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TME LAKE COUNTY TIMES Wednesday. Awe. 22. 190G. To Succeed, a Man Must I Make a Stiow of Success By WILLIAM F. CREKAND, Millionaire New York Publisher fiTlIE man who is in a hurry all the time will be stopped by peo- POLITICS 111 ILLINOIS Twd State Conventions in One Day Would Seem to Indi cate a Warming Up. DEMOCRATS HAVE A HOT TI2IE Refuse to Bounce Sullivan, While In dorsing Eryaa Heartily. i pio to tell him ot something IU 111b AU V AATAUh. 'Sfc When people see a man hustlincr around they assume at once that he is doing something worth while, and they want to feel that they aro in touoh with him. The man who has real troubles will find some one to help him if lift will let tho trouble bo hnown in somo modest wav, but as a rule the jnan with real trouble seldom airs them, and if ho can't work it out himself HE LETS IT WORK ITSELF OUT. Eight out of ten men who have troubles lay it tor women, when, as a matter of fact, .it's something else. Women aro trying all tho time to keep men out of trouble, and when the real trouble has a woman at tho bottom of it THE MAX got her into the partnership in ihn first Tlocr r. Peoria, 111., Au;. 22. For state treas women aro not uiscriminaung in uivir hvinpaimes, auu iu uu pur. j nrcr, N. L. Piotrowski, of Chicago; for cent of the cases where a woman causes trouble in a man's family it's j superintendent of public instruction, because ho began bv telling her how badiv he was treated AT HOME I M!ss C!,rolje Grote- of riko . . ' . " I for trusters of the university of 1 115- anu aroused her sympathy. THAT NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS 13 A SAYING AS OLD AS THE HILLS, AND NONE IS TRUER, AND TO GET ON IN THE WORLD A MAN MUST MAKE A SHOW OF SUCCESS. csrtf fv the frnnt rrnld the thusiasm. She ?aid; "I thank you sent I en: en f jt what you Lave been saying to me in this apsJause. It means that you are will ing to trust to me your most cherished possessions, the care of your children. I trust and believe that the voters of the state wi! lact according to your wishes. Gentlemen. again I thank you." Miss Grote then retired with band playing "Good Morning. Carrie." while the delegates mounted chairs, threw their hats in the air and cheered her frantically. UAVY T7ANTS IIORE SAILORS REPUBLICANS OF ILLINOIS Woman on the State Ticket Repub licans Are Harmonious Can non and Cullom Duly Indorsed. ilommond Horse Market i5to 40 Head of Morses always oa hand. flay, Feed end Wood for Salt. Exchange Stable. ED MARSH, Proprietor, MANHATTAN HOTEL, 396 Calumet Ave. Tel. 2032 411 Sohl St. Kollleg & Co Contractors Buy a lot and build your own home. Suit yourself. We loan the money to build and build yourhouse for you. - Lake County Title &. Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R. MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Vicc-Pres. A. II. TAPPER, Treasurer. S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Bldg., Hammond, Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. nois, Danied It. Caleron and John S. Cuneo, of Chicago, and Miss Clara Bouiiand, of Peoria. The foregoing is the ticket nominated by the Dernorat lc state convention. Declines to Bounce Sullivan. By a vote of 1,038 to 570 the Demo cratic convention laid on the table the request of William J. Bryan for the resignation of Iloger C Sullivan from the national committee. Despite the fact that Bryan hud declared that he did n&t wish to he indorsed unless Sul livan, was. repudiated the convention declared him to be the one and only man capable of leading the Democrat ic party to victory in li-'OS. The in dorsement of Bryan and the tabling of the motion calling for the resigna tion of Sullivan came at the close of a most ex iting session of the conven tion in which there were several fights and throughout wh'ch confusion reigned supreme. Thompson. Attacks Savagely. The committee on resolutions de clined to report a. plank calling for the resignation of Sullivan, and the de bate followed upon a motion made in the convention by Judge Owen Thomp son, of Jacksonville, calling for Sulli van's resignation. It had been agreed, that each side should have forty-five minutes in which to present its side of the case and Judge Thompson was the first advocate of the cause of Bryan. He aroused the hostility of Sullivan's friends by the unsparing mariner in which he dwlt upon the last Demo cratic convention at ' Springfield. Much Feeling on Both Sides, lie strode up and down the platform, his face white with wrath, and h'13 form shaking with- the intensity of his feeling. His caustic criticisms finally lost him the ear of the conven tion, and he might iiever been able to conclude his speech if Sullivan had not personally requested quiet. Sul livan, who followed Thompson, and who was the first speaker in his own behalf, declared that the ear of Bryan had been poisoned against him, and that he demand for his resignation sprang from his personal enemies. Great feeling was displayed cn both sides during the debate, and at times personalities of a disagreeable charac ter were made by various speakers. Smulki for State Treasurer Easily Cullom and Cannon Indorsed. Springfield, II!., Aug. 2 Treasurer of state, John F. Smulski; superintend ent of public instruction, Francis G. Blair; trustees of the state university, Mrs. Carrie S. Alexander, Fred Hatch, Alexander McT.ain and L. L. Lehman (short term. The foregoing ticket was nominated by the Republicans of Illi nois in a convention which was marked by harmony and good feeling. The presidential boom of Speaker Cannon for lrS, which was launched last week by his own congressional I district, was given an enthusiastic in- 1 Two riorsement. The mention of Cannon's j name brought the convention to its feet and there was enthusiastic cheering. The convention carried out the will of the people of the state, expressed at the primaries a few weeks ago, by a unanimous indorsement of Senator Cullom for re-election. Outside of the indorsement of Can non for president and Cullom for re election there was little of general in terest in the convention's proceedings. The fight for state treasurer was the most spirited of the convention, but Smulski won easily on the second bal lot. The resolutions contain an in dorsement of President Roosevelt's ad ministration, of Illinois senator and representatives in congress and of the administration of Governor Deneen. The paragraph on the tarff is the well known adherence to the cardinal doc trine "Of protection to American labor and American capital." but "we do not hold that any particular schedule of tariff duties must be of endless dura tion, but, on the contrary, when chang ing business and industrial conditions," etc. Inducements Offered to Young ?Ien to Join Uncle Sam's Ulue Jacket Corp. Washigton. Aug. 22. The navy de partment is making every passible ef fort to induce young citizens to enlist j aboard the ships of I'ncle Sam. In ad- j the j ultion to exposing popular pictures of j scenes in the naval service, interesting j reading matter is being circulated to j win the youth of the laud to the pleas- I ures and dangers of the sea. One of the circulars asserts that enlisted men now stand an excellent chance of ob taining commissions" in the navy if they are persevering and studious. Since congress in 1001 passed a law that the secretary of the navy could commission each year twelve warru'nt officers of the navy who had served, served seven years as enlisted men and four years as warrant ofiicers, twenty enlisted menhavereeelved com missions, and two of them now are holding rank in the service as full lieutenants. r av Ke cJ lay a Moaem nome on easy payments near Hammond's Center. Willie your properly grows in value. Act Now. E. A. KINKADE, builder Fhone 3253 1 10 First National Bank Bldg. Hammond, IncL RESULT OF AN ITALIAN FIGHT 20th Century TROHBER And the Popular fi OFFMANN ir FI h W fJFl INCIDENTS OF THE DISPUTE LEADER MURPHY AND HEARST Honsslly Made by Skilled Workmen 33 Sold Direct From Factory fo Home at Reasonable Prices and Easy Terms, Factory Branch9049 Commercial Ave., South Chicago. CHAS. F. DICKINSON. Manager. One Delegate Gives the Iie Direct and a Scrap Ensues, While the discussion of the anti-Sullivan resolution was proceeding and at the point where Sullivan declared that Thompson "came here to gratify his spleen," etc., '"You're a liar," came from the Dupage delegation. Instant ly a Sullivan delegate sprang fcr the speaker, and it took half a dozen po licemen to stop the Sght. Order was finally restored End just as Sullivan commenced to speak two men clutch ing each other by the threat staggered through the door on the opposite side of the hall. They cuffed each other without mercy, and it took a platoon of police to dras them out of the hall and put them cn the sidownl'i, where they started the second round. The end came on a motion made by ex-Representative Kern, of Belleville, th:;t the request for the resignation of Sullivan be laid on the table. Feeling during the roll call on this proposition ran very high. The votes of several counties were challenged, and one dele gate from Warren county declared that the vote from that county had been deliberately garbled. When all these difficulties had been straightened out the vote was declared to be as given above. The platform denounces generally and particularly the Republican admin istration of state affairs; declares the primary law a cowardly makeshift; demands an efficient state banking law: declares for the rights of labor in general terms and denounces child anJ Chinese labor; asks of congress the eight-hour law and anti-injunction law demanded by organized labor, and favor? popular election of senators. The revision of the present tariff is demanded and declares that "For pres ident iu the Democrats of Illi nois, first and last, have but one choice, and that man is William Jen nings F.ryan." Much more pleasant to record wa thf scene when Miss Grote was nom inated for superintendent of public in struction. She is the second woman in Illinois to lje nominated for a state of fice, but the first to be nominated by a great party. Immediately after the announcement of the vote there were loud cries of "Speech." '"Speech, Caro line." Miss Grote. who is a tall, large woman, "with a Tery pleasant face, IiOoks Dike the Illinois Fight Over Again In New York. New York, Aug. 22. Charles 1 Murphy, leader of Tammany Hall, said he had not observed any sentiment in Tammany for the nomination of Dis trict Attorney William Travers Jerome for governor by the Democratic state convention, but there was, he said, plenty of sentiment for W. It. Hearst. Murphy declared that he was not com mitted to any candidate, but it was the rule of Tammany to be guided by the sentiment of the organization and he would be guided by it at the state eon vention. District Attorney Jerome says that "It is no surprise to me to find Mur phy practically declaring for Hearst," Then he uttered a red-hot denunciation of the party "boss." And now here comes William Ran dolph Hearst and declares a state of things very like that existing in I11I nois between Bryan and Sullivan Says Hearst: "I have no interest what ever in the factional disputes of Tarn many Hall. These declarations for or against me are nothing more than at tempts to influence votes in primary contests. I am absolutely and unalter ably opposed to the Murphys and the McCarrens. and also to the Sullivans and the McClellans and the kind of pontics tuat tney an represent, l am opposed to boss rule in politics." Illinois Socialists. Chicago, Aug. 22. The following ticket was- nominated by the Socialists of the r-tate at a convention held here: Stste treasurer, W. E. McDermctt, Chi cago; superintendent of public instruc tion, Mrs. Bay Wood Simons, Evans- ten; university trustees, Mrs. Gertrude D. Hunt, Norwood park; Mrs. Corinne Brown, LaGrange; Algy M. Simons, Chicago. Dead Men and Four Serious Cases at the Hospital Feutl Breaks Out. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 22. Two fami lies of Italians engaged in battle in Main street. Two men are dead and four are in the hospital with serious wounds. Some time ago Frank Sar dinia had a fi?t fight with Dominic Garcia. Bad blood has existed ever since between the two men and Garcia and his brother lay in wait for Sar dinia, who came along tho street ae companied by his two brothers. The Garcias stepped out to confront the Sardinias. and the battle was on. Raphael Balstrie attempted to inter fere and was stabbed to death. When the police arrived Frank Sardinia also lay dead in the street, and his two brothers were kneeling beside him weeping and moaning. Dominic Gar cia tried to escape, but fell from his wounds. He is expected to die. TJIIES TO STARVE HIMSELF Murdeicr Says He Will Die Because a Woman Ha Committed Suicide. Louisville, Aug. 22. Clarence Stur geon, who killed three men on account of Daisy Jackson, a 10-year-old girl, announced in his cell, when told of her suicide in a resort in this city, that he would starve himself to death. He started at once by refusing to take food. Sturgeon admitted that the girl was from Carrollton, Ky., and that he had betrayed her. He said he had intended making her his wife. A peculiar feat ure of the case, so far as Sturgeon's loyalty to her memory is concerned, is that she killed herself because of her Infatuation for another man. Pat Crowe Promises Reform. New York, Aug. 22. Fat Crowe, of Omaha, Neb., who was taken in charge by the local police, but was later given his freedom, called at police headquar ters in accordance with an arrange ment made. Crowe had a long talk with Sergeant Dunn. He told him he had given up his old life. He said he was engaged In newspaper work, and meant to earn an honest living hence forth. He was told he could remain in the city as long as he did as he promised. Another Negro Lynching. Tampa. ITa., Aug. 22. While the Polk county authorities were bringing Will Lawrence, a negro, to Tampa to prevent him from being lynched an In furiated mob at Mulberry, in Tolk county, hanged John Bapes, a negro, and riddled his body with bullets. Bapes attempted to kill Capt. Hughes, a prominent white citizen. Lawrence was charged with an attempted rape on a young white woman. Relief for Chile Sufferers. Washington, Aug. 22. Funds for the relief of earthquake sufferers in Chile will be received by the Ameri can Red Cross and sent to Valparaiso and other stricken cities for distribu tion through United States diplomatic and consular representatives in that country. Russian Colonel Murdered. Samara, Aug: 22. The commander of the Borisov regiment was attacked and killed at his residence here. The murderers escaped after saturating the body of their victim with alcohol and setting it on fire. Bank of Mentor Robbed. Crookston, Minn., Aug. 22. The bank of Mentor, Minn., was burglar ized. The robbers blew open the safe with nitro glycerine, and secured $1, 20Q in cash. The burglars escaped. NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE Are Ministers Son Bad? A bishop marked the names of those whom he deemed worthy of remem brance for some service performed in religion or politics or literature or sci ence or art or commerce or philan thropy or ware fare, or some other as pects of the various life of the nation. Of such names he found 1,270 who were the children of clergymen or min isters, taking no account of those who were grandchildren of clergymen or more remote descendants. Of the chil dren of lawyers, there were 510, and of doctors So0. The sons of clergymen who became themselves clergymen were SoO. He further asserts that the superiority which the clergy enjoy Lu respect to their children to the other professions lies beyond dispute. The superiority has been not of numbers only, but of degree. , From ..clericn.1 homes have sprung more distinguished sons than from the homes of any secu lar, profession. LesUe's-Weejdsy SA VE TWO CENTS. A DAY YOU CAN OWNA FARM We mean what we say. "The Marvin Tlan' enables any one who will put away a small sum each day to own a farm that he can live cn, or lease out, and iu. either case have A good income for life. Land is situated in tha 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 . TAKE NOTICE About $4,000,000 Worth, of Land 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 BE BUILT OVER $75,000,000 TO BE SRENt Largest Steel Plant in the World Enormous increase in values in property now offered is in sight in short time. PERRY ULRICH, J08 Dearborn Street The king and queen of Spain have sailed from Cowes for Bilbao on their yacht Giralda. John W. Yerkcs. commissioner of internal revenue, has arrived at New York from Europe. The business section of Haileybury, New Ont.. has been wiped out by fire. Loss, $150,000: insurance, $100,000. The demand for laborers in the northwest is urgent, especially in Ore gon and Washington. All the foreign ministers at Santiago, Chile, have expressed the condolence of their governments to President Rlesco. Louis rfromme, a well-known resi dent of Allegheny, Fa., was found dead about daylight near his home. Murder is suspected, for the purpose of rob bery. Five hundred delegates, representing several thousand negro physicians, dentists and pharmacists, are in ses sion at Philadelphia, discussing medi cal subjects. The mining town of Johnsville, Plumas county. Cab. was practically wiped out by fire. Two miners were killed and twenty-nve buildings de stroyed. There is an ice famine at Baltimore. A great prevalence of hydrophobia is reported ia western Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Maryland. Foreign Minister Tittoni. of Italy, who was taken ill while visiting Castel Irescoro, has compjately recovered. 1 acooson s Agency Real Estate and General Insurance 77 SOUTH HOHMAN ST. If you vfant to buy or sell real estate, or need 6re. life or accident insurance, it will pay you to call on us. Our companys 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, io-room brick house on East State street, lot 50x1 18 Price, $3,000. 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