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THE LXKE COUNTY TIMES L i ne w A Lift e Weekly Bulletin" ITS A MONEY SAVER. This Sale commences Monday, Aug. 13, and continues until Friday, Aug. 17. ' Best Quality Granulated Sugar, 4 pounds for The famous Uneeda Biscuits, 3 packages for Star Brand Tomato Catsup, pint bottle Choice Quality Standard Toma- toes, 3U). cans No. 1 Hand Picked Navy Beans, per qt. The Famous Red Cross Macaroni, 1 pound package Best Quality White and Yellow Corn Meal, 10 lbs. for Lion XXXX Patent Flour, 25 lb. sacks, 57c; So lb. sacks $r.io; ico lb. sacks 2,15 Watch for "THE LITTLE BULLETIN" Next Week CANNON STANDS PAT Veteran EHIlnois Republican Ac cepts Al! Issues That Are Presented to Him. KEETS ITIIE LAEOE CHALLENGE success which bases its hope of -winning either on the use of money or the power of the machine. Burton de clared in favor of indorsement of Sen ators Foraker and Diet. Declares Eaniself Opposed to the Go: pers Anti-Injunction Measure. Stands for the Tariff ss It Is, and Gives No Promise of Itevisdon Indorsed for President In 10 OH. Fusion In Nebraska. IJucoI.'i. Neb.. Ail?. 17. The Demo cratic and Populist party conventions have agreed on fusion on the stat ticket, headed for governor by Ashton C. Schallenbcrgcr. Item. The Populists were iven the following places: Audi tor, J. is. Canady, of Minden; land com missioner, J. V. Wolfe, of Lincoln; superintendent of public instruction. Processor Watson, of Cherry county; railroad commissioners, George 1 1 erst, of Pouk county: J. YV. Davis, of Fil! uor county: Dr. A. P. Pitzsimtnons, of Johnson countv. Woman's World Shoddj-ism Is a rice of the Mod ern Woman With Social Aspira tions and a Small Income One Minister's Views of It :: :: :: I ray HAMMOND, IND. J Tel. 2032. H. Koll 411 So hi St. ins: & Go Building Contractors Buy a lot and build your own home. Suit yourself. We loan the money to build and build yourhouse for you. Danville, 111., Au. 17. Joseph G. Cannon, speaker of the national house of representatives, was renominated j unanimously for conirress by his dis- j trkt convention, and jriven credentials setting forth the home people's belief that he is the fittest candidate of the Popublican pary for the office of pres ident of the United States. Cannon will probably be indorsed for the high est oflieo in the land by the Republic an state convention at Springfield next Tuesday. This is the eighteenth time Cannon has been nominated, and the seventeenth that the nomination was by acclamation. Keynote of the Speech Is "Stand Pat" The speech which Cannon delivered to the convention after his nomination left no room for doubt as to the nature of the appeal which Trill be made to the people during the coming congres sional campaign for the continuance of the Pepuhliean parly in power. The note is "stand pat," and its literal in terpretation is to let alone that which isdeclared to be much better than mere ly well enough. The tariff was praised by Cannon to the smallest letter of the Dingley law. He held that while the schedules of that act are not "sacred" the principle therein em bodied is fundamental. Revision Is a Very "Far Cry." In the whole range of the speaker's address there was no sun's ray of hone for those who hold that, revision time is ripe. The nearest approach to a promise of ultimate change in the cus toms L.ws was when Cannon, told his hearers that the tariff should be re vised only when revision would do more good than harm to the great mass of the people. I was sharply evident from the accompanying pro nouncements that the Danville man believes the day of necessity for re vision to be beyond the limit of pres ent-day vision. "The Campbells Have Come." Dallas, Tex., Aug. 17. Thomas M. Campbell, a native of Husk, Tex., the place of nativity of the late Gov ernor James Hogg, was nominated 1 y the Democratic party as its candidate for governor of Texas. He will be the second native governor of Texas. Aft er his nomination the band played 'The Campbells Are Coining." Camp bell then appeared, escorted by Col quitt, who presented him. merely say ing. "The Campbells have come." Sullivan Is for Hryan. Chicago, Aug. 17. Roger C. Sullivan declares himself confident that his en emies will not be able to secure any action by tho state convention in Pe oria Tuesday hostile to him as the Democratic national committeeman. He has assured the delegates that ev ery friend of his will vote for an in dorsement of V. J. Bryan for president. Chas. E. Hughes for Governor. New York. Aug. 17. The Evening Post says thnt the friends of State Chairman I. P. Odell, of the Republic an state committee, have sent notice to the friends of President Roosevelt that they are in favor of the nom ination of Charles K. Hughes for gov ernor on the Republican ticket. "If any one should ask me what is the crying evil of the day among wo men of moderate means I should say it i3 shoddy ism," remarked the emi nent divine. Then, as his hearers look ed puzzled, he went on to explain: "I don't say shoddy ism Is one of the deadly sins, but it comes pretty close to leading up to them. It is that characteristic which makes a woman sacrifice everything to outward show. It oh. well, the only way of making you understand properly is to give you an instance of the way it works. "There is Mrs. B. I mention no names; therefore It is no lack of charity to discuss the lady. I am quite aware of the reason why she lias joined ray church. It is not to listen to my ser mons; it is to extend her visiting list. Among my parishoners are some of the first families, and Mrs. P. thinks that through sweet charity or Lenten services she may become acquainted. In the meantime she puts on the col lection plate a great deal more money than she can afford (her husband .draws a small salary), and she pinches and scrapes to appear in the latest style. trm mm vt rm VloaeFn Horn easy payments near Kammond's Center. TTf) mm ".7" rieni to loui While your property grows in value. IOW E. A. IT At Her Home. Deadlock Has the Record. Webster City. Ia., Aug. 17. The Thirty-seventh district Republican sen atorial convention, in a hopeless dead lock, has adjourned to meet again in Eagle Grove- Aug. 2:?. A total of 3.C0S votes have been cast during the differ ent sessions of the convention. NO LET-UP IN VIOLENCE Title ' ' Lake County & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R. -'OTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRiik HAMMOND, Vice-Pres. A JT- TAPPER, Treasurer. S. A. CULVER, Vonaser. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Bldg, Hammond. (Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. MS I Prizes WHO ARE WE? II HBOE OATRISN C.POR 99M040 EIAL ACVERCA1. house. You will find the came and address of a South Chicago business The name of the company is in one size of type. Street and number are in smaller size of type. RULE FOR CONTESTAiNTS. Fill out the form below and mail to us. If you get our name and address good enough to enable "Uncle Sam" to deliver properly, that Is all that is necessary. DIVISION OF PRIZES. $75.00 To the first twenty parties we hear from in compliance with this offer, we will give each one a trading coupon for J75.00. $50.00. To the second ten we will issue to each one a trading coupon for J50.00. $25.00 To the third ten we will issue a trading- coupon for J25.00. These coupons will be received the same as cash at our store. Only one coupon can be applied to any one purchase and must be used within thirty days. i Your name ... Street - City and State m Get our name and address from puzzle and win a prize. ... ., , ; . H STANDS PAT ALSO ON LABOIt Does Not Agree with Gompcrs and Does Not Straddle. Cannon met the labor matter which vexes many districts with charatcrist ic boldness. Ilerefused to make mince meat of his words. He had a sustain ing word for the right of labor to or ganize, and said that if he were en gaged in toil which gave him right of membership he would probably join the ranks of organized labor. This much he yielded, but he scored the anti-injunction measure which was in troduced in congress with the sanction of Gompcrs. Cannon declared that he is and al ways will be opposed to the ..-;is!a-tion demanded by the labor chief. He said the weak and the strong had the same right to appeal to the courts for protection against molestation of per son or property. He said that while Gompers declared that lie was against violence growing out of strikes or lock outs, if the legislation he demands were to become law the criminally dis posed would be turned loose in times of trouble. After tho passage unanimously of the resolution indorsing him for presi dent of the United States Cannon said it touched him profoundly, and he would be less than human if it did not. He added, however, that "In poli tics, as well as in other matters, it is best not to cross a stream until you come to it. The first stream to cross is in November next, and it is neces sary that we should be successful in crossing it before we attempt to get over the river in 190S. '"It is too early to determine the personnel of the national ticket for the presidential election. So far as the Republican party is concerned it will no doubt in convention assembled, per form that duty widely when the time comes, and whoever is chosen for lead ership will surely receive the hearty support of those who believe in the policies of the Republican party, of which I am an humble member. N'o man would refuse the nomination at the hands of a great party for the highest office in the re public, but such a nomination is not to be had for the seeking." Polish Cities Continue the Scene of Bomb-Throwing and Street Fight ing with the Soldiers. St. Petersburg, Aug. 17. Later dis patches from Roland are hardly less grave than those of Wednesday night. At Lodz, after the police station had been blown up and burned, Cossacks and other troops fired volleys into the crowds, and more or less street fight ing followed. The casualties are not given. At Warsaw, also, street fight ing occurred, especially in the Jewish quarter, the revolutionists using bombs against the police and troops. One hundred and fifty persons are re ported to have been wounded by rifle fire, and thirty by bombs. Warsaw, Aug. 17. A boy threw a bomb into a procession which was passing through Cliolodian street on its return from a pilgrimage to the shrine of the holy virgin at Rokitno, near Warsaw, wounding two of the processionists. The explosion attract ed a patrol of infantry, which fired a volley, wounding thirty persons. Just Gave Her a Hair Cut. Scranton, Pa., Aug. 17. Etthel Bel lam, aged 7 years, was struck by the edge of the tender of the locomotive at a crossing in Moosic and lost her pretty curls. When she was struck she fell. Her head missed the rails by an inch, her long ringlets spread out, and the ponderous wheels cut them off close to the scalp. Trainmen heard her screams, brought the train to a stop and rescued her. The girl is the daugh ter of George Iiellam, who lives near the Moosic station. HE IS FOR FOltAKCR AND DICK Another Fair Crank Shut Off. Washington, Aug. 17. Mrs. Ida May Morse, a St. Louis actress who came to Washington for the alleged purpose of getting President Roosevelt to sur render to her the $25,000 voted to him by congress to pay his traveling ex penses, has been given into the custodv of relatives, who promised to care for in St. Louis. Kaulbars Marked for Death. Odessa, Aug. 17. Governor General Kaulbars is daily receiving threats of assassination, and has ordered the high military authorities not to go out, say ing that it only means that they will be murdered. Representative Burton Cornea Out for Their Indorsement. Cleveland, Aug. 17. Representative Theodore E. Burton, of this city, who lias just returned from Europe, was given a royal welcome home by mem bers of the Tippecanoe club, at its rooms. Several hundred leading Re publicans of the city attended the meeting, which was presided over by President Treadway, who introduced Burton amid a storm of applause. Burton in discussing national affairs toted the failure of the last congress j to pass an act prohibiting the use of money in elections as one of the ma terial omissions of that body, and de clared that no party deserves to expect Uorr to Serve a Boiled Lobster. So many people are ignorant as to how a boiled lobster should be served, and so, instead of a pretty and easily carved dish, there is difficulty in get ting at any of the meat, says the Wash ington Star. First break off the large claws and crack them at the joints with the flat side of a chopper, separate the head from the tail, split the tail lengthwise ia two, place the body, cut also In half, upright in the dish, lay the claws and half tails round it and garnish with parsley. Hand with lob ster a good salad and thinly cut bread and butter. "My wife called upon her and found her living in a white stucco apartment house with a most pretentious en tranceiron grill work and all that sort of thing but her tiny suit of rooms was all too small to hold her husband, herself and her child. It was situated in the extreme rear, fac ing on a dingy court, without sunlight and most stuffy and gloomy. . The only bedroom of decent size had been pressed into service as a continuation of the tiny parlor. A nondescript box Phone 3253 INICADE, BUILDER 110 First National Bank Bidg. Hammond, Ind. 1 V f s J "if- i ? 1 1 I til f -W. t .. C , i: mTI mm m ,M U T .V I Iff III I A MOST rKETEXTIOCS ENTRANCE, couch heaped high with satin pillows suggested an uncomfortable bed by night. The rest of the room was filled with spindle legged gilt furniture. The whole thing bad a dim resemblance to photographs of 'Homes of the Rich' in tho weekly society journal, and doubt less the silly woman who forced her self and her family to live In this poky little hole tried her best to imi tate those worth about a hundred times as much as she was. Every thing was for appearance. " T felt like taking her to the home of Mrs. de Yere, whose attention she has been vainly trying to attract,' my wife said to me when she returned home. T think it might be a lesson to her.' By Way of Contrast. IIott to Clean Frying Fans. Much labor may be saved In wash ing frying pans if they are wiped out clean with a piece of paper after the fat Is poured from them before they are put ia the dishwater. The paper should then be burned. These pans should also have' a periodic boiling In soda water in a large kettle. If these two things are done they will be kept as siaootli Inside as yben new. "Now, there's a woman who has not a shoddy streak! As far as family goes, she is an aristocrat among aris tocrats, but her Income is small. Doas she live in an elevator apartment with orange trees at the door and liveried servants? Not she, for if she did she could afford only as cramped quarters as Mrs. B., and she thinks too much of her health and self respect to live that way. On a quiet side street leading off from an old fashioned square there is a brownstone apartment house with out elevator or buttons or electric light. Mrs. de Yere occupies the second floor there, directly over the wide, old time front entrance. Her rooms are large and airy, with fireplaces in which real fires can be built, and a stone balcony, filled in the springtime with bright potted plants. Family portraits and a few good paintings ornament the walls, while spacious armchairs invite her friends to make long calls. There is nothing whatever for show; every thing bespeaks comfort and refinement and healthy living. "It takes the woman who is not real ly refined at heart to ruin her husband with cheap laces and showy materials, or stuffy, overfurnished rooms in gilded apartment hotels, according to the class to which she belongs. "Yea, shoddyism is the greatest shi of the modern, woman with a small in come. Come to my church and hear me preach a sermon, about it next Sun day." MAUD ROBINSON. SAVE TWO CENTS A DAY YOU CAN OWN A FARM We mean what we say. "The Marvin Plan" enables any one who will put away a small sum each day to own a farm that he can liva on, or lease out, and in either case have a good income for life. Land is situated in the most productive belt in the United States. Aa absolutely safe, sure and profitable investment far superior to a savings bank. Let us explain the plan to you. It is money in your pocket to know our method of doing business. TRENHOLM, MARVIN & CO. D, 605 Baltimore Building, Chicago, III. A! N 11 Vf P MR, J SPEGUIi rm TV JL J T Afoont $4,000,000 WortH of Lan& Sold Already . Lots and Acres Immediate Adjoining the Pur chase of United States Steel Corporation on Lake Michigan, Adjoining Tolleston, Lake County, Ind. MODEL CITY TO BEE BUILT OVER S75.000.000 TO BE SPENT Largest Steel Plant in the World Enormous increase in values in property now offered is in sight in short time. PERRY ULRICH, 108 Dearborn Street J acoDsoo s agency Real Estate and General Insurance A A 77 SOUTH HOHMAN ST. If you want to buy or sell real estate, or need 6re. life or accident insurance, it will pay you to call on us. Our cornpanys are of the best. We list be low a few bargains. If you do not find anything here that suits you ask to see our list, lo-room brick house on East State street, lot 50x1 18 Price, $3,000. Will exchange for a farm. 25-foot lots near Pennsylvania depot at $55 each. $5 down and $1 per week. 4 - room house on Cedar street, 50-foot lot, $900. 52-foot corner lot on Hoffman street, $3oo. 5- roora cottage cn Oak street, 50-foot lot, fine lawn, ihade trees, a fine piece of property at $1450. 37K foot lot on Hickory street at $250. 25-foot lot on Pine street, $200. 25-foot lot on Ash street, $150. 4 lets on GrifBn street, a snap 2t $125 each. Easy terms. We can sell you a lot on any street on the north side at very low prices and very easy terras. Phones: Office, 1394 T 1 ' A Residence 3632. Jacobson Agency 77 SOUTH HOHMAN ST.