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Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE THREE. Gary News Cecil Sigler of Cedar Lake visited here last evening. James 11. Ilyman, cashier of the Land company, went to Chicago this morning on business matters for the company. The painters expect to complete their work on the schools and Jail by the end of the week. Mr. Sargent of Ahlvord ft Burdick spent yesterday here with the corps on work on the sewer and water system. Mr. Tischbeln, the harness maker, has started the erection of his shop on Broadway, next to Goldberg's. L. Goodman of Oxford, Ind., Is mak ing arrangements for the erection of his building in block 60, on the east lde of Broadway. The Blome company resumed work today in spite of the snow, shoveling it away wherever it covered their work. The exceedingly heavy fall has proven a handicap to a large part of the work ers here. It ranged from five to nine Inches in depth. Gary Oytr Bay. Served In any tyle, at all hours. Prospect avenue and Droadnay. Frank Reiland, prop. Mrs. Cohen, an intimate friend of the family of James H. Hyman, cashier of the Land company, visited here to day. She resides in New York and during her visit in the west she is tak ing in the new steel city in which her friends are so much interested. The Calumet Supply company, of which Mr. Staples Is the active member here, is pushing rapidly the erection of its temporary quarters just east of the Lake. Shore depot. , They will handle everything In the way of material and supplies that a builder or contractor will need with the exception of lumber. The contract for a substantial two story building on the property re cently purchased by him was let by Mr. Dellachiesa of Chicago today. The property is next to that owned by Jas. Rodgers on Broadway, Just south of the Wabash railroad. The contractor, Mr. Moe, is the one who erected the Steel company's barracks along the south bank of the river. Joseph Martin, recently a member of the Hammond police force, was today appointed a deputy marshal on the local force. "Joe" has undoubtedly made good on Hammond's excellent force and the fact that we are getting such good material here should be con vincing evidence of the manner of men who will look after the police work in our city. Charles T. Palmer, of the Dyer-Palmer company, of Chicago, came down on the noon train today to look after his interests here. He is inventor of a process of hardening cement con struction by which the concrete is made practically impervious to water. In competition with many others he won large contracts on the drainage canal near Chicago. East CKicago Mrs. Alyea has been spending a few days in Chicago with friends. Miss Gertrude Jacobson is spendinj a few days in the city. Quite a crowd made a trrp through the mills last night. Mrs. Bertha Martin, who has been the guest of Mrs. Brimmer, returned to her home in Milwaukee yesterday. II. A. Prosser, general manager of the De Lamar Copper Refining com pany, spent yesterday at the plant. Mrs. G. A. Johnson entertained a number of her friends last night. The evening was spent in playing cards after which a lunch was served. Rev. Aaron's speech yesterday before the Reading club was very much en Joyed. His subject was "Scandanavlan Literature." A large number attended. Harry Silverman, cousin of Moses Silverman, has just returned from a tour through Europe, and was in East Chicago yesterday visiting his friends and relatives. Miss Jones, the music teacher in the high school, is making preparations for a cantata to be given during the holidays. She wants to get about twenty-five voices for the choruses. Plans have been out for the storage house to be built by the Lake County Ice & Cold Storage company. The members of the company held a meet ing last night, but did not award the contract. Quite a fire broke out at the Ameri can Conduit works last night about 6 o'clock. Immediately after the alarm was sent in the fire department re sponded. This fire is about the worst thev have had and the loss is estimated at about $300. Moon & Hale have begun on the grading contract for the Lake Shore & South Bend railway. They are erect ing shacks for their men, so they can live out there. The kitchen, the most Important of all, will be completed by tomorrow. STONY ISLAND. Mrs. Mayhue Proudy of Burnside visited her mother, Mrs. James Porter, Tutsday. Mrs. J. Hassluger of South Chicago visited her sister, Mrs. R. Woodcock, Tuesday. James Qulnn. George Keevcr, Frank Croke and Tommy Darcy are practic ing up for the concert that will be giv fn at South Chicago in the near fu ture. The bazaar at the M. E. church will begin Tuesday evening on account of the entertainment that is going to be given by the Stony Island school Fri day evening for the benefit of the new school house in Central avenue. West Pullman. F. Haines has moved into the Jack son residence, 12134 Butler street. Mr. Smith is adding improvements to his home on Parnell avenue. ..Mrs. Lace has moved into the Odd Fellow's hall to superintend the jan itor work there. Mrs. McAllister of Woodlawn, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Crandall for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Pilon are very proud of the baby girl who recently arrived at their home. ROSELAND AND KENSINGTON. The announcement of the removal of Rev. P. J. Tlnan from Holy Rosary parish to Columbklll's church, Grand avenue and Paulina street, which was made at 6 o'clock mass Sunday morn ing, was met by a grievous surprise by the early communicants and at all the other servicees throughout the day and it was received with no less surprise and sadness on the part of Father Tln an on the evening before, when his ap pointment reached him. He had taken the examination required with fifty other prominent priests and was the one selected by Archbishop Quigley to fill the vacancy which was caused by the death of Rev. N. J. Nooney, which occurred a short time ago. Twenty years ago Father Tinan came to Holy Rosary. The parishoners were then worshiping in the basement of the now handosome edifice. The church was built soon after his pastorate began. A little later the parsonage was built, and about four years ago a substantial school building with all modern im provements was erected and a new par sonage is now nearly completed. All of these improvements have been made under his watchful care and judgment. His removel to St. Columbkill's parish is a promotion and a compliment to his integrity of purpose and his strong at tachment to ecclesiastical observances. Without this thought In mind many of his parishioners could hardly be recon ciled. Father Tinan preached his fare well sermon Sunday and will go some time this week to take up the work of his new parish. Sunday Miss Boughton of 112th Place visited with friends in tne city. After a two month's visit with Mrs. E. Hillebrand, Miss Anna Smith of Mor rison, has returned to her home. Mr. Pearson of 117th street has pur chased the property belonging to Chas. Tolf of 112th street. Miss Grace Viall, who Is attending the Rockford seminary, spent Saturday and Sunday at her home 11730 State street. East Side News. Clarence Jones of the East Side has moved to Soutli Dcering. Joseph Harris has resigned his po sition with the Albert Schwill Malting company. The Olan Petri society of the Swedish Lutheran church met at the church last evening. The Andree Lodge. No. 19, I. O. S. will give a grand ball on the evening of Nov. 17, at Lakeside hall. Mr. and Mrs. Gust Nelson of the East Side will leave for the south in the near future The Serosls and young people's so cieties of the Swedish Lutheran church met at the home of Miss Monnie Berg Tuesday evening. A birthday party was give in honor of the 11th anniversary of her birth for Miss Amanda Hallgren at her home yes terday. About twenty-five guests as sembled and the evening was made en joyable by all. Axel Larson, of the East Side, who is a single man as far as all his friends know and believe, had an unusual ex perience one night this week. A well dressed woman called at his residence and asked for Mr. Larson. He went to the daar but she looked at him with disappointment and said that he was not the man she was looking for. She said further that she was from New York and was looking for her husband who had the same name as Mr. Larson and had left her some time ago. Lowell News. A. P. Walker, who has lived on the Gifford farm south of Plum Grove, will soon move to the farm of Ed Donnaha near Southeast Grove. Mrs. Roy Bates and two sons moved to Hammond Wednesday. Two of her daughters now hold positions in that city and Clarence will work in the W. B. Conkey printing plant. David Miller, wife and daughter, after an absence of a few years at Frankfort, Ind., are again residents of Lowell. Mr. Miller will take back his old position as head salesman in C. O. Hill's general store. They will live in Mrs. Clara Williams' house on North Halstead street. Their many friends welcome them back. Will Ribbentrop may be safely called the champion corn husker in this neck of the woods. One day recently he husked 119 bushels and scooped it oft the wagon into the crib down on Lewis Littles farm. The total time in husk ing and scooping was about eleven hours. It made three big loads and was husked very clean. This is a rec ord hard to beat. Joe Martin who has been visiting in this vicinity for a few days, has re turned to Hammond. He informed his friends here that he had resigned his position on the police force at Ham mond to take another policemanship on the department being organized at Gary. He believes he has a better op portunity for advancement in the new steel city. Valparaiso News. Herman Sievers was in Chicago Tues day on business. Charles Fetke of Michigan City was in town Tuesday on business. Edward Howard was in Gary Tues day, the guest of friends. J. A. McConahy was in Chicago on business Tuesday. A. C. Minor was in Chicago on busi ness Tuesday. Mrs. TV. II. Gardner is visiting in Chicago for a few days. The advance man for the American Stock company was in town Tuesday. A. D. Young was in Chicago Tuesday on account of his wife being operated on. Mrs. G. Keiss end Mrs. F. Green of Knox, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Orris Booth here for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, who have been visiting Emmerson Bowser and wife, returned home Tuesday to Wisconsin. Ross Gay of Chicago, who has been home for about a week, returned to work this morning. W. G. Windle and Will Gardner are attending the state bankers' convention at Indianapolis, which will be in ses sion Wednesday and Thursday. Theodore R. Weedham of Seattle, Wash., and Miss Margaret J. Hutcheon of Chicago, obtained a marriage li cense Tuesday morning. Frank Alyea and Frank White, who have been home since Sunday, return ed Tuesday afternoon to their work in Chicago. Hegewisch News Mrs. Charles Fisher has moved into the house formerly occupied and own ed by Mr. Anderson, 132nd and Ontario. Frank Bock has bought fifty feet on Howard avenue and will build a brown stone front in the spring. Mr. Renbarger's cousin, who has been paying him and his wife a visit, has re turned to her home in Goshen, Ind. Mrs. I. Silverman entertains the Whist club Thursday afternoon of this week. John Wellig moved into his new flat building on Houston avenue. His son-in-law, Fred Paul, will occupy the sec ond flat. No excitement around town this last pay day. Surely Hegewisch cannot ex-pi-ct to be in the lime light unless her citizens keep busy. Mrs. Theodore Anderson had an op eration performed for a tumorous growth in her side, by Dr. Clark of Hammond. The K. of P. dance, last Saturday evening was a grand success financially and socially. The Knights always show up well whenever there is pros poets of a good time. The Northwestern shops have nearly completed two new buildings to be used for car repairing and erecting new cars. We understand this new plant has contracts to build 1.000 box cars for the New York Central lines. R. O'Rourke sold his place on How ard avenue last week to Mr. Nelson, the "Batler's" father. This will give Mr. Nelson an opening for streets into the forty acres of recent purchase, which he now intends to sub-divide. Burnside and Daulphin Park. The mother of Engineer Phelps is very ill at her home in STth place. Mrs. Whltcomb of 87th place is ser iously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. B. M. Forst will entertain the Lotus club tomorrow afternoon at her home in Burnside avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jacques have returned from Michigan and have gone to house keeping in their old home in 92nd place. Dauphin Park and Burnside are ex periencing an epidemic of whooping cough among the children. Mrs. Frank Johnson of Cottage Grove avenue entertained the Vesta circle card club yesterday. St. John News. Mrs. Helen Austgen left for Ham mond yesterday morning. Messrs. Mat. Wachter and John Schmal returned from Chicago last night. The value of a telephone iji the farm house was proved again last night, when an automobile exploded and started a fire on John Dewes' premises. Everybody responded quickly to the call of the telephone from the house and checked the flames from spreading to the other buildings. The Beaver dam bridge was taken out last Monday on account of the dredge working its way across the road. People going to Crown Point must take another road to get there. The telephone wires at places are cut for the same reason, which made it difficult to send messages to Crown Point from this place. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schumacher left for Turkey Creek to attend the mar riage of their nephew, John Rouschel ange, to Miss Nora Franz. The famil ies of both contracting parties had made extensive preparations and issued many invitations to the wedding. Everything came to an abrupt end by the sad accident which befell the groom's brother, Peter Rouschelange, who is at the Crown Point sanitarium suffering from a severely crushed foot, received last Friday, as was stated in these columns yesterday. All invita tatlons to the wedding were withdrawn and it will now be only a family af fair. Whiting News! Mrs. Cagin visited in Chicago yester day. Carl Johnson of East Chicago was in Whiting yesterday. Alva Bumhour was in South Chicago last night. The "Merry Cobbler" will be repeated tonight at Goebel's opera house. Mrs. William Thomas and daughter saw "Caught in the Web" at the Calu met last night. Misses Winnie Fieres and Grace Flaugher were Chicago visitors last night. The Woman's Home Missionary so ciety will give a pie social in the par lors of the M. E. church, Nov. 21. There was no school here today. The teachers spent the day visiting differ ent schools, but the majority visited the Evanston school. The Ladles' Aid society of the Con gregational church held an all day ses sion yesterday and ate dinner in the church parlors. In the evening the Priscilla club ate their suppers there. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pfeifer and son, Peter, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Koch of John street, attended a delightful birth day party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Michaels at Englewood, 111. last night. The Owl slub held their annual elec tion of officers Tuesday evening. The new officers are: Edward Greenwald, president; W. A. Tipton, vice president; and James Judson, secretary and treas urer. Misses Ella Klose, Margaret Griffith and Grace Kiefer and Messrs. Eliot De Land, Axel Connors and Roy Green formed a theatre party to the Stude baker, where they saw "On Parole." The many friends of Charles L. Morse will be pleased to learn that he is com fortably located at 1256 West 69th street where he has opened dental par lors. About twenty-five members of the Lutheran church gathered at the home of Mrs. Falkenthal in John street yes terday afternoon to help celebrate her birthday. The afternoon was very pleasantly spent in social conversation after which luncheon was served. The ladies departed about 5:30 o'clock wishing Mrs. Falkenthal many happy returns of the day. Miss Edith Gladfelter entertained nine of the high school boys at a fudge party at the home of Miss Schoeneman in LaPorte avenue. Two prizes were given in a button sewing contest. Rus sell Smith was awarded first prize for sewing on the most buttons in ten min utes and Oliver Bartek was awarded second. Miss Gladfelter wras assisted in entertaining by Miss Trout, who told fortunes, and introduced various other games which were much enjoyed by the boys. Indiana Harbor. E. H. Pierce of Knox, Ind., transact ed business in the Harbor this morning. J. S. Evans of Pennsylvania avenue has an attack of tonsilitis. Thomas Lewis made a short trip to Chicago on business today. Albert De W. Erskine made a busi ness trip to Chicago this morning. F. J. Teal made a short business visit to Chicago today. Rev. Thos. Mungovan of St. Patrick's church is in Whiting today attending a conference at the church of the Sa cred Heart. The fancy work club was entertained this afternoon by Mrs. H. E. Lindqulst at her home in Commonwealth avenue. W. II. Cooper of Chicago made a few business calls here this morning on our merchants. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bland, who have been the guests of the former's brother, II. A. Bland for the past week, started to their home in Vermont today. C. P. Burdick, of the Lake Caunty Lumber company, who has been in Cleveland, O. for the past few days on business, returned home Tuesday even ing. The body of J. Kerns, who died here Sunday from typhoid fever, was taken to his former home in Renova, Penn., by the Pennsylvania company yester day afternoon. Robertsdale Mrs. II. Eggers Jr. of Roberts avenm was a Chicago visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Agnes Roberts and Miss Helen ilcLain shopped in Chicago Tuesday. Robert Atchison made a business trip to Chicago yesterday. H. Furguson of Chicago called on Robert Atchison Tuesday. Misses Ruth and Ethel Jewett saw "Caught in the Webb" at the Calumet last evening. Mr. Spr lding, constable-elect of East Chicago called on Richard Schaaf Sr. yesterday. John Barr of Roberts avenue will open a meat market at Flangers & Eg gers old stand this week. Mrs. Fehrman, who has been living with her daughter and son, is keeping house for Barney McKenna and family. Mr. August, contractor from Chicago, began work with eight carpenters at the Standard Steel Car company at Hammond Monday. Win Jenkins of Winamac. Ind. is the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Frank Schultz of Reese avenue. He will spend part of the winter here visiting. Mrs. A. K. Whitelaw of Roberts ave nue, who underwent a serious opera tion at the Lake Side hospital of Chi cago, came home today. Her many friends are glad to see her back again. The Marquette Pedro club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Aldrich last evening. The honors were awarded to the following: Mrs. Ed Freese, first; Mrs. Chas. Flauger, second; and Miss Mary Stein, consolation. Harry Stross. first; Chas. Flaugher, second; and Dick Blaul, consolation. Light refreshments were served, and a most enjoyable time was had by all. Black Oak News Gasper Ileinman of Hammond got the limited number of ducks here yesterday. Nick Ryzewski of Hammond stopped here yesterday on his way to Tolles ton. Dick Schoon was a Hammond visitor today. Henry and Lewis Ewen bagged quite a number of ducks here yesterday. A great many rabbits were bagged here yesterday. Messrs Cassin & Frink of East Chi cago were business visitors here yester day. Frank Cofcic has leased a corn husk ing machine and expects to do a great deal of work this fall. South Chicago. Calumet Theatre. In the society drama "Heart's Astray" which will be the attraction at the Calumet theatre, for the week beginning Sunday, Nov. 18, Miss Grace Rauworth, the leading woman will wear three of the most costly gowns ever worn by an actress in a Chicago Stock company. The three gowns were especially imported from Paris for this production at a cost of J3.000 and one of them is unique In itself being the only dress of its kind in ex istence. The three gowns which the versatile leading woman will wear are a white grape calling gown which alone cost $1500; a gray spangled evening gown and a yellow rennaus ance gown. Her gowns are simply stunning and the three new ones will be annexed to Miss Rauworth's ward robe of thirty-two complete costumes When a member of the Busch Temple Stock company Miss Rauworth's gowns are frequently commented upon by the press of Chicago. "Heart's Astray" is a very pleasing society play of a high class order and promises to make a big hit at the Calumet. The vaudeville for the week will be Alf Helt in his mimic monologue sKetcn, wnich is a very clever one and has met with much applause on the vaudeville stage throughout the country. CHEAP RATES. If you are going South, West, or Southwest, we can procure cheap rates for you. 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