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. FRIDAYyULY 0, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES VAQB SEVEN ani Column Special eale of Railroad Watches for CO days only. CHAS. ARKIN, 6-J.laio 142 Hohman St. Wanted Waiters at the Maine .Restaurant. 4-10-tf i Stout's coal leares no whiskers on the store lids Rest that can be bought. Try it. No. 230 State street Phone 1622. l6-t Geo. P. Stoat leads in coal and wood. If you are nut dealing witi him yoa are the looser. No. 250 State street Phone 1622. v 1-6-tf. Carter's first clais livery and nn dertabinj; open day and night. Ain bulanoe calls answered promptly. e-sa-tf FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room house, 50 foot lot, in heart of the city. In quire 19 State street, Hammond. 6,24,1m. . FOR SALE A good, worked up laun dry, cheap. 13423 Erie Ave., Hege wlsch, 111. 7-2-lwk Entire household outfit for sale. Must go regardless of cost. Inquire at once at 264 Indiana Ave. 7-2-lwk The name of the Erlebach Plan ing Mill is changed to the Invalir Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 40G 408-410-412, Indiana Avenue. Tt phone 1871. 6-21-tt " WANTED TO RENT 2 or 3 furnished or unfurnished rooms for married couple. Permanent. Ad dress, C. V., Lake County Times. 7,52t. WANTED First-class stenographer: state experience, salary and refer ences. Address C. 30 care Time: office. 7-5-3t New Map of Lake County, in - Mr. 'J. T. Edwards of Crown Poinr has nearly completed one of the mo. accurate and up-to-date maps ere published of Lake County, after tw years of hard labor. Map will Ij completed in a few weeks. Send it your order to J. T. EDWARDS, , Crown Point, Ind.. Or R. L. MILLER, . Hammond. Ind. State of Indiana, County of Lake, In Justice Court, Hefore William A. Jor dan. Justice of the Peace. Margaret E. Stewart, Plaintiff, vs C. A. Curtia, whose true christian name is unknown. fcmith A Justus yjg. Co.. a J NQTICE. corporation. h-iUBOunr, ron Wayne & Chicago Ky. Co., a corporation. Pennsylrania Company, a cor poration, defendants. The Plaintiff in the above cause ha vine tiled her complaint therein, together with theatfi.lavi' of a competent person, statuyr therein that the defendant C. A. Curtis, whose true christian nar.it - is unknown Is A.onveiiient at the iUttt oi laii iana.aud t hat said Ctiattn is a rcsnlen t of the St a. of Ohio, jThat the defendant Smith &Jutu. Manufacturing Company, a corporation, is foreUrn corporation, and that the cause of actio alleged in plaintiff's complaint arose iu la . atate, and that the action ia brought to enloiv collection of plaintiff a damantl upon propert now held in this State by foreclosing a boar.t tag house lien in favor of plaintiff upon sai property, and that each of said defendants luvv. property within this mate. Now, Therefore, the said defendants C. A Cnrtia, whose true christian tiame is u.iknown and Smith & Justus Mfg. Co.. a corporation retoh hereby notified that unlc.-w they le an ' appear before me, the undersigne.l Justice or tn Peace on Saturday, the 25th day of August. t the hearing of said cause to be held at my oi flee. Room 7 Tapper Block, in the City of Ham mond, in said County and State and answer o demurrer to plaintiff's complaint in said cause the same wil be beard and determined in theL absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto se, my hand and affix the seal of said Court this SJdday of June. 1906. WILLIAM A. JORDAN. Justice of the i'eace. John Przybyl FIRST CLASS Buffet and Restaurant First Class Board. Meals . at all hours. Phone 3101. 295 S. Hohman St., Cor. Douglas r --HAMMOND, IND. STSSaSHSHiiHS db cib cib dia iaBa K fl BEST IN TO WN i When Vu Are Hungry R6MSMBGK Trlfc M A I N E RESTADRANT AND LUNCH ROOM in is Meals at Ai Hours For Ladies and Gentlemen BEREOLOS BROS.. 1 U 122 S. llohman Street u HP CTP erp t,"P c p q c; crp ca era t?n For Ice Cream and Cold Drinks N. HORELLI & CO. f IS THE HEADQUARTERS Ice cream for partys and picnics at moderate prices Bricks a specialty Phone 2031. 25S So. riohraan 1I1S TIE CAV1LERS British Foreign Secretary intt mates That There Is Danger ' of Trouble in Egypt. FANATICISM BAISING ITS HEAD Critics of' the Recent Penalties on Murderers Playing with a Fire That Kasily Slay Be Made Costly. London, July G. In the course of the consideration of the foreign estimates by the house of commons several mem bers offered criticisms, especially urg ing that a fleet be not seat to Cron etadt. John Dillon, Nationalist, strong ly denounced what he termed the bru tal barbarism of flogging and elec tions in Egypt, accusing Sir Edward (Irey, the foreign secretary, of a desire to cloak the affair. Sir Edward, In a general reply, stated that all foreign relations were friendly. With regard to the Egyptian affair, he accepted full responsibility, and pointed out that danger might accrue, when dealing with eastern people, through dlscus sions of this kind. Chin Music Out of Place. The secretary proceeded to refer to the great growth of fanatical feeling in Egypt and throughout North Africa recently which might necessitate even further measures to protect Europeans in Egypt, and speaking In a solemn manner said: "As things are now I say deliberately, and with a full sense of responsibility, that if parliament Goes anything at this moment to weaken or destroy the authority of the Egyp tian government you will come face to face with a very serious situation; foi should fanaticism get the better of constituted authority there might arise the necessity for extreme measures.' Deprecates Outside Meddling. With regard to the proposed visit of a British fleet to Cronstadt the foreign secretary" said he felt assured that the central government of Itusssia was neither aware of nor had connived at the recent unfortunate occurrences. No interference from the outside would strengthen a reform party, but rather reactionaries or revolutionists. As a British fleet was in the Baltic last ye, and had not visited Russian ports li would be remarkable if a fleet did riot go this year. He hoped the usual civili ties would be observed. Visit Cannot Be Abandoinl The fleet would go entirely without reference to Russian internal affairs. It would be lmposUl!:le to make a change now without giving rise to the suspicion , t ha t rent Br ita In JVvas taking sides. The visit would be in a friendly spirit, to pay compliments to Emperor Nicholas and the Russian nation. Sir Edward said be could not imagine the Russian parliament interpreting the visit as taking sides. The only safe rule in the present Russian trouble, he added, was to avoid comment and in terference. Through all that was hnp pending there were signs that the vi tality, energy and character of a great people are working to a great future. DASTARD'S DEADLY W0BK lie Murders a Young Girl and Then Takes His Own Miscreant Life -His Victim Waylaid. Des Moines, la.. July 6. At the close of a Fourth of July dance at Manning, la., Ernest Koehnke, a young farmer, shot and instantly killed 18-year-old Lucy Fisher and then ended his own life. Miss Fisher was the daughter of a wealthy farmer, who discouraged Koehnke's attentions. He became diabolically jealous and concealed himself in the tall grass near her home, where he shot her just as she parted from the neighbors who bad accompanied her from the dance. He leveled his revolver point blank at her breast, and the bullet pierced hep heart and killed her instantly. Then he turned the gun on himself and hlsr death was also instantaneous. A Fanny Siamese Custom. They have a very funny fashion la Slam. When an inferior comes Into the presence of a superior he throws himself upon the ground. Then the superior sends one of his attendants forward to see whether the prostrate man has been eating anything or has any offensive odor about him. If he be blameless in this respect the at tendant raises him from the ground, but if he be guilty the attendant straightway kicks him out Liquor In Candles. "Practically every known liquor, as well as whisky and brandy. Is made up Into candy In one form or an other," says a Chicago confectioner. ' You can get In bonbons of various kinds creme de menthe, cognac, kum mel. Chartreuse, cherry brandy or ben pdictine." North Dakota Socialists. Fargo. N. D.. July 6. The Socialists f North Dakota celebrated the Fourth fy nominating a complete state ticket, being the first party to hold a state convention. The ticket named is head ed for governor by L. F. Dow, of Grand Forks. II. McK. Twombly's Son Drowned Ashland, N. II. July 0. H. McK. Twombly, Jr., IS years old. and the only son of IL McK. Twombly, the New York capitalist, was drowned while swimming In Big Squam lake, iloidercess, N. U. RAILROAD HIES The Barber Asphalt Paving Com pany whose headquarters are in New York City, has decided to dispense with all its female employes. The extension of the Monon west from Quincy on the main line is be ing pushed. Fully 600 laborers are at work with several construc tion trains and steam shovels, the purpose being to complete the road to the extensive coal fields and this fall to begin delivering coal from the mines on its line. It is said that being short of pas senger equipment summer excursion trips over the lines of the Pennsyl vania are more or less restricted. The company expects to replace its wood en coaches with all steel cars. The policy of the company is understood to be not to order new equipment until the practicability of steel cars has been settled by experiments now being made. There is talk of a longer car being made than the one now being tested. CONFERENCE DATE IS CHANGED. ' Bishop John W. Hamilton, of San Francisco, has notified Rev. D. M. Wood, presiding elder of the Valpa raiso district of the Northern Indi ana conference of the M. E. church, of a change of date for the confer ence.' It will convene at Lebanon, Sept. 12, instead .of Sept. 26. This will bring the conference two weeks earlier than originally intended and will meet with the almost unanimous approval of conference members. VISITORS FROM SOUTH CHICAGO. George W. Boiling, publisher of the South Chicago Calumet, chaperoned a party today in an automobile tou; through Hammond. Tolleston and Gary. The party's first stop was the Lake County Times office where ar inspection of the model newspapei plant was made. "This looks pretty good to me,'' said Mr. Boiling. The party included Alderman P. H. Moynihan, Albert Mohr, George Mur ray, Thomas J. O'Donnell and Thomas Dwyer. MUNICIPAL TANGLE AT TERRE HAUTE Terre Haute, Ind., July 6. The complications arising from the refus al of Mayor Edwit. Bi ; nan to ac cept removal from office by impeach rnent will become worse by attempt to punish the mayor and the cour ?ilmen who voted hi:n out of office oc charges of contempt of court. In the circuit court there was av, order against Controller Buckingham assuming to act as acting mayor, an ' three councilmen procured an ordr : from the superior court restrainin, the mayor from presiding at th meeting of the council last night which action Is said to be contempt of the circuit court's recognition of Bidaman as mayor de facto. The order of the superior court was directed to the mayor and re strained him and all persons acting on his authority from interrupting the proceedings of the council. Loui. Reichman, his attorney, arose in ttv meeting and promised to have the three councilmen punished for con tempt, and as he did this while sit ting with the mayor in the chamber both will be proceeded against. BETTER GATE SERVICE. Attention is again called to the fact that the gate service on Shef field Avenue where the B. &. O. and the Pennsylvania railroads cross, is very poor. The report was made to the police by people living in that neighborhood. Artificial Birds. In very early times men began to experiment with a view to making artificial birds and animals that would Imitate the motions of living creatures, and if we are to believe the records, some of the artists In that line were remarkably successful. Archytas of Tarentum, who lived ia the year 400 B. C, constructed an artificial pigeon that could fly, but which was not able to resume its flight ! after once alighting. chanical skill, constructed an artificial eagle, which on the entry of Emperor Maximilian into Nuremberg flew out to meet him, and, returning, alighted on the city gate to await his approach. A Parson's Swearing;. "Parson" Blodgett, a former local preacher residing in Linden, had in front of his house a watering trough freely patronized by people riding by. One evening a man hurriedly drove up to water his horse, and the wheel of his wagon struck the trough vio lently. The "parson" came out hur riedly and cried: "Hog rabbited to hemp seed tobacco! Can't you drive straight?" "Go in and shut the door." replied the driver, "and next time you want to swear, parson, do it lik other men." Boston Herald, THEATRICAL NOTES. "The Lion and the Mouse" is play ing to the largest houses ever known In the history of Chicago, at the Illi nois Theater. Performances are given every night, including Sunday, and matinees Wednesday and Saturday. Evening performances are over at 10:45, allowing mple time for out-of-town patrons of the Illinois to catch their trains. "The Lion and the Mouse" is the first play to be based on frenzied fi nance conditions, and its timely theme has much to do with its sen sational success. The public insists in identifying the "lion" with John D. Rockefeller. The play has at tracted widespread comment from newspapers and magazines. "The Lion and the Mouse" is more like the great American play, for which the public has been long wait ing, than any piece that has been seen on the Chicago stage for many years. It is the greatest theatrical value ever offered and any American who has his country's welfare at heart should see this interesting drama. The company is a finely capable one and inlists the services of Ar thur Byron, Gertrude Coghlan, Geo. Parsons, Joseph Kilgour, Grace Thorne, Flora Juliet Bowley, A. S. Lipman, Edith Shayne, P. S. Barrett, Florence Gerald, Edward See, Lillian Dix W. H. Burton and Ada Curry. Horace Wild's airship will begin its flights at White City. Chicago's famous amusement park, next Sun lay, July 8, if the atmospheric con litioa are in any way favorable. This invention owes its novel and in genious features to the mechanical genius of Western Inventors, who 'rave given the problem practical at tention. While holding the best in other devices, they have made so many other additions of their own, that Mr. Wild feels he will have no trouble at all in sailing, over his pre scribed fourteen-mile course, from White City around the down-town tall buildings and return, every day without a rain or wind storm. The open air hippodrome has a .-omplete change of bill this week vith the exception of Cameroni in his :reat biide for life from the top of the White City tower. ' The new features include Howard's comedy ponies and dogs, the Four Marvels in their grotesque tnmbling and high kicking, and the Ward trio. WANTED Engineer,, experienced on condensing engines and Corliss valve gear. Must be sober and fur nish references. States experience and salary expected. Address, box 3S4, Hammond, Ind. 7,6,2t. PROPOSALS Hammond Ind., June 30, 1906 Sealed proposals will be received by the building committee until 6 p. m., July ICth, 1906. for the erection of a two story and basement brick and stone Methodist church building to be located on Russell Street. The work comprises the following: The build ing complete except heating, certi fied check. 5 per cent, payable to W. C. Belman. Secty, Building Commit tee. Plans, specifications and pro posal blanks can be had at the office of the architect, J, T. Hutton, 306 Hammond Bldg. All bids to be in the hands of W. C. Belman, Secty. Building Committee, 6 o'clock sharp. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids. PROPOSALS Hammond Ind., June 30, 1906 Sealed proposals will be received by the building committee until 6 p. m. July 16th. 1906, for the install ation of a steam heating plant in the new M. E. church building located on Kusseu St. cerunea cheek t p. c. payable to W. C. Belman Secty. Building Committee. Plans and spe cifications can be had at the office of the architect, J. T. Hutton, 306 Ham mond building. AH bids to ; be in the hands of W. C. Bellman, Sec retary. building comlttee at b o'clock p. m., sharp. The Tight is reserved to reject any or all bids. Personally Conducted Four Week Eastern Tour. A personally conducted party in a special train of Pullman Sleepers, in eluding a diniDg car, will leave Chi cago via the Wabash, July 5th, for a few weeks' toor of the East, covering the following route: Detroit, Toronto, Niagara Falls, Kingston, St. LawreDce River, Thou sand Islands, Montreal, Ottawa, Que bec. White Mountains. Portland, Me., Old Orchard. Portsmouth, Plymouth, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, fiai timore, Washington, Pittsburg and Toledo. Rates very reasonable. For com plete itinerary of the trip, with rates and other details address. F. H. TRISTEAN, Ass't General lr assenger Agsns, '.Portable Cottasres ;'-V . - v 1 -y : - .t - . s -t '. i"' u " . ' . . ti I a " 7v . .'is t ' , . . t " e-'., . ..i T . ' . " :' -v" . ' : . . . . . . .. . v . .. . , . .. - . : . . " ..VI 1, .-. , .J.- .. t. . - .. . .-, - - ...J..... . ..... J ... j. , !. .... ... .. .. Style No. 2. THE PREMIER PORTABLE COTTAGE Cm be erected In To hours. References: First National Biik, St. Johns, r.ich. State Bank. St. Johns, Mich. 1 be St. Johns New, St. Johns, Mich. Hi SEND AT ONCE FOR BOOKLET NO. 19. DO NOT DELAY, CHAS. H. MANLEY, Premier Mfg. Works, Dept. B, St. Johns, Mich. WABASH RAILROAD. East Bound. No. 14 Local points to Detroit. Hammond ,11 48 a.m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & Nev York, Hammond. . 3:4Sp. m No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond . . .11:48 p. m. West Bonnd. No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., Hammond 6:16 a. m. No. 9 to Chicago, St. Louis & Kan sas City, Hammond. .. . 9:34 a.m. No. 1 to Chicago, Hammond . 3:03 p. m. No. 13 to Chicago St. Louis & Kan sas City 8: 40 p. m. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through trains to Toledo, O. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars and sleeper. All trains dally. For any information 'phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ast. Gen. asgr Agt 97 Adams street, Chica go, III. Fred N.T Hickok, Agent, . -Hammond. Michigan Central Excursions. The Michigan Cantral on Fri day and Saturday of each week until September 29th will sell week-end return tickets to St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Harbor, New Buffalo, Three Oaks, Buchanan and Niles, Michigan at $2.00 for round trip. To Dowagiac and return, $2.75. To Lawton and return, $3.00. Good for return un til Monday after date of sale. I. E. Dickinson, 6.9,6t. Ticket Agent. Wabash Excursions FROM CHICAGO $14.40 $20.00 $21.00 $22.50 $21.00 TORONTO and Return. On sale daily. MONTREAL and Return. On sale tally CONCORD and Rtlnr. On $a!e June 1S to 30, and Jul 18: Aug. 4 22; Sept. 5 and 19. fCRTUSO, Ha., and P.turt. Selling dates same at to Concord RUTLAND, Vt.. and Raton Suhrg datej tame as h Concord. roportionate rates to many other points in Canada and New England For complete details as to stop-overs. etc. addresa F. H. TRISTRAM, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. Time Table ERIE. RAILROAD. n effect in effect on and after June 24, '06 Going East. Train No. Train to Time." 4, dialy, New York ll;53am 10, daily, Buffalo 6:02pm S, daily, New York. .... .10; 25pm 24, daily except Sunday local Huntington 8:10am 14, daily except Sunday ......express New York 4:20pm 26, daily, Rochester 4:35pm 28, daily except Sunday........ suburban, arrives 6:55pm 102, Sunday only, Bass Lake 9:00am Going: West I Train No. Train from Time. I 3, daily. New York. ..... 4:4pm 19. daily. Buffalo , 7:30am It would be impossible to equal this delightful little cottage even if double the price was paid. It is only by manufacturing large quan tities that we can supply such a house at the price. Built in sections of selected white pine cove siding 7-Sinch thick. Standards of yellow pine and an interior wall of select yellow pine grooved, tongued and matched. This building is equally suitable for summer or winter use. The roof is in sections and is soundly con structed of yellow pine over which is laid best quality waterproof can vas, duck. The windows are glared and open outward. Doors are fitted as sketchy There is a porch in front and if desired a small kitchen. 6 ft. by 9 ft., can be placed at rear for which an extra charge of 225.00 is made. We can build you any size house. Tel. 2032. J 9 Ko li Building Contractors Buy a lot and build your own home. Suit yourself. We loan the money to build and build yourhouse for you. G. W. HUNTER A utomouue xbut Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State. Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 Huthn Block, HAMOMND, IND. 7, daily, New York...... 6:12am 13, daily except Monday,N.Y.9: 50pm 21, Daily except Monday Huntington 3:50pm 5, daily, Rochester 8:45am 27, daily ex. Sun. suburban 5:45am lOl.Sunday only.Bass Lake 9:50pm A. M. DeWeese, Agent. F.10H0I3 Time Table Effective June 3d, 1906. SOUTH No 35 : . 12 03 am No 5 ' -.9 19 am No 33 .; ...12 50 pm No 39 ... 3 55 pm No 3- . ..9 50pm- NOBTH No 4 6 10 am No 36 f6 47 am No 40 ; - 936 am No 32 . 11 11 am No 38... s4 39 pm No 6 : ... 5 02 pm No 30 x7 49 pm S Denotes Sunday only. X Daily except Sunday. F Flag stop only. ' i. C. D0WSI2J6, AgTCDt. MICHIGAN CENTRAL. The Niagara Falls Eoute. Time card in effect June 17th, 1906: Trains East. No. 2, Detroit and Local Ex... : . . 7:58 a. m. No. 42, Grand Rapids Spl. Ex. 1 1:54 p. m. No. 60, Resort Spl. Friday and Saturday only 2: 37 p. m. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acc'm. Ex, 3:55 p.m. No. 44, Grand Rapids Exp. D.. i - 7:40 p. m. No. 6, Detroit Express, D 10:47 p. m. No. 36, Atlantic Express, D.... .12: 49 a. m. No. 14 due at 3:47 p. m. will stop for passengers for Kalamazoo or points east thereof. No. 10 due at 11:10 a. m. will stop for passengers for Buffalo or points east thereof when advance notice is given. Trains West. No. 41, Grand Rapids and Chicago Exp. D 6:20 a. m. No. 37. Pacific Express D. 6:4 0 a.m. No. 63. Resort Spl Monday only . . ; . - 9:22 a, m. No. 27, Chicago Accm Ex. 9: 55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Rapids & Chgo. Exp.. .....11:53 a, ra. 09 PRICE r t FRHIGHT PAID Guaranteed Ten Years . i Size, I2xlS ft. V a BulU . Orecohoases, Conservator! , Art HkHtMS Pavtltos. Churches, Hospitals, Studio, StofM, Offices sad Porta felo BaBdtag of Dcscrfpttoa. 4ii sohi st: ins: & 91 S. HOHMAN STREET No. 9, JJiclT& Chicago Exp. D. . ; 2:06 p. m. No.. 45, Gd. Rapids & Ctgo. Spl. D 4: 08 p. ra. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. ' 5:12 tf. el No. 47, Kal. & Chgo. Exp. Ex. . . . .7:05 p. m. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday only 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only.. 9:35 p. m. Ex. Daily except Sunday. D. Daily. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Pennsylvania Lin Schedule in effect Sunday, Not. 25; '05 Lv Hamd Ar Chi Lv CM Ar B&md x 5 50 a m 6 45 a m all S5 p m 11 22 xa R 9 7 3 6 41 7 45 4 ti 5 30 4 6 41 600 6 53 8 05 M 9 01 8 50 1011 1120 ' 12 38pta X 8 00 9 00 BlOll " 11 10 X1283 pm 1 83 p m 3 31 ' 4 80 X4 48 6 32 5 32 x7 00 605 6 SO 700 8 00 3 50 pm 4 43 " i it 4 15 4 S 32 4 30 540 6 15 5 32 6 42 ? 17 tt Daily x Daily except Sunday s Sunday only Excursions Erie Railroad. $13 35 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on s&ia July 6th and July 27th. Eetura limit 80 days from data of sale. Co. One dollar excursion to Baas Lake, Ind., commencing. June 24th and erery Sunday following until Sept. 23d, 1906, inclusire. Good only on Sunday special excursions. To Bippus, Ind. east, Chicago, 111, west, and and all intermediate points and return, erery Sunday at one fare for round trip, good going and re turning only on date of sale. Bag gage cannot be checked on Sunday ex cursion tickets. For additional information call at Erie ticket office or write A. M. De Weese, assistant agent Erie Railroad Co., Hammond, Ind. NOTICE TO EIDB2BS. Trustees of school, City of Ham mond, will receive bid3 until 6 p. el, July 12th, 1906, for the furnishing of coal for Hammond public achool3. Bidding blanks furnisaed on appli cation by the Superintendent. Board reserves right to reject any or all bids. H. F. Meilile, Secy. 6, 19, Sw. li j J ! A " r