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FRIDAY. JULY G, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE SPORIG NOTES. EAST dCiO NEW8 SC0RE3 AT BASE BALL Chicago, July 0. Following are the base ball scores: Leapue: At I'ittsburfr Chicago 0, Pitthburjs 3; at Brooklyn Philadelphia C, Brooklyn 5; at New ork Boston f, New York 1; at St. Louis Cincin nati at. Louis 4. American: At Boston New York 8, Boston 3; at Philadelphia Washing ton O, Philadelphia 3; at Detroit St Louts r, Detroit 4; at Cleveland Chi cago 4, Cleveland 3. AnKoHntion: At Milwaukee Kan sas City 8, Milwaukee 3; at St. Paul Minneapolis 7, St. Paul C; at Colum bus Indianapolis 0, Columbus G eight Innings, darkness; at Louisville Kaiu. Western: At Denver Pueblo 3, Denver 1; at Lincoln Sioux City 4, Lincoln 3 ten innings; at Omaha Des Moines 2 Omaha 10. BASEBALL STANDINGS AND RESULTS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. Chicago 50 21 .704 New i'ork 44 24 .047 Pittsburg 4 3 25 .63 2 Philadelphia 36 35 .507 St. Louis 29 45 .392 Cincinnati 28 44 .3S9 Brooklyn 26 41 .3SS Boston 25 46 .352 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet. Cleveland ......42 27 .609 New York 40 26 .606 Philadelphia 41 27 .603 Chicago 38 31 .551 Detroit ....36 34 .514 St. Louis 34 36 .486 Washington 25. 43 .368 Boston 18 50 .265 Games For Today. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chicago at Pittsburg. Boston at New York. AMERICAN LEAGUE. r Detroit at Cleveland. j New York at Boston. Washington at Philadelphia. BATTLING NELSON HERE. Battling Nelson, the man who put Hegewlsch on the map, was In the city today to renew his acquaintance with some of his old Hammond friends. His father accompanied him and together they went to the residence of Lawrence Cox, is. Homo wood, and were warmly welcomed by Mrs. Cox, who came to the door to meet them when she heard that the famous Battler was to call on her. Nelson said that he has wanted to call on his old Hegewisch friends ever since he won the championship but has been unable to do so on ac count of the strenuous life his man ager has forced him to lead since his first big victory. Battling recalled with considerable pleasure the time when he and Allie Nelson were school mates together in Hegewisch. He said that he and Miss Nelson were exactly the same age. and that one time he was asked by one of his school mates where his sister Allie was, she having been absent from school that day. Battling says that so many of his pld friends have left Hegewisch he feels like a stranger there. He said that he really knew more people In Hammond than he did in Hegewisch and always felt that this was a sec ond home of his. Nelson was asked to lead the grand marh at a ball to be held here next Saturday and regrets that a trip which he must make to Frisco this week will make his acceptance of the Invitation impossible. In regard to his fighting plans for the future Nelson said that he had two good bouts in prospect, one with I "Id Herman and one with Yanger. ! Jne of the bouts is to be pulled off in Los Angeles and one In Frisco. He i dancing. How much more necessary, also said that arrangements were j tten- that she niake the most of her beine made for a big fight to be held opportunities. within one hundred miles of CM. j A woman may be very beautiful and . . ; cer whole appearance may be spoiled cago. but would not divulge the pro- j bv her awkward movements. How dis posed place for holding it. The man j tressing to watch her flop down In an he will likely select for his opponent i ungainly manner in an attempt to seat will be Herman. He says that since winning the championship he has not had the chance of fighting: where his old friends could see the scrap and so he, as well as they, are looking for ward to the successful arrangement of the proposed bout. When told that Lawrence Cox was a candidate for the office of county sheriff Nelson waxed enthusiastic, and said. "I'll come over and plug for him if he needs me." Nelson Is the picture of health and prosperity. He is wearing diamonds galore, and says that he was never In better physical condition. Bat tling has planned to spend the whole day in the city. Many a ruined man dates his down fall from the day when he began bor rowing money. Success Magazine. Mr. Harvey Gilman wirl leave to morrow for Bristol, Ind,. where he will join Mrs. Bristol .and nhis "baby Charles, who have been -visfting Mrs. Rose Gregory. Next Sunday evening Rev. Van Auken win give a sermon story, en-; titled, "Pat Kelly's Religion." This; will be his last sermon here for a while, as he leaves in a short time to spend a vacation in Michigan. Now that arrangements have been made for light, the evening school will open at the McKinley building, July 9. Hours from 7:30 to 10. Mr. Erpf is in the city this week on business, and Mr. Erdaky is sub stituting for him at Dr. Spears drug store. Jay Schales, who was struck by a B. & O. passenger train about one and a half miles east of Edgemore, early Tuesday morning, had been seen a short tjme before the accident sitting on the westbound track, asleep, Schuberger, a section fore man, going to work, found the injur ed man, put him on a hand car and hurried to Indiana Harbor where Dr. Robinson was called. The right leg was severed below the knee and a fracture was found in the skull. The man was conscious and was hurried in an ambulance toward St. Margar et's hospital, Hammond, but when in sight of the place, he expired. Dr. Hoskins held the preliminary inquest at Teal's undertaking rooms Tuesday afternoon and after examining wit nesses yesterday, pronounced '"the death cause accident. On July 4th the father of- young Scholes, who lives at Waterlo, Ind., came to Indiana Harbor and identi fied the body of his son. The body was shipped to Butler, Ind. At the inquest the deceased's fath er was represented by attorney Fred Wing of the firm Wing, Sons & Co., Chicago. THE FRENCHWOMAN. Let Her Teach You a Letson Out of tier tteaoty Book. The Frenchwomen are the most beau tiful In the world, not by grace of fea ture, for there are other nations that are just as well gifted as to features, but because of other traits.. They know how to dress and how not to dress. They know how to show off their own good points. ; Andvthejr know how to conceal their defects. A Frenchwoman never dis plays her forehead fully. A French woman never destroys the oval of her face. A Frenchwoman never bundles her neck up high unless she be an old woman. A Frenchwoman seldom wears jewels near her eyes, and a French woman takes very good care to keep her figure very near to the classic. If one were to sum up the graces of the Frenchwoman one would say that she knows how to use her eyes," that she understands the art of lifting up her chin, that she has the trick of tilt ing her head at the right angle and that she has brought vivacity down to a fine art. Then one would say also that she makes the most of her best feature, says Woman's Life. If her eyes are her strong point she drapes her hair in Grecian waves across her temples so as to bring out the beauty of her eyes, and she shades them delicately and makes her eyebrows grow long and dark, and she coaxes her lashes to curl. SITTING GRACEFULLY. An Art That Should He Acquired by KTery Woman. Not one woman in n hundred knows or thinks about seating herself grace fully. Columns have been written about how to enter a room gracefully, how to acquire a graceful carriage in walking or dancing, but the art of sitting grace fully seems to have been omitted from the category. Yet it is one of the things that are necessary to make a girl as attractive as possible. The average girl spends much more of her time sitting than walking or herself somewhere! If a woman Is tall she should choose the highest chair to seat herself in in stead of doubling herself Into a . dis jointed position in a low" chair or one too small for her. When she seats herself at a table she ehould not lean over it lazilv or rest ! her elbow on it. These habits are too easily acquired, and a woman does not add to her at tractiveness by indulging in them. A Patient Man. The endurance of the music lover who sits out one of Wagner's long "Ring" operas has often been commented upon, but perhaps not more forcibly j the chimney pieces were loaded up t than in London. Well up above the j the ceiling, and the magnificent rooms stage was a burly figure in homespun, of the palace were divided by fantas vldently a Scottish farmer who had ; tic arches of the same construction. come to London to see the sights ana hear the sounds. After sitting through three long acts he murmured audibly. "Twas a patient icoa that wrote all this!" 3rfrK 1CE3 y M tm ' Ul r m ml m 3 FPo ikfeSHH mimmmM UlLiilto . GENERAL OFFICII DEALERS IN Grain, Pro v is Stocks, Bonos Securities. Buyers and Shippersof Western Oram Chicago and Hammond A QUEER MANIA. Sicilian Prince Who Rained Himself Duj ins Absurd Statuary. The Sicilian Prince of Valguanera at the beginning of the last century was a monomaniac of a rare description. He succeeded to one of the largest for tunes in Europe, his habits were studi ous and economical, he had no chil dren, but in spite of these advantage for saving money he contrived to ruift himself. The prince had a fancy for grotesque statues, with which he adorn ed the stately mansion of his forefa thers. Many descriptions of the place are extant, for It was renowned throughout Europe ia Its day. Bry tione visited it, and he has left us a pleasant picture. Approaching by a noble avenue, one found the palace encircled by an "army" of monsters. ''The absurdity of the wretched im agination which created them is not less astonishing than its wonderful fertility," says Brydone. "Some were a compound of five or six animals which have no resemblance in nature. In one instance the head of a lion was set upon the neck of a goose, with, the body of a lizard, the eyes of a goat and the tail of a fox. Upon the back of this object stood another with five or six heads and a grove of horns. There is no kind of horn in the world that he has not collected, and his pleas ure is to see them all flourishing on the same skull." Of such horrors there were GOO in the avenue and courtyard alone when Brydone saw the collection, and the prince maintained a regiment of sculp- tors who were rewarded proportion- ately to their success in designing new and unparalleled combinations. The effect upon a superstitious peasantry ! may be imagined. So serious was the agitation that the government of Sicily ' threatened to demolish the wonderful array several times, but a prince of Valguanera was not to be offended in j those days without the gravest cause, j Matrons of Palermo would not take ; their drives in that direction, fearing ' .7 . n. . e .1,.. 1 , i was eccentric in another fashion. Here the madman diverted himself i with columns and arches and pyramids ! of cups and saucers, teapots and tve ; like cemented together. One column, for instance, started from a great por celain vase of shape familiar ia bed rooms, but not elsewhere. The shaft was teapots, with the spouts protrud ing, graduated in size up to a capital of flowerpots. The openings of win dows were incrusted In this manner. China was rare and fine in Sicily at that day, and most of the pieces thU3 treated had great value. The prince's bedroom was a chamber of supreme horror, neptliea. awful liejoad cpa OF HAMMOND ELL VAT OR COMPANY ions, Cotton , nd other ex. Telephone Lake Shore 443 ception had their home there, inter mixed with pleasing busts and statues which, if turned, showed a skeleton or a hideous representation of decrepi tude. We have never observed an al lusion to these things in a modern work of travel. Perhaps the govern ment destroyed them at the prinee'p death, beggared by his mania. Preparing Mrrinfcors. Whoever has not struggled desper ately at a luncheon or dinner to cut through the stiff, crisp shell of a me ringue glace, in Imminent peril of land ing it on one's own or, worse yet, one's neighbor's best gown? Now, a meringue to be, truly delicious must be soft and creamy all through, quite precluding any such misfortune. How is that de sirable crcaminess to be attained? Very simply. Before serving your meringue remove it from the freezer and let It stand in the open air for a time say, twenty minutes. For a plain family dinner it might be taken out just after the soup is removed. This allows the ice cream to permeate the shell and makes the meringue much more deli cious. HAMMOND FRUIT STORE P. Lencioni & Go, Manufacturer of Brick Ice Cream Pure Ice Cream wholesale or retail. S Fine Fruits, Candies, Cig'ars, To- i baccos. j 302 Stale St. Hammond, ind Fred Dumke Shoes Repaired ; 22.1 Mick Avenue. Library. Opposite ily latest and most improved ma chinery, coupled with 35 years prac tical experience, enables me to make your old shoes look like new. iloney to Loan In any amount on ehcrt notice, on real estate or personal property, by Stinson Bros. Attorneys at Law, Stenographer and notary in office. All inquiries strictly confidential. Suitfl 105, First National Back Building nacexnond led. ' V- 'h Monument. If we were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr. Miles' Heart Cure, and who would to-day be in their graves had not Dr. Miles' been successful in perfecting" this wonderful heart specific, they would pop ulate a large city. What a remarkable record a breathing, thinking, moving monument, composed of human lives, that for which every other earthly possession is sac rificed. The Miles Medical Co. re ceive thousands of letters front these people like the following: "I feel Indebted to the Dr. Miles Heart Cure for my life. I desire to call the attention of others Buffering as I did to thla remarkable remedy for th heart. For a lonr time I had suffered from shortness of breath after any littla exertion, palpitation of the heart; and at times terrible pain in the region of the heart, so serious that I feared that I would some time drop dead upon the street. One day I read one of your circulars, and Immediately went to my druggist and purchased two bot tles of the Heart Cure, and took It according to directions, with the result that I am enUrely enrea. SInc then I never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy to my friends who hae heart trouble; In fact I am a traveling adrertlsment, for I am widely known In thla locality." J. H. BOWMAN, Manager of Lebanon Democrat, Kashville. Tenn. i Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist, who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit. If It falls he will refund your money. , Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind KMi . e0 YEARS' "V EXPERIENCE Trade Marks .-O Designs 'r-jrtff Copyrights Ac. 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