TU lis DAY, JULY 24, I90G
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
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Souvenir and Cornic
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PLANS ARE APPROVED
President Lunches with Party
LeaJersand Commends Their
JOS. V. WEIS, The Druggist
ioi State Street.
Will soon remove to 98 State Street.
Wi 2'o--,'io yrf;ir-7;'io x-2--6 6ii ioftS5AS5
t, - :v Will Miss It!
hi kA -T -v. i V; tnis winter withoui the
-STAND PAT" THE TARIFF IDEA I
Work Is to Begin at Once-Some Spell- '
Binders Who Will Get Busy- j
Cannon Off for the Prai- J
rie State, j
proper kind of coal
Always bear in mind
that the best is the
oheaptBt in the end.
We Bell the beat coa?
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but we charge no more for it than yon will ha?e to pay for an t
BecKman, Klatt (El Co.
COAL. - REED. - BUILDIND MATERIAL 1
TELEPHONE 49. - 34C INDIANA AVE.
CITIZENS GERMAN NATIONAL BANK
Your Bank account is not too large. "Neither is it
100 small tor the
to handle. We solicit the same on the most liberal term?
consistent with good Banking. 3 per cent interest paid on
time certificates of deposits. Same issued from Si. 00 ud
trails 10 an parts ot the World sold.
O O SMITH Pres W D WEIS M D Vice Prea
GEO il EDER Cashier E S EMERINE Au't Oahier
C H FR1HDRICH
J C BECKER
WM D WEIS
H M PLASTER
G. W. HUNTER
Best Eqippcd Repair Shop in the State.
Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System
Phone 122 91 5. HOHMAN STREET
Huehn Block. HAMOMSD. IND
PSg7?r:i?r:; ; ,
On Furniture, Pianos,
Horses, Wagons, Etc.
Without removal of property and without pub
icity. If you cannot call, write, and we will send
our confidential agent to see you. Positively no
charge unless loan is made.
Koom 200, 913S-40 Commercial Ave.
Tel South Chicago 104.
Open Evenings Till 9 P. Al.
v ..k. , , ri-,a,t,:
First class livery in
connection. Night calls
Office open night
Oyster Bav, N. Y., July 24. rresi-j
dout Iloosevelt reviewed tbe cainpaiu
plan of the Hepublican cougressioual j
committee and pronounced them goad ;
and entirely to his likin;. He euter- i
tained at luncheon at Sagamore Hill I
Speaker Camion, Chairman Sherman,
of the congressional committee; Uepre-1
sentatives Loudcnslager, of New Jer-j
Key, and McKinley, of Illinois, respec-1
lively, Keci-etaiy and treasurer of the!
committee. Senator renro.se. of Penn-j
sylvania, came on a later train and I
also was a' guest. Secretary I.oeb Avas
present, ami after the conference made j
this statement for the president: 'The j
plans of the congressional campaign
were gone over generally, nud the pres
ident expressed himself as being in en
tire accord with the ideas of the com
mittee." Cannon's Comment Was Brief.
Speaker Cannon's comment was this:
"I was a guest of the president, and
ns such it would hardly be seemly for
me to discuss what took place. I
should like to say that the conference
was eminently satisfactory, and the
congressional campaign situation not
bad." Chairman Sherman, arter re
marking that the president's keen in
terest was a valuable asset to the cam
paign, said that the headquarters of
the committee would b open in New
York in the St. .lames' building tomor
row, and that from ;hat time on the
campaign work would go on continu
ously. Will Be a "Stand. rat" Campaign.
Sherman added that the speakers so
far selected for the heavy work in
cluded Secretary Tal't. Secretary Shaw.
Speaker Cannon, Senator Beveridge.
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juiu seevai oiner senators, as well a.
practically the. entire Republican mem
bership of the house of representatives.
While no one would speak. under quota
tion regarding the tariff it was learned
that the Bcpublleau text book, which
is to be Issued within two or three
weeks, will be a "stand-pat" docu
ment from beginning to end, and that
this will be the tenor of Republican
speeches In Massachusetts. Iowa, Wis
consin, and other 'idoa'Vlnfected sec
tions of the country, as well as in all
other places. . The "stand-pat" an
nouncement will, of course, be ac
companied by the statement that when
the tariff is revised it should be han
dled 1y its friends.
Will Ijook After His Forces.
Speaker Cannon is to go to Illinois
at once. The new primary system is
to be tried in his district, and as he
has not attended one of his nominat
ing conventions for twenty years it is
ids intention to be present on the 1!)th
Of August, when he expects a renom
Ination. He will go to Maine in Sep
tember to lend his aid to the early "cam
paign In that state, and especially in
the Second district, where Representa
tive Litth-iie'd is having trouble.
EA1LWAY ACCIDENT EEPOST
Killings and 3Ianiing Continue to In
crease as to the Total Number
Washington. July 21. The railway
accident bulletin which has just been
issued by tk interstate commerce com
mission for the three month ended
March ."1, shows the total nsrn- i
ber of casualties to passengers ni d j
employes to he 1SJ.m; i,.12n killed and
17.17U injured i. This is an increa of
IT in the number of killed and ."! in!
the number of injured over those re
ported in tne preceding three months.
The number of passengers and em
ployes killed in train accidents was
271, as against r.20 in the preceding
three months a decrease of 4C in the
number killed. The total number of
collisions and derailments was ".-P.iO
(1.021 collisions and l.,";o derailments),
of which 2M' collisions and PIT derail
ments affected passenger trains. The
damage to cars, engines and roadway
by these accidents amounts to ?2.f2l!
7.V. Thete is also a decrease of 2:5
in the number of collisions and derail
ments over those reported in the pre
ceding three months.
LONGWORTHS GET A JOLT
"Devil Wagon" in Which They Arc
Traveling Cioe Into a Ditch for
Wucrzburg. Bavaria, July 24. Rep
resentative Nicholas Longworth and
Mrs. I.ongworth were thrown out of
tuier automobile, hut beyond the jolt
and a bn;ic or two they sustained no
injuries and readied their destination,
r.aireuth, in time 'or the opening of
The Longworths hail passed through
Queiv.burg in the morning. When a
short distane eout of town the steer
ing gear of their car refused to work
and the automobile, which Mas going
at a rapid raie, careened off the road
and fell down a short embankment in
to a ditch. The chauffeur obtained a
carriage, in which they returned here
and took a train for Baireuth.
Delegates Hold Their First Meeting
ICiithusiasiically Cheered by
Rio Janeiro. O., July 24. The Pan-
American conference held its Gist ses
sion in the St. Louis pavilion, begin
nlng at S p. m. yesterday. The dele
gates were enthusiast ieallv elu.eri i.v
great crowds of people. Joauuim Sc.i-
)tico. ambassador of P.imvU t,
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United States, was chosen permanent I
president of the congress.
After the adoption of a votp of !
thanks to the governments of the Unit i
ed States and Mexico for their work of !
pacification in Central America and of!
felicitation to the republics whose dif-j
fereuces have been adjusted through'
the good odices of the United States
and Mexico the congress adjourned for
Sage's Will To Be a Surprise.
New York, July 24. Colonel J. J.
S locum and Charles W. Osborne,
brother in-law and confidential man!
respeetivrly, of ..ie late Russell Sage,
and co-executors of his estate with
Mrs. Sage, were in conference with the
legal representatives of the Sage es
tate. Sages Will will probably be pro
bated shortly after the funeral. A for
mer bus'ness associate of Sage ex
pressed the opinion that the estate
would aggregate well beyond $100,000.
0(H) and that the will would contain
Lady Curzon's Funeral.
London, July 24. Lady Curzon was
buried in the family vault of the vil
lage churchyard of Kedfeston, in the.
presence of immediate relatives. Bish
op Weldon. who was bishop of Calcut
ta while the Curons were in India,
ouieiated. Among the. masses of flow
ers were wreaths from President
Roosevelt, King Edward and Queen
Alexandra, Ambassador Reid and
many other prominent xrsons.
Will flo to Advance Trade.
Washington. .July 21. I-rank R.
luowrer. the newly appointed consul
general to Abyssinia, is in Washing
ton conferring with state department
otticlals and preparing to initiate the
first effort of the United States to ad
vance our trade under the commercial
treaty concluded with King Menelik.
Died Ilertuciiis Her Weight.
St. Louis. July 24. A long contin
ued diet, princ ipally of pickles and vin
egar, in the hope of reducing weight
caused the sudden death of Miss, An
nie (Iross. 2,"i years old. A post-uiortein
examination revealed that the inntr
walls of her stomach were almost com
dead while in the act of taking a drink
Great Strike Declared Off.
New York. July 21. The strike of
the Housesmiths' and Structural Iron!
Workers' union, which was inaug.i '
rated seven months atro iilm'iki th..
American Bridgecompany and the tirmi
of Tost A: McCnnl. has been declare 1
off at a mass meetinsr of the iminn i
uecetor u Krest & EmmerHa?
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
PRACTICAL EM BALM ER.
211 Sib y Street, Ha.nmond, Ind
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More Men Have Half Holidays.
Washington. Mav 24. More than S-
000 men in the employ of the engineer
department of the army will enjoy half.
Holidays on Saturday during the re-;
niainder of the summer under the I
terms of an order issued from the wai
British Sympathy Is Shown. ;
London. July 21. A British address5
of sympathy with the Russian i-eoidf 1
and parliament is being circulated. Al-i
ready the signatures of many -)romi- 1
nent persons have been obtainei.
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Boy of 18 Commits Suicide. '
Sioux Fall. S. D., July 24. Roy
Ferguson, of Canby. Minn., committed
suicide here by taking poison. Nc
cause is known. He was IS years cid
Count Tolstoi Not III.
St. Petersburg. July 24. Them is no
foundation for the report that Count
Leo Tolstoi is ill
Itain Damages the Wheat.
Cincinnati. July 24. Much damage
to wheat in sh-k was reported be
cause of the heavy rains of Sunday
and yesterday throughout southern
Ohio. The rain in this city came down
in a tort cut. half an inch of water be
ing reported within tifteen minutes ac
cording to the weather bureau.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE
It is estimated by railroad men in
close touch with the situation that 1.
fioo.ooo pounds of butter is passing
through St. Paul this month.
P.y order or the president the pro
visions of the eight-hour law have been
extended to the navy department.
President Roosevelt will review the
Atlantic fleet on Sept. d at Ovster
Mrs. (Ins Permit and two daughters,
aged 7 and 0 years, were run down
on a trestle by a Rock Island tram
near White. S. I., and killed.
In a right with OOt) l'ula janes on the
island of Leyie, P. 1.. the constabulary
was driven back and Lieutenant Wors
wick and twelve privates and Scout
McBrlde were killed.
Impressive memorial services were
held at Simla. India, in honor of Lady
Curzon. wife of the ex-viceroy of India.
Irwin Miller, a son of the late Jus
tice Miller, of the United States su
preme court, is dead at Springfield, O.,
aged 40 years.
Courts in Indiana have declared
illegal marriages performed in Michi
gan under licenses issued in Indiana.
Owing to a dead calm shells tired
from Fortress Monroe carried across
th? water C Wip.onghby Point, a sum
mer resort. No damage was done.
Colonel Samuel lonaldson, well
known among government officials ia
Washington, is dead of heart failure.
A chance for everyone to own a Home
The Hammond Realty Company will help yoa
TWT are putting on the market seventy-five choice resi
dent lots in East Lawn and McHie's Subdivision and
will sell you your choice of any cf these lots (now unsold)
at the unusually moderate price of 200 each, and what is
more, we will loan to every person paying cash for his lot
75 per cent of the money required to build his home, at 6
per cent interest. All will be treated alike First come
first served. Do not neglect this opportunity. It may
never be oflered again.
For information and particulars call at our office
HAfinOND REALTY COflPANY
or our Agents
GOSTLIN, riEYN & COMPANY
92 State Street
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A General Real Estate and Insurance business.
Prompt attention given all business intrusted
r with us. A bin snao in a twelve flat nmnnl
sition paying 12 per cent. Tliis must be sold
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office: po.builidng asf. QMcaao, Indiana
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We have them wiih or with
out collars. Percales, mo
hairs sateens, silk and
silk mixtures. All sizes
Men's Suits and
"Real Estate in all Its Branches.1'
Now is the time to buy yourself a home. We have houses and lot
to suit the taste and purse of anyone: Come now before the prices begla
to climb. They are low now, but are bound to go up. We have a tew.
bargains left but they will soon be gone. Don't delay.
List here a fcrj of our Bargains
New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, pavement and brick
sewer paid for. 50x150 ft. lot, Calumet ave., $2,500.
6 room house, full 7 foot basement, ement floor, bath hot and cold'wat-r
gas for light and 50 foot lot,, cement sidewalk, fine lawn, Soman
street, $2,100. J uwc
25 foot lot on State street across from Carter's livery barn, at a rerj
reasonable figure, $2,300.
9 room house- 50 foot lot, Murray street, $1,400.
4 room cottage, 50 foot lot, paved street, E. Sibley street, $1,100.
6 room cottage- brick foundation, 37 V2 foot lot, LaSalle street, $1,0
42 foot let on State and State Line streets at a bargain.
Fine two fiat building, 50 foot lot on Ogden street, $3,600.
New 8 room house on Manilla avenue, $2,400.
Michigan avenue S rooms, $2,100.
4 room cottage, brick foundation, $700.
5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, $1,000, easy payments,
9 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield avenue- $2,500.
8 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield avenue, $2,000.'
4 room cottage, Oak street, north cf Hoff man, 25 foot bt oa easy pay
7 room cottage on Truman, near Oakley, 35 foot lot, $1,400.
The above are but a few ot the bargains we offer... If you wish to
look into anything in the real estateline not listed above, call on us or
write us. We can suit you.
Gsstlln, Meyo & Co., 'Real Estate la all ItsBraactsts
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