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   Chicago Daily News (Newspaper) - April 10, 1923, Chicago, Illinois                               sdav. Anril in. 1923. East Chicago and the Harbor Ohurcli Revival. words tn tts or Dr. and hs UiM tlu lUkroa gTOif.es u found in Malt. llrSI md found Hi Uk ttu uiO Kitb Clirteitut. tmfwrs m- sfto can do thft must come to roust be truly converted. Aft- ft oomiQIF to the IB to most M ths Mitltsr's TUTTT re Jw- until ate trtth poir- After rwelvlntf the will to 'Oo.' Jestu Mid world urt prcuh A of the twt vtce thn mtklnp ot aeir sang Vhfatleil Uie tune and commit- ted TT-o are Iromlata B. sew eve nine. wM pi-etching BundJuy mvnlnjr of Ma plokftd key of nernujjx tnH It Inx- him Hut he cotnposeil tad It irlll be cat to muslo ind TJin Mrinon theme for tonight Tl'ay Not to iUss Hear tt. fill. Teachers Salanes to Be by Board tit noa-rlj of fhe East WO and Indtena will 'be the Board ot loraorroV -n-hen menVbera meet in regular stj. irf ttodrd expect to uwial nohe.'r'.Uft In tetohon consid wed mtrltortoua -t.1w.ie New Air Eiervice AtBANlAN PRINCESS VISITS HOME FOLKS Slirtyn lee story trick rwWinco n-nd 1 35xSf. t'ho mwitfti elde o street tioturien. an aver.ucs. at lost of Bmtl OtlMlTlah. re and tlio residence Klile pi' MeniT.ock Ijelvv ISfilli miS 136La at coat ISDLh Twin City News Notes SH.E CYJ'SV ROVBFl A Jaoltt nt Me- i on the TImr.d.r IT- April l.ih Peterson fcettlni very on O. T 146Ui anfl H. tmit W.iinien-tela tulldlnff two-Ktrry teualneita 'on wast ot Mlcli- Oiitlirle and Prlncees He Princes B Helen Viora. of the prctcndct tt' tVe Al- janlan throne hag to New York to visit her She former wife of Fran and hera a at. iTacltaon Ta In to .irons itJie north sldf. to achedule nappect ireeently ifhe 'Harbor nvtntor ways lio -bo aJblft to inako tho loop ivltttlrt ten inljiutes tlTne tlicreby c DfC nearly f curls' regular rail and automobile potnatlon nt Koiaclik brtok Hi-jnsalo-pir 24s54 on the wW. lids of be- tiveeii Hist tuid tllnd at a Ft of Koiaclk toulWlmr 0-ne-story on aldo Ivy bstwcen l nn-d H3nd streets nl n Cost or Saftlo LlllJan Rose Klntr and Anna Kec- cnturiatiK-u about forty guPsi.i at A fancy wsrli ulion-or lam Thurn- tlay evBtilnjr. nt homo on for thn benefit of' at. Mai y's f and brought a bean t if n I col Leslie n or hancl of deAerlpllon to placed In llni worst hoclh at tha ba.3iinr' ttf bo held ths Litter part tills wnitilh. TJurlner the grunea Trere parti dtia-tno1 jn bolnc awarded to the MUsea Gi-ar.o Catherine- iricit find Helen aftfcr iN'liLcn lunch scrs whteh was Joyad by a.11. VMM lAMJudtl Cm 114tore irtors and JSrtS on ihe went of street llOuti and Hist Creole nt of Peter IVoJcllc 'vjlldlnr nlorv Mx3t on 'LT.e mwlTi of IStrt 'oetween Hiim- n.nJ nrcn-uo aj. tt co.-it of 00. the younf aon and Mra. C5. Ko'lb Kith cotivnleacltie from a VISIT attack of the able lo sit la now Tirln ClUea fl-ecAdft of h lit ittifs oununHr Georte Army ISnetireen here and w well. Iincu-n luiris- to his Air from oie Front park Kt Indiaati Harbor llhe ml a of -nrlll fly .City-wide Building Boom Seen by Comm. A txulldl'nK lioom In the Cil- jtmj Indiana. .I-f.an'bior In Inevitable Tojardless the lucflliat tha construction costs tiavn ihten Increased -by recent rnen.t lit ibiulldlng1 crafts This la the prsdlt'.tm of nff 'Chicago Park Oomm. To Speak at Chamber TJrou-n. BUperlTiWndsnt of via or South jialoii at will discuss aomo ot tho recreational ot n-Weli lie ts so acquainted tontorrou- noon -when sfsalltnc fore members oC TJast OliUnffO Chamber of Coi'.imerct. Tho speaker la said to ejcop- Shis Tlicre TvlU bo general of nil comnilttocft Tusnday ti malic final arrancemtnts for to 'iclu liy Mary's railah. Itlh. SOtli. nih JBIti. nt St. Mnry'a Hall on Bfreet. Kvery momher ot the par- flh boen lo hlto thlif affair one oC tho largest ovtr held by this Tin nfnccrs. Frank J. Mrs. D. Mr.T. Joint J. tOBOthcr ivll'i i chairmen of Iho varloiis com- Mrs. o. Mis-i Tiilllnn Artlbcy. and Mr. Knlglit worktnir steadily with the co-operallon of the tntlre and nil feet that ibLs baisiar will be A ivondcrful suc- cess. Tha clvjc department of the En.3t Chicago Wotiinn'3 wilt hold Iholr rcBular inccilr.g Thursday cvuntnff In uarloi- of the Consre- catlonnl church. The procmm a.a lilted In tlio ytar ljuok car- ried oui and reports from the ftao- lutioit com ml Hue. tho school Lmird committee and tlio clialrii'inu on the I'lcIJ Day proirram ulll bo It is tho ut tho uli Hint member of U'.o merit prosttnt da ehansca aro 14 11 u mado In thn yield .Day ami K you aro Jiiivs rlvlu prlda lo conic UIEL jind' help jjut thti tiling-over. A-irari of tVu i-cslvpu uvi-r lo cllpulnt'3 uC llltlTufcL LIJ bo Of ivuinon In thu business worlil. Tlirrn otl.tr tilings ItitcreHt lu liij brouerht wlikvh you should1 bu Ihoro to vote an. i Wins Fumo Tuzy-of Melvilla nv- cniis nt a shower lam' nlffht In honor or hnr Miss Sophia of Melvilli who- will thla weak lo Mr. Thomas Uo'ehls of Lorliln. The IIQUAO very pietllly dceor- atoil In brlOal nnd a dainty t-R-o courao lunch con florvcd lit clcv. en o'clock. fourteen gruesls wore present tha bride tn bo received many btautlful giflf Miss Ruth Miller of CMcnso wan tho of Wlsa Antie oil MtlviUe avcntto. PARTHENON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY SUNDAY ORPHEUM LAST TIMES TODAY DE LUXE LAST TIMES TODAY you have a CLARK JEWEL lonpr 1-Tonry iPho of bhe intnith hfin Issued than tnrenty-Jlif- ViTmltii th-n ot ic K tsluoss and fiat permits TTBT-O la- red this building A one- fcrlck 2ai40 or. thn Bide oC Olco-tt het'.vecn nnd Hint utrftt to Kemarkable Film Scores Hit Here JAIRBAfiKS RDBII2 Mother love is wonddrtul and uaun.1V It aLronsest Iha yonbcfsi ot Uin ft la tlio ease t-he lirtbln-Tjnl -Jew el pro- dijullon n-hlch ts now being -shown rccoril'treilclng Croatia at llarlloy Lhcalor. Ir. thJs straiiec fisiil drama t'.xo molhor siic- her Uiret oilier sons nn-I licr thai llio prldo ot he.u-t iniy find Hie ha.pplne-sa that 'was nlfrt to Read These Twin City Advertisements WASSSV'S to UemoLltclilnc wltli Gold er Eilver also match colorai. Button DuttOD Cov- v stUchlne. tucking. celebrated LORAIK OVEN mauina. u-Ja HEAT you can I clo wonderfol 1. Bake wt-ry dish and duplicate each every time thereafter. j 2. .tnj-o.nc you're milea away. ro'rtijer notice. 3. Do your canning in the oven f tor and with better results than by any other method. NOTICE All Advrrdpttuentii Jn ihc fui h mi If Collide An In Indl- arut Itarbor on yostcr- dn.r ftftcriioon Ij elm-en miichltiM rlrtvsn tiy C.M. noorlcy ot CGO son strfct. r.nd of Mij Wmhiiufio'o jrtreot. Hllslit dnmausus to Uic iho flrlvora wero hurl. Sent To Farm to the charge Uitt m3 liquor n'lien in custody Ixiiils of roniiayh-anta. M-aa flncil nnd fwntencctl to ihlrly-lvo at iHe Stala tarni by JudBa yxitflrday atttrnoon. t hi Jn 11 fUd to CM to 700. Aak DI for book- let. Conn in TocUy. Boarding House Thief To itiFa offic Don't JlusJclan's Intl.. llth. 4-7-1 Rug Frunlcuro cleaned. S4 hsur service. eun ran mono H3-J. East Chicago. A. tlilor a Dumber ot mates' Lruniia at 10 1 -ChlcaBO Rvemie. Knlnsd entrance to UIB of Jolm ralaon some- time y-satcrday while he was aivity at ami his gun. Fnlison TC- liorlwl his loss lo the Ea'dt Clilaii-o lio 11 oo. Mies Sadie Joyce of 145th. lias accepted position -nil.il Inland company ot -Indiana liar or. WJ-a. Jos. tvelch. has beon visiting at tho John Drury honin on Jtdjoxiii havlne hero to attend the irendlnt ot lier Mlsa Jjorratta Keegnn to Clifford lii.it ha.3 rc- UirntJ ID htr hone In Tito. McKenna cxpecta re turn lionie ivilb. her Infiint daushtrr from Uio Jlcrcy hospital 01 Cnry. Tbo littJo bo named JIarearst I'atrlco. Tlio Daughters ot Twin City Clrcla No. will hold a tns daj'noxt Kalurday. tlio urceceils U BO Into Mary's baza.ir fund J. Dcwey. clialrlacly for nver.t. will appoint ft. substltAHe U liar for Saturday. .13 Ghe tu be Absent from ills city A aulet tjn.t very pretty iveddins w.ii solomnlLted Saturday Ms. L the TV Okott IITCIIUB. when tbclr nfkfl Mtss Williams tha ur It son anO Mrs. 'Jtubert Cjimp- of 413C Nortiicoto fivcnur. Thn ceremony of tlis Mellio- t-hurrh -H'CL3 rftad Ijy Itr. bcneatli a. larfro n-cddlne-bol of lilte roads. Ttio lirtdo n-aa very gowneJ In blue cojitgn with loy Btcr vinn of pink roscii and lilllcs Tlio ir.ald ol honor Dei of tho bride. rt canton or plnl Mary ginthor ot Grasscll Is leaving the employ of the rtoimbtlc Iron rind Steel Saturday to tako up houac liceplnif. The homo educational rncnt of the Indiana. Hni'bor 'Wo- man's will hold fail meotlns of thn vear tomarrow at o'clock pt Kath- Ulss Carolyn Au- i-oivs ot Chicago Jjandscapo Oar- give an lecture on earflen- ng for horns. Mlse Andrews ado SDoclal preparation to nt th'L tfis of our own and it ii Iho members will appreciate his fact and turn otit to tho meet- Gaa Ranges Northern Indiana Gas and Electric Company RANGE American Window Cleaning Company office building and residence win- dows wood- work and floors jani- tor service by contract. Phone 3248 60S Ind. Arre. Liable to the Pen Sieve of Ci-ntuilK AVO- tjronglu licTiiris Ivrn'ibfi Un 1'ajt ClilcujTO cilj- Miirl J'os- lenjuy afternoon on a. oha-ee of orjiLlnir n liound ovor io ilia criminal court undfrr a Ixnitl. Lndcr provisions of new Honor IITV. tlio penalty for round BuHty on this curr a iicnitentlnry tlrlv.'ard cloio friend o U-_e froom Rcrvatl as uesi out of pucnln ivftre Jfr. Mra. J. lira. KOEO and Miss Ella Tloscnborgrfr Cnicajifo and Mlsa o A xvetldlng1 dinner fol Icn-ed Dt which covers'nore lal tor twenty-four tho tjibto dorora lions were ilaffodlla and the Hvlni neeor.ttcJ -with ferns an The cmiple followlne th Inn IT for Cblcaeo n-hi-ro si-nut tbo n-tck-ond at Icavlnff tills n-.orrilng' To r.jrtafrc. they n n-oplc M-lth relatives of ttio brtdo their rel-irii tlie latter itnrt o 5 ivfolf they u-lll ho at Mrs J. P. of 141th expect to Iravo Tuesday diltiff for mfiklnc I'lc jtt this time for the ot Mr. Dowey'.i hcn.lth. Tfco D. M. Joyoa faitiUy liavo sold Uiclr tionio on avenue IP I.Tr. Norrln from and _ in. uresetit thctr home i Mrs. .Mrs. r. T In Alias. IF YOUR TROUBLE IS ELECTRICAL Take It to. WAGNER You Don't Pay for Know' HENRY WAGNER CO. 4411 Fonyth Avenue East Chicago Indiana HEAD OF SOVIETS NEAR SAY MOSCOW REPORTS MEGARO At ihc Organ Remick's Greatest Hit With HELENE CHADWICK H. B. WALTHALL TOMORROW-THURS.-FRIDAY WEDNE5.-1KURS.-FRIDAT A DRAMATIC the great hit Wincfcfll Smitli John E. ffiffifffiKfififfi Hartley Theatre S. Flrnn of I'lr rut to Mercy citerday n-liero X-rayi will be taken 10 determine na- uro of her Tilns patient lad an or Influenza a few has been ailing ovnr E innny frlenfls hopo to vcn ACQ 'icr thctn Tlie nnnaal bannuct 71 hn rlyittcuth club which held a.st evening1 In parlor oE was con- sidered a irrand Huceeaa. At MX- lllrtj'. forty-four mem- j and friends who sat down to n pleijdtd four course dur- nc wuli Miss Klloun Given as mlntrt's.1-. special wore Mr-.. Frank Ma pi as. founder of tho rlsili I unil Mlsa Jjlarg-lfct Caittnn uluh prcaldcnt. In the othtr to.tjits BU- en Iho business iiUhool leacli- ors and In fact every one cannoclcd with thi club wero toftstod.f even i dy Uump was not forgotten Somo rare talent TTIB shown tn tlic clis-ver totiits Klvon The tables ivero iiret-.tiy decortt-led Thn popular snnEB ot ihn dflj- wire rendered by Mlsa Ilelk 'Ogethiv n most dellghtdiL evcn- InE was npfltit by the ot this orfraitliilton. TODAY ANP TOMORROW AS DIFFERENT FROM THE REST AS ITS HILLS ARE FROM FIFTH IT TS not often thai draniA as un- usual aa ixmts -to this Jn story c-ost and direc- tion ii IK enlhrj.1- urso you not to no- i-j'ini' M unr of the really Ulg thfnss '.lie year on On Bunt on their Tnany friends at the o 'ius parents on Northcol n with whom they will rcsW .present. Cnmiihell 13 linown In EnHt ChlcnBu ivhcrr has spent most ijf life. ITc N truslc'i cnipToyo of tho Graver Tank Corn. His x-tfo la cquallj- null knownr havlnjr rntido her home n 1th her nr.ela arid and Monsrn.ii for a num- ber of liolcti thn re- It Information clcrli tlio Illlnaln Cell Tolc- lilione in TJast Clikngo. Mr. n.na Camubell havn mnny nho cxtcnJ hcarly Mi 9. Marlbel Storllni- Gliyott uf llili city the nf-MrJi. llsrrv Oarfleld T.-ijlttr this Clilcflffo Womaji'B oluh. nl their annual baiurui-1 In sola room of thn Hutrl EXPERT PLUMBING Service If you have repairing to- clo or arc building a new home. I solicit your plumbing business. I enjoy a patronage in this city aad the ranks of satisfied patrons is grooving everyday. Give me a lei Tile prices arc most reasonable. Fred J. Schad Coming for Three Days Starting Thursday Dollar Day Discounts AT Electric Service Station Usual discount for old batteries with thwe reductions for Dollar Day OFF 0fF OFF Discount 11-pUte battery Discount price 13-pIatc battery Discount price .12-volt battery All makes of Batteries recharged and Free battery testing and refilling with pure distilled water. Electric Service Station H. N. DURHAM 82 Douglas Street Hammond. Ind. Plumbing Heating Phone Ind. HIT. 1102J A GOOD PLACE TO EAT SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY SERVE FROM 11 TO 8 P. M. Choice of Spare Ribs and Sauer Kraut Or Beef Stew with 4Sc Pie and Included Calumet Restaurant 707 Chicago Avenue East Chicago A little iinucTiLcr wns horn lo Mf WATCH THIS SPACE BRING YCrUR WORK TO US We Guarantee All Our Shoe Repairing AND DO IT WHILE YOU WAIT Men's Half I Women's Half Soles. .8Se Men's Rubber Women's Rubber M. Prop. 232 E. State St. Ind. STANDARD OF E Type 61 is at the very height of its powers. Inten- sive concentration on 'the one car has produced im- provements and refinements which cause it to surpass even its first superb quality. Nikolai Lcnia of hii diih befart hla Premier Lenic ol the Rati sovieti it dyinjt ot icf- cotditiR Lo lo the ID rtftlit U Buehler Bros. Specials Wednesday Small Lean PORK CHOPS 16c CREAMERY BUTTER 49c Fresh Ground Hamburger. 8c Special Peaches per car lOc 573 Hohman 3t Phone 1441 6l CADILLAC LEO P. KNOERZER Phone Ham. 663 Chicago and Sheffield Hammond EIGHT-CYLINDER ENGINE Farmers Writing Pickle now Small Large per bushel......................50c Calumet Pickle Inc. 245   

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