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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
FRIDAY, JULY G. 1906) PAGE EIGHT Cl HELAYS IT TO HEARST Tom Tz.re:art Denies That His Company !s Violating tho ! .. JL ,, . & Anti-Gambling Laws, i REPLIES TO A V70RLD DEMAND Kew York Paper Calls cn Hiia ta Ee eijn His Party Office. Democratic Chairman Says the Sensa tional Stories Published Em anate from the Hearst I'apers and Are ' False. French Lick Springs, Ind., July G. Thomas Tacrgart. chairman of the Democratic national committee, has given the Associated 1'rss the follow ing statement made In reply to the de mand made by the New York World that he resign the chairmanship of the THOMAS TAGGART. national Democratic "niinittee: "The New York World has allowed itself to le Imposed upon by the false- and Fcniulalous publications of a rival newspaper, whose elitor is my person al enemy for reasons best known to himself. No llaid on Taggart.'s Hotel. "There has been no raid, norattcmpt ed raid, upon the French Lick Springs hotel, nor has such a thing been thought-of, save by Mr. Hearst and his c-r'tspondents. A building owned 'ryttff French Lick Springs company, 'wholly disconnected from the hotel property, was leased to a party to be used for billiards and bowling alley with a strong chaise against gambling In the ler.se. 'After a time this tenant permitted gambling. We brought suit for possession on the ground of the breach of that provision in the lease, and recovered judgment, lie appealed the case, and it is pending for trial ill the present term of court. Io Not Tolerate (anihlin?. "The t-tate authorities have supple mented our efforts to recover posses sion by raiding that building, and that is all there is to the grossly sensation al publications in which The World has placed erencueo. The French Lick Spiiugs bote! lias not and will not tol erate gambling m any form on its premises. This is attested by the court records, which show our efforts to sup press it, and it is well known to Mr. Hearst, who Mith such knowledge con tinues the publication of his vindictive and libelous falsehoods. I regret that The World has seen fit to dignify these atrocious falsehoods. by' editorial men tion. The proposition that I should resign is preposterous. It deserves and will receive no attention." - Is This the Cnnse of Altnck? Attention is called by intimate friends of Taggart, who are usually authorized to speak for iiin. to the fact that on June 7 the Indiana IKinoernt 1c state convention unaniinouslv in dorsed W. J. r.ryan fur the presidential nomination, and ,tat the attacks on Taggart have followed this action, .which whs attributed-to the mriueuee of National Chairman Taggart. GASES AllE CONTINUED Attorney General Miller Says Tag gart's Suits Are Only "Jokes." Taoli, Ind.! July 6. Judge Thomas Fusklrk granted a continuance of the French Lick and West Hadeu hotel cases till July 13 on the request of the hotel companies, which was acceded to by Attorney General Miller on the promise that in the meantime no gam iding would be allowed at either place. The hotel companies were represented by Alon7.o Green Smith, ex-attorney general of InJiaua, and other lawyers from Indianapolis. Faoli and Salem. Fifty additional affidavits were filed by the state against the eleven attendants of the casinos, arrested when the raids were made. The total mun!er of af fidavits against them is now seveuty two. John W. Kern, of counsel for the ho tel companies, during the- argument called attention to the damage that had been dor.e tho two properties, val ued at S'J.otiO.OW, on account of pub lication of the raids, and insisted ihed the hotel companies hud no control of the casinos whatever; that the casinos hud been leased to third persoBS for a term of years, and that after the leases had been signed the hotel companies had brought suit to cancel those leases upon finding that gambling was being tU4vve4 ui thft casiuos, a&4 that these M. v i t v " 7 ; Si ;i suits are now pending la the Orango county courts. Attorney General Mil-; i ler said these suits brought to cancel I the leases . were "jokes." i EOSGES GTS HIS SEUTEECE ; . , , -. Promotor ortbe Ubero Swindle Is Sent Lp for rrom TwejTe to Fif. teen Years. Boston. July C. Ferdinand E. Borges, formerly of Indiana, and cn promoter of th TTbero Plantation com pany, has been sentenced to serve from twelve to fifteen years in state prison at hard labor for larceny and con-! spiracy. Uorges was convicted on sev-j enty-thrf e counts of larceny and one of j conspiracy in connection with the af-; fairs of the Ubero company. He was Indicted with ex-Representative Wil liam I). Owen, of Indiana, who has not yet been arrested. Borges, whose wife sat near him, a the sentence was announced was ap parently astounded at the punishment, lie recovered bin self-control quickly, however. Before announcing the sen tence Judge White reviewed the evi dence in the case. He declared that the evidence Know! that Borges wa do less than "a common and notorious thief." WE HAVE LAWS TO BDEN Congress at Its Late Session Enacted Nearly Twice as Many rt Both Sessions of the 1'reeeding. Washington. July G. A detailed statement of the work of the house of. representatives during the first ses sion of the Fifty-ninth congress, just closed, as given out by Winthrop C. Jones, tally clerk, shows that there were 4.H01 bills passed by the house and oU2 left undisjKsed of. The "bills" is inclusive of bills, and simple, joint, and concurrent resolutions. The total number of laws enacted by this congress is given ofiicially as o.OSO, while the Fifty-eighth congress in both its first and second sessions enacted a total of 2.1'.5rt laws. These are exclu sive of public and private resolutions; of which there were fity-four enacted at the session just closed and thirty nine in the two sessions of the preced ing congress. SIX DIE IN THE WAXES Five Young Women and a Man Lose Their Lives at Lake Manawa, Near Omaha. Omaha, July Q. Five additional bodies, those of four young women and a man, have been recovered from the waters of Lnke Manawa, where Wednesday night more than 100 per sons, while watching a display of fire works on the lake, were precipitated into sixteen feet of water from a float ing dock. Six are therefore known, to have perished. Eight persons were injured, all of whom will recover. The dead so far known are: Mary Looney, South Omaha; Mary Sheehan and Bessie .Hyland, Omaha; Mary West, Council Muffs; Lena Hosenblum and Scott E. Huff, Omaha. Meeting Seems Is Much Desired. Denver. July 0. Invitations have been extended to Theodore Roosevelt and William J. Hryaii to attend the sixteenth annual convention of the In ternational Leflgue of Tress Clubs Aug. 27 to Sept. J. Tillman's Fences All Right. Columbia, S. C, July 6. Colonel W. W. Lumpkin has withdrawn from the race for United States senator. This leaves the field clear for Senator Till man's re-election. NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE There were '5,713 rural mail routes put into operation during tne fiscal year Just closed. The investigation of the alleged to bacco trust has been commenced be fore the federal grand jury at Nash ville, Tenn. Secretary Taft has determined to make a trip of Inspection westward next October to Fort Uiley and Fort Leavenworth, as well as to Fort Sam Huston, at San Antonio. Representative and Mrs. Longworth have arrived at Paris. Michael Anagnos, president of the Greek Union of America, died June 29 at Turn-Sevcrin, Roumania. He was Mrs. Julia Wanl Howe's soa-in-law. Miss Sutton, the international wo man tennis champion, was defeated in the finals by Miss Douglass, British, nt Wimbledon, The Spanish cabinet has again re signed, and King Alfonso has charged General Lopez Dominguez to form a new one. The peasants of the village of Sul tanava. Russia, attackd the superin tendent of police and beat him almost to death. George W. Householder, who start ed the first evening paper in Kansas City, is dead there, aged SI years. The erection of a memorial in Salis bury cathedra! to the memory of the victims of the Plymouth special disas ter is suggested at Salisbury. Grover Cleveland is suffering from an attack, of asthma, to which he is subject, at his home. Princeton, X. J. He Is not seriously ill. Augustus St. Gaudens. the sculptor, is ill at his summer home at Windsor, Vt. Thomas C. Henley, aged 43 years, will die as a result of his heroism in saving his family from flames which destroyed his home at Philadelphia. The mangled bodies of two unknown Italians were found at Terry, three miles from Lad. S. D. They had cele brated the Fourth with dynamite. Orders have been issued to assemble sixteen American battleships for man euver Lu the north, Atlantic. Humor end Philosophy Ey DUNCAN M. SMITH THE DAY It's all right to talk of a sane celebration When Fourth of July is a full month away, But sanity goes on a hurried vacation The moment we toot for the glorious day. ' J Hurrah for the Fourth, for the great Jubilation, When quiet is sent in disgrace to the rear; Th day we rise up and sing out as a nation To let the world know we are glad we are here. We couldn't do Justice, I fear, on the quiet To all o the feelings that surge in our breast. For custom has placed on the cracker its fiat. And youthful America tends to the rest. We let down the bars, and our feelings run riot; With shouting and shooting all voids wo must fill. We've grovn so accustomed to noise for a diet We wouldn't know how, I'm afraid, to be still. We humbled the British, we're free to confess it; Of course we forgive them, but it is a fact. The record is written, and who would' suppress it Or say that it wasn't a glorious act? Our joy is supreme, and we have to ex press it. And how can we do it except by a . noise? Tou see an old man, and. you never would guess it. But he has grown young and is one of the boys. Thenv shoot off the cracker and send up the rocket And turn the boys loose for a season insane. You may as well let them; there's no way to block it. For would it be Fourth if the sparks didn't rain? From Portland out west all the way to Woonsocket The popping proceeds In an orderly way. For noise unrestrained has the place on the docket The moment we enter the glorious day. Liked Urging. "Mabel didn't enjoy the party be cause she didn't sing." "But they asked her to several times." "I , know, but she wanted them to bind her with ropes and drag her to the piano In spite of all resistance and force her to warble." Would Surely Keep Him Alive. "Wilson stands a good chance of liv ing a long time now that he has got that young doctor." "Is he, then, so good?" "I -don't know about that, but the doctor needs the money." Want to Make a Good Job. "Why do men marry?" "Well, when they do It is usually the only way left them to make 6ome par ticular woman miserable." f First Aid. Tour conversation need not las; With nothing else in view. This query you can always flag: "Is It hot-enough for you?" Happy Days. "How's the new doctor getting on? "He seems to be enjoying the ill health of the community to the highest degree." Naturally. "But how can he live without an in come?" "He sells the recipe telling how to do it to the suckers." Imitating Royalty. i Dot's a L' He spent his money like a prince That is, a prir.ee who's up to date. For when they handed him the bill He said. "Just mark it on the slate." PERT PARAGRAPHS. In at least two particulars a dog is different from a human being. The canine has four legs and never goes back on his friends. Once those who danced had to pay the fiddler, but now they get a pianola and touch the button. A cute woman will pretend that she doesn't understand baseball even if she does, so that her escort may feel superior. Agreeable work is the nearest thing to the elixir of life that has been dis covered. All the world loves a lover, but espe cially dealers who sell furniture on the installment plan. When Greek meets Greek nowadays the conversation turns on the condition of the banana trade. Any old job looks good if you are hungry enough. Mm Af M INK FRENCH LINGERIE. AN IMPORTANT FEATURE OF THE SMART SUMMER- WARCROBE. Dainty Chem le For Wear With Em. plre t!owi-Ftw Women Can Ret 1st I These Fascinating Garments of i Fine Linen. Whatever may be the opinion of the universal suitability of empire frock3 and topcoats, there can be little doubt in anybody's mind concerning the over whelming charm of the empire under wear. Chemises and nightgowns are being made u? in this 6tyle la great numbers In the fashionable French houses. Few women will be able to re sist these fascinating new garments of fine linen, batiste, nainsook, lace and embroidery. The empire chemises are quite an important item of an entire empire outfit, and since they are of such delicate material and so carefully cut it does cot seem that they could In terfere appreciably with the longest walsted of tight fitting bodices. Tb.3 empire chemises have much more of the charm of the old empire frocks than have the outer garments of the revival. Careful study of these garments side by side has revealed the reason for this as lying in the fact that the chemises are cut actually on the old empire lines and are trimmed with the same Ideal in mind. The chemises, like the old empire frocks, are very scanty In the body and indeed through out their length. The sleeves are mere ly straps or the tiniest of puffs, per fectly flat and not falling much off of the shoulder. The trimming Is simple and on decided lines In border effects. These things all re-create the old em pire model, and these details are neces sary in order that the empire may be satisfactorily carried out. The modern empire dress Is, on the other hand, too apt to rejoice In an overabundance of material. The waist Is made too full, rrhereas its scantiness Is Its chief beauty. The skirt Is made a great deal too full. While it may not TWO IiACU TBIMiiEB MODELS. be full at the front or sides, the back Is made so full, that the effect is spoiled or the skirt is allowed to widen out too quickly. Thus the line of the figure Is lost In folds', and the empire dinner gown or ball gown looks oddly like a wrapper and very much unlike any thing Intended for more formal wear. Added to this fearful fullness, which seems to have settled upon us for life since the vpgue of the blouse, the mod ern empires have a superabundance of trimming, which also helps to destroy their lines, and they are apt to have sleeves that, are quite full at the top and set quite high, a most Impossible Incongruity. But the empire underwear has avoid ed all such pitfalls, and in consequence It is simply the most tempting article of woman's attire which has recently been imported. It Is made of the most exquisite quality of linen batiste, skill fully put together. The trimming that Is used is put on in the flattest, least showy manner. Lace not very wide. but of valuable quality, Is used and occasionally a trifle of hand embroid ery of the finest workmanship and the most beautiful design. The real beauty of the garments, however, lies in their charming lines, the fineness of the ma terial used and the perfection of fit and finish. The empire chemises and night gowns are highly becoming, especially to thin women. AMY VARNTJM. Eat and Be Beautiful." "The main thing about my beauty diet," said a specialist, "is that I never eat unless I am hungry and never one mouthful after hunger has been satis tied. Besides that, I masticate every mouthful. I eat those things for which I have the greatest longing, as I be lieve that our natural instincts are the proper guides, unless they have been perverted, as is sometimes the case, by the sense of taste. "The famous beauties of history con fined themselves to one or two dishes at each meal. Some, in fact, chose one particular vegetable or fruit and ate nothing else, as did one of tbe beauties of Louis Thilippe's court, whose menu consisted of oranges one dozen for breakfast and luncheon and another for dinner, with a slice of brown bread and a glass of bordeaux. The Charm of Repose. We women need to cultivate repose. We fuss and fidget altogether too much. All we have to do is to watch one another to know that It's true. You don't? Pardon me, but you do. You have fixed your veO while I've been talking, and now you are flufflng up your pompadour. When we are sitting silent we are still fussing. Unconsciously we are Using up our vital forces and adding to our age. Did you ever notice how fresh and placid the true philosopher appears? There is a lesson for us. Learn to forget the ego. Forget to be self con - scious. Have ourselves so well in hand and be so sure of ourselves that we do not need constant attention. i fiii f f NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS la the District Court of the United States Icr the District of Indian. i:x. bankruptcy. IMnre Johu O. bowers-. Refer?-. In the n.iiuercf 1 No. 23. Kn!noni V. Blanch Mc- la fcai.krut.Uy Tr. I hfc rr.-liT.-.r - Rltn-V .'(il.di tb city nl Haruaion-t. m ti.Vcownt? I Like, state a- 'tistnet -t Indian, a fcaaitrui-t. , '. June. 1506. the saui V. HUi.the McNt-ii was duly a.4iu-.iicaji tarskropt ar.oubat the fi.-?t meeting of creunors ot -aid ianKra;t will be r.tld in the public cvrt house in the City of Hammond, county of Lake, stale anc; district ot Indiana, on the l,:h cay .f Ju:y, A. D.. 1. o'c.otic in the forenoon at which time ad creditors maj attend proxe tl.eir cihitus. ar point a trustee, ex amine the said bankrupt and transact such other business as may r-ro;triy come t elore s.id court. JOHN G. LOWERS. Referee in f.aukruptcy Twelfth Keieret listri:t of l-aU:s Dated at Hammond. Ind.. juneSO. i 4. Note Creators will pleas-v observe reiutre inenu cor.ctrnin jicof of claim. S-ee eetto 37 of bankruptcy act otneral Orcstr SX1 and forma, NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CKEDITOIIS In the District Court of the Unite States for the listrtct of lnd.ana. In Eankrupcy. Before John O. Bowers. Re In t!.e matter of No. 2fc tWhittng) Uexfard Payna sr. Eankrupcy bankrupt To the creditors of P.xford Payne of the city of Indiana Harbor, in the county of Lake, state and district of Indiana, a bankrupt: Notice is hfifbv sriven that on the 2'tb iiaj of June. "l'A. the aid Rexford Payne was dulv adjudicated bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors of said bankrupt will be held in tne public court house in the city of Ham mond, county of Lake, state and dis trict of Indiana, nn rh 10th daV Of July A. D. lyut., at nine ociock in the fore noon at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine tho said bankrupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said court. JOHN O. BOWERS ' Referee in Bankruptcy Twelfth Referee District of Indiana Cated at Hammond. bd.. June 30. 1906. Note Creditors will please observe requirements concerning; proof of claims. Hee section 57 of bankruptcy act 1S98. General Order XXI and forms. PETITION OF BAN Kill' FT FOR imCHAIlUE HIS In the Matter of ) George. It. Hart, )No. 24, In Eankrupty liankrupt ) Order of Notice Thereon. District of Indiana, ss: On this 20 dav of June. A. D. 1906 on reading the petition of the bankrupt tor nis discharge , it is ordered by the court, mat a hearing be had upon the same on the 20 clay of Julv A. D. 1H06. before said Court, at Indianano is. in said District, at nine o clock in the torenoon, ana hat notice thereof be published twice n tne LAKE COUNTY TIMES. newspaper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause, f any they have, why the prayer of he said petitioner should not be grant ed. And it is further ordered by the Court, that thelClerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. WITNESS, the Honorable Albert B. Anderson, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof at Indianapolis, in said district, on the 20th day of June A. D. laou. Seal of NOBLE C. BUTLER, the Court Clerk. Legal notice. No. 8199. Treasury Department, Office of Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D. 0., May 2. 1906. Wereas. bv satisfactory nvidpnen presented to the undersigned, is has ens German National Bank of Ham- monu, in tua vjny oi nammona in the County of Lake of Indiana, has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States, required to be complied with before an association shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking. Now therefore, I. Thcmas, P. Kane, DeDutv and Acting Comntroller of the Currency do hereby certify that The vjiiizeus uerman rxationai cans oi Hammond, in the County of Lake and State of Indiana, is authorized to commence the business of Banking as provided in Section fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States. In testimony whereof witness my hand and Seal of office this second day of May, 1906, T. R. Kane Deputy and Acting Comptroller of the Currency. (Seal) 5-5-t ,1-i BT liTi-TH List of Letters. The following letters remain in the Hommond postoffice for tbe week ending July 2. 190b M. F. Baronowski. Michal Bilickj. Miss Mabel Bruns. . Mr. Paul Crafton. Mr. R. R. Hinds. Mr. Fercie Henderson. Mrs. Margaret Halley. Mister Karlo Krizen. Mrs. E. G. Leville. Mr. Albert Liesme. Miss Hannah McCowen. Miss Stella Mackowiak. Mr. Daniel Murphy. Mrs. Xeimeycr. Herrn Erich Otto. Mr. August Payunk. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pierce. Mr. Rolf Co Savi Radakovic. Mr. George Stewart. Mr. W. E. Smiley. Herrn Herman Schwerin. Mr. W. C. Smart. Mr. John Tapken. Mr. Oscar Walther. ! j ! j Mr. Frank White. Mr. D. A. Young. W. H. GOSTUN. Postmaster. 1 ..J .-Jit SA VE TWO CENTS A DAY YOU CAN OWN A FARM We mean what vre say. "The Marvin Plan" eEables any one who will put away a small sum each day to own a farm that he can live on, or lease out, and in either case have a good income for life. Land is situated in the most productive belt in the United States. An absolutely safe, sure and profitable investment far superior to a savings bank. Let us explain the plan to you. It is money in your pocket to know our method of doing business. TREN HOLM, MARVIN & CO. D, 605 Baltimore Building, Chicago, III. TAKE About; .$4,000,000.. of ILand Sold Already T Afc 4 A rrC Ttnmfdf chaSC OI UnitCO StateS Steel CorpOratlOll Oil Lake Michigan, Adjoining Tolleston, Lake County, Ind. MODEL CITY TO BE BUILT OlH? 75,000,000 TO BE SPENT Largest Steel Plant in the World 1 i Enormous increase in offered is in sight in short time PERRY ULRICH, jacoDsoxi Real Estate and 77 SOUTH Tf you want to buy or sell real estate, or need Sre, life or accident insurance, it will pay yon to call on us. Our corapanys are of the best. We list be Jow a few bargains. If you do not find anything here that suits you fisk to see our list, io-room brick hou on -Uast State street, lot 50x118 Price, $3 000. Wi.l exchange for a farm. 25-foot lots near Pennsylvania depot at $55 each. $5 down and $1 per week. 4- rootrs house on Cedar street, 50-foot lot, $900. 52-foot corner lot on Hoffman street, $3oo. 5- rocm cottage on Oak street, 50-foot lot, fine lawn, shade trees, a fine piece of property at $1450. 37H foot lot on Hickory street at $250. 25-Ioot lot on Pine street, $200. 25-foot lot on Ash street, $150. 4 lots on Griffin street, a snap at $125 each. Easy terms. We can sell you a lot on any street on the north side at very low prices and very easy terns. Phones: Office, 1394 Residence, 3632. 77 SOUTH Hammond Horse Market i5to 40 Head ot Horses always oa hand. nay, feed and Wool for Sale. Exchange Stable. ED MARSH, Proprietor, MANHATTAN HOTEL, 396 Calumet Ave NOTIO I! J ' t AdlOmmCT the Pitt values in property now 108 Dearborn Street s ;ency General Insurance HOHMAN ST. A ZD T 1 A JaCODSOIl AgCIlCy HOHMAN ST.