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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES MONDAY, OCT. 8. 100(5. Notice to In SAM MOBRULE. AT MOBILE I WILL SELL Three 6 per cent Real Estate Mortgages Amply secured and made by men whose signatures clone are worth 100 cents on the dollar in any bank, One$1,300.00, due in three years. "One$l,600.00, due in five years. One $1,800.00, due in three years. Apply at once to E. A. KINKADE, BSSSL 110 First National Bank Bldg. Telephone Hammond, 3253. Open Evening Until 8 p. nv QQOSSQGGQGQQGQQQGQQQQQ PHONE 9 First class iirery In connection. Night csila j promptly attended. 5 tem-w'm so LADY ASSISTANT PriTftte anibnlanco Office open night and day 0 NICHOLAS EMMERLING 5nccessor to Krast A Evtncrilae UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR O.'"- PRACTICAL EMBALMER. H 211 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind. 'QSOQOO.OQOOOGOOOO O O o o o o o o G. V. HUNTER Automobile Gar Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State. Compressed AJr FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 91 S. HOHM AN STREET Huthn Dfock. HAMOMND. IND. ... -v - 5 r. -t-- -i w , . v t" .r a 1 Barjsama. ntjv . licinnioR'd Horse Market i5to4oHead of Horses always oa hand. Hay, Feed and Wood for Sale. Exchange Stable. ED MARSH. Proprietor. MANHATTAN HOTEL, 396 Calumet Ave. SA VE TWO CENTS A DAY YOU CAN OWN A FARM V.'e mean what we say. "The Marvin Plan" enables any one who will put away a small sum eaeh day to own a farm that he can live 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. An 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. TRENHOIM, MARVIN & CO. D, 605 Baltimore Building, Chicago, 111. County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R. MOTT, rresident, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Vice-rrcs". A.' H. TAPPER, Treasurer, S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Bldg., Hammond. Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DENTIST.DAVIS BROS., HARVARD DENTIST NOTICESPECIAL The Drs. Davis Bros., of the Harvard Dental Offices, wish to announce that NO ONE ELSE IS connected with same and they have exclusive control of ofSces. Only licensed graduate dentists, with years of experience, are employed. With lady assistant, another chair added, making four chairs in our operating department, we are better prepared "more than please." "You are always welcome." H w in o to Q Telephone 2923. State and Hohman. Hammond, Ind. C. L. DAVIS, D. D. S., J. A. DAVIS D. D. S, Of Drs. Davis Bros. Harvard Dental Offices. cn HI Two Negroes Lynched by Citizens of That Town to Save Trouble, It Seems. ON THEIR WAY TO THEIR TRIALS Another Negro Lynched in Arkansas for Shooting White Men. Feared White Justice and Resisted Arrest Negro at Macon, Ga. Shoot9 Two White Men . Mob Baffled. crmvd wero frnl on. and ?hort!y aft erward the two I'olums escaped. Later in the night several white men were fi ml at from ambush, nd three of them more or less severely wound ed Then last niht Blackburn was arrested cn suspicion of having fired the shots, or some or them, and put in jail with no one on guard but the turn key. About 10 p. m. four masked men went to the jail sot the drop on the turnkey, took Blackburn to the princi pal corner in the town and hanged him. SOME MORE OF THE SA3IE Mobile, Ala., Oct. S. The crimes eoiwjtitted upon Era May Fowler. Lil lian May Saveil, Kuth Sossainan, and attempts on others whose names are not jxiven. were revenged by n mob in a lonely place just off the Holt road in the neighborhood of Priehard's station. The leaders ordered the mob, which was armed with revolvers, shot guns and rifles, not to fire a shot, and the orders were carried out. Robinson, I who committed the iirst crime that startled the people of Mobile and worked thein up into a fury, was first strung up andslowlystrangled. Thomp son was then hanged. Only Guarded by Two OfHcers. The negroes were being brought, un guarded except by the sheriff and one deputy, from Birmingham to Mobile to be tried for their crimes. At Mount Verinn eight men wearing white? masks boarded the train. Five of them covered Sheriff rowers and Deputy Charles Green with revolvers, and toid them that they had come for the pris oners. The revolvers of the sheriff and deputy were then taken from them. The negroes were taken off the train at Creole, fifteen miles from Mo bile, where was waiting a large num ber of masked men The negroes were taken about 100 yards down the road rnd hanged. They Were All "Rest Citizens." One of the leaders who stood on the platform of the train, heavily masked, said that the mob was composed en tirely of business men of Mobile, and that its action had been decided upon only after careful consideration. He said that if the negroes were taken into Mobile by the sheriff and tried un der military protection there would certainly be bloodshed, and that the mob method was the best. Why There Were No Troops. Birmingham. Ala., Oct. 8. A spe cial from Montgomery says that Gov ernor .Telks has made public the cor respondence passing between himself and the sheriff and citizens of Mobile county in explanation of why the mi lit'u was not sent to Mobile with the negroes Thompson and Robinson. The Mobile bar asked for militia, and the correspondence shows that a telegram was sent to Birmingham ordering Sher iff Powers to bring the prisoners by way of Montgomery, where troops would have been supplied, but that this telegram was not delivered in time to roacfi the sheriff before he left for Mobile by way of Selma. More Negro Shooting Results in the Death or Two White. Columbia, S. C, Oct. S. Henry Small, a negro employe of Cole Bros.' circus, shot three white men, one fa tally J. B. Gaillard, who died later at Manning. lie was brought to the state penitentiary for safe-keeping. A mob was formed at Sumter with the avowed purpose of lynching the negro. TINSEL PICTURES. ANCIENT EMBROIDERY THAT HAS BEEN REVIVED THIS SUMMER. A Kind or .Work executed by Wo men o( Spain, France and Itnly In the Sixteenth. Centnry Agaio Ea Baeres Feminine Attention. That "nothing is new until it is old enough" .to the utterance of a witty Frenchwoman. This remark is particu larly applicable to the needlework of today. Revivals are the order in all the arts and crafts, and among the latest Is the making of pictures with needle and thread. Embroidery pic tures they are called, and the work is carried Jt in many different ways, but none can boast greater quaintness or a more decorative effect than those known as tinsel pictures. The word tinsel is a somewhat misleading one. but for want of a better it has been se lected as an appropriate designation Don't.-Read This Advertisement if you Wish to Keep Your Money, "Why? Because I am offering: acre and lot property so tre mendously low that the temptation will be too great for you to han? on to your money any longer. I am selling- vacant lots for $10, $15", $20, $30, $50 and upwards; acres at $50 and $100 per acre and upwards. Write or call tor particulars. LE. Suite 40S, Hammond Bldg., Hammond, Ind. Phone 3021 Branch Office, Tollcston, Ind. Charlotte, X. C, Oct. 8. R. II. Eu- ! for the bejeweled and gold embroid ered portraits and figures of the revived work. The tinsel picture, to adopt the term, Is a species of applique work which was executed by the ladies of Spain, France and Italy in the six- banks, superintendent of a construc tion company engaged on the double tracking of the Southern railway, was shot and instantly killed by Oscar Gad dy. a drunken negro, at the railway camps near Lexington. Gaddy es caped, and will be lynched If caught. Basin. Miss., Oct. S. A negro at tempted a rape on Mrs. Ketchum. IIo was followed by a mob and captured fifty miles est of Mobile. After be ing identified he was lynched. Appeal to a Higher Power. New York, Oct. 8. Bishop A. Wal ters, president of the National Afro American council, issued a call to the churches for colored people throughout the country appointing Sunday, Oct. 7, a day of prayer, for a cessation of lynching and that justice be done to "all the people in all the states. Pur suant to this appeal prayers were of fered In practically all of the negro Protestant churches in this city. Cincinnati, Oct. 8. Sunday was ob served as a day of prayer and fasting in many colored churches of the city. Pes Moines, la., Oct. 8. Pes Moines negroes held a mass meeting pursuant to the call sent out by Bishop Alexander Walters. MOB BAFFLED IN GEORGIA DOING THINGS IN SAN DOMINGO Rebels Attack Monte Cristl and Steal Important Documents Forced to Fly. Cape Haytien, Oct. 8. General Jican Jiminez, a nephew of ex-President Jiminez, attacked Monte Cristi. He took advantage of the panic that resulted to enter the Haytien consulate and secure important archives and documents, but whs forced to fly be fore superior government forces. Dur ing the skirmishes the insurgent gen eral, Rodriguez, was captured by the government troops- and imprisoned. The rebels are furious at the au thorization accorded the Dominican government by Hayti to debark troops on Haytien territory, and In retaliation have killed many Haytiens on the frontier. The Haytien cruiser Nord Alexis has arrived here to take the governor of the city on a tour of inves tigation. The situation is serious. TUSSLE WITH AN ELK Negro Shoots Two Macon Men, but la Rushed to Atlanta. Macon, Ga., Oct. S. About 10 p. m. Charles Adams and William Solomon, prominent young white men, were shot by a negro and seriously injured at to fair grounds, where, night, shows were being given. The midway was thronged with hundreds of young peo ple. Adams and Solomon were es corting two young women when a ne gro, named Fews. in a very offensive manner, forced his way between the couples, separating them. A remon strance from the young men led to an ' wns almost unconscious, encounter, when the negro whipped out a revolver and opened fire on Adams and Solomon, both receiving wounds in the stomach. The negro also was wounded, but not seriously. The negro was promptly arrested and placed in jail. A general stampede en sued among blacks and whites, as friends of the wounded men made threats of vengeance. A mob of 200 soon formed and half of them went to the jail and the others to the barracks. The barracks were so well guarded Young Chicagoan Is Severely Gored Before He Gains Safety by Climb ing a Tree. New Haven. Conn., Oct. 8. Chaun cev B. McCormiek. a Tale senior of Cnicago. had a fierce tussle with an eik in a private park in Westville, and after being severely gored managed to make his escape by climbing a tree lie was walking through the park with a companion, F. H. Rebell, Jr., of Ev anston. 111., also asenior, when the buck started after theu Rebell escaped, but the animal at tacked McCormiek, who grasped its antlers, but was thrown to the ground. Hf was struck twice by the elk, re ceiving a wound in the side. When taken from the tree later McCormiek Tinsel Portrait of Margaret of BomiA,i534 PORTRAIT OF MARGARET OF BOLENA, 1534 teenth and seventeenth centuries. In the antique specimens occasionally to be met with an opportunity is afforded to judge of the richness of the fabrics of 1500 and 1G00, especially the won drous velvets which were extensively used by the embroidresses in their pic tures. The scheme of working founded on the old methods is as follows: Pasted upon a linen or silk foundation, which 13 stretched upon a frame, is a figure cut out of an engraving or drawn by hand on paper and painted and laid down in the same manner. The cos tume indicated is then carried out cor rectly in actual fabrics with every de tail of trimming carefully put Jn either In gold or silver thread or in em broidery silk. Jewels are represented by beads and stones, while ruffles of lace are frequently put on with the Princess Patricia Not Engaged. Eondon.Oct. S, An emphatic onlcial denial of the reported bethothal of Grand Duke Michael, brother of the emperor of Russia, and Princess Pa tricia of Connaught, niece of King Ed ward, has been issued here. The an nouncement was premature. Must Observe Sunday Rest. Paris. Oct. 8. Interior Minister Clemenceau and Police Prefect Lepin that no effort was made to storm it, have decided that the Sunday rest law A M and this contingent of enraged citizens joined those at the jail, which was vigorously stormed. The negro, how ever, was spirited away and taken to Atlanta. RACE WAR IN ARKANSAS must be observed and the permission granted to certain establishments to re main open Sunday until noon has been withdrawn. to o cn : One Negro Lynched on Suspicion ol Doing Some Shooting. Argenta, Ark., Oct. S. As a sequel to the killing of John Eindsey and the wounding of his son. Policeman Milton Lindscy. here, presumably by Garrett Colum and Charles Colum, negroes; H. Blackburn, a negro, was lynched at the comer -of Sixth and Main streets. Last September a white man killed a negro musician. At the inquest at j Colum's undertaking store there was ! a row and Robert Colum brother of ! Garrett and Charles was killed and Deputy Constable Ed I.indsav Garrett Colum severely "wounded He . More Base Ball for St. Louis. St. Louis, Oct. S. Arrangements have been completed for a post-season series of seven games between the lo cal National and American League teams. The series will start today and all seven games will be played. Can Advertise with the Flag. Washington, Oct. S. General Iavis. judge advocate general of the army, has informed the acting secretary of war that there is no law forbidding the use of the flag of the United States for advertising purposes. PICTURE XS TIXSEn. dainty material Itself. Faces, arms and hands alone remain uncovered, show ing their printed origin. These are generally tinted and often a little painting or embroidery is introduced Into the background. This is the ac cepted modus operandi, but different workers impart individual character istics to tlwir pictures by using other trimmings, such as chenille. One art ist who is making a notable succes3 of tinsel pictures almost invariably paints her figures on glace silk. Snmmer Toilet Table Seerets. There are some articles which are generally deemed necessary for the summer girl to have on her toilet ta ble, and there are many luxuries the uses of which have long remained the cherished secrets of a few. No toilet table Is complete without borax. It softens the water and removes grease At miJnipht in the sleeping room. The best protector of the home 'Gainst sickness, fire and burglary Is an extension telephone. It allows instant communication with the doctor, the fire-house or the police station. You call without running down stairs to the main instrument. And when you are ill. You talk direct to business associates or friends without leaving the bed. Ttie ex tension has a double value a protector and a comfort. One and two-thirds cents per day is a small cost for home happiness. Order an extension today and on November 23th you will be thankful. Telephone the Manager. CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO. NEW ELECTRICAL THEATER 252 East State Street. Next to Minas' Department Store. Change every other day. Finest moving pictures in the world and all the latest illustrated songs. Admission Only 5c. r Artistic Commercial Printing Times Office T if- .r. . ' -rr J$r v v- y y '4 r. , . . ..'irji.:!r1 Ml 0 Distilling CoB -Distillers of- Hammond Bourbon Hammond 8ourmasli Hammond Rye Malt Gin Hammond Dry Gin Cologne Spirits Refined Alcohol Daily Capacity, 25.000 Gallons TOW ill LI fifl "Real Estate in all its Branches." We List Here a Few of Our Bargains: 25 foot lot on State Street, across Carter's livery barn, at a very rea sonable figure, $2,300. ; 6 room cottage, brick foundation, 37i2 foot lot, LaSalle Street, 1,000, from the face without parching the j Fine two-fiat building, 50 foot lot on Ogden Street, $3,600. skin, ss ammonia is apt to do. Be sure your colj cream is made from vegetable fat and that you keep a sufficiently generous quantity oa A Will Trevent Hoartline of Corn. City of Mexico. Oct 8. Measures '"Will be tfiken bv the crovernraent tn i hami fn ita momr srarant . - """U i " t . I J ill.llij v . vi. n l W.'V -3 " 1 1 ' - : T. V r, ,1 . tn n nlr n ..... 1 1 . . . . . "w'fiiis mm m uuuuii'tt- j nme coiu cream, msjueu on tne skin tlnn ff tH .it nrlAaij ti ti rl t ler nrAhaMfl i - 1 - 1 .. .. : I. : . . f ... wns only released from the hospital w VJ T V mT i :ttUU p "uwuer W1U f-Murrfiv thc auty ca forelSn corn will be ; do much toward preventing sunburn. ..-i. i r..;-j i t--u. j j.ue w ise summer gin wui nave a DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DOTTIST.DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DENTIST. Saturday ui.nht as Policeman Milton Lindsey and his father were walking past Chum's store they were fired on end the father killed, and son badly j wounded. When an attempt was made to get into the store the officers and I ' small bottle of lemon juice on her : Bank Robbers To Be Shot. j to51et table It win remove staing "V ladivostok. Oct. S. Five rarticl- from the skin or nail?. Tut in water pants m the recent bank robbery have Jt Is ppieadid E3 a sb5u tonic, answer been sentenced to death by court mar- lllg the pnrrose of eau de cologne and . i costing scarcely anything. Michigan Avenue, 8 rooms, $2,100. 9 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield Avenue, $2,500. 8 room house, 50 foot lot, Sheffield Avenue, $2,000. 4 room cottage. Oak Street, north of Hoffman, 25 foot lot, on easy pay ments, $750. 8 room house cn Murry Street, $1,300. 4 room house on Indiana Avenue, $500. 75 feet on Carrol Street, all improvements. p.id, $900. New 7 room house on Walter Street, 50 foot finely improved lot Ownei leaving city must sell, $1,900. 5 room cottage on Korth, South, and East Sides for sale on monthly pay ments. New Modern 7 room house on Oakly Avenue, $2,650. 6 room cottage on Truman, near Oakley, 50 foot lot, $1,500.