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MONDAY, OCT. 15 ,190C.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE Gary News Mrs. Doctor Walsh and little daugh ter are now with the doctor at the ho tel. They have been visiting her peo ple for some time in southern Indiana. Dr. Weis, democratic candidate for coroner, built political fences through here last Saturday. The doctor is no doubt an able man, and made a good impression while here. The bodies of the two Italian labor ers who were killed on the Lake Shore tracks last Saturday morning were taken to Chicago in the afternoon on the 5:20. The members of the Board of Educa tion wiio had been notified to come to Hammond on Saturday were there, but found that nothing could be done in their matter until next Wednesday. The attorney for the trustees has in timated that at that time the board can expect settlement. Perry Ulrich and friends, of Chicago, drove over from Tolleston yesterday afternoon on a sightseeing tour. Mr. Ulrich has invested on Broadway, and is watching our growth with no little Interest. He owns and controls quite large outside holdings, which are net ting him good returns on his invest ment. Mr. and Mrs. Ilagenbrock and his father visited at the Hotel Fltz yester day. The senior Mr. Ilagenbrock is father of Mrs. Fitzgerald. Botli the senior and junior are able democrats where they hail from, and they cannot appreciate a place where tho sentiment is so markedly different from what they have down at Walkerton. Much furore has been created among the various temporary people on Pros pect avenue by the announcement that the engineering corps expects to be using the sand from the bills there within a couple of weeks for filling in for the elevation of the tracks. Ar rangements are being made so that each road can build six tracks alto gether, if it so desires, instead of the usual double or - four-track systems now in use. Sunday school was held yesterday afternoon in the new jail building, on account of the work of putting in the seats in the schoolroom going on dur ing that hour. Owing to considerable illness among the camps the attend ance was somewhat smaller than usual. Next Sunday and thereafter the hour for Sunday school will be 2:30 in the afternoon, and the services will all be held in the school building. The sup plies for the school arrived on Satur day, and, with the organ ready for use next Sunday, everything will be in good shape for a good Sunday school. The Board of Trustees had their reg ular session Saturday afternoon. Con siderable time was given over to a dis cussion of the future needs of the town, as well as present, in the way of an efficient garbage system. For the present it was decided to require every place to properly dispose of it in some way so that it should not be a menace to health either now or afterwards. All those on sub-divided property must arrange to have the garbage removed to places where there will be no houses built and either buried or burned there. The board decided to continue the work begun by the president in preventing the disposal of dead horses by burying them on the sub-division. Several of the teaming contractors are liable to lind themselves in the clutches of the law if they do not comply with the regulations. The engineer presented his report of the official grade south of the Wabash for 164th street, and this was O. K.'d by the trustees. Pro vision for heating the jail building was made, and some talk had concerning additional help for the marshal as soon as the cells arrive. Hobart News Joe Steinberger, of Hammond, was here over Sunday. l.ou Barnes and family spent Sunday with Mr. Barnes' mother at Wheeler. Dan Kraft, Fred. Maybaum and Charles Andrews were over to Gary Yesterday. Willie Sommers and Ed. Maybaum, of Chicago, visited Hobart friends yes terday . Pit Butler was yesterday visiting tives. out from Chicago friends and rela- Mrs. Mary Walsh and daughter, Catharine, returned to Chicago yester day after a few days visit with her lister, Mrs. Joseph Vague. The lecture delivered in Odd Fel lows" Hall last Friday evening by Father Vaughau was pronounced by all who attended to be far the best lec ture ever heard here. Hobart will per haps never again have the chance to have such an eloquent speaker in our midst. The residence of Postmaster Johns ton was damaged considerably by fire yesterday morning. The fire bell rang at about 11 o'clock, and the depart ment was soon out, but, owing to Mr. Johnston's residence being outside of the water protection limits, the fire men were compelled to form bucket brigades, and after about thirty min utes' hard work succeeded in ex tinguishing the flames. It is thought that the fire originated from fire in the kitchen stove. The loss is fully cov ered by insurance. Whiting News Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cripliver of Kentucky were called to Whiting by Cie serious illness of their son, Charles, who is at the Presbyterian hospital suf fering with appendicitis. Mesdames Hugh Muffit and Robert Humphreys returned Saturday1 from Elkhart, Ind., where they attended the meeting of the Women's Foreign Mis sionary society. Miss Ella C. Klose visited Miss Lola Trowe at Englewood yesterday. Mrs. Morton Trout is at Dixon, HI., visiting relatives. Mrs. C. B. Bunnel of La Porte is spending a few days with Miss Auriel Richards of Sheridan avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Muffit entertained out of town friends yesterday. The teachers in the public school spent a sociable evening at the school house Saturday evening. Tiie luncheon which they prepared was all that could be wished for. Mrs. Mary Meyers of Clark spent Saturday in Chicago. street Mesdames Gillian and Cole of David son Place attended a party in Ham mond yesterday. Misses Gertrude Moreheart and Flor ence S. Wing were in Chicago Satur day. Dr. and Mrs. George Hoskins return ed from Grant Park, 111., where they visited with Mrs. Hoskins' mother. The Sunshine Circle of the Congre gational Sunday school will give a pie social at the church Saturday evening, Oct. 20. Admission 10 cents. Messrs. Lester and Dillion Carlson of Englewood spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Robert Klose. Miss Jessie and Robert Curtis saw George Washington, Jr., at the Colonial theater Saturday evening. Mrs. Gillimiveray and her daughter, Mrs. Morrissey, entertained several friends yesterday. George Dawson of La Porte spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Goldsmith of Sheridan avenue. Mrs. George Roe of Fred street en tertained her father of Harvey, 111., Sunday. Miss Bernice Allen spent Sunday with her parents. George Collins has returned from his hunting trip at Morocco, Ind. F. Frankowski, wl at present has a saloon at the corner of Schrage avenue and 121st street, has purchased the milk route of Mr. Cowden. Mr. Cow den has his dairy at Forsyth, next to the Wolf lake club house. Mose and Pete Crutch of Hegewisch visited George Simmons in Whiting yes terday. Owl Club Iluaket Ball Game. The Owl club had its first basket ball game of the season at its club rooms Saturday night. Two games were played, one with the White Sox of Chicago, and the other with the S. P. C. A. of Whitingv The Owls were victor ious in both. , After this dancing was indulged in, t making a very pleasant evening for all present. Messrs. Gedrge Mong and Gust Krebs of Gary spent Sunday in Whiting. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Beaubien vis ited in South Bend, Ind., yesterday. The "Gobblers," our new organiza tion, is rapidly increasing its member ship. Three new members . were in itiated yesterday. - Edward Grady and Gust Seeboldt saw the game between the White Sox and Cubs at the West Side ball park yes terday. Forty hours' devotion is being con ducted at the Sacred Heart church. It will continue until Wednesday. Father Berg is being assisted by Rev. Father Georg of Collegeville, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Emmcl vis ited relatives here yesterday. Mr. Em met is now employed in the Chicago postofiiee. Messrs. William Callahan and Leo Ilelman of Gary were here yesterdav. Messrs. G. E. Kleinhurst and Walter Fish visited Sam Stowell yesterday. Tolleston Mrs. Louis Birkholtz, mother of Mrs. Kds-che, who has been visiting here for seven weeks, returned to her home in Youngstown, O., Saturday. Theo. Kosche was a Hammond visitor Saturday. W. S. Gallagher will begin breaking ground tomorrow for Otto C. Borman's new cottage. Mrs. Fedder of Hammond was a guest of friends in town over Sundav. Messrs. Gallagher and Townsley were callers in Gary yesterday afternoon. They report great progress in the work. It is wonderful the work that is be ing done toward building this great city. For the first time in the history of Tolleston all saloons were practically closed on Sunday. Everything was quiet and orderly and still the town survives. Let the good work go on. The new grocery store in the Wicke buiding is ready for business. Valparaiso News. "What Happened to Jones" company left Sunday noon for New Carlisle, where they show Monday night. Bronco John and his wild west re turned home for the winter Sunday. He has been - traveling- through the West. Williani' Wilson, Jr., was here from Indiana Harbor over Sunday vis iting his parents. Attorney N. L. Agnew and T .T. Fil ter were Chicago passengers Saturday. A marriage license was issued to John G. Bauer and Jennie Hermanee. The body of Ira B. Keeler, who died at Arrogo Grand, Cal., arrived here Saturday morning and was taken to the home of his son, D .W. Keeler. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, and conducted by Rev .11. S. Davis. It was largely attended. Mike O'Brien, of Koutz, was in town Saturday. Catherine Banks was in Chicago over Sunday. Mr. Wells, of Hebron ,was in town Saturday. Charles Jones, of Wheeler, was in town Saturday. Joseph Decker was f.ncd twenty dol lars and costs by Judge McMahon on the indictments of the grand jury. The "What Happened to Jones" com pany played to a large-sized house. Everybody was well pleased. The city board of health met Friday night, and M. M. Thompson was given tliQ territory east of Franklin street. and C. J. Kern west of Franklin. Vice-President Fairbanks will prob ably visit Valparaiso about Nov. 1. Miss Helen Brown left Saturday visit friends in Buffalo, N. Y. to WEST PULLMAN. Mrs. Hessian of 1S04 Cottage Grove avenue received very serious injuries from a fall in her home Friday. Mrs. McCurdy of S9th Plac is on the sick list. Mrs. Hottinger of 1846 Cottage Grove avenue entertained the Ladies Aid Sat urday. Mrs. O. J. Knapp of 1771 SSth street left Wednesday afternoon for Munford, N. Y., to visit her aunt, Mrs. Meets. Mrs. Habrichter will entertain the Vesta Circle club Wednesday afternoon at her home in SSth Place. Mrs. H. Seaman of SSth street enter tained a few friends at luncheon last Wednesday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. Parent, a fine baby girl. Mrs. A. Bowers has been entertain ing out of town friends for the past week. STONY ISLAND. 'Mrs. J." D. Green entertained the White Rose Cincll club last Friday. George Allen has returned from a visit from the coast, where he has been visiting relatives and friends Charles Hh-ks Wayne, Ind., to Plate. has gone to Fort work on the Nickel Louis Stearns, butcher at Swartzell's butcher shop, got a severe cut on his finger. Dyer News. Mr. and Mrs. William Bieker of Hammond were hero .yesterday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Aust- gen. Rev. Joseph Flach left for St. John yesterday evening. He will assist at forty hours' devotion while there. Mrs. Adam Spanier of Hammond was in town yesterday visiting with rela tives. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Scholl of Scher- erville were here yesterday visitin with Peter Klein and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Liesenfelt of Ham mond were the guests of Peter Hoffman ind family yesterday. Mr. a.id Mrs Anton Bail of Mate- son, 111., were the guests of Anton Stoi ber yesterday. The Misses Lizzie and Anna Keil- man and Frances Klein made a trip to Lowell yesterday Miss T 1 1 tot Kaiser of Chicago visited with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kaiser, yesterday. Some time ago four young people were out driving in a one-seated buggy. For some reason the horse made a side ways jump and unloaded the pa-ty by t no ro;?esme. io great, damage was done arid no one was injured. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Scheldt and Mr. and Mis. Hiliman of Hobart were Dver visitors yesterday. East Side News. Th boiler makers at the Hibben Company, at Ninety-fourth street and Ewing avenue, went on strike Satur day. Robert Dougherty has resigned his position as pipe fitter at the Illinois Sieel Company. Miss Turner, from Ross., Ind. iting on the east side. is vis- The toboggan slide has been erected at Calumet Tark. Clayton Brading, of the east side, was one of the many East Sides who attended the White Sox-Cub game at the West Side Saturday afternoon. B. Bowse, formerly of the East Side, now residing at Austin, was visiting on the East Side yesterday. The East Side football team played! a tie game with the South Chicago J Blues at Calumet Park yesterday. The I score stood 0 to 0. I The South Chicago O'Donnels defeat- ed the Malt Marrows by the score of r . , , , ' A. i 2 to 1, and in turn were beaten by the ! Spaldings by the score of 14 to 10 at j the South Chicago baseball park ves- j terday, the South Chicago baseball club.1 being at the Normal's grounds, where they played a ten-inning tie with the strong Normal aggregation. Tiie score was 3 to 3. A large number of the East Side Athletic Club's members went in a body to the White Sox-Cub game yes terday. Burnside and Dauiphin Park. Large congregations were in attend ance at the several churches Sunday. An evangelist spoke at the Methodist church, and the new pastor. Rev. Shaw, gave an interesting lecture Sunday evening at the Congregationalist Church. His subject was "My Boys and Your Girls." Miss Jeanette Motherwell, of Stewart avenue, is visiting her sister at Morton Park. Alderman Bihl and family have moved into their new residence on Wal lace street. The Woman's Club has begun its season's work. Miss Sadie Lucile Fra- zee and Miss Mihaelson arc among the number. A grand concert will be given at the Congregational church in the near fu ture by a number of our best home tal ent. Miss Lena Erwin, Mr. Wooding and Richard Evans will be among the soloists, and the Ingleside Quartette will furnish a number of selections. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels, of Nevada, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mi3. Rial, of Parnell avenue . Clayton Black, from the north side, vi3ited at H. P. Flory's home on Union avenue over Sunday. r Robertsdale The Lake Side military band give its annual ball at Goble's will hall Thanksgiving eve. Julius Linneman made another pur chase last Saturday and expects to open up in business soon. The fire plugs are in bad shape and ought to bo attended to before winter sets in. Scott Coryell of Roberts avenue was a Chicago visitor Saturday. Ed. Freese, with the Knickerbocker Ice company, has been sent to Wiscon sin, to be gone several weeks. The Knickerbocker Ice company has begun cutting weeds in Wolf lake so they will not interfere with the win ter's ice crcp. Mrs. E. Ratliburn and granddaugh ter, Ester Holmes, of Harrison avenue, were the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. A. Jackson, of Chicago avenue, over Sunday. E. B. Shedd, president of the Knick erbocker Jce company, was out from Chicago Saturday looking after the in terests of the glucose factory. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atchison of Woodville, Ind., Were the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Agnes Rob erts, over Sunday. N. E. Black, Republican candidate for Lake county assessor, was in town soliciting votes Saturday. The Marquette Pedro club held its first party of the season at the home of Mr. and Mrs, William Bought on Cleveland avenue Saturday evening. The honors were awarded to the follow ing: Ladies, Mrs. William Rought, first; Miss Clara Schaaf, second, and Mrs. William.- Aldrich, consolation. Gents. Arthur Stross, first; Charles Flaugher, second, and William Aldrich, consolation. Refreshments were serv ed and a most enjoyable time was had by all. Indiana Harbor. Andie Bode of 13Sth and Butternut street, who was taken to St. Margaret's hospital suffering with typhoid fever, died Sunday morning. Funeral will be at Hammond today. Miss Margaret Galager jot Hills was the guest of Mrs. J. yesterday. Beverly H. Teal Matthew Kelly of Edgmore is criti cally" ill with typhoid fever. Dr. E. F. Stephens and L. A. Stout saw the ball game in Chicago yester day. A. Jackson and wife of Valparaiso visited in the Harbor Sunday. C. C. Watson of Wheaton, 111., was a Harbor visitor today. Ml?s Hart of South Chicago was the guest of Mae Galcub over Sunday. J. Wells was in Chicago yesterday to see the ball game. Ear! and Crawford Murton were Chi cago visitors yesterday. Ed Heiner from Muneie, Ind., visited relatives here yesterday. Misses Jennie and Clara Zymanski visited friends in Chicago yesterday. Mrs. J W. Griffith received a tele gram from Pittsburg yesterday inform ing her that her sister Ethel who had jkbeea very ill, was much improved. St. John News. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein, of Chicago, ., , . ,. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klein yesterday, George Lauerman and his sister. Minnie, visited yesterday. relatives at St. John Mr. and Mrs. Charle3 Callahan visit ed with relatives at Thayer Sunday. Misses Mathilda and Susie Klassen, from Chicago, visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Klassen yesterday. Mrs. R. Winkofske and son, Frank, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Portz yesterday. Mrs. John Stark, Sunday at St. John. of Lowell, spent Hammond visitors at St. John yester day 'were: Messrs. Joseph Austgen, Carl Gerlach, Joseph and Henry Miller and Miss Mary Maginot and Mrs. J. Voile. Messrs. Joseph, Frank and Fred, and Misses Lena and Maggie Treinen, chil dren of ex-Postmaster Treinen, of Schererviile, visited their sister, Mrs. Nicholas Kammer here Sundav. Matthew Thiel, of Chicago, was the guest of Mr", and Mrs. Frank Thiel yes terday. Forty hours' devotion was started at the St. John church yesterday. Rev. Fathers Keyser, of Lowell; Flach, of Dyer; Berg, of Schererviile, and Guet hoff, of Crown Point, conducted the services. Hegewisch News Hegewisch has now got an up-to-date restaurant and meals are served at all hours. Corner of lo4th street and Erie avenue. Ralph Wattaus left this morning for Joliet where he will take a position as electrician at the Fox plant. A. A. Kuss spent Sunday in the city. C. Palmquist, a prominent business man of Hegewisch, will open a first class meat market and grocery store at the corner of 140 street and Park ave nue, Burnham, 111. Fay Lammering spent Sunday with his parents. Mrs. Dave Anderson is reported sick with appendicitis. Miss Mollie Herman is reported to be on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swanson spent the afternoon out on a drive. The Hegewisch football team played an exhibition game with the Stoney Island team at their grounds; score 5 to 3. Many sports of Hegewisch are rejoic ing over the White Sox winning the world's series. Mrs. Margaret Delmartin, a telephone operator of South Chicago, visited here yesterday with Miss Anna Jeusch who is also an operator. The Independent Order of Swithoid held an open meeting yesterday after noon at Craue's hall. John Patten of Burnham, came back yesterday from Memphis, Tenn., where he had been working. Mr. Williams of Hegewisch returned yesterday from Memphis, Tenn. The Columbus church fair is over and many prizer were won by some of the leading people of Hegewisch. A grand time was had every evening during its duration. Mollie Simmons, formerly of Hege wisch is visiting with Mrs. Bob Alex ander. Miss Mary McDonald spent Sunday with her mother. Many people of Hegewisch visited at Burnham Sunday seeing the sights. Leo Detrich is spending his vacation at home. Miss Koney of Brookline visited here yesterday with Miss Mary Moran. Edward Striller, the most popular man of Hegewisch. deieated Mr. How ard, superintendent of the General Chemical company in the contest at the fair Saturday evening, receiving a solid gold watch as prize. Miss Mary Moran won the five pound box of bonbons at the fair. Miss Dean Rrurberger won the dia mond ring in the contest as the most popular young lady in Hegewisch. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Druman and daughter of East Side spent Sunday vis iting their friends here. Miss Christine Gierman and Matthew Druiman spent the day out of town. Mrs. Armstrong and son of East Side visited with her sister, Mrs. Alexander, Sunday. Harry Carlson visited at the home of Miss Bertha Ballinger of Hamniond last evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. Harris spent yester day visiting out of town. Clarence Kuss and his nephew from South Bend went to the White City yes terday. Mrs. James McCormick. formerly of Hegewisch died at her home, 53 Cot- tage Grove avenuo this forenoon. LION KAUFMANN cS: WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. SPECIAL FOR OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Good Quality Fancy Figured m YARDS f pip W rOR WMb i fill "Seek dorri, For Not For Dead acts" By CYNTHIA WESTOVER Authoress HE best advice a young woman who still is studying can get from a friend is this: "DON'T MAKE A GARRET OF YOUR MIND." It ha3 been said that one ought to know something o everything and everything of something. But, like everyj ether rale, this needs explanation before it can convey, any definite! feneaning to the mind. The something of which you should knowj everything should be RELATED TO YOUR VOCATION-IX LIFE. It should give you an advantage as a worker in your own,! field. It should be useful, not ornamental. It should not be a matter, of vanity, but a matter of calculated utility. The something whichj you should know of everything is in the nature of things limited. Never take trouble to remember what can be searched out in a reference library or in reference books of your own. It i3 much bet ter to know WHERE information on a hundred points can be ob-j tained than to know all about five point3 so that you can give youri knowledge as from a book. If you apply yourself to the sort of mem-j orizing that I am approving, you your possibilities. Most human Hake it your business to KNOW WHERE WHATEVER YOITI WANT IS RECORDED. When you read, read with that end inj view. Keep a memorandum that will refresh your memory as to thej exact sort of information to be obtained from a particular book. Let! your reading cover a field, but don't load down your mind with what it is bound to refuse to carrv. In practice the pigeonhole is everything. It does for a mentals worker what an automatic piano player doe3 for the person behindj the keys. The drudgery of fingering i3 avoided, and one can give exclusive attention to the element of harmony. So, relieved of tho drudgery of remembering, the mind is able to devote itself to syn thetic work, to original work, TO WORK THAT MEANS SOME THING for oneself and for tho world. Therefore, I end as I began: Throw away the trumpery of knowK edge. Seek for wisdom, not dead facts. Don't make a garret of vour God given mind. And remember that, for the mind, as for the stom ach, indigestion always is the introduction to dyspepsia. WISDOM AND PHILOSOPHY NEVER ARE AMISS, FOR THEY EN-' LARGE THE MIND, DUT WHEN THE BRAIN IS MADE A STORE 10USE FOR FACTS AND FIGURES. IT BECOMES INACTIVE, n Tnnrn lI B 8 H Eye glass mounting and guard if yon are . having any trouble with your glasses. Baster & McGarry have control of this " mounting in this part of the state. 175 South Hohman Street. Ci Wis- ALDEN. -! will be astounded at the range of knowledge is recorded somewhere. Hi