Thursday, August 2. 190(5.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
JOS. W. WEIS, R. Ph.
98 State Street. Phone No. 1.
What the Iowa Republican Con
vention Proves After All
the Great Excitement.
HE CONTROLS FROM TEE START
Justed from time to time, cud con-
i PEONAGE STORY A FAKE
! df mnhig without reserve all assaults !
i upon the protective ostein we favor ; Investigation Fails to Find Any Sign
i fclu'h reasonable and timely changes as ! Thereof in the Jackson Luni
; will keep the tariff ia harmeav with - her Cam n.
Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 2. Lmll
Lesso r, president of the German Immi
gration society, of Alabama J; as re
turned froiu LocLharL Ala., where he
had been for three cays investigating
the char ires of ieor,:ure in thi 111111:1
jour ii dustrial and commercial progress.
I favor the reciprocity inaugurated
j iy Blaine, advocated by MeKiniey and
: Roosevelt as recognized in 'Republican
! platforms and legislation.
A tribute is paid to the memorv of
the late Representative 1I n iersou.
and cordial greetings are sent to .Sea- of the Jackson Lumber company. I.
Made It All Clear.
Berzelius, the Swedish chemist, made
J most of his laboratory experiments In
j his kitchen with his cosk Anna as his
! only assistant. "What is your mas
ter?" asked one of his neighbors, "uln
he is a chemist." "What's that?
What does he do?" "Well. I will tell
you. He has some thing in a blsr bottle
then he pours it im-. a smaller one and !
then Again into quite a tiny bottle." I
"Well, and what then happens tD it?" j
"Oh. then I throw it awav."
Many wrinkles are smoothed away bj
the soft fingers of little children. Th
music of their flutelike voices calrai
the most turbulent mood and banishes
th? darkest frown. The iovvr of th
little ones consists In their Innocence.
They bear In their hands that lily th
magic might of which gates of brass
Only Thirteen of the Perkins Dels
gates Seated on Contests.
.tniwu. re-ieiung the c;rcum
strtr.ees "that deprive us of iris genial
presence and helpful counsels."
Defeated Man Accepts Gracefully
Declaration of the Platform, on
the Tariff Ticket Noiu.
m t e"fri'Kc.i.
REPUBLICANS OF IDAHO
Will Miss it!
If ycu try to ga. along
this winter without the
proper kind of coal.
Alvcsyn bear in mind
that the best ia the
oheapeat in the end.
We sell the beat coa5
that money can bny,
but we charge no more fcr it than yoa will have to pay fcrr an
BecKman, Illatt CE1 Co
COAL. - FEED. - BUILDIND MATERIAL
TELEPHONE 40. - 34c INDIANA AVE.
I was quite tamo
De? Moines, Ia., Aug. 2. The Re
publican state convention met in :h!s
city under circumstances that nad been
expected to make it one of the liveli
est ever held in the state. Instead it
The light of Perkins
against Cummins collapsed practically
when the state committee declined to
challenge a split by seating the Fer-
too small for the
account is not too large. "Neither is it
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to handle. We solicit the same on the most libera! terms
consistent with good Banking. 3 per cent interest paid on
.time certificates of deposits. Same issued from $1.00 op.
Drafts to all parts of the World sold. .
Governor Gooding Uenomlnated. and
French Named lor Congress.
Focatello. Ida., Aug. 2. The He
pnblican state convention nominated a
ticket headed by (iovt rnor Frank 11.
Gooding for governor. Burton L.rr;mh
for representative in congress ami (JeO.
II. Stewart for the supreme court.
The resolutions adopted indorse the
administration of President I'oosevelt
and rdetfge .the Republican party of
Idsho to support his continued effort
to parry out the policy which he has
inaugurated. The resolutions make no'
direct reference to the assassination of
ex-;overnor Steunenberg or the crim
inal charges growing out of that crime,
but whne Temporary Chairman Har
bor referred to the determination of
Idaho Republicans to uphold Governor
Gooding the convention interpreted
this as applying to the Western Fed
eration of Miners, and the reference
was applauded. :
As tor the on lance the resjlutions
uphold the policy of protective tariff,
pledge the enactment of an effective
state anti-trust law, legislation to pro-
nmit issuing or railway passes to
slnte officers, the enactment of primary
election, a law prohibiting the employ
ment of underground laborers in mines
more than eight hours a day, and the
enact ntent of an employers' lia-bilitv
st-r has prepared a report which will
be submitted to Governor .Jelks. in
which he says that no trace of peonage
exists in the camp. His report says
"J have interviewed nearly lfa la
borers, and have not found a single
I-erson who could, or would, make any
complaint about in-onage or cruel treat
ment. All the men I spoke to stated
they could have if they wished. If
peonage has existed at Loekhart then
all truce of it has been removed bef.tre
my coming. The German vice consul
ar PousKcoia authorizes nie to say of
cially and positively that the state
ments as to complaints being made to j
him by Germans escaping from these j
camps are absolutely false." j
The Complementary Virtue.
"What do you co;:-sider most o.s.s.r.:!a!
in being quick at repart.v?"
"A person who constantly strives tc
be quiek at repartee." answered Mis.
Cayenne, "should be quite sure he ha;,
friends who are slow to auger." Wash
Dirt Mir- Conld Do.
Husband What! Twenty-live dollar.;
for that bonnet V Why. it's ridiculous.'
Wife-Yes. I know it isn't nnythi.ig to
boast of. but you said y m couldn't af
ford an expensive bonnet. Columbt:
The Silk II U.
The ridiculous ,eu--o-n of wear!r
that sinning funnel.tl e siik hat, will ap
rear as stupefying to our great-grand-children
as the custom of putting a
bono through the lip cr a ring througt
the nostrils appears monstrous to us.
Tom Here! You've started yotn
aote to Burroughs "Dr. Fir." Don't yot
know that ort of abl reviation Is vorj
slovenly Dick No. sir. "Dr." Is all
right in this case. lie owes mi
All luxury corrupts either the taoraix
or the taste. Joubert.
A AVondorfnl Woman.
"What s rt of a woman 13 youi
friend madame the emntess?"
"She is a woman of sixty, who lookl
fifty, thlnk's she's forty, drosses llkl
thirty, and act like twenty."
IIJ THE SAGE HEN STATE
O O SMITH Pres
GEO il EDER Cashier
W D..WEIS SI D Vica Pres
E S EMERINE Ass't Cashier
C H FRIHDRICH
J C BECKER
WM D WEIS
II M PLASTER
G. W. HUNTER
A JL F
Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State.
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Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System
Jhone l22 91 S. HQ H MAN STREET
IIu .n Block. HAMGMND. mn
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You Will Like tiie Way m
Loan Pilonsv !
On Furniture, Pianos, Horses, Wagons,
Etc., without moving them from your posses
sion. There is no publicity whatever.
We do not inquire of your friends or neighbors.
Our rsles are the lowest
And rebate is given if paid before time contracted You
repay m 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.
9138-40 Commercial Ave., South Chicago.
Telephone South Chicago 104.
Room 20J Fink tildg. Open evenings until 9 p. m.
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3Ian G mining for Another Shoot Two
Disinterested Men. Killing
One of Them.
Austin, Nev. 2. Patsy Dwyer. a
gam-bler of Tonopah. and Jack O'ltrien.
a bartender from Manhattan, had a
quarrel, and when they parted there
was an understanding that, when they
next met they would meet shooting.
About S ). m. Dwyer went out looking
for O'Prien. On turning a corner he
saw Albert Williams, a conductor on
the X. C. railroad, and County Ite
b'ams for O'Brien and Dyer for Louis
Iti thp moonlight be mistook Wil
liams for O'P.rien and Dyer for Louis
Woolcock, O'Brien's partner. Dwyer
fired three shots. One bullet entered
Williams' brain and killed him; one
bullet struck Dyer in the left leg.
Nest morning Dwyer was taken to
Dyer's home and identified, and later
he was taken to view the remains of
Williams. Thinking, up to the time he
saw the remains, that he had killed
AXiBKBT B. CrSTMINS.
kins contesting delegations to an ex
tent sufficient to give him control of
the convention. The temporary chair
man was Horace M. Towner, and he.
opened proceedings with a speech in
glorification of the party. Committees
were then appointed and a recess
that lasted until p. m. was taken
to give them time to report.
Cummins Is Duly Nominated.
When the convention reassembled
the credential committee reported,
giving Cummins all the contested ele
gates except thirteen from Jefferson
county, ine report was unanimous
and was adopted "unanimously. (Jeo.
W. Clark Avas made permanent chair
man. Nominations were then declared
in order and Cummins, Perkins and
Rathburn were nominated. The re
sult was: Cummins. m:; Perkins. W;?;
Kathbun. 104. Then the platform was
read and adopted and the ticket was
comlpeted, as follows: Lieutenant gov
ernor, Warren C.arst; secretary of
state, W. C. liny ward; auditor, B. F.
Carroll: treasurer. W. W. Morrow; at
torney general, II. W. Byers; supreme
judges E. McLean and John C. fsher
win; superintendent public instruction.
John P. Biggs; supreme court clerk,
John C. Crockett; reporter. W.W.Corn
wall; railroad commissioners, W. L.
Eaton and David J. Palmer.
Cummins and Perkins Speak.
After the nomination of Cummins a
committee was sent out to bring him
in. and he made a brief speech, saying
that the hope nearest his heart was
the continued supremacy of the Re
publican party, tleorge D. Perkins i trolley chain that will eventually eon-
was called for and spoke for a few ; noct Chicago with New York. The
minutes. He said he now belonged to) financial plans of the new syndicate
the "common people." Since mauhoxl' ,,ave nt been announced, and proba
he had beeu interested in the Republic-1 ly will not be for some time. The
an party, and he now re-enlisted in its
service. Both speakers were loudly applauded.
CHICAG0-NEW YORK TROLLEY
Cleveland Paper Says That the Build
ing of an Important Link Is
Cleveland, Aug. 2. The Plain-Dealer
says: "A syndicate of leading
Cleveland bankers and traction men
has been formed to undertake the
construction and equipment of the
Chicago. Lake Shore and South Bend
Railway company. They propose to
have the road completed and ready for
operation hx Sept. 1. l'.ms.
"The Chicago-South Bend electric is
one of the most important links in the
A chance for everyone to own a Home
The Hammond Realty Companj will help you
WfF. are putting on the market seventy-five choice resi
vv dent lets in East Lawn and McHie's Subdivision and
will sell you your 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
HAililOND REALTY COHPANY
or our 4fte -.
OOSTLIN, HEYN & COMPANY
92 State Street
NUB OP THE PLATFORM
X--. Stai? Vi W V t 1
w PHONE 9
o First class livery in
Q connection. Night call
jj promptly attended.
Office open night
5acceor t ifrt A Enmcrlia?
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
PRACTICAL EM BALM ER.
g 2 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind. Q
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What the Convention Declared with
Keference to the Tariff.
The platform reported and adopted
by the convention begins with refer
ring to the prosperity of the country
and a declaration of pride in the his
tory of the Republican party and its
achievements; lauds President Roose
velt in the highest terms; expresses
pride in the status in congress and
the work of the Iowa delegation, and
heartily praises and indor
Cummins; pledges the
primary elections, including an ex
pression of preference for United
State senators, and denounces the
"corrupting influences of corporate
power." pledging the enactment if
laws to prevent corporations from in
fluencing or contributing to politics.
The plank on protection is as fol
lows: "We are uncompromisely in fa
vor of the American system of protec
tion Duties on foreign imports should
not be levied for revenue only, but
should be so adjusted as to promote
or.r domestic interests, enlarge our for
eign markets, secure remunerative
prices for the products of our fac
tories and farms, and maintain a su
perior scale of wages and standard of
living for American labor. Wise and
unselfish tariff laws maintained in the
interest of the general welfare, equally
opposed to foreign control and domes
tic monopoly, are essential to our com
mercial and industrial prosperity.
"We believe that all inequalities in
the tariff schedules which inevitablv
participants are wealthy men. who will
furnish the funds required and perfect
the underwriting plans later. The to
tal investment is expected to reach $3
000,000." Made a Papal Noble.
St. Louis. Aug. 2. In a communi
cation received from Pope Pius X,
James C. Ohio, of St Louis, is noti
ced of his appointment as commander
of the Order of St Gregory the Great,
which gives Its holder a place in the
Western Democratic Headquarters.
Chicago, Aug. 2. Western head
quarters for the congressional cam
paign of the Democrats have been
es viovernor opened r.ere in tiie I'aimpr irnn i.
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tate party to! Representative James T. Lloyd, of Mis
souri. I he campaign will be begun
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ll-Somier Gostlin, ieyo J CoT
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Chess and Intellect.
It is doubtful whether a great chess
player is often, we are sure he is not
of necessity, to be regarded as a man
oc powerful intellect It has never
been shown that the greatest masters
of the game were men with big brains
for anything out chess. London Sat
Her Plea. For Delay.
"WfH you be my wife, Jane?"
"Will you ask me again, John?
"Because I'd like to look round a lit
tle before I give you the direct answer.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Men's and Boys'
ligee Shirts, Shoes
For Ilrerlenlc Reasons.
Mistress Why have you not swept j
w'w' W si 3
mnrnin?' sormnt .- .-
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reasons. Madame raises the dust suffi-
' , ii-uuuu ana: must give the microbes
commercial conditions should be ad-j Paris Armales.
a little rest
Real Estate in al! Its Branches.,f
Now is the time to buy yourself a home. We have houses and Iota
to suit the taste and purse of anyone. Come now before the price, besia
to climb. They are low now. but are bound to go up. We hare a fe
bargains left but they will soon be gone. Don't delay
Wq List here a fee of our Bargain
New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, pavement and brie
sewer paid for. 50x150 ft. lot, Calumet ave., $2,500.
25 foot lot on State street across fron Carter', livery tarn, at a rery
reasonable figure, $2,200.
9 room house 50 foot lot, Murray street, $1,400.
4 room cottaje, 50 foot lot, paved street, E. Sibley street, $1,100.
6 room cctta-e- brick foundation, 37 foot lot, LaSalle street, $1,003,
42 foot lot on State and State Line streets at a bargain.
Fine two Sat building, 50 foot lot cn Ogden street, $3,600.
Michigan avenue- 8 rooms, $2,100.
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 cf Eofman, 25 foot Iot oa easy pay
5 room cottages cn Eninswick street for sale on monthly payment
For Sale Five rccrn cottages with pantry and bath on Murray street,
for sale on easy payments.
We are building 6 modern brick houses which will be sold on pay
ment plan in Oak Hidge addition on State, Flummer and Sibley streets.
Cve have also for sale a fine business corner on West State street at a
The above are but a few of the bargains we offer.;. If vOU wish to
lock into anything in the real estateline not listed above, call on us or
write us. We can suit you-
Gastlin, Ueya & Co., -ileal Estate la all itrtraacSts
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