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TUESDAY, OCT. 10, -190(5.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE Gary News James Rogers is rushing the work on Ills building, south of tip; AVa:ok, and expects to be ready to opn within a month. A. F. Knotts returned this rnoi u'ng fieir. a sh'ir visit at the Sprf.nr,s i-'cji- rty, near Io;:r, where Mr. and JVi.'s. V D. K:ioi.ts r.ow reside. The school building is now fully equipped with seats, some extras being put in to take care of the entire num ber until the completion of the second building, which is well under way. Mrs. Specter and Mrs. Goldberg are in Chicago attending to business mat ters for their respective, places, this afternoon. Mrs. Specter expects to re move to Chicago for the winter soon. She will live with her mother there. A slight encounter occurred near the Hotel Fitz last evening between two of the men who are ordinarily well behaved, produced some black marks and no little excitement. The fact that booze caused the whole affair is no excuse for the disgraceful occur rence. ' The steel cells for the jail have ar rived and a man will be here from the manufacturers tomorrow to install them in the new building. They will be set on a concrete foundation and every precaution is being made to take care of persons that occupy them in an entirely up to date manner, the bunks having been made of soft steel. Arrange;ne. is are being rnv for t;.e gradir-j; of ihe lots to bj o?'"i pie.t by the First Bank of Gary and A. F. Knotts' office building.. The bank building is to be completed by Marcn 1 and is to have a single story front the height of the Knotts building, which is to be three stories. Steve Pavlich, who has been running the restaurant on the hill east of Broadway and north of the Lake Shore, completed today the sale of his build ing and property to three of his coun trymen, the consideration being in the neighborhood of a thousand dollars. This is probably the first transaction of its kind within the city worthy of mention. Steve has done a good busi ness here during the summer. Mr. Jion,.in, county uperinN.T.i. t of the schools of Du Parge county. 111., paid the Central schools a visit this afternoon. He was a school mate of Judge Gary and has been county su perin.iTdent in his county for twenty years. II: was surprised to find so Tin eh profrrt-." n .!.' in the wor here Durlng'tha r.o-M irtermissiii a c t.f p.i aplier tock the entire school and tli-a teachers. Mr. Butcher was taken to the hospi tal in Chicago today. He has been growing worse for several days and it was decided last evening to remove him. He was so weak that he had to be carried to the train on a stretcher. Mre, Butcher accompanied him and will be with him for some time. The doctor seemed to think that he would ptand a chance of recovering if re moved to where proper attention and care could be given. The campaign has warmed up some what. Judge TuthlU. who by th way is eminently successful as a politician, scared several of Hammond's would-be office holders into believing that Gary needed looking after and as a result Ernest Shortridge and John Gavit iixed fences here this afternoon while the Judge and Frank took in the sights of the city. The judge saw Frank's lots and immediately decided that the prop erty here looked good to him. Messrs. Fleldhouse and Snell, togeth er with Mrs. Fleldhouse, spent the morning here today, going in to Chi cago at noon. They are both interest ed In the First National bank that has been organized to do business in Gary. They come from Elkhart and have watched our growth with interest, fin ally deciding that here was a good point in which to invest. They expect to be ready to begin business opera tions here early in the spring. East Chicago Miss Kate Frazier of Chicago spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Fife. Mrs. Rohrig of Grasselli had as her guests Sunday the Missts Anna and Kate Rohrig of Chicago. Kev. Van Auken is very proud over the arrival of a son at his home. A. H. AY. Johnston was in Valparaiso Monday on business. Mrs. Douglas lias had as her guests Mr. and Mrs. Irving of Grand Crossing. Mrs. "Y. J. Jenkins and Miss Bessie Jenkins have returned from their visit in Girard, O. G. YV. Lewis recently sold the Kip linzer flats on 143rd street to George F. Foss, fatherinlaw of Dr. Brown. Mrs. J. Prodmr of Alexandria is vis iting her mother, Mrs. Cooper, on "White Dak avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friedman of Chi-i cago spent Sunday with Mr. Friedman's mother, Mys. Given. I Fire destroyed the beer depot of the Kelley Bit-wing company Saturday night. The fireman worked hard to save the building. The year-old baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Hjork died Saturday night of heart failure. The funeral will be held today at the Swedish Lutheran church. "Word was received here Sunday that Mrs. G. "W. Stuart, a pioneer resi dent of East Chicago, died at her sis ter's home In Earlville, 111. She was past eighty years and leaves one son, Charles Stuart, of Hessville. Ju. Vogelstein, vice president of thei De Lamar Copper company, stopped over at the works on his way to Ary ona, Saturday. ' The Tigers are arranging to play the Lowell high school at East Chicago next Saturday, Oct. 20. Game called at Miss Hamilton of Charleston, 111., who has been visiting with Mrs. Hale for the last few weeks, expects to re turn to her home next Saturday. Nick Stuber has purchased, through the Lewis agency, two and one-half lots on 142nd street, and has given the contract for a cottage to A. If. John son. The East Chicago Tigers defeated the Hammond high school Saturday by a score of 17 to 0. McShane starred for East Chicago, while Hunter and Bclayni starred for Hammond. An event of general interest is the clerk's grand ball that will be given at the Tod opera house Thursday, Oct. IS. "Ward S. Berry, a member of the clerks union and also a prominent society leader, will be floor manager during the entire evening. The Eagles had a pleasant social ses sion at their last meeting. After all lodge business had been transacted a boxing bout was pulled off between Carl Anderson of Hammond and some unknown. They boxed four rounds, the decision being given to Anderson. Re freshments were served after the enter tainment. . The Independent . "Western society held a meeting Sunday night in the opera house. It was one of the largest and best meetings ever held, nearly the entire membership being present. The meeting was a special one, for the purpose of welcoming David Cohen home from his trip to Jerusalem. Miss Lily Brenner was pleasantly surprised Saturday night at her home by a crowd of young people who had gotten up a party for her birthday. About forty were in the crowd. The evening was spent in playing games, and about 11 o'clock Mrs. Brenner serv ed a very nice lunch, after which the crowd dispersed, wishing Miss Lily' many happy returns of the day. The Trio football team made its best showing ,at La Porte -Sunday. Both teams played mid-season ball, La Porte making a touchdown on a horseshoe play and succeeded in kicking a goal. The Trio boys received fine treatment which will not b forgotten very soon. Mr. Stephens has Valparaiso booked for next Sunday and expects one of the largest bunch of rooters to accompany the team. The Indiana Harbor railroad had quite a serious wreck Saturday morn ing on the curve in front of, John Sabo's saloon. The engine and a few cars were coming down the track at a rapid rate and just as they readied the curve, one of the cars jumped the track. The conductor of the train was in the car which was derailed and tried to jump, but could not get out of the way soon enough and was very badly injured. A telephone message was sent to the Harbor for a caboose which took the injured man to the hospital. The last word received was that the man could not live, having sustained internal injuries. This is the third or fourth bad wreck that has occurred on this same curve, and some measure should be taken to prevent any more such accidents. WEST PULLMAN. Mr. and M ps. G. C. Thory spent Sun day in Davenport, la.. "Work has begun on the foundation for AY. Garrett's new building on 120th street. , - Mrs. Lamont of Columbus, O., is-visiting her daughter, Mrs. Alec. Mother well, this week. AV. C. Hockenbary of Hamilton County, Neb., spent Saturday and Sun day with his uncle, Mr. Marshall, of Butler"0street. P. AV. Hansen of 119th street is mak ing a two weeks tour of Iowa and Ne braska, visiting f relatives and old friends. The Portia club held its first meeting- of the year last night at the School of Fine Arts, of which Miss Sadie Lu cile Frazee is teacher of elocution. Mrs. Joseph Rubo and son, Fred, who have been visiting their many friends here the past week ' will soon return, to Piano. 111., to ship their goods to West rullraan, where they will make their future homi). STONY ISLAND. The Stony Island and the Hegewisch football finals were ." to C. AVallace Hopkins has returned home from Fort Wayne. Ind. Mrs. Clara Sehalaseky visited her mother-in-law over Sundav. George AVhitehouse has been sick, but he is improving rapidly. Miss Lulu Cooper and Miss Minnie Hicks attended the dance at Grand Crossing Saturday evening. Remis AValcott met with a painful accident while playing in the new house of Timothy Larkir.s. He fell through the chimney hole and was un conscious for several hours, but is do ing nicely now. Valparaiso News. Fred Black of Iloby. Ind., visited with his parents over Sunday. Dave Eaum and John Horn were in Porter Sunday morning. Arthur Hall was home from Chicago over Sunday visiting his parents. Frank B. Perkins and Mr. Coash were in Chicago this evening. -Katherine '"Shun, and Ruth Wilson went to Chicago to see the corn car nival at the White City. Gordon Purdy visited with his par ents over Sun-day. . G. Norris of Chicago was home over Sunday. , Carroll Munger of Chicago visited his parents over Sunday. Harry AA'inagate was in Chicago Sun day night. Auditor S. P. Carboy and Editor Bowser were at Hebron today. S. A. Little was taken to Logansport yesterday. P. J- Sissons valuable horse died last night. Mrs. Ed Skinner is visiting her brother, Frank AV'hite, of Los Angeles, Oil. Dr. A. A. Stoneburner today sold his residence to Jack Kitter. Dr. A. A. Stoneburner will move to Chicago. Judge McMahon will adjourn court Tuesday afternoon on account of E. L. Wilson's funeral. George, A". Neet returned from Rock Island today, where he attended the farmers' national congress. The case of M. Albe vs. Dr. A. A. Stoneburner was dismissed by the plaintiff's attorney this afternoon. Joe McGillicuddy went to Chicago Sunday evening to witness the corn carnival at the AVhite City. AVord was received here today that Charles Cripliver of AVhiting is improv ing rapidly. Charles Pankonan was granted a divorce this afternoon from Bertha Pankonan. Desertion and cruel treat ment were charged. Mrs. Frank L, Failey returned home this afternoon from a few days' visit with AVilbur AYaite and family, of Ev anston, 111. AVashington McNlece and family, of Sox Center, Minn,, are here visiting his brothers, M. A. and N. R. McNiece, of A'alpo. Mrs. Mary A. Shinabarger, widow of the late Reason Shinaburger, died in Chicago yesterday noon. The remains will be brought here today. John Griffin, Joe Deagon, John Horn, Chester Malone, John Meagher, Clar ence Griswold and Robert Ford were Chicago passengers. Prof. Kennon, the noted Siberian ex plorer is visiting the A'alparaiso Uni versity. Before he leaves he will lec ture to the students on conditions in Russia. E .D. Crumpacker has the .following dates filled: Nov. 2, Hebron; Nov. 3, Valparaiso; Nov. 5, Chesterton. All of his meetings will be held in the even ing. Burnside and Daulphin Park. Miss M. Morgan, of 9313 Lyon ave nue, is on the sick list. Mrs. Anna A'. McGovern visited with friends in Burnside yesterday. Mr. P. E. Taylor, of 1916 Ninety-second street, is on the sick list. Mrs. Provost, of 1S62 Ninety-second street, is entertaining relatives from AA'isconsin. Miss M. Devine, of Rome, N. V., was the guest of Miss M. Redmond, of Cot tage Grove avenue. Sunday. Miss Julia Bannon, of this city, was the guest of Miss Winifred Kelly, of 9 3 ." 4 Lyon avenue, Sunday. Miss Lucy Clark, of 1S63 Ninety-second place, visited friends in Calumet Heights Sunday. Mrs. R. AVahl, of 9419 Burnside ave nue, entertained friends from the city Sunday. Mrs. I. Sommers, of Cottage Grove avenue, entertained friends from Ar kansas Sunday. Mrs. A. Griffin and daughter were the guests of Mrs. P. II. Redmond, of Cottage Grove avenue, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. George, of Wood lawn, visited Mrs. Simms, of 1SL0 Ninety-second place, Sunday. Miss Ida Meyers, of Altoona, Pa., is tho guest of Mrs. AYinkler, of '9447 Burnside avenue. Miss Mamie Duffy has returned to her home in Pullman, after spending two weeks with Mrs. R. AVahl, of 9il9 Burnside avenue. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Smith, of Dau phin avenue, will celebrate the sev enth anniversary of their marriage next Thursday. They will entertain a few of their immediate friends. Tolleston O. C. Sorman was in Hammond today on business. J. iZ. Sears of South Gary was in town last evening ind transacted busi ness. Mr. Meyer, city attorney of Hammond was here in consultation with the members of the town board yesterday. The work on the bank building is progressing rapidly, considering the small number of brick layers they have. It is very. Lard to find brick layers at this time $ the year. The town board met in regular ses sion last evening and passed an ordi nance for saloon licenses, the amount being $100 per annum. Other business was discussed and among other things was an ordinar.ee in favor of the Chi cago Telephone company for a fran chise for fifty years, all in favor of the company. It is little or nothing for Tolleston. Thij was laid over for further consideration. The board then adjourned to meet in two weeks. Lowell News. Mrs. Lake of Gaza, la., is here, the guest of her brothers, the Hayhursts. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. McNay have re turned from a visit to Minnesota rela tives. John Zartman, the livery man, got kicked by "a horse on the leg Monday, bruising it up quite badly. Emony Thomas, residing six miles northeast of Lowell, has recently built an addition to his farm house. Miss Bellie Smith of Hebron visited her sister, Mrs. Nate Slusser, and her husband here Saturday. A large number of our soldiers went to Crown Point Sunday to attend the funeral of the late Rodman AA'ells. Grant Palmer of East Chicago visit ed at the home of his brother, B. F. Palmer, Sunday. S. H. Petrie and wife have returned from a visit to relatives at La Porte, Ind. Joe Kbert, who has been in Den ver, Colo., the last two and a half months, returned to his home, south west of Lowell, Saturday. Mrs. Urch returned to her home at Rose Lawn Saturday after a pleasant visit with her daughter, Mrs. F. L. AYeakley, and husband. A number of our politicians went to Shelby Saturday night to hear D. E. Boone and T. E. Bell speak on the Republican issues of the day. Last Sunday was rally day in the Lowell Methodist Sunday school which was largely attended and an unusually interesting meeting was held. The football game between the Crown Point and Lowell high school teams at Oakland Park, Lowell, re sulted in favor of Crown Point to the score of 11 to 0. Mrs. Oliver Anderson of Hammond visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dinwiddie. "Miss Merle Eel shaw accompanied hir home. The farm house dow non J. M. Cas tle's farm, six miles southwest of Low ell, was burned last Friday. Dan Lane and family, who lived in the house, lost everything only the clothing they had on their backs. "'. . Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Miller of Rock ford, 111., are guests at the home of his sister. Mrs. Jay Pearce, and hus band. Mr. Miller holds the lucrative position of traveling railroad passenger ar.d freight agent. The news has reached here from Rose Lawn of the birth of- a line baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. Callahan. Mrs. Calla han was a former Lowell girl, she be ing the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henry. Mrs. Jessie Hayden, who had a deli cate operation performed on Tuesday of last week, died at her home near the state line, southwest of Lowell, Fri day. Her funeral was held at the A Vest Creek church Sunday, the Rev. Dunning Idle officiating. Burial was in the West Creek cemetery. Mrs. Hayden was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tink Saunders and with her husband, was among our most well-to-do and respected citizens. Her funeral was largely attended by friends in the sur rounding country, Lowell and the For esters lodge, of which her husband is an honored member. The bereaved husband, two children, parents and friends have the sincere sympathy of the entire community. Our city has been in total darkness the past few nights on account of a de fect in the electric, light plant. For the last year this has been a common occurrence, and while no blame can be attached to our town trustees for this very undesirable condition of af fairs, something should be done that more reliable service may be had. A great many of our business men have become disgusted and have installed gas lights in their places of business and a great many more are seriously thinking of following suit. A number of our resident citizen's have also dis carded the incandescants and gone back to the ancient method of using the coal oil lamp. There is nothing that sets a town off better than a good light system both in its business houses and streets, and there is nothing that would give it a worse send off than a bad light system. The people of Lowell do not want their beautiful and thriving little city to go back to the dark ages. Dyer News. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fagen made a business trip to Schererville yesterday. Nicholas Hilbriek of Hammond was here on business yesterday. Mat Hilbrich was a Dyer visitor yes terday. " Peter Beiriger of Griffith was here on business. Phil. Keiiman and son, John, made a business trip to Hammond today. Mat Hoffman made his first trip to day as rural mail carrier on route No. 1, of this place. The Catholic Order of Foresters of this place held its regular meeting last fciht in its halL There seems to be plenty of walnuts along the creek this year. Peopl,e gather them by the bushel. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein and Mr. and Mrs. John Scholl made a visiting trip to Cedar Lake today. Peter Klein, our rural mail carrier, is taking his allotted two weeks vaca tion. He was unable to take it soon er on account of the lack of a substi tute. St. John News. Mrs. Mary Mager of Hammond making an extended visit here. is Mrs. John Miller and children made a visiting trip to Dyer yesterday. Rev. Father Plaster of Hammond as sisted at forty hours' devotion here yesterday. Rev. William Berg left for AVhiting yesterday morning to assist his brother. Rev. John Berg, at forty hours' devo tion there. The stockholders of the St. John creamery held their meeting Saturday, but a final decision to reopen the creamery was not reached. A number of our people attended the funeral of the late George AVehner of Schererville. who died suddenly at his home Sunday night. The deceased leaves a wife and three children. Indiana Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. M. AA. Morton will visit friends in Englewood today. F. A. AA'right of Detroit is a business visitor here today. George Royal is looking up some real estate here today. D. A. Anderson of Cleveland, O., Is here on business today. Miss Mae Lightbody, clerk at the postoffice, has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Axel Ilazelett and daughter Ethel of Robertsdale are visiting Mrs. D. Szymanski. Fred Morton of the regulars at Buf falo, is visiting his father, M. AA'. Mor ton on Commonwealth avenue. Mrs. Thos. O'Connell and children re turned from Iowa where they have been visiting relatives for some time. Miss Edith Fuller of Crown Point was the guest of Mrs. Fred Gastel Sunday. Mrs. Robert Murton of Common wealth avenue was shopping in Chi cago yesterday afternoon. . Mrs. James Daugherty is visiting with' Mrs. Jas. MoTrlsey of AVhiting to day. Rev. F. Wagner of the First Bap tist church is very ill with typhoid fever. J. S. Fink visited here Sunday with Fred Gastel on his way to Crown Point from Michigan. Mrs. D. Szymanski has returned from Gary where she has been taking care of her husband who has been sick for the past three weeks. Mrs. B. Duncan and son Harold of Crown Point, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gastel for the past few days, have returned to their home. C. E. Fowler left for Indianapolis this morning where he will attend the annual national convention of the fire insurance men of the United States. Robert Brant, civil engineer of the Inland Steel company at Indiana Har bor, has been appointed general su perintendent of construction of the blast furnaces that the Inland !s erecting on the lake front. This means a big promotion for him and of which his many friends are glad to hear. The wedding of John L. Cantwell, the day clerk and bookkeeper at the Harbor hotel and Miss E. M. Mont gomery of Chicago to.k place at the Holy Name Cathedral this monring They will leave on "the Lake Shore Twentieth Century Limited for New York where they will spend three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Cantwell will be at home after Dec. 1st in their pret ty new home on Grapevine avenue. Sotrth Deering. Robert Snidden is on the sick list. Charles Tucker Is building a fine cot tage on Hoxie avenue near 104th street. Postal Station No. 52 is located at Kunz's drug store. Stamps, registered letters and money orders. Joe Weiss has moved his clothing and shoe store to the corner of 107th street and Torrence avenue. C C. Mattison. master mechanic at the Grand Crossing track works, was called to New York to attend the fu neral of his brother! Mrs. William Kinsey and her son, Will, have returned to their home on Hoxie avenue, having spent a pleasant vacation with Mrs. James Smith, at Hamilton, Canada. Hegewisch News Harry jrteed is on the sick list. Mr .and Mrs. E. Jacobson gave a din ner party in honor of Miss Clara Walk- and Lee Barteootein. Sunday. KAUFMANN & WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. SPECIAL FOR FULL - " tJ; Anton Kosiba's little boy is reported seriously sick from the effects of a dog bite. Mrs. W. J. Pinkerton and Mrs. A. A. Kuss spent Monday in the city shop ping. Robertsdale Little Mary nue is very ill Ryan of Harrison with tonsllitis. ave- .J .Dacy, of Reese sick at hi3 home. avenue, is quite Mrs. John Clemens, of Chicago, was visiting with Mrs. Frank Beuhler for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gerhke saw "His Sister's Honesty" at the Calumet Sunday night. Chas. Flaugher of Harrison avenue saw the ball game of the AA'hite Soxr and the Cubs at Chicago on Sunday. The Misses May Mathie and Lucy Thomas were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. W. Kohr Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Faiuring of Rob erts avenue were Chicago visitors yes terday. Mr. and Mrs. John Plaw of Harrison avenue were AA'hite City visitors Sun day. v The boards of public works held a meeting yesterday about putting down cement walks on Indiana boulevard. Mrs. Charles Anderson, of Indiana boulevard, gave birth to twins last Fri tiay. Mother and babies are doing fine. Little Margery Boland is back home from the hospital and will stay with Patrick Gallagher of Lincoln avenue until they decide where to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams and son Paris of Piainville, Mich., formerly of this place, are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. R. Atchison and several other friends here in town this week. East Side News. C. Kraft, of the East Side, has re turned from a trip to Alabama. If you have not registered you must do so before 9 o'clock tonight or lose your vote at the coming election. H. P. Larson has accepted a position with the East Side Teaming and Ex press company. Michael Clark and Louise A'on Mayer of South Chicago, were married last week. Miss Margaret Moran, who has been Value I i nn f 0Y A SIZE lira m u OBU 1n8 Eye glass mounting and .qrtiartl if you are having: any trouble with your glasses. Baster & McGarry have control of this mounting' in this part of the state. 175 South Hohman Street. ill at the Woman's Hospital for some time, has recovered, and ha.s returned home. Charles Deeckan and Miss Edith Goranson attended the performance of "George AA'ashington, Jr." at the Co lonial Theater Sunday ev ning . The Kronan Building and Loan as- jsociation had its regular meeting last evening at the office of Aftdrew Ring man, 9912 Ewing avenue. Harry Cassens, of the East Side, is suffering from having his right eye burned while at work for the Illlncf.s Steel Company last week. His many friends hope for his speedy recovery. Edward Haack and Pete Willy, two young men of the East Side, had there first lesson in roller skating last even ing. Enough said. The boilermakers working for the Hibben Company, who went on strike last week, called out the employees of the Hibben Company working at the new blast furnace being erected at lOSth street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swanson, re siding at 106th street anl Ewing ave nue, celebrated their tin wedding at their home Sunday. A number of friends were present. The Young People's societies of tha Swedish mission churches in Chicago and vicinity had a reunion at the Swedish Mission church at Lake A'ievv yesterday afternoon. A large number of the young members of the Swedish Mission church on the east side attend ed in a body. Whiting News Lawrence Cox, the candidate for county sheriff on the Republican ticket, was in AA'hiting yesterday. Mrs. Burnham, the popular Sheridan avenue milliner, was in Chicago yes terday. Mischievous boys are thought to be responsible for much missing lumber at AA'alter Parker's new house on Saeri dan avenue, which is in the course of construction. Miss Lena Bustlne visited in South Chicago last evening. Mesdames Charles Spurrier and Geo. Stevens were Chicago visitors yester day. Miss Emma Huehn of Hammond will visit friends here this evening. The three-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Gray of Ohio avenue died Sunday night at the Presbyterian hospital where it has been almost ever since ils birth. Its death was due to entritutors mulmitrltion. The funeral was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment was at Oakwood cemetery.