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Friday, August 24, 1906.
Gary News Work on the grading of 7th ave nue west from Broadway was begun yesterday. Mr. Erpf spent the afternoon in East Chicago and Whiting securing medical supplies. Dr. and Mrs. Jones have se cured the services of a colored lad who arrived from Chicago last even ing. - Mr. Cooper begins work with the corps running south today, but ex pects to be with the Blome company as soon as their actual work begins. Mr. Butcher of Euclid avenue, is improving rapidly from the illness which has kept him from work for several days. Mrs. Specter is learning rapidly the art of riding although she has a Blight tendency to hold the pommel of the saddle and let the reins go where they will. Conrad Peterson lost two horses during the protracted spell of hot weather and nearly lost a third yes terday. Strenuous work saved the horse and he will apparently recover from the effects of the overheating. The Wabash is unloading material for the switch tracks that are to be laid from Jefferson street east past Broadway. These are to enable the contractors to ship in material for the building of houses, which will begin soon. Charles Peterson received a bad cut under the left eye as a result of an altercation with his barn boss at one of the camps west of Broadway. Words led to blows and when the argument closed it found Charles the loser with the gash as convincing evi dence. The L. S. & M. S. are now laying steel for the team track which is to extend east from the depot. The service for passengers is compara tively good, having nine trains a day, but the freight service is poor owing to lack of room for switching and the lack of help in handling freight. The Zulu manager returned last evening with additional material for shows and will give a performance this evening. The wind played havoc with his tent on Monday but he and his men in a short time re paired the damage and the members were soon installed in their quar ters. John Hill, Gary's only Laplander at present, is suffering a slight at tack of rheumatism. Our popula tion is probably more cosmopolitan than that of any other city in this part of the state. Poles, Horwats, Slavs, Italians. Germans, Swedes, Danes, Russians and Greeks are but a few of the different peoples who call Gary their home. . The Misses "Genie" Knotts and Hennesy together with Mr. Clifford visited us yesterday morning, leaving on ; the 2:07 for Hammond where they expected to visit at Miss Knotts' home. Mr. Cliffor-d is an old time school friend of the postmaster's, now engaged in the real estate business. Miss Knotts thoroughly inspected the new postofiiee over which she is to assume control in a few weeks, made particular inquiry as to the re ceipts and delighted "Tom's" heart greatly by promising to come and help him out. ! Imbro Kricmar, one of the Polish laborers tenting near Fifth avenue and Broadway imbibed too freely of some of the bad beer that had been bottled up in Tolleston yesterday and as a result needed a doctor's at tention, according to friends. Dr. Jones was summoned hurriedly. He found the patient suffering from the effects of the booze and trying to sham additional illness. A little Ingenuity on the doctor's part con vinced imbro that he should not attempt to play on the credulity of his fr'ends. He says that he is all right now and insists that some one ought to be prosecuted or trounced, preferably the latter for selling bum beer. West Hammond Tomorrow will be the funeral in Southwest Hammond of Josie Szy manski, mother of a large family. She has a son in the United States army in the Philippines. It is hoped the the Chopin choir who for some time has been inactive and silent will again in a short time be called to life by its energetic mem bers. The new sisters of the Holy Fam ily which are about to take charge of the South West Hammond school have just arrived. Nine came this morning, seven of them may remain for the coming school year. Annia Wierzbicka on lLZth Place, is very sick and Kate Bonczyk is also not expected to live long. This morning occurred the funeral of Josie Szymanski. A number of people, especially women attended the ceremonv. The secretary of St. Andrews so ciety, the largest in our town, has received the policy for Frances Pach ela this morning, which has been changed on account of the death of her husband, Andrew. Indi Harb lana or Attorney J. G. Ibach of Hammond, wa3 in Indiana Harbor yesterday on business. Mr. George Graves from Bay City was visiting in Indiana Harbor yes terday. Editor Brown of the East Chicago and Indiana Harbor Globe, was in the Harbor yesterday afternoon. Arthur Donnelly spent yesterday In Indiana Harbor visiting with his sister, Mrs. Goerg. Eugene Higgins, formerly one of the sales agents for the East Chi cago company, gave some of his old friends a call yesterday. A party of young people had a bathing party at Hoch's last night. Everybody enjoyed a good swim and then ate a big piece of watermelon. Mrs. E. A. Landon of Hammond, stopped off at Indiana Harbor last evening on her return from a weeks visit with relatives in South Bend, Ind. Dallas Sarver has moved to Ham mond. Dallas is one of the old set tlers of the Harbor, having come here when the town was first start ed, as operator for the Lake Shore railroad. A large number of Harborites took refuge from the intense heat of yesterday and the day before in the cool waters of Lake Michigan. At any time of the day one will find a large number of people taking a dip. The team of horses which pulls Charles Martin's bakery wagon around took the notion that pulling a bakery wagon was too slow work for them yesterday afternoon so thev started to run away. The street pav ing on Michigan avenue was hardly good enough to suit them so they took to the cement sidewalk at the corner of Michigan and Pennsylvania avenues. It looked as though they would smash a few plate glass win dows but when they struck the iron railing at the basement steps of the Kaufman building the wagon tip ped over and they were stopped by some men who came running over to them. Otto C. F. Seehasse of Indiana Har bor, was in town today on business. We are told that Arthur Kunert has bought Mrs. Lucey's vacant cor ner, consideration $3,200. We learn that Otto C. Borman has sold his home place to Chicago par ties, for the tidy sum of $S,000. More property is being bought by the same people. There were five men from Gary today who were overcome, not by the heat but by Mr. Alcohol. A mar shall could be kept busy supplying the county hotel with guests, if we only had a marshall. Lowell News. Nearly everybody, especially the candidates for county offices attended the soldiers' reunion. Miss Clara Turned has returned from an extended visit with South Chicago relatives. This is the time of the year for hay fever and a great many of our people are getting the symptoms. Seymour Kanaar left Wednesday for Plymouth. Ind., to join his wife for a visit with relatives. Miss Clara Turner has returned her home in Chicago after an en joyable visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Damn. Tolleston The Misses Flora Fuller and j Gladys Hill cf Hammond, arrived in j Lowell Thursday evening for a weeks j visit with relatives. - , Mrs. John Hinesley of Chalmers, Ind., is enjoying a visit with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Eelshaw. Mrs. t Hinesley is just recovering from a i spell of sickness. j A nurse came down from Chi cago to the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bradley Thursday night to nurse Dan Comerford who is very sick with typhoid fever. Will G. Dickinson is enjoying a weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Dickinson. Will is now head book-keeper with the John Burns Lumber company in Chi cago. County Commissioners Brown and Love passed through Lowell Thurs day on their way to the state line to inspect a new bridge just com pleted. They stopped on their way home to attend the soldiers' reunion. Dan Calnan of Cedar Lake was here yesterday on business matters. Ed Cook, who was employed on the Monon here has resigned and will go to Hammond. Father Keyser and the Rev A. Heit man who are in retreat at South Bend, arc expected to return tomor row. Work on the Miller building is St. John News. progressing in fine shape. The brick to Chicago yeterday to attend the fu walls have already risen beyond the 1 neral of Mrs. Deutsche's sister, Mrs. first story. Word from William Esswein to friends hersays that he is very much at home in his new position as teach er in Marshalfield, Wis. Aug. Koehle is making prepara tions for a grand Labor day celebra tion. A picnic and dance are an nounced for Spring Hill Grove. Under the firm name of Stark & Dahlkamp, the latter have started a livery business. Thus far the un dertaking has been a success. s. Jos. Geiiach, who is threshing northeast of St. John this week, will probably finish his work there this n-iaotr fitiil hpcin rm nnth est i town. The Miller Brewing Co., which has an agency in Hammond, is look ing toward St. John with a view of opening the field here. Agent Sun shine of the Hammond agency was here yesterday to make arrangements for regular deliveries. Although no fatalities nor casual ties from heat prostration can be re ported from St. John or its immediate neighborhood, still the heat during the past week has established a new record for continuance and oppres siveness. A number of St. John people at tended the Wille auction south of Kreutzberaf yesterday. From a point of attendance it was one of the larg est of the year. Mr. Wille and fam ily will move to Oklahoma where they will make their future home on a farm. Dyer News. Our well makers, Moeller Brothers were at Schererville yesterday doing some repair work. Since our last the new shed in the school yard has erecived a coat of paint, which makes it look O. K. The auction at Willie Wille's south of town yesterday was well attended. Prices soared up high and there were plenty cf bidders among the visitors. The play given by the Don C. Hall company, is well attended every even ing. It is very interesting and ren dered in a very gcod way. Peaches are plentiful this year. Yesterday peddlers sold them here at 65 cents a bushel and they were of a fairly good quality at that. Mat Schutz will have about the best oats crop in the whole neighbor hood. Threshers have been busy there for one and a half days and look ahead for another half day's work. The cats is a No. 1 quality, yielding about 2 U bushels in weight to the ordinary grain sack. Mr. Schutz ex pects to get some 25,000 bushels by measure. Yesterday was gala day for cany children and young folks from Dyer 1 HE LAKE COUNTY TIMES and for many miles around as they had a Sunday school picnic in our public school yard. People came to town on hay racks decorated, with red, white and blue. The weather was very favorable and those present enjoyed themselves till late in the afternoon. Hobart News The public schools open Sept. 3. Mrs. Emil Haase was a Valpa raiso visitor today. Miss OUie Reed, of Hammond, vis ited her aunt, Mrs. A. C. Thompson, a few days this week. Misses Clara Piske and Amanda Boldt of Chicago are visiting friends and relatives here this week. Elmer Wuiiderle is visiting at Darlington, Wis., for a couple of weeks. Thcs. Crisman is running rural mail route No. 1 for two weeks dur ing Carrier Linkhart's vacation. The dry goods and grocery stock of S. Patterson is being moved to Ok lahoma. Ed. Schurmacher, section foreman on the Pennsylvania, is enjoying a vacation. Jas. Guyer is attending the annual reunion of his old regiment at Adrian Mich. His son, William, accompa nied him. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Deutsche went Jennie Fulton, who died Monday, Several young people from here attended a picnic given by their mu sic teacher, Mrs. Donahue, at Val paraiso. Arthur Barney, formerly of Ho bart, but now day operator at Wheel er, and Miss Goldie Taylor of the same place, were married there Mon day. Robertsdale F. R. Schaaf was visitor Thursday. a Crown Point Mrs. E. C. Holmes of Harrison ave nue, is entertaining several out-of-town relatives this week. A very prominent wedding will take place in the near future, both of Harrison avenue. All are pre paring to give them a good charivari Mrs. E. Rathburn and daughter of Danville, 111. are visiting the former's daughter, Mrs. E. C. Holmes of Harrison avenue, for several days Mrs. Nickolos Simon and Miss Lena Simon of Pearl street visited the former's sister at Park Manor Thursday. Mrs. Julius Lineman of Harrison avenue, Miss Ella Johnson and Miss Eugrie Ilendrickson of Whiting pic- niced at Lake Front park yesterday. Mrs. William Bought entertained the Robertsdale orchestra and many others Thursday evening in honor of her cousin. Miss Elizabeth Wads- worth of St. Joseph, Mich, who is vis iting her for several days. Mrs. Erick Lund of Roberts avenue entertained many of her friends of Whiting, Hammond and Robertsdale in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Lund, who is an accomplished hostess, served many dainty dishes. After jiuncheon was served, all left wishing Mrs. Lund many more happy returns of the day. All present report a most enjoyable time. Al. Tune oi Valparaiso, ind., a cousin of John Soltwede of Harrison avenue, and also well known in Robertsdale, met with a great mis fortune Tuesday. Mr. Tufte's barn, worth $2,500 was struck by light ning and he lost SO tons of hay and many bushels of grain. His insur ance only covered 5500. We are very sorry to learn cf Mr. Tufte's misfortune. 1 Whiting News The Misses Kendall of Chicago vis ited with friends here yesterday. , Alexander Hamilton Is entertain ing his father. Miss Addie C. Greatrake spent yes terday at St. Charles, III. Messrs King &, Stevens of the Hammond S. S. G. and E. Co., were Whiting callers last night. Mrs. Walter Getts visited in Pull man yesterday. A party of Whiting boys returned last night from a trip through the main resorts in Michigan. John Schaub left today for La Porte, Ind. to spend a few days with relatives. Misses Jennie and Clara Szymanski and Venora Burley of Indiana Harbor were in Whiting yesterday. Mrs. Pete Hayes and daughters Libby and Pansy, returned last night from a visit with relatives in Mich igan. All Whiting is rejoicing to learn through the Times that a new fac tory will soon locate in this vi cinity. Miss Stella Collins and sister, Mrs. Xierocker, who for the past month, have been visiting the McFadden family , have returned to their home in Cleveland Ohio. There was a mad dog scare yester day on John street. The dog was shot by a ploiceman in the morning but he did not kill him. In the afternoon the animal became mad aad endan gered the lives of many children who live in the neighborhood. Much praise is due Mr. Kollar who caught the dog and locked him in his shed til the policeman arrived to complete his job. Misses Madge Ilazellet and Ivy Goldsmith entertained thirty of their friends last evening at the home of Miss Hazellet on Pennsylvania ave nue. The event was in honor of Messrs. Frank Rook and William Emerick who left today for their homes in Buffalo, N. Y. The young people Indulged in music and singing and played every game from drop the handkerchief to spin the pan. Ice cream and cake were served by Mes- dames Geo. Hazellett and Alice Beck- et. The guests departed in the wee sma' hours of the morning, all con gratulating the young ladies on their being royal entertainers and wishing also to see Messrs. Rook and Emerick in our midst again. East Chicago Mrs. A. H. W. Johnson spent the day in' Chicago shopping. Mrs. Mever Barker of the Harbor, visited Mrs. Specter last evening. Mrs. Harry Johnson was in Chi cago yesterday and purchased a new buggy. J. P. Shaffer, representing the C. Hacker Lumber company of Joliet, was in town yesterday. Mrs. Murray and daughter, Mrs. Ruth Williams, spent the afternoon with Mrs. E. T. Davis. Mrs. Woods, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Pickard, returned to her home in Birmingham. Mrs. L. Palmer, who had her toe operated on yesterday morning by Dr. Spear for an ingrowing toe nail, is doing nicely. William Truce, formerly head car penter at the chemical works, left last evening for Cleveland, O,, where he has been given a better position with the same company. Louis Greenfield, the popular mer chant of Chicago avenue and proprie tor of the "Trio" attended a recep tion at Nick Kahl's pavilion last night, Calumet avenue and the river. He reports having had a fine time. Miss Verda Palmer, who has been visiting Mrs. L. Palmer left today for Chicago where she will spend the remainder of the week and from there she leaves for her home in Dixon, 111. The new fire-proof vault which is being built in the First National bank is nearly completed. The safe ty deposit boxes were installed yes terday and today the three-ton steel doors are being put in. Yesterday afternoon about 3 o'clock a fire alarm was sent in from the third ward. Immediately the fire men were out, but when they ar rived at the- house from where the alarm came, found there was no blaze there. About twelve of the Magnolia club spent yesterday afternoon and even ing at the lake in Robertsdale. In the afternoon the crowd went In bathing. After supper, which they took with them, they played several frames. - J I 1AM QTrOOP KAUFMANN & WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. i-ijri r Of o anufaclurers' SUIIER Saturday, August 2?, will Positively the Last Day memoriable sa!e. Every dollar's worth of Summer Goods has been marked down to a price that can't help bringing the desired results of cleaning up everything, although prices have been almost ridiculously low all during the whole week you will find them in many instances still lower on Saturday, we are simply bent upon making a clean sweep of all remain ing Summer Goods. Another important feature of this last day of the Manufacturers' Closing Out Sale are a number o new lots which did not arrive in time for the opening of the sale, but which are now ready and all must be sold. G. W. HUNTER 71 71 TH A Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State. Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 91 S. HOHMAN STREET Ifuehn Block. HAMCMND IND. Henry Barker of San Francisco, manager of the Bohemian club of that city, together with his family, is visiting Mr. Barker's parents In the Harbor. Last evening they visit ed Mr. I. Specter of this city. From here Mr. Barker will go to New York where he will spend a few weeks. Hegewisch News Miss Ethel Colson of Superior ave nue, is reported very sick. Mrs. Harry Renberger went to the East Side pier fishing with her chil dren yesterday. Mrs. L. W. Parish of Harrisburg, 111., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed Miles of Superior avenue. Mrs. Lammering and Mrs. Moran visited yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Lundt of Hammond. Mrs. Clara Kadel nee Olson was overcome with the heat yesterday. She was unconscious for over two hours, but is reported better this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Peating lost a child yesterday fifteen months old They start to Michigan with the re mains today. They have the sym pathy of their many firends. HUSH! A WAITING STATION TO BE BUILT. Keep it dark. The Lake County Times is enabled to inform its read ers that the Hammond, Whiting & East Chicago Street Railway has al ready secured a Christmas present for the people of Hammond in the way of a waiting station at the four corners. The secret leaked out last night when it was found that the room is to be prepared in the rear of the Heintz block, will face on State street and will run clear through to the rear of the ice cream parlors which open on Hohman street. This will give the patrons of the street car company two en trances to the waiting room, one on State street and another on Hohman. This has been the longest felt want the city has known for years and ought to be welcomed by band music and a pyrotechnic display. The demand of railway postal clerks for stronger cars means they want steel frame protection between the engine and the heavy coach. Inbership of this local as the most di other words they object to riding in j rect and speedy possible, on account the weakest link of the train. But if all parts of the train are to be equally strong, what is to happen when an ir resistable force meets the immovable body? FL Wayne News. PAGE THREE ur Great Closing Out Sale OF MERCHANDISE be the banner day of this NOTICE. To members of Local Union No. 307 of the United Association of Jour neymen Plumbers, Gasfitters, Steam Fitters and Steam Fitters Helpers of the United States and Canada: You are hereby notified that the Lake Superior Court has issued, and has served on the officers of Local Union No. 307, a restraining order as follows: State of Indiana, County of Lake, es.: in the Lake Superior Court. Oc tober Term, 1906. Samuel Reynoldson and Wm. E. Rus sell, co-partners doing business un der the firm name of Reynoldson Plumbing Company. ' J Vs. Local Union Number 307 of United Association of Journeymen, Plumb ers, Gas Fitters, Steam Fitters and Steam Fitters Helpers of the Unit ed States and Canada; James Mc Quade as President, Alfred H. Fetta cs Vice President, John Laverty, as Recording Secretary and Thoma3 Linton as Financial Secretary oC said Local Union No. 307. . The plaintiffs having filed their complaint herein praying for a re straining order and having filed their undertaking to the approval of the Judge of this Court, the same com ing on for hearing in Chambers at my office in the City of Michigan City and a sufficient showing having been made, that it would be detri mental to the interests of the plain tiffs for notice to be given and hav ing read the application of the plain tiffs and being fully advised in the premises, it is ordered that the de fendants and each of them and their members, agents and employes are hereby restrained from in any man ner interfering with the business of the plaintiffs by mean3 of threats or intimidation of any kind or nature, directed against its employes or any one connected with them, and par ticularly from notifying or intimidat ing their employees to quit the em ploys of said plaintiffs, until notice and further order of thi3 court. It is further ordered that the defendants and each of them be noti fied that the application for a tem porary restraining order will be heard before me in Chambers in the City of Michigan City on the 27th, day of August 1906, at 10 o'clock a. in. HARRY B. TUTHILL, Judge of the Lake Superior Court. All of the members are therefore directed to fully and completely obey this restraining order. I take thi3 means of giving notice to the rom. of tfcft Rrattprc.fl mcm "-".wviuuiji m w members. This notice was served on me this 23rd day of August 1906, James Mx Quade, President ot Local No. 307. i