J HOBART "j
Tr following officers wrre elect
ed for the coining year by the Royal
Neighbor lodge at their meeting
fcld last evening:
Oracle Ksther Kobinson.
Vi-a Oracle Mrs. Terry.
Ohancelor Mary Brandt.
Recorder Anna Newman.
Receiver "Laura Kagen .
Marshall .lAuretta Malone.
Inner Sentinel "Mrs. Nelson.
Oijter Kentlnel Matoel Lennertz.
Manager Klla Ewlg'hlebeti .
Physician Clara Faulkner.
Musician Lyriia Ingram.
Mrs. Wecl'ierly entertained twelve
jniests at a dinner party t lier liome
yesterday at twelve o'clock. The
afternoon waa spent in playlnff flv
hundred. The following attended
from Gary.Irs. Owen, Mra. Iline,
Mrs. StrlckrlJge, Mia. ?efshield and
The W. M. C. I'luib met "Wednei.
day evening with Mrs Gladya Rose.
Mrs. AVlckham of Missouri Is here
visiting with her son tr. Wlckham.
Mr. and Mrs. Small went to
paralso today to visit with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Oto Matk visited
friends In Chicago today.
Mrs. Hatten visited relatives In
Esi-:t Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. Thiel is spending the weelt
with relatives in Michigan.
Mr. Edward Keilman. Jr., Is on
the Pick list.
Mrs. Jordon is on the sick llt and
Womd"e! Oraciea Man Gets Groat
Relief wit! Jaquea Wond ex Capau lea
"For three years and five month
ttf tha "World War I wore- the khaki
of aa Infantryman. Through tha
hell of Xpres. St. EIol. rra9, th
fiomme, Amiens and I'aschendale.
we trudged through the mire. Tha
mud and the slush and the constant
rhellinr took their toll of the meni
morale, but evea worse than thl
vere the cold rations, or none.
"I Buffered from etomach trouble
others did. Tvlthout aid, until
wounded at fe't. Klol, in the sprhig
of 1916; then came the Red Cross
hospital In England. Again duty
called me tack Into the shell swept
Jireaa of Belgium, broken la consti
tution, but able lo carry a rifle
Gradually starving, yet carrying on,
as ethers dld,t down to a. weight oC
obout 110 pounds, until one day am
memy shell got me again Blighty,
Jnsrland, Xor me.
"Days In the iospltaL Then be
re a medical board, ordered baclc"
to Canada, and there dlschs-el an
medically unfit. During- all thesn
-tnonthg of careful medical treatment
very effort was mads t restor
my appetite and train my BtomaeJi
to digest food, but without success,
"I returned to my home in Syra
cuse, N. Y., shattered In health, un
title to digest my food and alto
gether despondent. In 1019 mr work
took me to Plattsburg-. ?.. Y.'whera
I became acquainted with Jaques
Little Wonder Capsules. I took the
capsules and I am today free from,
the constant misery In my stomach.
11 "Through my love of the old uni
form I do not feel that I can have
my name published, but If anyone
Interested will drop a line to thu
Jaques Capsule Co.. Plattsburg, N.
Y.. they wUi be ivea iny cams anl
On tale at Public Drug Store. la
Alan n Harbor Klefntnan's Pharmacy
Indiana Harbor t the Meyer Drug
Stores, Gary; or Cu cents by mall
j.ostpald from Jaqties Capsule Co.,
Flattsbnrcr. N. Y. Adv.
has ben taken to St. Margaret's
Dance at HesavUle Schoul gym on
Haturday evening, iJecein'ber 9th.
Mualc by Sterling, Benefit lleaavllle
bchgul gym. 12-S-2
Mrs. Ed. Green, Mrs. Harry Ko
blnson and 'Wllibur Lojd of Crown
Point n;ent Thurnday with Mrs.
Ward Keseler at her home on Ken.
Mrs. "Wm. Hayzlet of Springfield,
Ohio, who has apent tlie past month
at the home of her nephew Mr. V.
Kessler and family went to. Crown
Point to spend a few days with her
friends and relatives, prior to re
turning to her home In Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. ntnker were
Chicago shoppers Thursday.
Mrs. F. Harding and Mrs. Jack
Wagner spent Thursday afternoon
Mrs. Foulkner cf Highland was
a business visitor at Hessvllle last
The Voung Men's Cluib are plan,
nins to give a dance at the Commun
ity hall Saturday evening, Dec. 9th.
Mrs. L. Proeschold and Mrs. Joe
Maydea spent Thursday In Ham
Victor Klneoll !a out of aohuvl on
account of pink eyce.
A Par.nta Taaohara Aaioclatlon
waa organlaad at a meeting1 h.ld In
the Munatar io!iool Vedneaday ev
ening. I i.e. 6th. Quite a crowd
turned out, but we ahould liave liked
to aao more. Th first regulur
ineetlni,- will be held on Thursday
evening, Jan. 4th, 1W23. Kverybody
la welcome to come and help mnke
this a a-uccesa.
Mr. Weat'a valuafsle hunting dog
waa run over and Iillied by n auto
The Ladlea' Ciub met at the home
of Mra. Dane in Oa Olen. Thursday
(mo more member was taken Into
the club. ijncu aa played and
flrat prlre went to B. Munater, aec
ond to iilra. Kaake. Next meeting
with Mra. Da-ugherty.
Mr. Rpyer of Michigan !s -visiting
at the home of Mr. J. Munater Sr.
and took in the Stock Show In Chi
A new family have moved In one
of Boreliua houses on Calumet ave.
-Antloch, In the fourth century, is
believed to have been the first city
to make any attempt to llg-ht its
sreets at nigh.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hook, spent
Sunday at the home of Jtr, and Mra.
Homer J.ydtck of Chicago.
Sirs. George Rachau 'visited in
Misses Viola and Margaret Will of
Griffith spent &.imay with friends
Rev. Kngllsh of Ohlcago filled
the pulpit of the Congregational
Ch urch, Sunday .
Mr. Condon the County Superin
tendent of Schools, visited the pub
lic school Tuesday.
Many friends and relatives of Mrs.
Percy pleasantly surprised her on
Wednesday of this week In cele"bra
tlOTi of her birthday.
Mr. Richard Zyp was knocked
down by un automobile while he was
returning from church Sunday ev.
er.lng. He was nut seriously In
jured. Wm. Wells and Samuel Van Til
attended a Farmer's meeting in Ian
slng Thursday evening.
The many friends of Mr. Olsen.
villi be grleved to learn that he Is
A number of church notices were
received too late for publication.
It has been repeatedly announced
that all church nutlces must be ta
thte office by Friday noon. Thle
give the iaator a whole week to
cat hie i.otico In.
BIB LlC QfTESTIOrTS
1 Who aald that the Joy of the
hypocrite is but for a moment?
2 In what way did Absalom 'seek
to keep his name in memory?
3 Cite the case of men being kill
ed by hailstones?
.To what profit In It that we
hide the word of God in our heats?
0 Why were the people of Israel
about to stone Joshua and Caleb,
6 At what place waa David anoin
ted to be King Saul's successor?
7 In what way shall we receive
strength for doing the will of God?
8 What qualities give stability
and strength to any people or nation?
Mrs. V. Schoon spent Wednesday
In Oak Glenn, the guest of Mrs. C.
Co-unty Supt. Condon visited the
M'jnster school on Tuesday.
ANSWERS TO LAST WEZX
1 Jacob. Gen. 25:27.
2 By its overflow rather than by
3 Tie foresees evil and hides.
The Simple pass on to hurt. ITov.
- -, u.
4 P.ather because of low stand
ards of living.
6 .That of Pavid to Ittal. See
2 Sam. 15. 13. 22.
7 He made people trust la a
lie. Jer. 3, 15. 17.
8 Jonah. Cbap. 2, 8.
BKOZT3LOB BTMIT TA. fi.
I r. Chaa. H. Leeson, Pastor.
lies. 1212 Harrison etreet.
OMo a. m. Senior and Junior Sun
i . X. Klger, Supt.
11:00 a. rn. Beginners and rri
r.iv S'lrrlav srhooi
S:3U p, tn, Kpworth League,
'ihy fc!t in tilmpty.''
fl;i)u p, m.--itpwoi ili league.
Tlia wrlU lulu Wiuoh Jaaua
p. m, Worahly and 1'ralao
"U huiice Came the Hptrltual Life?"
Com tond. wwralilp sMtii ua.
nitST EPXR.TTU AXIST tHUBCIt
l.'f V'uitL J litwililvliU, illlliold.
.Vi a. J c. I I euiaeni.
Hunduy, loc. llnli. 7: JO p. m.
K. 1.. of ei. Hail over J.iou Citore.
Good Boeaitura. Good message bear
ure. l-ui''boUy welcome,
KAzot oxz crrr mihszoh
la lsidmna avenue.
U. J. ii-liaa, J-.Yakelit.
fuum inli( bl-VV.
Go;cl ii-vico eery Thursday
anu bc;i ly evenitig. 7:45 p. n..
To!o Hunday: ' Houl Welfare."
Hunday achool (all utejj a:UU p. m.
ST. JOKW'S LUTEEBAH
W. A. Brauer, pastor. 236 Towle
lu:00 a. m. German services.
11:00 a. m. Christian Instruction.
2:00 p. m. Ladles' NAid meeting.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Advent
Thursday, 8:00 p. m. Bible itudy.
Z07-213 Sibley atreet-
Itev. J. C. Oranger. I'astor.
Itesldence. 101 Detroit si. Phone
Kunday achool at 9:46 a. m. Help
rut clasaea Tor all. Guy Cobb. Supt.
11:43 a. in. Men's Brotherhood
Class. Morse DeilPlaln. Prealdent.
11:00 a. m. Morning worehip.
Subject: "Over The Top.''
6:30 p. m. -B. Y. 1". V. meeting.
7:30 p. m. Kvening service.
7::',0 i. m. Kvening worship.
Subject: "Exciine Me."
AVednesday, 7:45 p. in. Mid-WeeU
Service, with Bible atudy led by the
Thursday, 7:30, choir rehearsal.
Thursday, 7:30 Boy Scout meet
ing. Troop One.
Tuesday evening, 7:S0 p. m. Boy
Scon t s.
'ednesday, 7:30 p. m. Prayer aer
Thursday. 6:30 to 7:30, chicken
supper. 7:30 to 9:30, church Com
Friday, 7:00 to S:30 p. m. Men's
athletics. fc;20 to 10:00 p. in., la
IXRST CBCBISTXAlf CHTXmCH
Calumet ave. and Summer blvd,
J:3i) a- m. Bible school.
10:30 a. in. Communion and ser
mon. Subject of Kermon: "Peter
and John at th Temple."
6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor.
7:30 p. m, Sermon.
Subject: "Was Jesus lvlner'
Monday. 7:45 p. m- Meeting
Tuesday, 7 Mo p. in. Big C.
Ladies' Aid Missionary Society in
Thursday, 7:45 p. in. Orchestral
7:45 Friday evening, choir rehear
sal. BOTTTH SIDE Cil.UH.CH OP CBuGLXST
Standard ave and Van Buren at
Chas. W. Starr, minister.
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
10:30 a. m. Communion and ser
mon. 7:30 p. m. Sermon.
-General Aid all day
7:45 p. m. Mid-week
7!i0 S. Hohman atreet.
Sundny morr.lng rervlce at 18:41
a. m Subject: 'God The Preserver
Testimonial meeting on Wadnaa.
day evening at 8 o'clock.
Beading room in edifice, open dally
except Sunoay and legal holidaya
from 2 to & p. m. and on Tuesday
and Friday evenlnga from 7:30 until
The public la cordially invited tc
atccr.d these servicea and, to visit
tha leading room.
aTT. PAT7I,'S X.VTSZM2T
fa Clinton at. W. K. Llchtalnn,
n:l!0 a. ni. Sunday school.
y:30 a. in. German service.
10:45 a. m. English service.
Toxt: Luke 21, 25. 36.
Monday, & p. m. Voters' assembly.
TueHday, 7:45 v. m. Junior League
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Advent
Her v Ice.
Thursday, 2.30 p. m. Ladies' Aid.
T. PAUTi'l XFZSCOPAX
Corner Hohman and Detroit ats.
Bev. peter Langendorff. Rector.
Tomorrow is the tsecond Sunday in
Advent: Services at the church:
8:00 a. m. Holy Communion.
!:30 a. m. Cliurch School services
Geo. Evans, Acting Supt.
10:45 a. m. Holy Communion and
sermon by the Bector.
Topic: "Elias, Prophet of a Buling
"flomfmber the Lord's Day to San
::r0 Slhlev st.. Hammond. Ind.
Iter. Carl Schaeffer. Phone lJJa.
9 a. m. Sunday achool.
10:15 a. m. English service.
Monday, 8 p. m. Men's meeting.
Tuesday, 7:45 p. m. Junior Y. P.
Thursday, 2 p. m. Ladies' Aid So
Corner Gostlln and Towle etraet.
Wm. N". Whear, Pastor.
93 Sheffield avenue.
9:J0 a. m. Sunday achool.
10:30 a. in. Morning Worship.
Subject: "Th, Grf-at Trut."
7:H0 p. m. Evening worship.
Subject: "A Full Program.''
fi:30 p m. Epworth League.
M.lss Brown, leader of Epworth
Monday, 7:00 p. m. Junior Citi
zens. T'l "3 A T"flO -r, TT-t "TTi' -r,m-
FTKST CH. USCS B AXAXXI7Z .
Calumet and Michigan avenue.
A. M. Wella and L. c Davis, pa-
9:45 a. m. Sunday achool.
10:45 a. m. Morning worship.
3:00 m. Inter-denominational
6:45 p. in. Young People's meett;i
7:30 p. m. Evangelistic service.
Wednesday. 7:30 p. m. Mid-week
Thursday, 2:00 p. m. Missionary
7::j(, Friday Teacher's Meeting.
Men and Boys prayer meeting.
Saturday at 7:45 p. m.
Our new church is In Its final
state of completion and we are put
ti'iK on a great revival campaign.
December l'th to 24tb. Dr. .T. K.
L. Moore. e.-pres!dcnf of Olivet
Fnivcrsity. will preach every nigb.t
at 7:30, and Kenneth and Un1e Well?
sweetest singers in Indiana. will
have charge of the music and sing
ing. If you hear them the first
night you will be sure to come every
We will have our dedicatorial ser
vicea P". 24th at 3:0o p. m. at
which time we will lay the corner
stone tid inclose a number of sac
red and particular documents. T?v.
I. Martin, noted evangelist and
son,? writer, is expected to preach In
the morning, P.ev. J. W. Short. Dis
t - i-c-1 Supriritpnder.t will preach de
d i r-'.i t ; or ;i 1 rrwxirr in aftrt'oiir atd
Dr.' J. E. I. Moore wll preach at the
evening service. This will be a feast
of good things and we cordially in
vite and issue a hearty welcome to
itev. Benjamin Rlet. Faator.
39 Hohman at. Phone S009.
&:15 a. in. Orcheatrw 1 recital.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
10:45 a. in. Morning worship.
Sermon by the pastor. Topic:
"What Jesus Would Find If He
0:30 j). m. Senior league.
6:30 j). in. Epworth league.
7:30 p. m ! Evening worship.
Joe Ball will report for the boys
who Httcnded the H. Y. convention
at Marion. Sermon by the rastor.
Monday. 7:45 p. tn. Annual Sun
day School Board Meeting.
Wednesday; 7:30 p m. Prayer
7:45 p. m. Maywood Park Prayer
meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
it. V. Haines, 94a Columbia aver.he.
T. JOHN'S XTA3T. X.T7THX&AJT
Weat Hammond. Illinois.
Klbert. Pastor. 61S W. Sibley at.
8:30 a. m. English Sunday school.
All Children weicomel
t':30 a. in. German services.
11:00 a. m. English services.
I heme Question: How are we to
prepare our hearts, for a God pleas
ing Christmas celebration?
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Advent
Come and worship with us.
Rev. Joseph Merril. the Faith
Healing Evangelist, will have charge
FX IT TE COST AT, ASSXMBXiT
749 Soh) atreet.
9:3'i a. m. Bible achooL
10:30 a. m. Special service fT
the dedication of children.
7:45 p. in. Evening service.
7:45 p. m. Thursday.
t TJtrWTTT ZSaUSB XtTTB2EBA3r
Park Place and Waltham aueet.
Rev. II .Mackensen. Paator. 1114
Harrison at.. phne 1448.
3:45 a. m. Sunday school and
1":30 a. m Morning worship.
7 4 r. n ro Kvfiipe service.
tWT. BIBZ.X STTTDEMTS ABSO.
177 Sate street, I. O. O. F. Hall.
2.00 p. m. Bible stud v.
3:00 p. m. Bible lecture.
By C. D. Nicholson. Subject: "Sa
fari's Empire Falling."
All welcome, seats free, no collec
tions. Speakers on Bible subjects and for
funerals furnished free on request.
Hohman and Highland street,
J. C. Barrett. Minister.
9:45 a. in. Bible School.
11:00 a. m. Morning worship.
6:3' p. m. Intermediate and Se
7:30 p. rn. Evening worship.
Monday afternoon and evening Lo
gansport Presbytery will meet In
this; church. In the afternoon. Dr.
Corkey. of Logansport. Dr. McClure.
of South Bend, and Mr. Stewart, of I
LaPorte will speak and in the eve
ning Dr. Shannon of the Central
church of Chicago, will be the speak
er. The public is most cordially in
vited to these service.-?.
runs stket f&esbttxbxut
Corner Pine at. and Chicago ave.
E. LeRoy Steffey. Pastor. 404 Oa
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
10:45 a. m. Public worship.
Sermon Subject: "Truth First."
6:30 p. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
7:30 p. m. Public worship.
Sermon subject: "Old Paths."
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:30
TETZ SAXYATZOZr AB2ST
2fi9 E. State st. Phone 2526. Ad
jutant May King and Lieutenant
Dorothy P.obertw. Officers in charge.
Meetings as follows
Public meetings Wednesday. Fri
day ar.d Saturday at 8 p. rn.
Holiness Meeting at 10:30 a. m,
Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Youn People's Legion at I p, a
Salvation Meeting at 8 p. m.
TVl.ls O-OSPEI. anSEIOH
2"2 Hoffman street.
10:30 a. m. Preaching.
3:00 p. m. Praise Meeting.
7:30 r. rv Preaching, Sunday,
T'iiav- nd Friday.
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FOR MONEY EARNERS AND MONEY SAVERS
Twill start you Now in;
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Our Bank extends to every man, woman and child in our city and com
munity, a special in?itation to come in and join our new CHrUSTMAS CLUB.
This is the most popular plan ever devised for having money next Christ
mas and enables those of small means, those in moderate circumstances and
also business men to lay aside money by systematic deposits each week.
'willstart yon NowmSv
f J -gSagSj OUR fjptUmaiiJ I a
Nai iiou unll have WlZ$r
fs a Sure Way to fA UE Bfoney
For A! Christmas
WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS AMOUNT TO IN 50 WEEKS
You can start with I c, 2c, 5c, 1 Oc and increase your deposit the same amount each week, or you can start with 25c, 50c, $ 1 .00, $2.00, $5.00, $ 1 0.00,
$20.00, or more and put in the same amount each week.
1 cent CLUB PAYS $12.75
2 cent club pays $25.50
5 cent club pays $63.75
cent club pays $127.5!
You begin with the largest deposit and DE
CREASE your deposits each week.
A VERY POPULAR
CUIR PAYS $12.50
CLUB PAYS $25
$10.00 CLUB PAYS
And will send
regularly on big
GET M PMSS SCQM HIMB J&m THE CLUB. EVERYBODV WELCOME
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