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.Monday, October 29, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PxVGE THREE. Gary News Officers Martin and Ilanlon of the Ihmmond force visited here on Friday morning. Reverend Stewart conducted services yesterday at the Falkenau library on Washington and sixth avenues. Mr. McLain, civil engineer, is build ing a bungaloo on Euclid avenue, on the site formerly occupied by his tents. Plana were drawn by a competent archtect, and it will undoubtedly be one of th$ best on the avenue. The political speeches on Friday evening were attended by about 150 of the voters here. The inclement weather put a damper on the meeting. Boone and Bomberger were the an nounced spellbinders. Shortridge, Maack and Cox were called upon to tell why they were visiting here. .Mr. and Mrs. McGrath and daughter, Norma, visited here Saturday morning. Mr. McGrath is intending to purchase property here, and may eventually be come a citizen here. Mrs. McGrath seemed particularly pleased with the possibilities, but thought she would rather wait a little while before com ing. Mr. Gleason visited his brothers-in- law here Friday afternoon again before leaving for his home in North Dakota, lie had visited the springs property at Porter the day before, and was very enthusiastic over It, declaring it to be the finest bit of natural conditions crowded together into; so smali a place that he had ever seen. M. A. Caldwell took the 2:07 train to Chicago Saturday afternoon attending the early session of the board. Mr. Caldwell is storekeeper for the Steel company, and during the time of get ting his work started and arranged he la working almost night and day, the proposition being so large and so en tirely foreign to any other work of its kind in similar plants. The Town Board inspected the steel cells on Saturday afternoon, increased the salary of the street commissioner, and decided upon the salaries to be al lowed the deputy marshals who are to be appointed. At least two are to be put on in a short time. Another step was taken in the work of improving Broadway south of the Wabash. The salary list was approved, and Mr. Cald well left to take his train after the adjournment. On- of the structural Iron men was quite badly injured on the north side last week. He was workfng with sev eral others hoisting up the steel trusses. One of them fell a short dis tance, mashing three of his fingers on his right hand and made a slight scalp wound. He was brought over to the Hotel Fits and Dr. Walsh dressed the wounds. The doctor feared that it might be necessary to amputate one of the fingers, it having been crushed so badly. It has been officially announced by the Michigan Central Railroad com pany that they will stop two of their trains at Broadway, beginning with Nov. 1. They are the morning train from Chicago, arriving here at s.ii, and the evening train into Chicago, ar riving here at 4:55. To this number will be added others as rapidly as they can arrange their schedules end the traffic demands it. This gives us a total of about twenty passenger trains daily now over the B. & Q.. the Lake Shore and the Michigan Central. Jacob Groth. the barber and restaur ant man, has purchased property south of the Wabash and is erecting a build ing there. The Indications are that South Gary will enjoy a more rapid growth than will the part that lies north of the Wabash. At least six buildings are now under process of construction, three of them being near ly ready for occupancy. Others who have purchased there signify their in tention of erecting buildings yet this fall. The brick masons put in the chim neys on the school buildings and jail building yesterday. Temporary chim neys had been used until they could got here to do the work. This com pletes the school buildings, and school will be held in both of them beginning today. The lower grades, from the first to the fourth, inclusive, will occupy the south building, while the larger ones will remain in the first building. Several new families with three and four children in each family have re cently moved in, and it is feared that before the winter and spring are over the present quarters will be found in adequate. The school board took care of an unusually large amount of work at their regular session Friday evening. Several new applications had been filed by men from different parts of the state seeking the superintendency of our schools. These were discussed, and action was taken in the matter. There Is no doubt but that within three years or possibly less, the school proposition here will be larger than that of any other city in northern Indiana, even than that of Greater Hammond, should she eventually be persuaded to help along Indiana Harbor. Whiting and Fast Chicago by assuming some of their burdens. C. J. Cooper, one of our pioneers and a classmate of Robert J. Briggs. the deputy prosecutor, and Miss Rehder of Valparaiso, were married yesterday morning in Chicago. Mr. Cooper's sis ter attended the wedding and accom panied them on their short visit to Gary yesterday afternoon. They took dinner at the Hotel Fitz and left on the 2:07 for Chicago. Mrs. Cooper will re main at her former home In Valparaiso until arrangements are made by her husband for suitable quarters here, which will rrobably be about the first of the year. Mr. Cooper is a graduate of the law school at Valparaiso, hav ing come there from his former home in Florida. His people now reside in Cuba, where his father is interested in a newspaper. The romance had its in ception at Valparaiso, where Mr. Coop er met his bride while attending school. After the meeting he Is said to have been a more ardent student of Cupid's school than he was a follower of Blackstone. Crown Point Will Elwanger of Chicago spent Sun day here with friends. Cal. Moon, the East Chicago contrac tor, was a Crown Point visitor Sat urday. A very enjoyable dancing party was given at Central Music hall Saturday night. The gang of surveyors on the new Chicago-Lafayette interurban lines were working west of town today. Master Desmonde Schmal entertained twenty of his young friends at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Charles H. Meeker, Saturday afternoon. Johannes Kopelke and Dr. A. L. Sal isbury will act with Clerk Wheeler as thj election commissioners in the bat tle of ballots Nov. 6. Crown Point lovers of good music are looking forward in pleasant anti cipation of the concert to be given at Central Music hall by Barnie Young's orchestra, Nov. 15. Charles Wolferrnan has purchased the interest of his brother in the ce ment contracting business of Wolfer rnan & Co., and will conduct the busi ness alone in the future. Owing to the rain and disagreeable storm the speech by Judge Bingham, Republican candidate for attorney gen eral, was called off Saturday. The weather was too bad for an open air speech. Lowell News. Charley Castle has J1.200 automobile. purchased a fine Peter Berg of Edgewater, 111., visited friends In Lowell Sunday. Mrs. Joseph Clark has been granted a widow's pension of $9.00 per month, dating from July, 1906. William Zartman has purchased the Bert Kaplin residence on the wrest side. Consideration $1,S00. John Foley, wife and son of Ham mond wtre guest3 at the home of Clar ence Atwood Sunday. Devotional and first communion ser vices were observed at St. Edwards' church Sunday. Miss Goldie Knuckles of Chicago visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bangham Sunday. Barnie Young of Hammond was the guest of Rev. Father Keyser here Sun day. Ed. Hayden, wife and child of Chi cago, arrived In Lowell Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lute Hay den. Charley Surprise, deputy United States court clerk at Hammond, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Sur prise, here Sunday. L. L. Schmal and family and Ed. Schmal and wife, of Chicago, were guests at the home of Frank Schmal, west of Lowell, Sunday. Mrs. Frank Keilman and the Misses Mary Keilman and Lena Austgen of Dyer, dined at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kimmet here Sunday. Merrit Johnson and Ed. Berg, former Lowell young men, but now holding positions in Chicago, were Lowell vis itors Sunday. Mrs. E. A. Clark of Chicago is the guest of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Clark, and her mother, Mrs. L. G. Cutter. Charley McXay has resigned his posi tion as railway station agent on the Indiana Harbor railroad at Kentland, and expects to leave for Canada in the near future, where he has a similar position. A kitchen shower was given to Mr. and Mrs. William Shurte who were married recently, at the home of John Worley Saturday night. The young couple were the recipients of many nice and useful presents. A good so cial time is reported. On account of a ditching machine scow being fastened in the railroad bridge near Parr, the passengers on the 10:40 p. m. train had an all night ride Saturday night. The train went arsund by tho Michigan City branch and arrived in Lowell about 7 o'clock Sunday morning. The Cabler Kadaah medicnine and show company closed a weeks engage ment at the Lowell opera house Sat urday night. The performers in vaude ville are all artists and the doctor found many purchasers for his reme dies. Miss Dean Mahler held the lucky ticket for the diamond ring, and Boyd Davis drew the fine silver set. The football game between Whiting and Lowell at Oakland park. Lowell. Sunday, resulted in favor of Lowell to the score of 10 to 0, which was made in the first half, the second half not being played on account of a wrangle over a decision of the umpire. It might have been a fast game, only for the fact that some of the boys from the Standard Oil town had too much "fire water" aboard, and their feet didn't track, making it a very dis agreeable feature for the spectators, who had paid admissions and expected to see a good game. South Chicago. I Brewer left for New York Sun day, where he will purchase his spring stock Louis Kademeyer was Saturday on business. In Chicago Thomas Hawkins left left for Boston Sunday on business. Miss Mattie Brahm was in Hammond Saturday visiting friends. Clyde Loomis was In day visiting relatives. Whiting Sun- Ernest Fengle on business. was in Gary Saturday Miss friends Mary here Stone of Sunday. Whiting visited Wm. day. Miss Sunday Larned was in Hammond Sun- Anna Ledwin was in Hammond visiting friends. Miss Myrtle Hutchins Point visitor Sunday. was a Crown The condition of Mrs. rapidly improving. She around in a week. L. Merden hopes to is be Miss turned reports Josephine Brawnmore has re from her trip to Colorado and a pleasant time. "Jim" Townsend, John Luke, Char ley Hardman and Wm. Ross left Sun day for the west, presumably Nevada, where they will invest in some mining property. Mr. Ross is an expert in mines and his partners are certain of the dividends if they follow his ad vice. Miss Henrietta Leuston gave a party Saturday evening in honor of Miss Pearl Spencer of La Porte, Ind., who is visiting her. About twelve couples were in attendances and the evening was spent in games and dancing. Re freshments were served and all present report a most enjoyable time. Valparaiso News. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howard over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. visited Haines Mrs. Max Ruge visited over Sunday with her parents In Mishawaka. A. W. Greenwald or South Bend was in town Saturday on business. George Barnes of Bourbon was a business visitor Saturday. Miss Nannie Lowenstein visited over Sunday in Chicago. Otto Taylor spent Sunday at Medary ville. Mrs. A. D. Ennis of Warsaw visited over Sunday in Valparaiso. A. day. F. Haase was in Hobart over Sun- Mr. Reading was at day, visiting his wife. Kouts over Sun- Miss Bertha Dolson was home over Sunday visiting her parents. Mrs. Joseph Decker has returned from a two weeks visit in Ohio. William Wilson day from Indiana was home Harbor. over Sun- Peter Carter day here with of Chicago his parents. spent Sun- Henry Trudell Sunday with his and wife parents. visited over John Claussen of Hammond was in town over Sunday. Pete Hauk was the guest of his brother over Sunday. Walter Loudorbaek visited with his parents over Sunday. Frank Alyea returned 'riday evening. from Chicago A. Banister was called to La Foun tain, Ind., on account of the serious illness of his mother. Mrs. Joseph Higley and Saturday morning for where they will reside. daughter left Minneapolis Mrs. Grace Hanly of Kniman and Mrs. Fred Yenzell of Chicago, visited over Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Pagln. Christ Barnholdt purchased the Sierks saloon in Washington street, taking possession Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Sunday with her A. Lemster. A. Leetz visited parents, Mr. and over Mrs Robertsdale Little iaaie iiaynes or nooerts ave nue is still very ill with the mumps. John Bahu of Osborn visited his par ents aver Sunday. Chas. Speickert of Hammond called on his friends here yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. visitors Sunday. Kohr were Chicago Mr. and Mrs. avenue, visited yesterday. Erick Lund friends in of Roberts Hammond The Misses Hannah Alday and Mary Cowder of Chicago were the buest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stross of 116th street Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Roberts and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. R. Schaaf spent several days visiting with the former's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Atchi son of Woodville, Ind. The Robertsdale fire department gave a smoker last Saturday evening in hon or of Dick Blaul. who recently returned from St. Louis. Mo., where he had held a responsible position with the Water Pierce Oil Co.. of that city. Mr. Blaul is an old member of the fire depart ment, and was always faithful and did his duty, therefore the boys arranged to show him a good time.. Corn-cobs were smoked until they couldn't see each other on account of smoke. Speeches were made by several of the members and Dickey responded in hi.s good old-time humor. Old Dick Schaaf had a special invitation but could not attend on account of the train being delayed on his way from West Baden. All report a good time, and is was an early hour when they abandoned their club rooms. Mr. and Mrs. O. Trout and family, and Mr. and Mrs' J. Ilohrman returned to Hammond last night. George King, station agent at the Mo rion depot, returned from a week's va cation at Frankfort, Ind. Mesdames John Miller, Sr., John Mil lerr Jr., and Mr. Gerlach spent Sunday at Lowell. Jacob Osweiler of Chicago was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoelkor Sunday. Nich Austgen of of his mother, Mrs. terday. Dyer was the guest Helen Austgen, yes- The Young Ladies Sodality will hold its regular meeting tonight at the school house at 7 o'clock. New officers will be elected, and other business transacted. Henry Soelker and son, Joseph, left for Hammond today to sell the Nich Klassen property consisting of a house and lot on Clinton street. Miss Mary Bohling of Hammond was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Jour dain yesterday. Miss Mary Jourdain returned to Hammond with her, where she intends to stay several weeks. Frank Winkofske of Chicago, the Haberzettle boys and their sister. Miss Barbara, of Chicago, formerly of St. John and Miss Nora Stevenson of Chi cago, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Al. Portz, Sunday. Hobart News W. M. Foster and Saturday to family went to see "Een-Hur." Chicago Benjamin Stevens or Hammond was a Hobart visitor Friday. William Killigrew was Sunday with his parents. home over josepn bteinoergen or Hammond was in town yesterday. Owen Roper, who is attending school at Evanston, was home over Sunday. John Hillman and family spent day in Valparaiso with friends. Sun- juiss itutn ivitcnman or Chicago was home yesterday with her parents. Hans and James Stemmer were Ho bart visitors yesterday. Frank Barnes and family of Chicago were in Hobart yesterday. James Black, who works Roper & Co., at Gary, was Sunday with, his family. for Smith, home over Miss Theresa Boldt was Hammond to spend Sunday parents. here from with her .airs, waiter btrom, aged 'J a years, died Friday of typhoid JJve.r. Shre leaves a husband and five children. Funeral services were held Sunday morning from her late home, about four miles east of Hobart. Tolleston Miss Renata Seegers few days in Hammond. is spending a Mr. and Hammond Mrs. Georf yesterday :e toiiey were in on business. Albert Borman of Hobart was calling on friends yesterday. O. C. Borman evening. was in Hammond last Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dacge left Satur day morning for a visit to Milwaukee. O. C. F. Sehasse of Indiana Harbor transacted business in town Saturday. Charles Voss is on the sick list, ins threatened with typhoid fever. be- Mr. lcke is so busy in his black smith shop that he is looking for helper. Miss Laura Reissig of Hobart spent Sunday with her friend. Miss Gertrude Kunert. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feters of Ham mond are m town to attend the funeral of Mrs. Hearns. Mr. Greenberg of Hammond is visit ing at the home of his son, Paul Green berg. E. G. Bentall, of the Northern Indi anian, made a business call in town yesterday afternoon. Misses Henrietta Gibson and Mathil da Diedel attended the Teacher s as sociation meeting in Hammond. Messrs M. Bourke and Maurice Shee han of Chicago were in town yesterday- looking for -a location on Broadway for business. The Misses Ruth and Georgia Miller of Gary, and Miss Anna Wade of South Gary, made a pleasant call on Miss Inez Townsiey Friday afternoon. A number of young people from the surrounding towns were here Saturday night to attend the first dance of the season, held in Conrad's hall. Charles Spaulding of East Chicago attended the meeting of the Carpenters' union, Local 1117, Thursday evening of St John News. last week, returning by way of Ham mond Friday morning. .Mrs. John Ilearns died very sud denly last Saturday morning, having had a stroke of paralysis. She has been an invalid for some time. She was buried today from St. Paul's church, Rev. Rumpff officiating. Roseland and Kensington. A baby boy has arrived at the home of Mr. Yorker, of Dearborn street. Mrs. Seguerin and daughter of Dear ill. born street, are reported quite Miss Jennie Martensin of Dearborn treet entertained a few of her friends Sunday. Mrs. Coleman of Pullman is visiting Mrs. Limogre of Dearborn street. John McMorrow spent Sunday with his sister, Mrs. F. Rebedeau, and her husband of Dearborn street. Mr. Carey of State, went to Chicago Pullman today on business for the company. West Pullman. Mr. Hoyt of Butler street has re signed his position at the Piano works. George Hock of Washington Heights is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Schultz of Eggleston avenue. Mrs. Gaultz of 63rd street spent Wednesday with Mrs. G. Stewart avenue. Williams of The ladies of the Oswego club were entertained by Mrs. A. Myers of 11932 Eggleston avenue. Wednesday after noon. A very pleasant surprise was given airs. Miarmgnaus or Harvard avenue by some of her former neighbors Wed nesday afternoon. An enjoyable after noon was passed, after which the guests indulged in a delightful lunch DAUPHIN PARK. C Johnson of Sweden, is the guest of Mr. Klingwall, 9327 Evans avenue Mrs. N. E. Tinn and Mrs. D. J. Malloy are visiting T. J. Vail, of Chicago Lawn. Mrs. I inley will entertain the Vesta Circle- card club next Wednesday nierht at the home of her daughter in Rose- land. Cliff Hahn, foreman of the machine shop, has gone to Denver, Colo., for his health. Mrs. Thompson, 1861 92nd Place, will entertain the Lotus club next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Cockrell, who has been visilln her son, Charles Cockrell, of Burnslde avenue, returned to her home on the West Side last Saturday. STONY ISLAND. Mrs. M. Judge is on the sick list. a. criesnau is giving his house a coat of paint. Mrs. Devine has just received a big load of furniture for the hotel. Mrs. father Clover is entertaining and mother this week. her Mrs. Patrick Murphy and Mrs. Mc Mullin saw "Broken Hearts" at the Calumet theater Friday evening. Charles Porter has purchased a fine team of black horses; also a fine black buggy horse. Hegewkch News M. N. Hill of Chicago was in Ham mond this morning on his way to La fayette. J. E. McLanahan of Rensselaer, who has been the guest of Hammond friends returned to his home today. Wm. Badger of Hegewisch, who has been working In the Western Steel Car & Foundry office, left today for Amis ton, Ala., where he will make his future home. Frank H. Briton, the manager of the Cotton Belt railroad, was in the city yesterday as the guest of II. M. Bick nell. Mr. Briton has had an interest Ing career and has risen from the posi tlon of station operator to the position he now holds. Indiana Harbor. James Galvin spent friends in Englewood. Sunday with Arthur B. Maack and A. McKnight were Chicago visitors Sunday. J. A. Kinner of Chicago was a busi ness visitor here thi3 morning. F. S. Hughes, formerly of Hammond, was renewing acquaintances here yes terday. Wm. Asher of Valparaiso was a busi ness visitor in the Harbor this morn ing. D. Hintz and J. H. Krenner, both of Chicago, were business visitors here today. Miss Mae E. Donnelly of Windsor Park was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oscar P. George, in Grapevine avenue, yesterday. N. Lanvell and A. McVoroy, who are employed in the local freight office of the Lake Shore, saw "The Time, the Place and the Girl" at the LaSalle the ater in the city last night. John Cantwell, bookkeeper at the Harbor hotel, who was recently mar ried, returned yesterday from his wed- LION KAUFMANN & WOLF, HAMAIOND, IND. IN ady - 150 Ladies Be Q it iJk m c f j Buy that Engagement Ring where you get the finest dia mond for your money. Baster & McQ 175 South dins trip which was spent In New York. Mrs. Cantwell will remain In New York until after the holidays when their beautiful new home in Indiana Harbor will be ready for occupancy. George E. Leonard, age 31 years, died at the home of his sister, Mrs. B. C. Brown, in Ivy street yesterday of tuberculosis. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at the Methodist chruch and interment will be at Oak Hill cemetery, Hammond. Dyer News. Miss Katie Sunday. Gels visited in Hammond Tony Kaiser made Hammond Saturday. a business trip to Mrs. Arnold Overhage visited friends and relatives at Hammond yesterday. Dr. J. A. Chevigny, mother and sister, left for Chicago yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ililbrlch of erville were the guests of Henry Ing and family Sunday. Scher-Greiv- Mr. and Mrs. George Seidler from Chicago were the guests of Dr. Seidler and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keilman were the guests of John Kimmet and family at Lowell yesterday. The Misses Lena Austgen and Mary Keilman made a visiting trip to Lowell yesterday. Adam Kaiser, who has been on the sick list several weeks, is slowly im proving. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klein and daugh ter, Barbara, spent Sunday with rela tives at Hammond. Mrs. Theo. Kammer returned yester day afternoon, after having spent a few days with her parents in Chicago. Messrs Jos. Keilman and Peter Klein made a business trip to St. John last Saturday. Rev. Jos. Flach left yesterday after noon for Hammond where he will as sist Rev. Plaster at fouty hours de votion. Mr. and Mrs. John Scholl. who have been visiting with Dyer friends and rel atives the last few weeks, left Sunday morning for their home near Rose land, Neb. Whiting News Morton Trout 13 indisposed. Little Helen nue is 111. Stowell of Sheridan ave- Harry Haynes, is suffering with a vere case of pleurisy. se- 31 UuluoL OUR to - vear Section Ladies' Allvool GHATS 50-Inch Long, Mads of Heavy levict, in Hack. Blue or Brown. Regular $7.50 Values AT M 9o arry Hoh man St. Miss Nora Moylau silitis. is ill with the ton- R. O. IIelhvig of Chicago Lawn visit ed his cousin, Miss Ella Klose, Sunday. William Myers of West Pullman was in Whiting Saturday. The Wilhelm family have moved from John street to Central avenue. The marriage of Miss Mayme Farley and Moses Oliver was announced at the Sacred Heart church. Herman Ohuberger of South Chicago renewed acquaintances in Whiting yes terday. Mrs. Arthur Beaubien of La Porta avenue, is visiting her parents at Otta wa, 111. Miss McMahon of East Chicago as sisted at the telephone exchange yes terday. ' The Collins family have as their guest, Owen Stoner of Morocco, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John Grady visited rela tives in Chicago Saturday evening. There will be several Hallowe'en parties Wednesday. Among those who have issued invitations are Mrs, Henry Fifield of Oliver street; Miss Ella C. Klose of 119th stroet. and Master James Davidson of La Porte avenue. The Whiting football team went to Lowell yesterday for Its first game, and as far a3 the game went, it was in favor of the Lowell team. The first half was played and ten minutes of the last half when the game came to a sudden end, owing to a misunder standing on the part of the referee. Never mind, boys, try again! Death of .Mrs. Clnrn Shorts. It is with great sorrow that we an nounce the death of Mrs. Charles" Shorts (nee Mary Hartuett) whose critical illness was announced last week. Mrs. Shorts died at her home In Sugar Creek, Mo., Sunday afternoon. Her remains will be brought to Whit ing tomorrow afternoon and the fun eral will be held from the home of her sister, Mrs. Mike Harr. Have your prescriptions and family receipts filled in our drug department, by registered pharmacists. We use only the very best grades of drugs and chemicals and always fill them just as your doctor wishes, at very reasonable; prices. Lion Store Drug Department. 10-20-Jt A X X O UX CE M E X T. The Straube Piano factory wishes tt announce that It ha no retail branch or stores In Hammond or elsewhere The company sells direct from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do not be milled or confuted by pianos with similar name, but when ! the market for an Instrument, boy direet from the factory, thereby sarin- mid dlemen's profits and agents commissi Terms to salt. Take South Hohman. street car, come oud see how GOOD pianos are made. 10-!6-lwlc Subscribe for The Lake County Times.