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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
MONDAY. JULY 2. WOG
. ITHO LAUO 'COUNTY' TIMES
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AN EVENING NEWSPAPER PtlD-ju
iJivHED ,f!Y T ; I 11 LAKH COUNTY
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Th.. t ii. t 1h - tPo:ni;r:-r, with a bnita!
Not 1r Jtomz-'n pn!ftTa,lan popular;
Xor rrsrl: rut!.;j th.it rot!t:l si .ml (lag
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Kor l,on.b-u liimn of ;-Mtnrnt' sin LeJor.s
i-'i'c'i !'!:;:;::' '-li:il- '!. piti-iOa1 ruf"
TIimv . U ir th'-ir hu.hy raiittcriutTS wo
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Tha vf:c(i of ilo l affri-Th:in r t:.s alonff.
D'Hfii !:. -y cm I.nv a.:! lrn;.? Pt.-imia ;
Th ho:r:r- it loves ar;l cPJldreu at tha
Iti i ira't it e.-irn.';; Its l;t3 can rpnk In
ThoiH-Jt rrrr 0:1 and prlito oft bind Its rdc-'Jt
J tru.it the cor.rcltr.ee of humanity
co i'rfifilom wiJeri i;i the pcopl-y.s care.
Percy SUckney Grant,
' Tllhl. inmabas of tho Siato Re
fnrnmtory cat. out a weekly edition
cf a bright "jaarhling journal call-ad
tilt Roiled or, the.'l ypographical work
being doue by the convicts them
selves.. This week the edition comes
out in the national colors- white
book paper -red headings and blur
body type. It is a copy of which
superintendent Whittaker and the
the "typos" may well be proud.
RRPlblDIlXT RCt)"l; V11LT is on-Jeavoi-;;r-
to su'compH-iH by the
, u-drT'able means of the ballot box
and courts, what the -people might
attempt to accomplish in a few years
more by a revolution to overthrow
Die powerful and law breaking com
binations of capital. President
Roosevelt has undertaken a tremend
ous task, but lie is the man to do it.
I be'teve the people will give him
an extension of time. Vill'mm I,.
Ward, Republican national commit
teeman from New York, who favors
Roosevelt's nomination in HoJS.
OUT .OF. .the thirty-four entries in
the big Marathon, rare at Chicago
last Saturday, only fouttrrn of the
young mou .m in at the finiih. the
remain. !o babtg miaH-e to t-nduro
the t wrible it ruin ?- the twenty-five,
mile rtt a. Thi? do. s t:oL a rgur t ha t
the Idarathaa rarr -hrubt not be run
at ail., but an avly thai it should not
be r-tri in Ch isa a . with the runners
!'.; -Ps 1 frrm tar . P '.a . where train
ing the mind, ami. from the city
where cam in " a livina are place!
foremost, and training of the body
for emluanro is : rare -y ever thought
of. Sherringtc.-t of H.aaihon, Oa
tario, who woa tar Mara.lhou race
n moath ago in Greece, was oaly one
of a party cf ov.jg Ilamib.on fd
lows who mala the praefRe cf run-
,0.,.. t, tC r,..t-r'.-
around the bay at 1! a mil ton i ery
Sat! d by. mK-;u:.g. iv t u r :. in g ia tima
for fhuiv'a, 1'at t'a-:a puay. citv
hols no ' : t:r,y P:i ;;- thi
v . v-.hh . '.".. .': .- :' - id ra A. A.
V. should hereafter thoroughly ex-
una every appiaaurt
run. and cull out cvvry man vho-e
.constitution and i h; -ami t--.d-r.iag
has not made him lit fur the terrible
One rf the leading caterers ef the
city recently complained of the 'im
possibility of securing any of the less
frequently 'used rielncacics that are
so necessary .-for a well balanced bill
of fare in the better eating houses in
the city. If tho restaurant proprie
tor should receive an order in which
consomme a la royal, lobster salad.
mushrooms in butter, black bass,
stgtahs, and a few other of the gour
man's favorites were called for, he
vrou u certatniy re up against, it. n i :
is immibl? to buy water cress.! Charles Rife of Hamilton, Ohio,
shrdm-.s, .Pro:: k gs. r of any kind ! is the guest of Judge and Mrs. Geo.
or oysters vpP at mung to Chicago pY. Jones. . his uncle and aunt, of
for thari. j Fishrup avenue, for a few days. Mr.
And so tho. complaint is made that I Rife, has just completed a technical
our merchants are not suplying a S course at the Ohio. State .University.,,
real demand. Of course, it would not
lie feu. able or advisaaielifer nnv one
to keep these things in stock allicaga.
-o- . - ,
(tUc time, but a is possible for a
merchant to get such dainties once in
while and make a specialty of
1 supiyirtg th'e market with this class
:T goods.-, if crjo our; enterprising (.;: s Kanians are fined for living in
depigment stores wr".;i put iB'a'dHthe west. That's nothing. Here
j partmcr.t in whkh fresh vegetables, j
fi-li fit nil kinds evmy day in the
v'ek, gam-:-, poultry, oy.st.--rs, fruits.
berries and such things were told, it
would be a hv- draw is : catd Tor the
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.wfw w wa a a -aiw .
thirst lucre s a
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"'''i ' Pan -'- taey serva j
aaata the .-'.ate L.i5?. j
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j It ra c-'-.:ary w wnl run a Fpeeiai
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; ;au:i"a of : a- i, ys who wtre hurt on 1
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i the. uav p'.tor--. nd aio oi these who j
.' ; e ao awrui
' will, how- i
;vcr, not 1 1 y to trive t!ie names of
hill thoae who say thit they are tired.
i The Demoeiatic
i u re ai Ciuu !
will ride on the sta.u.mr Roosevelt to
Michiaaa City July il. Kvery
Democrat fiats into liryan's wagon,
but of course, its- 'different with Urn
When she City of Traver.-e under
command of Admiral Hud White and
the John Sterling commanded by
Admiral Teams hookup "in a dru
pe rate naval battle, il is hoped by
certain persons that i'ae engagement
will take place dose enough to the
ladianan .shore so as it can be seen
without a tf lescooe.
There were signs on the streets
last, night vhhrh might be taken to
.indicate that there were a fevr wet
spots in thi-5 trinity yesterday.
Threr seems to be no kick on the
Queen of Norway, ' notwithstanding
the fact, that her name is Maud.
rrosecuting Attorney Dave Iloohe
is all to the Jeffersonian simplicity
when lie is stripped for action out
side of t lie court room. "When legal
cares press lightly upon him these
days he puts in his leisure time try
ing to make several blades of grass
grow where none grew before on a
prospaetive lawn lying about and ad
jacent to his new residence in May
street. Yv'hcn he bends in his
"puttering about." costume one
would sat -.-poet him of any industrial
crime in the" calendar except prac
He was yellow mud to the fetlocks
and murky grease to the bared el
bows; he was clad in blue denim
overalls, a cap that was strictly on
tho bum and two day's growth of
beard v.-hen a reporter for a Chi
cago paper in sea re n ot aometnmg
he had in his mind to point a moral
or adorn a tale accosted him about
a, block from his residence a morning
or two ago.
"faty, old man," said the reporter,
"can you tell me where States Attor
ney Doone livts?"
"I think he lives in that house
pander," answered Doone, pointing
"What kind of a guy is he?"
"Oh, 1 doa't know. lie's all tight
I guess. It . depends ou how you
tackle, him. What did you want to
roe him about?"
The reporter waved bis hand as
much as to say, "I don't see what
difference that, makes to you," and
stepped oil briskly in the direction
of tar house, lie had proceeded
about a dozen yards when Idoone
ealhsl to him:
"tlay, young tnan, if you want to
ao Mr. la
one. you are waging time
r mar ,: t .
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o do yau think I can
''Here." amwer-d Hoore. laying
i -.a 1 firrcer on a soiled . '.:c- u.
lae re; "'tar vai-t a er c rr r prehetis
jve clanee a; the mahe up and ex
claimed, "Well. I'll be ."
Wm. A. Cnais. master- mechanic
of the Standard Oil Ca's. rtammp at
Wiiiting. is in Cleveland, Ohio. I
whence he was callc-i by tb? dea'.h j
of his brother.
Mrs. F. N. Gavit. with h;r son Al.
r Saginaw. Mkh. to spend
a couple of wee
The old' hotel and saloon at the j
corr.er of Indiana boulevard and j
HPth stieet, is soon to be reopened
under the- i mangaement of Otto
Bauer of South Chicago.
is ic3 lane a j
a position with the
Western Electric company of Chi-
WITH THE EDITORS.
A very vigorous kick has been 're
corded by Wiliaia Allen. White. He
tr. Indiana we're fined for living: at
it a'i. -And even after we're dead
the corah trust takes a parting shot
ni us. Indianapolis Independent
in the midst of the disclosures of j
j 'it corporate greed, lawlessness and
corruption which are shocking the
raldic it should not be forgotten that
Thomas W. Lawson v;as the John the
baptist of the new dispensation. He
irmiy not have 'dived on locusts and
j '.vild honey," but he was a '"voice
ing in isne A-iiaerness wnere tor
long time there seemed to be no
;nc to hear. His predictions have-
however, been mostlj fulfilled and
his exposures of corporate wavs
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. i at n'.-it (uti iv iiii'i i ticks mat v. erei
not vain tric.tstars have been more
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tnan verified. fcouth Bend Times.
0. II. Champion Co. Susy.
This; pip Inuv SO'i;nn frit- flic C
tv. Champion Machinery Company. A
carload of potato planters were put
up this morning for an eastern con
signment. George Knoezer and Ray
Cross went to South Holland, Mich.,
this morning to demonstrate the
planter and sprinkler, and at the
an e time to take orders for the
same. Otto and Leo, Knoezer went
to West Pullman today on business
maters for the firm.
NEW SUMMER CARS.
1 aCianapolis has new summer cars
with the steps about as high as the
Conkey avenue cars and this warn
ing has been issued:
"Women are warned to keep their
mouth shut when boarding the new
summer cars. In gaining a loot
hold on the high running board they
are liable to strike their chfn with
their, knee and cut off their tongue,
and a woman without a tongue is in
an awful bad fix.
MATERIAL IN HIGH SCHOOL
FOR WINNING TRACK MEET.
Although the School Loses Many
Stars by Graduation, There is Still
Ivluch Good Material to Form Neu
cleous for a Well Balanced Team.
When Blair, Bellman and Rohde
were graduated from the high school
this spring it looked as though the
hopes for a good track team next
year were pretty slim. Since then,
however, an inventory of the mate
rial on hand has been made and as
a result the outlook is very much
brighter than it was.
There is Summers who has just
done himself proud by winning the
mih: race at the A. A. U. meet at
Chi?ago yesterday, who will be in
chool for three years more and will
be a formidable man to defeat in all
of tho long distance events.
Punter, in the sprints, showed
good form this year and with prac
tice will prove to be a good man in
these events. Another claimant to
honors in the dashes is Hansen, who
demonstrated this year that with
prooer training he could go some.
Pa the weights Bauer is a comer.
He h good strong frame and with
consistent training, ought to repre
sent hia school creditably in these
I ei imam's place in the high jump
and the hurdles will be taken by
Ciliott who may prove his equal
win n he has had more experience
grid develops physically as he surely
vill do as he gets older.
The discus which has become one
of the popular events in high schooH
track meets, will be placed in 'the
rusrody of ; Muchler and Stevens
a iOt anil DUHQ V OUr
yourself. We Joan the money to build and
build vour house for vou.
For an outing go to
If vour appetite is poor our
FISH, FROG AND CHICKEN DINNERS
will appeal to you.
DANCING every Saturday and Sundav
Exceptional facilities for banquets," balls and private parties.
To make arrangements telephone WHITING, 4.
who it is hoped will develop into ex
perts along this line. ,
. ; :Ever6;is gritty track niaii whose
favorite events are the quarter a&d 1-
the half. He will work to develop ;
wind and may be relied upon to win -
points in Lis ?vtni&. when he set? J
into the irtoper toim. j
With all this material and that ;
which may com? in next fall, it loops i
a? though there would be a well bal- ;
anced team at least.
SENECAS ARE' VANQUISHED.
tiame tne tasiesx JLver seen on
Tield White Stars at Short. low-;
ler Makes a Sensational Running I
Catch that Brings the Fans to '
Their Feet. Donohue Ailjvvs the
Visitors no Hits.
One of the chief tonics of ctmvt :
sation on the street is the fast has?- denoe Day at that City.
ball game between the liammor.asj
and the Seneeas. played on the local; The Hammond Da.--e ball AssocSa
diamond yesterday. I to ..-i-t in thr Fourth of July
Every player on the Hammond reh-brathm at Labo-te and, in ron-
team is a hero in the eyes of the j
fans today, and the brilliant victory ;
over the team that has twice forced j
the Hammonds to lower their colors !
is the source of a great deal of sat-!
isfaction. The Seneeas started off j
things by making the first score, and
it was not. until the fourth inning !
the Hammonds were able to tally.
Then they did it in such a spec
tacular manner that the crowd was
wild with excitement.
There was one man on base when
Fowler caught one of Doyle's choice
ones right on the nose, and sent it
sailing away off into left field and
then went racing around the bases
for a home run, while the Seneeas
were nlaking desperate efforts to re
cover the ball and get it home. This
started off the fire works and another
run followed in the sixth, which left
no doubt as to the final result. Dono
hue was there with the goods as
usual and did not allow the visitors
a single hit. His twirling was a
splendid exhibition of the pitcher's
White at short distinguished him
self and made a splendid impression
by his fast infield work.
Hammonds R. H. P. A. E.
Enright, Cf 1 12 0 0
McMahon, 2b 0 0 1 1 0
Eder, C. . 0 0 7 3 0
Arten, 3b 1 0 3 0 2
F. Fowler, lb . . 2 4 9 1 1
Donohue, P. 0 0 1 9 0
Clark, If i 0 0 1 0 0
White, ss. 0 0 1 5 0
Scherer, If. 0 1 2 0
Scherer, If. .... 0 1 2 0 0
Totals 3 G 2'7 19 3
Seneeas R. IL P. A. E.
G. Strachan, If. ... 1 0 2 0 0
Beech, 2b 0 0 5 0 1
A. Strachan, c. .... 0 0 6 3 0
Vilbrock, 3b 0 0 1 0 1
Bowers, cf 0 0 3 0 0
Howard, lb 0 0 0 0 0
McGuire, ss 0 0 1 3 0
Doner, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Boyle, p 0 0 0 S 0
Totals 1 0 2114 2
Hammonds .00020100 3 3
Seneeas ....10 000000 0
Home, runs Fowler. Stolen bases,
Strachan, Bowers. Triple plays
Bowers to Howard to Beck. Struck
out by, Boyle, 5; Donohue, G. Base
on balls, Arten, 2; Clark, McMahon.
Bowers and Beech. Umpire GusjN
Barget. Attendance, 1,000. Time ! hi
of game, 1:50.
Fitz Hughs 10; Simplex 5.
The game between the Fitz Hugh ;j
Luther base ball team and the ball 1
players from the Simplex was inter- ;
esting because of the brilliance of i h,j
the pyrotechnic display. One in the i
first, two in the second, three in the j
fourth and four in the fifth is their
way the score card reads and this
tells the story of the game pretty ;
well. Rosine struck out six men m
and Arter seven and as Arter al- j
411 Sohl St.
OWI1 tlOtTie. fclllt
pitcher? seem pretty veil'' matched.
1 2 3 4 5 6 .7 S 9 10
Luther Co. .1 2 3 4 0 0 0 Mfit
Simplex Co.. 3 o o 1 0 I 0 0 0 "
:TG SMALLPOX AT SENSSE1AEH.
-"x runto: !,;- tiUt 1 u '-'-'-'
- - r - Bpox ia Rcn idaer hut it proved
at a a : . r: v. ..a t . itpuoiica:.
a' i ! . ; i ;s -v. r; - Us?
.vo'.i.'d kti;! sa:r.r.' jaople away fro::?
v.iuld h.a. a fpaic:- tira j :gt aw a;.
t-ro!i. 1 5;ir tih, j 1:,iiie of tl2e chy
by ai; m.-ar.. go u Rensselaer
EXCURSION TO LAPORTE
Kairiroad E;,se Ball Association t;'
Assist in Cebbration of Indcpjn-
q'.n-r.ce. is to ma an excursion to
that place on the Fourth. The train
WU leave tat Niekie Plate station
in Hammond at 7:00 a. m. The fare
for the lound trip will be ?1.23 an i
the tickets will be good on any train
g(itig to La Porte on July 4th, turd
good on any train returning on that
day or the day following, July 3th.
The celebration at La Porte is to
be an old-time affair, some of ' the
features of which are to be a mer
chant's parade, a baloon ascension,
horse and foot races and all kinds of
amusements, including a ball game
between the Hammond team and the
crack La Porte nine, which recently
gave the Gunther's of Chicago a 1
to 3 rub. These attractions, toget
her with Pine Lake and its beautiful
resorts, are well worth the trip and
no one wishing to have a glorious
Fourth should miss it.
Special arrangements have been
made with Lake Shore for extra
coaches on their trains, that all may
be comfortably accomodated. Tic
kets .will be on sale at Milligan's
cigar store and the Wells-Fargo Ex
press office on and after June 30th.
All are invited and a good time is
All authorkod carriers of THE
LAKE COUNTY TIMES are pro
vided with printed blanks for re
ceipting subscriptions Seo that
your receipt is on the printed blank
and is properly signed.
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IN DESIGN, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
The highest possible eprade of material, handled according- to the design of skilled and
exterienccd .engineers, by expert mechanics in the largest and most thoroughly equipped
automobile factory in the world.'
There is no part based on guess work or on what the other fellow does, and the costly
experimental work is done in the factory and not by t he purchaser.
It is RIGHT in the beginning, RIGHT when delivered and stays RIGHT all the time.
These ar the features of primary importance the facilities of our enormous factory
enable us to give 3-011
THE RIGHT CAR AT THE RIGHT PRICE
Will be cheerfully shown and demonstrated at our various branches.
MAIN OFFICE AND FACTORY, - - KENOSHA, WIS.
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Me have the best equipped Garage and RePr shops in this IocpJ.it"
All work done by skilled mechanics. " J
Also manufacturers of TORPEDO MOTORCYCLES.
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F. L. KNIGHT & SONS,
investigation cf record- ami ex. ruina
tion ef rioperty line- ca: tallv
:v .:;. Map and plat:?
Crown Foint.lnd. Since 1?00
Sec IV m . IQloihcgs
15H Soa-k llohuiau 1-t.
Owners of chaiae lets in Mellie's
C. IE. Guccmvnlo,
New York Ave. and 119th street. Phone
JOHN H LIBER
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.ihnCAR TnAi is
Representative for this District
THE HORNECKER MOTOR MFG. CO.
14 Indiana Blvd.
Whiting, Ind., U. S. A.
Pi:, william d. w::is
Dbvsicum nn Surgeon
Orkee and Residence 143 Ilohruan St
Phone - (private wire) cay and niht
3Cl3r.SCT5 St UNO-
H.'s two t.u-k entrances that all
pantes tan drive to with their
I ri-.l.t! parties and tknwr pieces
t.r.t.1 at.de -.reet is finished.
WM. J. WlilNDRY.
Telopaone 2141. uite 306, llamraoni
P. u ild in s-
W. F. MAS1IINO,
(Kllee in First National Bank Buiidln?,
C3 Djnrl'Drn St., Cbtcaao.
ltuys and sells acres and lots at
GARY and TOLLESTON. Tho
cheapest and best. Probably has
sold and bought more than any
ether RllAb ESTATE firm.
Tvcicr to Cbic.iiio 03anh3.
OTTO MATTHIAS, Prop.
Meals at all hours.
Cor. Calumet Avenue and Hodman St.
Phone Ji ? t,
HAMMOND, IX n.
C. A. PvODGLRS
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE
j orfice Phone 115 Res. Phone MZl
71-73 STATE STREET
HAMMOND, IN D.
We have other models
at the following prices:
and up to $3,000
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