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In Social Circles
Communication! pertaining to
thi department may be addressed
to Mis Daisy L. Emery, Society
Editor The Lake County Times.
Telephone 111.
Miss Julia Weis and Mary Prairie
visited friends in Grassilli, today.
0
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cohen of Chi
cago visited here yesterday.
Fred D. Waring is visiting at his
home in Grand Rapids, Mich,
Rev. and Mid. L. S. Smith were
Chicago visitors today.
Will Met; is enjoying a weeks' out
ing at South Haven.
Miss Lena Gerhardt is visiting in
South Wanatah.
Mrs. Charles Kussou and Mrs. F.
. It. Mott visited in Chicago today.
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Miss Etta Sheffield is the guest of
friends in South Haven. Mich.
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- Miss Bertha Stevens is spending
two weeks with her sister In Chi
cago. ' '" - ; o '
The St. Paul's Lutheran League
will meet Thursday evening in St.
Paul's school at S o'clock.
Miss Hose Teeplu of 331 Logan
street has returned from a twenty
days' outing at Kankakee.
0
Misses Edna and Arlie Teach and
Clara Moon will visit the White City
with friends this evening.
0
Mr. and Mrs. V. S. Reiter and
children will leave Saturday for Sil
ver Lake, Mich, to he gone a month.
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' Mrs. S. II. Lang and two children
of New York, are the guests of Mrs.
U. W. Barget. G3S Michigan aveune.
Miss Tillie Aulwin of Chicago is
visiting at the home of Mrs. J. G.
Arnold, of Lyman street.
Mrs. Frank Trairie and daughter
May of Chicago are the guests of
Mrs. Jaqob 'eis.
G. Austgen at St. John. From there
Mrs. Trout and Mrs. Austgen will
leave for a visit at Muncie, Ind.
0
Miss Gar net t Schutt, who has been
the guest of Miss Elizabeth Evers
home In Michigan City this after-1 13 ein'nlo-ved n Titles barber shop,
noorr, . I
i Attorney j. ibach is in Indiana
THE CITY
E. W. Stafford of Indiana Harbor
0
A theatre party will be given
Thursday evening at the Colonial
theatre in Chicago, for Miss' Eva
Moore of Rensselaer, who Is visit
ing Misses Margaret Blair and Disa
Longwell.
The picnic which was to have been
given at Lake Front park and party
at the home of Mrs'. J. B. Haliburtoa
by nr Sunday school class yester
day evening, was postponed until
Thursday.
0
A picnic party at Lake Front
park tonight will be composed of
Misses Minnie Turner, Gertrude Van
derhoof, Fay Campbell and Maitie
Chidlaw, Messrs Mae Turner, Ralph
Tennant, Harry Kirland and Earl
Havenrldge.
Harbor this afternoon on business
matters.
Harry Tuttle is making prepara
tions for another tournament on
his pool and billiard tables.
Bailiff Frank Shine was in Gary to-
j day serving subpoenas in several civil
suits.
Wednesday. Julv 25, lfOG. i
FINANCE AND TRADE
of the advance lost.
uats. ip.e market for this cereal
ranged higher and closed with more
strength than any of the ether
NEW Y0ES LETTER.
SAGE SAFE AT CLEVELAND.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Edward A. Mathicen, Chicago.
Gertrude DsCrastos, Chicago..
20
o
Fromholt A. Johnson, Chicago. ..22
Edith Anderson. Chicago, Chicago. 19
Otto Boettger of West Hammond,
who was drowned in the Calumet last
Sunday was burled this afternoon.
Cape. Downing at the Monon sta
tion, who was somewhat indisposed
for a number of days, is able to b,
at his work again.
Ma or Lawrence Becker returnee
last evening from Montana where h
spent a number of weeks on hi:
farm.
(Special Stock Service to the Lake s5aif Uojls- Shorts were the prin-
A m. jCipal buyers, with a scattered com-
County Times). j mission buying.
Provisions dull, narrow, scalping
affair without feature. Packers are
about the only ones trading in pro-
vw vl. t i o- -.i :j visions and their trade mostly
New ork, July 2o. Stocks open-, . . . .
o. 1 V , . ...... -O-"-' UUUMHIUUS
bliwu6 nu uigner, -cnaracterizea
by excellent buying of Canadian Pa
cific by foreign houses, and a general
tendency to buy stocks both for in
vestment and short account. St.
Paul scored an advance of 3 points;
Southern Pacific, 2; Union Pacific.
2 1-2; Coper, 2; Canadian Pacific, 4,
and even the Steel stocks, which have
been laggards in this bull movement
were taken up and scored an advance
of 1 1.-2 for the common issue and
i point for the preferred.
News in general favored the bull
Judge McMahan has received a let
ter from Franklin H. Sage, the man
who escaped from the Elgin insane
asylum and made his way to Ham
mond, arriving here last Saturday
morning in the automobile of his
i friend, W. R. Donaldson of Chicago.
In his letter which was written from
the Young Men's Christian associa
tion in Cleveland. Mr. Sage says he
is all risrht mt pvnriisitu: iio tviimi-..-
operators.. Russian situation being!.., ,v 7 . '..I'lV , V . . .
- i iu iiiu-tr in uiiiumuiiu who assisted
him on his wav.
rand
Wmxb
lie
an
afamtlv afoeatre.
H. BROOKS,
Proprietor and Manager
4 Bragdons 4
Alexander. Chalke of East Chicago
who was seriously injured yesterdaj
by scaping steam in the Republican
iron and Steel Works at East Chi
William John Hood, Omaha, Xeb 41 has 8hown a Httle improvement
Mary Hatton. St, -Louis, -Mo. . . . . 31 I at Su Marsa,'et's .hosPital toda'-
Patrick J. Jennings, Montague, Mich.
35
Idlnule . Turner leaves next
x .or an extended visit in West
?ly, Iowa.
0 ;
v Herman Zerline of -Grand Rapids,
Mich,,, ia visiting George Raymus
for a few weeks.
o I
Misses Fanny Ruhstadt and Jessie
Flemming of Chicago Heights will
jeave soon for Petosky, Mich.
Mrs, p. J. Henry is back from an
extended visit in Marlon, Ohio. Mr.
Henry s expected to return from
California this evening.
0
Andrew McElvain and family
moved to Florida today where Mr.
McElvain has u fruit farm. Mrs.
Clinger accompanied them,
0
Mrs. Henry Huber went to St.
John this morning to stay until Sun
day when Mr. huber will go down
in his automobile.
0
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ambrose and
son Eugene of Denver, Colo., and
Miss Daisy Darlington took a lake
trip to Michigan City today.
o
Miss Goldie Donnelly of Michigan
City who was the guest of Hammond
friends for some time, returned to
her home y-esteruay.
The Colonial club was entertained
this afternoon by Mrs. Harry Petyt
at her Home in Auburn Park. Seven
ladies attended from Hammond.
- 0
Clarence Atwood viewed the sol
diers at Shelby Saturday. His
daughter Clara of Hammond joined
him at Lowell and accompanied him
to Shelby. Lowell Souvenir.
The Misses Agnes Teeple and Rose
and Agnes O'Neill leave tomorrow-
over the Erie for Decatur where they
will be the guests of Miss Teeple's
parents.
Mrs. A. W. Hart man will enter
tain the Deborah and Martha so
cieties of the Christian church
Thursday afternoon at her home
423 Truman avenue.
0
Mrs. Max Moreau accompanied
her nephew William Hoehne who was
visiting her for some time, to Mil
waukee where she will spend some
time with relatives. They left this
morning.
Mrs. O. C. Trout,,
venue will leave tomorrow morn-
lug for a visit with her mother Mrs.
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Jennie Emond, Montague, Mich
Wm. Vatter, Chicago
Mary Finn, Chicago
Alex Becker, St. Louis, Mo.. .
Jennie Kaufman, St. Louis, Mo.
Abel L. Porter, Chicago 22
Dorthy Isaacson, Chicago 22
Edwin S. Humprreys, Chicago. . . .24
Jennie Cora Buchanan, Chicago
Richard W. Henderson, Chicago
Laura R. Gold, Chicago
Herman Nieman, Chicago.. ,.
Susie Gertel, Chicago
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20
Roman and John Bonger, 418 In
diana avenue left for the Dakota
wheat fields yesterday morning
where they will put in the remaindei
of the summer. Their many Ham
mond friends hope to see them re
turn when the harvest days are over.
.24
.20
ASSTRACT COMPANY PROSPERS.
The Lake County .Title & Guaranty
company has recently completed a set
of abstract books. The company is
young as abstract work goes, but nev
ertheless does an enormous amount
of business. Jtk business last month
exceeds that of any month' previous
.
BUY GLASSES TO SEE FLIM FLAM.
Hammond people who have been
buying spectacles of the smooth
tongued individual who has been can
vassing the town, can see now that,
they have been flim-flammed. But
they had to buy spectacles in order
to see it.
The smooth "talker has taken all
the orders he cares for and is head
ed southward on the Monon. While
here he made a good cleanup going
about the work very scientifically.
Knowing the weakness of the general
public and knowing that it is easy
to make the average person believe
that something ails him he had no
trouble in convincing them that
something was radically wrong with
The Sherwin Williams Paint com
pany of Chicago ran an excursion to
Cedar Lake over the Monon. One
Hammond man in trying to flip the
moving train, came very near under
the wheels and was only saved from
injury by the presence of mind of
Henry Huber who drew him away
from the track as he fell.
"TWO HENRYS" BURNED UP.
The old scow Two Henrys which
has for years been anchored back of
Nick Kahl's pavilion on the Calumet
burned to .the water last night. How
the firei was started is a mystery but
no attempt was made to extinguish
the .flames as the barge was perfectly
useless. Firemen, however, were
bn ;the seene to prevent the fire from
spreading to the surrounding build
ings. ' ; '
a little less alarm in? ihim rpunrtpd i
CT " J - -
yesterday. Continued good crop
news from the northwest, was one of
the bull arguments on Northern Pa
cific, Northwestern and Canadian Pa
cific. There was scarcely a stock on the
list which did not participate in the
advance, even stocks that have not
moved for a month, such as Kansas
City Southern, Texas & Pacific, Den
ver & Rio Grande. Republic Iron &
Steel and Colorado Fuel, all advanc
ed on an average of a point and clos
ed strong. The entire market main
tained the advance to the closing
bell.
Description.
stock mm.
Ciosinr
Open Huh. Low. July. 5 Julj 24
Atch 0H rS?i
Amer. Sugar-. 134? 137 l&.
Vmer. Car 35 ' 85 ' 3 -
Vmal. Copper 87fs 0 Ws
-Vmer. Smelter 14 .- 148; a 14af
Am.Iue See's.. sK 63 J. 2;.4
Am. Locomot 7(.i' 7 H 70
Anacondn 2t;?4 l 45'i
Am. Tobae v'A 9 ...
Am. Woolen .xih 31
ni linn
6 ?i 67 '4
74! 7S?
17 17a
55 M oti,v$
Ash-
117
74
17
FOLICB PICKUPS.
4 The police reported last night that
there has been no light on the pile
of lumber and concrete in front of
the new house at. the corner of Sum
mer and Charlotte streets.'
The two men who assaulted the
train crew of a Hammond street car,
are being jailed In lieu of $1,000
bonds.
Crowds of curious spectators
gathered in the police station last
night after the arrest of the street
car lighters and listened to the evi-
NEW CASES FILED.
thir ocSrri, i-i u iviv.iv. ttiLutscto w uu nau ueen
Zl fwt , , eS are been summoned,
perfect and some glasses will fit to -t
ieau at a certain distance. The vic
tim id easily convinced that he needs
that uair of trlas nn.i o
a nnmlw f . luis. Woodin VS. I. H, R. R. and
o-l.l ...,.,. r. . J L. I. cc SO. R. R. Co
bu,u vv men. uowever, is on v i t .
gold washed. The nurehaser ZL. btani Lu,u VS' & Steel
found out now that their glasses are
good only at a certain distance and, I
that after using them they begin to
1 o.
hurt their eyes. The smooth-tongued
fellow, however, is making an easy
living.
- Conrr:d Seipp Brewing Co. vs. Geo.
John Orb vs. Easter G'ick and Glick
her husband.
John McPhearsou vs. I. H. R. R.
and C. I. & So. R. R. Co.
b. o. ...
Biscuit ....
B. R. T
C. (1. V
C. H O
C. & A. com
C. F. 1 49
Col. So 34
I'orn Products I'l
Cotton Oil
Can. 1'ac 16: H 164
Coast Line 136
Cent. Lea. 3oa
Denver com . . 4u;(
Dis 57
lirie 4L'5s
111. Cen 1.9
Interboro 37
Kan.C.So. com 2S
" prfd 52
L.& NT 1j9K Hli i3yy
Mex. Cent 2o 2 i
M. K. & T com a3! i 3 ny
prfd 0 'M
Mo. Pac. i
Nat. Iad - 74
N. Y. Cent.... 12
N'or.& Western f T
)nt.& Western 46
Hacilic .Mail ..
I'eo. Gas 90
i'enn
Hresswt Steel
Hih
lbi
Ob y't
43
41 g'
3s S
ASM
34
liii
16Us
36 v;
405
4jja"
'37'"
Reading
74
b7r S7i
4c-h 46
34; I . 4
VI-?i 90
Wi U7!.
4o 46'-, 6
Rep. I.dft S..., 'ibU
Do Pld 6
Rock Isld com 21
" j " prfd c2?4
Rubber 4Jit
-o. l'ac 714
.-euth. Ry com a4 a
.- t-M?: UA l-'4.!4
27
97
24
6
44
mi
96
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1 i
i48
179J-
21
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St. L. & S. W. 21 U 22 s
St.LS.F.2dpd -..
Texas 1'ao 314 32li
1'. C & Iron .. 1 5 1 Ji"
C. t'acirio .... 14, v2 H9! I
V. S. Meet.,.. 3;
1G I'M- 10 J" iU4;i 10ji
V ir Chemical 34 Js
Wabash
Do Fid 45 t
Wis. Central.. 2;-
prfd 46
Western Union
Money closed 1 J (i
Total sales 764,0to
43
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31 K
147;
45 -i
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137
fit
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117
60
74 yi
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133i
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139'i
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$230 SHE SAID; $3 IT V7AS.
TC0 LATE TO CLASSIFY.
There is a vast difference between j WAXTUD Man or woman to do
the contents of a woman's pocket! canvassing. Call at Kolb's drug
book after she has mislaid it and Utoiv, 151 South Ilohman street,
when she has found it again. A ' T,25,tf,
middle-aged woman on an incoming i
Michigan Ceutral train this morning! F0R SALE AT A 1ARGAIX One
complained loudly to the conductor stift" I?g derrick 25 tons capacity,
and train hands of having lost her ! "Ia5t 3S teet n5h, boom 52 feet
purse which she declared contained I long" Hammond Roiler Works,
$250 in money and three diamond ! Hammona- Ind- 7 25, lw.
rings, it was round after a dilli
gent search, under one of the seats.
Here's what was in it. Eight dol
lars, a railroad ticnet, a sample of,
FOUND A brown horse south of
Hammond. Fred Wejnand, 305
Kill
is K !1 TM
Month Opening
Wheat.
July 7a
sept. 77i4-n
Dec. 79U-,
May k2U-H
Corn.
July 51?i
Sept. 5is-v
Dec. 48 ;-49
May 4;;i-fg
Oats.
July 35;
ept 3 ii-.-Si
Dec. 34 X
May 36!4-j
Pork,
July IS i'a
Sept. 1730
Jan. ......
Lard.
Sept. S'7
Oct. Wi
Jan. s35b-37a
Ribs.
Sept. V0
Oct. S'2
Jan. 777
1!
Riffh Low
76, 'i 75 H
77 it ?-!4
79'j-SO "i
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75;,a 75 "8a
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Coincidental with the letter from
Mr. Sage, came one addresed to him.
which was delivered to Judge Mc
Mahan, who is acting for Mr. Sage,
having been given power of attor
ney by the refugee upon his leaving
Hammond. This letter is from Mr.
Donaldson and contained a money
order which he had promised to send
to Mr. Sage when he left him hero
and returned to Chicago. In his let
ter enclosed with the money order,
Mr. Donaldson addresses the refugee
as "My Dear Mr. Sage," and con
cludes with "hoping this will help
you to escape further unjust impris
onment." The language of this letter show
conclusively what Mr. Donaldson
thinks of the man whom he has be
friended and contradicts the alleged
statement of tho Elgin officials to
the effect that Mr. Donaldson had
dismissed Mr. Sage from his employ
because of his lack of reason and
would have nothing to do with the
old gentleman.
Making five complete changes in act
Most costly and elegantly dressed act in vaudeville.
&msd Gordon
Singing, Talking and Dancing Come
dians. Extra clown.
Illustrated Songs; moving pictures
An All Star Show.
THE STAY A i HOME.
Let others go
For pomp and show
yVhere ocean boats or mountain towers.
I'm clad I've pot
A harnoUke rpot
To rest in after working hours.
My wlf? and I,
Contented, slzh
For nothing that tho haunts of pleasure
r.y Fey. or lal:e
Could add to make
Our joy hi life of greater measure.
Good food to eat
(Despite the heat,
I love my meals, and so does Kitty)
And .ot a care
What clothes to wear!
We're quite contented In the city.
Although to Btick
Wht:o walls cf brick
Eneompns? one In all directions
Is hard, we've EQt
A cinch. That's what!
We're pronging: on my wife's connec
tions '.
-T. A. Paly In Catholic Standard and
Times.
10SS
20c
lie Xever Tumbled.
si
"Whew!
reckou."
This Is a tough bit oak, I
State Line.
7-25-tf
dress goods nd a powder rag. And !
the woman wris perfectly satisfied. !
LETTER LIST.
The following letters remain un-
CAR THUGS' VICTIMS IN BAD WAY call ed for at the Hammond postoffice
'ios Hattia Rarnes (2).
63G Truman
The latest reports from the bed-j
side of the conductor and moiorman j
who were, beaten up by two South
Chicago toughs, reveal the extent of
the injuries they received. Motor
man Baxter suffered a broken nose
and a fractured jaw and will be in
capacitated for work for several
weeks. The conductor's, face was
pounded to a pulp, both eyes being
closed. His case is serious and
should complications set in, his in
juries may cost him his eyesight or
perhaps his life. Conductor Y Jung's
home is in Kouts, Ind. J
1906:
Mrs. J. A. Brown.
Mr. Jos. Bonner.
C. H. Hammond.
Mr. Geo. E. Leville.
Mr. Matt H. Martin,
Mr. J. Maxwell,
EJ. Nicksch.
Fred Pecceny.
Miss Grace Stapekemper.
Sir. and Mrs. T, J. Smith.
Miss Georgia Savage (2).
Stetson Lumber Co.
Mias. Mary Anna Wolf.
A Shattered Iloiuance.
"Yes, we were at the play this after
noon. All the glrl.4 think Lester
Scraggs is just too lovely for any
thing. What was the play alout? I
don't know. We were too much ab
sorbed iu watching Lester to pay any
attention to the play. He 'looked just
too killing in a yellow wicr, with a blue
plush cloak hanging over his arm. And
he had the sweetest jeweled sword!
"After the play we all went around
to the stage door am waited for him
i to come out. And, say, he isn't the
! least bit handsome when you see him
i close. His face is awfully flabby, and
his Lair is short and thin and kind of
; sandy. There was a fat woman in a
' freak hat came up just as he started
; away and took hold of his arm, and
they walked along together. 'I won-
der who that woman is'- I said to Jane
! Snooply. A coarse looking man near
the door heard me. 'That's hla wife '
BASTAR & McGARRY
This name means a GUARANTEE
of Quality in
Diamonds, Watches, Jewclery and
Silverware
Also the Highest De-ree of Skilled Workmanship in Watch
and Jewelery Repairing
J 75 So. Hohman St
Our Aim!
We are aiming for business. We are loaded with tho
best stock at the best prices. We are certain to hit
the mark and get the business. Those who want the
best soda the market affords will find it at
Summers Sanitary Soda Fountain
SUMMERS PHARMACY,
Expert Prescriptionists.
Commercial Bank Building
Call your doctor over our phones.
Two 'Phones
W
Chicago. July 25. Wheat. Early
foreign markets were a trifle strong
er and started our market off a shade
lighter. Reports from South Da
kota were of a rather discouraging : be said.
uaiuie ana claimed that the crop was , "Then we all went home."-Cleveland
deterioratmg. but this was later de-: Plain Dealer.
nied by houses with northwestern !
connections. The early advance was I Doond to Be Comfortable,
not sustained, however, liberal offer- i A rti-a(ieiI'hla man went to Maine
ings by elevator houses and profit oa Lia vacatioa-and he found the nights
taking by longs who bought -wheat i veJ coU, aml clothes scarce.
around -fi VP,,.,!,,: , . Wl: Are these all the bedclothes you
arounu io yesteruav eased oiT nnr-i t c, . . . .
u-et deeHni f n . : ffIve ho quired of the chambermaid,
ket. declining a full cent from the "This is all that goes with one rom,"
high prices reached early in the ses-: the replied.
sion. The close was weak with the : '"Then give me a couple of rooms,"
bear operators inclined to press their : 6a5d he Philadelphia Press,
advantage. j , . , ;
tiat do you llilek?
The best way to win a girl's
heart is by presenting her
with a box from
alace ot ": Sweets
The best in Hammond,
Brahos Brother
Telephone 2942
w 1
Proprietors.
126 Hohman St.
Corn higher early in the session on i
the continued bad crop news emanat
ing from southern Illinois and some
sections of Kansas. Later in the
day when wheat showed such mark
ed weakness, there was an effort to I
Setting Him mht.
Borroughs (angrily) When Markley
lent me that $10 I thick I overheard
you remark that you wondered when
I would pay him back.
Kandor No; you're mistaken.
Borroughs Oh, I guess not!
KandorYes,
f take Profits rrn Inns' inm 'rnitul
.... " -"wll--s Kancories, you are. I didn't n
IL GOoTLIN. Postmaster, j m closing the market soft with most j hen," but -lf.--TIUadelpLUi Press
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SUNDAY, JULY 29
Lincoln J. Carter's
The Fast Mai
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The greatest spectacular melodrama ever written. Fifteen
years of reeord breaking: success. Many imitators, but no compete
ors. As a scenic production it stands alone. A car load ot brand
new scenery. . ,
Prices: 25, 35, 50 and 75c.
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