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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE FIVE Souvenir and Comic PO n .r . - t. m-ju w"r,,-. -t n...,JA-.i,V. i-r..'- "-rufcr irirl U it in NER Y JOS. VV. VVEIS, The Druggist ioi State Street. Will soon remove to 98 State Street. x$ S-- 4 h ."s-tjf r6? ,h. ill sS&s m trT "X YOU Will Miss It! Ml V If you try to g. along this winter without the proper kind ci coax Always bear in ruled that the beet is the ohaapeBt in the end. We eell the best coaS that money can buy, but we charge no more for it than you will have to pay for an lafersor article Bcckman, Kl&tt (El Co COAL. - FEED. - BUILDIND MATERIAL TELEPHONE 40. - J4C INDIANA AVE. " - a n n ... A n a. n n . . CITIZENS GERMAN NATIONAL BANK HAMMOND IND. Capita. $100,000. Your Bank account is not too large. "Neither is it too small for the CITIZENS GERFtlAfJ HATJQHAL BANK to handle. We solicit the same on the most liberal terms consistent with good Banking. 3 per cent interest paid on time certificates of deposits. Same issued from $1.00 up. Drafts to all parts of the World sold. GO SMITH Pres W D WEIS M D Vice Pres . GEO M KDER Cashier E S MERINE Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS CIIAS SMITH C II FRIEDRICH J C BECKER HERMAN SCHREIDER H M PLASTER A J- G. W. HUNTER 77 17 i utomobue arase. Best Eqippcd Repair Shop in the State. Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System .Phone 122 91 5. HOHMAN STREET Huehn Block. HAMOMND. IND You Will D iKe in oan ii 0 n On Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons, Etc., without moving them from your posses sion. There fs no publicity whatever. We do not inquire of your friends or neighbors. Our rates are tiie lowest And rebate is g'iven if paid before time contracted. You repay in small weekly or monthly payments. Come in and learn how cheaply you can get the use of $10 to $1,000 for one month to one year. If you can not call write or phone and we will send our representative to see you. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO. 913S-40 Commercial Ave., South Chicago. Telephone South Chicago 104. Room 203 Fink Bldj. Open evenings until 9 p. m. 5 I a o o '-V .1 f - Wk jm rfwp m. jm. . PHONE Q First class llYery In connection. Night calls promptly attended. o o o o o o o a LADr ASSISTANT J Private ambulance O Office open night and day NICHOLAS EMMERLING 5ucceior tm Kroat tt Lmmartnz UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRACTICAL EMBALM ER. 211 Sib -y Street, Ha.Tirnond, Ind C) o GRAFT 117 EASE BALL HOW Cmpire Accused of Having Monej on Game in Which lie Officiated aa Umpire. Minneapolis. July 2S. Formal ctares that Umpire Cm-ens deliberate ly placed bets on the" 31inueaiK!is-Co-lumbus games, the latter to win, for the benefit "of a gambling ' vmbine In which he was interested bare been preferred by Secretary Lidiard. of the Minneapolis Base Pall association. This is the result of decisions which provoked riotous demon stmt tons at American association games here las week. The Minneapolis management has been working on the case ever since, and has now secured affidavit3 from three well-known gamblers that they had an understanding with the umpire whereby they advisedly bet on Columbus. Duplicate copies of the charges and affidavits have been mailed to Presi dent J. D. O'Brien, of the American association, hut the matter has been placed for action in the hands of Au gust Herrman, of Cincinnati, chairniau of the National bae ball comnilssion. Owens says the charges are fal in ev ery particular. NOT THE RIGHT CONSTANTINO New York 3Ian Accused of the Mrs. Gentry Diabolism Establishes a . Perfect Alibi. 1 Toughkeepsie, X. Y., July 28. Friti Constantino, the young man who was arrested at the Tivoli last week charged with being the alleged murderer of Mrs. Arthur W. Gentry, of Chicago. on Jan. 0 lasft was diweharged from the Duchess county jail this morning a free man. Constantino is not the man wanted by the Chicago authori ties, although he bears a remarkablv close resemblance to the nnvrderer. Arthur Y. Gentry, the husband of the murdered woman, had a Ions in terview with the prisoner. At the con clusion of that -interview Gentrv s-ave the prisoner a cigar, shook hands with mm and said: "lie is not the man." Besides this Constantino established a perfect alibi showine that he bad signed his name on the twiv roil of n New York street railway company aa conductor on Jan. fi, 1006. A 3AS LE PEIHAEY ! , Prominent Republican Lieaders Say It la a Jlenace to the Party and Bad Politics. Chicago, July 2$. Primary nomina tions for political parties Mere strong ly censured by Secretary of the Treas ury Shaw and Representative Tawuey, of Minnesota, who while en route to their homes met at the Auditorium ho tel. In discussing the political cam paigns now on throughout the coun try generally Tawney said: -Primary nominations are a menace to the party, and clvarly against our Republican principles. They should not be." "I am with you there," replied Sec retary Shaw, "and while I am not tak ing any active part in the selections this year I am against the primary nomination plan. Our fellows get out and abuse one another, and charge eac h other with various misdemeanors in politics, and then when it is all over the opposition gathers together all that has been said against the Re publican nominee and uses it against him in the following election." A Gold en - Opportunity Escaped Lunatic Captured. Green Bay, Wis., July John Barton, a Coleman (Wis.) woodsman who escaped from an asylum at Green Bay, and who has been reported de fying the Marinette county officers at the point of a revolver for .several days, has been captured, by Fred M. Loftus, superintendent of the Brown county aylum, and John Finnegan, assisted by two Marinette officers. EIGHT-HOUE LAW VIOLATION Two Bridge Companies in the District or Columbia Are the First Hit. Washington. July 28. The first prosecutions in the District of Co lumbia for violation of the eight-hour law on government work were begun here when United States Attorney Bak er filed in the police court three in formations against the Penn Bridce company, a corporation of Pennsyl vania, and two against the District- Construction company, of the District of Columbia. The-' two companies are ens-acred in gilding bridges in the District of Columbia appropriated for by the "gov ernment, and the allegation is made that practically since the becinnitKr of the work the men have been required to labor ten hours a day. The action s the result of an investlsation bv Charles F. Xeill. commissioner of la bor, into a number of comulainta of organized labor officials. ""- - -w-ilnt-r irr -f -" -j V'-l V I e Way we 8? 1 Two-Cent-a-Mite Law Void. Richmond, Va., July 28. The states corporation commission has declared the Churchman 2-ceut railway mileage- act of the legislature in conflict with the constitution of the United States and therefore null and void, and en tered an order dismissing the proceed ings, ine attorney general- immediate ly took steps- to appeal to the supreme court of the United States. Hard Aground Near Copper Harbor. Calumet, Mich., July 28. The steamer Weston, bound up for Superior to load iron ore, went ashore in a fog on the Keweenaw point, three miles from Copper harbor. The vessel is two feet out forward with Xo. 3 and i compartments badly damaged. The condition of the weather is now calm and the crew is safe. Crew Went Down with Her. La Rocheile. France. July 28. The Danish freight steamer Mkobar, which has arrived here, reports hav ing run down and sunk a sailing ves sel, name unknown, fifteen miles off shore. All the crew of the sunken ship went down with her. They Shy at Bernhardt. Paris, July 28. The chancellery of the Legion of Honor has again reject ed the nomination of Sarah Bernhardt for the Cross of the Legion of Honor despite the formal Insistence of M. Braind, minister of public Instruction and worship. Bardeuheier Is Still Missing. Madison. Wis., July 28. The mys tery over the disappearance of George Bardenheier, a prominent Jeweler, miss ing since Monday, remains unsolved'. Police searched ail the lakes and roads for miles around, but found no trace. Fish and Harriman Agree. New York. July 28. At a meeting of the Illinois Central directors an under standing was reached between Presi dent Ilsb. and E. II. Harriman, where by there will be no contest for proxies' at the coming election in October. Fish Story from Cincinnati. Cincinnati, July 28. Henry Keller man, of St. Bernard, one of the subur ban villages, and an enthusiastic dis ciple of Isaak Walton, caught a large catfish in the Miami river, near Plain ville. In its stomach he found a gold bracelet, and identified it as an orna ment that had been lost by Miss Anna Banning,, a girl friend, while she was out boating with him three years aga A chance for every one to own a Home The Hammond Realty Company will help yoa are putting on the market seventy-five choice resi y dent lots in East Lawn and McHie's Subdivision and will sell yon yonr choice of any of 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 offered again. For information and particulars call at our office HAfinOND REALTY COflPANY Hammond Building or our Agents GOSTLIN, riEYN & COMPANY 92 State Street 11 Pretender's Forces Routed. London, July 2S.-tA dispatch to a news agency from Tangier, Morocco, says that an all-day engagement oc curred near Muluya, and that the pre tender's forces were routed, with heavy loss, by the sultan's troops, who after ward paraded the district with rebels' heads stuck on their bayonets aa trophies of the victory. ft! Big Sum for a Hospital. Philadelphia. July 2S. Under the provisions of the will of Charles Fer guson, coal operator and mine- owner, who died on July 10, an estate amount ing to more than a million dollars will eventually go to the Presbyterian hos pital, of this city, and the American and New England Anti-Vivisectioa societies. Raid on the Tiger's Lair. Chippewa Falls, Wis.. July 28. The sheriff raided the gambling resorts of this city and confiscated all the gam bling paraphernalia. NEWS FACTS IU OUTLINE Was Death, to Two Men. ReatTTtig, Pa.. July 2S. In a collision between an engine and a car on the Frackville branch of the Readiag rail road William F. Smith, of this city, was killed, and A. F. Bender probably fatally injured. Grain Rate War to End. Chicago, July 28. The war on grain rates from Missouri river points to Chi cago will come to an end Aug. 10. Reason Enough. Benevolent Old Gentleman (rescuing one small boy from the purnmeliag of two others) What are you hurting thia boy for? 'Because he made so many mistakes bx his arithmetic this morning." "But what business was that of yours?' "Why, he let tis copy our answers from his." A Strike. Mrs. Xulywed You don't love me aay more; I know you don't! XaJywed But, my dear, you're mistaken. I adore yon. Mrs. Nulywed Xo; you don't Xo man could love a woman so badly dressed, as I am! Paris Rire. Calmness under contradiction is de monstrative of great stupidity or strong Intellect Zimmernana. Secretary Root has arrived at Rio de Janeiro, and been received with honor and enthusiasm. It is proposed to stock the stagnant waters of yellow fever countries with "top" minnows, because they destroy the mosquito. The strike of S.000 miners which has been on in eastern Ohio since April 1, has been declared off. John Henry (colored was executed in the grounds attached to the county alms house at Snow II111, MtL, for rape of a white woman. "WiJlkommen Saenger" is the popu lar phrase in St Paul now. the North western SaengerbunU being in session In that city. The president has appointed. J. J. Dunn supervising inspector of steam vessels, Fourth district, at St Louis. John Bradburn shot and killed him self in his home at East Aurora, X. Y. He had been ill for some time. Canadians resident in the United Kingdom have presented a superb sil ver centerpiece to the new British bat tleship Dominion. Speaker Cannon was the guest over night of John W. Gates at Xew Lou don, Conn. The delegation from the United State ""vjtne Pan-American Congress suppLcr? chairman for all the important committees, including that on the Diago doctrine. The Spanish government has signi fied a willingness to enter into a tariff arrangement with this country based upon section 3 of the Dingley act Logical. She I think we ghouEd be able to live nicely on ?3,000 a year. He But my salary is only $2,000. She I know it, dear, but my clothes come to $1,000 a year, and I have enough now to laai Xor the first twelve months. THE LADD AGENCY TRANSACTS A General Real Estate and Insurance business. Prompt attention given all business intrusted with us. A big snap in a twelve flat pro; -sition paying 12 per cerit. This must bs sold at once. REPRESENTATIVES CF THE EAST CHICAGO COMPANY East Chicaao, Indiana OFFICE: P. O. BUILIDNG Phone 343 Ik "jBW NEG KEEP COOL LIGF.E SHIRTS 11 i ! mliijiPi ilJillif i i V in "il We have them with or with out collars. Percales, mo hairs, sateens, silk and silk mixtures. All sizes oOg to cbSiSO Special Sale Men's Suits and Trousers. M Q NJ. i nil INDIANA. Gostlin leyn " Real Estate in all Its Branches." Now is the time to buy yourself a home. We haro houses ana lot to suit the taste and purse of anyone. Come now before th prices tegla to climb. They are low now. but are boi- to go up. We hava a fe bargains left but they will sooa be gone. Doa't delay. Wq List here a foi7 of our BargoIoQ New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, pareaent tsl fcricS sewer paid for. 50x150 ft. lot, Calumet ave., $2,500. 6 Ioom ioase full 7 foot basement, eaent floor, bath hot and cold watej gas for light and 50 foot lot, cement sidewalk, fine lawn, Snanea street, $2,100. 25 foot lot on State street across from Carter's lfrery barn, at 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, 37i2 foot lot, LaSalle street, $1,000. 42 foot lot on State and State Line streets at a bargain. Fine two flat building, 50 foot lot on Ogden street, $3,600. New 8 room house on Manilla avenue, $2,400. Michigan avenue 8 rooms, $2,100. 4 room cottage, brick foundation, $700. 5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, $1,000, easy payments. 9 room house, 50 foot let, Sheffield-avenue $2,500. 8 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield avenue, $2,000. 4 room cottage, Oak street, north of Hof man, 25 foot lot on easy pay ments, $750. 7 room cottage on Truman, near Oakley, 35 foot lot, $1,400. The above are but a few of 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. Gistlln. Meya & co -Real Estate la t itsSrjarttj . i , .. -