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TILE TIMES
Fririav. October 27. 1921
ast Chicago and the Harbor
the corrupt "ring" ivere subjects
touched by Judy Kennedy in his
talk before the meeting'.
31
Al Hassan Grotto
:u 1.-- cxcr fet.3 fail Is here.
:t a ; v, . 1 cl.raif .
''tin.:- v. r'i:', -f-iciv up your
in yrwr n'.-l kit iii; end
wit.j t'i: t!io-j:ui.l of others
!: A! Ii ,i-f:i:i iJruMO i'ai'. IV.
; :.r: 1:1 i;:5t Ciilca;o
'.it' M::s. m :o h i'. 1 :ie.t M td nf ; d J y
tCJ
4
! !T:5 TOASTED ;
ono ortrra process t 'j
which gives a t'H
I delicfcuo Jlavor '
1 -rr-z-r- - .. i... .i wimi m. i .ii-1 r;it:,3
v v 4
where friends meet and foes sake.
Uvery evening' is to be chuck full
of fu:i.
The program includes a caste of
Tt.lpath Chautauqua Vntertaiuer
asj?iMed by music from the Al Has
ran Zuave baiul. For the little f-.Iks
a bi? side thow atti act ion has been
s-et up i" the basement. Booths,
galore, filled with prizes for every
one, will augment and add to the
dhers-ity of the three-night festi-
al.
Sent to Jail.
When found guilty of stealing
his comrade's "Benny" by Judge A.
P. Twynian in the Kast Chicago city
court yesterday. D. W. Johnson, of
3 7"i) Pennsylvania avenue, was fin
ed 511 and sentenced to ISO days at
the Indiana i-tute Fan a .
I zr pr.v t" " r- p-ii I C ', J
i : f-. .. ? r f , i Hoi
V ( VJ W w i it
Republic Closes
The Kf-publlc Iron and Steel Co.
r'ant closed dwn last evening- with
the official announcement that op
erations at the Kast Chicago ini'ls
would be suspended for an indefin
ite period.
With a revival in the bar iron
market, which is expected the first
part'of lf'23, tho local plant, will re
sume work, it is said.
More than rt men were thrown
cut of employment as the result of
tli is shut-down.
Read These
Twin City
Advertisements
To phone neni Items to Emt Chi
cago Tlinea wtttce. cm.il feast Chtca.
NOTICE
starting today and every day un
til further notice, aui notice of stat
ed meeting' for Xodg-es and fraternal
orders vriU be charged for at tne
rate of 10c per lias.
WAS
V'O T3T.T1 A TTWf!
SHOP
1 STATU IIRECT
r5fmtl.h with Cold an tm
Threadj much all rolora. But
ton Ho!a. Uutlona Covered, En.
kruiaerflnit, f!rtdi, Endlta
riiune tlnmxsnJ 44tL l-I-U
TEY SSCHENBACH'S
SEAL LOAF 3EEAD
we r-sirriK, riCKE east chx-
C5GO 57-rJ. 10:26:6t
People up in Anns
TVHh blood in their eyes people cf
the south side of East Chicago threw
out a challenge to the street car
company that they would fight to
their last dollar to comrel them to
pave loOth street, when gathering' at
a mass meeting in Kxupa's hall last
night.
Many city officials among whom
were members of the common coun
cil, addressed the meeting and in
formed the people as to their re
cent action by the council to com
pel the street car company to pave
their right-of-ways on 150th street.
As ordered by the council two weeks
ago:
1 File an aJTidavIt In the East
Chicago city against the street car
company for not domplying with the
penal seltion of the city ordinance
ordering the Green Line to pave their
right of way on 150th street.
2 Appeal to the Appellate court
against which relieved the street car
company from the city ordinance,
! for a reversed decision.
3 In the meantime repair this
street car right cf way as a safety
means until after the controversy is
settled.
The people before eonclunin? their
! meeting concurred in and agreed that
! this was the only aetoin to take.
5
ii p
uncemen
1' '1
Starting on or about October 25, we will
open up a first-class American bakery in the
New McKenzie building at West 823 Chicago
ave., East Chicago
V? n"ill personally supenise and bake
everything in the line of breads and pastries.
We invite everyone especially the ladies
to make a personal inspection of our place.
;
1
iliiietz Brothers
G23 Chicago Avesua, East Chicago
t
'A
tntm
CALUM
TRUSTAND
BAN
The E-r.k Tha!
Serrica Saiit
Capita and Surphu
$120,000.00
Saved Dollars Give
the Most Pleasure
There is something about having ready money
in the Lbnk that h a source of pleasure.
Money in the Bank is both protection as well as
tiv:iL.:r c': cppoi I unities.
Starting a savings account and then watching it
grov; cieates new interest in life.
In i;;v.t;n3 you to Lecome a savings depositor
here this Bank desires to emphasize that an account
n-;iy hi stiri cl vviLi as little as $1.00 and that small
uq.oiUj arc always welcome.
CHICAGO
DIANA,
::':--. east
!:i"-;... IN
A . I'ti rU-: I 73 1 'i KTl
' -it vv. 53 tyf a if
Candidates Guests
5ror ethan twenty-five republican
and Democrat-Coalition party can
didates wer esuests at a meeting of
the Kast Chicago Methodist Men's
Clu bin the basement of the church
last evening.
Party platforms, principals and
issues were expounded by Wm. F.
Hodges, republican nominee for th
State Senator, State Representative
James I. Day, nominee for re-eilec.
tion, John D. Kennedy, candidate for
Judge of the Superior Court, room
one, running on the Democrat-Coalition
ticket.
Repealing the Public Utility law,
lowering taxes and getting rid of
ifi ,'!' r-WK
Oo--o--oh !
MAGIC AND MYSTERY
LURK IN
HALLOWE'EN
DECORATIONS AND
PARTY FAVORS
Paper Napkins
Table Covers
Bon Bon Boxes
Serving Cups
Decorated Crepe Paper
Cut-outs
Place Cards
Invitations
Gummed Seals
Festoons Etc.
"THE BOGIE BOOK"
is brimful of suggestions for
Hallowe'en Decorations and
games. We have it.
Nassau & Thompson
SI 2 Chicago Ave.
Eait Chicago
Society
Hair
Nets '
The best net on
the market and the
ONLY one that is
fully guaranteed!
Silk Net (with Elastic). 10c
Silk Nets (Knotted
E) .,.10c
Human Hair, single mesh
(Cap and Fiinge).. .10c
Our Special Double Mesh
Human Hair (Cap and
Fringe) 25c nets
now 2 for. . .. 25c
Ask your dealer
for them in your
town. Look for the
word "SOCIETY"
on the envelope. If
given a trial, you
will use no others.
JakeKupferberg
REPRESENTATIVE
We Make a Specialty of
FURNITURE and
PIANO MOVING
533 Chicago Avenue
GARAGE EAST CHICAGO
Phone E. C 829
T. S. Kennedy is confined to his
home on North, Earing- avenue with
a severe cold.
The Queen Esther Girls of the East
CWcag-o E. church will g-ive a hal
lowe'en masquerade party Saturday
evening in the community room of
the church.
.
Mcs. Charles Spurrier of North Ma
goun ave., who haa been quite ill
for several days Is recovering flow
iy.
.
Miss Mae Kennedy of North Bar
ing avenue attended the performance
at the YVooda theater, Wednesday
evening and taw Pauline Fredericks
in "The Guilty One."
Miss Minnie Williams who spent
the summer with her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. T. E.
Williams on North Magoua avenue,
and with relatives down state, where
Bhe underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis is again In this city at
the home of her brother. She will
leave In the very near future for
Colorado, where she spends her win
ters. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kennedy Jr.
of Niles, Mich., spent the week end
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mr. T. S. Kennedy on Baring ave.
. .
Roland, little son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ranee Olds of North Magoun ave..
is improving after rather a severe
illness.
.
Fire Chief C. F. Smith and wife
has purchased a brand new bungalow
at 4141 Baring ave. and are pre
paring to move from their present
home at 4206 Olcott avenue, some
time next week.
Mrs. Brouso haa returned from
Canada and, will 6pend the winter at
tne nome of Tier son-in-law and dau
HEALTH BRINGS BEAUTY
If You're a Woman Rundown,
Nervous. Hare Headaches and
Backaches, What This Wom
an Says is Vital to You
Indianapolis. Ind. "I underwent
an operation a yea.r ago last April;
then afterwards I always suffered
terribly each month with headache
and a chilly, numb feeling, until I
learned about Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription. I took three bottles:
of It and was wonderfully relieved.
If I had known sooner about the
"Favorite Prescription am sure I
would have avoided a great deal of
suffering." Mrs. Hazel A. Pultze.
929 East St Clair St.
You'll be on the road to health
and beauty if you purchase this
'Prescription' of Dr. Pierce's at your
nearest drug store. In tablets or
liquid Adv.
PARTHENON
ORPHEUM
i AST TIMES TODAY
THE
OLD
HOMESTEAD5
TOMORROW
5 ACTS HIGH CLASS C
VAUDEVILLE
Also
KATHERINE MACDONALD
in
"HEROES AND HUSBANDS"
io-ixiu JAZZ ATTRACTIONS
SUNDAY CONTINUOUS FROM 1:00 TO 11:00 P. M.
A Triumphant Return to Hammond of
f-ill i Jjn ji r j
TODAY and TOMORROW
Continuous SAT. and SUN.
From 1:M) to 11:00 P. M.
WHOSE HAND
CLOSED
THE DOOR?
AN AGGREGATION OF PERFECT
LY FORMED LILLIPUTIANS
MEN AND WOMEN
A Carnival of Fun, Appealing to Young and
Old Big Vaudeville Features and Film
Subjects Come Early and Avoid the
Crowd.
s
Also LITTLE NAPOLEON
in
'A MONKEY COPw
DE LUXE
LAST TIMES TODAY
"IN THE NAME
OF THE LAW"
SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MON
DAY and TUESDAY
J
WALLACE
Hhe GYvoSt
breaker"
ULAJ.EE c'nl
ui ALTER
agammouAti
Jhm
ghter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ilart. on
North Magoun avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Henderson, of
4423 Northcote ave., left today on an
auto trip to Florida. During their
absence Mr. and Mrs. ZInk, of the
Sinclair Refining Co., will occupy
their home.
Mrs. E. B. Gibbs entertained Mrs.
T. E. Williams and Miss Minnie Wil
liams at a one o'clock luncheon yes
terday at her home in the Wlckey
apartments.
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Blatt. of Ol
cott avenue, had as their guests last
evening their undo and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. George Clark and Mr. and
Mrs. Orland Battlshill of Chicago.
Mrs. Morgan Matthews and Mrs.
Anna Johnson of Vrlcott avenue,
were entertained at luncheon and
bunco yesterday In Chicago.
a
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Gilman, of
Northcote ave., are entertaining
their aunt, Mrs. F. P. Abbott, from
Goshen, Indiana, this week.
Mrs. A. Newton of 145th street
was a charming hostesa yesterday
afternoon to the members of the K.
I. U. club at three tables of bunco,
In which high honors went to Mrs.
Henry Brown and second to Mrs.
Dor.ald Mclver. The home was very
attractively decorated in hallowe'en
fashion, which was also carried out
in the dainty refreshments served.
The Auto Deal club will be guests
Cf Dr. and Mr6. A. A. Ross tomorrow
evening at their home on Beacon st.
Mrs. Fagerty left this morning for
her home in New York, after spend
ing a few days with her sister, Mrs.
Delia Scott, of 145th street. She
was called here to attend the funeral
of her brother, the late John Mor
arlty. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forbeck, ef
144th street are entertaining the
latter's mother. Mrs. O'Brist and
her grandson from Indianapolis.
E. C. Wedgewood returned Tues
day to his home on Wegg avenue
from Mercy hospital, Gary, where
he underwent an operation some
two or three weeks ago.
Additional East Chicago on
I'tLKrn 5 and T.
BIJOU ODAY
ROY STEWART
In
"BACK TO YELLOW JACKET'
Also "Days of Buffalo Bill"
TOMORROW
EVA NOVAK
In
"Jane of the Big Snow's"
Also Good Comedy
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