Fridnv. August 17. 100G.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
JOS. W. WEIS, R. Ph.
HIS PLUS WERE W
1HEY BELIEVE III EQUALITY
Meeting of e?rix"i Who Insist That
98 State Street. Phone No. 1.
Will Miss it! i
If ycu try to gfc, along
"t. this winter wiii'ou nio
proper kind of coai.
Always bear in mind
that tha best is the
oh?apeBt in the end.
7e sell the bet cosJ
that money can boy,
bat we charge no more for it than yon will have to pay fo an
Becrltnan, fiiatt Q. Co-
COAL. - FEED. ' BUILDIND MATERIAL.
TELEPHONE 4i- " 34C INDIANA AVE.
Governor of South Carolina Pres
ent at the Lynching of
EE PLEADS FOE LAW ASD OXIDES
Eat Pleads to Unresponsive Ears anU
There Should lie .No Dlecritii
i nation in Any Way.
Harper's Ferry, W. Va.. An?. 17. ! cream
At the meeting of the Niagara Move
menr, in which negroes from many
states are seeking to promote neg.o
equality, reports were read by file sec
retaries for the states of Illinois, Mary
land. New Jersey. Now York, Massa
chusetts, Pennsylvania and Mimus'M:i.
The reports emphasized the organized
Uott to Prevent Tan.
If you are obliged to Ik out of doors
very raueh you should secure a good
cream and vegetable powder, says the
Pittsburg Press. Each time before
venturing out appry a little of the
and then dust on the powder.
In this way th? fac? is well protected,
and you wi'l avoid another crop of the
freckles and also be able to prevent
the fckiu from becoming tainted. Each
ni?ht wash the face -with warm water
and a pood, mild soap, ti;e:i nib 0:1 the
whitening cream. In the morning wf.-h
with toId water. You will t';u 1 that
Pith of What He Said in Behair of
LavvH Supremacy Mob's Vic
tim Must Have lleen
Shot to Shredet.
CITIZENS GERMAN NATIONAL BANK
Yoar Bank account is not too large. "Neither is it
too small for the
mam uatioiIal eriih
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.
O O SMITH Pres
GFO 11 EDEll Cashier-
W D WSIS M D Vice Pres
L S EUERIXE Aas't Oaihier
J C BECKER
WM D WEIS
H xM PLASTER
G. W. HUNTE.
Columbia, S. C, Aus. 17. Within
the shadow of the home of his victim,
Miss Jennie P.rooks, after having been
klcntifietl by her, and after Governor
D. C. Hey ward, who went to thes-eue
of the trouble, had addressed the mot)
in vain. "Hob" Davis, a negro who on
Monday murderously attacked Mis
Brooks with intent to commit rape,
and who afterwards outraged a negro
girl 14 years old. was lynched at;
Greenwood. Governor Ileyward
reached the scene shivtly after the ne
gro had been captured. A platform
was erected in a fence corner on the
premises of the victim's father, from
which platform Governor Ileyward ad
dressed the mob in an effort to prevent
the lynching. The governor beseeched
the mob not to lynch Davis, but in
Made a Sieve of Him.
The mob then removed the prisoner
from the view of the governor, ami
within a short distance of the home of
his victim the negro was riddled with
bullets. It is impossible to estimate
the crowd, as citizens from several
counties had gathered at the scene,
and for two days had been in pursuit
of the negro, but it is certain that hun
dreds of bullets were sent through his
body. The militia in that section of
the state is now encamped at Chicka-
mauga. and there were no nearby
troops to be called upon. The govern
or's Guard and the Itichland Volun
teers, of this city, had been ordered to
hold themselves in readiness in the
event that their services were needed,
but the mob was determined.
Knew Him by His Kves.
The negro was captured in a creek,
tied hand and foot, and brought to the
home of his victim for Identification.
When they arrived at the gate of the
Brooks home a great crowd gathered
there. "Let's wash his face, boys, be
fore we take him to the house," said
some one. but the crowd was too im
patient. Four men were delegated to
escort him to the house. The young
lady, lying on her bed with a deep
ga?h in her throat, turned her eyes to
ward the negro as he stood there be
tween his captors, his hands tightly
hound with a rope. "That's the scoun
drel," she said. "I know him by his
eyes." The negro was removed outside
nature of the movement among the ne-; cotnfa eSQ can
gro.-s of thirty-two states. ;
They pointed out the activity of the;
negroes in the northern states, who op
posed appropriations in aid of the
Jamestown exposition on the ground
that the state of Virginia had d isran-,
chised negro men and had estab!iidn1
the separate car system. The reports
set out that the movement was or
ganized to give prominence to certain
de'in'te principles, among which is the.
abolition of all distinctions based on
this treatment will bleach o'.ir skin as
How to Wnterproof (loth.
To waterproof cloth take f v w!er
ed alura and sugar of leml each half an
ounce and stir them inf a gaii :i of
rain water, and when the mixture is
clear pour off the upper liQUid. Im
naerse the cloth for twenty-four h'urs,
then dry and press it. Th? cloth will
be uninjured in color and texture and
will stand any amount of rain to which
you are likely to be exposed.
CARL G. PAUL
Light Spring Wag
ons, Buggies and
77 State St re
WHO DID THIS DEVILTRY ?
Watchmen Is Overpowered and
Attempt Is Made to Wreck
N'orristown, Pa., Aug. 17. Having
overpowered the watchman, Charles
Riley, at the point of a pistol, a score
of men attempted to wreck the new
$l:o.00O iron mill which is being erect
ed by the Longmead Iron company in
Conshohoeken. near here. That the
mill was not pulled down is due prob
ably to the inexperience of ihe men in
running a hoisting engine. The dam
age wrought will be several thousand
The wreckers set the boiler house
ar're. The main supports of the struc
tural work had been unbolted, the boil
er ruined and the forges smashed in
pieces. Ropes and guy lines were cut,
tools broken and blue prints destroyed.
The Identity of the wreckers i not
known, bwt tin company employs non
i Times subscribers not
j their papers properly will confer a
i favor on us by calling Telephone 111
an . . , :
i auu icuing us.
TWO CARS OF DYNAMITE
Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State.
Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System
Phone 122 91 5. HOHMAN STREET
Huehn Block, HAMOMND. IND.
Will Like f
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iie lay we
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 rates are the lowest
And rebate is given if paid before time contracted. You
repay in small weekly or monthly payments. Come in and
learri how cheaply you can oet the use of $10 to $1,000 for one
month to one year. If you can not call write 01 phone and we
will send our representative to see you.
CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO.
9138-40 Commercial Ave., South Chicago.
Telephone South Chicago 104.
Room 203 Fink Bldff. Open evenings until 9 p. m.
PLEA MADK IW THE GOVKltXOll
Both Go Off and the Shook Causes
Another Blast Fifteen Dead
and Thirty Wounded.
Mexico, Aug. 17. Two cars of dyna
mite were blown to atoms a mile south
of the Chihuahua station on the Mexi
can Central railroad. Two women, two
children, and eight men all Mexicans
were killed. A. I.. Lewis, a citizen of
the United States employed by the
Robinson Mining company, was In
jured. Several s4eel cars and all build
ings in the vicinity of the explosion
This explosion caused another ex
plosion in the Andre seobelite factory,
two blocks away. In the explosion of
this factory three persons were blown
to pieces and thirty .others were
wounded. The factory was wrecked.
The shocks were felt over the entire
city, windows being cracked and plas
ter loosened in many of the houses.
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J Style No. 2. THE PRE All ER PORTABLE COTTAGE Size, 12x18 ft.
First class livery in
connection. Night cli
OfSce open night
NICHOLAS El MM ERLING
ucccior tu Kr5t A btnaterlhig
UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR
211 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind.
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riegs the Crowd to liet the Law Take
Its Eqpedited Course.
"Hear the governor." said some one,
and he began in his clear voice a
most impassioned appeal. "I know,"
he said, "that nothing could take place
that could keep you from hearing the
governor of South Carolina. 1 conn
here alone, not bringing any troops;
oniy two newspaper men came with
me. and they as well as I are South
Carolinians, just as you are. with like
feelings. You are my friends. Here
I am, not alone as your governor, but
as your friend.
"P.ut it is hit duty to enforce the
laws of South Carolina don't cheer,
men: this is a solemn occasion, and 1
urn very much in earnest, and besides
I understand it excites the ladies, and
this is a consideration that appeals to
all South Carolinians. The residence
was only forty feet away. I come to
appeal to your manhood. The question
is shall the people be allowed to be
ruled by their passions and prejudices
or shall the supremacy and the majes
ty of the law be upheld? I promise
tyou on my honor that as speedy a
trial as the law allows shall be held.
I would not object to cutting the rope
to hang that scoundrel provided the
laws says so.
"I am here alone, but I represent the
majesty of the law: I represent the
state of South Carolina, your state and
mine, and I say to you I beg you. 1
implore you in Cod's name don't put
another stain upon our fair state. I
plead with you to let the law take its
course. You have an opportunity here
a splendid opportunity to let it be
said that South Carolina leads in this
matter. Let us reason together. I feel
just as yon do. I have lived in the
country and realize the dangers to
which our women are constantly ex
posed, but there is something higher
than the wreaking of vengeance on
that black devil and fiend of hell. You
won't enjoy it tomorrow w hen you look
hack upon it all."
Small Hank Closed.
Chicago. Aug. 17. The Garfield Park
bank, a small instituiton located at
2024 West Madison street, has been
placed in fhe hands of a receiver. The
action was a result of the failure of
the Stcnslund bank. The president in
sists that the bank is solvent onlv
Can be erected
in Two hours.
Bank, St. Jchns,
State Rank, St.
Tr? St. Johns
It would be impossible to equal this delightful little cottage even
if double the price was paid. It is only by manufacturing large quan
tities that we can supply such a house at the price.
Built in sections of selected white pine cove siding 7-8 inch thick.
Standards of yellow piu and an interior wall of select yellow pine
grooved, tongued and matched. Thi.s building is equally suitable for
summer or winter use. The roof is in sections and is soundly con
structed of yellow pine over which is laid best quality waterproof can
vas duck. The windows are glazed and open outward. Uoors are
fitted as sketch. There is a porch in front and if desired a small
kitchen, 6 ft. bv 9 ft., can be placed at rear foe which ,n extra charge
cf J25.00 is made.
We can build you any size house.
SEND AT ONCE FOR BOOKLET NO. 19. DO NOT DELAY.
CHAS. H. MAN LEY, Premier Mfg. Works, Dept. B, St. Johns, Mich.
Let THE ! IMES estimate on vou next
order for printing. We can satisfy you.
New Equipment for the Wabash.
Springfield. 111., Aug. 17. J. B.
Parties, superintendent of motive pow
er of the Wabash railroad, lias left
here for Philadelphia, where he will
Inspect sample engines of an order of
sixty freight and switch locomotives
which the Wabash road nas ordered.
He will also stop at Detroit to se?
about 2.000 freight cars that are beinj
made for the Wabash, and at Chica
go, where -.(mi additional freight cars
are being mada.
Bank at Boston Closed.
Boston. Aug. 17. The First National
bank, of Chelsea, will not be open for
business today, orders having been
issued by the comptroller of the cur
rency to close the institution. This bank
is one of the oldest in the city, and has
deposits of about $1.00).Oon.
Officers of the Fraternal Conference.
Montreal. Aug. 17. The fraternal
conference has elected these officers
President, I). P. Aitkin, Flint. Mich.
vice president, A. L. Hereford. Spring
field. 111.; secretary and treasurer, C.
A. Gower, Lansing, Mich.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLIKE
King Edward has arrived at Marien
bnd from Cronberg.
Dr. Archibald Links,' of Michigan,
was drowned in the rapids of Moon
river, near Toronto, Out. His canoe
There has been an outbreak of bu
bonic plague at Campos, HO miles
northeast of Bio de Janeiro.
Secretary Taft has decided that en
listed men shall have the first chance
at the forty-eight vacancies in the
grade of second lieutenants in the
A Babia, Brazil, fireworks factory
exn'oded and twenty-one men were
killed. Many others were woundeL
Attorney General Moody is at Oys
ter Bay as a guest of President Roose
velt. The I'pper Mississippi River Im
provement association will meet at
Minneapolis Oct. U-10. j
Rev. Dr. Richard Eddy, one of the
most prominent I'niversalist clergymen
in New England, dropped dead at
Gloucester, Mass., of heart disease,
aged 74 years.
The fishery this season off Labrador
is the worst in twenty years.
The next meeting of the Internation
al Typographical Union convention will
be held at Hot Springs. Ark.
John Brozek, a sidewalk inspector of
Milwaukee, has pleaded guilty to
"graft" in city orders and been sent up
from one to three years.
Yuan Shai Kai, commander of the
Chinese forces, intends as an experi
ment to introduce constitutional gov
ernment in the provinceof Chili. China.
General discord prevails among the
members of the committee of the In
ternational American Conference bav-
j 1nc the Drngo doctrine resolution ua-
Real Estate in all Its Branches."
Good bargains this
Now is the time to buy yourself a home. We have houses and loti
to suit the taste and purse of anyone. Come now before the prices begin
to climb. They are low now, but are bound to go up. We have a few
bargains left but they will soon be gone. Don't delay.
If Jo List here a feiy of our Bargains
New 7 room house with bath; brick foundation, pavement and brick
sewer paid for. 50x150 ft. lot, Calumet ave., $2,500.
25 foot lot on State street across from Carter's livery barn, at a Terj
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 cottage1 brick foundation, 37y2 foot lot, L&Salle 6treet, $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.
Michigan avenue- S r corns, $2,100.
5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, $1,000, easy payments,
9 room house, 50 foot lot, ShefSeld avenue- $2,500,
S room house, 60 foot lot, Sheffield avenue, $2,000.
4 room cottage, Oak street, north cf Hoffman, 25 foot lot oa txsy py
5 room cottages on Brunswick street for sale on monthly payment
For Sale Five room cottages with pantry and tath on Hurray street,
for sale on easy payments.
We nre building G modern brick houses which will be sold on pay
ment plan in Oak Ridge addition on State, Flummer and Sibley streets.
C7e 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 you wish to
look into anything in the real estateline k not listed above, call oa us or
write U3. We can suit you.
GsstUn, f.leyo & Co,, "Seal Estate ia all itsSrasch
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