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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1906. ilion have been opf-nly queried, tx- srannne is captured. Recall their THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES -r.-i.r. . : ... ; presses the opinion in an interview ; night trip to I'UIJ- i tvivt n to the ' Indianapolis Star that ; Shank's !onien AN EVENING NEWSPAPER. LIS! I ED BY THE LAKE COUNTY PRINTING AND PUBLISHING COM PANY. Terms of Subscription: Yearly Half Yearly.. Single. Copies "Entered as $3.00 $1.00 1 teat. fcecond-class matter June 28, 1S0G. at the postoffice at j Hammond, Indiana, under the Act or Congress, March IhtJ, Offices in Hammond building. Ham mond, Ind. Telephone 111. the tariff shoubi W removed frori; poiiticrt uuri tha intrusted business iii::.. Hi ! the trail? will fou-d cf special diversion (interest at this tir.i;; when the sub. It- itviiioa fchouid j a coniinisf-ion of ; la a of treating j FRIDAY, JULY 190G. Gctns In Verse -3 jeer, of tariff revision U of large and growing importune. Mr. Parry said: 'T believe in. a traiff lav.- provid ing maximum and minimum sched ules of duties an. 'I giving the presi dent the power to conclude reciproc ity arrangement. within the limits of these schedules. I also , believe that the tariff should be taken as j much as possible out.-of pontics and j ! perts who can give their individual I time to the investigation of each! i s Open the Ueor. Open the door; let In the air. The winds are sweet, and the flow.ers are fair; Joy i3 abroad in the world today. If our door la wide It may coma this way. Open the door! Open the door; lt In the sun. He hath a, smile for every one; He hath made of the raindrops gold anj gems; He may change your fears to diadems. Open the door! ; Open the door of the pouI; let in Strong, pure thoughts which shall banish sin; 5hey will crow and bloom with irrace divine,' . And their fruit shall be sweeter than that of tho vino. Orwn the door! Open the door of the heart: let In Sympathy sweet for stranger and kin; It will make the hails of the heart so fair That angeU may enter unaware. Open the door! British Weekly. protected Industry in order to ascer tain the least amount of protection each industry really requires, the t recommendations of the commission ! to be followed by the executive in i securing traae concessions rrom other countries. Mr. Longsworth, during his de ferred honeymoon trip, is giving a major portion of his time to a close study of European politics. The in formation he acquires will be of es pecial value to him in his direction of the work of readjusting our con sular svstem and thus redound to the advantage of the country. Mr.' Longsworth is a . coming man in congress, and the prooatunues are that he would have arrived without u.e assistance of a very advantage ous marriage. Fort wayne .News. WANTED A national leader for the democratic party. WANTED A democratic party for the national leader. THE desire for pastures new, is characteristic of cattle, sheep and man. IN 1900 Mr. Roosevelt asserted that, "The election of Mr. Bryan would cause such financial chaos ns to reduce this country to a condition IF a man wants to put himself down thoroughly, let him persist in endeavoring to put down sme one else. The experiment has never failed and never will. IF the beef exposures are absolute ly reliable and our financial men are thoroughly rotten as Mr. Roosevelt won1" ., '; - e us believe, why does Wil so occupy his post of honor in tent's cabinet? That's all ,tE are sending five Pullman cars To Japan on order and if we want to give thm a first class idea of an American "hold-up" we should send the porters along with them. WE understand that Taft sat on the Shaw boom for president. We may rest assured it was flat at the first drop. IF we must enthuse about some thing, what is the matter with the hay crop? Also, we might remember that the ocean and other places still yield a big catch of lobsters. THE preacher and our goodly folk may rave about the indecencv of the peek-a-boo waist but the hungry mos qulto can do the quickest work in reforming the summer girl's apparel. of acute distress." of Mr,: Roosevelt, A tew more years ' I Q1T Ml.-v,". HAW 1 gresslinal renderings like the past a nttie more sianaer and unproven muckraking, and the very bottom will drop out of finance. In 1900 we had fatiguing iterations of Roose veit epigrams which were radical without being unfair or unreason able, and were strong for solidity in American finance and honor, yet to day 0 well, all the reminders ii the world wont cure the executive of the notoriety fever, and I suppos "in the hangmans' house, one never speaks of the ropa," j GEN. NELSON A. MILES, former commander-la-chief of the Unite States army, says that the openln of the canal will in his opinion, be step toward a war in the future "If war does come, he said, ' it will be a struggle for supremacy be tween the United States and the powers of the world." Gen. Miles admitted that the struggle he foresees will not come fro some time. Rut it is certain soon er or later as the clash of commerce becomes keener. In such a war the United States would have to struggle single-handed against the world. An increased' army and navy would not avail much, he says. South American trade is the bone over which t lie powers will contend and the canal's opening will force us into the arena. Sou. e time tgo Mrs. W. H. Gost !in Fi've a lawn party in which a fox hunt for a coon was the chief) Mrs. Gostlin has had the t roon ever since. Yesterday it es- j taped from captivity and was lost.; Simultaneously two lost and found j ads were received at the Lake County Times office. The first read LOST A very pretty coon; if the finder will please return this ani-j mal to the owner unharmed he will j be well rewarded. Mrs. W. H. Gost- j lin. i The second was slightly ' different j ... j ... i 1 j anil reau ! LOST A coon; if the finder will re-j j turn ' the dead body of this brute! he will have my undying gratitude; and an ample reward. Mr. W. K. Gostlin. TOADS ARE VALUABLE. WITH THE EDITORS. In the fall campaign the Demo crats are in a very peculiar posi tion. They are asking that Repub lican members of congress be replac ed by Democrats but try as they may they can't offer any reasons why euch a change should be made. They can't say that the Republican congress failed in its duty to the people and they can't attack the ses sion's legislation without condemn- ng themselves, for when it came to the final vote, after there was no onger hope in filbustering, they, the Democrats, voted for the Republican . t A 1 v measures, consequently tne demo cratic candidates for represenattive are in a position of asking the de feat of the Republican members, at the same time confessing that the Republican legislation was wise. It 3, one of the most peculiar cam paigns ever conducted in this coun try. In the landslide of the last presidential election several Republi cans were swept into congress from districts that are Democratic under normal conditions. It is to be ex pected that a few thus elected will e retired. Rut to any one with faith in the intelligence of the peo ple it must seem a certain predic tion that the grat majority of the Republican members will be return ed. The present Republican major- ty is to be thanked for putting through the legislation of the presi dent. Were the people to turn away from these faithful representatives thy would be guilty of an ingrati tude that is foreign to American character. In voting for the Repub lican nominees the people will be voting for the friends of President Roosevelt, who are needed in con gress during the balance of the ad ministration. Lafayette Journal. According to the agricultural bu reau there are 3ss files and the hun-! summer than there has been for many years. The fact is attributed to the mild weather of last winter. Accord ing to agriculturists the mild winter is destructive to the eggs of the in sects and flies. Many insect-feeding birds did not migrate last winter be cause of the unusual condition of the weather and remained to prey upon insects and their eggs. Mildew is de structive to the eggs of many kinds of insects and last winter mildew prevailed throughout this section of the country. Fewer toads were destroyed by the cold weather than usual, and toads are estimated as among tha val uable assistants to farmers and grow ers of fruits and vegetables. Each toad will devour thousands of insects during the summer, and the kind they relish best are destructive to crops. It. Is estimated that each toad is worth $18 a year to any farmer or fruit grower. The agricul tural bureau in its publications im plores the public to refrain from kill ing toads just the same as they would a rat catching dog or cat. THE CHILEAN "YAPPA." Between Trains Now these are the words her husband said: "O yes. your gown's alright Put you know you never look well in red. The thing's too gay and too bright." "You light the room like a rose abloom With it's hundred leaves astir, A rose too fair for a crown to It I Similar to the "Lagnlappe" of Sew Orleans. Residents of New Orleans and north ern readers of Cable's stories of the city are familiar with the interesting and gracious custom of small trades men of giving lagniappe. The word, commonly pronounced "lanyap," refers to the small present which the dealers make to their customers as a sort of inducement to call again. The custom Is so firmly established that the people are in the habit of waiting for their little present after they have made their purchases, and childreu ask for it. Mrs. Hort in her book "The Garden of the Pacific" describes a similar cus tom in Valparaiso. The Chileans, how ever, call the gift a "yappa," which one readily sees is kindred to the word us-ed In New Orleans. "I used to frequent the fruit market, which was well stocked. The fresh fi,':s were the largest and sweetest that I had ever seen or tasted, and I made a point of daily bringing some home for breakfast. "The first time I selected the number which I wanted the girl placed them between leaves in my basket and then laid another half dozen on the top. I supposed that she wished me to buy an extra quantity and shook my head In the negative. She smilingly ex plained that It was for a yappa. As I had nothing more to pay, I was agree ably impressed by the custom. "The Chileans exact the yappa as their due. We were In a confectionery shop one flay when a small child came in and held up a centavo (halfpenny! for some sweets. The man handed them to her. She held up her other hand and lisped out, 'Mi yappa,' and got it." New York Globe. .SPEECH OF THE TOWN PUMP. "I will never forget the pleasant dream from which T awoke this morning. I hope that some day it will come true, You say you are inter ested in the dream that a town pump had? All right! I dreamed that years ago I had been relegated to the scrap pile in Jake Diamond's yard, but one day Gov, Hanly ap pointed a third police commis sioner, and he forthwith set out to install me in my old place in front of the Central school building. A committee of citizens including Albert Each, Billy Gostlin, Henry Whitaker and Dick Schaaf waited on Jake Diamond, whom they addressed as Mr. Jake Diamond. When I was set up in my old place ev erybody crowded around me and gave me the glad hand. In the crowd I even noticed the Town Tank, who only the other day made such remarks as 'mildewed cabbage;' 'the icebox for you about me. He was as tarns as a lamb. I generously forgave him see ing that he tried to better himself. "Well, along came a street car. In it I noticed the first great change. It was large and commodious. By pulling a lever it could be lengthened out to any size, until it looked like one of these big bolognas that they cut up in saloons for lunch. "It had many compart ments, one for the general public, one for ladies only, and one for young couples go ing cut to the parks We had all sorts of parks at the time in Hammond; The third com partment was for smokers. Another for tobacco chewers. A" fourth was for the bache the street car hog, and a sixth lors and old maids, a fifth for equipped with a paddling ma chine and cushioned walls, was given over for the drunk3. I only saw them use it once and that was when the Town Tank boarded the car. As he entered the conductor said to him : 'The mildewed cabbage for you;' fyou to the ice box.' "The constitution of the United States was written in large letters on the walls of the section for the general public. Many of the passen gers rode by their getting off place trying to read and re read the glorious constiut tion. In the ladies compart ment were given a list of bar gain prices on every article imaginable. I remember some of them said: 'Diamonds of half size at half price.' Silk ribbon spun by the Kauf man & Wolf silkworms, 23 cents a yard. Ladies making a purchase of $1.00 will be given one admission ticket to Brooks' Grand Vaudeville. "The other compartments too, were appropriately decor ated. Yes- I think it is bed time, here come the Elks from their hall where they have been initiating a new member tonight. That's right, have a drink before you go, maybe you'll have a dream like I did. Try to ring in one on the Town Tank, anyhow." Palace of Sweets : r i CANDIES 'AND ICE CREAM CHICHESTER'S OJGUSH PEHiiH0AL PILLS ! x3 nsmess Directory fe OF LAKE COUNTY A 3 ! F. L. KNIGHT & SONS Surveyors, Engineers, Draftsmen. Investigation of records and examin- JMiciiE-vrKK- :n.i.i(i m ua .ad ; made. Maps and plates furnished. " " uvm, tKbira wua p.un nuuoa. Take no !!ir. llrfuM danrou tubtli- i Proxm Point tuiionad imitations, llnvuf vour Irmjirtst. jJVSU AUUl or end -le. ir iarr.is I r I'ltrfiulan. TU moaialk art -Ulir tor in tetter, ' , ,, lb i See VM. KLSIHEGE CKICHT3TER CHEMICAL CO. SlOO JladUuc. Square, PHI LA., Indiana Since 1S90. DR. WILLIAM D. WEIS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Duetscher Arzt. Office and residence 145 llohman St., Phone 20 (private wire) day and night service. ill h ii c '"f" '"--" ! p Vri t rrasjt' -VtA FOR PLUMBING. 15 2 South Hohman Street. Telephone. CI JOHNSON'S STUDIO Has two back tuit ranees that all par ties can drive to with thei. brid al putties and flower pieces un til Slate street is finished. MASONIC TEMPLE. HAMMOND REALTY CO.iWM. J. WHINERY Steady, Stong and Significant j is the increase in the Chi-! i- i , Hammond, Bid? Pitronage. is YOUR NAME WRITTEN HERE? New Subscribers: ; Owners of choice lots m Mcilie's ! Sub-division. Hammond, Ind. LAWYER. Telephone 2H1 Suite 306 Ilammoai Luihling. Lansing, 3S68, llenker Bernard Y. Hammond, 2911, Irving School. Hammond, C761, Dohling Ed. Hammond, 3932, Chandler, V. V. Hammond, 1153, Chidlaw, Dr.B.W. Hammond. 1194, Cohen, Abe I. Hammond, 4 021, Davis, Nathan. Hammond. 3SS4, Dedelow. Wm. Hammond, 11 1, Drackert, Geo. ; Hammond, 3351, Droge, Geo. Hammond, 151, Elrebach, H. F. Hammond, 1061, Eisenhutt, Frank Hammond, 2313, Einsele, Eva. Hammond 1011, Elliott, F. M. Hammond, 3972, Eisner, Louis. Hammond, 2093, Fenstermacher.M Hammond, 25G2, Fiedorowici, Lawrence. Hammond, 4051, Fiebelkorn, Otto. Hammond, 3463, Fisher, Albert. Hammond, 1604, Follmar, John. Hammond, 3723, Gruener, Jacob. Hammond, 1774, Haehnel, H.. Over 1200 residents near Chicago ordered Chicago telephones last month. You need one. TALK IT OVER WITH YOUR3EL? CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO. Service that Satisfied. C. E. GREEN V A L D ATTORNEY." New York Ave. and 119th Street. Phone Whiting 241- Whiting, Ind. NELSON THOMASSON 85 Dearborn Street, Chicago. Buys and ; sells acres and lots at GARY and TOLLESTON. The cheap est and best.. Probably has bought and sold more than any other REAL ESTATE firm. . REFERS TO CHICAGO BANKS. W. F. MASHINO FIRE INSURANCE. OCIce la First National Bank Bldg. OALTJi.iET HOTEL " Otto Matthias. Prop. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Corner Calumet Avenue and Hoffman Street. Phone 2043. Hammond, Ind. MAX NASSAU JEWELER AND OPTICIAN Olcott Ave. East Chicago, Ind. Fine Repairing is Our Success JOHN ttUISC C. A. RODQERS I C a. .'.'..-. itS j&jjs WD? ,7A- --'Y- .-t-Ki -L rfr .. ' -.-. ; ; s. . . v : Huher & Rodger miH UNDERTAKING LIVERY AND SALE STABLE NIGHT CAB Office Phone 115 Res. Phoria 8121 71-73 STATE STREET HAMMOND, IND. THE SAIS OF EGYPT. DAVID M. PARRY of Indianapolis, formerly president of the National ssociation of Manufacturers, whose speeches on the labor ques- wear,' Said the Tertium Quid to her. Now these are the words her hus jband said: "Wood Lord you women are wise. You've raced and chased till you Id half dead And have circles under your eyes." "Tonight yeur smile is as taint the while As a star in the mists dim blur. You're tired. T know, but you're lov liest so." Said the Tertiam Quid to her. hus- Now these are the words her band said: He'll pay for it every cent! But why should she choose that man Instead, She ought to have been content." "O women are dear and women are queer And are bought with a coin, forbid. And their husbands may grow wise some day" Reflected the Tertium Quid. A Warning: Runner Wlio Bellow I. lice a Hull as lie Goes. The sais is a runner v." ho keeps in front of a carriage and warns common people out of the way and who beats thorn with a stick if they do not hurry up about it. It is obvious that to do this he must run quickly. Most men when they ran bend their bodies forward and keep thoir mouths closed lu order to sfive t!vlr wind. The sais runs with his t ct rn hi j th rr-v l'lV o r, rl tTnimna. ia;t like an enraged elephant. lie holds h'.s !onc wand at his side like a mus ket and not trailing in his hand like a walking stick, and he wears a soft slilrt cf white stuff and a sleeveless coat buried in gold lace. lie is a perfect Ideal of color and movement, and as ho runs he bellows !iko a bull or roars ns you have heard a lion roar at feeding times in a menagerie. There are sometimes two of them running abreast, dressed exactly alike r.ud with the upp?r part of their bodies AS long as young Stokes has joined pertinent to Inform all capitalists! who long to get back to the soil, that ! they will experience absolutely no ; difficulty in exchanging their worldly ! goods with ambitious farm hands. Deafness Cannot be Cured i by local applications, as they cannot j reach the diseased portion of the ea: j There is only one way to cure deaf- j aess, and that is by constitutional ' remedies. Deafness is caused by an ! inflamed condition of the mucous : lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube is inflamed you havs j a rumbling sound or imperfect hear- j in? nnd whsn It i pntlrplv f'ncod Jeafness is the result, and unless ' 1 '" n'f "' .!' i" m m nil. .iinii.y.m.iiiu. . iu m imi !. -'. ' J'jwi ' w 'T11. r "" ""y -: ,;,.?""Jj Mi Tint i ""'m''i''--" '''7 I 1 V 1350.00 I and up to $3,000 1 Model 14 - $1750 :l : ! !t I : I i 4 it Officers Hanlon and Murphy will certainly be pleased to hear Con- the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal j condition, hearing will be destroyed j forever; nine cases out of ten are; caused by Catarrh, which is nothing: but an inflamed condition of the ; as rijrid us the wand pressed against mucous surfaces. i their sides and with the ends of their We will give 0ne Hundred Dol- i cut'tehiul l0nSr ta&Sel Str0aml2S larsfor any case of Deafness (caused! Vthey veil and bellow donkeys and b Catarrh- that cannot be cured by i carriages and people scramble out of IIalI's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-; their way until the carriage they pre- lars fre. ; cede has rolled rapidly by. Only F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. i princesses of the royal harem and con- Sold by druggists 75c. suls general and the heads of the army Take Hall's Family Pills for con- j or, occupation ana me Egyptian army ctjpation. 7-6-lm. arc permitted two sais; other people j : xnns have one. ; j Subscribe for the Lake County Times. THE CAR THAT IS RIGHT IN DESIGN, MATERIAL AND WORKA1ANSHIP The highest possible grade of material, handled according to the design of skilled and experienced engineers, by expert mechanics in the largest and most thoroughly equipped automobile tactory in the world. There is no part based on guess work or on what the other fellow does, and the costly experimental work is done in the factory and not by the purchaser. U is RIGHT in the beginning, RIGHT when delivered and stays RIGHT all the time. These are the features of primary importance the facilities of our enormous factory enable us to give you THE RIGHT CAR AT THE RIGnT PRICE Will be cheerfully shown and demonstrated at our various branches. MAIN OFFICE AND FACTORY, - - KENOSHA, WIS. Representative for this District THE HORNECKER MOTOR MFG. CO. 14 Indiana Blvd. Whiting, Ind., U. S. A. Me have the best equipped Garage and Repair Shops in this locality. All work done by skilled mechanics. Also manufacturers of TORPEDO MOTORCYCLES.