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News and
Two recent wcUdluys of Interest
are those of Sliss Anna "Wlesa a nd
Arthur Ault, formerly of Xjivell but
now of Hammond. Mr. Ault is with
the faculty of the Technical high
school here In IUraomni Tiie wed
ding took place at the home of
Keverend J. C. I'anett on Walthani
street on the twenty-ninth or No
vember, with Ale,; RiiSnd acting as
an attendant for Mr. Ault. The
Aults will l!v0 on Pyer boulevard.
The other wedding Is that of
Robert Jr. Smith of Galesburg. Illi
nois, also on the faculty of the
Hammond Technical high school,
and Miss Mary Johnson of Iron
Mountain, Michigan. The weddlns
took place on the twenty-ninth of
November in the Fourth Presbyte
rian church of Chicago. John Tim
othy Stone officiated. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith will live in Chicago.
The Xorth PHe I-adies" Club met
with Mrs. J. w. Thompson at her
home on Eim rtreet yesterday aft
ernoon and was welcomed by both
Xfrs. Thompson and Mrs. Sullivan.
The business for the afternoon was
to elect officers and Mrs. Sullivan
was made president. Mrs. J. "VV
Thompson vice president, Mrs. O. W.
Hill financial secretary, Mrs. Law
rence recording secretary, and Mrs.
Richard Jenkins, treasurer. Mrs.
Bush had charg of the entertain
ment which followed and In the
contests Mrs. Ross Stevens and 'Mrs.
J. Murphy woa the prizes. At the
close of the afternoon lovely re
freshments suj?g?3tive of Christmas,
evert to the yule log at dessert time,
were served la the rooms of the
Thompson home, so lovely with
bright holly. Mrs. R. Jenkins will
have the ladi as her guests in
Several couples of Hammond peo
ple have planned an enjoyable thea
tre party for thi evening, when
they will go to sefl A! Jolson in his
popular "Romb"." they are Dr. and
Mrs K. U EgRers. Mr. am! Mr?.
"William 1-ove, Mr. and Mrs. "Harry
Yolin. T'r. and Mrs. .1. R. Urown, It.
and Mrs. I IT. Fox, Mr. and Mrs.
Kay Taitt. Dr. and Mrs. "W. K. Spit
ler and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wise.
Following the thtatre the crowd
v ill have dinner.
The rreshy terian church was well
fined last evening by people who
wishrd to Fi'f their friends behind
the footlights in tho role of a veri
table genius of the dramatic world.
Th Associated Concert orchestra
playefl enjoyable from seven thirty
until eight, and in between each
si-ene of the plav called "The I'ilJ
Bottle," which was indeed well re
ceived. The first scene of the play found
the college girls, Esther Cooper,
Iol.'i C'ark and Katherlne Obcrlln.
packlr.aT their belongings t" leave
school and go into tliHr vaiious
walks of life, l'.artara Ixuie, done
remarkably well by Miss Mildred
Mote, whose twenty-two relatives
have betn missionaries 1n India, Is
the popular rlrl of the school, who
has chosen interior- decorating for
her career. I'.arbara Koes to India
to visit her parent f. Dr. I-an Cyril
Bell, and Mrs. I-tne. Mrs. E. Till
man. There she is suddenly im
pressed with the fact that there Is
a big work for her there among
those ignorant deserving people. The
suffering and sorrow needlessly in
fMcted is brojplit out to her clear
ly when three natives. Harold Stout,
Bernard Gavit and Edmund Kom
berger come begging for medical at
tention, thinking that she will be
able to kelp their sick mothers and
wles at home. Time elapses and
we f.nd Barbara Lane turned doctor
with an office full of native pa
tients. The first patient, Mrs. Jno.
F. "Wilhelm came with ahes fol
lowed by Mrs. Harry Sheridan, the
second patient, who had great faith
in Dr. Barbara and her cures. The
third and fourth patients. Mrs. John
Watson and Mrs. "Win. Stout, fur
nished much amusement with their
complaints about ear aches and an
infected foot. The fifth patient,
the child wife played by Arlene Da
vis, was a revelation In that this
twelve year old child was bringing
her child for attention while btie
herself was suffering from our own
deadly influenza. Mrs. A. J. AVar
ber, one of the aristocracy, with Tier
servant, Mrs. Roscoe Smith, repre
senting the sixth and seventh pa
tient, come to brush elbows with
the Hoi Polio! . During this office
hour, the eighth patient. Miss I,iia
Repp's bursts in out of tireath with
fear and fever and the Bible Woman
who spread Joy every where, ab
ly done by Mrs. Donald Metz. care
fully 'ed her way to receive careful
attention. There was also an old
blind woman who came for help.
This part was ta'fn by Miss Ethel
Whitmire. Dr. Lane's fame had
spread so far that four more pa
tients had come from the far coun
try to consult with iier. They were
Mrs. Bernard Gavit. Lillian JChnson,
Helen Wkltsell, who all showed
their Interest In this Christian god
dess. The thirteenth patient done
by Mrs. J. T. Clark was well dona
in that she Impersonated the rather
difficult role of a very old woman
"Who came" to scek truth and light
whlch she knew Dr. Iane could give
The plav ends with appearance of
the outcast woman, Mrs. John Mc
Neill, who splendidly showed in hr
well given lines how wonderful
God's power Is to even the least of
Much credit Is due Mrs. John
Wilhelm and Mrs. Kepple who
worked so "untiringly to make this
play a euecesfi. John McNeill and
Mrs. J. C. I'arrett should also be
mentioned as splendid co-operators
in this affair.
An exhibit of Interest to those of
us who have not passed Postle
walte'a for some time is the group
of pictures n oil In Mr. 1'ostlc
waite's window by .Mrs. Erlck Lund.
These worthwhile paintings are of
our own lovely Dunes and are some
of the most worth while shown In
some time.
Max Schneider of Forsythe ave
nue, who has been in Brooklyn, New
York, for some time visiting his
mother, is expected to return to
Hammond tomorrow. Mr. Schneider
also visited New York City during
his stay.
The annual Christmas party of
the Evening Hour department of
Hammond Woman's club will bo
held at the home of Mrs. Giles War
ner, 43 Elizabeth street, on Monday
evening, December 11th. The chair
man of the evening's entertainment
is Mrs. Walter Bauer, who has ar
ranged a most interesting program.
Mrs. L. L. BombergJr will give two
groups of songs, there is to be a
Christmas story given by Mrs. Wal
ter Bauer, and the members of the
club will join in singing Christmas
carols. At the conclusion of the
evening's program, there will be
a grab bag for tha members, which
has always proven to be a most
mirthfull and entertaining event.
The assisting hostesses for the ev
ening are Mrs. Claude Palmer, Miss
Alta Adkins, Mrs. Edgar D. Crum
packer Mrs. Donald AS'. Metz. Mrs.
Herbert L. Wiihelm, Mrs. Henry
Merz. and Mrs. Kenneth Warner. It
is earnestly requested that the
members will not forget to bring
the toys which have been promised
for the children of Hammond in
stitutions. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan H. Ault of 1241
Calumet avenue are announcing the
birth of a daughter. Betty Jean,
born on Friday. December the
eighth. Mrs. Ault will be remem
bered as Miss Vera Shipley before
lier marriage. Both Mrs. Ault and
the little girl are feeling splendidly-
Occasioned by the presence of
Mrs. Frances Wagner of Chicago,
formerly of Hammond, was a splen
did dinner party with which Mrs.
Sula Graham honored her last ev
ening at her home. Dinner was serv
ed In tlii dining room made attrac
tlvo by the use uf carnations and
read and blue ribbons draped nicely.
In the evening Urn fifteen guests
who had come to be with Mrs.
Waggner enjoyed games and music.
Here is the musical program, giv
en at the M. E. church on Sunday
morning, December 10th, 1922, by
the Associated Concert orchestra,
under ttoi direction of Dr. J, AiUiur
0:15 A. M.
1. "Away Down South" by Akst.
2. "It's a Wonderful World After
All" by ElJxander.
3 "Say it" Mills.
W:50 A. M.
4. Meditation "Sweet Dreams of
Home" by Engleman.
0. "The World Is Waiting for the
Sunrise" by Scltz.
10:30 A. M.
6. Finale March "The Boomerang"
by Lithgojw.
David Chandler of Chicago, a nep
hew of Mrs. J. T. Clark, of the Ma
lestic hotel, arrived in Hammond last
evening to be the guests of Dr. -and j
Mrs. Clark for a short stay.
-non in co-operation with a local
committee of Leo Court No. 1733 of
Gary, is expected to attract a large
number of members from every
court in the county. Catholic For
esters from every cltv and township
of Lake county will participate in
the program of the day whbh will
begin with a solemn high mass at
Holy Angels church. Seventh and
Polk sts., at 10:30 a', m. About one
, hundred candidates who are to re-
erlve the initiatory ceremonies of
the otdcr during the afternoon will
attend in ft body. A sermon befit
ting the occasion will be delivered
by Munslgnor Noli of Huntington,
lnd. .
I'nullat t'liolr Tenor to SInjf
Following the mass, at 2 p. rn.
sharp, the initiatory cr-remonies of
the order will be conferred upon
the candidates at the K. of P. hall.
544 Broadway, and will be elabor
ately presented by the high court
tea tn. the personnel of w hich com
prises the highest offices of the or
der. A special feature of tha initi
atory ceremonies will be the singing
of E. Oliver Chapieau. a noted tenor I
of the celebrated Paullst choir c
Ch ica go.
Men of Hammond If Yon Are Without a Church Home Come to
Rev. J. C. Oranger Pastor Sibley Street. Just East of Oakley
The Men's Brotherhood Class Regular Church Services at
Extends Yon a Hearty Welcome 11 A .M- and ?:3. P- M-
ivlorning topic:
Morse Dell Plain, Pres. "OVER THE TOP"
Sunday School: Evening Topic:
Phone 446. 91 Stat st., Hammnod.
"We have about 100 of them
for sale. "We do Hemstitching with
gold or silver thread button holes,
buttons cornered, embroidering,
braiding, beading, tucking, fancy
stitching. 12:2:lt
Musical College.
For tb study of music Id all it
branches. Phona 1521. S-l
Daughters of Israel will give their
Sixth Annual Dance "Wednesday
evening. Pc. 13. at l.yndora hotel.
Mom.- will be furnished. lC-!-:'t
On Monday evening at eight
o'clock. December the eleventh, the
Business and I'lofeaalonal Women's
Club will havu a treat In store for
them when they will have their
meeting at Brooks House. John M.
Ilestenes will meet the guests and
see that the workings of the Brooks
Hous be shown them. For anyone
who Is not familiar with the way tt
reach Brooks House it would be wel!l
to say that one takea a south bound
car and gets off at Fields avenue.
On Thursday afternoon a number
of the friends of Mrs. L, Schaller
of Carroll .-street dropped in on, her
to pleasantly remind her of her
birthday. The time was spent
pleasantly with games and music
and at ths close of the afternoon a
three course luncheon was served
with a lovely birthday rake as an
attrcatlve feature. Mrs. Schaller
was beautifully remembered with
gifts from her Hammond friends
and the following out of (own
guests: Mrs. Dewey Templeton,
Mrs. A I Trmpleton, Mrs. Harrison
Burns. Mrs. II. Shannon, Mrs. Bea
gles all of "Whiting.
The history department of the
Hammond "Woman's Club will me"!
on Monday, at 2:C.O at the home of
The subject Is Oeorge r.ogTs Clnrw
Mrs. Henry Mueller, 40 Condlt St.,
the Hannibal of the West General
Wayne and the Indians. Tecumsoh
and tli great council. Mrs. J. M.
Harnlt Is the leader Music will b"
Christmas songs.
Hiding habit of
heavy whipcord
for winter wear
FOR C. 0. F.
The third fraternal demonstration
of Catholic Foresters of Iake coun
ty, conducted under the auspices
"f the Itkp county district associ-
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L3 'f f
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v '.-iht.
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lllahop Alerdlng to Speak
At the conclusion of the cererno
mU work a banquet will be served
in honor of the newly initiated
. members and will be open for mem
bers, their wifes or friends. Bishop
Herman J. Alerding of Ft. Wayne
diocese; Monsignor Noll of Hunt
ington. Editor of Our Sunday Visit
or; Tlios. H. Cannon of Chicago,
high chief rangfr, and Gustave
Keller of Appleton, Wis., noted fra
ternal orator and high treasurer of
the ordei, are to appear on the
speakers program, of which Hew
John B. DeVille, local energetic
pastor. Is tho Hmstmaster. The pro
gram will commence with an ad
dress of welcome by Rev. Frank J.
Chlbba. pastor of St. Luke's chu-ch
of Gary, whose efforts contributed
materially In the success of the
' ncal membership campaign. John
A. Herzog of Mishawaka. state chief
alitor. 111 follow Father Chibba
a ;th the response. "
Leo Court Doubles Membership
As a result of the present mem
bership campaign, Leo Court of Gary
has secured over sixty applications
for membership and hjas contributed
one-half o' the number of candi
hites to be initiated.
In charge of arrangements for the
:;fia!r are the following. Edward D.
liagle. Michael Muidoon. Henry M.
Ki iiman, Fred A. Kel'.man, John I'..
Monahan, Fred Schuster, rt. E. Tol
i un. John B. Kirk, Wm. O'Donnell,
i'. C. Finnerty, Father Jansen, Dr.
Leo K. Ryan. Joseph Boyle, and
ijeorge Kepshire.
The officers of the Lake county
li.strlct association follow. George
T. lianlon of Hammond, president;
J. Edward Burns of Hammond, vice
president; A. N. Witko of Gary, sec
retary, and Ed. J. Eder of Crown
'ilnt. treasurer.
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American Car and Foundry ...184
American Steel Foundry 387s
American Tel. and Tel 124 .i
Bethlehem Steel B 62,s
Colorado Fuel 2 4"s
Crucible Steel 65
Lackawanna Steel 78
Lehigh Valley 63
Miami (opper 27'
Midvale Steel 2gt4
Xorthern Baciflc 75"
Bure Oil Zi'i
Pressed Steel Car 73
Bepublic Iron and Steel 47V
Texas Co 49
C. S. Steel 103 H
Willys Overland 6
Sinclair Oil 32 Vi
WHEAT No. 2 red J1.333U: No.
2 hard $1.23; No. 1 mixed $1.22'4.
CORN No. 2 mixed 71 72 '2c;
No. 2 white 73ic; No. 2 yellow
73'iHc; No. 3 mixed 682g ;;
No. 3 white ;2fUc; No. 3 yellow
72 i?'jc; No. 4 while 70c; No. 4 yel
low 6? St 71c.
OATS No. 2 white 46'i 47"!ac;
No. 3 white 44?454:c; No. 4 white
BITTER Receipts 9.299 tubs.
Creamery extra SSic; extra firsts
5DgS4tsc; firsts 48(350c; packing
stock 34 35c.
EGGS Receipts 1.737 cases. Mis
cellaneous 46'9'50c; ordinary firsts
42C4ic; Xirats 4S Jfjrr.
chickens 17 6' 20c; springs 19c; roc
ers 13c; geese 18c; ducks ISc.
POTATOES Receipts 31 Cft
Wis. round white 7rfi8.'c; Id
rurals No. 1 $1.20; Idaho bak
$1.40; Idaho rurals $1.05.
VEAL 60 to 60 lbs. 8!g9c; 70
80 lbs. 10'tfllc; 50 to 110 lbs. 1
12c; fancy thick 13(S14c; ovcrwelJ
130 to 175 lbs,, o'J8c
HOGS Receipts 7,500. Marlf
strong. Bulk $8 . 10 8 . 4 0. Top 8
Heavy weight $8 . 20 8 . 40 ; medii
weight $8.258.45; light wet
$8.30(38.45; pigs $8.258.45.
CATTLE Receipts 1,000. Mart
steady. Beef steers, choice 8
crina tl2.S0S13.5P. medium a,
good $1012, good and choice 12
13.50. common and medium $
11.E0; butcher cattle, heifers $
10.50cows $428. bulls $3.E03'7.
SHEEP Receipts 500. MarJ
steady. Fat lambs $14. 60(315.
lambs, culls and common, fill
12.50; yearlings $11013; wsthf
$7.609.50; feeder larabs $13. 6
HOGS Receipts 6.000. Marl,
mostly 10c higher; rang $7.2;
8.25; bulk $7.?08.20.
CATTLE Receipts 400. Marl
steady; compared with & week 8
steers and butchers steady to l:
lower ;stockers and feeders atea
to strong.
ril'EEP Receipts none. Marl
mostly 6o compared with a we
The wife of Loncon's new lc
mayor. Mrs. Edward C Moore,
keenly Interested 1 nsocial and ph
anthi-ordr work.
if you ride, and who doesn't the?
days, you may appreciate a sug
pestion aa to the newest ideas in
habits. This one is Oj. a heavy
brown whipcord in a decidedly man
r.ish cut A shirt of aoft tan ill'
and s tie of dull green is worn be
neath the long, straight coat. Kieh
black boots and a variation ot the
derby hat in brown hatter's plush
completes the outfit.
"millions now living will never die." Judge Rutherford
SATAN'S wicked influence has long been felt in every part
of the world. Together with his associate devils he Incites
people to hatred, strife, murder, and Induces war and an
archy, wrecking homes and driving millions to Insanity
and suicide. atan caused the fall of man, and established
EMI'IBE. His wicked influence has over reached the denom
inational churches, causing many clergymen to forsake
God and unite with profiteers and politicians to control
mankind. But the end i3 here and his empire is
FALLING; and Christ, the rightful king, though invisible,
is beginning to reign. Hence the distress of nations, of
which Jesus spoke. These troubles will foon reach a cli
max and disappear; followed quickly by peace ami prosper
ity, as Jesus assumes control.
If you are Interested in Bible study and the fulfillment of
prophecy, yon should hear the lecture by
at 3 p.m., Sunday, December 10, 1922
Z. O. O. T. Hall, Hammond
And at 7:45 F. M. on the same date, X. O. O. T. Hall, Indiana
Harbor, Indiana
All Welcome, No Collections.
Ansplcos International Bible Stndents Association.
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Use it. Test it. And you'll buy the new Laundry Oscillator. This is the
$97.50 electric washer that's taking the city by storm. No wonder. Where
can you buy a washer with so many exclusive features at such a low price.
If you are going to get a washer be sure to try the Gainaday.
1 ri-City
AMI Tfr IH Jg, e
140 Plummer Avenue
Phone 3760
Properly niade margarin ha"? a
creamy a texture and delicate llv.
or as the product from the oi
spri: ' house and will defy t!
iaste of the epicurian. Those oi i
who realize its food value and a
familiar witix the sanitary com
tions and titter cleanlifK-ss whi;
surrounds it.; production would m
be without it. The chief different
in the rompos.ition of butter
margarin is that one contain? mv
fat and the other contains miik t;
and animal or vegetable fats or
comhination of two or more c
these fat.;.
And new for the explanation c
Mr. and Mrs. Spratt's sudden rii
to a more pror-perous fate. 1 !:
price of butter remained high whi!:
margarin ha remained cheap. T,
usinpr the latter as an eouivalen
for butter t
n c v
have been able t
Elizabeth Hallam Bohn
"Mrs. Jack Spratt cared little for fat Ito appreciate the merits cf .thi
na jack cared little tor lean. nutritious food.
I was hard on their purse
Matters daily grew worse
Till they found oleomargarine."
Never lias there been a time
when people generally have shown
greater interest in the right kinds
of food than the present. Food
faddists spring into being daily. It
is no longer unusual to sec inter
esting posters in public places an
nouncing such sentiments as the
following: "App- Week" "Eat
an Apple a Day" "Cereals for
Calories"' "Have you had your
fuel today, remember that every
two drops of fat make a calorie."
It is probably safe to say even
with this growing interest in the
food problem that the majority of
consumers buy their food with ref-
j crence to palate rather than with
I any definite idea as to its nutritive
I value. If we were more willing to
I accept the scientific findings of nu
j trition experts, we would save both
our digesticn and our dollars.
Tlistorv shows that there have
neen fashions in the use of edible
'ats just a; there have been
.hartges in the mode of dress. Tn
the old Roman days vegetable O'ls
.vere prired for food and butter
i-a used for cosmetics.
Until recently the people of this
ountry obtained their fats, a? fats,
ilmcst exclusively from cattle,
hegs, and rhecp in the form of
bt'ttcr, lard and "drippings." Olive
oil and coccanut have been com
mon foodstuffs for centuries in
many countries of the old world.
Cottonseed oil, peanut oil and corn
oil have recntly become common
articles of food in this country.
boh a; cooking fats and as salad
One of the most remarkable re
sults of scientific investigation ha
been the cliscovcrv f m.irparin a
combination of edible fats and pas
turir''d whole milk, skim milk or
As soon as In- public imrie?--;l?nds
that marg.irin gets its flav
or from churninc fats and oils with
rip-ned milk or cream, it will begin
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keep well and happv, as wcl! a
conserve their family income. 1:
deed, through the efforts of scien.c
in developing this valuable food f.
--margarin the Spratt family ha
its full share of fat calories.
Quite recentlv a well known tin;
versity, in it; Ford and Cooker.
Department, conducted rather ell ji
borate experiments on the uses c '
Fats and Oils. The laboratory tests
cnovved tn at Oleomargarine proper
ly niade could be used for the same
purpose as butter, in all sorts of
cookery, especially cakes, and that
it was difficult to detect even m
mildly seasoned sauce-. One of the
characteristics of a good rake is
tenderne -s. Every hou-rwi fe kr.ows
that the tenderness and fine tex
ture of cake is the result of thor
oughly nixing the ingredients, bv.t
how few of us reali'e that the fin
ished product is also influenced
qt'ite. as much by the shortening
used in the recipe.
In making your Chr:sf;nas cakes
this year, remember that a pound
of olromarra'-ine i- equal to a
pound of butter; it takes tfr-ee level
teaspoon !o make a tablespoon
and sixteen level tablespoons to
equal one cup.
Our 1923 Christmas Savings
Club Now You Will find it a
$ .25 club will pay you $ 12.50 plus interest
$ .50 club will pay you $ 25.00 plus interest
$1.00 club will pay you $ 50.00 plus interest
$2.00 club will pay you $100.00 plus interest
$5.00 club will pay you $250.00 plus interest
Dont Put Off This
Matter ACT
The Christmas Savings Club has been tried and found successful by tens of thousands of peo
pie in this country. It offers you the easiest and best possible way to SAVE MONEY. It gives
you ALL THE MONEY YOU NEED at the very time you want it the mot. Try out this plan
during 1923. It will prove the best thing you ever did.
Coryrijht 1?U. ly H:n- r.Jak-ra Educational Serrlc .
American Ti
ust & Savings Bank
The Bank That Service Built
1S7 State Street, near Post Office
A. J. Swanson, Pre.
H. 0. RsUsijj, Secy, and Trea.
Daniel Brown, V. Pre.
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