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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Wednesday, June 27, 1906 O o IT j-Tf ITh TT" h 1 R E o o o Insurance and Real Estate TP1; " 1 f rani r .nammon Room 1 Tapper Block Telephones: Office 62, House 1072. YOU Will Miss It! , : If yon try to get along 5 this winter without the y f - ibr-1 proper kind of coal. : w ' il.,.. Voar in mind that the best is the cheapest in the end. We sell the best coal that money can buy, but we charg8 no more for it than you will have to pay for an lufersor article BecKman, Klatt (El Co. COAL. - FEED. ' BUILDIND MATERIAL TELEPHONE 49. " 30 INDIANA AVE. - LftCKFulCWQlO J) Avon norP on or liver has r;o EQUAL, Received Gold Medal award at the Louisana Pnrchase Exposition If you are in need of a GOOD Typewriter call on the local agent. 1 . J. FLOYD IRISH, 102 First National Bank Building Chung Kee Lo CHINESE CHOP SUEY -AND- Bmerican IReetaurant OPEN AT- 91 State Street, Sat March ioth. MEALS 25c Tables for Private Parties. EST Also dealer in Chinese and Japanese Goods . l(n '7 n "PORK BARREL' ROLLS Telegraph News by Direct Wire from All Over Indian Only One Representative Makes an Effort to Jeer It on Its Passage. SAYS THERE'S SO USE TO KICK Contains the Prizes for Thosa Who : Have Been Good, He Says. Indianapolis, June 27. The prosecu tion of the dealers in bad meat ordered by Judge Fremont Alford, of tbe crim inal court, has beeu begun by Couuty Prosecutor Benedict, and affidavits of information against five of the twenty eight dealers, who are said by State Chemist Baruard and Dr. J. X. Ilurty, secretary of the state board of health, to be guilty of gross violations of the pure food laws laws, have been filed in tbe crimnal court. Defendants Names Withheld. j The violators are each liable, on con- j viction, to terms of imprisonment in tho county jail not to exceed six ' months. The five men against whom affidavits were filed, and whose names were withheld by the prosecutor for the reason that they have not yet been arrested, are charged on three counts with violations of the statute uuder which the affidavits were made. The affidavits to be filed against other dealers next week will be similarly drawn. Will Have a Run for Their .Money. If the accused dealers are found guilty under each count they may be imprisoned for a term not longer than six monhts and fined not to exceed $700 or they may be fined and not im prisoned. Prosecutor Benedict wouU not say that he believed the dealers would be convicted on each of the three counts, but said, that the ac cused men would get "a run for their money." That Visit to Kingan's. Of his visit to Kingan's packing plant Dr. Ilurty said: "So far as we went and saw conditions ar all right. We found nothing there but wtat is necessarily found in any slaughter house, and there are many improve ments that have been made In the last few months that put the plant in good shape. Some mouths ago Mr. Barnard, chemist of the board, made a thorough iusjxH?tion of the entire plant, and made suggestions as to changes and improvements. These suggestions have all been followed, and have produced good results." WHOLE FAMILY DOING TIME Husband,' Wife and Three Sons Sent to the Penitentiary for Murder. Evansville, Ind., June 27. An entire family, consisting of Jonah Williams, his wife and three sons, are now serv ing time for themurder of James Leigh at Boonville, Ind., last January. Wil liams received a life sentence Monday. IIU wife was sent to the penitentiary for ninety-nine years last Saturday. One of the sons' received a like sen tence at the same time and the other two sons were sent to a reformatory shortly after Williams'; trial began on the charge of being an accomplice of his wife in the killing of Leigh. Predicts Its Enthusiastic Approval and His Prophecy Is Vindicated Congress Must Finish Its Work, Says Cannon. them to the uses for which designed. This explanation and instruction of the ' use of articles made in Indtn and shipped here is the only service Win ters is to perform in this country in this connection. Senate and Honse in Drief. Washington, June 27. After two or three more. speeches on the confir mee rejKrt ou the railroad rate bill the senate sent the bill back to con ference again. The naval appropria tion bill wa finally passed. There was a long debate on the pine line and anti-pass provisions of the rate bill. A conference committee was appointed on the immigration bill, and an execu tive session was held. The house passed the "omnibus" public buildinz bill, tarrying $21. (. -(XX"), and then twk up the last supply bill the general deficiency which was pending nt adjournment. A night session was held, devoted to campaign thunder manufacture. - The g ammond Distilling Co. Washington. June 27. The "pork barrel," as the so-called omnibus pub- lie building bill is generally called, was rolled into the house by Dalzell, who reiwted a broad and comprehen sive rule for its consideration. The rule provided that while the considera tion of the bill should be the same as under suspension of the rules its pas sage shall rest on a vote of the ma jority, instead Py a two-thirds vote. To be consistc-rt Williams, the leader of the minority, called for a division, and by the overwhelming vote of 1U3 to 21 the previous question was or dered. The rule was then adopted and debate was begun. The bill carries 121,000,000. Fitzgerald Is Semi-Serious. Fitzgerald of New York, in a semi- serious way, but with considerable feel ing, said that it was futile to delay or defeat the passage of the bill. He likened the house to a school just closing, and following the universal practice throughout the country at commencement time "This great school is alxmt to distribute Its premiums," he said. "This bill," he added, "illus trates as well as anything I have ever seen the truth of the statement of the cohesive power of public plunder." Dead Sure to GoThrough. Then in a satirical way the gentle man from New York said that mem bers on examining the omnibus pub lic building bill could ascertain wheth er their conduct during their school term had been such as to have gained the approbation of the authorities, "the professors," and to know whether they were among the bad boys of the house. "I know, Mr. Speaker, that there is no power in heaven or on earth that will stop the passage of this bill," re marked Fitzgerald which statement was greeted with applause. "The unanimity, not to ?ay the enthusiasm, with which this bill has been brought into the house and is being urged to its passage is the best evidence that the committee has Rt least, in the dis tribution of the money, been able to please a great majority of the house." Prolonged applause. 'Fitz" Was a True Prophet. The bill was then put upon its pas sage, and amid loud applause the speaker, an hour from the time the rule was reported, announced that the seal of the house had been put upon the measure and it was started on its way to the other side of the Capitol. Union That Doesn't Unite. Petersburg, Ind.. June 27. A meet ing was held at the Cumberland Pits byterian church here to effect a union of tbe local Presbyterian and Cumber land Presbyterian churches. After many speeches were made on both sides the meeting broke up in disor der, and much bad feeling was mani fested. Many of the Cumberland Pres byterians say they will not abide by the decision of the general assembly held recently at Decntur, 111., and that they will hold the church property and appeal to the courts. Half Holiday on Saturday. Washington, June 27. Saturday ; half holidays during the months of July, August and September have been i grunted by President Roosevelt to skilled mechanics and laborers, and to i all employes in the classified service at navy yards and naval stations of the United States, and to the govm- ment printing office employes. It is j stipulated that when an employe works more than four hours on Saturday J during the half holiday priod he is to ' be paid a bonus of T0 per cent, of his regular wages, and no more. j LaFollette Couldn't Get Action. Washington, June 27. IcFollette made a determined effort in the sen ate to secure consideration of the bill limiting to sixteen hours the time dur ing which railroad employes connect ed with the operations of trains may be kept on duty. He got it up after some trouble, but it had not beeu passed at adjournment Demand of the J. O. U. A. M. Washington, June 27. Foraker read a telegram in the senate from the Junior (). U. A. M., demanding that he exert himself to "see that the immi gration legislation is shaped in accord ance with the principles of this or der." He said he had received hun dreds of messages of similar purport. Time in Transit for Stock. Washington, June 27. The house has passed the senate bill which re peals the so-called twenty-eight-hour law by fixing the maximum of time in transit for stock nt thirty -six hours, upon the written request of the owner or person in charge of the particular shipment. Gen. Baldwin Ketired. Washington, June 27. Brigadier General Frank D. Baldwin, command ing the southwestern military division, las been placed on the retired list by operation of the law on account of age. FIAT OF HOUSE LEADERS Distillers of Hammond Bourbon Hammond Sourmash Hammond Rye Malt Gin Hammond Dry Gin Cologne Spirits ' Refined Alcohol Daily Capacity, 25.000 Gallons J 9 B Sibley St. & Erie Tracks. Phone 37, Much Iieasingof Oil La nils. Petersburg, Ind., June 27. The Yin cennes Home Oil and Gas company and the Pittsburg Oil company sup- 1 posed to belong to the Standard I are leasing large tracts between this ! place and the state line, in the direc- i tion of Robinson, 111. Oil has been J flowing, with salt water, from many j abandoned gas wells in this county. No Adjournment Until Congress Has Completed Its Job. Washington, June 27. Congress will stay in session until its work is fin ished. This is the dictum of Speaker Cannon and his lieutenants, and is be ing emphasized at this time to counter act any impression that the pure food bill, at least, might go over until the next session. There is also trouble on the meat inspection bill and the "tie up" on the railroad rate bill indicates delay. The immigration bill is also in conference, as are several of the appro priation bills. All of these things must be worked out without any date of ad journmeut being set, according to the decision of the house leaders. The meat inspection amendment to the agricultural bill probably will be returned to the senate and house in disagreement. The conferrees twice had It under discussion and the lndica tions are that the differences in regard to the payment for insjection by the packers or by the government, or whether the date of inspection must be placed on cans of meat, are irreconcila ble. A complete agreement was reached on all other matters in the bill. Says That When He Is in the White House Everything Will Be Serene. New Haven, Conn., June 27. Jus tice Brewer, of the United States su preme court, was one of the speakers at the Yale Alumni meeting, and re ferred to Secretary Taft, as a man who had safely guided the country through the intricacies of the Philip pine situation and was at present car rying on successfully the great canal problem, and predicted that "he w-ould arry to the presidency the same strength of character he has shown n dealing with the other problems." "And when he is in the White House," said Justice Brewer, amid great applause. "I hope, and I know he will put into his administration those same high principles taught by Y'ale which he is already showing in his public life." NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE He Is Suing the U. 31. W. Petersburg. Ind.. June 27. Salem McClellan. a miner, near Wnslow. this county, has filed suit for $10,000 dam Dr. and Mrs. Gay lord M. Brown and ages against the Littles local United Mine Workers, alleging that the de fendants had wrongfully expelled him from the order, and at divers times had caused his discharge. - Folice Charged with Graft. Frankfort, Ind.. June 27. The members of the city council, constitut ing a board of public safety, has be gun bearing testimony in the investiga tion of the charges that the city police Lave accepted bribes from "saloons and gambling houses for permission to keep their places of business open in defiance 6f the law. AS TO THAT LONDON TAILOR Christian Endeavorers in Council. Anderson. Ind., June 27. The nine teenth annual convention of the Indi ana Christian Endeavor Union opened in this city. Besides its regular pro gramme, the union will celebrate th twenty-fifth anniversary ol the found, iag of the society. War Department Explains Why He Is Coming Over Here. W ashington, June 27. In reply to one of the labor organizations which protested that the "importation" of George Y. Winters, an English tailor, by the war department to bring the uniforms of the United States army ui to the English standard in the mat ter of "smartness" and "jauntiness." was a violation of the contract labor law. Acting Secretary Oliver has ad dressed a letter in which he says that Winters is only to revise and modify the patterns by which the clothing is cut, with the idea of improving the set of the garments and introducing into their general appearance a more dis tinctively military effect. Winters was to send the completed samples and patterns to this country and himself to follow in order to per scmally make an explanation or give n.ny instructions to the foreman cutter at the Philadelphia depot, necessary to a complete understanding of the patterns and intelligent application of BREWER NOMINATES TAFT There were 20.427 printing and pub lishing establishments in the United States in 1!M, an increase of IS per cent, over 1900. State bank examiners from many states throughout the country are at tending the annual convention of the National Association of Supervisors of State Banks at Milwaukee. The Russian imperial family is plan ning a summer cruise in the Finnish archipelago. . . Mrs. Roosevelt has arrived at Oyptcr Bay for the summer. Representative Littlefield has been renominated at the Maine Republican Second district convention. All but $2,200 of the $500,000 addi tional endowment and equipment fund has been raised for Obeilin college. It has been decided to appoint a British royal commission to investi gate congested districts and other Irish affairs. At the twelfth annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Bar association at Bedford Secretary of War William II. Taft was the speaker of the evening. Refugees from Guatemala report that the government, has imprisoned some forty prominent citizens under suspicion of sympathy with the revo lutionists. Nearly 500 delegates attended the opening session of the second annual convention of the National Interstate Telephone association at Chicago. The Fulajane (Philippine island) leaders. Quientin and Adva. have sur rendered to Governor Osmena and the constabulary. It is said that the National Juvenile Improvement association has declined $C,(00.000 of Rockefeller's money be cause, it is alleged, it is "tainted." The A. O. U. W. will asssess each member 10 cents a month, until its books balance. AVAANXI.TY Savej m 31 ON ALL POINTS CoOrC-v OU)CK s Hi ft You simply CANNOT have Ideal cookery without It You CAN have it, with it. SAIKRLSS ON EXHIBITION AT THE OFFICE. South Shore Gas & Electric Co. Phone IO 147 So. Hohman St t the ends el your fingers That's where your infor mation is if you have a Superior Price Book j , , -fin.-' 7rT' , 1 ; ; - 1 n t" Any size you want for pocket or desk use If your papers get misplaced use a Clip Binder They are only 80c each. Ask to see the price books. We are glad to show them. THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Office in Hammond Building Harvard Dentists Hamviond's Largest Dental Office S. W. Cor. Hohman and State Sts., Hammond, Ind. BEST WORK AT REASOHABLE PRICES. Whv Go To Cbicajro, Our Prices Compete with Chicago Prices. EXTRACTION. f F D F F CLEANING, I If EXAMINATION, j 1 -"- When work is ordered OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAY. Lady Attendant. Phone 2923 GROWTH EE McHIE HALL Coolest place in Hamir.osd. Fully equipped with electric fans. ROLLER SKATING Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Fri day, Saturday and Sunday evenings. D. P. Pugh's Brass Band Saturday Night. Admission to ladies free. Use of check room free. Use of skates 15c. Gentleman's admission 20c. DANCING Monday evening fro an 8:30 to 11:30 Music by Barcie Young's orchestra. Ladies free. Check room free. Gen tlemen 35c. Steady, Stong and Significant is the increase in the Chi cago Telephone Company's Patronage. IS YOUR NAME WRITTEN HERE? New Subscribers: Law Robt Gromann R S Hammond Pore Ice Co. Miller E J Ahlbom Wm Murray Ames N W Car & Locom. Co Orosolini"& Priorini Village of Lansing Daugherty Lewig L Mary Mrs C Roberts Robt O Beser H M Indiana Harbor R R Co Lewis jVm C McConnell II A Ackermann 31 Over 1200 residents near Chicago, ordered Chicago telephones lastmonth. Ycu need one. TALK IT OVER WITH TOUR3ELP CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO. Service that Satisfied. No. 2044. No. 15G3, No. 144, No. 2033, No. 2C84. No. SGC2, No. 811. No. 391, No. 2S77, No- 2041, No. 1252, No. 2173, No. 1232, No. 145, No. S675, No. 1504, No. 4u03. V.