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K SOCIAL Here are Daily Suggestions for Games GAME FOR TODAY Submitted hy Community Service) SIMON' SATS One player chosen to be "Simon" takes his place before the other players. He commands some gym nastic movement as "raise arms for ward, bend knees," etc. As he does fo he calls cut, "Simon says." If. however, he. omits "Simon says' be fore his command, the players should not execute the movement, even though he does. Anyone fall ing In this must be seated. Intellectual alertness. HAMMOND WOMAVS CUD The Art committee of the Ham mond Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. B. E. Escher of Webb street Monday afternoon, October the twenty-third. Mrs. Streeter, chairman of the de partment, presided at the meeting:. There was a large attendance and the following: program was well rendered: Roll ca1!. with quotations from Willium CuUen Bryant: The Lost Arts, toy Mrs. M. Rothschild; Current Art Topics, by Mrs. Robert Armstrong. Mrs. Rothschild read very In teresting paper on her trip to Mex ico in 1909, giving an account of the way the rarty had obtained a sightseer's pass on this side and had all crossed the ferry into that perilous country over the Rio Grande. She gave a very fine de scription of the country, the dress and costumes of the people, stating that many f the Mexican arts are lost as they are in India. China and Japan, as the secret of making same has died with the family that pro duced them. The secret of the mak ing of the special glass used in the cathedrel of Rheims died with the family, and a great deal of the art of making pottery is, lost, also Spanish art. Last but not least, it is claimed tha tthe "Art of Conver sation" is lost but this fact will doubtless be disputed by the oppo site sex. A most delightful afternoon was enjoyed by all. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. J. T. Clark, secretary-. Word was received in Ham mond, from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poole of Washington. D. C. that a fine baby girl was born to them yes terday, October the twenty-fourth. The little girl has been named Mary Norris Poole. Mrs. Poole will be remembered by her Hammond friends as being Miss Margaret Mc Hle before her marriage. The L. O. T. M. Social Club will meet on Thursday. October the twenty-sixth at the home of Mrs. Margaret Harrington. 257 Sibley street- Pot luck lunch wll be served at noon. The Auxiliary of the American Legion will meet at Legion Hall on Thursday' evening, October the twenty-sixth, at eight o'clock. It is hoped that everyone will be there f?r plans are to be made for Armis tice Day. The district meeting of the Wom an's Auxiliary of the diocese of Northern Indiana will be held Fri day. October the twenty-seventh. In the First Presbyterian church at ten o'lock In the morning. Luncheon will be served in the dining room of the Presbyterian church at twelve fifteen o'clock by tho ladles of St. Paul's parish. A number of inter esting speakers will take part In the morning and afternoon sessions. Mrs. John Barton, who has "been puttering from a nervous attack and neuritis ,has returned to her home in Chicago after having been under the care of a physician and a nurse for several weeks. Mrs. Barton's friends will indeed be glad to know that she ha sbeen able to be taken home, although no callers will be allowed for some time. Farmer's Wife Finds Astonishing Relief "For ten loner years I had suf fered with my stomach. I tried everything without relief, but after one dose of Mayr's Wonderful Rem edy I knew I had obtained what I had been looking for and I took the full course of treatment. It is go ing on 4 years r.ow and I have- never hael any pains or bloating since." It removes the catarrhal mucous from the intestinal tract, and al lays the inflammation which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including ap pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded at Summer's Drug .Store, and druggists every where. Adv. PERPETUAL In the hair goods section oervice of advice a.-d assistance in tie selection and arrangement of coiffures. Edward C. BEAUTY SHOP News and Personals Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Ludwlg and Mis. A. S. Hunt have Joined Chicago friends today and will see Frank Daeon In "Llghtnin" at the matinee. Miss Dorothy Nierengarten and Miss Ethyle Doyle were guests at tho Columbia College of Expression on Monday evening, when Oey en Joyed a party given at the college. The Pine Street Presbyterian Aid Society will meet Thursday after noon at two thirty o'clock at the home of Mrs. Lfo Smith, 847 Tor rence avenue. This. is to be the sil ver tea meeting. Attention '.s called to the men not to forget the Men's Fellowship din ner at the First Presbyterian church Thursday evening at six fifteen o'clock. T. II. Adklr.s of Crown Point Is to be the speaker and the Sunday school orchestra will play. This dinner promises to be one of the beet of the year. Word has teen received from Mrs. LeGrande T. Meyer, who Is attend in;; the meeting of the State Feder ation of Women's Clubs at Indian apolis this week, that the meeting1 Is proving an inspiring one from which the Udles feel they will get & great deal to bring home to the Hammond club women. Mrs. Meyer reports that Lake county has done herself proud and the spirit of friendship and fellowship which prevails in Indianapolis is Indeed splendid. There will be & Hallowe'en mas querade party in the soeial rooms ofthe First M. E. church Friday evening. October the twenty-seventh at eight o'clock. All the young men and women of the church a-e invited to come and bring their friends tor an evening of the best aort of fun. The home of Mrs. Matt Scherer on Logan 6treet was the scene of a lovely party last evening when Mrs. Scherer and Mrs. W. B. New man honored Mrs. J. D. Brosel with a splendid gathering of her friends, who regret having Mrs. Brusel leave them to make her home In Califor nia. The party had been planned as a surprise for Mrs. Brusel. who was indeed surprised to find some thirty of her friends of Hammond and Chicago honoring her. During the evening a lovely musical program was given when Mrs. Jerome Collins played nicely, as did Miss Minnie Bran. Miss Eleanor Darling of Chi cago read delightfully and -James Darling, also of Chicago, danced splendidly for the ladies. Later in the evening Mrs. Scherer and Mrs. Newman served lovely refreshments in the rooms made festive for the occasion by the use of the orange and black streamers'and the sugges tive black cats and owls and bright colored pumpkins. This merry group was about to break up. when Mrs. Newman, in behalf of all the ladles, presented Mrs. Brusel with an at tractive tan leather .pocketbook, ex pressing for the ladies their desire for a lovely trip for Mrs. Brusel and the hope that she will have the best of everything her new California home. - ' The Evening Hour department of the Hammond Woman's Club have planned a splendid dancing party at the Masonic Temple for this Fri day evening, October the twenty seventh. Plans, have been made to make this affair a festive one of the Hallowe'en season and Conrad's orchestra has been engaged to play for the dancing, and there has been a promise of some novel stunts. Tickets can be had at Miss Stewarts Hat Shop on Hohman strete. The Girls' Friendly Society will have Its regular meeting tomorrow evening, Thursday. October the twenty-sixth, at the home of the Misses Esther and Martha. Lund on Mason street. Mrs. AveriU of Fort Wayne will come before the young ladies to speak and bring them some new Ideas for the furtherance of their work. Mrs. Averill Is the wife of the Reverend Averill of Fort Wayne. The Fannie Berkman Auxiliary had a very enjoyable social meeting at the home of the Misses Anna and Mary Marcus en Truman avenue last evening. After a short business session, the members and guests were enter'ined with music and dancing, after which the hostesses served the guests a very delicious luncheon. The homo was decorated prettily in Hallowe'en eolors: Be sides the members of the auxiliary, there were present the following visitors from Chicago: Mrs: Weln thal, president of the Home Auxil iary; Mrs. .Hchwavts, Vice president; Mrs, WaMmcBi superintendent of the Home, and Mrs. Duggan, assist ant superintendent. Continuing the series of parties which are being given to honor Miss Dorothy Crumpacker, 'whose mar riage to James Howard Llss of Chi cago is to be an event of November, is the luncheon bridge with which Mrs. Julius Meyn of Glendale Park is to hono" Miss Crumpacker to- YOUTH! In the whole range of life there f$ vauthX, Possilicy of Perpetual from cradle to grave, grows steadily. ta,c,al massage, as we apply it our beauty salon, cleanses the poresi stimulates the rejuvenation of the to the touch but with an inward con sciousness of freshness and youth. Eye-brow arching, hair moving and dressing, manicuring, etcail the ame skilled careandunderstanding. Minas Co. Second Floor morrow at one o'clock. The party has also been planned as a kitchen shower for Miss Crumpacker' s pleas ure. Mrs. Voorhees Bryan of Mulberry, Indiana, who has been the guest of her daughter. Mrs. Wesley Eistun of Forest avenue at the Eistun honu j for the past week, returned to ho- ! home In Mulberry today. The St. John's Social Club held a bunco party on Friday evening at the new grocery store of Mary Fan drei, 55 Gostlln street. After a most pleasant evening of bunco, tempting refreshments were served and everyone pronounced the Paty a great success. Five of the Columbia school teachers drove to Indianapolis last Wednesday, where they attended the State Teachers' Association conven tion there. They came back by motor on Sunday. The party was composed of Miss Aldea Pepin. Miss Mildred Wray, Miss. Helen Horner, Miss Alice Hess, and Miss Mabel Berg. Sfcveral Hammond ladles were the guests of Mrs. E. Crowell of Crown Point yestc-day when she entertain ed a number of her friends for luncheon at one o'clock. Following luncheon, the afternoon was spent most enjoyaoly with contests and sociability. The Hammond guest list Included Mrs. N. Emmerjtng. Mrs. J. C. Graves. Mrs. Edith Grit fin, Mrs. L. L. Uomberger." Mrs. John son, Mrs. Mary Holm and Mrs. Wil liam Smith. The home of Mr. and Mrs. .Henry Gav-lt of Sibley street was the scene at a pleasant gathering last even ing when a number o. the friends of Mrs. Mary Ripley came to the Gavlt home to .nlcafcantly surprise Mrs. Ripley who was celebrating her birthday. An evening of bunco was enjoyed with the honors going to Mrs. W. Klpley. who won first lad. ics priie and Mr. Haft winning the c.onolatlon priie. Mr. Kepner won the first gentlemen's prize and Mr. w. Ripley won the consolation priie. Following the games there wrs a most attractive course lunch con served the guests who had come to the Gavit home to help Mrs. Rip ley celebrate her birthday and had remembered her so bountifully with lovely gifts. The p-jests were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. William Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hepner and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Powell and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Green, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Gavit and son, Mrs Sarah Ripley. Mrs. Haift. Mtss Dot Ridley and Miss Anna Kostecker. HAVE YOU SEEN IT? Calumet region lovers of the silver screen who fall to see "The Old Homestead." now playing at the Farthenon theatre will miss one of the very finest and greatest pict ures ever taken. It has the orig lnaJ "Old Homestead" ibeaten off the iboards and tihe Parthenon should be packed from pit to dome every night it is here. Those who have seen It praise it in glowing terms. The story seems to have lost none of its old time attractiveness. The all star cast of the picture includes Theodore Roberts as Uncle Josh, George Fawcett as Eph Holbrook, T. Roy Barnes as Hap-py Jack, Frit zi Kldgeway as Ann, Harrison Ford as R.euhen. Ethel Wales as Ma tilda, Kathleen O'Connor as Rose, and James Mason as hem. The production made under the direction otf James Cruze leaves nothing to (be desired. We see Renjben's wandering among strange peoples and gain a view of the Old Homestead In a scene that is certain ly convincing. It is a work of mer it which deserves every success he cause it is clean, wholesome, full of humor and pathos. STEPS IN AUTO'S PATH John Hogan, aged SS, suffered a broken left leg last night when he stepped from the curb at Sibley and Hohman streets and Into the path C"f an anitomobile driven by Jesse L. Repp. 229 Henry street. Ropp was driving west on Si'bley street and had Just swerved south into Hohman street when Hogan walked In front of the machine. . Ropp took the in jured man to the hospital. FILES DIVORCE SUIT, Ira Ward has been finding out things about his wlife Hattie. Ira. who lives at 208 Michigan avenue. Hammond, ftled suit for divorce to day in the Hammond Superior cou r t . He says that when he married Hattie, on September 9th, she repre sented herself to be a virtuous wo man. He has learned he says, that she had been living in adultery wih another man. Furthermore, s'nee their marriage Hattie has been writ ing love letters to one of the Doe UVE LOCAL teS "ADS" WASSEY'S PLEATING , SHOP tl STATE STHEICT RfsitiUk with Cild mmd SllvrM Thread i also atateh all colors. ! loa Hole. Battoaa Covered, Eat. brotdorflaic, Rraldlac, Beadiaic rhoao Uaiaaitad 44. I-7-:.' Hammond Musical College. For the st.idy of music In all u branches. Phone 1511. (-3 There wiil be lots of Hallowe'e' fun and good music at the Ge-man':: Club House Saturday nisrht. Oct. ?.c given by the German BeneSciii Union. Come and have a good tim 10-25-: 'Pedro and Bur.co Party wit dance-; Thursday evening at K. an Lt of S- hall, over I.ior. Store. glv. by the Protected Home Clrclf. Ad mission 25c each. Everybody wel come. 10-25-2t boys. Ira says his flrst name Is Guy but he isn't sure of the lt name. She has (been receiving mall under her -former name, Ilattle Bro din. M. M. Bruce is his attorney. FESTIVAL Once a year Hammond folk enjoy a pleasant interlude from the arti ficiality, the complexity, of life, from the dullness of being an adult, when they view portrayed' by the youngsters of Lafayette school, the occasion of the now famous Play town Festival. - Under the magic wand of child hands the big, grimy brick structure assumes the charac ter of some resplendent dream palace and class rooms become the rendez vous of animated picture book peo ple. The festival of fairy and gnome will be held this fall on the eve nings of November 2nd and 3rd. So popular has the event become that two days were set aside for its pre sentation this year. Miss Rena Ames, principal of the building, promises her staff of teachers and the 700 children at the school will more than out-do them selves In the coining Play town page ant. New angles on ojd ideas In playland dramatization will be offer ed by the pupils of Miss Leona Bap tist. Miss Marie Landon. Miss Marie Mills and Miss Martha Lund. Although the festival is a week distant the windows of the play palace are beginning to reflect the golden fancies of Its occupants and at sunset any day the gilded panes of the west windows give anticipa tory pleasure to tho beholder. E. Chicago ONE'trcnuble with a political plank is that so many of the candidates walk It. BETWEEN' now and November 7. Charles Flchter will be working 2o hours a day. A. K. PERKINS is making a whir', wind v campaign for Sheriff in this soction of the county. EXTRA policeman will (be added to the East Chicago department force it Is expected this week. JOHN Kir.TJGREW. nominee for republican county clerk, was here yesterday looking over his fences. Card of Thanks We wish to extend our sincere thanks and appreciation for the symijathy shown during our recenl bereavement at the death of our be loved mother, Mrs. Charlotte Kuhl man; also for the beautiful floral offerings, a-utos of our friends and relatives and Rev. Llchtslnn for his kind words of consolation. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kuhlman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kuhlman. CARD OF THAXKS We wish to thank our relatives and friends for their kindness dur ing the illnoss and death of our daughter and sister, Gladys Estelle Lowery. We also wish to thanU Rev. W. C. Henslee and singers. Centenary Church, Ladies' Aid and Sunday School, Lincoln school, Illi nois Car and Manufacturing Co. and employes, also the Boy Scouts of Hammond, for their sympathy and beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowery and Family. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our kind friends for their kindness and sympathy ! shown during our recent bereave ment In the loss of our dear son and brother, and for the beautiful floral Offerings. Mr. and Mrs. I. Languer. 1 57 Os'lin it. It i s II .rJy gfrW - 214-216 Last state Street Hammond, Indiana JLvQb LOOK FOR OUR PAGE AD IN FRIDAY'S TIMES ANNOUNCING THE GREATEST PRICE pi r- B STORE Jjg'g'jg J3 BARGAINS J. G. McILWRAITH. secretary of the Indiana Box Co., Is at the Mayo Sanitarium undergoing a serious operation. IF It's a workout ttu are looking for don't mlrs Monday evening gym work at the McKl.iley high school building. HOW a man ruls a kingdom and a Princess' heart, and loses both are depicted in "The Prisoner of Zen da," now showing at Hartley's. JOHN J. DREESEN. Jr.. Is giving nway free yard sticks. John is in dignant to learn that the boys ere using them to measure the gas in their tanks. JOHN FLETCHKR ha lived to re nllze his fo-' He now lives on the corner of Broadway a '''-t"-' iit . .o New ork either. DBKT PETERSON, city boss of weights and measures, is back at his de?k after Attending a Ave day convention of state officials at In dianapolis. SINCE Councilman MeKenna flop ped to a Dodger booster he has lost his political strength with the Go phers. Joe savK he's not looking for a second term, nnyway., TOMORROW evening the Eat Chicago Masonic lodze will make a pilgrimage to Mystic Star lodge, at Englewood Temple. 67th and AVent worth avenues. Henry says to be there at 7:30 sharp. Gary DIRECT mall service between Gary and Crown Point, wht'-h res!- I dents of the two cities have been Suitable of M OF We have been most fortunate in securing several lots of the highest grade POLO COATS double-faced plaid back woolens, handsomely tail ored, convertable ulster collar, invered pleat in back, some plain. Colors are tan, brown, heather and gray. They are wonderful values at $14 and $19 WATCH OUR WINDOW! MANDEL S 143 State Street fighting for, for several years, will be Inaugurated In the near future, ! It was learned today. INJURIES received Sunday when his Ford crashed in.o a street car pole on South Broadway, resulted fatally to John Guby of Liverpool at the Mercy hospital. He suffered fractured ribs and internal injuries. JIMMY Thorpe's noted aggrega tion of Indian football s.ars will be at Gleason park in Gary next Sun day afternoon. Gary Elks have put in a bid for the middlewestern ti tle and the Indians will be their opponents. HARVEY Evans, who drove the Ford which was struck by a South Shore train, killing his mother and sister and causing serious injury to himself, has yet to learn of the shocking fate of his mother and sis ter. Coroner Evans, his father, fears that the shock would be too great for him. WORKMEN for the Gary Street Railway are now rushing the task rox CONSTIPATION BILIOUSNESS Headache INDIGESTION Stomach Trouble -SOLD EVERYWHERE THURSDAY aunts for Auto, Sport and Street Wear w omen OUR MOTTO: Prices to Win Friends Quality to Hold Them. ft' ' ppsM& tha Post &Mice HIUIlMllll of putting in new rails and em body them in concrete between Fifth avenue and the South Shore tracks. They hope to have it com pleted by the time snow files. IT was rsported today that sev eral suits have been filed in the Gary superior v court against the new cemetery corporation on Ridge road and the prospects of riches Millinery Sale Any woman will be quick to see the charm of these Hats for im mediate wear with Wraps or Suits The Rose 186 State Street, AND FRIDAY an Coats i op d M isses .9ima SLAUGHTER SALE EVER ATTEMPTED IN THIS REGION for the stockholders will not b what It has been painted. For Loss of Appetite Try 1TORBELINI7 MIDGET J-' Sold By Your Druggist Any Hat in our store special ly priced for Thursday, Fri day and Saturday at $5.00 These Hats are of Satin and Vel vet, trimmed with metallic cloth and feathers. Values ranging from $8.50 to $15.00 for $5.00. Hammond, Indiana Shop JiL jE o Hammond, Indiana . lint .attwM " ' ',gf.11 '!. ;'.?'""'