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TirlE LAKH COUNTY TIMES TUESDAY. OCT. 9, 100G. N to I WILL SELL Hires 6 per cent Real Estate Mortgages Amply secured and made by men whose signatures alone are worth 100 cents on the dollar in any bank. One--$1,30.0.00, due in three years. Onc--$1,600.00, due in five years. One -$1,800.00, due in three years. Apply at once to E. A. KINKADE, builder 110 First National Bank BIdg. Open Evenings Until 8 p. m- vestors1 BLOODY STRIKE FIGH Two Men' Killed and Others Fa tally Wounded in a Clash in Quebec. STRIKERS ATTACK A SAWMILL EOOT TO GO ON THE STUMP He Will Take Part in the New York Campaign, as Will Shaw and Cannon. Washington, Oct. 1. Secretary Root Is to make a campaign speech in New York Oct. 22. He will speak in Carne gie hall. This announcement was Met by a Volley of Eullets and the Leader Killed. Telephone Hammond, 3253 r o o k 4fk o O o m a PHONE & First class iivery In connection. Night olli promptly attended. LADY ASSISTANT V Private ambulance Office open night Q and day o o NICHOLAS EMMERUNG 5ucceuor tt Krost St tECBrlln o o UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRACTICAL EMBALMER. 211 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind. O Fusillade Follows and Several De lenders Are Hit Troops Arrive and Camp on the Hal tie Ground. G. W. HUNTER Aim u tie Best Eqipped Repair Shop in the State. rage Compressed Air FREE. Bowser Gasoline System Phone 122 91 S. HOHMAN STREET Huehn Clock. HAMOMND. IND. nammond Horse Market 5to 40 Head of Horses always oa hand. Hay, Feed and Wood for Sale. Exchange Stable. ED MARSH, Proprietor. MANHATTAN HOTEL, 396 Calumet Ave. Buckingham. Que., Oct. 0. Two m?n were killed and a dozen wound--d in a eondict between striking mill hands and provincial police at Mac Lmcii's saw mills here. The drastic men Mires taken by the authorities to iue!l the riotous strikers have had a telling effect and no further trouble is expected. The dead are: President IVlanger. of the Mill Workers' union, aid leader of the ' strikers: Xavier Thcricu, a mill luu.d. Five of the wonnded men are in a serious condi t'on. Names of the Worst Wounded. So far as could bo learned the most seriously wounded are: Felix Fauvalle, shot through abdomen, will probably die; Baptisle Bleniow, slut tlirough. head and anus, scriou.s; Felix Lacolle. shit in ana; Ahelard llainclin. four rbullet wounds: IvlAvard Miner, shot in head; Xavier Trembley, shot ill arm and both legs; Isidore Henaud. wound ed in back: Herbert Berler, Montreal police contingent, shot in breast, fa tal: Frank Kernan. chief of Bucking ham police, and his deputies, James Kernan, Peter Pickard, Leyotte and several others. Cannot Live on $1.25 a Day. The strikers declare ithey will elect another leader and continue the strike. Their former wages of 1.25 a day they declare wilt not keep them and their families alive. Tlie MacLaren company, which is one of the largest lumber concerns in Canada, is equally determined not to give in to the striken:. HUSH 31KT WITH BULLETS SA VE TWO CENTS A DAY YOU CAN OWN A FARM We mean what we say. "The Marvin rian" enables any one who will put away a small sum each 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 ciost 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. TRENHOLM, MARVIN & CO. D, 605 Baltimore Building, 'Chicago, 111. Lake County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTORS F. R." MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Vict Pres. A. H. TAPPER, Treasurer, S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Bids., Hammond. (Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DEIiTIST.DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DENTIST NOTICESPECIAL The Drs. Davis Bros., of the Harvard Dental Offices, wish to announce that NO ONE ELSE IS p 9 to o Charge Ilepulsed and Leader of the Strikers Slain. The strike at the mills began on Sept. To. The workmen's strike fund and their s.i'.all savings had vanished, and they had begun to feel the pinch of hunger and cold. The announce ment marie that the mill owners would import labor and start the mills put the men in a desperate frame of mind. A meeting was called at which incrn- di:v;-y speeches were made. About the n.k'dlo of the-afternoon the men de cided to clear out the strike-breakers. A mob of 2(0 men. armed with re volvers and other weapons rushed up the hill leading to the mills. The mill owners, who had looked for violence, had posted forty detectives and special policemen on the outskirts ff their property. There was no par leying. The first rush of the strikers wa? met by a volley from the re volvers in the hands of the police. Be langer. who was leading the mob, fell at the first volley with two bullets in his head. He died where he fell. The strikers sought shelter and opened fire on the police, many of whom were hit. A desultory fusillade was kept up for fifteen minutes, the strikers' stand ing their ground and the police remain ing behind their hastily constructed barricades. It was apparently by mutual consent that hostilities were suspended, while both sides removed their wounded. As there appeared to be a likelihood of a renewal of the trouble an appeal was sent to Ottawa for troops. They have arrived and gone into camp near the lumber yards. Alexander and Albert MacLaren. mem bers of the firm, fought beside the po lice in the battle with the strikers. Injunction Against Strikers. Topeka. Kan.. Ocr. f. Judge rol lock. in the United Statesdistrict court, granted a permanent injunction against the members of the Electrical Work er union, of Wichita. preventing them from intrfering with the property or employes of the Missouri and Kansas Telephone company. TO EE DUG BY CONTRACT H VW'- iRi litJV. J: 4 5 JAMES 8. 6HEE1IAX. made by Chairman Sherman, of the Republican congressional committee, after a conference with the prn:aent. Sherman also announced that Secre tary Shaw and Speaker Cannon would take an active part in the New York campaign. Sherman also said that Secretary Taft would be asked to take part In the campaign if lie found it convenient to do so after his return from Cuba. If he consents the secretary will be asked to speak in the west. It origi nally was intended to send Secretary Taft to Wisconsin, Missouri and Colorado. Finally Decided That the Government Will Give L'p the i'unitui: Canal Job. Washington. Oct. 1. 1 1 h?.s been anally decided that the Panama canal shall be completed by contract. In a few days the commission will make public a statement setting forth its reasons for favoring' the contract sys tem. President Roosevelt is known to support the commissi n in its posi tion that the work can be dne more satisfactorily by contractors than by the government. This change will in no vray affect the employment of Chinese labor. Pro posals for furnishing the Chinese la bor were made under such conditions that they can be transferred to con tractors, and the terms can be fulfilled in such a manner that the government can give the coolies just as much pro tection as it could if the government were the direct employer. Don't Read This Advertisement if you Wish to sep Your Money. Oscar Ciaildy Kets Away. Charlotte, X. C, Oct. 0. The mob which was in pursuit of Oscar tladdy, the negro who murdered Superintend ent It. II. Eubanks at the railroad camp near Lexington. X. ('., lost track of him and bloodhounds failed to pick up the scent. Excitement at Lexing ton was further increased by the threats of another negro to kill Fore man Butler. He was jailed. Why? Pecause I am offerinff acre and lot property so tre mendously low that the temptation will be too great for you to hang1 on to your money any longer. I am selling- vacant lots for $10, $15, $20, $25, $30, $50 and upwards; acres at $50 and $100 per acre and upwards. Write or call for particulars. R. L. MILLER. Suite 408, Hammond BIdg., Hammond, Ind. Phone 3021 Branch Office, Tollesion, Ind. BIG SCHEME IN HAND Railway Equipment Company That Will Have a Capital of $100, 000,000 Now Proposed. Chicago, Oct. 0. Plans are on foot for the organization of a gigantic rail way equipment company, the object of which will be to take the place of private car companies in furnishing refrigerator, live stock and other spe cial kinds of cars to the railways at the season during which they are re quired by the different lines. It is proposed to capitalize- the pro jected company at $lO0.C0O.0O0. It will rot be a private, but strictly a railway enterprise, the stock of the corporation being held by the various railway com panies and the profits prorated among them. Of Course Judge Lynch Is There. Mitchell. S. I)., Oct. 0. 'Walter Xewmnn, night policeman, was shot and probably fatally wounded byChas. Reusan, a thresherman-whom he was. attempting to arrest for drunkenness. The shooting caused much excitement. and a great crowd gathered about the jail, threatening to lynch Reusan should the policeman die. Yellow Jack Is Qui Vive. Xew Orleans. Oct. 0. A report that tli Cuban yellow fever situation is becoming serious has. been received by the Louisiana state board of health. The reportinginspectorat Havana says that there are rive cases at Havana, widely separated and in the best por tions of thf city. Schooner Lost at Buffalo. Buffalo, X. Y., Oct. 9. Against the Donnelly pier, at the entrance to Buf falo harbor, the schooner Ada Medora is pounding itself to pieces. The crew of ten men was taken off as the craft began to sink. The boat is loaded with hardwood lumber, valued at C00, 000. NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE is Romb Fails of Its Purpose. Sebastopol. Oct. 0. A bomb was thrown at Major General Dumbadze. commander of the troops, as he was driving to the barraks of the Brest regiment. The general, who was slight ly wounded, tired on his assailant. The latter, after a struggle with some sol diers, escaped. Charge Is Blacklisting. F.vansviHe. Ind.. Oct. 0. It. E. Kemper, a train dispatcher for the Louisville and Xashville railroad, has been arrested here by a de'nutv United Charges the Mob with Murder. Little Hock, Ark., Oct. 0. Judge R. J. Lea. qf the Pulaski county circuit court, specifically instructed the grand jury as to Its inquiry into the lynch ing of II. C. Blackman, the negro, Sun day night in Argent a. Judge Lea told the jurors that every member of the mob Mas a murderer and should bo hunted down. Talked of Indiana Politics. Washington. Oct. 0. Representa tive Jesse Overstreet, of Indiana, called on President Roosevelt and discussed with him for a short time political con ditions in his state. Overstreet is on his way home to Indiana from Xew York. At miJniprkt in the sleeping: room. The best protector of the home 'Gainst sickness, tire and burgrlary ls an extension telephone. It allows instant communication with the doctor, the rue-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. The ex tension has a double value a protector and a comfort. One and two-thirds cents per day is a small co?t for home happiness. Order an extension today and cu November 29th you will be thankful. Telephone the Manager. CHICAGO TELEPHONE CO. Anxiety for Lake Craft. Cleveland, O.. Oct. 0. The gale which has swept over Lake Erie since Saturday continues, and considerable anxiety is felt in marine circles for the safety of smaller craft, though no serious damage has been reported sr far. Struck by a Train and Killed. Chicago, Oct. 0. Mrs. P. Barry, of Yincennes. Ind., who was visiting in Chicago, was struck by a Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad passen ger train and killed. HEW Bitter Jerrold. Among the sayings attributed to Doug las Jerrold is a very bitter one he ap plied to Mark Lemon, then editor of Punch. Lemon was deeply attached to Dickens and showed it in a very open fashion, which perhaps aroused the great satirist's jealousy. At all events, as Jerrold was walking out one day with Lemon and another friend, and Dickens with several more behind them, Lemon suddenly dropped away and turned back. "What has become of Punch?" asked Jerrold's companion. "Did you hear Dickens whistle?"' was the cynical reply. "Dickens pays the dog tax for Lemon." States marshal ni the eh: rge that h o cn connected with same and they have exclusive control of oSces. 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 to "more than please." "You are always welcome." Telephone 2923. State and Hohm an. Hammond, Ind. C. L. DAVIS, D, D. S., J. A. DAVIS, D. D. S. Of Drs. Davis Bros. Harvard Dental Offices. HI DAVIS EEOS., HASVARD DEIITIST.DAVIS BEOS., HARVARD DE2TTIST. discharged a telegraph operator be- ! cause the latter joined the telegraph ers' union. Three Ixvst on tfie Lake. Houghton. Mich., Oct. 0. A terrific gale is raging on Lake Superior. The barge Pasadena, in tow of the steam er Gladstone, was blown on the rocks and is a total wreck. Three of her crew were drowned. Americans Beat the Nationals. St. Louis. Oct. 0, The local Ameri cans won a hotly-contested game from the St. Louis Nationals. 4 to :. It was the first of a post season series of sev en for the championship of the city. Representative Roekwood Hoar seriously ill at Worcester, Mass. Dr. Rosen, at the head of the Ger man mission, entered Fez, Morocco, Oct. 2 in great pomp, creating a deep impression upon the natives. The thirty-fourth annual convention of the American Association of Trav eling Passenger Agents is in session at West Baden, Ind. Bishop William Benjamin Arnett, of the African Methodist Episcopal church, is dead of uraemic poisoning at the Wilberforce university, ageil GS year. The Spanish-American War Yeter ans are in session at Washington. All is quiet again at Argenta,. Ar kansas. James W. Felker, ex-city treasurer of Xewburyport, Mass., has pleaded guilty of the embezzlement of $86,500 funds of the city John F. Ryan (Dem.), of Hancock comity, has been nominated in the Twelfth Michigan district for congress. Editor Hearst is busily engaged on the Xew York stump denying what the newspapers say about him. The Constitutional Democratic con vention at Helsingfors has fallen into the hands of the radicals, and will not modify the Yiborg manifesto. The agitation for increased wages, with the alternative of a strike, has assumed serious dimensions in the Rhenish Westphalian coal district. The annual convention of the Ameri can Bottlers' Protective association has opened at Atlanta, Ga. The Columbus (O.) board of educa tion has decided to adopt the simplified spelling so far as practicable in the ! schools of the city. : Fire at Waterloo. la., destroyed j Brown's Orera House. Klinefelter'? liv- ery barn. St. Mark's Episcopal church, : First Lutheran church, and C. F. ' r.ro Lwe and barn. Loss, $7:V ) CCD? Liberty, Equality, Fraternity. The French philosopher M. Le Bon, commenting on the motto of the revo lution, "Liberty, Equality and Frater nity," declared that the real difference between the French and the British lay in the fact that the French were enam ored of equality and cared little for liberty, while the British, insisted on liberty and never gave a thought to equality. And when some one quoted this to Rudyard Kipling he Instantly added his own comment to the effect that what the American really pre ferred was fraternity. "He is a good fellow himself, and he expects you to be one." ELECTRICAL THEATER 252 East State Street. Next to Minas' Department Store. 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