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Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1906.
TUB LAKE COUNTY TIMES .PA OF RF.VY. W ant Column WANTCD Old feather beds and pil lows. I pay 10c to 50c per pound. Send p'7t;il, I will call. R. II. Moore, care of Lake County Times. 11-13-lw. WANTKI) Three or four unfurnished rims for light housekeeping after !' 1; modern conveniences. Apply at The Kakk County Times. 11-14-1-wk WANT KL experienced stenographer. Mal: preferred. Simplex Railway Ap pliance Company. 11-1 t-tf. WANTED A porter at Ituhstadt's.-11-13-;'. t. WAXTI-U) Hoarders and roomers. In quire at Lake Counts' Times office. ll-13-:u. "WANTED Young lady for general all round officii work. Inquire at room 41R, Hammond building. 11-13-lt. "WANTED Millde aged woman or good girl for . general house work and cooking. Hix room flat, no washing or ironing. Two in family. ?5 or ?G per week for capable person. 1051 Gar Held boulevard. Hat 5, Chicago, 111. 11-10-lw. 31 K WAVI'EU At (ioif at Ulock IN.UaU Iron Co., at Kast Chit-ago; good wnsft paid. 1 l-9-4t WANTED Call boy at Erie yard of fice. Apply to E. L. Allnutt, yard master.. 11-7-tf WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel foundries, Indiana Harbor, Tnd. 10-26-tf WANT I'D Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor. Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED Correspondent; young lady, 33 years, single, retired, well educat ed, having the very host reputation; a good Catholij, wishes to correspond with gentleman of same age; German or Irish; must be well educated and a good Catholic; business man prefered; fortune hunters need not write, for I have none; photos exchanged later. Address E., Lake County Times, Ham mond. Ind. 10-22-tf WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor. Indiana. 10-16-tf. WANTED Carpenters at once. Ameri can Steel Foundries, Indiana Harbor, Indiana. 10-16-tf. FOR RENT Furnished room; all mod ern conveniences; suitable (or two gentlemen; with board, if preferred. 15 Sibley street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms. Gas, electric light and bath. Call 74 South liohman street, upstairs. 11-1 4-6t. FOR RENT Two furnished room for light housekeeping. 51 Ogden street. ll-13-3t. FOR RENT Hall for club and society purposes. Former Hammond club rooms. Apply to A. II. Tapper, or to Hammond & Cormany Insurance Co. 7-17tf FOR SALE. One large soft-coal heat er, $7; also one house organ. 312 Walter street. 11-12-lwk FOR SAEE Cottage and 5j) foot lot near Conkey plant. $700 cash. In quire of Richard Seibert, Hammond Baking Co. Hammond building, 11am mand. Tnd. ll-12-Gt. FOR SALE Cheap. Penninsular base burner, and cook stove; first class condition. Telephone 1133. 10-23-tf FOR SALE Kindling wood by the load, cheap. A. C. Torbet Co. lC-25-tf FUH SALK Xew M-room house, in oil er it ; large barn; on Warren afreet; a bargain at $3.:UK; sold on account of Icknest. GOSTLIM, MEYS & CO. 10-16-tf Carter s first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. B-29tf The name of the Erlebach Planing Mill 13 changed to the Invalid Appli ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co., 406-40S-410-412 Indiana avenue, telephone 1871. O'l ICE. The launch Alji will leave the land ing at the bridge on Calumet avenue, for Clark Station et the following hours daily: 6:00, 9:00. 12:00 a. rn. and 8:00 p. m. The boat will leave Clark Station returning at 6:30. 10:30 a. m. and 1:30, &'00 p. m. NIC KAIIL. 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 The International Correspondence Schools of Scranton, Fa., will have an exhibit of students' work, drawing out fits, bound volumes, etc., at Dr. E. R. Stauffer's drug store, 2S2 East State street, Hammond, Nov. 12th to 17. Over 200 courses of study for men and wo men. A cordial invitation is extended t.o everybody. A special discount will be given to all employes of the Simplex Railway Appliance company who enroll during the weekof the exhibit. 1 1-7-1 w J. L. WARD, Local Rep. Time Want Ails tiring Results. Have your prescriptions and family receipts tilled 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. j JOHN McGINNIS of the McGinnis Steam and Hot Water Heating company, Is thinking of locating a branch oSice here and would be pleased to hear from any one going to heat their business place or residence. Estimates given free. Located at present with Mr. Sehroeder, 3'.) Ogden street. 11-10-lw. Do not miss Barnie Young's concert on Wednesday evening, Nov 21, at Towle's opera house. Tickets now on sale at all drug stores. 11-7-tf. Barnie Young's band will give its fourth annual concert Nov. 21. .tt Towle's opera house. The Lyric Male Quartette of Chicago will take part, aison Mr. Harold DeBray, humorist, of Ohicago will -entertain with good stories. Tiekets now on sale at all drug stores. il-7-tf. " In the Way of Sport j TBI PICKED Hare is Given the Position of Quarter Over George Miller. PLAGES 10 SHELDON Cayou Thinks Solil, His Left Half, Is Worthy of a Place On the All-Star Team. The Indiana football authorities are beginning to speculate on the make-up of an all-Indiana eleven, and the In- lianapolis News has gone so far as to pick such a team. According to Bing ham, the sporting editor of the News, Indiana university is given eight places on the star lloosier aggregation. Wa bash is given two, Notre Dame one, and Purdue is kft out in the cold with not a single player on the team. Several years ago Miller of this city. the Wabash quarter, was given that position on the all-Indiana team, but now the authorities seem to agree that Hare, of the state university, is the man for the place, and even Cayou, the Wabash coach, accords him that honor. The only other place on the team that goes to Wabash is that of right guard, which is indisputably Suther land's, both because of his skill as a player and because of his experience and knowledge of the game. Coach Sheldon of Indiana gives Frurip the position at right-end, as does Bingham of the News, and the speedy Wabash player certainly de serves the place. Another of the play ers that n authorities seem to agree upon is Bracken, the left halfback on the Notre Dame team, but he is the only man from this aggregations that is -given a place in select company. When it comes to picking an all-star eleven by the coaches of the various teams they are all unusually generous with their own players. For instance, as Cayou sees it, the only outsiders that are needed to make his team man for man the best in the state are Wade, left-tackle, Waugh, center, and Hare, quarter-back. all of Indiana, and Bracken, fullback for Notre Dame. ... All1 Jimmy Sheldon needs to make his team an all-star eleven is Sutherland and Frurip of Wabash and Bracken and Callicrate of Notre Dame. Cayou thinks that Sohl of Wabash should be given a place on the all-Indiana team, and there could be no better proof that the local boy has made good in his position at left-half, and in his freshman year at that. The following is the team picked by the Indianapolis News as the stellar aggregation of the state: First Team. Bloom, Indiana, left end; Wade, Indiana, left-tackle; Hill, Indiana, left-guard; Waugh, Indiana, center; Sutherland, Wabash, right guard; Ifeckaman, Indiana, right tackle; Frurip, Wabash, right-end; Hare, Indiana, quarter-back; Bracken, Notre Dame, left half-back; Steele, In diana, full-back; Tighe, Indiana, right half-back. Second Team. Myers, Wabash, and Hutzell, Notre Dame, ends; Beaeora, Notre Dame, and Gipe, Wabash, tackles; Munson, Notre Dame, and Hess, Wabash, guards; Wellinghoff, Purdue, center; Miller, Wabash, quarter-back; Clark, Indiana, and Sohl, Wabash, half backs; Diener, Notre Dame, full-back. SOX TO STORM HAVANA; WILL BARNSTORM IN CUBA. At Least Six of the Champion are Ready to go and There are Enough Fant There to Make It Pay. It isn't going to be so very dull for the world's champion White Sox this winter, after all. Not if George Davis and "Jiggs" Donohue can help it. Al though there are no barns to storm in Cuba, properly speaking, the Sox are planning a grand barnstorming tour, and the chances are they will descend upon the island late this month tor a six weeks sojourn. Davis has had the Cuban junket idea for a long time, even before the world's series, and when he left for New York at the colse of the series he secured the addresses or Ins comrades, so as to be able to apprise them on short notice of the prospects of an expedi tion to the Pearl of the Antilles. Yesterday Donohue received -word from Davis the trip is almost sure to be a go, and asking that the first has man and his forces prepare to sail from New York Nov. 24. The expedi tion will be good training for the Sox when they go next spring to th City o Mexico, incidentally puttie: them wise to the Spanish mode of liv ing, so they will not seem utterly un civilized to the natives. !lt !ox Ready to Go. At least six of the Sox are ready t go. Nick Altrock and Frank Owen will pitch, Frank Roth will catch. Donohue will play first, Davis shortstop and Eddie Hahn right field. Charlie O'Leary and Herman Schaefer of the Detroit team will play third and sec ond bases respectively. No difficulty is anticipated in securing center and left fielders. Tannehill would go if it were not that he doesn't like to take chances with his lame leg. Baseball is popular in Cuba, and it is believed that with the patronage of the natives and of the Americans in Havana and the other cities there will be no lack of crowds. The prestige of the world's champions, it is believ ed, will make the visitors a big draw ing card. Hunters Hear the "Call of the Wild " and Many Respond. QUAIL AND M Plentiful, and the Woods Are Full of Squirrels Chickens Fat, From Reports. The hunting season in Hammond is at its height and local nimrods who have heard "the call of the wild" are scour ing the woods in the neighborhood in great numbers in searcli of game. The barber shops in the city seein to be the hunter's headquarters and it is there that they assemble the night before the hunt and tell what they are going to do and then return the day after to explain the shot that missed or the rea son for an empty game bag. Nov. 10 saw the general opening for the hunting season, as shooters may kill quail, rabbits, prairie chickens, squirrels and doves. Never has there been for many years such a large num ber of birds to please the hunter. Everywhere throughout the State the popping of guns intimate that the hunters are finding targets in great numbers. Great preparations have been made throughout the length and breadth of the State by the lovers of the sport in anticipation of the opening. Prairie chickens are unusually plenti ful and are very fat. This has been a ood season for fattening game of all sorts, and many men have been tempted to shoot out of season as some men can testify who have been caught. Squirrels and rabbits may be seen through the fields and along the roads at any and all times of the day. They are becoming so bold that they wTill come into thickly settled communities In consequence of the great numbers of complaints coming from the farmers against trespassing on property, Mr. Earle is advising the hunters that they ask permission of the farmers before going upon their property, because they are becoming very strict. It is only fair that they should do so, as the farmers' have' to take out licenses, and to have other men trespass on their property and orten commit wanton depredations is clearly an act that mer its censure. WEST IS WITH MICHIGAN IN GAME WITH PENN3Y Even the Maroons Hare Assured the "Wolverines that Chicago Hopes for Success Against I'ennsylvut.la iu the Comfug Gridiron Contest. "For Michigan, the west and Jo Curtis." That was the parting appeal which Professor Royal S. Copeland, th orator of the evening at an immense mass meeting at University hall, gave the Michigan team last night, lor the first time since lS'j'3 Michigan will meet an eastern team, and then it was Penn sylvania for opponents. The Quakers then just nosed out Michigan by 11 to 10 in the last few moments of the game. Handicapped as they are by the loss of Curtis and Patrick, the Michigan men are determined to wipe out that defeat if possible, and last night over 3.000 rooters gathered to let the team know that they were with them in spirit, even if the eastern passenger association barred them in person for lack of advantageous rates. Captain Joe Curtis, lying on his cot in the hospital, sent word to the crowd as follows: "Remember that no one man can make a football team. It takes eleven men, and I will feel con fident that the eleven men who will represent Michigan next Saturday will do their best and that they will win. When I get the word that Michigan has won I am going to get up and crack my heels together." The Maroon students are rooting for M'jhigan in the Wolverine-Pennsylvania game at Philadelphia next Sat urday. The Chicago supporters figure that it is the west against the east, and that Michigan's victory will be shared by the other conference teams. The Daily Maroon has taken note of the student, feeling and last night the editors of the paper mailed to Coach Yost the following letter: 'In the event of the departure of yourself and the Michigan football team for the east, the Daily Maroon, in behalf of the Chicago students in general, wishes to tender you and the team the sineerest hopes for success against Pennsylvania. The entire student body is with Michigan in this contest." The Wisconsin football team showed an alarming reversal in form during the practice yesterday, and Dr. Hutch ins is actually apprehensive that Pur due may win the final game of the badger season here next Saturday. The slump is not confined to one or two of the players, but is general, every member of the team seeming to be about equally affected. And as if this were not enough trouble for one day, Dr. Hutchins received information through Dr. Charles McCarthy tonight to the effect that the Purdue team is in the best shape it has been this season, and is planning to spring a big surprise on Wisconsin Five favorites enriched the backers of form at the Aqueduct track yester day. The only . first choice to fail was -'Zienap in tlie first race. Sae was badly beaten by Sister Frances at 5 to 1. The latter was the longest-priced horse of the afternoon to win. The success of the favorites was as sisted materially by the stewards, who disqualified California King, who fin ished first for the Stony Brook, stakes, and gave the race to Ormonde's Right, the 3 to 5 choice. The foul occurred a iunong irora tne nmsa m plain view of the spectators in the stand stand and the stewards. GIVES THE SUBS A CHANCE; STAGG LOOKS TO FUTUKE. Has Been Devotiuj; a Great Deal of Time on the Reserves and Will Give Thee Players a Chance. co a en fciugg s suds, wfio have been consistently kept under cover thus far this season, will get into the limelight for their share of the hero worship against the Illini at Marshall field next Saturday. As the Champaign team is not regarded as exceptionally danger ous the lesser lights win be called upon to do their share in piling up the score on the visitors. The Maroon director believes that the Illinois team will come to Chicago's camp primed for their best game the year, but at that he does not feel that it can turn the trick on his men. It is probable that some of the "subs" will be put into the lineup to start the game, and fairly certain that the var sity will get a vacation in toto before the contest is ended. In the Purdue, Indiana and Minne sota contests there has been little chance to give the understudies a test. They were used for a short time in the Purdue game, but their debut was of short duration. Stagg has been spending a' lot of time developing sub stitutes, and figures that they may as well be used before the season is over, Several of them are stars on their own accounts. BARRY AND KELLY DRAW; KELLY LANDS MORE BLOWS. Siler Announces Hugo the Winner and the Crowd Cheers- Barry wan the Favorite But Was Bested From the Start. The ten-round go last night between Dave Barry of California and Hugo Kelly of Chicago resulted in a draw. At the end of the tenth round both men were on their feet, with Kelly having had a little the best of the go from the start. Never before was a fiercer fight seen in Kalamazoo. Both men started fight ing hard and wound up by attempting to get In a knockout. Throughout the contest Kelly showed more speed, and landed the Californian many hard punches, but Barry stood the punish ment. When Referee Siler announced the decision the crowd cheered. Barry, who has been in training in the celery city the past week, was eas ily favorite, but was not able to land his blows as fast as his antagonist. Time and again the Chicago lad landed terrific blows on the face of his oppon ent, resulting in Barry's clinching. The crowd went wild in the seventh round when Barry showed an increase in strength and fought hard. Twich he drove Kelly to the ropes, but the latter kept his ground. CIRCUIT COURT TO CONVENE. Opens Monday In Meantime There's a Special Session This Week. (Special to Lake County Times.) Crown Point, Nov. 14. The regular term of the Lake County Circuit court opens Monday at Crown Point. The court is in special session this week in order to try- criminal cases. The jury commissioners have selected the fol lowing men to serve on the grand and petit juries: Grand Jury. C. E. Nichols. Lowell; James Black. Cedar Creek; Ernest Ilix on. Crown Point; Charles E. Bothwell, Ross: Fred Borman. Hammond; David C. Pulver, West Creek. Tetit Jury. W. L. Funkhousor, East Chicago; F. D. Prest, Hammond; Albert Foster, West Creek; Joseph A. Beattie. Crown Point; Trube Case, Ross; Jo seph Sutter, St. John; Robert Parks, Whiting: George Tassow, Hobart; M. II. Henderson, Winfield; James Grant Lowell; Herbert M. Esty, Center; Da vid Calnon, Hanover. Iddings is the only regular Maroon who sustained a serious injury in the game Saturday. His foot was injured, and he is forced to "hobble" around the campus wearing a tennis slipper. He will not be out for practice until Wed nesday and will allow the foot to get well entirely before using it. Kelley has a dislocated finger, but it does not bother him. NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING Of CREDITORS. 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 17th 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. Ind., October 31, 190S. Note Creditors will please observe requirements concerning proof of claims. See section S7 of bankruptcy act 1S98. General Order XXI and forms. Subscribe for The Lake Ceuaty Time Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate fur nished daily by the Lake County Title & Guarantny company, abstracters. :Crown Point- Ind Frank Hanson to Stanislaw Bucko, lot 10, block S. north west U section 32-37-9, East Chicago $ Lucius G. Fisher to Chicago, In diana & Southern railway, a triangular piece of land in east 2 southeast i section 5-36-9, containing .85 acres Michael Manncnhorn to Herbert D. Jones, lots 36 and 37, block 1, C. T.. L. & I. company's 4th addition. Tolleston Herbert D. Jones to Frank N. Gavit, lot 37. block 1. C. T.. L. & I. company's addition, Tol leston Gavit, lot 20, block 1, C. T., L. & I. company's 4th addition, Tolleston Henry Schrage to George P. Feder, lot 15, Schrage's 2d ad dition. Whiting John Miller et al to John Miller, Herbert D. Jones to Frank X. lots 23 and 21, block 1, F. R. Mott's addition, Griffith; also lot 43, block 13, Ridgewood ad dition. Griffith Johannes Kopelke to Charles W. Hotchkiss, block 26, lots 18 and 19, 20 and 21, block 6S, Indiana 673 ',00 400 Harbor 1,550 Bert J. Adolsperger to Frank Os- born, lot 41. block 14, Ridge wood addition, Griffith 400 In addition to the foregoing trans fers there have been filed for record five mortgages, three releases and three miscellaneous instruments. 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. LOW RATES TO NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA. Via Chicago, Milwaukee C St. Paul Railway. Harvester secon-class tickets, from Chicago to all points on Chicago. Mil waukee & St. Paul Ry. in North Dakota and South Dakota. Rates 114.50 for each person,, when five or more persons travel on one ticket. Tickets on sale daily until August 1. Low rates re turning November 30. E. Q. HAYDEN. Traveling Passenger Agent. 426 Superior Ave., N. W. Cleveland, O. L1CKXSB NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citizens of Hammond, North township, Lake county, Indiana, that I, W. C. Briggs, a male inhabitant of the city, 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, which is to be holden in Crown Point, on the third day of December, 1906, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time with the privilege of allowing the same to be drunk on the premises where sold. The place where said liquors are to be sold and drunk are described as follows: Bar room in the front of the first floor of the Majestic hotel, situated at the corner of State street and the Mo non tracks, on lot 2, block 2, Townsend & Godfrey's addition to Hammond, lad. Signed, W. C. BRIGGS, Hammond, Ind. Nov. 8, 1906. 11-8-3W NOTICE TO TEACHERS. I will hold a special examination for elementary and high school teachers at Crown Point, Ind., Nov. 17, 1906. Examination will begin at 9 o'clock a. m. Persons unknown to me must furnish documentary evidence 5f good character before being admitted to the examination. Respectfully, W. R. CURTIS, Superintendent Lake County Schools. NOTICE OF FINAL, SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE. IN THE LAKE SUPERIOR COURT. DECEMBER TERM, 1906. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN FOLCIK, DECEASED. No. 105. Notice is hereby given to the heirs. legatees and creditors of John Folclk, deceased, to appear in the Lake Su perior ourt, held at Hammond, Indi ana, on the 24th day of December, 1906, and show cause, if any, why the final settlement of accounts with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship. and receive their distributive shares. Witness the clerk of the Lake Su perior court, at Hammond, this 5th day of November, 1906. HAROLD II. WHEELER, Clerk Lake Superior CourL LICENSE NOTICE. Notive is hereby given to the citizens of Hammond, North Township, Lake County, ma., mat i, jonn uaraner, a male inhabitant of the city, 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, which is to be holden in Crown Point on the 3rd day of December, 1906, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous or malt liquors in less quantities than a quart at a time with the privilege of allowing the same to be drunk on the premises where sold. The place where said liquors are to be sold and drunk is described as fol lows: First floor front room, 23x60 in size, of a two-story brick building, 25x60 in size, with living rooms above Said building situated in lot 24, block 22, in Townsend & Godfrey's addition to Hammond, Ind. (Signed,) JOHN GARDNER, Nov. 5th. 1906. Hammond, Ind. U-5-3wk. RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD IZant Bound N'o. 14 Local points to Detroit. Hammond 11;4S a- m. No. 6 Throuch train Buffalo & New York. Hammond...'... 3:48 p.m. No. 12 Throutrh train Buffalo & New York. Boston. Ham mond ll:4Sp-ne west Round No. 5 to Chicago. Ills.. Ham- mond 6:16 am. No. 9 to Chicago. St. Louis & Kansas City. Hammond.... 9:34a.m. No. 1 to Chicago. Hammond.. 3:03p.m. No. 13 to Chicago. St. Louis A Kansas City 3:40 p.m. FRED N. HICKOK. Agent. Hammond. ERIE RAILROAD Effective Monday. July 23. l'iOfi. Weat Hound No. 27 5:45 a.m.. dally except Sunday. No. 7 6:12 a.m.. daily. No. 9 7:30a.m.. daily. No. 25 8:45 a. m., daily. No. 23 10:05 a.m.. daily except Sunday. No. 21 f:50 p. m. No. 3 4:43 p. m. No. !01 8:50 p. m., Sunday only, Bass Lake. No. 13 9 50 p. in., daily excep. Monday. East Bound No. 8 10:25 p, m.. daily. No. 28 6:55 p. m., daily except Sunday. Hammond only. No. 26 6:43 d. in., dally. No. 10 6:02 p. m.. daily. No. 14 4:20 p. m.. dally except Sunday. No. 4 11.63 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 aid 5 are through trains to Toledo, O.. and Pittsburr. Pa.. wlth chair cars and sleeper. All trains daily. For any information phone 2761. or write F. IL Tristram, Ass't. Gen. Pas senger Agent, 97 Adams street. Chi cago. I1L A. M. DEWE ESS. Agent PETITION OK BA.MvKLIT FOU HIS D1SCH AlHiE OHUEIt OF NO TICE THGKGOX. IN THE MATTER OF JOHN J. KEN- KEY, BANKRUPT. NO. 22, IN BANKRUPTCY. DISTRICT OF INDIANA, ss.: On this 19th day of October, A. D. 1906, on reading the petition of the bankrupt for his discharge. IT IS ORDERED BY THE COURT, That a hearing be had upon the same on the 19th day of November, A. D. 1906, before said court, at Indianapolis, in said district, at nine o'clock In the forenoon, and that notice thereof be published twice in The Lake County Times, a newspaper printed in said dis trict, and that all known creditors and other persons in Interest may appear at the said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of the said petitioner should not be granted. And it Is further ordered by the court that the clerk shall send by mail to all known creditors copies of said petition and this order, addressed to them at their places of residence as stated. WITNESS, the Honorable Al bert B. Anderson, judge of said court, and the seal SEAL. thereof, at Indianapolis, In said district, on the 19th day of October, A. D. 1906. NOBLE C. BUTLER, Clerk. NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION. In the matter of the Estate of Wm. II. Aussieker, Deceased. No. 241. Notice is hereby given that tho un dersigned has been appointed Admin istrator of said Estate, by the Judge of tho Lake Superior Court. Said Estate is supposed to be sol vent. LAKE COUNTY SAVINGS & TRUST COMPANY", Administrator. Dated Oct. 23, 1906. NOTICE. The barber shop in West State street, formerly owned by Harry Tut- tle has passed into the hands of A. Stamm. 9-26-tf CHICAGO TO THE CU V OF MEXICO WITHOUT CHANGE Ol-'' CARS. On Nov. 19 the Wabash, in connec tion with the Iron Mountain, T. & P., I. & G. N. and the National Lines of Mexico, will resume its Mexican special service from Chicago to the City of Mexico, leaving Chicago at 9:17 p. m. every Monday and Thursday. The Mexi can special consists of sleepers, obser vation cars and dining cars. Only three days on the road. Write for illustrated printed matter and full information. F. H. Tristram, A. G. P. A., 97 Adams street. Chicago. WBBB- 11 11 " ' At midnight in the sleeping room. The best protector of the home 'Gainst sickness, fire and burglary Is an extension telephone. It allows instant communication with th doctor, the fire-house or the police station. You call without running down stairs to the main instrument. And when you are I1L You talk di rect to business associates or friends without leaving the bed. The exten sion has a double value a protector and a comfert. 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. CHICAGO TELEPHONE GO. 1.. - -n . Jr. .ii., vn',j. Lt - ' "--, 3& ii I Subscribe for The Lake County Times. iiiU-n UN Time Table effective June 3. 190. south No. 35 No. S. No. 3. No. 39 No. 33 fl2:0S a, ra. 9:15 a. m. 12:50 p. m. 3:55 p. m. 9:50 p. m, North 6:10 a. m, S:47 a. m. 9:36 a. m. 11:11 a. m. s4:39 p. m. 6:02 p. m. x7;49 p. m, No. 4. No. 36 xo. to No. as j0. jS No. 6. No. 30 S Denotes SundavAn)4" X Dally except Sunday, r Flag stop only. J. C DOWNING. Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL Th sar Fall. Route. The following time table goes Into effect on the Michigan Central R. Sept. 30, 1906: ,. Train. Eaut. VftDally eX" Suridav. Detroit - 7, 7.58 ani any ex. Sunday. Grand Rapids EyP j.54 pro ounuay. Kalama- AIcm 3 65 pm Daily ex. Sunday. Grand KapUt,. Exp No. 6 Dally. Detrcit Exp....l0:47 pm No. 36 Dally. Atlantic Exp.. .12.43 am No. 14 due at Hammond at 3:47 p. m. will fctop to take on passengers for -....uao and polnt, ea8t thereo No 10 dff at Hammond at 11:10 a. rru. w.M stop to take on passenger for LuffaJo tnd points east thereof, when advance notlco Is given. Trains Weat. No. 41 Dally, Chicago Exp... :20 ara No. 37 Daily. Pacific Exp 6:40 ara No. 27 Daily ex. Sunday. Chicago XT L00 9:S5 am No. 43 Daily ex. Sunday, Chicago Express 11:53 am No. 9 Dally. Chicago Exp 2:06 pm No. 45 Daily ex. Sunday. Grand Rapids. Chicago Exp 4:08 pra No. 5 Dally ex. Sunday. Chicago MaH 5:18 pra No 47 Dally ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo. Chicago Local 7:05 pra No. 49 Sunday only, Kalamazoo Chicago Local 9:js pm I. B. DICKINSON. Ticket Agent. PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule In effect Sunday, Nov. 26, '06. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive HanVd Chicago Chicago Ham'd x 6:50 6:45 11:35 12:33 6:26 , 7:35 6:25 6:28 6:41 7:45 6:30 6:41 x 8:00 9:00 6:00 6:59 sl0:ll 11:10 8:05 9:01 xl2:3S 1 1.15 8:50 10:11 3:31 4i30 11:20 12t33 x 4:4S 6:05 3:50 4:43 5:32 6:30 4:15 6:23 5:33 7:00 4:30 5:33 X 7:00 6:00 5:40 6:43 0:15 7:1T Daily, x Dally except Sunday, s Sun day only. Black-face figures Indicate P. M.J light-face figures A. M. LOW RATES TO PACIFIC COAST. Via Chicago, Milwaukee A St. Paul Hallway. Colonist tickets, good in tourist sleeping cars will be sold from Chi cago to Seattle. Tacoma, San Francisco, Los Angeles and many other Paciflo coast points for $33, August 27 to October 31 Inclusive. Reduced rates to hundreds of other points west and northwest. Folder descriptive ot through train service and complete In formation about routes will be sent on request. E. G. HAYDEN, . Traveling Passenger Agent. 426 Superior Ave., N- W. Cleveland. I CAN SELL Your Real Estate or Business No matter where located. Proper ties and Business of all kind3 sold quickly for cash in all parts of the United States. Don't wait. Write today de 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 an) money. DAVID P. TAFF, THE LAND MAN 415 Kansas Ave., Tcpeka, Kan, FANCY GLEANER AND DYER Main Office and Works 8949 Commercial Av , South Chicago, 111. Hammond Office; 241 East Stato Street, With Singer Sewing1 Machine Co. Telephone 2601. WE WISH TO ANNOUNCE To the Public that we just have opened a shop and are prep' red to do all kinds of ir work. If you want to see some fancy Flower Stands or if you need any thing in the metal line, go to 310 Indiana Ave. KOVELTY IRON WORKS. 4