark and Mr. Frankie Stark of Chi cago spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stark. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carpenter," Miss Barbara Meyer and Mattle (Meyer, spent Decoration Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Meyer. Miss Pauline Austgen has been visiting her parents for the past few days. t The home talent comedy entitled "That Black Heifer" given at St. Martin's hall, was a big success in every way. The hall was filled to Its utmost capacity. The same pro gram will be repeated on Sunday ev ening, June 4. Mr. and Mrs Michael Weisher have come to spend the summer months at their cottasre. Miss Tillie Schlllo of Hammond and Miss Vtrons. Kretx of Chicago, spent Decoration Day with Mrs. Phil Up Krets. - .Two Illinois automohiles had the misfortune of colliding at the cross roads here, but luckily the damage to the cars was hut alight. 'MI'S. Wm. Klein returned from a visit with relatives In Chicago. , Mrs. Johh Menieniberger. Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Menzenberger, ' Jr.. spent Decoration Day with relatives here. DYER Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Jaeger and twins Ruth and Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop of Hammond and Mrs. Carrie Barton of Calumet Park spent Dec oration Day with Nick Jaeger and family. Mrs. Phillips who has toeenl visit ing with Mrs. B. Thlel for a week, left on 'Wednesday morning for her home at Chicago. Mr. C. E. Burke dropped in unex pected t Mrs. Thielson Wednesday morning with his "bride. They ex pect to remain until Sunday. Decoration Day has proven quite a success for little Anna Schaller with the assltance of (Mrs. Thiel's daughter Mrs. J. O. Patterson, of Chicago, selling flowers on Mrs. B. Thiel's lawn. Peter Klein, mail carrier for our route is serving the route again af ter a two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Belrlger, of Hammond and daughter spent Tues day with home folks. Carl Keilman and family spent Decoration Day with Mr. and Mrs. Al-phons Keilman. ST. JOHN 4 I years. Charles Thler of this place, has the contract. The church ser vices will -be held beginning next Sunday at the Parish Hall. John Schmal and children of Fcl ey, Ala. arrived Monday evening for an extended visit here with friends and relatives. In some unknown way fire started Friday evening in the Sanford store Frank Bieker is driving a fine new limousine Dodge, Fred Peterson and Edward Thlel each have Ford road ster. Frank Hilbrlch's Reo car which was stolen at Hammond on Saturday has not yet "been found. Work has begun to wreck one of the oddest churches In the county, which has stood for about seventy PESKY BED-BUGS (Pesky Devils Qaietus) P. D. Q. fs the new chemical that pots the everlasting to the Pesky bedbugs, roaches, fleas, ants and cooties impossible for the pesky devils to exist where P. D. Q. is osed. Recommendations of Hotels, Hospitals, Railroad Companies and other public insti tutions are a truarantee to the nublie that the ; safest , quickest and most economical way , of ridding the pesky insects is by the use of r.i. . as imscDraicai Kins tne ee?s as well as the live ones, and will not injure the cloth in gr. A 36c package makes a full quart, enough to kill a million bedbugs, roaches, fleas or cooties and also contains a patent tpout to get the eggs nests in the bard-to-get-at-places and saves juice. At your druggist which was soon extinguii very little damage. I Mr. and Mrs. Montaromes mond visited Sunday herJ and (Mrs. John Keilman Sr ily. Mr. and Mrs. Frank br Mf. and Mrs. Carl GoadJ mond visited Sunday here parents. , Dizzy Spells Due to Undigest SIMMERS PHARMACY Dizziness and fainttiesaf lng show that your food! gested and is turning and gas. Simple buckt glycerine, etc., as mixed I expel3 all poison and BOTH upper and lower moves foul, decaying i you never thought was li tem which poisoned stol made you dizzy and fal.nl is EXCEI.TJ.XT to guard I pendicitis. Summers' Hohman near State una Harbor ana 'bast uu"..5 Central Drug Store. adv. ". Joseph D. R. Freed, -the Ford of radio." r Joseph D. R. Freed, twenty-two-year-old president f the Freed !semaiin Radio Corporation, New York, is known to radio experts an the Ford of the radio." Freed is working on a "flivver" receiving set to sell for less than any other set on the market. He has invented many OLadio improvements cow in use in the navy. 27 Hon. Stephen T. Mather, director of national park service; Charles O. Sauers, acting director of the Indiana department of conservation; Jens Jensen, landscape architect of Chicago; Mrs. W. J. Torrence, presi dent of the Indiana Federation of clubs; Mrs. Mary X. Sherman of Colorado, chairman of applied Edu cation and Mrs. Francis Whitley of Iowa, chairman of natural scenery, both of the general federation, and Professor Mary Matthews of Purdue university, chairman of conserva tion of the Indiana Federation of clubs. The Dunes Summer Camp commit tee has engaged several cottages In the Dunes, located accessibly to ENGLISH ACTRESS IS SWINDLE VICTIM sr- --ME-:-..'. v '. . - ' " vTf ;--' i i -?H? V, V 1 k : ; electric and motor travel, and ac commodations for the camp have not yet been exhausted. Reservations should be made immediately with Mrs. O. C. K. Matthies. 711 Sohl St., Hammond, Ird. HOBART Sunday evening while 'Mr. Wm. Owen was on his way to,South Bend he anet with an accident when his car collided with another car at the four corners In the city of Valpar aiso. Although no o"ne was Injured both cars were 'badly damaged. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Nash, Mr. and Mrs. M. Rawlins and Misses Clara and Agnes Nash of Chicago visited relatives here yesterday. Mr. and Mrs Ed. Fleck and Mrs. S. Thomas of Hamlet spent the past few days with relatives at Elcorn. Wis. Mrs. J. Fiester and Mrs. L. Peder- BOWELS PARALYZED NOW WELL Suffered Over 20 Years, Yet rv Worth Restored. Miss Elaie Stevens. Clever swindlers attached them selves to the party of Miss Elsie Stevens, English actress, and Mrs. Jane Lewis on their round the world tour at Naples. There were two men and a woman. On the ar rival of the party in New York the swindlers disappeared. Miss Stev ens and Mrs. Lewis were out just 135.000..- Whn a man has suffered for ever 20 years with indigestion and con stipation until iis bowels are in a paralyzed condition and he has tried remedies and doctors without helief he is likely to be quite skeptical of what any other remedy may be able to do for him. That was the state of mind In which Mr. James Hud son, of Muskegon. Mich., began the use of N'ery-Worth yet before he had used up the first bottle, so he tells one of our representatives, he began to feel the beneficial effects. His sour stomach was improved, he had no more gas bloat, did not belch after eating, could sleep well and had regular movements of his bowels without artificial aid. That seems truly remarkable, but there are thousands of people throughout this country who have had a similar experience with Nerv-Worth, and it is for that rfason that we authorize every druggist to give the purchase money back if the first bottle fails to show satisfactory and encourag ing results. Nearly every druggist has it at one dollar a bottle. You can always find It on satle at Sum mers' Pharmacy. Hammond, and I.. H. Mattern Drug Co., Whiting. If you suffer from any form of stomach or bowel ailment you should give It a trial at once. It is especially fins for delicate women and sickly chil dren and Its taste is very pleasant. K1rouUsee phrdl hrdl hrdl hrrt h hh Lowest Priced Rug and Linoleum Store in Hammond FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS LINOLEUMS RUGS Seamless Wilton Velvet Rugs, 9x12 feet extra heavy quality, surface covered with extra quality material. Special for Friday and $32.50 Saturday only Axminster Rugs 9x12 feet in all the handsome shades and beautiful patterns suitable for living and dining rooms. Spe- ciaJ 9 o: ,dFriday $39.75 and barufday Royal French Wilton Rugs, 9x12 feet woven with a pure worsted surface ends are finish ed with a heavy double knotted fringe a wide selection to choose from. Special for Fri- day and $73.50 Saturday 824x10 $63.50 Seamless Tapestry Brussells Rug. remarkable value 9x12 feet woven in one piece without seams many attractive patterns to select from. Special for Friday and Clfi fl Congoleum Gold Seal Rugs, best on the market for this grade of mat:ral. Sanitary, easily clean ed, newest designs and coverings to select from. Special for Friday and Saturday Sizes 9x12 ...$13.50 Sizes 9x10-6 12.50 Sizes 7-6x9 . : 9.00 Sizes 6x9 7.00 4 yards wide extra heavy printed Linoleum, a width suitable for almost any room without piecing. Made of best quality oork, print ed on burlap back. Special for Friday and Satur- $1.10 day, per sq. yard . Genuine Inlaid Linoleum, pat tern wi'l n:ver wear off. Colors blocked through the back. Special for Friday and Saturday, per square yard d1 OC Saturday T w at Free estimates on Leon's new method of layirrg Linoleum. Pi i V L. 'X- 1 J 1 . - - Iooi- CoveTi St osre Buy Your Groceries The Consumers Way Give us all your Grocery business and we will save you moneys SANITARY COFFEE s BUTTER STORES The Consumers Sanitary Cof fee and Butter Stores are now operating over 70 Stores in 12 differnt cities That anything ad vertised for sale by the Consumers Is 100 Quality Merchandise 3 Am VERY BEST PURE This Butter Is Guaranteed to be the very finest ELGIN CREAMERY made. IJlW Oh, How Good! 5c Very Best Pea re White Granulated 9 fc. 4 Be GUARANTEED Strictly Fresh Doz. NEW LAID 25c o n p uomesiEC uii wim a TO t HH PS keY 0P8nBr 2uar" Ii JilililiVw-yLy Qntnnrltnhnrrnnrl 3 Cans IOC o, m m- American (LDdl LP Family 11 1 Bars 47e Swansdown Cake Flour Large Pkge. 28c Coofaes 12 .Varieties' of the best sellers, Including Vanilla Wafers, Cocoa T Bars, Fig Bars' iJj Jack Frost, Cho j J? lb colate Drops BORDEN'S Eagle Brand Milk Can SPECIAL MONDAY, June 5 Only ELL-0 AW Flavors pkgSo 641 Hohman St. Hammond 188 State St Hammond 547, 119th St.- Whiting 716 E. Chicago Ave. 3448 Michigan Ave.- -E. Chicago Ind. Harbe"