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Wednesday, A up. 22, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE FIVE rfiQv Tfi paiqc mm That Is About the Situation in the Pearl of the Antilles Just Now.; LIBERALS AltE OUT OF OFFICE And the Laborers on the Plantations Out of Work. What More Characteristic Than to "Take to the Woods"? Some Small Fights, One in Ha , vana Province. ITavana, Auj,'. 22. The indications ire that the revolution In western Cu ba already has practically reached its maximum. The overninont and peo ple generally believe the movement lias received alout all the accessions it will bt likely to f?nin. The promptness of the government in arresting suspect ed leaders and plotters In Havana and elsewhere and In tending reinforce ments to the disturbed districts has had an excellent effect fit strengthen ing public confidence; and overawing sympathizer with the movement. Attaek Is Apprehended. On the other hand, and not with standing the quietude in the Pinar del IUo region at present, peaceable in habitants of the cities of Pinar del Rio, Consolation del Snr, San Juan del Martinez and other western towns are in lR)itrly apprehension of the attack and occupation of these places. The fact that probably 1,000 insurgents are tending to concentrate in the prov ince of Pinar del Rio upon towns in adequately guarded by small detach ment of rural guards, mostly inexpe rienced in warfare, makes the situa tion grave. Fighting in Havana Province. There were many rumors yesterday of tights at various points in the prov ince of Pinar del Rio, but they have not been confirmed by government or press dispatches. There was some fight ing in Havana province, and more- is hourly expected. A detachment of rural guards encountered a portion of Randera's band, with which shots were exchanged at close range. One insur gent was killed and the others scat tered. Fifty rural guards are in pur suit of the main band. A detachment of rural guards encountered a new par ty 'of insurgents near the town of Guln.es, twenty miles from Havana, and charged them, taking thre prison ers, including the leader of the band, and capturing seven horses. NO POltK FOll OSE PARTY Eeein To Bo What U Rankling in the Patriots' " Bosoms. In order to appreciate the motives of the insurrectionists it should be remembered that political partisanship In Cuba is radical and tierce, and with the opposition takes the form of vio lent condemnation of the dominant party. This is particularly true of the province of Pinar del Rio, which claims to tie naturally Liberal, but whose municipal and provincial offices, as elsewhere, are wholly occupied by moderates, the one class by govern ment appointment and the other as the result of the December elections, in which the Liberals took no part. The alleged repressions of 11HC still rankle with the more radical members of the Liberal party. The revolution ary feeling also is quickly revived in the more remote districts, fanned by tales of President Raima's alleged un fairness. This being the Idle season in both the sugar and the tobacco fields men are easily led into excitement. Very few of the more conspicuous veterans have tendered their services to President Palma to assist in sup pressing the insurrection. The masses protest fidelity to the government, but there Is less surprise than might be supposed ut the outbreak of the- Insur rection. A cabinet minister stated t3 the As sociated Press that two detachments of rural guards yesterday attempted to surround Bandera's company of in surgents, but that the latter refused battle and tied. General Gomez has been ordered brought to Havana. Pino Guerra'a party, the largest band of in surgents in the province of Pinar del Rio. consists of only 200 men. Their war cry Is: "Long live the Liberal party: death to Estrada Palma." A dipateh received here from Santo Domingo. Santa Clara provluee, states that there are forty insurgents out in that vicinity, the first insurrectionist movement in the province. The people nre arming in their own defense. A group of insurgents near Colon, prov ince of Matar.zas. was pursued by a government detachment, which capt ured three and wounded one of the band. The latter subsequently died. Several more conspirators were arrest ed late last night in Havana. Chile Asks No Contributions. Pittsburg. An sr. 22. Count Julian de Ovies. the Chilean consul in Pittsburg, caKed on Mayor Guthrie and an nounced that he had received a mes sage from the Chilean government, and that it was desired that no public con- 5s be made in this citv for the the victims of the earthquake disaster. tributiilr.s relief eft i - ! I C. R. and O. Anneals. St. .ouis, Aug. 22 The Chicago, Rurlir.feton and Quincy Railroad rem puny, Convicted at Kansas City an the charged of giving rebates to a packing company, has taken an appeal ti the United States circuit court of appeals here, j r j Jw 8 The turnpike road to peoples hearts, I find. Lies through their mouths, or I mis take mankind. Feter Findar. - -' m s tvvv few turnpike guide post is the fr&A trade mark of the National P.krn Company. It points the way to the food of quality biscuit and crackers so perfectly baked and properly protected; so cleanly packed and freshly kept, that they never fail to please in their mission to the appetite and heart. This trade mark always appears in red and white. It is placed on each end of a dust and moisture proof package that keeps the contents in their original condition. National Biscuit Company products are thus distinguished and warranted you are thus orotected 2nd p-JApA in w. - J -fc, - perfect of bakery products. As an example try a package of GRAHAM CRACKERS. You will instantly recognize their superiority cex any ordinary Graham crackers you ever tisted. They coaUia all the gcJ tit the best Graham fioui enhaated by perfect baking. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY PKOTEST IS DISAPPROVED Preideiit Puiiiam Invites the New York Bhms Ball Club to Ap peal Its Case. New York, Aug. 22. The protest of the New York National League base ball club agains the action of Um pire Johnstone in forfeiting the game of Aug. 7 at the Polo grounds to Chi cago, when the management of the New York club denied the umpire ad mittance to the grounds, has been for mally disapproved by President Pul liam, of the National League. Pulliam declares that Johnstone was entirely within his rights and that "the silly and unsportsmanlike protest of the New York club is dismissed and ! the record remains unchanged." He says that the New York club has a constitutional right to appeal from hi finding to the board of directors of the National League, and he trusts it will avail itself of this prerogative and ''give the club owners of this League an opportunity to choose between an archy and law and order in the con duct of affairs." JOS. W. WE IS, R. Ph. THE OKUl 98 State Street. Phone No. L waj 'Si FORT BROWN A DEAD OUE There'll Be No M ore Troops Sent There I 'I f Uer. U'hltA r-ir. Ttlar.b- Hereafter. Washington, Aug. 22. The negro federal troops, ha ye been ordered out of Texas. Instead of going to Fort Ringgold, which is about 100 miles up the Rio Grande from Fort Brown, the battalion of the Twenty fifth infantry has been ordered to Fort Reno, O. T. Fort Rrown is to 1 abandoned. The company of the Twenty-sixth infantry which has been sent there will not stay loug. Its duty is to pack up all the movable government property which will be shipped to other pests, when the troops will be ordered away. The abandonment will be permanent. i ESS CTS YOU USI1 ftSro Iff (.'..'. iv III liiloo us Xrt? li. f J U jou try to g. -long p f?' proper kind of coal. "fT'' ' '?--. vi" A-1wjb bear in mind US r 1- iituv v - s r-i Qanaat in Tn A WTtfl We 6011 the best coaS that money can boy. but we charge no more for it than you will have to pay for an Infersor article Becllman, Illatt (D. Co COAL. - FEED. - BUILDtND MATERIAL TELEPHONE 49. - 34c INDIANA AVE. IK ten 5- 7 "Tama Jim" Taking Notes, Omaha, Aug. 22. Secretary of Agriculture Wilson arrived in South Omaha am! visited all the packing houses. Secretary Wilson did not make himself known, and after a brief in spection of the several plants left the town without giving out any informa tion other than to intimate that every thing was found to be in a satisfactory condition. Boise to Do Herself Proud. Boise, Ida., Aug. 22. Elaborate ar rangements are being made for the re ception to l tendered Vice President Fairbanks upon his visit to Boise dur ing the coming session of the National Irrigation Congress. mam Railway Blacksmiths Meet. Chicago. Aug-. 22.--The fourteenth annual convention of the International Railroad Blacksmiths' asociation begun here with seventy-five delegates pres ent from all parts of the United States LIFE'S LITTLE THINGS. They Co Very Look Way Toward Making: the World Happy. A wild bird's song is a little thing lost in the deeps of a frowning sky. And yet as it falls on a listening ear and ; leaves its message of melody earth's green seems brighter and life ia sweeter all through an autumn day. The coo of a babe ia a little thing meaningless sound from a vacant mind. But 'tis the only sound that all na tions heed the one clear language that all races know. A mother's love 13 a little thing too soon, alas, forgot! But it typifies to blind humankind the love and trust and hope divine that bear with patience calm and sweet the willful wrongs in these lives of ours. A passing smile is a little thing lost In a world of toil and care. And yet the soul with gloom oppress ed end the life grown wearied with burdens hard will happier be in the afterglow of a smile that is wannlr kind. A kindly word is a little thing a breath that goes and a sound that dies. But the heart that gives and the heart that hears may know that it sings and sings and sings till at last it blends wltlv the wild bird's song and the coo of babes in what men call the celestial choir. Milwaukee Journal. EBIASi NATIONAL BANK HAMMOND IND. Capital $100,000. Your Bank account is not too large. "Neither is it too small for the CITIZENS GERRSAft UflTIQrmL 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. O C SMITH Pres W D WEIS M D Vice Prea GFO il EDER Cashier E S EMERINE Asa't Cashier DI FACTORS CHAS SMITH C II FRiEDRICH J C BECKER WM D WEIS HERMAN SCHREIBER H M PLASTER They Scorned Doctors. The learned ladies in olden tiaes took great comfort and pride in their skid ia medicine. With true professional scom they Pxked down upon tli regiv lar doctors r.s upon -;tiaek. "For God's sake leware what medicines ye take of any fyssissyans of London. I shall never trust to tbera because of you father and my uncle. who-e souls God assoil." So wrote a lady in conscious pride. She kr.ew she could have saved the lives of h-.T unfortunate relatives if she had only had a chance to dose tnern with s.ine of her wonderful con coctions or to have put upon their, some such plasters as those fjr which Dame ..Margery Fasten was famous. Her husband sent for one of her plas ters for the king's attorney. James I lev barst. who was suffering with an aeha in his knee, and to whom Sir Jvha Tas ton felt himself sentimentally indebted. "He is the man who brought you and i mo together." he wrote to Margery k "and I had leaver than 40 that y ; could with your plaster part him and his pain.". : , i Times subscribers not receiving their papers properly will confer a favor on us by calling Telephone 111 and telling us. --iT I w SEE CARL G. PAUL FOR Light Spring Wag ons, Buggies and Harness ALSO Harness Repairs 77 State Street Hammond, lnd. f 4t T. . a A Golden Opportunity G. W. HUNTER Automohili Best Eqzpped Repair Shop in the State. t2 Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 91 5. HOH 'MAN STREET Hurbn PInck. HAMOMND. IND. ! 0 ! 9 ( v3 RHONE 9 First class liyery in connection. Night call promptly attended. 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Michigan avenue 8 rooms, $2,100. 5 room cottage, Chicago avenue, $1,030, easy payments. 9 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield avenue' $2,500. 8 room house, 50 foot lot, ShefSeld avenue, $2,000. 4 room cottage. Oak street, north of Ecfiznan, 23 foot lot oa eaiy fay xnents, $750. 5 room cottages on Brunswick street for sale on monthly payment plan. I For Sale Five room cottages with pantry and bath on Murray street, for sale on easy payments. We are building 6 modern brick houses which will ba sold on pay ment plan in Oak Kidge addition on State, Plummer and Sibley streets. We have also for sale a fine business corner on West State street at a bargain. The above are but a few of the bargains we c?er...If you wish to look into anything in the real estateline not listed abote, call oa ua or write us. We can suit you. Gsstlln, Meyn & Co.f "Bcal Estate la all itsSrncnss .