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THE TIMES PAGE THREE SCHOOL FOR MATURE STUDY OPEN JUNE 15 '- SPIdAL TO THE TIMES JXDIANAF0LI9. Ind., June 7. In connection with the Dunes summer eaip which opens near Tremont, Porte-r county, June 15, a school for nature study will be -conducted offer Ing a week's course of Instruction on various Interesting features of this marvelous country. 'Field trips to tht "Pageant Blow-crut," the Tama racks, Bailey home (the oldest Christian homestead in northern, Indiana), to Mt Tom, and other points of Jntrest will be arranged. Co-operation with the Indiana A Federation of Clubs In establishing the camp are the stater conservation Bpxrtment, and Indiana, Purdue. S Valparaiso and Chicago Universities. .Governor Warren T. McCray is In tho program which Includes Hon. Stephen T. Mather, director of Na tional park service; Charles J. Sauers, acting director of the stale conservation department Jens Jen- n, landscape architct of Chicago; Mrs. W. J. Torrence, president of tho Indiana Federation of Clubs, lira. Mary K. Sherman of Coloraio, chairman of applied education and Mrs. Francis Whitley of Iowa, chair wan of natural scenery, 'both of the General Federation of Clubs, and Prof. Mary Matthews of .Purdue University, chairman of conserva tion of the Indiana Federation of Clus. ' Following is a list of sub jects taught with instructors in charge: TWB fiEOlXnV ASD GEOGRAPHY OF THE DUNES, Dr. W. X. Logan. stai,e geologist. Prof. RolUn P. Salisbury, head of the department of Geology, Univer ,.ty of Chicago. , PLANT LIFE. K Prof. Stanley Coulter, dean of cienee, Purdue University. and member of the Indiana conservation Commfssion. -- Dr. Henry C. Cowles. prcftessor of plant "ecology. University', of Chi cago., and author of "Vegetation of Sand Dunes of Lake Michigan." Prof. M. L. We ems, botany, Val . paraiso University. Prof. George D. Fuller, University of Chicago. UIR1 A VD ANIMAL, LIFE. Prof. Will Scott, Indiana Univer sity. Prof. Elliott R. Downing, school of education. University of Chicago: author of "A Xat-uralist of the Great Lakes Region." -Frank V. Woodruff, director of the Acs.damy of Science, Chicago. Orpheus M. Shantz. president the Illinois Audubon Society. HISTORY Of THE REGION. Dr. John W. Oliver, director Indiana historical commission. George A. Brennan, Chicago, au thor of the "Wonders of the Dunes.'' (In manuscript). ARTISTIC VALUE OF THE RUSES Frank V. Dudley, Dunes landscape artist. Persons . wishing reservations should wite to 'Mrs. O. C. E. Mat thies, . 711 Sohl street, Hammond, Ind. NEW SUBS IN PRACTICE TRIALS of of r u 1 - tvtr. .-: . . : - THE INDEPENDENT WOMAN i Is one of the brightest jewels which adorns our modern economic system. But too oftsn this independence is gained at the cost-of health, and the wage-earning woman struggles through her duties, a prey to ner vousness, backache and , despond ency. Does not her independence then become more of a burden than a Joy? Lydla E. Pinkham's Vege table Compound ha3 helped many such women to regain their zest in life, and will help many more. Adv. OUR FIGHT DECISIONS 2 At Philadelphia. Pa. Lew Tendler knocked out Bobby Barrett. (6); George (K. O.) Chanty knocked out Allie Sack (1); Phil Kaplan beat Joe Jackson (8); Erl France beat Tim Droney (8), At Boston Pete Hobin beat Bill Carney (1.1); Tommy Noble beat Mickey Travers (10); Abe Friedman beat Johnny CUrtin (10); Pete Hart lev bat Johnny Clinon'(3). 40 YEARS AGO Forty years ago an old doctor was putting up a medicine that cured the worst cabes of chronic blood poison ing, rheumatism, catarrh, sciatica, lumbago, consUaption, bloating and distress after eating, liver, kidney and stomach disorders; stopped Itch ing and burning skin eruptions; caused boils, carbuncles, sores, ul cers and glandular swellings to disappear. Being a druggist I se cured this prescription and to com memorate my fortieth year In the lruir buairesj named the medicine "Mendenhalls Number 40." J. C. Mendenhall, Evansviile. Ind. .40 year, a druggist. Sold at Weis Drug Store, 08 State St., Hammond; Mattern Drug , Co.. whiting, and Central Drug Store, Indiana Harbor adv. U. S. subs 50 and 51 saluting each other before starting speed runs. FORD NEARS OUTPUT OF 5,000 A DAY Dealers Call -for 194,750 Cars, Trucks and Tract ors For June. The U.'S. submarines 6C and 51, latest and largest type of un dersea craft, built by the Lake Torpedo Boat Company, success fully completed fifty-two horrs of continuous running test on Lonjr Island sound. The boats are 248 feet long and of the most modern type. They are doubled hulled, differing in many particu lars from other craft ol the new S class. . The plans on which they were built were drawn after careful study of German U-boat construction had been made and some German practices proved in the war were adopted. The navy has accepted them. wnen "Ford dealers In the United States have asked for a total of 194. "50 Ford Cars. Trucks and Tractors to meet their June requirements," says a statement Issrjed by the Ford Mo tor Company, Detroit. (Michigan. As a resuit. tho estimated output for June has been boosted to 140.000, which is an increase of 10,000 ever !a. t raoth, and, of course, will set up a new high record. In spite of the fart that the May output showed a substantial increase over the pre vious highest month. Ford sales have been constantly Increasing since the first of the year, the demand growing during the past two months faster than it has 'been possible to increase pro duction. Monday. May 6th. brought forth a new record of cars built for one day, the figures reaching 4S47 at the close of the day's work. This was an increase of 16 over May 13th, the previous high mark was Miss Frances Kloss of Montana established. , is 'visiting here with her grandmoth- On May 16. the six millionth Ford er, Mrs. Kloss and family, motor was assembled. Number five ( John stark, Sr., has sold his place million came off the. line May 28th, of 'business and oronertv to a oarty one year ago. "Ford officials state that every attempt Is being made to build . a sufficient number of cars and trucks to fill the retail requirements of their S.000 dealers, notwithstanding which it is well for the public to keep in mind." says F. W. Van Sick lcn, presiderft of the Van-Slcklen-Zimmerman Motor Co., the Ford dealers at Whiting, Indiana, "that placing orders without delay is the best- method of sidestepping disap pointments in delivery dates. Whether., the Ford is ordered In Whiting or Hammond, order it early." from South Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Stark intend to moye to HammonO for the future. Work is progressing rapidly In wrecking the old church. Roy Weaver and some cf his friends went to Kankakee on Mon day evejiing to see a boxing exhi -'NX PURITAN MALT IN NEW DRIVE undoubtedly due to, this quality. And Puritan Fresh Pressed Hops are pressed to keep them fresh. Loose hopus lose their flavor faster than any other product and after noose hops have ' stood for any length of time you might as well use shavings. This choosing of only the best hops from the latest crop and Immediately pressing those hops to keep them fresh and full flavored Is undoubtedly another reason for the enormous consumer demand of Puritan all over the United States. Jbrlifi Oregon produces about dozen eggs annually. 70,000,000 Amesterdam, Holland, than 300 bridges . has more ST. JOHN Miss Helen Bante and May Broad wa yof Chicago, visited Sunday here with Miss Marie Held. IT'S COMING! me ale WAIT! The Puritan Malt Extract Com pany has laid out a 50,000 line ad vertising campaign for this year to , back up the dealers in Chicago, Hammond -and surrounding cities. The campaign has already started. This is by far the largest advertis ing campaign ever devoted to a malt extract. Puritan enjoys a good consumer demand as there Is salr to be more Puritan sold than all other malt ex tracts combined. Puritan Is also the profit bearer for the dealers ibecause the profit is large and the turnover quick. The dealer helps now toeing put out by the Puritan Malt Extract Company are very attractive. There is a colorful counter card and an attractive window card, attractive window strips, air of which go with each order. In addition to these the carton containing the packages of hops Is an attractive colorful dis play in Itself and the labels on both the malt extract and the hop-flavored malt sugar syrup, are done In many colors ah4 immediately catch the eye on a dealer's shelf. Puritan Malt tExtract is claimed by its makers - to 'be the highest grade malt extract made anywhere in the world. Much of its favor is HOLYOKE'S BEST IN CAP AND GOWN : . " " , : 111 ' Exclusive As Gisiom-Euilt v C (K) (h M tg IK I K J !: L it: il&F METMttixN Sedan 'I Closed Car Beauty "Was Never Priced So Low The commodious trunk rack, ef soUd aluminum, mdds a smart touch to the rear of the car. WIRE. WHEELS EXTRA ATTRIBUTES of richness, beauty, luxury and XJl comfort, seldom present except in highest priced cars, make notable the new Chandler Metro politan Sedan just presented to the public It is a superb newcomer in a line of beautiful models, and with its aluminum steps, handsome trunk rack, polished protecting bars and rich interior appointments, the foremost of custom body-builders might proudly put his name upon it, Of five passenger capacity, low but roomy, rich but in good taste, powerful yet easily driven, this is a car for either the practical errand or the fashionable function. While women will bow to its ultra ctyle, men will be won by its impressive performance. The Metropolitan sedan brings peerless be?.uty within the range of prudent expenditure. See this new car now to assure prompt delivery. LAKE COUNTY AUTO SUPPLY AND SALES H. A. THIEL, Prop. Douglas and Hohman Sts. Phone, Hammond 1741 THE CHANDLER MOTORCAR COl?I Price F. O. B. Factory . CLEVELAND 'Alias Eleanor JL Moore. Many college grirls are v-etty, but even the prettiest ones cannot al ways stand the severe cap and blacL; frown. Miss Eleanor M. Moore of Mount Holyoke college, however, recently won a beauty contest in which she -as voted by her classmates the "best looking in cap and gown." She is president oi rue senior class. - COIUT OF-- COMFORT OOUNDS like a big order. Yet this guarantee goes on every LINCOLN double-decked coil bedspring that we sell. When you buy a LINCOLN double-decked coil bed spring the guarantee assures you that that spring will give to you three hundred and sixty-five nights of real rest each iycar every year. This because of its design which fits the contour of your body and because of its patented double-decked coil feature which will not permit the sag or sway which cramps the muscles and vital organs. The guarantee means that we stand ready and willing to return the purchase price, if the LINCOLN ever fails to hold the body in the perfect horizontal position which alone furnishes perfect rest or if you are dissatisfied with the spring in any way at any time. Come in and look over this perfect piece of sleeping equipment. kAUFMANN & WOLF - Hamhohd. tno F LINCOLN J AC LE J J N O I f E L E v- S WAYLE J J ? r . . 69c Gingham '49c yd. 32 inches, high grade Tissue Gingham, French and Scotch ginghams, in pretty checks and attractive color combina tions. A wonderful variety, at 49c a yard. V $2.50 Crepe cte Chine $lilyd. 40 in. heavy quality all pure silk Crepe de Chine, in a variety of wanted colors, for street and evening wear, the regular $2.50 quality, sale price, $1.49 a yard. S. & H. STAMPS WITH ALL PURCHASES Sales for Thursday KAUFMANN & WOLF - Hammond. Ind NEWLY ARRIVED FROM NEW YORK Summer Frocks The newest styles, colors and trimmings are- to be seen in the collection of r "Summery Frocks" newly shipped us" from Eastern makers. So smart and so inexpensive are these models of Ginghams, Ratine, Voile that every woman and miss can make her Summer selection from this collection. Colorful checks and plaids trimmings of organdy, lace and embroidery are featured at 25c Percale 15c yd. 36 in. Standard Percale, , the better grade, in dark and. light grounds, neat designs, and figures, for house dresses and aprons. Made to sell at 25c. Sale price, while th. lot lasts 15c a yard. $4J8 $OJ8 EXTRA SIZE FROCKS Handsome models of Dotted Normandy Voile brown, navy or black back- grounds, prettily dotted and trimmed T fl ). JO with organdy collars and cuffs very mZ special (sizes to 50) at 39c Dress' Gingham 25c yd. New 1922 Zephyr Gingham, 32 inches wide, in a large variety of beautiful checks and small plaids and new col or combinations, regular 39c value our greatest gingham valus. Sale price 25c yard. For Graduation Wear New 2-Pants Suits Sturdily constructed garments for sturdy boys handsome Suits for garduation serviceable for every day carefully tailored from New Attractive All Wool Mixtures Mother won't find better 2-pants Suits at these prices many of them have been selected from higher priced models and specially priced at and 1st Long Trousers Suits Lots of boys will want them for Graduation you'll find the attractive models in serges, - flannels and worsteds, tailored with the same care as our finest Men's Suits $25, $27.50 and $30. r - J 1 i