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Wednesday, Oct. 31, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN. Want Column Tlm Wast Ada Bring; Result. WANTED Housekeeper by a family of four. Apply at 303 Chicago avenue, Hammond, lnd. 10-31-lw WANTED A housework. young girl for general 28 C3rroll street. 1029-tf WANTED Five men to unload coal; steady work; good wages, paid weekly. Apply at Calumet and Huff man streets. 10-30-lw WANTED Girl or woman for general housework. Apply at Calumet Park hotel. State street and Eurnham ave nue. Mrs. N. Ackerman. 10-29-lw WANTED Good board and room in private family, by young man. Ap flly C. H. Rock, manager Western Union Telegraph Co. 10-29-3t WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel foundries, Indiana Harbor, lnd. 10-26-tf Times' Want Ad Bring Ilrsults. WANTED Board and room for gent leman and wife; no children; east Bide preferred. Address C. C, care Lake County Times. 10-29-lw WANTED Bindery girls; we wish to secure the services of ten girls from 16 to 20 years of age. for bindery work; large, light work room and steady em ployment; 6.00 per week. Apply at once. W. B. Conkey Co. 10-31-lwk WANTED Baggage master and Janitor combined at the Erie depot: must be sober and industrious man. not over 35 years old; married man preferred; steady employment to the right man; salary $45.. Apply to Agent DeVVeese. 10-26-tf. Subscribe for The Lake County Tlmen. WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor. Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED One hundred men in Ham mond who are willing to acknowledge that they do not know it all; men who have the grit and sumption to make up for lost opportunities; men who love their families, and who are ambitious to hold better positions; are you such a man? For particulars of the oppor tunities before you, address J. L. Ward, representative I. C. S., Hammond, lnd., general delivery. 10-24-4t WANTED Correspondent; young lady, 33 years, single, refined, well educat ed, having the very best reputation; a good Catholic, wishes to correspond with gentleman of same fcre; 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 County Times. Ham mond, lnd. 10-22-tf WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor. Indiana. 10-16-tf. Subscribe for The Lake County Times. WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor, Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED A place to live; house, cot tage or flat, within three blocks of Hammond Bldg. Call or phone Lake County Times. 9-28-tf YOUR PIANO TUNED For on same. 7:50 to 8:30 p. m. 45 Ogden. practice R. O. K.. 10-31-lw .4 Court Hammond 103 U. O. F. will give a smoker Friday evening, Nov. ?. All members are asked to be present and bring a friend. 10-31-3t PICTUj framed at Hammond Art Store. 188 South Hohman street, up stairs. 9-!4-tf LOST A brown and white Scotch col lie, answering to namA of Nellie; Vhlte ring about Its neck. Finder please return to 539 East State street end receive reward. 10-31-t LOST Between 624 Summer street and 255 Forsyth avenue, a pocketbook. containing $100 note given by the Home Building Loan & Savings asso ciation, and 870 In money. Reward to the finder If left at the office of The Lake County Times. 10-25-6t FOR RENT One furnished room; all modern conveniences; gentleman pre ferred. 20 Doty street. 10-31-lt FOR RENT Hall for club and society purposes. Former Hammond club rooms. Apply to A, H. Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insurance Co. T-17tf Times' Want Ads Bring Results. FOR SALE Boarding house, good lo cation; entire contents tor sale; now doing good business; reason for sell ing, wish to leave town. Inquire at Lake County Times office. 10-31-lwk 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, one cast range, one gas range; will sell cheap. 404 Tru man street; phone 8046. 10-26-lwk FOR SALE Kindling wood by the load. cheap. A. C. Torbet Co. 10-25-tf FOll SALE -evr N-rooni house, mod erni large barn on Warren street; a baranln at f3.300i sold on account of sickness. GO ST LIN, MEYN & CO. 10-16-tf Carter s first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. 5-I9tf The name of the Krlebacb PUninj Mill Is changed to the Invalid Appli ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co.. 406-408-410-412 Indiana avenue, telephone 1871. NOTICE. The launch Alji will leave the land ' lng at the bridge on Calumet avenue, for Clark Station at the following hours dally: b 00. 9:00, 12:00 a. m. and 8:00 p. m. The boat will leave Clark Ktatlon returning at 6:30. 10:30 a. m. and 1:30. p. m. NIC KAHL 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. - 10-20-3t Times' Want Ads Bring Results. In the Way of Sport J MEN OF YOST 1EET CHICAGO Old Difficulties to be Forgot ten and a Big Game is Assured. PEACE PIPE PASSED Minnesota and Michigan To Be Big Games Next Year Wiscon sin Not Scheduled. Chicago and Michigan, tamed by the absent treatment this year, probably will meet in a gridiron struggle next season. The first step towards re newing relations between the west's greatest rivals has been made by Chi cago. Michigan's assent is awaited and with it the red tape will be unwound preliminary to signing a contract. Director Stagg presented his views on the topic yesterday. He declared a football game with the men of Yost was "not only possible but probable," and said he " could see no reason why the game should not be played next year." "Nothing has been done yet towards getting together for a Chicago-Michigan game next season," said the maroon director. "This does not mean, how ever, there will be no game. A re newal of football games between the two next year not only is possible but probable. I believe we will play Mich igan next year. No Time Limit Set. "One year is sufficient for the so called ardor and hatred, said to be ex isting between the two institutions on account of athletic rivalry, to cool off. No time limit was set by either Chi cago and Michigan, and I do not believe It was the plan of either Institution to set a certain period of probation. All that Is necessary is a resumption of friendly feeling. Nothing has taken place to handicap the growth of such a feeling. Much has been done this year, I feel, toward bettering the friendly relations of Chicago's athletic rivals. Perhaps our banquets to visit ing teams have aided in this. "So far as Chicago is concerned, the question of taking on Michigan again in football probably will be referred to the athletic board of the university. I do not anticipate, as some reports have it, that Michigan will withdraw from the conference group, although I know nothing of the plans of the Michigan leaders." I Te announcement that Chicago and j Michigan may again meet, after a year's epai ution, and under rules that assure a different style of game from that of! last Thanksgiving, will be joyfully re ceived by Maroon rooters. Following1 so closely the announcement that a two year contract had been signed with Minnesota, securing a game In Minne apolis next year, is means that the Ma roon schedule next year will take on some of Its old-time strenuosity. Wis consin probably will not come in for a game with Chicago next year, for, un der the five game limitation, two big games would be all that the Maroons co'v'd handle. or the first time this year some of Stagg's regulars "cut" practice yester day. Captain Eckersall, Templeton, Parry and Russell failed to report at any time during the afternoon practice, and, as a result, Stagg had to work with a crippled squad and was much put out at the absence of his stars. The practice field was soggy and slippery, but nevertheless the Midway coach picked out a mixed team from the regulars and the scrubs and sent them against the freshmen for a hard scrimmage. They succeeded in scoring twice, on one of these occasions a for ward pass being the trick by which Schommer got away for a touchdown. Barker made the other five points on straight football. The practice, in spite of the condition of the field and the ab sence of four of the mainstays, was fairly satisfactory, giving the oppor tunity for the trial of several of the new plays on a bad field. ATTELL STILL CHAMPION; BOUT GOES 20 ROUNDS. Baker Forces the Fijcbtias, Bat Attell Is Scientific and Succeeds la Getting the Decision Loser na Clever. Abe Attell is stll the featherweight champion of the world, having receiv ed a decision at the end of the twen tieth round of his mill with Harry Baker of San Francisco before the Pacific Athletic club last night. It was only because of Attell's handling of his man that he received the decision. Baker forced the fighting from the first to the fifteenth round. Had he continued these tactics during the next five rounds he would now be champion. Baker, by his clever man ner of covering up, saved himself much punishment, and used with great ef fect as tralght left jab and connected many times with Abe's face. Abe seemed unable to block the blows. BIG LEAGUE MANAGERS RESTRICT SEMIPRO TEAMS. Xatlonal Commission Will Revise Code In Order to Make It Hard for Leaguer W ho Joins Independents to Return. Rigid rules to irovern semi-profes sional baseball teams In Chicago and elsewhere will be passed before an other baseball season opens. It de volves on the National Commission to revise or add to the present code, but lit is probable that both the American land National leagues will take a hand at their annual meetings. If they do not the National Commission will for mulate rules. The entrance into the semipro field of Mort Tennes and Capt. A. C. Anson has brought the question to a head. The many post-season games this fall have helped some, and the different owners of both leagues have come to the conclusion that it will be necessary to curb the ambitious free lances. There is no doubt but that there will be new rules in force next season which will make it hard for a major leaguer to return to the fold after he once has joined the independents. This, of course, will compel a professional ball player to stick to the free lances after he has once made the shift. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS WILL PLAY INELIGIBLES. "What's the Matter With Kansas?" that Tbry Have Derided to Ignore the Conference Rules and Play Tramp Athletes. At a meeting of the athletic board of the University of Kansas today it was decided to " loosen up " on the football rules for the game which is to be played next Saturday with St. Louis university. By action of the board two ineligible players, Griggs and Rice, were given permission to play in Saturday's game, provided the eligibility board will pass favorably on their qualifications as students. This step was taken on the receipt of information that St. Louis is not living up strictly to the rules, and that men are playing with the St. Louis team who played last year at other col leges, consequently having not served the six months' probation at St. Louis. This is the condition of Rice and Griggs, who played last fall with Washburn and then entered Kansas. WILLIE H0PPE WINS AGAIN. Beats His Old Rival, chaefer, in Four-Hundred- rInt Game. Willie Hoppe last night defeated Ja cob Schaefer in a game of billiards, 400 points, at 18:1, running out in his twenty-ninth inning, schaeter s score was 370. The game was to have been the sec ond part of a 900-point match, 18:2, the change having been made by agreement of the players In response to requests, Hoppe conceding the 18:2 game to Schaefer on last night's score. Afterwards, in a twenty-five point three-cushion game, Schaefer defeated Hoppe by two points. A KING'S RANSOM OFFERED FOR GANS-HERMAN FIGHT Rival Clubs In Neveada Tovrn Are Making; a Strong Bid for the Thank giving: Fight, and Lewis Would Ac cept One Offer. Two offers from Tonopah, Nev., for the Gans-Herman fight came yesterday and there evidently is rivalry between the Tonopah Athletic club and the Ca sino Athletic club, both of Tonopah, to get the match. Nate Lewis, the manager of Herman received a telegram early In the day from W. S. Johnson of the Tonopah Athletic club, offering 520,000 for the fight, and stating that an effort would be made to increase the offer to $30,- 000. In the evening Lewis got a telegram from M. M. Riley, manager of the Ca sino Athletic club of Tonopah, offering $20,000 for a fight on Thanksgiving day between Gans and Herman. Lewis re plied accepting this offer on behalf o Herman, but stating that Gans would prefer to fight on Christmas day. SPORTING BRIEFS. Coach McMahon of the Athletes re quests all the members of the team to be present for practice tonight Will J. Davis of the Willowdale farm and a breeder of fine horses, won sec ond prize at the Chicago horse show The winning entree was Strangewill, the winner of several Crown Point fair races. There was filed for record yesterday a deed irom the Chicago Title and Trust company to the Chicago Asso ciated Gun club of a tract of 11.9 acres at the northeast corner of. Michigan avenue and 124th street for fS.000. The property lies between 123rd and 124th streets, Michigan and Indiana avenues. in Kensington. But few public men of national fame have been given a reception and a pub lic demonstration in the streets as en thusiastic as that which was accorded Nick Altrock, the premier pitcher ot the White Sox, on his return to Cin cinnati last night. A recent parade in honor of Senators Beveridge and For aker at the republican rally was a frost In comparison to it. With McCarthy coaching the back field, Lerum taking care of the line and Coach Hutchlns acting as general supervisor, the Wisconsin football team placed the oval behind the scrub goal line ten times In practice yesterday. This means more than ten touchdowns for each time the ball was put In play at the varsity's end of the field. Dur ing the forty-five minute scrimmage the scrubs did not make a first down. The Illinois varsity reported for last night for the first time since the Michigan game, and the regulars seem ed In nne fettle. Hodge, the "pony" half back, took his place in the lineup, and there la no doubt he will be in the Wisconsin game. His return may cause a shift in the back field, with Gardner at full back. Hodge's appearance strengthenes the Illinois offense for the Wisconsin game a. week from Satur day. Following the precedent set last year, the basket-ball warriors of Lewis in stitute will again Invade the west this season. Instead, however, of, resting content with a journey terminating on the shores of the muddy Kaw, they have set Utah as their goal, planning to contend in at least two matches in the state of the Latter Day Saints. Kansas City, which" was the western most point visited last year, will hardly mark the half-way point. Dr. Williams of the University of Minnesota gave his men nearly two hours of stiff practice yesterday. While a hard game is anticipated with Ne braska this week, the drill really is in preparation for the big Chicago game on rsov. iv. xne new plays which are being developed will not be exposed in the Nebraska game. Much time is be- ng spent in an endeavor to strengthen the Gopher attack. On defensive play the line is strong. The back field is being drilled in the forward pass and in other new plays which the new rules make possible. Secret practice is the rule. Illinois has set its heart on defeat ing Wisconsin a week from Saturday, when the Badgers come to Illinois field for the only local game of the season. The Illini have not played the Badgers for years. It is held that the state players have good chance to celebrate the resumption of football with the Cardinals by a victory. To aid Coaches Lindgren, Cook, and Matthews, Director Huff hopes to have Jake Stahl and Fred Lowenthal here soon. With this array of coaching tal ent tne mint win te Keyed up for a battle. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREIJITORS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE DIS TRICT OF INDIANA. IN BANKRUPTCY. Before John O. Bowers, Referee. In the matter of John R. Opperman, Bankrupt No. 33, in Bankruptcy, Ham mond. To the creditors of John R. Opperman of the city of East Chicago, in the county of Lake, state and district of Indiana, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given that on the 27th day of October, 1906, the said John R. Opperman was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors of said bankrupt will be held in the office of this referee in the pub lic court house in the city of Ham mond, county of Lake, state and dis trict of Indiana, on the 10th day of November, A. D. 1906, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, at which time said credi tors may attend, prove their claims, ap point a trustee, examine the said bank rupt and transact such other business as may properly come before said court. JOHN O. BOWERS, Referee In Bankruptcy, Twelfth Referee District of Indiana. Dated at Hammond, lnd., October 31, 1906. Note Creditors will please observe requirements concerning proof of claims. See section 87 of bankruptcy act 1S98, General Order XXI and forms THEATRICAL NOTES. "BEN-IIUR" INTERESTS OX-THEATERGOERS Thousands upon thousands of people who seldom visit a playhouse are crowding the Chicago Auditorium nightly to see "Ben-IIur." The keen interest they manifest In its enactment causes regret that more plays of this character are not in existence. "Ben- Ilur", with its lustrous Star of Bethle hem, its camels and chariot steeds, its oriental trappery and splendor of the gorgeous cast Is one of the most elab orated. spectacles . ever staged, and yet the appeal of General Wallace's re- liglo-hlstorlc romance Is not to the eye and the ear alone, but to the heart Through all the scenes of wondrous beauty, through the vivid portrayal of the exciting incidents of the dawn of Chrisianity, the plain, simple story of "The Man of Calvary" is brought home with all-compelling force. The Star of Bethlehem, the adoration of the Wise Men, the heart-throbbing tale of the meeting of Christ with Hur, the greetings of the great multitude on the Mount of Olives and the final miracle of the cleansing of the lepers these are some of the Incidents of "Ben- IIur" which separate it from other plays and make it in its grandeur stand apart. Special attention is being given to the public of this vicinity who are de sirous of witnessing this mighty play. It Is advisable to write well in ad vance for seats so that desirable loca tions may be secured. Mail orders with remittances addressed to Mr. Mil ward Adams, dicertor Auditorium thea ter, Chicago, will receive prompt at tention. The scale of prices for night performances and Saturday matinees is $ 1.50 and $1.00 for the lower floor $1.00 and 75 cents for the balcony ana 50 cents for the gallery. While at the Wednesday matinee the entire lowei floor is $1.00; entire balcony, 75 cents, gallery 50 cents. No performance of 'Ben-IIur" is ever given on Sunday. "Age cannot wither nor custom stale" the attractions possessed by the best of Swedish dialect plays, "Ole Ol son." Tear in and year out, for more than a decade, "Ole" has been presented to the theater-going public and its popularity has never waned. Other Swedish characters have come upon the scene, but none of them can vie with "Olson" in the regard of the pub lic and it stands unique in its line like Rip Van Winkle and Uncle Joshua Whitcomb. "Ole" will be presented at the Towle opera house, Sunday, Nov 4. by the Northland singer. Ben Hendricks, with his budget of new songs and .yodels. Mr. Hendricks makes his singing a feature and those who have heard him know that a thor oughly clever and artl3tlc performance is assured. The company is the same that has presented the play this season in New York, Brooklyn, Boston, St. Louis and other cities. ANNOUNCEMENT. The Stranb Pfaao factory wishes te amennre that It has bo retail branches r store la Hammond or elsewhere. The company sells direct from the fac tory only, at factory prices. Do sot ; be misled or confused by pianos with similar names, but when la the market for an Instrument, buy direct from the factory, thereby saving; mid dlemen's prct ad agenta eommiaiB. Terms to snlt. Take Sooth Hohman street car, come and see how GOOD pianos sure made. 19-25-lwk Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate fur nished daily by the Lake County Title & Guaranty company, abstracters. Crown Point, lnd. Catherine Patterson to Eva M. Getty, lots 74 to S3, block 2, Sherman Park addition, Toiles ton S Charles E. Baker to Wesley M. Smith, lots 15 and 16. block 2, Fogg &. Hammond 2d addition, Hammond David Steiu to Wesley M. Smith. lots 15 and 16, block 2. Fogg & Hammond's 2d addition, Hammond 2S4 John Fakacz to Frank Pupsyzrs, lot 3. block 11, William Esch enberg's State Line addition, Hammond 1,050 Louis H. Stafford to William Scheck. lot 1. Stafford & Tran- kle's Grove addition, Hammond. 170 Grace M. Condit to Henry F. W. Margeman, lot 20, block 3, Towle & Young's 2d addition, Hammond roo Frank Abell to Julius Cohen, lot 3, block 69, Indiana Harbor. 1,000 Maggie Rasher to John p. C. Brown, lot 33, block 3, Railroad addition, Crown Point... East Chicago Co. to Margaret Lewis, lot 12, block 5, south west M section 29-37-9, East Chicago In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record five mortgages, five releases and two miscellaneous instruments. ERIK R. R. CO. Grand lodge and grand encampment of I. O. O. F. of Indiana Nov. 20-22 Indianapolis, lnd. One fare plus 25 cents for round trip. Indiana State Grange, Columbia City, lnd.,' Dec. 11-14. One fare plus : cents for round trip. Jndiana . State Conference Farmers' Institute Workers, Lafayette, .lnd.. Nov. 5-10. One fare plus 25 cents for round trip. Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite Mas ons, Indianapolis, lnd., Nov. 19--2. One fare plus 25c for round trip. Convention of Presbyterian Brother hood. Indianapolis, lnd., Nov. 14-15. One fare plus J2.00 for round trip. Grand Pythian Jubilee Nov. 30, Buf falo, N. Y., one fare plus 2o cents for round trip. Remember, all fares reduced to 2 cents per mile over Erie railroad. Excursions east and west to all points during November. LOW RATES TO NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA. Via Chicago, Milwaukee Railway. A St. Paul Harvester secon-class tickets, from Chicago to all points on Chicago, Mil waukee & St. Paul Ry. In North Dakota and South Dakota. Rates $14.50 for each person,, when five or more persona travel on one ticket Tickets on sale daily until August 1. Low rates re turning November 30. E. G. HAYDEN. Traveling Passenger Agent 426 Superior Ave.. K. W. Cleveland. O NINE YEARS AGO WE TOLD YOU THAT THE was the coming machine. Since then we have been forced to en large our factory four different times to meet the growing demand. TODAY we can refer you to the largest and best business houses in the world who recommend it unreservedly as the most perfect writing machine made. Underwood Typewriter Go. 135 Wabasb Ave., Chicago, NEW GRAND THEATER Prof. Brydon's Dog Circus And eight other acts. labscrihe for The Lake County Times. OnderwooQ RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD East Bound No. 14 Local points to Detroit. Hammond 11:48 a- m No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York. Hammond 3:4S p. m No. 12 Through train Buffalo & New York, Boston, Ham mond 11:48 p. m West Bound No. 5 to Chicaao. Ills.. Ham mond 6:16 a. m No. 9 to Chicago. St. Louis & Kansas City. Hammond 9:34 a.m. No. 1 to Chicago. Hammond.. 3 03 p.m. No. 13 to Cnicago. St. Louis & Kansas City S:40 p. m, FRED N. HICKOK. Agent. Hammond. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday. July 23, 1906. West Hound No. 27 5:45 a.m.. dally except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a.m.. dally. No. 9 7:30a.m.. daily. No. 25 8:45 a.m.. dally. No. 2310:05 a. m.. daily except Sunday. No. 21 T:50 p. m. No. 3 4:43 p. m. No. '01 S:50 n. m . Sunday only. Bass Lake. No. 13 9:50 p. in., dally excep. Moniay. East Bound No. 8 10:25 p. m., dally. No. 28 6:55 p.m.. daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 26 6:43 p.m., dally. No. 10 6:02 p. m.. dally. No. 14 4:20 p.m.. dally except Sunday. No. 4 11.53 a. m.. daily. 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 ard 5 are through trains to Toledo, 0 and Pittsburr. Pa-, with chair cars and sleeper. All trains dally. For any Information phone 2761, or write F. II. Tristram, Ass't Gen. Pas senger Agent. 97 Adams street. Chi cago, 111. A. M. DEWEESE. Agent LICENSE NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Maynard, North Township, Lake County, lnd., that I, M. J. Boland, 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 Point on Nov. 5th, 1906, for a license to sell splrltous, vinous or malt liquors In less quantities than a quart at a time with the privilege or 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. 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 the 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, lnd. NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate of Wm. FI. Aussieker, Deceased. No. 241. - Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has been 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 ha passed Into the hands of A. Stamm. 9-26-tf No Worry About Fashion In Lapland dress fashions h;; handed in 1,000 years. not At midnight in the sleeping room. The best protector o-f the home J 'Gainst sickness. Are and burglary Is an extension telephone. It allows Instant communication with the doctor, the fire-house or the police station. Tou call without running down stairs to the main Instrument. And when you are I1L Tou talk di rect to business associates or friends without leaving the bed. The exten sion has a" double value a protector and a comfort. One and two-thirds cetn per day is a small cost for home happiness. Order an extension today and on November 29th you will be thankful. Telephone the Manager. GHI8AG0 TELEPHONE GO. Bertljagzara Private Hospital FOR WOMEN Offers first-class 1'iWate Hone for Ladles is delicate health wishisf fkillful Medical or (ursriea! treatmeat or quiet home ac romBiodatloa darlntr rsaflaemeat. Tender care bestowed upon the patieats I a trusted to as br other phy tlrians. Circular oa a p. plication. 2;t) W. Adams Srreet, thicsgo. htate License, Telephone Sonroe 2113. Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM Times' Want Ads Brine Ilcaults. Time Table effective June 3, 1901, South , J V fl2:0S a. m. No- 6 t.it . No. 3., No. 39. No. 33. - ............ , A. LU. 12:50 iv. m. 3:65 p. m. 8:50 P. CO. North NO. 4. No. 36 No. to No. 33 , 6:10 .f6:4? . 9:36 ,11:11 .84:39 . 6:02 ,x7:49 a. a. a. a. P- m. m. m. m. ra. m. m. No. No. No. 38 6 SO " S Denotes Sunday onlv X Dally except Sunday. F Flag stop only. J. C. DOWNING. Asent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL The Niagara Falls Route, The following time table goes Into effect on the Michigan Central K, R Sept 30. 1906: Trains East. No. 2 Dally ex. Sunday. Detroit M" 7:53 am NO. 44 Dallv s. . Rapids Exp. 1.51 m -S'o. 22 Dally ex. Sunday, Kalama zoo Accm. - No. 4 4 Daily ex. Sundar. fSranrt Rapids. Exp f. .ci nm No. 6 Daily. Detroit V-rn lA.J No. 36 Dally. Atlantic Exp...l2;49 am No. 14 due at Hammond at 8:47 p. m. will ktop to take on passeng-ers for Kalamaro and point east thereof. No. 10 dt at Hammond at 11:10 a. ra, will stop to take on passeng-ers for Buffalo and points east thereof, whea advance notice is given. Trains West. No. 41 Dally, Chicago Exp... :20 am No. 37 Dally, Pacific Exp.... 6:40 am No. 27 Daily ex. Sunday. Chicago Local 8:55 ata No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago "pres 11:53 am No. 9 Dally, Chicago Exp.... 2:08 pm No. 45 Dally ex. Sunday, Grand Rapids. Chicago Exp 4:08 pm No. 6 Dally ex. Sunday, Chicago Mall 6:12 pm No. 47 Dally ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo. Chicago Local ..... . 7:05 pm No. 49 Sunday only, Kalamazoo Chicago Local 9:13 pm I. EL DICKINSON. Ticket Agent. PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule In effect Sunday, Nov. 26, '08. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ham'd Chicago Chicago Ilam'd x 6:50 6:45 11:35 12:32 6:26 7:35 5:25 6:21 6:41 7:45 5:30 6:41 x 8:00 9:00 6:00 6:69 sl0:ll 11:10 8:05 9:01 xl2:3S Ii35 8:50 10:11 3:31 4:30 11:20 12i39 x 4i4S 6:05 3:50 4i49 5:32 6:30 4:15 6:32 6:32 7:00 4:30 6:32 x 7:00 8:00 6:40 6i42 6:15 Til7 Dally, x Dally except Sunday, e Sun day only. Black-face figures Indicate P. 1L light-face figures A. M. I CAN SELL Your Real Estate or Business No matter where located. Proper- ties and Business of all kinds sold qnickly for cash in all parts of the United States. Don't wait. Write today do scribing what you have to sell and giva 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 ac4 money. DAVID P. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave, Tepeka, Kan. sra FANCY GLEANER AND DYER Main Office and Works 8949 Commercial Ave., South Chicago, 111. Hammond Office 241 East Stato Street, With Singer Sewing Machine Co. Telephone 2601. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE To the Public that we just have opened a shop and are prepared to "do all kinds of iron wcrk. 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 IROH WORKS. f Ti- UiiU Subscribe (or The Lake County Ttsaes.