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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Thursday. Julv 5, 1D06J In Social Circles Mr. and Mrs. Ed Howling t'ae Fourth at Cedar Lake. ;pent Mi-.-cs Lillian and Hessie Torch visited in Danville yesterday. Misses' Lillian and Hetsie Porch visited ia DanvMle yesterday. Mrs. T. J. Daniels spent the day with friends in Maynard. Misses Lillian and Anna Kuhlrnan spent yesterday in Valparaiso. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Strickland of Kankakee, 111. and their two chil dren were the guests of Mrs. O. 13 rostrum yesterday. Misses Alice Jiurnp, Daisy Darling ton and Florence O'Neill spent yes terday In St. Joe, Mich. Misses Alice Bump, Daisy Darling ton and Florence O'Neill spent yes terday in St. Joe, Mich. Misses Crowed 1, Shreiber and Wall of Hammond and Wilma Iiahn 'and Blanche Mortinson of -Robertsdai'e entered the local Chicago Busiaess college this morning; all to pxirsue the study of stenography. The ladies of the Prasbyterian church will give a lawu social at the home of Mrs. V. S. Reiter, SO Webb street, Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock, to which every body is invited to attend. THE CITY Joe Dunsing has recently received a gold medal for having sold - the most goods of any representative of the American Biscuit Co. RINGS TOR POLICEMAN; THEN WANTS TO LICK HER. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Murphy en tertained Eeveual friends at a lawn party yesterday at their home, 35) State street- The day was spent with tennis, croquet and other out door games. Lunch and dinner were served on the lawn and in the even ing there was a display of fireworks. Mrs. Leo Wolf entertained Mrs. B. Wolf and daughter of Chicago to-Bay. Mr. aoid Mrs. John Brockman have returned to their home in Stea ger, 111. after a week's visit with J&lr. and Mrs. A. G. Towle. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. IL Shaw visited fttenda in .Valparaiso over the Fourth. Missea Lola, Ethel and Blanch ,X.yons, Mr. and Mrs. R. Reed and tMr, and Mrs. W. D. Dobbins com posed a fishing party to the Little 'Calumet river yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huber and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolf attended avpicnic at Spring Hill Grove, yester day. Mrs. Sine Hunt, who has been the jguest of her son David Hunt, leaves tonight lor her home in Temperance, The Ladies Aid society of the Baptist church will give an ice cream social in the church parlors next Monday evening. , I A reunion of the McKeown family was held yesterday at the home of J. B. Ortt, 454 Plummer avenue. Members cf the family were present from Kniit, Ohio and Chicago. 'St? 1Ti-j Vlnrpnffl Mnsslpr is 1b- gues t of " her aunt, Mrs. Jesse J. Mossier in Indianapolis. The lawn of the Phillips home, 616 Truman avenue, was attractively decorated with flags and bunting yesterday when Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Phillips entertained several friends at a lawn party. After an informally spent afternoon with music, a 6 o'clock dinner was served and later in the evening there were plenty of fireworks displayed. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell chaperoned a crowd of ten young people at a picnic at Lake Front park yesterday where the usual sports were en joyed. Those in the party were Misses Georgia, Pearl and Bess Far rell, Hazel Howell, Alice Blosser and Lulu DeWeese and Messrs Collins, Allen Wartena and Knopp. Tuesday evening Miss Gertrude Stamp entertained a dancing party. The guests were Misses Ruth Sohl, Frances Lundt, Anna Ibach, Mary Kroj:t, Norma Lochlin, Marion Dem- ing .Elizabeth Evers and Florence Lovfridge and Messrs Charlie Bell man, Charlie Crumpacker, Harvey Blair, Fay Lammering, William Evers and William Smith and Sidney Simon and a friend from Chicago. The firemen took pains yesterday to decorate the sick room of their comrade, Z. D. Green, who is at St. Margaret's hospital. Harvey Mathews of Hammond, who has been -spending the past week with relatives in this city, returned liome this morning. Michigan City Dispatch. Jos. Jesnki; aged 4 0, homeless and penniless, died this morning at the local hospital. His remains will be laid away in the potter's field at Hessville. Jesse Morris of the Erie Hotel is visiting friends at Rensselaer. Mayor Lawrence Becker leaves for Livingstone. Mont., this evening to spend some time on his farm there. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Summers came from Valparaiso in their automobile Tuesday to be guests at the home of E. E. Beck over the Fourth. Fred Mott is home from Chelsea, I. T. for a few weeks. W. E. Shilling, general manager of the Travelers Insurance Co., was in the city from Indianapolis, Ind WANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms for married couple. .Permanent. Ad dress, C. V., Lake County Times. 7,5,2t. Ed Freeman of Pearl street, Rob- ertsdale addition, was taken to th Presbyterian hospital, Chicago yes terday to undergo an operation. Mr3. Andrew Quigley of Warren street left last night at 9:50, for Chatauqua, N. Y., where she will at tend the assembly. The members of the choir of the Baptist church and a few friends drove to Deep Creek yesterday in a hayrack which was decorated with the national colors. The day was spent in boating, fishing and feast ing. One event vas the "snap shots" taken of the crowd at unex pected times. In th evening ti. -y 5rove back to Hammond by moon light and went to the home of Miss Dolly Geib, on Price Place, where they gave a farewell party for Miss Edith Carter, who. left today for an extended visit in Oklahoma. There they had supper and a display of fireworks. George Erickson of Chi- ago was an out of town guest. Frank Hoffman of Roberts avenue Robertsdale, was removed to Merc hospital, Chi .ago, yesterday afic noon. Pay Day Drunk at Whiting First Charged and Then Rescued From Officer by His Wife. Monday was pay-day at the Standard Oil refinery la Whiting and the Whiting police were asked Tuesday morning to arrest "Jimmy" McTeague, his wife .being the com plainant. She told the police that 'Jimmy" was smashing the furni ture in their home and the officer told "her that she should get a war rant for his arrest, which she did. Officer Pinkerton went to the house to get the ' beligerent Mc Teague but when he told the ac cused man that he wanted him to come to the station, "Jimmy'' re fused to go and in the argument that followed Officer Pinkerton was get ting a little the best of the debate when Mrs. McTeague rushed from he house armed with the off-leg of a piano stool. With this weapon she began to belabor the emmisary of the law, shouting, "Don't choke him, ye divel." Her protest be came so real that Officer Dave de cided he had better take counsel be fore escorting McTeague to the bas tile. He accordingly went to the town hall and told his chief his ex perience. Chief Clay Collins went up to the house a Ehort time thereafter and persuaded McTeague to come down and see Judge Jones. Tae judge al lowed "Jimmy" to go on bail with the understanding that he be good and appear in court this morning When the time for the trial came this morning it was found that Mrs. McTeague refused to prosecute the case. FlilEJi TRADE (Special Stock Service to the Lake County Times). NEW YORK LETTER. New York, July 5. Stocks opened strong and bouyant in sympathy with the strength in the London markets, Americans being quoted one to two points higher on thai exchange. This stimulated covering by shorts in St. Paul, Copper, Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, smelters and Colo rado Fuel. The highest prices or the day were obtained around the opening and after traders found that the money situation had become somewhat easier, there was a disposi tion to put on short stocks again, these operations resulted in taking the edge off the market and the close was rather weak and irregular with almost all of the early advance lost. Money was oaered freely at four per cent. In the last hour there was a rath er sharp break in Brooklyn, caused v shorts finding support lacking in this security, they made a drive at it and brought about a decline of two points from the high prices early. WHITING NEWS. F. N. Gavit has gone to Saginaw. Mich., for a few days outing. Th attorney took along a camera an:, ais friends say this is to take pic tures of the fish he expects to catch o that he may have more evident: o substantiate his stories than h tad last year. (Sranb aubevulle anb 3familx Ubeatre. H. BROOKS, Proprietor and Manager Week of July 2nd t Miss Katie Jader of Harrisoi street is expected home this" wee from Louisville, Ky., where sht went to attend the "home-coming" three weeks ago. Henry Kingwill of Kenwood is the guest of his cousins, the Misses Grace and Hazel Kingwill. Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson and 'daughter, who have been guests at the homes of D. B. Hunt and C. M. Jewett, returned to their home in Lafayette this afternoon. Mrs. F. N. Cantriek and son Geo. of Adrain, . Mich, are the guests of Irs. C. Cantrick's niece, Mrs. F. C. MxLcan. P. W.Clark and Mrs. H. B. Easter and children visited friends in Lan Fing today. Misses Lenore and Kathryn and Joseph and George Shaw were guests at a house party in Woodlawn over the Fourth. Alfred Sherby took a crowd of young people down the river in his launch yesterday to Clark station iwhere they had a picnic. ; Eight Sisters from All Saints and St Joseph's school went to St Mary's-in-the-Woods this afternoon, where they will spend the summer. Misses Bertha and Marie Gehring visited relatives in Michigan City yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Melkje and daughter Eunice, returned thi Morning from an extended visit in Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Harry MacElfresh entertained the members of the Mc- Clellan family at a reunion yester day. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Austin Miss Crumpacker and Mr. Scott "The Lion and the Mouse" at the Illinois .theatre last evening. Miss Frances Lundt attended theatre party at the Colonial theatre yesterday o see 'Forty-five Minutes from Broadway." Misses Lola. Ethel an Lvon.s Mr. and Mis. R Blanche Reed am: Mr. and Mr.s. W. D. Dobbins com MISSION TO INCORPORATE. The Pine Street Union Mission was incorporated in Indianapolis today. The church is undenominational and the names of Charles E, Brewbaker, William H. Hamilton and Angus Mc- Cleod are given as the incorporators. Before the incorporation the Pine Street Church was a branch of the North Side Congregational Church and was regularly visited by the Rev. W. L. Sinniger of Chicago. FOOT SMASHED. John Feenan a laborer at the new yards of the Indiana Harbor Rail road, ha da foot badly crushed by the falling of a track jog from one of the sand cars. lie came to Ham mond on a street car and then was assisted to a doctor's office by a fel low laborer. Frank Hammond suffered an injur ?d hand yesterday when a Roma: candle explode 1 in his hand. Some of . 1 Wh'tlns people wh- vent to Cedar Li ? yesterday repo. .hat Floyd Km: pp. v. bo formerly live lere, was rowing o.. I'.e la'ce with : ouple of young ladies, when tl: ioat capsized, threw:::" the ofcr ants into the water. All were rt.- ued and their wcirt fate was ;ood scare and a bad ducking. R ".'Ulan and Mi'ce th C My 1 i wear. i. HEW TO STOCK MARKET. Description. Open High. Low. July 5 July i Atch 87 87 J 86 f'4 ? Amer. Sugar.. IwX vet'i It) 12 Amer. Car ... 3.?s 34 35 S-W Anial. Copper Uhl yy' s V7h 8 H Amer. Smelter 114 Hvj 143 US 4 ui 11. O llS5i lltth ll??i 115 115S ti. R.T 7a 75? i 114 IIU 74' C. u. w ic; iti w. i''-j i64 C. &0 ....So 56 55)4 .V! Mh C. F. 1 i'i'i 4'4 47 4,-4 44 Co. So 3j 33lt 33 't 33 J Can. 1'ac 15i,-4' 16't 159 i-v I5s' Cent. Lea. 36. 35 SS Uis 6; 57 57 .V :4 :;rie 4u-8 4o!4' 4o 40 , .11. Cen 175 175 174 Ult 175 i.. & N U.i 1 13 141 HI 110 ilex. Cent 20 tt) U, 20 Jv? ..1. K. AT ... XiX Z.H -i-ln 3.4 . eo. Lias fc9 fc''?4 s"9 89 ,'enn Ub;i 125 i 124 ' 124! 1-4 Mo. 1'ftC bV "" M-i at. Lead .. "Jo 73 'Ut llt 724 ... V. Cent.... Hj 131 121)?; 130 'i 12S x. v. e.ifcst.L lieading l.'i, 122 120 120 ijp. LA- S ; 254 tt'i 2f-4 Do Pfd U4 ::.. -V4 v5 u3?g vock Iskl... I.., -j -a -lAM ?iV i.v. riirings ... l'ac t.V b " ' ,' CS (5 64 !. l'aul !..; s 1 1. .' ! i.'O' I'.Ss ...nn. Coal ... H.. . . 1.2 112 IH . -. I'acilic-... I4 i i j 4 Hi Ui7s '" . S. ,.ev4 , -3 'c-.-ii i)Q I'i.4 1(1.. ..1 'jV'-4 VV4 4 . . uttan lv i .-4 l-' 1JO tnd 4,4. .,4:i 44 44i 44'. Mr Sprague Green AND THE Pretty Sunset Girls The best drilled act in vaudeville Costly Costumes. Miss Barringtcn. Singer. Brooks & Brooks, Comedy Sketch. Illustrated Songs; moving pictures. !5c 20c 25c Thursday Amateur Plight. CHICAGO LETTER. F. L. Shortridge was op. ''r.l Michigan City on bu3in:ss to lay. W. F. Fogg of H. le Park, was i: Hammond yesterday looking after hb real estate interests here. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Courtright of Valparaiso, were the guests of then relatives here yesterday. Jos. Bauer of , Monterey, Ind. employed at the Erie Hotel. Chicago, July r. Wheat wrs .iy all during the session, the .2, a rale was encouraging to xr operations. Northwest traders or liberal sellers cf September, rather conditions from that section o e favorable. Receipts of wheat I ..i Southwest were larger than ex acted, this was the cause of early weakness. Later in the session the market rallied on short covering, losing rather firm. Corn showed considerable strength Vat Monarch. throughout tne day, casn suuanon Alfonso II. of Portugal was some- for corn is reported firm and sales what irreverently designated "the fat." )eing made close to July option. BASTAR & McGARRY This name means a GUARANTEE of Quality in Diamonds, Watches, jewelery and Silverware Also the Highest Degree o( Skilled Workmanship in Watcb and Jewelery Repairing 1 75 So. Hohman St. ,u fire-arms i:i.-dikj the cit .ui'ts." After sp.rndiag the niht v. lie police station they wore arraig d before Justice Jones thi-5 morning The judge said that, ;u it ".as th. 'ourth, he would let the prisoner? ;3 with their sentences suspended. For Ice Cream and soft drinlls of all Hinds, the - PALACE OF SWEETS. AUorney J. K. Stinson went t. Indianapolis this morning on" legal business. It Is a tradition in that country that he was so stout that the services of sixteen men were required to bear the pall and casket at his funeral. The same somewhat disrespectful title was bestowed upon Charles III. of France Oats weak and lower, contrary to corn market, there was liberal sell ing bv the bull crowd and no outside suport. Provisions. Higher on fair sup- Icc Cream for parties and picnics at moderate prices. DricK Icq Cream a Specialty - - - - and Louis VI. of the same country; port and good buying by packing MARRIED FOR THE FOURTH. also to Olaus II. of Norway. house interests. Iron In the Body. Charles Ault. the local baeeaee There are about lou grains or iron m master at the Monon and Mrs. Lulu be average human body, and yet so Brahos Brothers, Proprietors. GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Telephone 2042 - - - 126 Hohman St HUNDREDS OF TICKETS SOLD. The number of railroad tickets sold yesterday give an indication of the number of people who were out of town. More than five hundred tickets were sold at the Monon in the morning and over four hundred passengers went south- on the Erie. This number is only small when compared with the unmber of people who left Hammond on the street cars, on the Nickel Plate and in livery rigs. J. Vaughn. 282 State Street, went tc important is this exceedingly small Month 0pening High Low Closing . , ,t . quantity that its diminution is attended svheat. - , - i? 3 Chicago on Tuesday afternoon and ... ' , lUiy 79 n- ?9 y--a , , with very serious results. Ti.y. 7.w-so7i5i 75?6a M..b were married there. They returned slH 81yea sijisb S3?j Ma b4h-'8 yesterday to Hammond and apprised rhp.. .nd i.niin. May s4-sj? their friends of the fact, and later in I Rousseau, the famous author of corn. the day left for Lowell where thev "Emile," was exceedingly fond of chess July will spend a short honeymoon. ana in one or uis dooks luumaira mai ne consiaeretl it or more euucationai value than Latin, but as lie knew little Latin and much chess he would natu Sei lay 49H-? WAS IT LOADED? YES. Oats. July 38'4 George Konjak of Whiting, shot be disposed to exagrate the val- Uec ue or tne amusement. through the palm of the left hand while examining a pistol which a friend had left in his care, saying it was "not loaded." Gus Moore, Whit May is Pork. July 1762 cit. 115 Oct. 4-; 52' MVi 52i 51?', M V" 494 50 H 49;s R9 3Ss 36 37 n mm the BEST EJLU 1 51V4& 51W-H 51 ?-,-52a 51 i4b 4u&-a 49 a 49ib 49sb 38 K a 38 Hb 85i-H 35i,vib 36 B 36 V4a 27&-38a 3&;ia 1762 1750 J7i2-25 1T10 1755a 1715 1750a ITltlJ MARRIAGE LICENSES. J. W. Gallagher, Chicago 21 Lela Sears, Chicago 16 Chas. D. Snapp. Chicago Marie Smith, Chicago John Kichola, East Chicago.. . Josephine Wszcz, East Chicago. John Thomas, Hegewisch Tillie Roth, Hegewisch Geo. P. Cook. Kockford. Ill Nettie DeComp. Kockford, 111.. . Ross G. Wampole, Chicago.. .. 4 5 43 .26 Oysters. Oysters cannot live in the Baltic sea, the reason being that it is not salt inc hnrllv nhnut the lhnnrl hv I mmich Thpv run nn It- tiro In wntpr I Lard. ... .... . j ..... . . m) explosion of powder in his hand. He tnat contains at least 3 parts or salt to Sctt. 9"2b5 ...4i .-4 .i RTPrr 1 OTlO n.qrtd nf xeatar Utt. LV5D-0. a one of the bovs who was vdavine 1 Ribs. about, dropped a piece of lighted I A. W VV lO 4. UL1UL1 VUUVM 1 1 . . ... . .... I '-J-v. rvuu. x.c laborious task of measuring tne dimen- light gone into the can many more sions of raindrops. He finds that the . , 1 4 A ,i .1 -U I 1 i x . i a i M j i. dav's death roll. Walter Connell. and the smallest one seven-hundreth of AutOElODlle Tourists JYESS inrOUgn Harrison Street, Robertsdale Addition an lncb ln diameter. They are larger was burned about the hands bv a July 9S 82-95 S90 89(n fS5b 910 9u2-05 tX)5 j2b U12 9L7 9C7 K'5b -J65-67 ?t2 962n 960 955 955 553a 93.' 927-30 9i7-30a 927 roman candle. Wlilte Ant of Africa. Natives of the east cast of Africa do not object to the presence of the . . .1 1- iV. In summer than in winter and larger in iJaui tionman went imougu m i hot than in cold climates. The size of city today driving a Pierce-Arrow the drop when it reaches the earth de- j owned by H. Paulman of Chi- i pends on the height from which it has cago. M. C. Cumings and wife were "alien. I tu. ote rr Tn ro nlmn Hnffmann litC LA V J V' . ..4.4. 4 " is the Hammond man who last sum- Drngs, to be effective, must be pore; prescriptions, to be serviceable, must be carefully compounded. We take pride in the drugs we carry and the way we dispense a prescription for you. There is no doubt regarding the value of remedies of our making. Consult your physician as to our superior facilities in a PRESCRIP TION WAY. SUMMERS PHARMACY, Commercial Bank Building Two 'Phones Call your doctor over our phones. Windmill and I.lfrlit nt nar. Out of 10.tXX windmills and church er drove the Pierce Arrow that great white ant colonies in their neigh- spires. 5.000 of each, fifty-two of the von the Chicago-St. Paul race. The 23 i bo r hood. The ants exercise great fer- windmills will be struck by lightning I -uiiomobilists on the third annual 2S i tilizing power on the crops. A resi- to only thirty-nine of the church tow- iGur 0f the America Automobile As- .36 j .40 j . 33 i dent of that country writes: "Every J ers. Lake County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS season I have seen the wonderful ef fects the white ant hill produces on the KafSrs" maize and corn. Whenever 3 j there happens to be an ant hill ln a gar Aaan Josephine Uroman, Chicago. 3 j den its immediate vicinity can be at Joseph Debet, Whiting 3 I once distinguished, as the maize and apt, Droseh. Whitinc. . 19 corn are fully double the size of the Willis O. Bliss, Cedar Rapids. Ia . .SO " , , , WUi,LiJ American clocks in large quantities -ociation passed through the city this morning on their way to Bret-j J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, " ' " rnvr XI TMnVn ViVn.Prnc A IT TAPPF.R Tn-swrAr o Goshen. 133 miles. Dr. Davis of i r- - ua.u.uv,, , ww , The first days journey will be to Go- ;hen. 133 miles. Dr. Davis of Chi- Alice Straight South, Farminghaia, a few miles from this place Is swarm- J I Ing with white ants nad has also a ass i Ianre native population. The ants do pcued a f.shing party to the little jGeo. H. Sweet, San Antonio, Tex. . not attack green crops to any extent" Calumet river yesterday. Tillie Owens, Chicago S Oor Oldest Cloolc Factory rn 1 1 1. . . . . I . . . - i . j:4 . . t 1 4 A A : T xue uiue.i nwK iafiory m we COUQ- ton W OOQf, a Ul&ictiivrr ui i.iuu luuca. I tnTT Procoflt m 1S0G and still starIs on a pictur esque site by the fails of Hancock brook. Eli Terry, who established the f n Ctnrc wa ihc fret r,n o tr. mol-a V-.T. . ,J ' " . . - V ' i . V .U U.r I m g .... ago. ana a party 01 iuur ia a L inton nachine. No. 3.6 IS, broke their rear xie about four miles out of Val- Siani was a cotton producing country J araiso cn the road to La Porte, but 2.DC0 years ago. fortunately no one was hurt. S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic B13., Hammond. Abstracts furnished promptly at current rate?.