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THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Mondav. Xov. 5. 1906. Good Clothes for the Boys 4 I ft i -srtnn Mil 'KTA For the strenuous boy they should be made of "iron." We have the next thing to it. Cultivate in him that desire to be dressed right; this you can do best by getting "thd habit" of coming to us. THE MODEL Majestic Building. a o o o O C) O o () o o o o c " 1 s. PHONE Q LADY ASSISTANT O First claea Hywtj In Priyate ambulanoe O connection. Night calli Offlca open nijht () promptly attended. and day NICHOLAS EMMERLINQ O SsccaMor tm Krtat 4k Eamorllnx UNDERTAKER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR PRACTICAL EM BALM ER. 211 Sibley Street, Hammond, Ind. f. Vj o o 0", 4, rm v 5AVE7WOCEW7S YOU CAN OWN A FARM We mean what we say. "The Marvin Plan' enables any one who will put away a small eum each day to own a farm that he can live on, or lease out, and in either case have a good income for life. Land is situated in the most productive belt in the United States. An absolutely safe, sure and profitable investment far superior to a savings bank. Let us explcia the plan to you. It is money in your pocket v to know our method of doing business. TRENHOLM, MARVIN & C(X D, 605 Baltimore Building Chicago, III. Artistic Commercial PrintingTimes Office Lake County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTERS P. R. MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND, Vice-Pres. A. II . TAPPER, Treasurer, S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office In Majestic BIdg., Hammond. (Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. 0 H iy e Home Made Candies. Special Sale. uncle Seiberts Bread Was the first prize winner at the National Master Baker's convention at Philadelphia as the most gluten bread on the market. Light and Porous Highly recommended by physicians. Made by our own process. For sale evrrywhere. The Hammond Baking Go. ' Incorporated HAMMOND. IND. SURVEY OF THE FIELD Speculation on the Probabilities of the Result of the Cast" ins of Ballots. ONE THI2SG THAT IS CONCEDED Democrats to Have a Bigg-er Eepre sentation in Congress. May Be a Landslide Either Way in New York Interesting Points in the South Gompers Campaign. Washington, Nov. 5. With election day but a few hours away the political situation has crystalized to an extent that permits a survey of the field, Uni ted, however, to the points where the battle has waged the fiercest between In two dominant parties for control of the Sixtieth congress and for state v .wtS KICHAX7 CROKER. supremacy. The lnanagers of both the Republican and Democratic campaign agree that the Democrats are to make gains over their present representation n congress. Both are also agreed as to the states where these gains are to com from, and both are directing the energies of the closing hours of the campaign to these battlefields. Democratic Gains in New York. In New York, where the state cam paign has eclipsed all else, the. vote for representative will be disturbed by lo- cfll conditions to such an extent that tho returns tomorrow night will sup ply perhaps the iaost interesting read- in pr for those at the headquarters of both congressional committees. A land slide for either candidate for governor would carry with it unexpected results as to the congressional ticket. It is conceded, on a normal basis, that the Democrats will make gains in this state. Situation in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania furnishes another, in teresting situation with the governor ship fijrlit between Lewis Emerv. Democrat and Lincoln party candidate, and ex-Mayor Stuart, of Philadelphia. Republican nominee. Many Republic an and Democratic heavyweights have been sent into the western part of the state and the campaigning has been lively. Representative Dalzell, of Titts burg, Is having opposition, which some time ago assumed rcrious proportions, In Ir. R. J. RIack. ex-mayor of Mc Keesport. R. A. Aiken, ex-district at torney of Lawrence county, is making a vigorous campaign against Repre sentative Acheson, whose majority in 1904 was 13,000. INTEREST IN THE SOUTH In. a nan making: vigorous contests dozen others. Gompers has been a'so hennl from in the fight in Chicago, and in Speaker Cannon's district in Illinois. In Missouri the Democrats have great hopes of regaining the five districts lost to them in the tidal wave of two years ago. Much has been done In tlii9 state to arouse the party vote by Bry an and Folk. In Idaho the Republic ans raised the issue of "Law and Or der" in support of the state's prosecu tions of otiicers of the Western Federa tion of Miners for complicity in the murder of ex-Governor Steunenberg, while Senator Dubois, who is leading the Democratic fght, declares Mormon ism the issue. In Utah the Mormon church is said to be supporting the Republican nom inee for congress. W. D. Haywood, one of the miners' federation officials, now a prisoner in Idaho, is the Social ist party candidate for governor of Colorado. Democrats are confidently looking for gain in Indiana and Iowa. In Massachusetts the governorship fight eclipses all else. Curtis Guild, Jr., Republican, is opposed by John R. Moran. nominated by the Democrats, Prohibitionists and Independence league. JUST ONE DAY OP REST Then the New York leaders Start on a Hot V.ind-Up. New York, Nov. 5. The two candi dates for governor of New York, Ilughes and Hearst, rested Sunday aft er their strenuous eamrtaigning last week, which closed very late Saturday night. Both are scheduled for a num ber of speeches today in Manhattan, and it probably will be late in the night before election before they will have made their final appeals to the voters. The usual "Sunday before election" gathering under the auspices of Tam many was held in Harlem. The speak ers included Representatives Bonrke CocJcran and Francis Burton Harrison. Cockran said he believed the political movement headed by nearst to be "in spired by God, and therefore irresisti ble." election officials and tho police de partment are making thorough prepa rations to prevent frauds and main tain order at the polls. The details of the preparation against fraud are very thorough. Michigan's Interetinjj Feature. Detroit, Nov. 5. The most interest ing feature of the political situation in Miehigaa for several months has been the campaign for United States sena tor. William C. McMillan, of Detroit; Representatives William Aldon Smith, of Grand Rapids, and Charles E. Townsend, of Jackpon, and Hon. Ar thur Hill, of Saginaw, are the Re publican candidates. HEAD TBE030PHIS HUET Olcott in a Hallway Wreck in Italy and "in a Bad Way," Says a Dispatch. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. Colonel Henry Steele Oicott, of Adyar, India, the president-founder of the thcoB&phl cal society and co-worker in her life- Of.: T2! K7 vtr DEXRT STEELS OLCOTT. time of the late Helen F. Blavatslty, has been sreriously injured in a railway wreck in Italy, according to private advices received by a member of the society in this city. Beyond stating that he had been placed in a hospital and is "in a bad way," no details are given. Because of his advanced age fears for his ie covery are entertained. Colonel Olcott at the time was on his way home to India from Chicago, where he had pre sided at the annual convention of the American section of the Theosophieal society, held in that city in September. Falls on November 29. This is Official. Commence Now your campaign for your Thanksgiving Suits, Overcoats, Trousers or Fancy Vests. The Only Place in Hammond for a perfect fit in the lat est styles and cloth. 100 CENTS ON THE DOLLAR IS THE VALUE DAVE KIRSCH GIV3S YOU. A Complete Line of the most Tasty Patterns on the Mar ket You are certain to get one that will please you Suits to Order, $13.50 to $50 Pants to Order, $4 to $12 DAVE HIRSCf Hammond Building 203 Fayette Street HE GOT ONE TURKEY KILLED TOR HIS CHIVALRY Centers in Three States Gompers' Or ganized Labor Campaign. In the south the interesting points are in Texas, Mississippi and Tennes see. In Texas a campaign against the re-election to the United States senate of Joseph W. Bailey is making things lively. M. M. Crane is regarded as the Hears a Woman Scream, and Rushing to Her Rescue Is Murdered by Her Husband. Cleveland, Kov. 5. Theodore D. Shafer, 31 years of age, was shot and killed in the Empire hotel by W. F. Willis, n Pennsylvania railroad switchman. Shafer, a boarder at tne hotel, heard Willis wife screaming for help, and while endeavoring to gain admittance to the Willis apartments the door was flung open by Willis, who fired three shots at Shafer, killing him. Willis escaped from the hotel, but was later captured by a policeman aft er George Gilbert, a brother-in-law of the murdered man, had run Willis down and was about to shoot him with a rifle. Shafer, who leaves a wid ow and little girl, formerly lived in Toledo, O. Two Hilled by Electricity. Sioux Falls, S. D., Nov. 5. Charles Pollock and O. F. Homberg. linemen in the employ of a telephone company, were killed by electricity while at work on telephone pole about twenty five feet from the ground. A guy rope became crossed with an electric lignt wire and when the current was turned President Hunts the Elusive Bird for Three" Days Before Tie Succeeds. Washington, Nov. 5. President and Mrs. Roosevelt have arrived at Wash ington from Pine Knot, Va., where they went Wednesday last on an out ing. The president spent his entire time while at Pine Knot in hunting wild turkeys. He hid never shot one, although he often hunted them. Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings the start was made at 4 o'clock, and the hunt kept up all day. It was not until late Saturday after noon, however, that th? president ac complished his desire. He shot n wild turkey, the only one shot during the three days of hunting. THE JOS. W. WEIS, R. Ph. RUGGI 98 State Street. Phone No. 1. Buy that Engagement Ring where you get the finest dia mond for your money. i ,13 st Terribly Fatal Mine Accident, Corning, O., Nov. 5. Four mem were killed and two seriously injured in an accident at mine No. 1 at San Toy, the men being crushed in a mine cage and their bodies hurled to the bottom of the shaft, 150 feet below. The dead are Casper Weaver, John Hindo and two foreigners, names not ascertained. The injured John Wright, both legs broken and internal injuries; Archie Williams, aged 15, body crushed, may die. Happy Over Peary's Success. St. Johns. Nd., Nov. 5. The news of Commander Peary's latest achieve ment in Arctic exploration was re ceived here with great satisfaction. Captain Bartlett and the other officers and crew of the Roosevelt being New foundlanders. Sir William MacGregor, governor of Newfoundland, himself an explorer and geographer of world wide reputation, wired his heartiset congratulations to Commander Peary. ster 175 South Hohman St. try Did a Cowardly Murder. Tittsburg, Nov. 5. On the eve of hia departure for Italy to serve in the army Antonio Savinelll, 19 years of age, was shot and instantly killed by Colementino Valendino, a companion, at Rankin. Pa., a suburb of this city. Following a trivial quarrel the mur derer placed his arms about Savinelli's neck as though seeking forgiveness, and then suddenly fired two shots into his body. ..:' .... w i t. . v . 1 s I ft. -V a :. .,7 " . ' - J! - . . , l C i."- v -Vhr' ht- 'ri. - r. " - 1 - ...... GOV3KSOB VABDA5IAK OP MISSISSIPPI. leader of the anti-Bailey forces. In Mississippi Representative Williams, the Democratic floor leader of the house, is making a race for the senate against Governor Vardaman. Tennes see furnishes interest because of the governorship nght between H. Clay Evan?, Republican. and Representative Patterson, Democrat. The Republicans in the state have hopes of electing more than the two members to ccm-gi-ess they now have. The districts where Samuel Gomper. president of the Federation of Labcr, has made a fight are also points of interest. The labor leader paid his com pliments la?t to Representative Mudd, of Maryland. In Ohio Representatives Kennedy, of the old McKniley district, has been antagonized by Gompers, wh supported John C. Welty, the Demo cratic nominee. The Democrats, now 17. 8. Army Officer Has Yellow Jack. Havana, Nov. 5. Scond Lieuenant on in the latter to test it the men re-, ob!e 'L of h infantry. ceived the full voltage and were in stantly killed. College Foot Dall Scores. Chicago, Nov. 5. Following are the principal college foot ball scores: At Madison Iowa 4. Wisconsin IS; at Minneapolis Nebrask 0, Minnesota 13: at Cambridge Brown 5, Harvard 9; at West Point Tale 10, Cadets 6; at Princeton Dartmouth 0, Princeton 42; at Ithaca Dartmouth 0, Cornell 23: at Ann Arbor Vanderbilt 4, Mich igan 10: at Lafayette Notre Dame 2, Purdue 0. . was discovered on board the transport Sumner with yellow fever and caused five hours delay in the departure of the vessel. He has been removed to the Animas hospital. His illness is diagosed as yellow fever of a mild type. Hammond Distilling Co, Distillers of Hammond Bourbon Hammond Sourmash Hammond Rye Malt Gin Hammond Dry Gin Cologne Spirits Refined Alcohol Daily Capacity, 25.000 Gallons Gans Signs with Kid Herman. Cincinnati. Nov. 5. Joe Gans, who is playing an engagement at a local theater, met "Kid" Herman, of Chicago, at the Gibson House here and signed articles to fight twenty rounds or to a finish, as the club may desire, on New Year's Day, before the Tona pah (Nev.) Athletic club. The purse is to be 520,000, winner to get 60 and the loser 40 per cent. Passed for Cadet ships. Washington, Nov. 5. The following earned applicants for cadetship in the revenue cutter service have passed the required examination and will soon receive their appointments: Warner K. Thompson, Ames. Ia.; Gordon T Fin lay, Battie Creek, Mich.; Roy Munra, Detroit. Died Worth $13,275,356. New York, Nov. 5. Appraisement of the property of William Zeigler, con cluded Saturday, shows that the gross personal estate is $11,077,140. net per sonal S10ASC701. Tho real estate amounts to $2,2SXC5o, making the n. bolding but one district in Ohio, ar J real and personal $13,275,356, of i i ' i - - j j ' - - Y -1. . - . f . - . -ipt , - fmt- A- s r-- 7r N Z- The beantifni homes iUnstrated above, located on Sumner street, one of the most popular streets in Ham mond. For sale Gostlin, Meyn & Co., on exceedingly liberal terms. A small payment down the balance oa payments but slightly in excess of rent yon are aow paying.