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MONDAY, OCT. 8, 190(5.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE Gary News Me Lain was in South Chicago yester day afternoon securing camera supplies an J a dinner. Mrs. A. C. lluber returned from East Chicago last evening where she and her little daughter Helen had spent the day with their people. Frank DuComb and II. Burge, promi nent men in the affairs of Hammond, took dinner at the Hotel Fitz yester day. Mr. DuComb has a real estate proposition in hand in South Gary that looks good to him. I,. A. IJryan fame up from South Cary Saturday afternoon and attended to offi cial duties. The suit in which he is interested and which Involves the title to a good deal of territory in South lary will probably come up soon in the superior court. Prof. F. Justus Holllnbcck of North I'ark college, in Chicago, and his old school and class mate, Axel S. Wall grcri, al: of Chicago, spent yesterday at Gary. The professor and his friend are much interested in the development here having friends who are active in the work. J. II. Hyman left Saturday afternoon for his regular visit to his family in Joliet. Mr. llyrnan, who Is cashier for the Gary Land company, is having' con siderable difficulty in finding a conveni ent place for his family until some of the buildings are completed here. All of the houses that are at all desirable in Hammond or Indiana Harbor seems to be taken even those that are being built being spoken for far in advance of their completion. Broadway has now been graded south to the Michigan Central right-of-way tso that it can be used by teams. The work on the paving and putting In the sidewalks is going ahead steadily. The mixer that was unloaded some time ago at the Lake Shore depot was hauled down Saturday to Fifth avenue and will be used to rush the work, an additional force of men being put on to handle the material and machine. At the meeting of the trustees on Sat urday, a good deal oftlme was given over to the discussion of ordinances and regulations that they will need. The engineer was instructed to estab lish the grade for the streets and lots south of tho Wabash. The street com missioner was directed to purchase supplies for carrying on his work. An other step was taken in the opening and improving of Broadway south of the Wabash. All of the alleys are to be Widened there to correspond with their width to the north which i$ twenty feet. The lots that were so extensively ad vertised In yesterday's papers are lo cated nearly two miles south of the business portion of our city and are, of course, being placed on the market by outside promoters. The rumor started 'some time ago that any owner of property within the corporate limits of CJary cannot subdivide it and place it on the market without putting in sewers, sidewalks and paving the streets is without foundation. The men who are making and governing our city are hard-headed, practical business men and are not managing it to suit the notions of faddists, but to suit the jiccds of tho people who live and work here, The (ireat Lakes Dredg & Ilock Co., V Is now using four pile drivers in its work of building the crib out into the lake. Some three hundred feet of the crib which consists of two rows of thirty-foot piling, have alrendy been put iu and unloaded and are now .being used in the construction work. Just west of the west crib is located the large engine and pump that forces water back to where the pumping sta tion foundations are being put in. The work on the open hearth founda tions has been stopped temporarily while engines are changed. These en gines run the large conveyors which elevate the crushed stone and cement into the mixer. About two-thirds of the concrete bed has been completed. Work begins on the structural steel erection for the store house and brick shed next Tuesday. As soon as the fill ing in around the office building foun dation is completed the steel will also be erected there. This will take nearly n week as yet. The Krug company is rushing the work keeping their forces nt work on Sundays as well as a night force part of the time. The steam Hhovel is now ' wroking north of the site of the machine shop. Tolleston Mrs. Inez Gibsoi- of Crown Point was in town Saturdav and took her little daughter to their new home in Crown Point. Mrs. Gibson leaves many old time frier. ds. It has been stated that yesterday was the lat Sunday that saloons will be allowed to be open for business on Sunday. Those violating the law must take the consequences. On Sunday afterroor. two young Ci rmars from Gary were on their way 'Mi k to cimp from Tolleston. when at the Wabash tower they met Will "lowers. Pierce Hilkn and nine other voting men. ai! from Aetra. who ask ed, them for whisky. When told that t.:.-y had none they searched them and rot finding any. commenced to abuse turn. The two Germans started on t'.-- run for Tolleston and were pur-;-:ed by the Aetna men. and one of t:-e Germans in running across the Mi. higan Central railroad tracks at T.d'.-stoi;. fell. All of the Aetna men pUehcd ' upon him and would have i ilied him bad it not been for Frank J 'tus who interfered and helped to dvive th Aetna men away. The Ger f.an who fell got a severe scalp woinsd and it was necessary to call Ir. Watson of Hobart to dress the wound. East Side News. August Bindel r f Guy, Ind , was on the East Side yesterday on business. Mrs. W. Carter and son from Denver, Cclo, were on the Fast Side ytstcrday on business. Mrs. Houston and daughter, former ly of the East Side but now of Wood lawn, were visiting friends here yes terday. A. L. Hultquist of South Chicago has moved into his new residence on the East Side at 104th street and Avenue Gene Phan, the Jolly East Hide bar ber, has returned after spending a week at his oid home in Calumet, Mich. The fite department had a run tj a fire at tiie residence of Adam Cook in OS'.h street and Avenue L. Sat;tuay ev.-ning about 8:S0 o'clock. The :oss wu.t about $B0. Jl-v. Axel Giahn, pastor cf the Swedish Baptist church on Avenue L., near 9Sth street, is dangerously ill at the Washington hospital in Chicago. Ire is suffering from Bright's diseast-. Arthur Larson was visiting on the East Side Saturday among nis many friends. lie ref:icl-s at CheHealrim at:a has Ju.st returned from Colorado wnere he hns been for a month. The South Chicago baseball team de feated the cack Normals yesterday by the score of 2 to 0. It was the first game of a series to be played for h. championship of Ihe South Side. The uext game will be played at the Nor mal park. St. John News. Miss Susie Doctor made a trip to Chi cago yesterday. Albert Klein of Chicago visited with his mother, Mrs. Mary Klein, yesterday. Peter Pfeifer Jr., of Whiting spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. John Pfeifer. John Stolz and family returned from Hammond last night. The St. John Men's Benevolent so ciety will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening at Kammer's hall. Peter Portz and family visited with John Stark and family at Lowell yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Berghoff and Jos. Moerschbecher of Chicago were the guests of Ed. Blecke, Sunday. John Jourdain, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jourdain and family were the guests of John Jourdain and family, Sunday. John Ludwig of Crown Point and hi brother Mat of St. John left for Wheat Meld to see their sick mother, who is visiting a daughter at that place. Hammond visitors at St. John yester day were Mr. and Mrs. Trout, John Bohrman, Geo. Austgen, Wm. Kropp and Carl Gerlach. Father Keyser wau unable to do ser vice here Sunday on account of being called to Elkhart on important busi ness. A priest from St. Joseph college took his place. Valparaiso News. Calvin Skinkle has sold the stock of his cigar factory to George Feighler and the factory is to be closed. E. O. Swinehart of the Lowcnstein grocery department leaves today to take a similar position with the Van Petten market at Michigan City. The county commissioners met in an adjourned session and awarded three contracts as follows: Rochester Bridge Co.. J7S6.00; J. B. Linda 1 1. $1 439.32; and with DcMasse Bros., $770.00. At 10 o'clock t..is morning occurred the funeral of Jerry Covert, a well known farmer living near Muiden. Ser vices we-e conducted by Rev. Henry L. Davis. The Pennsylvania railroad company are moving their telegraph offices from the freight offices to the new tower which is being erected east of the Joliet bridge. Saturday night Attorney General Mineral addressed a large audience in Memorial opera house in the interest of the Republican campaign. Music was furnished by the Pharmacy band. F.ull accounts of the game between Valparaiso and LaPorte and Wanatali and LaPorte wil! be found on page sev en in the sporting columns of this pa per. Hegewisch News Leo G. Detrick Ph. G. is home for a week on his vacation. Mathew Druman spent Sunday after noon at the East Side with his brother. Mr. Miskie of Hammond spent Sun day with friends in Hegewisch. W. E. Smith and Miss Mary Brackett spent Saturday evening in the city. Mrs. Ike Silverman spent Sunday with Mrs. Cohn of East Cn.cago. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barker Jeft for California last Thursday where they intend to make their home. The Knights of Pythias of Hege wisch are going to give their annual dance Nov. 10, at tho IIegevica opera house. Clarence Kuss. Ella Howry, Arthur Anderson and Edna Graham spent Sun- day afternoon and evening at the White City corn carnival. Miss Alma Herberg formerly of Hegewisch. Miss Christina Guinian and Miss Nellie Powell spent Sunday at the home of the Misses Ilattie and Emma Schumacher. Whitins News George. Collins is at Morocco, Ind., on a hunting trip. Mrs. Alice Tilton was in Chicago Sat urday to consult an occulist. Charles Cripliver i3 rapidly improv ing from an attack of appendicitis. Mrs. Kadow of John street shopped in South Chicago Saturday night. Robert Ingraham ivas in Hammond Saturday night. Mrs. Ahledorf visited her sister in Ha.nniond yesterday. Mrs. Carringt-r and daughter, Irene, returned Saturday from Olean, N. Y. Mr. Scott spent Sundav wiln hisl family on Cleveland avenue. Mrs. Holeleman of Hammond was here calling on friends Saturday. Mrs. James Arney of East Chicago was in Whiting yesteroay. Miss Deathe. on of the teachers in the pubiic school, is entertaining Mrs. C. B. Brownell of Sandwich, 111. Miss Ruth Dale, the German teacher, entertained her sitter Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. M. Johnson returned from Cleveland Saturday night, after spend ing two weeks visiting relaties. Mrs. D. H. Waltzer took dinner yes terday with Mrs. Robert Winkler in South Hohman street in Hammoni John Tonks has returned from Port land, Ore., where he went on business for the Standard Oil company. Mrs. Catherine Garvin of Chicago visited Sunday with Mrs. Catherine Stewart of Sheridan avenue. .Mrs. Kate Childs of John street was awarded ladies first prize at a card party in. East Chicago Saturday night. Wilson Hepburn and family have moved from Central avenue to Harri son avenue, Robertsdale. James Burke, ex-chief of the fire de partment is now employed in the para tine department of the Standard. Misses Elie Koch and Olga Kadow are now employed at the Hub depart ment store. "Mr. and ?.!rs. Mike Carey will leave Whiting this week for "Point Rich mond, Cab. for the benefit of Mrs. Carey's health. Diph.theria is becoming epidemic In Stiegditz Park, s""ral new cases be ing reported. It is hoped that the disease will not reach Whitinff. C'ha'los Smith came home yesterday from Champaign, 111., where he play ed foothill with the team from the University of Illinois. Mrs. Burroughs of Joliet, 111., came Saturday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mis. G. H. Fifield, of Oliver street. The Thiee family has moved to Grand dossing, 111., where they will reside in the future. Mioses Emily and Alice Thice will be greatly missed in local society circles, in which they were very prominent. .Miss Florence Burns cf Mainistee, Mich., has been engaged by the board of education to teach the fourth grade, which was formerly taught by Miss Giles. Miss Burns comes here well recommended, as she is a graduate of the Manistee Normal Training school ar.d hns had several years experience in teaching. Robertsdale Mrs. George Dobbins of Reese ave nue is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. John Dreason of East Chicago visited with relatives here yeste rday. Messrs. C. C. Kline and Chief Elliot took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Rich ard Schaaf Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Porter, who have been touring England and surrounding countries, have jeturned home. Miss Carrie Gorsch of East Chicago, Ind., visited with friends here yester day. Mrs. Willard Setty of Indiana boule vard returned to her home after spend ing i-ewral weeks with relatives in Kentland, Ir.d. W illiam Keller saw the Gar.s-Nel son fight pictures at the International theater in Chicago last Saturday even i i ii- The Misses Grace and Maude Rus sel and Mary and Jane Cruickshank of Caiumet Heights were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Oakley of Indiana boulevard over Sunday. F. R. Schaaf of Roberts avenue left today for Mancie, Ind., as a delegate from Lake county to attend the fif teenth annual conference of the state board of charities. The battleship "Robertsdale" now un der construction at the Sheffield ship yards, is expected to be launched next week. Thousands of people will be present to witness the christening by Williams. Contracts have teen let lor four more cruisers. Hobart News James Roper. Jr., is having his busi ness block on Mair- street painted. Miss Cora Schruall of Chicago was out from the city vn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Longshore and daugh ter and Henry Bobbins visited over Sunday at Lowell. They went over in Mr. Robbins' machine. A great many of the Hobart fans will go to Chicago this week to see the Cubs and Sex play off the champion ship games. Mrs. George Stocker has rented r.er beautiful residence on Center street to S. Henderson, proprietor of the bil liird hall. Mrs. Sleeker will make her hone with her daughter, Trs. Jake Kramer, who lives south of town. Yesterday afternoon a party of three men came into town from the east in ,in automobile at a tetriffb rate of speed. Mai shall Rose called to the party to step the machine, but they paid to attention to him except by in creasing their speed and getting oat of town. The marshall at once tele phoned a description of the machine to the Hammond authorities, but nothing was heard from them. Lowell News. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Thompson are visiting relatives at Elgin. 111. A full account of the football game will be found or. page seven in the sporting column. Hiram Gragg and wife of Morocco, Ind., visited at the home of Mrs. Gragg's mother, Mrs. J. II. Sanger, here Sunday. Miss Calla Palmer had the misfor tune while playing at school on a "teeter" board with her girl friends, to fall and sprain her ankle, causing her a great deal of pain. William Worley and Miss Lucy Has kell were married in Chicago a ("W days ago. Both parties are residents of near Lowell and are highly respect ed by all who have the pleasure of their acquaintance. All join in wish ing tho young couple happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sargent were married twenty-five years ago last Sat urday and in memory of the event celebrated it by a silver wedding party. A large number of their friends re sponded to the invitations sent out and a very enjoyable time is repoitel. Mr and Mrs. Sargent were the recipients of many handsome and costly presents. The faneral of Frank Rixley was held at Creston Sunday afternoon. A large number of relatives and' friends and the K. of P. lodge from Lowell attended. Rev. D. Idle, assisted by Rev. S. Goblet, preaching the funeral sermo-.i, the iemain being laid to rest In the Creston cemetery under the beautiful and ritualistic ceremony of the Knights of Pythias, -of which he was an honored member.' Mr. Rixley was highly respected in life and his de mise isf sadly mouried by all who at tended ibis funeral to pay their last tribute icf love and respect. The be reaved relatives and friends have the sincere sympathy of all. Mr. Rixley was never married. At death he was fifty-three years old. He leaves a large estate to be divided among his heirs. LoTrell, 21; KaM Chicago, 0. The East Chicago Trios journeyed to Lowell Saturday expecting to trounce the boys from the south end of the state. Thev found that they had underestimated their opponents and were defeated by the score of 21 to 0. East Chicago has a good team but has neglected to practice, with the inevitable result. Lowell, on the other hand, had their team playing in mid season form and were easily the vic tors. Lowell. Position. E. Chicago. H Viar.t re Riley Hale J. Beck rt McGaherty G. Loyd rg Hogg E. Jonnson c 11. Thorp B. Vlviant Ie J. Rogers A. Child! es It Fairaher Purdy lg .Davis A. Alyea qb Quinn R. Trump rh G. Lellew E. Brownell lh P. Keenan F. Brown ff McCarty Dyer News. Bernard Schulte, Sr., of Schererville was a Dyer visitor yesterday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Schutz made a visiting trip to Griffith yesterday. Peter Gettler and family spent Sun dav at Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Phil. Keilman return ed yesterday from Chicago. Mike Keilman of St. John was the guest of his brother, Charles, here yes terday. Messrs. Frank and Joe Herrman of Si. John attended the surprise party at Mr. Ehrsam's last night. Dr. Seidler was a happy man yes terday. All of his children were here for a family reunion. William Liesenfelt of St. John pass ed through here yesterday en route to Chicago Heights to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scheldt were Ham mond visitors Sunday. Edward Hoffman and wife of Chi cago Heights were seen in town yes terday. Miss Ziprde Dals and her mother made a visiting trip to Chicago Sunday. Petev Klein. Sr., who sper.t several das with his son in Hammond re turned to Dyer yerterday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John School of Ne braska, who are staying with Feler Klein, went to Hammond yesterday to visit relatives there. Lat night a surprise" party was held at the home of Peter Ehrsam in honor of Mrs. Ehrsam. The evening was spent in playing games and dancing Bernard lii'.brieh and wife stopped ofi lure fcr a short time yesterday morning. They were on their way to visit friends and relatives in Ham rmr.d. The coming marriages of Frank Reitman to Mi.s Regina Husemari. and August Schulte to Miss Lena Shaller were announced in our Catholic church y"teiday. Indiana Harbor. Bom. to Mr. and Mrs. J. Kroppa, an eight pound daughter. W. B. James of Indianapolis was a business visitor here this mornjng. II. H. ilaisey was here today attend ing to some business transactions. A. E. Thomas of South Bend, Ind, spent Sunday with C. E. lnun. J. A. Alexandria of Chicago was the guest ot Thos. O'Connell Satruday. Martin Herbert spent Sunday in Chi cago. L. Goldberg and family of Chicago visited Julius Cohen Sunday. Mrs. J. Sheets of 137th street, who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks, is much better. It. W. Mclntyre of the local Indiana Harbor R. R. Co., freight office, who has been spending a month's vacation at Niagara Falls, returned Sunday. J. E. Galvin. manager of the Ameri can Steel foundries of Franklin, Pa visited his father, John Galvin, of Com monwealth avenue recently. John Christy, who was burned in the Inland Steel Mills on Sept. 3rd, died at St. Margaret's hospital Sunday. Fu neral arrangements have not yet been made. Among the distinguished visitors at Indiana Harbor Sunday was J. K. Lightbody, the famous world's champ ion one mile runner who visited his parents on Commonwealth avenue. Rev. Thos. McGoven of St. Patrick's church left this afternoon via the Lake Shore for Elkhart. Ind, where he goes to attend the funeral of Rev. II. Buck el man. The street car service between Indi- ana Harbor and East Chicago will be suspendd from 7 a. m. Tuesday morn ing until Wednesday morning owing to the removing of the tracks to the middle of the street. East Chicago Miss Gertrude Cole spent last evening in Chicago with friends. Jack Andrews spent Saturday after noon and Sunday in Chicago. Mrs. Bronson of Valparaiso spent the day with her daughter, Mrs. A. II. W. Johnson. The Hessville school has been com pleted and is norv ready for occupancy, today being the first day it was occu pied. The Davison Foundry company is having plans drawn up for an office building. They are going to enlarge their force and before doing so must have an office. Yesterday IT. Cohen and Louis Green field drove to Gary with which place they were greatly impressed. Broad way is now paved for five blocks and Louis says it looks fine. The Graver Tans works company are tearing down their boiler room, en larging it and will install some new boilers. These Improvements all tend to help East Chicago as these plants will hire additional men, as they in crease their plant. Miss Webb, who has been a mission ary in Turkey for twenty years, gave a splendid talk on mission work at Mrs. G. L. Lewis' Friday night. A large crowd attended and all were de lighted with her lecture. She also gave a graphic description of the life and manners of the natives, which was most interesting. Two fire alarms were turned in Satur day night, one at about 7 o'clock and the other at 12:30. The fire was a hay stack at 145th and Railroad avenue. The first time the men responded they extinguished the blaze, but must have left it smouldering: for when the second call came in. it was found to be in the same place. The last time the firemen made sure they had the fire all "out. The business men of East Chicago organized Friday night with the fol lowing offlcers: Dr. Schlieker, presi dent; F. J. Fife, vice president; W. R. Diamond, treasurer; A. Ottenheimer secretary. This new evil will be as sisted by an auxiliary executive com mittee composed of representative men of this town. The object of the club is to better conditions of this city, and an organization of this kind has been a long felt want. With the aid of the gen eral publrc and the efforts of this new club, much good can be accomplished. Doctors and Disease. No man Is a good physician who las never been sick. Arabian Max- i. II - . . A KAUFMAN N & WOLF, HAMMOND! IND. Tuesday, Oct. 9 IN CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT Ail-wool Cheviots, Broadcloths and Panamas Made Up in the Newest Styles. Skirts Worth $5, $6 and $7.50, For one day only Tuesday, Oct. 9. Your choice $2.98. Cut out this ad. and bring it along. Why Should Our Soda Water be the Best in Hammond? ecanse 1. We make our own crushed fruits and syrups? 2. We make our own ice cream and candies. 3. We buy the best produce in the market. 4. We make our own soda water. 5. We have been in business for .years. 6. 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