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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
Thursday, Jtilv 5. 1000.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
AN EVENING NEWSPAPER PUB
LISHED 15 Y THE LAKE COUNTY
PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COM
PANY, Terns cf Subscription:
Yearly $2.50
Half Yearly $1.25
Single Copter 1 cent.
Entered at the Hammond, Ind.
pcstoff.ee as second class matter.
O.T.ces in Hammond building, Ham
mond, Ind. Telephone 111.
T i l I' i tsb A ' Y7J U L Y "71 9 0 6
Gems In Verse
Grass and Daisies.
For beauty and glarfneps of the days
Erin? but the ' of trust.
The trrruss looks up from the April
ways,
The daffy from the duft.
John Vanoe Cheney.
THE democrats of the Tenth dis
trict seemed to have been thrown
into consternation by the announce- j
ment made in The Lake County I
Times that Mayor Becker would not j
Vt ' J i tl i A n i a fnr r-rri r T-attiTi n f rr.m
this district. The fact that no
j other names have heretofore been
! mentioned shows that Becker was
considered the most logical and the j
strongest candidate. The follow-
ing dispatch lrom Lal'orte shows tne
result of the announcement over the
district:
"The refusal of Lawrence Becker,
mayor of Hammond, to permit the
use of his name as a candidate for
the democratic congressional nomi
nation tor the Tenth district has put
the dictrict leaders in a quandary.
'1 he names of Mayor Darrow of this
ctiy, J. Kirov Risk of Lafayette, C.
J. Kern of Valparaiso and Mayor
Warwick of Whiting, are being men
tioned for the nomination. The
convention will be held July 14 at
Michigan City."
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The Need of
Trained
Volunteers
By Lieutenant General H. C CORBIN. U. S. A.
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Indiana Harbor Ifotes.
Mr. Gregg proprietor of the South
Bay Hotel at Indiana Harbor, went
to Chicago Monday on business.
Mr.
Richard Weaver from Cleve
land, came to Indiana Harbor to
work in the steel mill.
Whiting News
YESTERDAY saw the addition of
the forty-eighth star to the glorious
Stars and Stripes, marking the ad
mission to the union of the State of
Oklahoma. For years this territory
has been the Mecca for thousands of
the best citizens American born
and it Is no longer looked upon as
the reserve of the redskin. At the
best, the Indian will last only a few
years more. The taking away of his
wild habits and customs and the
pressure from the ever-enoaching
whites have broken his spirit and
travelers from Oklahoma tell us the
race Is dying out rapidly.
Too much must not be expected
Et first of the fledgling state, but Its
resources, and its people will soon
(develop and give the state a worthy
place among her sisters.
THE GADFLY ON BOOKS.
YESTERDAY the police caused
the strict observance of the Nichol
son law in Hammond. Eleven saloon
keepers were arrested for keeping
open and thirteen more were put on
the watiing list for arrest today.
Officers went from saloon to saloon,
trying doors and gaining evidence to
convict.
At the Monon station fully three
hundred people gathered to take tha
southbound trains to Cedar Lake. A
dozen fellows in the crowd carried
revolvers and fired them recklessly
in crowds of girls with flimsy, in
flammable dresses.
One bully carried a 4 4-calitre re
volver which he would conceal and
then suddenly draw and fire in the
faces4)y6tanders. thinking it a
e jotte. so ponce were near the I
station, although the crowd was un
usually great Later in the evening
In front of the very station, and with
the connivance of the police so the
boys on the street: said great
charges of dynamite were put on the
car tracks. At one time as many as
thlity piles were laid on the tracks
in the one block south of Rimbach.
The noise was deafening racking
the nerves of the motormen, and
frightening the pasengers. On sev
eral cars women were seen hanging
their heads from the windows,' the
smoke being so thick Inside it
smothered them. Instead of inter
vening in these reckless disturb
ances the police were absolutely ig
noring the safety of the public, and
were enforcing the Nicholson law.
The Nicholson law may have its
merits but the flagrant neglect of
the police to protect the safety of
the public, which should have been
always foremost, should deserve the
heartiest condemnation from the
citizens.
Following in the wake of "Fads
and Fancies" which has been the in
nocent cause of much social and po
litical stir in America's smart set.
a very exotic literary weekly has
been produced in London entitled,
"The Throne" and dedicated to the
King and Queen. The pages are so
richly embellished and artistically
decorated that they recall the days
when monks labored on vellum. The
yellow parchment cover has the
title surmounted by the royal crown
in gold. The imposing list of
editors reads like a Queen's garden
party and Includes Princesses,
Duchesses and notables from the
court of Edward. It impresses me
as merely a momentary amusement
for London society and as short
lived as impracticable, so if possible,
procure a copy if you are at ill curi
ous after new and exotic produc
tions.
The Ingenious brain of Anna
Katherine Green has turned out
"The Woman in the Alcove," which
may easily be given place among her
best efforts. It is an unusually well
constructed story along the old
lines of robberies and murders, and
admirably serves its purpose to dis
tract and absorb. If thrills amuse
you, I promise you much pleasure
In this clever work of a marvellously
inventive brain.
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Indiana in Congress.
Indiana has always had strong rep
resentation in the United States sen
ate, but never before has she been
so powerfully and so contsplcuously
represented there as at present. The
presiding officer, Mr. Fairbanks, is
from Indiana, and two of the most
influential and effective members on
the floor are also there speaking for
the Hoosier state. In the session
just closed both Senator Reveridge
and Senator Hemenway have been
publicly commended for the splendid
character of their public service. Mr.
lleveridge, in securing the passage of
the meat inspection bill and other
notable measures, added new laurels
to those previously acquired, while
Senator Hemenway. although In his
first session, proved that the great
experience he had as chairman of the
most important committee of the
lower house, could be put to practical
use in the senate. Senator Hale de
clares that by the efforts of Senator
Hemenway alone the federal govern
ment has been saved $32,000,000 at
he recent session, Mr. Hemenway's
knowledge of governmental expendi
tures enabling him to dictate a policy
cf retrenchment and economy, which
-ived millions while in nowise im
p:ilring the public service. Indiana is
to he congratulated on her represen
tatives in the upper house, and right
here it may be added that she ranks
iust as high in the lower house. In
fact, Indiana in congress today is
right at the to; of the heap. Fort
"Wayiie News.
Simultaneously two Philadelph-
ians have published works which fill
a necessity, the importance of which
has hardly been adequately appre
ciated. In this clay of wonderful
advancement and development when
deplorable precocity too frequently
characterizes childhood, we should
heartily welcome books which im
part to youth requisite knowledge
of natural conditions summed up by
persons capable of teaching. "The
American Boy and the Social Evil
from a Physical Standpoint" i3 by
Dr. Robert Wilson: "What a Young
Girl Ought to Know" is from the
gifted pen of Dr. Mary Wood Allen.
iney are reverent attempts by ex
perienced persons, to instil into the
young of both sexes a knowledge and
appreciation of their bodies and the
dire results from infractions of
natural laws, subjects which par
ents too frequently neglect through
false modesty or ignorance. These
books for boys and girls will go far
towards promulgating healthy bodies
and clean minds, especially in this
era when the definition "a child" is
said to be "five years old, possibly
six" and this contains a lamentable
amount of truth,!
THE GADFLY'.
BETWEEN TRAINS.
Kerosene oil will cure snake bite
The information comes from Kan
pas, of course.
Guf OL UNTEERS in a war become food for powder and disease, j therla.
There is no greater folly than that of believing the volun
teer forces as we have them today are ANY USE
ALL for active service under the' conditions of modern
war. However courageous the men may be, however intel
ligent, however patriotic, their live9 would be a useless sacrifice on the
aitar of POPULAR IGNORANCE. They would impede the move
ments of the regular army and their deaths would be quite useless.
The people must be brought to an understanding of this fact sooner or
later.
In using the word volunteer I want to be quite specific. I make a
distinction between "volunteers" only partly trained and only partly
disciplined as they exist in the ordinary state militia and "VOLUN
TEER SOLDIERS'' who have seen active service and come success
fully through the ordeal. We had "volunteers" nt Bull Run in our
civil war, for instance, but they were "volunteer soldiers" when they
had been in the field nearly four years and came to Appomattox. The
hard school of experience had MADE THEM OVER and they were
reliable. Just what war does in war time the army discipline and train
ing seek to approximate in times of peace, and the volunteer system of
the states NEVER APPROACHES IT. Under existing conditions
it never can. The remedy, and the only remedy, is the organization of
a national militia under the immediate control of army headquarters
and officered by men with the equivalent training, experience and
knowledge of an enlisted man who passes the necessary examination
AND OBTAINS HIS COMMISSION.
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At least one full regiment should be raised and equipped in each
state and be subject to a discipline and training that would guarantee
efficiency WHENEVER the call to arms came. Understand clearly
that I am not in any way advocating an increa.. in the regular army. I
believe that i3 quite large enough. But what I do want to see is the
establishment of an absolutely effective and reliable second line of de
fense, and that wre can only get from a NATIONAL militia organized
and officered as I suggest. I believe that public opinion is rapidly pre
paring itself for a movement of this description, and men of experience
who love their country sufficiently to tell the truth frankly will in
dorse my view When I was in Australia last year I saw a national
militia officered and organized very much on the lines I suggest, not as
thoroughly perhaps, BUT THE "GERM OF THE THING WAS
THERE. Although the country is still young they have a fine system
of coast defense with each fort manned by a permanent garrison and
a largo force of artificers to keep the guns in order. Then they have
their SECOND LINE OF DEFENSE for that ann of the service
in a militia officered by thoroughly trained men and that militia works
hard from year to year on the guns of the fort to which it is attached.
WHEN I WAS IN ENGLAND I WAS TOLD BY LORD KITCH-
; Razitia, the five-year-old daughter
: of Mr. and Mrs. Vibarnic. died at the
S family residence Monday from the
1 effects of a recent attack of diph-
The funeral of Mrs. Gus Gord will
AT j take- place tomorrow morning from
the Standard Hotel. The body will
be taken by train to Oakwoods ceme
tery, Chicago, for interment.
This is payday, at the Standard's
works and tomorrow should be a
glorious day for Whiting.
EAGLES TO CELEBRATE.
An annual basket picnic will be
given by the Whiting aerie, No
1251, F. O. E., at La Porte. Ind., Sun
day. July loth. 190G.
There will be a match game of
base ball between two uniformed
teams of Eagles, dancing, boating,
outdoor summer sports, a concert
afternoon and evening by the famous
La Porte band, consisting of 40
pieces, etc.
Train will leave LaSallc street
station via L. S. & M. S. Ry. at 8
o'clock a. ni.
usiness Jjirecrorv
OF LAKE COUNTY
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F. L. KNIGHT & SONS.
5urrcor3, 2n(5tnest9. Prattemen
Investigation uf records and exunina
tion of property Hues carefully
made. Maps and plate
famished.
Crown Point.lnd. (JincelSQO
For PLUMBING
See IV m. IQleihege
152 South Ilohman
TELEPHONE CI.
St
lbammon& "Rcaltv
Company
Hammond Building
Owners of choice lots in McIIie's
Sub-division. ...
DR. WILLIAM 1). WE13
pbvslctan and Suroeon
Deutscher ArZt
Office and Residence 145 Hobm&n St
Phone 30 (private wire) day asd niffut
service
3obnson' StuMo
Masonic Temple
Has two back entrances thatull
parties can drive to with their
bridal parties and flower pieces
until State street is finished.
WW. J. WHINEUY,
Xtiwgcr.
Telephone 3141 Suite 300, Liararaond
Building.
Cotton Bros, are building a brie!:
cottage 24x46 on Summer Street, for
their own occupancy.
How's This?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that can
not be cured by Hail's Catarrh Cure
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the laut 15 yearg,
and believe h m perfectly honorable
in all basinets transactions, and finan
cially able to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
WALDING, KINNAN & MARVIN.
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken inter
nally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system
Testimonials tent free.
Sold bv Druggists. Price, 753. per
bottle.
Take Hall's Family Pills for cons,
tipation. 6-2-lmo
G. E. 6recnval&,
New York Ave. and 119th street. Phone
Whiting 241.
WIIIT.ING. IND.
W. F. MASIIINO,
iflre Unsurancc.
Office in First National ank Duildln?.
TKlcloon Cfoomasson
S3 carbCrn St., CbtcaflO.
lUiys and sells acres and lota at
GARY and TOLLESTON. The
cheapest and best. Probably has
sold and bought more tbau any
other REAL ESTATE firm.
Kcfcrs to Cbicaflc JJanhs.
Cor.
Calumet Hotel
OTTO MATTHIAS, Prop.
Meals at all hours.
Calumet Avenue and Hoffman St.
Phone 204.L
HAMMOND, INI).
JOHN HUBER
; r -rtfrZ& Y? f 'i ' ? 1
C. A. RODGERS
Huber & Rodgers
UNDERTAKING
LIVERY AND SALE STABLE
NIGHT CAB
Office Phone 115 Res. Phone 8121
71-73 STATE STREET
HAMMOND, IND.
ENER, SIR JOHN FRENCH AND CIR DAN HAMILTON THAT THE
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS WERE THE BEST FIGHTING MATERIAL
THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR.
IN
The Gyrmsium's Importance
In Schools For Girls
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A company nas oeen tormed in
New York with a capital of $20,000,
000 to control the chicken and egg
supply of America and all dairy pro
ducts. Let us continue to he cheer
ful. There is no gooseb'erry trust
as yet.
Adam and Eve were lucky. They
had no fool friends who wanted to
he funny when they started away
on their honeymoon.
The Valpo Messenger man is re
sponsible for this statement:
There are 350,000 bass in Cedar
Lake in Lake County; 430,000 bass
in Lake James; 450.000 bass and
2.500,000 pike in Winona Lake and
650,000 bass in Sylvan Lake, Rome
City.
We wish to ask the Messenger
man if he has any samples to prove
this assertion or any part of it!
By Rev. Dr. MADISON C. PETERS of New York
the standard of scholarship is to be raised higher in all our
schools for girls and no greater attention is paid to the laws of
health and life, GRAVE CONSEQUENCES may be expect
ed. The body is just as much God s gift as the mind, and the
one cannot be healthy and vigorous when the other is neglected and
permitted to fall into weakness. Education must always be faulty
when it lacks PROPORTION. Our women often gain their equality
with men, as it is called, gratifying their own and their parents' pride,
by the sacrifice of health. In all our schools and colleges there should
be advantages for PHYSICAL training equal to those of the men
in order that the women may have the physical qualification adequate
to their enlarging spheres.
Ignorance of physiology is one of the most costly luxuries of life,
and carelessness of health is both a crime AND A SIN. Much might
lie said of the abuse of athletics, but the sensible use of games and
sports is so important to fit us for the active work of life that we must
tint tiormit tVmf wli r nVm tVipA thino-s tn say a word Jicainst thpir i
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,:i.t Tl r,Aa -rrll nvQt TTTT TWS"P1TT ; M
fclA Ui 1UA1UKKU v . 1 rejoice mat we nave advanced Deyona tne
days when the neglect of the body was regarded as an evidence of
piety.
HELPFUL MEN AND WOMEN HAVE BEEN ALWAYS HEALTHY
MEN ANI WOME'.L
Model 14
$1750
We have other models
at the following prices:
$ 400.00
650.00
780.00
950.00
1200.00
1350.00
and up to $3,000
THE WEATHER.
Fair and continued
tonight and Friday.
cool weather
The Grafters Are the
Real Xluck Rakers
By S. S. McCLURE. Matfazine Publisher
'HE "muck rake" man &$ created by Bun van and the common
and accepted idea conveyed by the term are entirely different.
I took occasion the other night to read that part of "Pilgrim's
Progress'' dealing of the man with the muck rake and found
he was one who was always drawing to him the muck typifying
money and other worldly things IN PREFERENCE TO THE
CELESTIAL CROWN.
1 that is what Bunyan meant, which class of men represent muck
rakers in the recent scandals, the officials or the men who are conduct
ing the investigation ? The question might be carried to the beef
trust, the Standard Oil and others.
AS LONG AS THESE SCANDALS ARE BROUGHT FORTH THE
DAILY AND PERIODICAL PRESS WILL CONTINUE TO TELL OF
THEM-
THE CAR THAT IS RIGHT
IN DESIGN, MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
The highest possible grade o material, handled according to the design of skilled and
experienced 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 the purchaser.
It is RIGHT in the beginning, RIGHT when delivered and stays RIGHT all the time.
These are the features of primary importance the facilities of our enormous factory
enable us to give you
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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Representative for this District
THE HORNECKER MOTOR MFG. CO.
14 Indiana Blvd.
Whiting, Ind., U. S. A.
Me have the best equipped Garage and Repair Shops in this locality.
All work done by skilled mechanics.
Also manufacturers of TORPEDO MOTORCYCLES.
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