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Monday, Nov. 5, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE Gary News The postmistress shopped In Chi cago Saturday afternoon. Miss Specter of the civil service de partment In Chicago, visited with Mrs. Goldberg yesterday. In addition to the temporary depot, which was begun yesterday by the Lake Shore, they also began the erec tion of a temporary freight house. Just west of Broadway. F. M. Savage of JoHet, 111., is mak ing arrangements for the excavating of the property he recently purchas ed, lie expects to erect a three-story office and store building. The board of trustees held Its meet ing on Saturday afternoon. Little was done beyond the taking care of general routine work, coming up in connection with the city's affairs. Mr. Peterson of Peterson & Hansen, has been awarded the work of hauling materials and lumber for the school building by the Clark company. The company is pushing with its character istic energy, the preparations for the execution of its buildings. Rev. A. Aaron, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran church of East Chicago, call ed here on Saturday. He is making ar rangements for caring for the spirit ual needs of his people here. Among the large number attracted here are many Sca-ndanavians, found generally among the skilled laborers, such as Iron and steel workers or carpenters. The monthly report of the Lake Shore local office shows a sale of tickets amounting to fifteen hundred dollars for last month. The total receipts in both passenger and freight depart ments being nearly eight thousand dol lars. For a place only about five months old, with at least two other roads serving It, this is a fairly good showing. Mr. Dickinson, the Hammond repre sentative of the Michigan Central, to gether with several friends, accom panied the town attorney over here Saturday afternoon. Rumor would have it that Mr. Dickinson has an Idea that when we have taken in Ham mond he would rather be the repre sentative in the main office down here at Broadway, than In the branch in Hammond. Gary Oyster Bay. Served la any atyle, at all hours. Prospect avenue nod Broadway. Frank llelland, prop. Thomas H. Cutler, the assistant chief engineer, left last evening for Chicago and from there will go to Lexington, Ky., to complete the prep arations for his wedding, which occurs on the 7th. Robert 11. Glllls, one of the popular members of the corps, leaves later for the scene of Mr. Cut ler's vanqulshment. The little cot tage on the beach, being the east one of the club cottages. Is all in readiness for "ye ladye falre." The Inspector for this precinet re turned from Crown Point this morn ing, where he had been to secure the ballots that will be used at Gary's first general election. Our twenty-two square miles of territory are now in cluded in one precinct, viz: No. S, be ing without a doubt the largest pre cinct in Lake county. We are safe in expecting that at the next general election our city will have mere voting precincts than any other in Lake county. Father Jansen spent part of Satur day here arranging for the first Cath olic service. It will . be held in the new school building, and the father expects to continue the services there until arrangements can be made for other quarters. He appreciates tho great field there Is, and will be here for his church and is making every effort to take care of it properly. If all the workers are as careful, tactful and earnest In their work as he ep pears to be, the church work here will be, as the other work, the best. East Side News. Charles Aronson is on the sick list. The East Side Events, our new pa per, was in circulation on the East Side Saturday. Ernest Olson of Calumet Heights was visiting friends on the East Side Saturday. Gust Anderson, 9S0S Avenue J, has taken a position with the Pennsylvania Railroad company as car repairer. "Oscar Johnson and Andrew Swanson of th East Side are working at Gary for the Illinois Improvement ; Ballast company, of South Chicago. The Geobels of the East Side de feated the South Chicago Tigers at Calumet Park Saturday, by the score of 21 to 0. Rev. S. G. Hagglund and family have returned to the East Side. They have been attending a family reunion at Rockford, 111., the past week. Miss Anna Iraelson of the East Side, died last Thursday and was buried last Saturday. She had been suffering a long time from consumption. A number of friends visited Joseph Dahlin at the Washington hospital yesterday. He is now improving rap idly and may be able to be taken home tbis week. The Willing Worker's society of the Swedish Lutheran church, held its regular meeting at the Aronson home, 10147 Avenue L, last Saturday after noon. The funeral of Mrs. Mamie O'llara, 100 IS Avenue L, who died very sud denly last Thursday, was held Satur day afternoon from the Francis De Sales church in 102nd street and Ewing avenue. Interment was ade at Mt Olivet cemetery. Dyer News. Miss Estella Keilman visited with relatives at Crown Point Sunday. Louis Erb of Schererville was here on business Saturday. John Grimmer of Griffith was here Saturday on business. Phil. Keilman made a business trip to Hobart yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte made a visiting trip to Schererville yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Schultz visited with relatives at Schererville Sunday. Mrs. Bernhard Grothans and children were Dyer visitors yesterday. John Klein made a business trip to Chicago yesterday. Thomas Brown of Schererville was seen in Dyer yesterday afternoon. Andrew Baker of Chicago spent Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Baker at this place. The Misses Frances Stark and Mary Klassen of St. John were Dyer visitors yesterday. The Misses Katie and Fredricka Hoff man returned yesterday from a several days visit with friends at Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. August Schulte and Miss Barbara Scheidt made a visiting trip to Hammond yesterday. The young ladies Sodality held its regular monthly meeting yesterday afternoon. Aloysius Portz and wife and Bernhard Klein and wife of St. John, were seen in our town yesterday. Rev. Jos. Flach left this morning for Crown Point where he will assist Rev Guethof at forty hours devotion. Burnside and Daulphin Park. Mrs. W. W. Webb of 9436 Champlain avenue is going to Canada next Thurs day. Miss Lillian Hillyard of Grand Cross ing visited with friends in Burnside yesterday. Mrs. A. McNally of 9337 Evans ave nue is entertaining relatives from Port Huron, Mich. Miss Lucy Clarke of 1863 Ninety-second place, visited with friends in Grand Crossing Friday. Tolleston Mesdames James and Townsley, to gether with their families, attended the Sunday school at Gary yesterday after noon. Church services were conducted by the Presbyterian society last evening. Reverend Stewart giving a very pleas ing address, assisted by J. E. Sears of South Gary and Fred Ramenstine of Hobart. Miss Gertrude Kunert is on the sick list, and unable to attend to her office duties in Hammond. We are pleased to note that the case of diphtheria only proved to be a mild case of tonsllltls. However, the house is still quarantined. The attorney for the Gary school board met with Trustee Kunert at his office in Tolleston and Attorney Mc- Aleer of Hammond Saturday, and made a satisfactory settlement regarding the schools at that place, provided the Gary school board would agree to keep the two teachers according to the con tract made between Mr. Kunert and the teachers, he agreeing to turn over the special school and tuition fund appro priated last spring. St John News. Miss Helen Gerlach left for Ham- moid last night. Mrs. Henry Soelker visited relatives in Chicago yesterday. Ben Dahlkamp spent Sunday with his parents in Chicago Heights. Mrs. Kate Phillips of Hammond spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Helen Auatgen. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Portz and Mr. and Mrs. Bern Klein visited Dyer friends yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Schaefer of Whit ing spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Andrew Karnmer. Little Miss Marie Pfeifer re-entered school today, after a weeks absence caused by illness. Joseph Soelker left for Hammond yesterday, where he will take up work at the Conkey plant. Henry Geisen and children from Hammond were the guests of Jacob Scherer and family yesterday. Peter Portz and family were th guests of Bernard Dahlkamp and fain ily in Chicago Heights yesterday. Mrs. Ben Hilbrich and her sister, Miss Veronica Keilman. visited rela tives in Hammond yesterday. Mrs. Joseph Scher returned to Whit ing last night, after a weeks visi with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. An drew Karnmer. Mr. and Mrs. George Callahan and daughter, of Rose Lawn, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Callahan yester i day. Mesdames Frank Stolz, Henry Dahl kamp, J. H. Kasper, Aug. Tesch, A. Volk and Miss Ida Tesch from Ham mond made a trip to St. John yes terday, where they were the guests of Adam Kohllng and family. East Chicago Jack Andrews has gone to Grasselli to live for the winter. Mrs. Aug. Johnson is spending today and tomorrow in Valparaiso. Mr. Ross of the Block-Pollak, was a Chicago visitor last Friday. Miss Unger of Chicago visited her sister, Mrs. Ottenheimer, yesterday. Fred Zerler has started work on his new Hat building on Magoun avenue. Mr. and Mrs. L. Falmer visited Chi cago relatives yesterday afternoon. Mrs. M. J. Hungerford and son were in East Chicago Saturday evening, looking after their property. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence James were guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. De Braie, Sunday. Mrs. Kelly and daughter were the guests of Mrs. H. M. Johnson yester day. Mr. and Mrs. Lindberg of South Chi cago were guests of Mrs. G. A. John son yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hesse of Chi cago and Theodore Nebers of Fort Madison, la., spent Sunday with Mrs. Hesse's mother, Mrs. Johnson. The Ladles of Rebecca last night had a great "blow-out," the occasion being the fourteenth anniversary of the lodge. An elaborate lunch was served. An at home was given by Mrs. Moses Specter yesterday afternoon, for her friend, Miss Dora Wolf, of Indian apolis. About twenty ladles were present and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. The new mercury vacuum lamps were installed throughout the De Lamar's copper plant last week, and it now looks as though things would soon be ready for operation. They have also installed their own electric light plant and have arc lights distributed all through the yards. About 3 o'clock yesterday morning the office and store room of the Calu met Construction company took fire and burned down. The firemen all re sponded as soon as the whistle blew, but the building being of wood, burn ed so rapidly that the men could not do much good. The loss was about $3,000. Moon & Hale were given the con tract for a large amount of grading for the Chicago, South Shore and South Bend street railway company. Mr. Hale went to South Bend Friday to sign up the contract, and Mr. Moon was in Crown Point looking for twenty more teams and several men. This is a very large piece of work and will probably take well into the winter be- for it is completed. A very serious accident occurred here Friday morning. One of Tosset ti's brewery wagon horses became frightened at a big truck automobile belonging to the Whiting Foundry & Equipment company, of Harvey, 111. The team did not seem frightened un til it had gotten up to the truck, whan they wheeled around, upsetting the wagon. The driver had his leg brok en and sustained several other injur ies. Two little boys, sons of the agent of the brewery, Mr. Quasher, were riding around with the driver, and one was injured very seriously, one of the barrels falling on him, breaking his back. The injured were taken into Mr. Stone's residence, where they were taken care of by Dr. Ross. The last reports concerning the little boy was that he could not live. The football game between Whiting and East Chicago finished up in a dispute. The first half of the game was without results. The second half ended in a contention as to whether McShane's goal from field was prop erly made. East Chicago claiming that it was. and Whiting taking the nega tive side of the question. The referee decided in favor of East Chicago, mak ing the score 4 to 0. Neither team took advantage of the new style of play, which was probably responsible for the low score. The addition of McShane to the Trio team is a splendid choice, as his brilliant playing yes terday afternoon was most noticeable and was commented on by the onlook ers. Several games have now been played and much Improvement is shown each time. Roseland and Kensington. Edmund Sullivan of 115th street is on the sick list. The three children of Mrs. Cherry of 117th street, are ill with the meas- els. Glenn Crawford of Lowe avenue, en tertained a few of hi3 friends at his home Wednesday evening. Miss Valaska Schum has resigned her position as stenographer with the Monarch Book company. A large fire broke out Saturday even ing at anderbilts feed store. The damage is considerable. Miss Katie Brickie of 115th street and Princeton avenue, returned home Thursday from Colorado, where she went for her health. Mr. Sweatt, superintendent of the Pullman brick yard, met with an ac cident last week, but is recovering rap idly. The funeral of Mrs. Mary McLaugh lin, who died Saturday, will be held Monday morning at 10 o'clock from the Holy Rosary church. Interment will be made at Mt. Olivet South Chicago. Arthur French was Saturday on business. in Hammond I Fred Nleklon spent Saturday In Chi cago. Bohn, to Mr. and Mrs. Colburn, a fourteen-pound girl. Miss Nellie Schuyler was in Crown Point visiting relatives Saturday. Nate Johnson was in Hammond Sun day. Miss Lettle McHarter was a Chicago visitor Saturday, where she spent the day shopping. Leonard Howels, who has been sick with the grippe, was out Sunday for the first time in a month. James Warmont has returned from St. Joe, Mo., where he has spent the last three weeks, visiting his grand parents. Miss Florence Donath entertained a number of her friends Saturday evening in honor of Miss Gertrude Ardney, of Chicago, who is her guest. James McMahon has resigned his position with the American Express company and gone to California in the hopes of benefitting his health. Mrs. S. Swift left yesterday for Nev- ton, Kan., where she will visit her uncle, William Walton. From there she will go to Los Angeles, Cal., for the winter. Valparaiso News. William Wilson of Indiana Harbor visited over Sunday with his parents. Gideon Purdy visited over Sunday with his parents in Chicago. Ravmond Bondy of Chicago visited over Sunday with his parents. Mr. Briggs of Gary, Ind., was town over Sunday. Leroy Smith of Chicago spent Sun day here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Titus visited over Sunday in Chicago. Henry Nichols of Englewood, 111., pent Sunday here. I Ray Marrme was at South Bend Sat urday. L. S. Willing has been appointed a letter carrier at Valparaiso. Fred Black of Roby spent Sunday here as the guest of his parents. Jim Reason of Gary was in town over Sunday. Harrold Dye of Chicago was the guest of his parents hero Sunday. Mr. Briggs of Gary was the guest of Valparaiso friends Sunday. Miss Nellie Powers of Chicago was home over Sunday. Charles Dick of Chicago visited over Sunday with his parents. Ray Adams of Chicago visited rela tives here over Sunday. Jerry Marquett of Chesterton visited over Sunday with his parents. Miss Julia Carver was home over Sunday. She is employed In the Chi cago public schools. Owen Crumpacker of Indiana Har bor, was home over Sunday visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Truedell spent Sunday with William Truedell and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. Bergman of Plymouth visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Horn over Sunday. Mrs. John Richards was called to Danville, 111., by a message, stating that her niece had been killed. George Bean and wife of Pittsburg, Pa., are visiting with L. R. Skinner and family for a few days. Rev. P. Claussen , as at LaCrosse Sunday and assisted in the dedication j of the new German church. Miss Sarah Meade, sister of Frank Meade, who died in Illinois, will be burled here this afternoon. The little daughter of Charles Smith, who was so severely burned Friday afternoon, died Friday evening at 7:30. The funeral was held Sunday after noon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. H. L. Davis. South Deering. Ike Morgan of South Milwaukee, is home for a visit with his mother. John Johnson, who was seriously ill the first of the week, is able to be around again. John Kominski, a farmer residing at 111th street and Lake Calumet, while returning to his home yesterday after noon about 4 o clock, was struck by a Nickel Plate train and died before medical aid could reach him. The de ceased was 53 years of age and leaves a large family to mourn his loss. Indiana Harbor. D. M. Neil of Danville, 111., was here this morning looking up property. S. Hopper of Chicago transacted busi ness here this morning. W. F. Grannit of Elkhart was a busi- ness visitor here this morning. Mr. Nelson of Hammond, transacted business with the Fowler real estate company this morning. George Sommers of the Inland Steel rnmnanv. has mover! his familv to the house recently vacated by J. C. Banks. Misses Catherine Baker and Anna Galvin visited the art institute in Chi cago in Chicago yesterday. Samuel Wheale, who is employed in Chicago, spent Sunday as the guest of his family on the Lake Front. Harry Lemon, superintendent of the C, L. S. & S. B. street railway, went to South Bend this morning on busi ness. L. A. Dalton and F. C. Howatt, both of Chicago, made a number of busi ness calls on our merchants this morn ing. Mrs. Cavanaugh, who has been the guest of Mrs. H. D. McCrum, returned to her home in Canton, O., this morn ing. P. Mann, formerly of the Indiana Harbor railroad, has taken a position with the Inland Steel company in the traffic department. Monn & Hale of East Chicago, being the lowest bidders, were given the con tract for the grading of the Chicago, Lake Shore & South Bend street rail way between Indiana Harbor and Gary. The work must be completed by April 1, 1907. Lowell News. Merritt Johnson and Crip Hill of Chi cago were on our streets bunaay. Clifford Wiley, of the firm of Wiley Bros., Chicago, visited his mother and sister here Sunday. Miss Cora Everett of Rensselaer vis ited her sister, Mrs. F. L. Hunt and hus band in Lowell Sunday. There were about seventy-five Rens selaer people accompanied their foot ball team to Lowell Sunday. Mr. McGill of Valparaiso, candidate for state senator on the democratic ticket, was in Lowell Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson of Ho- bart visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oren Thompson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Palmer and son. Clare, of Hammond, Sundayed here with Mr. Palmer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Palmer. Miss Mary Thompson, who is em ployed by Sears & Roebuck in Chicago, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson here Sunday. County Clerk Wheeler, Postmaster Farley and Fred Wheeler, all of Crown Point, came down in an automobile to witness the football team between Lowell and Rensselaer Sunday. Word has been received here from Chicago announcing the death of the slxteen-months-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Binyon. Mr. and Mrs. Bin- yon have many friends in Lowell who sympathize with them in their bereave ment. A goodly audience attended the ser vices at the Baptist church Sunday. The minister preached the farewell ser mon in the old church. It will soon be razed and a new and more modern church will be erected in its place by the Presbyterian denomination. The old church was built by Melvin Hal stead, the founder of Lowell, about fifty years ago. The game of football here Sunday between Rensselaer and Lowell was a whirlwind from beginning to end but our boys suffered defeat, the Rensse laer team getting one touchdown and kicking the goal making the score 6 to 0 in their favor. Following is the line up: Rensselaer Hunter, re; Comer, rt; Chestnut, rg; Woodworth, c; O'Connor, lg; Murray, It; Lubdecker, le; Wilson, qb; Jones, rhb; Collin, fb; Porter, lhb; Lowell Ainsworth, re; Beall, rt; Beck, rg; Johnson, c; Hill, lg;Childers, It; B. Viant, le; Alyea. qb; Brownell, lhb; Rose, fb; H. Viant, lhb. West Pullman. Robert Bell of Lamer, Mo., visited his brother, R. W. Bell, last week. Miss Mabel Secord is on the sick list this week. Harry Alcorn has taken a position with the Opaque Shade factory. Mrs. W. S. Stutor of Ft. Wayne, Ind., is a guest of Mrs. D. IL Holmes In Yale avenue. The Missionary Circle of the Con gregational church will meet with Mrs. G. F. Roberts tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Fifty members of the West Pullman camp of Modern Woodmen, attended a banquet given by the Roseland camp last Wednesday evening. Everybody enjoyed themselves Immensely. STONY ISLAND. Heck's little daughter Is very Mrs. sick. Mrs. McMullin and Mrs. Con Ennes attended the theatre Thursday evening. Gus Gallert is working at the gates at the Nickel Plate crossing. Michael Roby, a laborer on the Nickel Plate, was hurt today. Miss Mildren McGary, who was burned at the Halloween party, died at the South Chicago hospital Saturday. Miss Zadia Bieglow, who has been sick for the past week, is slowly re i covering. Irs. Adams and Mrs. Bell are going j ;ifi)N KAUFMANN & WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. IN OUR SL 5,000 Yards Fine Quality Fancy Novelty F If Li FOR EVENING DRESSES, WAISTS, REGULAR to the Ben-Hur dance on the West side this evening. Mrs. Bell Hopkins and Mrs. Guniee saw "What Happened to Jones" at the Calumet theatre Friday evening. Mrs. C. D. Heme returned home last night from Ohio where she was called by the serious illness of her mother. She reports her mother as being much better. Black Oak News Pearl Ginther of Logansport has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. John Glass. Peter Bohling of South Chicago was the guest of friends here yesterday. Miss Hoffman of Turkey Creek was a Black Oak visitor yesterday. J. C. Seiberger transacted business In Gary this morning. Mrs. Ed Riffig of Hobart was the guest of Black Oak friends today. Mrs. J. T. Seiberger was the guest of Pullman friends yesterday. Mrs. Stevens of Chicago was a guest at the home of Anton Guler Saturday and Sunday. Misses Clara Hess and Agnes Dommer of Hessville were guests of Mrs. Louie Ewen yesterday. Duck hunting is very good here at present, Sam Cook bagging seven Mal lards Saturday. Mrs. Fred Keck has returned from a week's visit with her son, Nelson Dan iels, in Chicago. Frank Pleary and Christ Jesterson of Chicago spent Saturday and Sunday here fishing. They caught several pickerel, one weighing &V2 pounds. ERNEST L. SHORTRIDGE. Who is republican candidate against Henry Barck of Crown Point. Mr. Shortridge has been court reporter of the Superior court for several years. ADDITIONAL THEATRICAL NOTES. CHICAGO OPERA HOUSE. The production which has been play ing at the Chicago Opera House the past week, has proved to the regular theatregoers who study the conditions dramatic, that the standard plays which have been presented at this house since the advent of the dramatic company, are what the public really wants. "The Banker's Daughter," one of the best which ever came from the pen of Bronson Howard, the dean of American dramatists as he is called, has met with enormous success, both from a financial and an artistic standpoint. The work of the company has been all that could WW.-.. . ' DEPARTMENT P39 ! $1.00 VALUE be asked for. From leads to the small parts there was "team work" and th. result was a production which fo homogeneity surpassed anything play ing in the city during the week. A greater treat, if possible, is sched uled for next week. This is the cele brated comedy-drama by Clyde Fitch, in which Nat Goodwin and Maxlne El liott made such strenuous hits, "Th. Cowboy and the Lady." This is a start ling drama of the frontier, in which ali the tremendous heart action and the bigf emotions of the far West are brought into action. The work of this house In this very particular, mounting, haa never been so thoroughly and artis tically done as in this play which en ters on its performance on Sunday, Nov. 11. Ilarahan a Candidate for President, Chicago, Nov. 5. The Record-Herald says: "After an interview yesterday lasting several hours with J. T. Ilara han, second vice president of the Illi nois Central, President Fish said: 'Mr, liaranhan is a candidate for the presi dency of the Illinois Central road." "Bill" Nye's Widow Dead. New Orleans, Nov. 5. Mrs. Edgar W. Nye, widow of the late "Bill" Nye, the famous humorist, is dead at the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. W, Pharr, at Avoea plantation, near Mor gan City. Mrs. Nye -was 56 years oldw Fire Among Foot Ball Outfits. Cleveland, O., Nov. 5. Sixty lockera and all the uniforms of the 'varsity foot ball team were destroyed, and forty students were thrown into a pan ic by fire In the university school. Loss, $5,000. No one hurt. Thirty-Nine Horses Cremated. Pittsburg, Nor. 5. Fire destroyed the livery stables of William Hamilton & bons, 5307 Fifth avenue, east end, cremating thirty-nine horses and burn ing thirty-six carriages. The loss la about S60-OXJO. A NEW MAGAZINE "WOMAN." The Sixth of the Frank A. Munsey Com pany' Publications. The Frank A. Munsey company has, with the addition of its newest maga zine "Woman," increased the total num ber of its monthly publications to six. The oldest one of the six Is the Argosy, which is now nearly twenty-four years ond. The others are Munsey's, The All Story, The Scrap Book and the Rail road man's magazine. The total cir culation of these six magazines is over 2,200,000 copies and the amount of fic tion issued by this one publishing house every thirty days, is said to weigh ove five tons. "Woman" is a straight reading maga zine, making up for its lack of illus trations by its wealth of stories, arti cles and departments. It was appar ently built on the principle that a wom an would rather read a good story than glance over a few pages of more or less interesting illustrations. The princi ple is undoubtedly a sound one, when the stories are as much worth reading as those in the November "Woman." The first number indicates that Mr. Munsey has again accomplished a seem ing Impossibility in finding a new field for a new magazine. This is however as it should be, for since Mr. Munsey introduced the first 10 cent magazine. the publishing world has botten more or less into the habit of waiting to sea what he will do next. "Woman" is his latest answer and a very good one. Xions Raided African Village. Fifteen or twenty lions suddenly raided the town of Chorumo, in British, Central Africa, the other evening at dusk and killed and ate 11 persons. The other inhabitants fled in their canoes and the lions prowled through deserted streets. Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM raw HZJ f7? 3 s t I . f