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i i 1 J, I -1 4 1 TUESDAY, JULY 24, 100G Want Column WANTED Lady to address en velopes at $2.00 per thousand as part payment on piano, work to be done at home. Care S. IS, Times office 7,24, tf. WILL SELL new $400 piano for 00, going to Frisco. Wm. Kelley, Indiana Harbor. 7,24,tf. FOR RENT A boarding or rooming house; well located ; in good re pair. Address 10 Webb street. 7-23-3t. WANTED Young lady wishes room and board. German family pre ferred. Thone 2373. 7,23, 3t. NEW HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE for sale. Otto Peterson, 63 2 Car rol street. East of Calumet, Ham mond. 7,19, 6t. FOR RENT Hall for club and so ceity purpose??. Former Hammond club rooms. Apply to A. H. Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insur ance So. 7,1 7, tf. WANTED Young man to start in office as office boy. Address in own hand writing, giving references and Age. P. 0. bo; No. 3 64, Hammond, Ind. 7,24,Gt. . WANTED Waiters at the Maine Restaurant. 4-10-tf Carter's first class livery and un dertaking ;open day and night. Am bulance calls answered promptly. 5-29-tf WANTED Ladies and gentlemen to learn French, German and Spanish at home on Edison phonograph. L C. S. method; 200 other courses; write for particulars. J. L. Vv'ard, the Scranton Man, care general delivery, Hammond, Ind. 7-21-lwk FOR SALE CHEAP 9 room house. B0 foot lot, tn heart of the city. In quire 19 State street, Hammond. 6,24,1m. The name of the Erlebach Plan ing Mill Is changed to the Invalid Appliance and Cabinet Mfg. Co. 406-408-410-412, Indiana Avenue. Te phone 1871. 6-21-tf Lot on easy payment plan. In Messenger's addition, $1.00 per week. No Interest or taxes. Best location, all improvements in. In quire of Brandenburg & Krost, 106 First National Bank Building. 7-10-lm. D. N. Mead and Bert Canning, for merly with the Indiana Harbor Rail way company, have opened a res taurant and lunch room on Block ave nue, Indiana Harbor. 7-13-tf ,' NON-RESIDENT NOIICE,, THE STATE OF INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY. In the Lake Superior Court, October Term, 1906. Cause No. 3,256. Action to Enforce lien on Real Estate. East Chicago Company vs. Charles A. Friedrich, et al. Now comes John L. Itodgers, cross complainant by Knotts and Bomber ger, his attorneys and files an af fidavit of a competent person, show ing that the defendants, Charles A. Friedrich and Nellie E. Friedrich, his wife, are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore here by notified of the pendency of said action and that the same, will stand for trial at the next term of said Court, and that unless they appear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said cause, on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1906, the same be ing the 2nd day of the next term of said Court to be besun and held In the Court House at Hammond, in said County and State on the 2nd Monday October, A. 1). 1906, said action will be heard and determined in their absence. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 here unto set my hand and affix the seal of said Court, at Hammond, this 12th day of July A. D. 1906. HAROLD II. WHEELER. Clerk L. S. C. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate of Lemuel Delong, Deceased; No. 231. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Ad ministrator of said Estate, by the Clerk of the Lake Superior Court. Said estate is supposed to be sol vent. CHARLES C. SMITH, Administrator. Dated July 21, 1906. Crumpacker & Moran, attorneys for Administrator. For Ice Cream and Cold f Drinks N. MORELLI&CO. IS THE HEADQUARTERS Ice cream for partjs and picnics at moderate prices Bricks a specialty Phone 2031. 25S So. Hohman P Tn onrf Thrminrh iu unu imuugii Yellowstone Part From Chicago to and through Yellow stone Park, 26$. With accommodations at the Yellowstone Park hotels for five and a. halt days, $8J, via the Chicago, fiOilwaukee St. Paul Railway, C i i ce of routesvia Sl Paul and Minneapolis, Omaha or Kanas City. Go one way and return nn other. Of all the world's wonder spots, there is none so ;-.! tractive as Yellowstone National Park. Write today for descriptive folders. E. 8. HAYHEN Trailing Passenger Agent Lake County Title Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R. MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Vice-Pres. A. II. TAPPER, Treasurer, S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Blig., Hammond. Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS A list of transfers of real estate furnished dally by the Lake County Title and Guaranty Company, ab stractors. Offices at Crown . Point arid-Haciaiond. . ., 4 - Thomas Hammond to Ilerman Schepke, lots 19 and 20, block 4, Fogg & Hammond's 2nd addition, Hammond.. $370.00 Charles D. Nowels to Chas. H. Fred erick, lots 31 to 34, block 3, Mar ble's subdivision, Marble's addi tion, Hammond $110.00 Louis H. Stafford, to Rees Powell, lot 4 4, block 4, subdivision 5 of blocks 2 to 5 Stafford & Trankle's addition, Hammond .. ..$145.00 Wolf Wheeler to Peter Meyn, part out lot A, Wheeler addition, con taining V2 acre, Hammond Albert II. Webb to Hilda Hess, lots 55 and 56, block 4, Homewood ad dition, Hammond $700.00 George Namerow to Bertha Name row, lots 41 to 44, block 5, Logan Park addition, Tolleston, and lots 7 to 9. 37 to 42, block 6, Logan Park addition, Tolleston .... $1.00 East Chicago Co. to John Kluga, lot 14. block 2, second addition, Indi ana Harbor $275.00 Elisha T. Davis to Win. Knoth, Hot 12, First addition to Gary, $650.00 Wm. F. Bridge to Joe Czarnecki,. lot 3, block 1, Walsh's addition, East Chicago $150.00 Besides the foregoing transfers there have been filed for record with the recorder of Lake county, Ind., 5 mortgages. 6 releases and S miscel laneous instruments. Whiting News Miss Ollie Laur is visiting Miss Jessie Hcius of St. John. H. G. Muffit has returned from Fox Lake. Wi. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stephens moved into the Pedersen fiats yesterday. Chas. Cole of Fred street is now working for the Chicago terminal railroad. Misses Ruth and Eliza Gardner cf St. John are visiting their grand mother in Newark, Ohio. Mrs. Raker of Ohio avenue is en tertaining her brother of the old soldiers homej at Quincy, 111. The sprinkler has arrived and. it is very acceptable news to all our citizens to know that we will now have something to settle the dust. Misses Florence and Clara Lee have returned from Fox Lake, Wis. THE 426 Superior Avenue, N. W LLEVELANO During their trip they visited Miss Bessie Scoates of Milwaukee, Wis., who was formerly a Whiting girl. The remains of Mrs. Williams, mother of Mrs. O'Hara of John street, was taken to Union Mills, Ind., this morning on the 8:20 B. & O., where the burial 13 to occur tomorrow. The Monarch club gave a surprise party last evening on Charles Cur tain of Ohio avenue, in honor of his sixteenth birthday. Games and music were the features of the even ing, after which dainty refreshments were served by Mrs. Curtain. The young folks departed at a late hour wishing Charles many happy returns of the day. Death of Osier Pitzele. The funeral of Osier Pitzele, who died at the home of his daughtei Nettie in Chicago, was held yester day, the Interment being at Oak wood cemetery. Death was due to a complication of diseases. The deceased was for many years one of Whiting's most popular bust ness men until old age compelled hiir to discontinue his business career. Mr. Pitzele was a general favorite wherever known and will be greatl: missed, especially in the Jewish cir cles where he, in spite of his old age, was a very active member. He leaves to mourn their loss his wife, his sons Henry and Mandel ol this city, his haughter Hannah, whe is Mrs. Max Nassau of East Chicago his haughter Nettle, who is Mrs. N. Pitezele of Chicago, a daughter at Kensington and a brother Charles Pitzele of Whiting. The shock is doubly sad for it is not yet three months ago that death entered the family and took from their midst another brother, Max Pitzele, of South Chicago. The family have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. Towle Opera House, "The Fast Mail" Lincoln J. Car ter's greatest play, will be seen at the Towle opera house on Sunday, July 29th. As a scenic production it has never been equalled, a car load of scenery, properties, and elec trical effects are carried by this com pany. A train 29o feet long, crosses the stage at 4 5 miles an hour, this is the largest train ever seen on any stage. The first act shows the beautiful Southern Mansion in Ten nessee, the second act shows the ex plosion of the steamboat on the Mis sissippi river, and the third act U the acme of stage craft when two full sized locomotives hauling a freight and mail train pass each other at full speed. The last act takes place at Niagara Falls, at night, showing the beautiful waters at their best. A company far above the average, In terprets the various characters and specialties are added at frequent intervals. LAKE COUNTY TIMES THE TENMS GIRL. THE GIBSOr4 WHITE LINEN TAILORED COSTUME STILL SMART. To Drr.i Tl'HIFor a Tenttis Ton ma -mrnt Is Half tbe Battle ver Wear Lace Trimmed Petticoats. Appropriate Xcckwftr and Hats. The typical teunis girl, the sort of girl one would expect to find in a Gib son picture, is gowned in dazzling white linen of severe make and wears a shirt and a stravr panama or linen hat. The only relief she affords herself is a hat band and waist belt in colors which probably proclaim the college or the club of some masculine relative or friend. More becoming if less ostenta tiously sporting is a f ibbon of pale blue to match blue eyes or a pale pink to accentuate a delicate complexion. Per- GOWN OP LINEN AD EMBROIDERY. haps most alluring of all is the entirely white ensemble. The tournament girl should remember to dress well for her matches. We all know what a tremen dous incentive is the sympathy of on lookers on such occasions. Indeed, on lookers are quite as alive to the appro priateness as to the prettiness of a player's costume, and they give a per haps unconscious backing to the girl who is clever enough to combine these desired objects. Not knowing either of the players, they want the one who looks the most charming to win. And she is swayed to her best exertions by this thought, probably openly expressed in applause of her good strokes. - For this girl the ideaf apparel Ts that described above. Every garment must, of course, be of spotless freshness. Nothing is likely to prejudice the minds of an audience as any lack in nis respect, and this means a clean white skirt every day of a tournament week. The underskirt also forms a consideration of essential Importance. On no account should a lacey petticoat be worn for tennis. Great as is the at traction of such lingerie, there is danger of the foot catching in it. The em broidered substitutes are now so lovely that one can give up the less suitable alternative without regret. A white silk petticoat is likewise delightful for tennis, as it is so easy to move about iu, ami it may be made with an em broidered muslin overflounce, so that no effect of daintiness Is lost. The qxiestiou of hats and necfewear is not so easily disposed of. Some ten nis players have never swerved from their devotion to the sailor hat, and custom has Inured them to Its weight and made them oblivious of any dis comfort arising from Its hardness. Others, however, have adopted the pan ama and linen hats, both of them pref erabte from the picturesque point of view. The Feter Pan waist Is a pop ular sporting model this summer. With its turnover collar, elbow sleeves and flaring ciiff it is indeed both comfortable- and becoming. The tennis costume illustrated Is of white linen. The skirt is laid in box plaits and stitched ten inches from the waist. The little jacket is on the ki mono order and elaborately worked In English embroidery. AMY VARNTJM. "Peter Pan' Thing. First came the "Peter Pan'' hat, a queer little plaided Scotch affair, with quills. This was followed by the "Peter ran" blouse, with low round collar, short sleeves and patch pocket. Now there's an entire 'Teter Pan" suit, which youngish girls are wearing with immense delight, because of its simplicity and girlishness. It's merely a shirt waist suit, the blouse whereof is like that described above, and the short round skirt plait ed or plain. For country wear, morn ings, picnics, etc., it's a very pretty sort. So far that's all the "Iter Pannish" modes, thoaga possibly those new belts of bright Scotch p'.aid silk belong to that category. Winter Clothe. When packing away winter clothes try dried lavender, cloves and other fragrant spices with them, instead of the inevitable camphor or moth balls. Pleasant odors will prevent the moths as effectually as disagreeable ones, provided they are sufficiently pungent. For Fancy Work. Larp? sewing bag to use for one's fancy work are made of wide ribbon and two small embroidery hoops are used for handles. 4 i'i ft ''V"i ERIE EXCURSIONS. Mountain Lake Park, Md., Aug.t 28, 29, 30. 31, return limit September 15. One fare plus $1.00. Shoshoin and Woodland, Wyo., July 11 to 2S, return limit August 15. Fare I2S.30. Roanoke, Va., August 12, 13, re turn limit, August 31; one fare plus 25 cents. Minneapolis. Min., August 10, 11, 12. 13, August 31. $8.95. St. Paul, July 23. 24, 25, 2G. return limit July 31. One fare plus $2.00. Pethany Park, Ind., July 17 to August 13th, return limit August 14. One fare plus 25 cents. Rome City, Ind., July 24 to August ICth, return limit August 20. One fare plus 25 cents. Rome City, Ind., August 17th to 27th, return lini't August 31. One fare plus 25 cents. . Rome City, Ind., Aug. 29th to Sep tember Sth, return limit September 11th. One fare plus 25 cents. Milwaukee, Wis., August 10,11, 12, and 13th. return limit August 22. One fare plus $2.00. Bass Lake, Ind., Every Friday and Saturday, good returning Mon day. $2.00 round trip. NOTICE TO PUBLIC. Erie has placed on sale a ten-ride ticket between Hammond and Chi cago, for $2.00. All points on Lake Chautauqua, N. Y., on sale daily, good returning any time up to and including October 31. $18.25 round trip. $13.35 from Hammond to Chautau qua Lake and return. Tickets on sale July 6th and July 27th. Return limit 30 days from date of sale. One dollar excursion to Bas Lake Ind. Commencing June 24th and eve Ind., commencing June 24th and every Sunday following untail Sept. 23rd, 1906 inclusive. Good only on Sunday special excursions. To Bippus, Ind., east, Chicago, 111., and return, every Sunday at one fare west, and all intermediate points turning only on date of sale. Bag gage cannot be checked on Sunday excursion tickets. " For additional Information call at Erie ticket office or write A. M. De Weese, assistant agent Erie Railroad Co., Hammond, Ind. Subscribe for the Lake County Times. LETTER LIST. The following letters remain un called for at the Hammond postoffice for the week ending July 23, 1906: Miss Hattie Barnes (2). Mrs. J. A. Brown. Mr. Jos. Bonner. C. H. Hammond. Mr. Geo. E. Leville. Mr. Matt H. Martin. Mr. J. Maxwell. Ed. Nicksch. Fred Pecceny. Miss Grace Stapekemper. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith. Miss Georgia Savage (2). Stetson Lumber Co. Miss Mary Anna Wolf. W. H. GOSTLIN, Postmaster. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDITORS. In the District Court of the United States for the District of Indiana. In Bankruptcy. Before John O. Bowers, Referee. In the matter of William B. LaParle, Bankrupt. No. 29 (Hammond) in Bankruptcy. To the creditors of William B. La Parle of Hessville, Indiana, in the county of Lake, state and district of Indiana, a bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on the 19th day of July, 1906, the said William B. LaParle was duly ad judicated a bankrupt and that the first meeting of creditors of said bankrupt will be held in the public court house in the city of Hammond, county of Lake, state and district of Indiana, on the 30th day of July A. D. 1906, at ten o'clock in the fore noon at which time said creditors may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the 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. Dated at Hammond, Ind., the 19th day of July, 1906. NOTE. Creditors will please ob serve requirements concerning proof of claims. See section 57 of bank-! ruptcy act 1S98, General Order XXI j and froms. Times' Want Ads. Bring Results RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD. East Eourd. No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond 11 48 a. m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York, Hammond.. 3:48 p. ui No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Hammond. . 1 1 : 4 S p. m. West Eonui No. 5 to Chicago, Ills., H3Jiraond 6:16 a. m. i No. 9 to Chicago, St. Loais & 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: 10 p. ru. Trains No. 6 and 5 are through trains to Toledo. O. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars end sieeper. All trains daily. For any information 'phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ast. Gen. Pasgr Agt. 97 Adams street, Chica go, 111. Fred N. HIckok, Agent, Hammond. Michigan Central Excursions. The Michigan Cantral on Fri day and Saturday of each week until September 28th 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 1A4fl TORONTO and Return. OltitU cn sale flaily. COR (Ifl MONTREAL and Return. 04UiUU on sale daily. $21.00 $22.50 $21.00 CONCORD and Ptetnrn. On salt Jun 15 to 30, end July 18; Aug. 8 & 22; Sept. 5 ar.d 19. PORTLAND. Me., ind Return. Selling dates same as to Concord. RUTLAND, Vt.. and Return 5eil.ni! dates samt as to Concord. "-Prepcrt'enate rettsto many-other-points In CanaJa and New bngland For complete details as to stop-overs, etc.addresa F. H. TRISTRAM, Assistant General Passenger Agent, 97 Adams St., CHICAGO. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday, July 23d, 1906. West Bound. No. 27 6:42 a. m. daily except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a. m., daily. No. 97:30 a. m., daily. No. 25 8:45 a. m., daily. No. 23 10:05 a. m., daily excent Sunday. " No. 21--3:C0 p. in. , No. 3 4:43 p. in. ' No. 1018:50 p. m., Sunday only, Bass Lake., No. 13 9:50 p. m., daily except Monday. , East Eound. No. 28 6:55 p. m. daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 26 6:43 p. mdally. .No, 106:02 p. m., daily.,, , No. 14 4:20 p. m.,daily except Sunday. ' . , . ; No. 20 3:25 p. m., daily, . No. 4 11:53 a. ra., daily. Nov 10 2 9: 00 a. m.,Suhday'only, Bass Lake:, ' , . - No. 248:10 a. hi., dally except Sunday;, ' ' : , ' : A. M. DeWeese, Agent. HAMMOND FRUIT STORE P. Lencioni & Go. Manufacturer of Brick Ice Cream Pure Ice Cream wholesale or retail. Fine Fruits, Candies, Cigars, To baccos. 302 Slate St. Hammond, ind BEST IN TOWN ki When Y ea Are Hungry KEMEMBfiR Trife I MAINE nJ S RESTAURANT Si AND LUNCH ROOM SIRl At A. For Ladies and Hoars Gentlemen S3 BEREOLOS BROS., & rj 122 8. H 122 8. Hohman Street PAGE SEVEN 1V10N0N Time Table Effective June 3, 1906. SOUTH. No. 33 fi2 OS ara No. 5 9 19 am No. 2 12 50 pra No. 39 3 5f; pra No. 33 9. 50 pra NORTH. No. 4 6 10 ara No. 36 fs 47 ara No. 40 9 36 ara No. 32 11 11 am No. 33 s4 39 pm No. 6 5 02 pra No. 30 x7 49 pra S Denotes Sunday only. X Dally except Sunday. F. Flag stop only. J. C. DOWNING, Agent. 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 Rapld3 Spl. Ex. 1:54p.m. No. 60, Resort Spl. Frldaf and Saturday only 2: Z1 p. m. No. 22, Kalamazoo Acxj'm Ex, 3:55 p. m. No. 44, Grand Ilapids Exp. D.. 7:40 p. tcu No. 6, Detroit Express, D.... .....10:47 p. ra. 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. 6:40 a.m. No. 63, Resort Spl Monday only.. 9:22 a. m. No. 27, Chicago Acc'm Ex.S:55 a. m. No. 43, Gd. Papids & Chgo. Exp.. 11:53 a. m. No. 9, Mich & Chicago Exp. D. . . . 2:06 p. ra. No. 45, Gd. Rapld3 & Chgo. Spl. D 4: OS p. ra. No. 5. Detroit & Chgo Exp. Ex.. .,' . 6:12 p. m. Nc-47,- KaL -agttrgxiK-g. . .r- 7:05 p. n. No. 49, Kal. & Chgo Exp. Sunday calf 9:13 p. m. No. 61, Resort Spl. Sunday only. . 9:35 p. m, . EX.- Daily except Bunday. D. Daily. I. E. Dickinson, Agent. Pennsylvania Lin Schedule in effect Sunday, Not. 26, '03 Lv Hamd Ar Chi Lv Chi Ar Hamd x 6 50am 6 45 a m ell 85 p m 12 32 a ta 6 28 " 7 35 " 5 25 a m . 6 26 6 41 7 45 " 5 30 J41 " , X 8 00 " 9 00 " 6 00 " 6 59 " SlOll U 10 8 05 M 9 01 ' ' X12 38 pm 1 35 p m 8 50 1011 ? : 3 81 ' 4 30 " 1120 " 12 38 pn X4 48 605 " 3 50pm 4 48 " 5 32 " 6 80 4 15 & 33 ' 5 33 " 7 00 " 4 30 " 5 32 " X 7 00 " 8 00 & 40 ' 6 42 " 6 15 " 7 17 m Daily x Dally except Sunday ' a Sunday only ' " " 1 11 ' i John Przjvoyl FIRST CLASS ' '. . Buffet and : Restaurant First Class Board. Meafs , at all hours. Phone 3101 t 295 S. Hohman St., Cor. Douglas HAMMOND, IND. Harvard Dentists Hammond's Largest Dental Offics S. W. Cor. Hohman and State Sts., haramood, ind. BEST WORK AT REASONABLE PRICES. Why Go To Chicago, Our Prices Compete with Chicago Prices. lllizsr- i f REE tXAMlMATION. f 1 11 A . VV beu w"rk U ordered OPEN EVENlMi: and 5 UN DAY. Lady Attendant Phone 2923 New Map of Lake Aty, Ind. Mr. J. T. Edwardi of Crown Point, has nearly completed cno of tha moat accurate and vp-to-data ma pa erer published of Lake Cotnty, after two years of hard labor. Map will b completed in a few weeka. Send in your order to J. T. EDWARDS, Crown Point, Ind. o R. h MILLER, Hammond. Ind.