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Monday,- Octob'er 29, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN. Want - Column Times' Wnnt Ad Bring Kcanlts. AVANTKI) Girl or woman for general housework. Apply at Calumet Park hotel. State street and Burnham ave t Mir- Mrs. N. Ackerman. 10-29-lw WANTED Salesman. Sell retail trade vour locality; $65.00 per month and exponsf-s to start, or commission; ex perience unnecessary. Hemingrsen Cig ar Co Toledo. O. 10-29-lt wtxTKU Good board and room in private family, by young man. Ap lv C. II. Rock, manager Western Union Telegraph Co. 10-29-3t AVANTKD Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel foundries, Indiana Harbor, Ind. 10-26-tf WANTED Board and room for gent- lomnfi and wife; no children; east Bide preferred. Address C. C, care Lake County Times. 10-29-lw WANTED Baggage master and Janitor combined at the Erie depot; must be sober ard industrious man. not over 35 y;ars old; married man preferred; steady employment to the right man; nalarv 145.. AddIv to Agent DeWecse. 10- 26-tf. WANTED Boy; a good opening for an energetic boy and a chance to learn business methods; short hours and good pay; need not interfere with school duties; steady work all winter. Apply after school at 244 Sibley street, Hammond, Ind. PORTZ A HERO 01 GRIDIRON Deering Maroons Defeated by Mee's Athletes in a Sensational Game. SCORE ELM 10 SIX Hammond Team Believed tc .Have a Good Chance for the Pennant. CHICAGO BEATS H00SIERS; INDIANA OVERESTIMATED. Mee's Athletes have the proud dis 10-29-2t tinction of having played five games, WANTED At once, 15 foundry labor- won two and lost none. Yesterday they ers. Apply Davidson Foundry Co.. cinched their second victory and de East Chicago, Ind. 10-26-3t feated the Deering Maroons, last for general years cnampions or the Chicago Foot Apply Mrs. ball league, by the score of 11 to 6. Everything was at stake In this game, as a defeat at the hands of the Maroons meant that Hammond would be out of the running for pennant hon ors, and it would be hard to arouse lo- WANTED A good irl housework at once. Walterscheid, Madison street, near Con- key avenue;. phone No. 2894. 10-25-1 wk wamtkd Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor. Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED One hundred men in Ham-J cal interest in a second-rate team. mond who are willing to acknowledge In spite of this the game started off that they do not know it all; men who in rather a listless manner, and for the have the grit and gumption to make greater part of the first half it seemed up for lost opportunities; men who love as though the Hammond boys were be- their families, and who are ammuous ing outclassed by their heavier oppon- to hold better positions; are you such ents. a man? For particulars of the oppor- I It was during the first few minutes tunltiea before you, address J. L. Ward, of the play that the Maroons made representative I. C. S., Hammond, ina., their first and only goal. They had general delivery. 10-24-4t worked the ball down the field towards Boy; a good opening for an their own al whe" they essayed to ii j a. yuaiici uuuft. KICK.. JL lie Udll Weill low and straight towards tvo Ham- with mond Players, who stood waiting for it to come to them instead of going after it. The result was that the Maroon end, who seemed to be the only live man in the bunch, got the ball on the bounce, and before the Hammond boys knew what had happened, had dashed over the line for a touchdown This piece of bungling work seemed to have a salutary effect on the Ath letes, for they got theball soon after and began a series of line plunges and end runs that caused consternation among the players on the Maroon team, and demonstrated to themselves and the crowd that they were not out- classd, as the first few minutes of play had indicated They started straight down the field for their goal, and would have made a touchdown if it had not been for the fact that time was called before the required gains were made. Between the halves--Coach -MeMalron had a heart-to-heart talk with the Ath letea that they will not soon forget. The players were hauled over the coals and seared on one side and then the other, and before the whistle blew for the second half eleven long-faced, de termined fallows went into the contest determined to win the game or break a hanjestring in the attempt. It was hard to believe that the team which came on the field in the second In the First Half Honors Were Aboct Even, Bat In the Second Cnlcago Demonatrated Its Great Superiority. Chicago triumphed over the Indiana university eleven Saturday and meas ured its victory by the score of 33 to 8. The first half ended with the two teams about on even terms, but in the second the Chicago players adminis tered a drubbing that has dispelled whatever championship aspirations the Hoosier team had when it tackled Coach Stagg's proteges. The first half was a duel between the two quarterbacks, Hare and Eck ersall, but the fast Chicago player proved his toe to be surer and stronger than- that of the Indiana boy, and his playing, as usual, was a big factor in winning the game. The most brilliant feat of the day was performed by the Midway star, who caught one of Hare's punts far back in his own territory, and by dodg ing and twisting ran through the whole Indiana field for a 75-yard gain. Iddlngs, the Lowell, Ind., player, who seems to have made good on the Chi cago team, was relied upon repeatedly for gains, and he proved conclusively that he was there with the goods. At the end of the first period the score stood 10 to 4, and the hopes of the Indiana men ran high, and again in the first part of the second half an other field goal brought Sheldon's men within two points of , tying the score, but the climax of the game had been reached, and from that time on the Maroons outplayed the visitors at every point. After that it was no longer a duel between punters. The speed of the Chi cago back field proved too great fot Indiana's wearied players. Then tht whole Midway team began to shine. with Steffens the chief star, and what glory came in the first half was lost in the second. WANTED energetic boy and a chance to learn in.inaeg mfthnila: short hours and Kood pay; need not interfere school duties; steady work all winter. Apply after school at 244 Sibley street, Tlammnntl. Ind. 10-22-2t WANTED Correspondent; young laay 33 years, single, refined, well educat ed, having the very best reputation; a trood Catholic, wishes to correspond with gentleman of same age; German or Irish; must be well educated and a good Catholic; business man prefered; fortune hunters need not write, for I have none; photos exchanged later Address E.. Lake Countt Times, Ham Tnrl 10-22-tf WANTED. Carpenters. Four men for inside 5-. rnta an hour. Apply at 10-26-3t XV. H. COKEY fOMPAXY. TOAMTRn na m.ntrs at once. Ameri I can.Steel foundries, Indiana Harbor, Indlana.-10-16-tf. wAWTPn fampnters at once. Amerl can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor, Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED A place to live; house, cot tage or fiat, within three blocks of Hammond Bldg. Call or phone Lake County Times. 8-28-tf it LITTLE GIANTS" TRIM PHI For the First Time in the History of the Two Schools. blew before the required gains could be made. The Crawfordsville rooters were met at the depot by the college band on their return home and a parade in the streets followed. Every one is jubil ant and the name and praises of every man on the team is being sung by the happy students. "MEN OF YOST" VICTORS; ILLINOIS TEAM HUMBLED. Game la One of Flukes, and Is Played Before a Crowd of O,0(M) Fans In a Drenching; Rain. As was expected, Michigan defeated Illinois decisively by the score of 23 to 9, and as was also expected Michi gan is not elated and Illinois is not disappointed. Of the six touchdowns that were made in the game Illinois secured the only one on straight football. The rest were scored on punts, trick plays or flukes. The first half was about an even break, but in the second half Michigan asserted herself, and the score became decidedly lopsided from that time on. Garrels, Curtis and Magoffin starred for Michigan, and of the three Garrels was head and shoulders above the rest. Moynihan did the star work for Illi nois. The game was played on a slippery field and in a drenching rain before a crowd of 6,000 rooters. SPORTINGBRIEFS. It is rumored that Coach Cayou, who graduated from the Carlyle Indian school, will make an effort to arrange for a game with the doughty Indians. Carlyle defeated Pennsylvania Satur day by the score of 24 to 6. The game .vill probably be played at Indianapolis xnd would be the biggest Indiana foot ball attraction of the year. Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate furnished daily by the Lake County Title & Guaranty . company, abstract ers. Crown Point. Ind. Catherine Patterson to Louis Heim, lots 20 and 21, block 2; lots 6 to 8, block 4; lots 11 and 12, block 5; lots 12, 13, 30 and 46, block 6; lots 12 to IS, block T; lot 42, block S; lots 1 and 37 to 41, block 9; lots 19. 25 and 2S, block 10; lots 3 to 5, 23, block 11; lots 17, block 12, Lo gan Park addition; also lots 12 and 21 to 29, block 1, Lo gan Park second addition, Tol- leston $16,500 East Chicago Co. to Edward Jacob, lot 21. block 6. N. W. U 33-37-9, East Chicago John Laws to John S. Field, lot 1, block 7, Hoffman's first ad dition; also lots 14 to IS, re subdivision Hoffman's first ad dition, Hammond East Chicago Co. to Adolph C. J. Orthai. lot 14, block 60. In diana Harbor East Chicago Co. to Adolph C. Orthai, lot 3. block 11, third addition. Indiana Harbor East Chicago Co. to Adolph C. J. Field, lot 1. block 21, sec ond addition, Indiana Har bor Janna S. Holton to Mable G. RAILROAD TIME CARDS. 250 1.000 WABASH RAILROAD East Bound No. 14 Local points to Detroit, Hammond ll:4Sa.m. No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York, Hammond 3:48 p. m No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Ham mond ll:4Sp. m. West Bound No. 5 to Chicago. Ills., Ham mond 6:15 a. m. No. 9 to Chicago. St. Louis & Kansas City, Hammond.... 9:34a.m. No. 1 to Chicago, Hammond.. 3:03p.m. No. 13 to Chicago, St- Louis &. Kansas City S:40p. m. FRED N. HICKOK. Agent. Hammond. Time Table effective June 3. 1901. Soma fl2:0S a, ra. 9:15 a. ra. 12:50 p. m. 3:55 p, ra. 9:53 North No. 4 No. 36 no. 40 !!".!!"" No. 32 No. S5. No. E. . No. 3 . . No. 39. No. 33. p, ra. a. a. a. a. ERIE RAILROAD :19 fS:47 9:3 11 -T1 0. 35 . ?0. 6 No. 30 S Denotes Sunday only. laity except Sunday. F Flag stop only. 6 J. a DOWNING, Agent. ra. m. m. m. :39 . 5:02 ..x7:49 p. m. p. ra. p. ra. 163 50 Portz can have anything he wants these days. His star playing Sunday !ias been the talk of the fans ever since. 150 90 Next Wednesday evening Sam Ber ber and Al Kaufman, two of the most promising cubs in the heavyweight .lass will get together and decide who las the right to represent the west in Tuture bouts bearing on the world's championship. Vice President Hicks of the Chicago ootball league was on the side lines it the game between the Deering Ma oons and the Athletes yesterday. Groman, as referee yesterday, was a trenuous official and by the way he ;ot into the game and watched every lay, it was hard to tell him from the egular players. Brown, part E i S. W. x4 sec tion 5-34-8 1,000 New Chicago Real Estate & In vestment Co. to Mrs. Delia Hylton, lots 17 and IS, block 2, fourth addition, New Chi cago . New Chicago Real Estate & In vestment Co. to Mrs. ..Delia Hilton, lot 11, block 1, fifth addition, New Chicago Thomas J. Wood to Hannah M. Foster, lots 19, 20, block 3; lots 1 to 12, block S; lots 13 to 15, block 7; lots 1, W. lot 12, block 10, all block 3; all block 26; lots 1 to 13, 3S to 44, block 4; lots 20 to 24, block 4, Norcott's addition, Indiana City Thompson & Osborn to Mary E. Hess, lot 22, block 3, Sohl's second addition, Hammond... Crown Brewing Co. to John Roz rodski, lot 14, block 5, K. E. ',1 section 23-37-9 Elmer P. Albee to Charles C. Clinton, lots 13, 14, 16 to 24, block 2, Nichol's addition, Ho bart .......... In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record, one mortgage, three releases and five miscellaneous instruments. Effective Monday, July 23. 1906. West Bound No. 27 6:45 a.m., dally except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a.m., dally. No. 9 7:30a.m.. dally. No. 25 8:45 a. m., daily. No. 23 10:05 a. m.. dally except Sunday. No. 21 T:50 p. m. No. 3 4 :43 p. m. No. !01 8:50 p. m.. Sunday only. Bass Lake. No. 13 9:50 p. in., daily excep. Monday. East Bound No. 8 10:25 p. m., daily. No. 28 6:55 p.m., daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 26 6:43 p. m.. dally. Xo. 10 6:02 p. m., daily. No. 14 4:20 p. m.. daily except Sunday. No. 4 11. S3 a. m.. dallv. No. 20 3:25 p. m. daily. No. 102 9:00 a. m., Sunday only. Bass Lake. No. 24 8:10 a.m., dally except Sunday. Trains No. 6 aid 5 are through trains o Toledo, O.. and Pittsburg, Pa., with chair cars and sleeper. All trains daily. For any information phone 2761, or write F. H. Tristram, Ass't. Gen. Pas senger Agent, 97 Adams street. Chi cago, 111. A. M. DEWEESE, Agent. 16 ALUMNI GO TO SEE GEE The Brilliant Offence and Stubborn Defence of Wabash a Sar- i prise to Spectators. PICTUl iS framed at iiammona Art Store. 188 South Iiohman street, up stairs. -i-n nn was me Dunen of basketball play had LOST In the McHIe hall, uct. zi dur ing Teachers association, a small green pocketbook, containing 510.00 kiii nnrt two nannies. Keturn it to this office and receive reward. ' 10-27-3t. ' LOST Between 624 Summer street and 255 Forsyth avenue, a pocketbook, containing $100 note given by ine Home Building Loan & savings asso- Drought the ball within striking dis elation, and 570 in money, uewaru iance 01 me. goal, it was seen that to the finder if left at the office of The defeat would be almost certain unles Lake County Time3. 10-2o-6t the goal could be kicked and the score tied iimi uu uisgracea tneir mono grams In the first part of the game. ihey got the ball on the kick-off and went straight down the field for eighty jaras, overriding all opposition and making the Maroon defence look like a lot of high-school players. The first well-earned touchdown came when Portz was forced over the line after a series of line Dluns-ps had Although there was a good deal of irguing yesterday, the Maroons proved hemselves to be a gentlemanly lot of players and left a good impression with he members of the team. LOST A long red cape, between Stahl- baum's corner and Truman avenue. Finder return to Mrs. A. F. Knotts. 429 Truman avenue and receive reward. 10-26-tf. Hammond seems to have a fac ulty of failing to rise to the occasion in a pinch, and, at usual, the ball went wide, and the score was 6 to 5. Defeat seemed inevitable as the half was rapidly drawing to a close, and it FOH RENT Hall for club and society was apparently a physical impossibilitv purposes. Former Hammond club j for the team to repeat those fierce on- rooms. Apply to A. IL Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insurance Co, 7-17tf slaughts that had won for them the first score they had secured since the Michigan City game. The Hammond team had demoralized the Maroon players, however, and this fact alone sent them resolutely back Into the game with a grim determina tion to accomplish the apparently im-postible. The ball was kicked off by the Ma roons; "larmer Smith got it, and was downed near the center nf th field. On the very first scrimmage 10-26-lwk jPortz was sTlven the oval and electrified the crowd by doderine nast th whAi. xvmuii... v. Maroon team, and with the helD of a 10-tD-tf I snlndi,1 Int.rfcrnnpa u vn i'iavtu tut uaii FOR RENT Two furnished rooms for light housekeeping; ali conveniences Call at 53 Ogden, lower fiat. 10-29-3t FOR SALE Cheap. Pennlnsular base burner, and cook stove; first class condition. Telephone. 1133. 10-26-tf FOR SALE One Hot Blast stove, one Base Burner, ono cast range, one s-as ransre: will . sell cheap. 404 Tru man street: phone 8046. FOR SALI cheap. A. C. Torbet Co FOR SALE Xw 5-room honse, mod- i"u'"l'J .cimiu me guai pcsis. rrni larce barni on Warren street; There was still five minutes in which a barcaln at f3J!0Oi sold on account ef ' Play, but It was getting dark, and sickness. GOSTLIX, MEYN & CO. the Maroons, seeing that it would be 10-16-tf hopeless to attempt to turn the tide of victory, gave up and left the field. Carters nrsi ciasa iivery ana unaer- The crowd, frantic with delight lannits. " ' T " v. 1 1 v w u e u mruugu me gates, ana Mee s calls answered promptly. 6-29tf Athletes were then and there pro claimed the champions of the Chicai-n The name 01 ine r.neocn rianing Football league Mill is changed to tne invalid Appu ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co., 405-408-418 412 Indiana avenue, telephone 187L .NOTICE. The launch Aljl will leave the land ir.g at the bridge on Calumet avenue, for Clark Station at the following lum'S daily: 6:C0, 9:00. 12:00 a. m. and '3:00 p. m. The boat will leave Clark Station returning at 5:30, 19:30 a, m. and 1:30. 6 00 p. in. NIC KAHL It is believed by those who saw the game yesterday that at last the Ham mond team is rounding into mid-seaaon form, and, with the confidence that this game has given them, they will tackle the Garflelds next Sunday with greater assurances of victory. The liae-up of the opposing teams was as follows: Deering Maroons. Mee's Athletes Haase R.E. . .Waite & Heiser Brown R.T (Capt) Reel Griffith R.G Flower Have your prescriptions and family Houxlay. C. Smith tlceipts filled in our drug department, Patterson L.G Murphy by registered pharmacists. We use McGuire (Capt.) . L.T Laster only the very best grades of drugs and Watters LE. .Reel & McMahon chemicals and always fill them just as A. Drj er Q.B. Geib vour doctor wishes, at very reasonable Gonsalas R.H. .Portt & Halfm'n prices. Lion Store Drug Dtpartment. I Hogland L.H. Stevens 18-20-3t 1 E. Dryer F.B. . .Zeigler & Porta The Wabash college football team proved its class Saturday when it suc ceeded in defeating the Purdue uni versity team by the score of 11 to 0. The students' of the Indian coach, Cayou, had learned their lessons well and they showed such brilliance and versatility in their offense and such stubbornness in their defense that they played the boilermakers off their feet and for the first time in the history of the two schools, proudly compellec the lowering of the old gold and black of the big Lafayette school. Coach Cayou seems to come in for big share of the glory, for it is believed that It was his early develop ment of the possibilities of the new rules that brought his team the vic tory. Whatever may have been the cause, the striped Jerseys of the a- bash players flashed everywhere and the bewildering perplexity of their play literally swept the spectators off their feet. Those who saw the game realize that no green team ever can beat such a system of accurate passing and kick ing and such wonderful speed and de termination as Wabash displayed. The field was covered with puddles of water and it is not known to what extent this interfered Vith the fast work of the Crawfordsville players. but Coach Cayou is the authority for the opinion that it would have been possible to secure at least one more touchdown if he had thought it advis able to force the playing of the men during the whole game. The only way that Purdue seemed to be able to gain consistently was on line plunges, but even then the bril liant work of Long was not sufficient to overcome the handicap of that big ten yards. One of the noticeable things about the game was the exceeding friendli ness of the players of the opposing teams and this spirit of friedliness was carried to the bleachers where the rooters on both sides cheered the plays of the members of the opposing team1 as though they were their own play ers. Among the 5,000 people who saw the game were some of the oldest alumni of the two schools. In the Wabash crowd was E. R. Brown, the state commander of the G. A. R., who graduated in 1S68, and Congressman Charles Landis. In the game it was a significant fact that on each Wabash kick-off, the Purdue man who got the ball was nail ed in his tracks, while when Purdue kicked off to Wabash the scarlet players made gains of from five to twenty yards. Both of Wabash's touchdowns were made In the first half and the stellar work of Miller, Sohl and Garrer. the scarlet backs, was the remarkable thing about the game. The forward pass was used repeatedly with a high average of gains and seems to have been thoroughly developed by the In dian coach. The last half ended with Wabash apparently determined - to make an other touchdown and with the ball in , Purdue's territory, but the whistle The White Eagles, who are looked upon as the favorites for the champion ship of the Chicago fooball league, vere defeated yesterday by the Gar fields, who play in this, city next Sun ay, by the score of 6 to 0. If Ham aond defeats tho. Garflelds next Sun ay it will be put in the class with the possible pennantwinners and games ,vfth the best teams in the league will fdllow. ' ' no', s The SpauldingV and the - Englewood Blues played alfiercely contested 0 to 0 game . yesterday. Hammond plays the Englewood Blues Sunday after next and should they-be able to defeat this strong team a game with the ISpauld ings, who are factors in the pennant race, will be a possibility for a Thanks giving diversion.'" : . The Hammond t high school was scheduled to play the Lowell team Sat urday, but the prospect of a rainy day kept the Lowell, boys at home, and the game will be played later in the season. Jewels from Lands of Czar. A Pari3 jeweler has bought a largo number of stones which have been found In mines on the czar's private property. Every year stones from these mines are offered for sale by tender, In the same way as the for est lands and mines belonging to the czar are occasionally sold by the Imperial cabinet. UNCLAIMED LETTERS. the ioiiowmg letters remain un called for, week ending Oct. 29, 190G: The Abbott Alkalvidal Co. Jan Boruch. E. F. Combo. Miss Mabel Daniels. Frank P. Duclo. Mr. and Mrs. I. Evans. Paul E. Exner. T. J. Greenwood. Walter Guild. J. A. Hogerty. . . T Charles Tj.' Looms, '.. u Miss Millie Layton. Mrs. R. F. Munson. J. O. Miles. Miss Nellie Myers. Miss Elma Macklin. Louis Morison. S. Pallcy. Prisilla Palmer. II. D. Patterson. Frank Phillipson. T. F. Riley. Rev. P. J. Reynolds. Miss Linna Robertson. John E. Roush. Henry C. Rumm. Bruce Ryan. Mrs. T. Sylvester. Mrs. Thomas CMrling. Miss M. Stowrt. Melson Smith. John Sonmers. Mrs. Dallas Sarver. George Tate. Thomas Wigman. Miss Ortense Wells. Guy Young. WILLIAM II. GOSTLIN, Postmaster, MICHIGANJ3ENTRAL The Niagara Falls Route. The following time table goes Into effect on the Michigan Central R. R kept. 30, 1903: Trains East. No. 2 Daily ex. Sunday, Detroit Mail ...... r . r - 7.s am rso. 44 Daily ex. Sunday, Grand . Rapids Exp 1:54 pm No. 22 Dally ex. Sunday. Kalama zoo Arc, 3:S5 pa Daily ex. Sunday. Grand Rapids. Exp u e.e9 pm No. 6 Dally, Detroit Exp 10:47 pm No. 36 Diily. Atlantic Exn... 12:49 am No. 14 due at Hammond at 8:47 p. m. will fctop to take on passengers for Kalama7o and points east thereof. No. 10 d at Hammond at 11:10 a. ra.. will stop to take on passenger for Buffalo and points east thereof, whea advance notice Is given. LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Maynard, North Township, Lake County, Ind., that I, M. J. Poland, a male inhabitant of the town, county and state, aforesaid, over the age of 21 years and a person not in the habit of becoming intoxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commissioners at its regular session to be holden In Crown Toint on Nov. 5th, 1906, for a license to sell spirltous, vinous or malt liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time with the privilege of allow ing the same to be drank on the prem ises where sold. Applicant desires permission to run a hotel and tobacco stand in connection. I The place where said liquors are to be sold and drank, Is described as fol lows: The first floor room 18x35 feet of a two story brick building on the west side of th gravel road to Dyer and immediately south of the Pan handle right of way, said premises be ing in the S. W. quarter of section 30, L. P. 36, Rrange 9 West in Maynard Crossing, North Township. Said room faces on a public highway, has a wash room and store room in the rear and living rooms above, and is entered through a front door on the East, a rear door and a door on the north. M. J. BOLAND, Oct. 13, 1906. Maynard. Ind. Trains West. No. 41 Daily, Chicago Exp... :29 aa No. 87 Daily, Pacific . Exp. . 6:40 am No. 27 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Local 9:55 am No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Fxpres ......11:53 am No. 9 Daily. Chicago Exp.... 2:06 pm No. 4 5 Daily' ex. Sunday, Grand Rapids, Chicago Exp 4:0$ pm No. 5 Dally ex. Sunday. Chicago Mall 5.12 pm No. 47 Daily ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo, Chicago Local 7:05 pm No. 49 Sunday only, Kalamazoo Chicago Local 9:13 pm I. E. DICKINSON, Ticket Agent. PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule in effect Sunday, Nov. 26, '06. Leave Arrive Leava Arrive Ham'd Chicago Chicago Ilam'd x 5:50 6:45 11:35 12:3l 6:26 7:35 6:25 6:28 6:41 7:45 , 5:30 6:41 x 8:00 9:00 6:00 6:59 sl0-.ll 11:10 8:05 9:01 xl2:3S 135 8:50 10:11 3s.11 4:30 11:20 12:3S x 4:4S 0:05 3:50 4:48 5:32 :30 4:15 6:33 5:32 7:00 4:30 5:32 x 7:00 b:00 5:40 6:42 0:15 7llT Daily, x Daily except Sunday. 8 Sun day only. Black-face figures indicate P. M.J NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate of Wm. IL Aussieker, Deceased. No. 241. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has ben appointed Admin istrator of said Estate, by the Judge of the Lake Superior Court. Said Estate is supposed to be sol vent. LAKE COUNTY SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY, Administrator. Dated Oct. 23, 1906. NOTICE. The barber shop in West State street, formerly owned by Harry Tut- tle has passed into the hands of A. Stamm. 9-26-tf What Made It Valuable. An excited individual ran up to a porter at a railway station and asked: 'Have you seen a parcel I left on this eat?" The porter replied that he had not. "Oh, what shall I do?" ex claimed the excited passenger; "it contains three peenis I have written.' "Can't you write them a?:ain?" aSked the unsympathetic porter. "Yes, I can do that, but," hesitatingly, "there were two sandwiches in the parcel as well." Christian World. Girl Jockeys in Japan. Women jockeys, or rather girl jock eys, have made their appearance in Japan. During the last Tokio races three favorites were ridden by girls. One, the daughter of a" riding mas ter, came in first, while the other two, both geishas, were - "placed." Revolutionary Relic. James R. Putnam, while at worlt In his garden at Rutland, Vt., picked up a brass button about an inch in diam eter. When it was cleaned it was found to be a military button in a good state of preservation, with the word "Massachusetts artil lery" around the edge of the face. - In the center in relief is a cannon mount ed on wheels and beside a flag on a staff. The button Is a revolutionary relic. Jewish Bride's Position. In Jewish marriages the bride al ways stands at the right hand of the ?room. With every other nation of the world her place In the ceremony is at the left. As Your Light Shines. Act well at the moment, and you have performed a good action to all eternity. Lavater. light-face figures A. M. I CAN SELL Your Real Estate cr Business No matter where located. Proper ties and Business of all kinds sold quickly for cash in all parts of the United State. Don't wait. Write today de scribing what you have to sell and glva cash price on same. If You Want to Buy any kind of business or real estate any where at any price, write me your re quirements. I can save you time and money. DAVID P. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave., Topeka, Kan. mmmm ANNOUNCEMENT. The Srranbe Piano factory nixboi to announce that it has no retail branched or stores In Hammond or elsewhere. The company sells direct from the fae- It is flat, J tory only, at factory, prices. Do not be mlaled or confused by pianos with similar names, bnt when in thr market for nn Instrument, buy direct from the factory, thereby saving mid dlemen's profits and agents commission. Terms to suit. Take South Hohntan street car, come and see liorv GOOD pianos are made. 10-26-lwR At midnight 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 111. You talk di rect to business associates or friend3 without leaving the bed. The exten sion has a double value a protector and a comfort One and two-thirds cetn per day ! a small cost for home happiness. Order an extension today and "a November 29th you will be thankful Telephone the Manager. She Got a Job. There is a true story of one young woman who had devoted almost a year to pulling wires and using all possible influence to gain an interview with a certain theatrical manager. At last her hopes were realized; she got her appointment and she was finally ushered into the manager's private office. He received her most cer- dially and offered her a chair. "Thank you," she said, gratefully, "I think I will sit down. I've been just twi months getting here and I'm. a little tired." And the manager, who ia really a great man and hence has a sense of humor, promptly engaged kerTQe Rialto," in Outing, JEW GRAND THEATER Prof. Brydon's Dog Circus And eight other acts. I Subscribe for The Lake County Times. GLEAf FANCY ER AND DYER GHIGAGO TELEPHONE GO. Berthagzara Private ficspital FOR WOMEN Offer s first-class I'riTnte Home for Ladies indelicate health wishin? skillful Medical or hurrical treatment or quiet home ac commodations doriof confinement. Tender care beitowed po the patients intruxted to as by other physicians. Circular on a p. plication. 279 M. Adams Srreet, Chicago, fctate License, Telephone Monroe 214s. Main Office and Worts 8949 Commercial Ave., South Chicago, 111. Hammond Office 241 East State Street, With Singer Sewing Machine Co. Telephone 2601. WEWISH TO ANNOUNCE To the Public that we just have opened a shop and are prepared to do all kinds of iron work. If you want to see some fancy Flower Stands or if you need any thing in the metal line, go to 310 Indiana Ave. NOVELTY IFlOii WORKS. Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM Tlmco Wast AAm Bring Reuili. Subscribe for Tbe Lake County Time a.