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Friday, Nor. 23, 1906.
THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES Lowell News. Orvllle Hale will soon move to the Herman Rosenthal farm six miles south of Crown Point. The bazaar and pie supper Thurs day undor the auspices of the ladies of the Christian church, was liberally patronized. George M. Deathe and Henry Worley attended the fraud lodge of Odd Fel lows at Indianapolis this week as rep resentatives from the Lowell lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Newcomer have moved here from "West Hammond. They will pceupy the- Captain J. L. Manning bouse on tlie east side. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Collins have moved here from Heg-ewisch, 111. They occupy the Sheets property on North Clark street. Mr. Collins will engage In the egg. poultry and butter business. Word Is received here from Sher burnville, 111., announcing the sad news of the death of Mrs. John Smith, the aged mother of Mra. Elmer Hayden of this city, which occurred Thursday. The team hitched to Fred Kuf's candy wagon, ran away Thursday. They started at Doc Driscoll's drug store and ran as far as Anderson & Tanner's, a distance of nearly half a mile. Luckily no damage was done. Hobart News Mrs. Allen Dorrnarj visited friends in Chicago Wednesday. Otto Nelson of Chicago is home for a few days' visit with his parents. Frank Maybaum of Chicago spent a few hours In Hobart Wednesday. Louis Maybaum was in Chicago Wednesday. Joe Linkhart returned to his home In Xenla, O. after several day's visit with his brother Harry and family. Mrs. A. C. Thompson, who has been ailing for several months, is si til con fined to her room. A. K. Garhart left last Tuesday for n couple of weeks' visit with his daugh ter in Kansas. Aftt-r a week's visit with relatives at Aurora, li!.. Jacob Lutz and daugh ter, Kmma, returned to their home Wednesday. Those winning prizes at the card party giv.-n in connection with the sup per Wednesday evening were: First prizes, John Hancock and Miss Emily Johnson; booby prizes, Frank Graham and Mrs. IJbby Watson. The turkey that was 1 allied off was won by Jacob Feister. St. John News. William Thi.den of Creston. Ia., is ranking an cuensivo visit with rela tives at St. John. Mrs, Nich Srhutz and sister, Miss Mary Doctor, visited Peter Rouschelang at the Crown Point sanitarium. Rev. A. Puchheit, who now has charge of this parish, conducted ser vices at the St. John church for the first time yesterday. The St. John people were quite busy yesterday setting up their windmills, sheds and fences which were blown over by the strong wind Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schumacher and Mrs . Andrew Doctor visited their nephew, Peter Rouschelang, at the Crown Point sanitarium and report that his condition is not very promis ing as lock-Jaw has really set In. They intend to put the ease into the hands of a specialist. Dyer News. John Klein was in Hammond yester day on business. Jacob Seholl of Soherervllle was a Dyer business visitor yesterday. Frank Scheldt made a business trip to Hammond yesterday. Charles Keilman made a business trip to Chicago Heights Thursday. I'.ernard Schulte sr. of Sehererville ivas a Dyer visitor yesterday. Mrs. John Miller -of Grirflth spent Thursday in our town. Peter Schaller of St. John transacted luslness in our town yesterday. John Keilman made a business trip k Chicago Thursday. Mrs. Peter F.eiriger of Griffith was Ihe guest of Mrs. Peter Ehrsam of this place yesterday. Jos. Gerlach. of the firm of Gerlach Pros, of St. John, was here yesterday looking after some business matters. Mrs. Jacob Hoffman returned from a several days' visit with friends and relatives at Chicago Thursday. Burnside and Daulphin Park. Allen Orcott of Wyoming is visiting friends in the I'ark. Miss Julia Nolan, 9354 Lyon avenue Is on the sick list. Mr. Strom of Cottage Grove avenue risited friends In Roseland yesterday Mrs. W. Hennessey of Cottage Grove avenue, is entertaining friends from Toledo, O. Mrs. J. Torpey, a former resident of Burnside. was the guest of Mrs. Mar garet Kelly, -9354 Lyon avenue yester day afternoon.--- Hegewisch News Mrs. Frank Bock spent the day shop ping in the city. George Jones has entirely recovered from his recent illness. Lammerioe &. Jordan bought one of the Western Steel Car & Foundry Co.'s large mules yesterday. The new kindergarten opened Thurs day, with Miss Krevetts of South Chi cago as teacher. Frank Valinga, the grocer, caught his foot between the spokes of his wagon and wai seriously hurt. Miss Freda Fisher of South Chicago spent Thursday with the Misses Hattie and Emma Schumacher, 13056 Erie avenue. The wind yesterday broke a window in room three of the public school building. None of the pupils were hurt. Large posters are out today announc ing a prize mask ball to be given by the Swedish Llnne society, Dec. 1. Prof. Nelson will furnish the music. J. Irwin, a prominent banker of New York City, called on a number of our business men today in regards to start ing a bank In this place. The strong wind Wednesday blew down one of the large willow trees in front of John Hohwy's place in On tario avenue. One of the Johnson express wagons got stalled at 134th and Erie avenue yesterday. Lammering and Jordan furnished enough motive power to help them out. Valparaiso News. William Croup of La Porte is vis ing Wm. Freeman. IT. B. Beuninghoft is in Fort Wayne attending the Y. M. C. A. convention. Oliver Knowles and wife of South Bend, are visiting in this city. Jim McGlll was in Chicago on busi ness Thursday. George T. Miller made a business trip to Chicago Thursday. Tony Maccey transacted business in Chicago yesterday. Frank Walsworth was a Chicago visitor yesterday. There was a fire at Dr. Keehn's resi dence, 555 College avenue, Thursday. About $200 damage was done. The loss Is fully covered by insurance. P. W. Clifford has purchased the Nathan Cooper farm. The farm con tained ISO acres, and sold for $1S,5G0 cash. Mrs. Carolina Nelson of Chesterton has filed suit for divorce from her hus band, Sven Victor Nelson, in the Por ter circuit court. The American Stock company played the famous play, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" to a packed and well-pleased house Thursday night. East Side News. Adam Mantz of the East Side was in Fernwood yesterday on business. Mrs. Edwards of the East Side Is on the sick list. A new cottage is being erected in Avenuo N, between 96th and 97th. Harry Glass of the East Side was in Hegewisch yesterday on business. Arthur Aronson" was a Cheltenham visitor yesterday. M. Silverman of the East Side is go ing to start a dry goods store at 9310 Ewing avenue. At the last meeting of the Fort- schritt Lodge, I. O. O. F., No. 271, of the East Side, two candidates took the third degree. A cottage In process of erection at 107th street and Avenue J, was dam aged considerably by the storm Wednesday. A sacred concert will be given at St. George's Catholic church, 9'3th street and Ewing avenue, next Sunday evening, when the pipe organ donated by Andrew Carnegie, will be played for the first time. A lecture by L. A. Johnson, D. D., of Moline, III., will be given this evening at the Swedish Lutheran church, 10-d street and Avenue L. on the subject. "Our Christian Youth." Music will be furnished by James Collins of the East Side and by the Mendelssohn male chorus of Pullman. West Pullman. Little Clara Pitchier of Parnell ave nue is still very sick. Miss Hulda Nelson of Wallace street is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Valle have returned from their wedding trip spent with relatives in Wisconsin. The New England dinner given by the ladies of the Congregational church last night was well attended. Mrs. Shilling of Eggleston avenue has been called to Indiana Harbor, on account of the Illness of her sister. Tolleston Miss Hattie Lederer' was in Ham mond shopping yesterday. Otto Borman is moving his barn from the old estate to the lots on which he is building. We are sorry to learn that Miss Delia Hood has been in the sick list for a couple of days but is convalescent. Mrs. Richard Smith of Hammond and Mrs. Crist Lohman of the Ridge spent the day with their sister, Mrs. Fred Harms. STONY ISLAND. Mrs. Meur visited her sister, Mrs. W. Hunt, yesterday. Willie Crisman and Harold Clemens of Burnside made a business trip to South Chicago today. Mrs. Grover Miller and sister saw "Hearts Astray" at the Calumet the ater Wednesday afternoon. Willie Cesiman and Harold Clemons night James Farrell lost his hat in the wind storm and has not found it. Harry Heckman has taken a posi tion at the Bender Bros.' store in South Chicago. Mrs. Henry Ilamson is at the South Chicago hospital. She is reported bet ter. Roseland and Kensington. Mr. Richmond, who was formerly a mail carrier, is now a collector. Mrs. Fred Beebe of Essex has been quite ill for the past week. Mrs. Thorp of 118th and State street. entertained a few friends at luncheon yesterday. The Swedist M. E. church of 113th street and Indiana avenue, will give an entertainment Thanksgiving eve. Dr. E. II. Ashley has returned from a two week's vacation. He is much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Merchant of Indi ana avenue, had as their guest Sun day, their daughter, Mrs. Ethel Hall, who is in Elkhart, Ind., with the Angl dlle company as stenographer. Rev. M. Grigsby and Elder Allen Depue attended the all-day conference at Lake Forest last Monday. One hundred ministers and elders of the Chicago rresbytery were In attend ance. Black Oak News Mrs. I. J. Holtzberry was a Ham- mand visitor yesterday. Peter Sunski transacted business in Hammond, yesterday. John Brenice of Chicago was a busi ness visitor here yesterday. Whiting News Mrs. John Curran is under the care of Dr. Laucr. Miss Mildred Stewart has a severe case of pleuricy. Mrs. Henry Gillmurray of Sheridan avenue shopped in Chicago yesterday. Robert Stewart and George Collins went hunting today at Pine Station. The Pennsylvania company had a lawyer in Whiting looking up wit nesses to the accident of John Jarvis. Mayor Fred J. Smith was in Indiana Harbor yesterday on legal business. Mrs. Cora Leach of Indiana Harbor visited in Whiting last night. Eugene Putnam is home from Val paraiso for his Thanksgiving vacation Mrs. James Aker and daughter. Miss Pearl of Hammond were here last evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Beneke of Fisch rupp avenue are entertaining out of town friends. The girls Culture club will meet at at home of Miss Grace Wilkinson to night. Mrs. Beach of Pennsylvania avenue has gone to Saginaw, Mich., where she was called by the death of her sister John Jarvis, the young man who met with the terrible accident on thf Penn sylvania crossing sunaay nignt, was taken to the Presjyterian hospital on the 12:50 Lake Shore today. Miss Rebecca Stogol passed through Whiting today from Valparaiso Medical college to her home in Chicago. She will visit her Whiting friends in a few days. The dramatic entertainment given last night by the Ladies of the G. A. R. was a splendid success. The work of Miss Louise Coulon as trainer has won for her many laurels. The first num ber was ' Mrs. Willis" Will." The char acters in this did their parts well and none would have known they were amateurs. The next were pantominees "Old Folks at Home." by nine litt girls, and tar Spangled Banner," by Catherine Pedersen. Helen Pfei.Ter and Pearl Travers and were very good "Not a man in the house," in two acts with Mrs. Rings, a man hater, by Miss L. E. Coulon; Lucy Ryder, her sister Jessie Field; Jessie Ray, their neice Margaret Langmyer; Aunt Belinda Mabel O'Hara, and Geraldine Scott as Kate, was one of the best numbers on ine program. ..Margaret iiuck won much praise as "The Little Evangelist and Jessie Lees entertained sister's beau" ia a most hospitable raa.0"- Linsay Campbell met with much ap plause after giving "Sister Brown on Apples." The musical program was es pecially good and consisted of a male quartet from Roseland, Ind., a trio from Woodlawn and several violin solos by Ray Dillingham, accompanied by Pearl Aker on the piano. East Chicago Mr. Heneks is quite ill and unable to be at his work. Miss Lilly Beimmer has been quite ill with the grip. Mrs. Fred Fife spent Thursday In Chicago shopping. Mrs. Charles King returned yester day from Chicago Heights, where she has been visiting Mr. King's parents. The Eagles lodge of East Chicago will give a dance Saturday night at the South Bay hotel in Indiana Harbor. Mrs. Burhop and son of Missouri are to spend Thanksgiving week with Mrs. Burhop's mother, Mrs. rhiiips. Miss Mae Davis is assisting the kin dergarten teacher at the Wallace school in Oklahoma. Moses Specer has r.ot been able to leave the house on account of a sore foot. He has been confined to his home since last week. The ladles of the Eastern Star will hold a special meeting tonight in the lodge room for initiatory purposes. Several candidates are slated to ride the goat. Work has been increased to such an extent at the Republican Iron and Steel company's otfice that another stenographer has been added to the force. G. M. Lewis and A. H. Johnson re turned this morning from Indianapolis. Mr. Johnson took his consistory de grees and Mr. Lewis went down to see the fun. Mrs. Anna Johnson entertained the Fin de Siecle girls last night at her home. The evening was spent in play ing cards. After several games had been played Mrs. Johnson served a de lightful lunch, which was hugely en Joyed by all. The supper served last night by the Ladies' Aid society of the Congrega tional church at the home of Mrs. Aug. Johnson on Magoun avenue, was exceedingly well patronized about two hundred people being served. The re ceipts netted $45. A very pleasant time was enjoyed yesterday afternoon by the members of the Eastern Star, at the home of Mrs. Phillips on Beacon street. There were but a few absentees. The afternoon was spent in playing cards, after which a. dainty luncheon was served. Mrs. Aaron Thomas .won the most games and carried away the first prize and Mrs. Mead the second. Robertsdale Mrs. Herman Theisen of Indiana boulevard is very ill with neuralgia. We have had quite an epidemic of mumps, but this last week finds us with but few cases. Mrs. Lewis Perigo was a Chicago visitor Thursday. Mrs. Herman Theisen of Indiana boulevard is vory ill with neuralgia. The Lake County Medical society nut in Hammond today. John Soltwedle of Harrison avenue returned last evening from a business trip to Michigan City. Fred Cashurere, superintendent of Steward Sc Co., contractors for the gluecose factory, has moved his family from Waukecgan, 111., to 110th street, and Indiana boulevard, where they will live for the winter. Mr. Quandtjr., of Harrison avenue, while returning from the funeral of his brother-in-law, Ernest Lowe, was taken very sick and had to be taken home. He is still very ill. Mr. and Mrs. William Kelley, who has lived here for a number of years, moved yesterday to Stony Island ave nue. Mr. and Mrs. Kelley have a great many friends here who regret to see them go. KAUFFMANN luj & WOLF Mr ti ii Miss Marie Selinger entertained the Robertsdale pedro club at the home of her sifter, Mrs. Henry Eggers, Jr., yesterday afternoon. After the prizes were awarded, a dainty luncheon was served and a most enjoyable time was had by all. South Chicago. David M. Cummings has made appli cation for the registration of title to 500 lots in Iron Workers addition to South Chicago under the Torrens sys tem. The lots are between 106th street and 109th street and Avenue I and Avenue M. The approximate val ue is given at $150,000. The advant ages of the Torrens system of land title registration are pretty forcibly illustrated in this instance. The en tire cost of registration is $174, a sav ing of 60 per cent over the old system. Two large tracts of land at South Chicago have been conveyed by the Chicago Title and Trust company, re ceiver, to Louis Rathje. The land in cludes the northeast corner of Avenue J and 104th street, 575x125 feet, and the northwest corner of Avenue J and 105th street, 250x125 feet. The con sideration was $5,000. Additional Correspondence oa Page rive. OUR ANNUAL O O snrvmnie? r JL. IT o Live o With Men's or Young Men's n c?T3 0 m urn x ; ii ii m n ii i ai ii nil y Wiv? It u y 2E3 of $10 and up. rVtl O fl With Ladie's or Misse's CLOAKS c 1W of $10 and up. IT Live Mc With a purchase of $5 in ou r A. pas rprm rt rme-siri r can ti UtrAhlitfitN Mm la Ii 1 laCI.Jil U U November 24, 26, 27, 28. 2C II HAWMOND. Jli Offer