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Hammond Lake County Times (Newspaper) - January 7, 1913, Hammond, IndianaTHE TIMES.Tuesday, .Tan. 7. 1913. ■Mg. Ill.ljl.ipil I BIJOU TONIGHTFight -J A SVRPftlSE PARTY. A delightful party was given as a. surprise to Mrs. William Kahl at her home in Michigan avenue last Saturday evening. The party was given to celebrate her birthday anniversary and she received numerous pretty gifts in remembrance of the day. Whist was played progressively at several tables during the evening. Other contests were also enjoyed. Miss Alma Habermann entertain the guests with music until twelve o’olock when refreshments were served. The table was prettily decorated with flowers for the occasion. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brose and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zahrte and children, Mrs. Margaret Haberman. Mrs. K&tharien Klahu. Mr*. Rose Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Max Haberman and son, Mr. Wm. Haberman, Mrs. Clara Wright and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Tuttle, Mr. and Mrs. H. Flannigan, Mrs. S. Shultz, Misses Albia Haberman, Lucinda Warfield!, Irene Kahl and Messrs. Harry Kahl and Harold Brose. A CONCERT. The second entertainment in the aeries arranged by the Ladies’ Aid Society of the First Congregational church took place last evening at eight •’clock in the church auditorium in Gostlin street. The large audience was delighted with the evening's entertainment. The program consisted of tenor solos, violin and piano selections. Every member was heartily applauded and the artists responded with several encores. The talent was furnished by a Lyceum Bureau of Chicago. A home talent entertainment will be the next til the series of entertainments at the church and it will occur during the month of February. The proceeds of these concerts will be used for the lKnefit of the church. HRS, CRUMPACKER ENTERTAINS. Mrs. Fred Crumpacker gave a very pretty party at her home, 48 Warren ■treat yesterday afternoon in honor of th© members of the Embroidery Club. In company with tho members Mrs. Crumpacker entertained Mrs. Murray who came to reside In Hammond recently. It was the first meeting of the club In a number of weeks on account of the holidays and the absence of members from the city. The meeting yesterday Will open the 1918 series of parties. A very delightful afternoon was spent. Music and needle work were the diversions. A dainty luncheon was served In two courses at five •’clock. AN ALL DAY SESSION. There will be a meeting of the Deborah Society tomorrow. The members will meet for an all day session in the parlors of the First Christian church in Calumet avenue. The annual •lection of officers wtl be a feature of the afternoon. Mrs. Bydee, Mrs. LaPier, Mrs. John Grace and Mrs. Tuley will be the hostesses at the meeting. They Invite all the members of the society to attend. AX AFTERNOON PARTY. Mrs. M. J. Cameron and Mrs. William Henry will entertain the members of the Northside Ladles’ Club at the home of Mrs. Cameron, 131 Sheffield avenue Friday afternoon, January 10th. it will be a thimble party and the membc < Will bring their needle work. GENTLEMEN'S EVENING AT C LI ll. The Hammond Woman’s Club has issued invitations for "Gentlemen’s BRING IN YOUR SAFETY RAZOR blades and have them sharpened. They will be better than when new. Don’t throw your old blades away. For sharpening double-edged blades 35 cents a dozen; single edge, 25 cents a dozen; Durham Duplex and Old Jim, 50 cents a dozen. Summers’ Pharmacy, 562 Hohman st., Hammond.    31-6 SOI IA L NEUS FOR WEDNESDAY. Mrs. M. I'rlxmnu    111    entertain the members of the Jewish Ladies* Aid Society nt U cis Hall in State street U educed ay afternoon. At brr borne. IO lUnibach avenue, Mrs. Dux ss 111 he hostess to the members of the U omen's Guild of St. Paul’s Episcopal church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. ti. ti. iloutsong will have the members of the Whist Club as her guests at an afternoon party Wednesday at her home In Truman avenue. Evening" which will be observed Thursday, January 23rd at the Masonic Temple in Muenich Court. Any members who may not have received invitations are asked to notify the secretary. Mrs. J. C. Graves whose address is 122 Carroll street. A COMMITTEE MEETING. Mrs. Virgil S. Reiter opened her South Hohman street residence this afternoon for the meeting of the literature committee of the Hammond Woman’s Club. Tt will b# the first meeting in several weeks on account of the holidays and a very Interesting program has been arranged. The study subject will be "Indiana Writers." A THIMBLE PARTY. Miss Gertrude Herbst will nave the young women of the N. X. Embroidery Club as her guests at a thimble party this evening at her horn© in South Hohman street. Th© young women will bring their needle work and spend the evening socially. A pleasant afternoon will be spent by the members of the E. 8. T. Club who have been invited to meet with Mrs. Ralph Pierce at her home in Michigan avenue today. Mrs. Pierce will be hostess at a thimble party. A STUDY MEETING. Mrs. Alva A. Young will be hostess to the members of the Ideal Book Club at her home in Calumet avenue this evening. The early part of the evening will be devoted to the discussion of current magazine articles. velour hat with plumes. A reception for the immediate rela tives was held at the home of the bride’s parents immediately following the ceremony at the church. Members of the two families and the bridal party were the only guests. Masses of pretty greenery and white and yellow rose a were used in the house decorations. I The table was beautifully appointed I in the same dainty colors. After the j wedding breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Meyers left for points in the east where they will spend th* lr honeymoon. They will spend a f*w days at Buffalo and Niagara Falls after which they will go to Oswego, N. V, to be entertained at the home of relatives. A reception will he given In their honor in Oswego, where Mrs. Meyers has many friends and which was her home until she camej to Hammond eight years ago with her, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers were the recipients of many gift sin cliver, cut glass and hand painted china. The gift from the bride's parents was a check for one hundred dollars. The young people, have a large circle of friends who will extend them their best wishes for lh* future. Mr. Meyers Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Meyers. 27 State street. He received his education at the Bt. Francis Xavier high school at Merrill, WI*, lie came to Hammond with ilia parent* about eight years ago. He is assistant chief clerk to Mr. Hinehman at the i Gibson office of the C. I. & S. R. R. : Mrs. Meyers is the only daughter of Mr. J and Mrs. Joseph J. Ttahen, 318 Truman avenue. She was a student at Ail J Saints school and also attended the Hammond high school. For a number of years she has been organist at All Saints Catholic church and is an active member in the Young Ladies' Sodality of the church. The announcement of her engagement was followed with a series of pretty parties given by her, girl friends. Mr. and Mrs. Meyers will be at home j at 318 Truman avenue with Mrs. Meyer’s parents after January 15th, A GULD MEETING. A meeting of the Women's Guild of Bt. Paul's Episcopal church will take place Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Yuux, IO Rimbach avenue. The ladies of the parish are invited to attend. j evening Mr. A. <1. Heaver, principal of the West Hammond school will accompany the second year English class to see "Macbeth.” Friday evening the first year Englisii (lass wdll see “The Merchant of Venice.” Saturday afternoon I he teachers will for a theater , party and see "Romeo and Juliet.” IM VERY ILL. Miss Mary Gloeser, 771 South Hohman street submitted to a very critical operation this morning at St, Margaret’s hospital. At noon today her relatives wore given little hope for her recovery. lier sister, Mrs, Lime of Columbus. c>., was culled to Hammond last week. Miss Glosser is a sister-in-law of Mayor John D. Smalley. ENTERTAINS INFORM % LLY. Mrs. Joseph Conroy will entertain a few friends Informally at her home in Waltham street this evening. Music and cards will be features of the evening- FARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our neighbors and friends gild the C< art of Honor for the kindness and sympathy shown during tile Illness and death of our beloved husband and father. We wish to especially thank the Hey, Floyd Allen the Baptist choir for their kindness. MRS*. Cl .A RA VERMETT. GEO. VERMETT. CARL VERMETT. ARTHUR VERMETT. MKS. CHAS BARKER. Mrs. Nix Krites left today for her home in Lima, O., after a few weeks visit with relatives in Peru, Tnd., and Hammond. While in Hammond Mrs. Krites was the guest of her two sisters, Mr*. Fred Newell and Mrs. Frank Hitchcock at their home in Ogden street. John and Arthur Aussen returned to ottawa, 111., today after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Btiles and family at their home in Ogden street. Miss Lulu Kinney of Chicago came to Hammond last evening to attend the wedding of her cousin. Miss Mary Rahen and Francis A. Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Wells will arrive in Hammond today from Hanna. Ind., for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. P. A. O’Connell and Mrs. O’Connell of South Hohman st l ect. Miss Annie Basset of Rimbach avenue POSTPONE THE MEETING. The meeting of the history commit- has returned from Milan, O., where she tee of the Hammond Woman's Club spent the holidays with relatives, wiiich was announced would take place * Mrs. Evangeline Cummings formerly yesterday afternoon was postponed^*r p/.Mjjninond bel now' of HilL^ile, Wis., IWP ■Mvt_gcy- VHT HTPFI. .'Ilag    Ant S.rcffHfT' VRrtto MJP- _Fr I? Newell, plat © Monday afternoon. ,T;V..iAP*y 2C*lh 1102 Ogden street.    *     ^ "GOING TO HAIT A GOOD TIME,” SAYS BALDWIN HEIR AS SHE SPENDS MILLION Sirs. Clara Baldwin Stocker Ina left) and her daughter on Sirs. Stocker’s 101,094 private car. Mrs. Clara Baldwin Stocker of Los Angeles, one of the two heirs of the Elida Jackson ("Lucky”) Baldwin estate, who has already received approximately 51,506,000 from the estate and who is soon to receive half of the remaining $24,000,000 or so, boasts that during the past few months sh# has spent approximately $1,000,000 for "a. good time.” Among other things she has had built to order, at a coat of $40,000, a private Pullman car. The picture shows her on this car on the occasion of her recent arrival at Los Angeles from Chicago. Here are some of the other ways in which Mrs. Stocker has spent her money tq have a good time: Diamonds, in great variety of settings, $250,000; one steam yacht, $200,000; residence at Arcadia, Cal., $60,000; residence at Venice. Cal., $20,000; new wardrobe. $160,000; automobiles, $20,000; silverware, table service and various pieces, $20,000. HAMMOND—PHONE 232 NOW PLAYING La Belle Trio Wire Artists. Carroll, Keating and Dyer Two Rubes and a Girl. The Elliotts Ireland’s Sweetest Singers. Pollard Comedian and Juggler. WILL ELECT OFFICERS. The members of the Ladies’ Aid Society of the First Presbyterian church will have a social meeting at the home of Mrs. W. E. Russell in Webb street Wednesday afternoon. The election of officers for the year 1913 will be a feature of the afternoon. A BOARD MEETING. The members of the executive board of the Hammond Woman’s Club wdll meet with the president, Mrs. Richard j Winckler at her home In Mason street i Thursday afternoon at three o’clock. It will be the monthly business meeting. at the home of Mrs. M. Rothschild in Houth Hohman street. The day’s program will be in charge of Mrs. J. M. Turner. WILL MEET WRD NIBS DA I. Mrs. Pelzman wil entertain the members of the Jewish Ladies* Aid Society at Weis Hall in State street Wednesday afternoon. The usual business and social program of the club will be followed. THEATER P4RTIKS. There will be several theatre parties in Chicago this week to see Julia Marlowe and E. H. Sothern who ate playing at the Garrick theater. Thursday Miss Edna Nelson has returned from a two weeks’ visit with relatives in Florida. Dr. H. G. Merz motored to Addison, III., today for a short visit with his father. Tho Misses Mattie and Grace Pfeifer of Hinsdale. 111., and Mrs. William Wreade of Madison. Wis.. have returned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wolf at their home, 415 Truman avenue. The young women are nieces of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf. Miss Mayme Blair and Roy Blair, wTho have been the guests of their brother, John Blair, of Hammond, concluded their visit here yesterday. Miss =;—=====383=—- -............ TROUBLE FOR MILLIONAIRE SMELTER MAN IF FORMER WIFE GETS DIVORCE ANNULLED NEET IN CII I RCII PARLORS. On account of Mrs. Wilson’ illness the meeting of th** Ladies’ Aid Society of the First M. E. church will be held in the church parlors instead of at h< r home in Highland street as was announced yesterday. ANAMA ANAL DELIGHTFUL CRUISES TO THS West Indies, Panama Canal, Bermuna and the Spanish Main Leaving Nev* York by the Palatial S. S. Victoria Luise (’tom0) Jan. IR; Feb. 8; March lit Apr. iii, S. S. MOLTKE CID Jan. 23| Feb. 25; March 29, aud the S. S. CINCINNATI <‘J£) February 1st (29 Days). 16 Days...........$145    and up 21    “  $160    “    ** 28    “ ...........$175    -    - Other eruitee Around the World. Scad for Illustrated booklet. HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE 41-45 BROADWAY, N. Y., or Local Agents RAHEN-MEYERS NUPTIALS, On# of the season’s most beautiful weddings occurred this morning at All Saint's Catholic church in East Sibley street when Miss Mary Elizabeth Rahen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Rahen, 31S Truman avenue and Francis Anthony Meyers were united in marriage. The nuptial high mass was celebrated by the Rev. Father Edward F. Barrett. The ceremony was solemnized in the sanctuary. As the guests assembled Professor Schmidt who presided at the pipe organ played a program of beautiful music. He played Mendelssohn's Wedding March for both the processional and recessional. The Senior choir sang very beautifully the mass of the Immaculate Conception. The soloist was Miss Wilhelm. Tile offertory solo, "Ave Maria” w’as sung very sweetly by Mrs. M. Huber and during the ceremony Phil Connelly sang "O, Promise Me.” After the mass had been said the Children’s Choir sang a bridal anthem. Miss Lulu Kinney of Chicago, a cousin of the bride, served as maid of honor and the groom’s only attendant was Nick Connelly. Miss Kinney wore a beautiful gown of yellow satin, veiled w'tth yellow crepe meteor and lace and a large white hat. She carried an arm bouquet of LaFrance roses. The bridal gown was of white liberty satin veiled with net embroidered with rhinestone and cut steel heads and beautifully trimmed with shadow lace. She w'ore a Juliet cap from which fell a long tulle veil. Her flowers wrere brides roses and lilies of the valley. Her flowers were arranged In a shower bouquet caught with streamers of w'hite satin ribbon. The bride will travel in , a gown of gold color charmeuse satin and long white chinchilla coat. She wore a white .Sentinel—Leroy Evans. Trustee (three years)—John Keller. Delegate to advisory council — T. Heim. Ternate to advisory council—J. Blair has gone to Chicago to visit relatives before returning to the east and Mr. —his home in Pitt§~ Ass Henrietta W^'olf, 41 5^ %' .Afrue, has returned nome after visit- ! BivansT ing relatives In Hinsdale, 111. John Peterson. 446 Hoffman street, is .    —-m# reported to be quite ill at his home. j    EAST    CHYS'lAfiO. Miss Inman, a teacher in the Irving ‘ school, was able to resume her duties yesterday after a long illness. Past arc* ’’on-— v -T. F. Helm. Lodge Assemblies I.OST—On Hammond car Saturday afternoon handbag with two purses. Finder return to 3805 ivy st. Reward. Mr, and Mrs. C. K. Wallace of Beacon street returned from a visit with ( Mrs. Wallace’s relatives in Ohio Sunday, j Mrs. Wallace was gone for four weeks I and was joined there a week ago by Mr. Wallace. The regular meeting of the library The public installation of officers of board will take place tonight. Triumph Council No. ll D. of L. has' There will oe a meeting of the La-been postponed from the evening of the dies’ Aid society of the Congregational thirteenth until Monday, January 27th. ! church at the home of Mrs. 8. T. John-The usual business and social program son, on Northcote avenue. Thursda> will be followed at Monday’s meeting afternoon, Immediately after lunch, but a large attendance of the member- j Wednesday is the regular meeting day ship is desired.    ' of the society, but this week it is to be ——    I held on Thursday. At this meeting the A large attendance is desired at thai personnel of the three sections will be meeting of Progressive Court No. 166'made up. The * hatrman and assistant Tribe of Ben    Hut this    evening    In the K. of P. Hail    in    South    Hohman    street. The installation of officers will be a feature of tile meeting. An important meeting of Germania-HfbecHah Lodge will take /duce this' evening at I.    O.    O. F.    Hall in    State street. During    the evening the new j officers will be Installed. Following' the installation exercises there will be a social hour. indiana harbor. Barney (’©hen, proprietor of the Auditorium, who is dangerously sick In iii*' Michael Reese hospital, in Chicago. is reported to be a little bit better this morning. Mr. Cohen was taken to the hospital a little over two weeks ago and was operated on the first time two weeks ago last Sunday for an abscess In tile head. After the operation lie seemed to he getting along nicely for a few days and then on the following Thursday, he load another bad spell and was operatd on again on Saturday. Again lie seemed to raly, but Sunday he had another, relapse and for a tim© his life was despaired of. Yesterday a third operation was found necessary to save his life, and it was performed. Mr. Cohen's many friends are deeply grieved at his Bines* and all wish hill, a speedy recovery. The Indiana Harbor chapter of the Order of tile Eastern Star will hold a very important meeting tomorrow evening and it Mi essential that all members be present. Mrs. J. B. Burns of Hobart arrived chairman of the sections are as follows: Section A—Mrs. Harvey Phillips and Mrs. B. Hayes. Section B—Mrs. Clyde Spencer and Mrs. A. If. W. Johnson. Section C—Mrs. Gus Jacobson and Mrs C C. Sin it ii Mrs J. A. Wright of 1221 Beacon street has been suffering from an attack of tile grip. She is considerably improved, There will be a meeting of the I.ady Elks at tile lodge rooms tomorrow nigh t. The installation of officers of the Odd Fellows’ lodge will take place this evening. A full attendance is desired. Miss Cora Winters of 4736 Baring avenue, who was operated on for appendicitis last Saturday, is getting along nicely. The home economics section of the Woman's club met with Mrs. E. N. Canine last evening at her oew home, on North Magoun avenue. Owing to the inclement weather the greater number of the department were not present, but a goodly crowd came and enjoyed the evening's program. Miss Jansen favored th.* ladies with two piano selections. The leader cf the evening was Mrs. Howell, who gave a valuable paper on “Household Hygiene.” A paper on the "ideal Kitchen,” was omitted owing to the indisposition of Mrs. W. R. Diamond. A most pleasing number was the demonstration of cake baking by Mrs. Caning, who invited the ladies to the kitchen to watch the process. Mrs, Caning appeared a veritable TROUSERS FREE With Every Suit. SPECIAL REDUCTION -IN OVERCOATINGS” —SUITS TO ORDER— $15.00 STERLING WOOLEN MILLS OPPOSITE THEATER 153 State St. Hammond OREX EVENINGS SQUARE DEAL AUTOMOBILE CO. 108 FAYETTE STREET. Auto Livery DAY AND ALL NIGHT SERVICE PHONE 154 HAMMOND. COMING THURSDAY Kelly-Schuster Gaiety Combinaj~yASPE from our tion. Or. ^ Dig. PATENT YOUR IDEAS and make I yzL Money TITOUA' aF*JOSHUA R ADVICE WRITE 3 IS 9th Sc. WRiLocten, D. C #29 Chwtowt Sc, PhAMfafeUa. SEND FOS MV TUCK BOOS “HOW TO GET THEM” RMwb af AS Fe*. Atteal—*!* hearad if Yaa With, it Hat Waul ut H. POTTS U. a mkI Foreign Pet—ti a S. baarbcrn Sc Chfaajo in the delightful evening spent. The next meeting uf tills section will be decided at a later date. Mrs. Grace Guggenheim. Mr. William Guggenheim, millionaire smelter man, awaits with great anxiety the decision of a Chicago court on an action brought by his first wife, Grace Guggenheim. Mrs. Guggenheim securer! a divorce in Chicago in 3901 when, according to her story, her legal residence was In New York. At that time Guggenheim, who was apparently more anxious that the divorce be secured than she was, paid her $150,000 alimony. When Mrs. Guggenheim learned some years later that the divorce she got probably was worthless she began an action for its annulment. The decision of the Chicago court will be rendered on January ll. If the decision is adverse to Mr. Guggenheim he will in law* still be the husband of Mrs. Grace Guggenheim, although he has married again and has one child. Saturday for a few days’ visit at home adept in this line. The •acretary, of her son. Earl, 3329 Michigan avenue, j Mrs. Howard, wrote the proportions of or Council No. 219, Royal l^agueof this cake down for many of the ladies Harbor Council No 219, Royal who wished this tried and true recipe league, of Indiana Harbor had their j for a perfect white cake, w’hich was as first meeting for the New Year on j follow's:    One and a half cups granu- Friday eve, Jan. 3. 1913, al the Auditorium. E. F. Engleton of Hammond installed the following officers: Archon—L B. Fowler, Vice archon—I,. A. Wanamaker. Orator—B. F. Sol berg. Scribe—B. Maginsky. Collector—George Mirkor. Treasurer—William 8. Flynn. Guide—Elmer Johnson. Warden—Albert W. Fox. prelate—Ed. Ldndquist. lated sugar, % cup butter, well creamed; add one teaspoonful vanilla; I cup cold water and 3 cup$ of pastry flour (add alternately); reserve one-third of flour for baking pow'der; 2 teaspoonful of baking powder; add whites of four eggs, folded into batter, then well floured nut; bake In 25 minutes. Mrs, Canine served luncheon, which included the demonstrated (ake, which was a decided success. The ladies who braved the storm felt well recompensed GARY. I Thomas Lawrence was in Chicago yesterday. Attorney William Dunn was in Crown Point yesterday. Alderman T. VV. Knglehart is home ! from Saginaw, Mich. j Invitations to Mayor Knotts’ reception on Thursday night have been mailed to several thousand Gary citizens. CO! NI TRY CLI R. j Smoking or chewing. Big po ck a a** ! 5c. McHle-S. Toh. Co. anne (he tickets and sec our premium Diet.—Adv. TIMES WANT ADS SERVICE—TO IOU are for

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