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Tuesday, Dec. 11, 1906.
PAOT7! TWO. THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES In Social Circles THE CITY Communication pertaining to this department may be addreted to Mii Daisy L. Emery, Society Editor The Lake County Times. Telephone ill. Toj at 5 & 10 Cent Store adv. S. S. Da t man of Chicago was in Ham mond on business this afternoon. Claude Powlus of Northwestern Uni versity, spent last night with friends in Hammond. Mrs. J. been the 1 lower of days, ii iu in., y S. f-'trortf? and son who have L'U'-i-t f .Mr. and Mrs. M. Doty Strict for the past few rr.eti to their la. me in Oregon, rda v. Charles li. Dyer of the Simplex Ap pliance company. Is on the sick list this week. Leonard and Thomas Knoezer and Peter Fox left today for a few days' hunting trip in Southern Indiana. Oscar Edgerton of Creston, Ind., was in Hammond on business this morning. Julias Stack of South Pond, Ind., was the guest of friends in Hammond today. John C, the son of John Stritia who dh'd Sunday, was buried yesterday afternoon at the Oak J I ill cemetery. Charles Flag's made a short business trip to Crown Point this afternoon. Att: Point rney JZ. T. today on Peek went to Crown gal business. Julius Stark of Hnglewood, III., was in Hammond on business today. Miss Posa li i s returned to her home in Xortli Ueuderson, 111., after i heiri-' t l-i guest f Mrs. Otto Muelber- ger for the pa;-t week. Otto Knoezer tato Machinery eago on business of the Champion Po eoinpany, was in Chi- today. Mrs. Amanda Young and m William Lisk and Mrs. 'Claude L. Towns.-nd and son, returned to their hoines in Hoopes- ton. 111., this afternoon, after spending home of Mr. and Logan street. Xels Peterson was in Chicago th afternoon on a short business trim is several days at the Mrs. Karl Petbe, 4 25 Rheimhardt Kroll of Indiana avenue, who has been on the sick list is bet ter today. Mesdames Charles Ilohmnn, T. JW Oberlin.' W. . Parker, S. F. Parker, J. S. Pdackmun, Clark Learning, O. Krinbill, V. II. Binder. Robert Oillis end Charles R. Dyer and Miss Isabella Morrison, were Chicago visitors today. Mrs. T. L. Gillls, who has been the t-ue.st of Mr. and Mrs. Robert OillU of Carroll street, for several weeks, re turned to her home In Angola, Ind., yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Petrio of Englo- wood. formerly of Hammond, were hero Sunday caling on old friends. Among the Chicago visitors this morning were Misses Clara Roy, Helen Prown. Marion Deming and Lizzie Voss. The Ladies Aid of the Pine Street mission will meet Wednesday after noon at 2 o clock with Mrs. imam Bothwell, 732 Hoffman street. All members are urged to be present promptly. Mrs. J. K. Fitzgerald and daughter, Laura, spent today a3 the guests of 2Jrs. Fitzgerald's mother in Englewood. Joseph Voss of 27 Sibley street( who was injured a few days ago at Indoana Harbor, is Hearing recovery. George Lawrence, ex-county sheriff. went to Chicago on business this fore noon. John Spindler of Lowell, was a Ham mond visitor today. Hammond friends of Mr. and will be pica Grillith of Freeport, 111 to learn of the arrival of a daughter their home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. ed at Charles Smith of Milwaukee,, Wis. was the guest of Hammond friends last night. August Fauth of St. John, business in Hammond today. transacted M. Grelsel mond today. of Chicago was in Ham- D. M. Wood left today for Green cabiie, inu., wnere ne wm attend a meeting held by the board of trustees if the PePauw university of which he is a member. The Ladies Aid society of the All Faints' church will meet at the home of Mrs. Foley in Douglas street, "Wednes day afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Hohman was hostess to the members of the Neighborhood Whist club last evening at her home In South Hohman street. The prizes were won by Mesdames M. Rothschild and T. E. Pell. Mrs. M. Rothschild will entertain the club next Monday evening. Cards have been issued ior a recep tion, exhibit and sale- of hand-painted China, water colors and., holiday r.ofel- tit-ss to be give a ; at. thfe residence of Mrs. C. G. Kingwi!!, 737 South Hob man street. Thursday and Friday of James Powell and son Thomas of Lowell spent today with friends in Hammond. Bert Viant mond visitor of Lowell today. was a Ilam- W. A. Hull of New York City was in Hammond on business yesterday. this week. Th troduee Mrs. L of Chicago. ) atyaJr is ilu C. i:c;'f given to in- cn, a n artist M. M. Towle was among the busi ness men in Chicago today. B. J. Morgan of Terre Haute, Ind., was in Hammond last nigtit the guest of friends. George Smith of Jiobart, was in Ham mond today on his way to Thayer where he goes on business connected with the Order of Foresters. ! red Hargt of Dyer, Ind., transacted business in Hammond today. Mr. and Mrs Bide, 111., Mr. and Mr. and Chicago, wore Mrs. Met Oborr.o nue, Sunday. A. II. Watson of River ain! .-.Irs. A. it. Wynne M.s. Harry Russell of the gu. sts of Mr. and of 14 Plummet- ave- Frank Prest and Attorney W. Aleer were business visitors in Point yesterday. J. Me- Crown Frank II. Honning of Chicago was Hammond on business Monday. in W. H. Calkins has elected the Post No. 502 G. A. following ofHeers K., for the e year: Mrs. Fred Champaign, who is on sick list, is reported better today. the Commander- W. W. Lake. Senior Vice Commander L. Daugherty. Junior Vie? Commander C. C. Gol den. Chaplain V. M. Elliott. Officer of the Day Fred Lash. Quarter Master George Post. Adjutant George K. J aqua. Officer " Guard Andy Wal Is. Surgeon J. M. Krause. Patriotic Instructor F. M. Elliott. Sergeant -Major lvtiius S'.i or t ridge. Delegate John W. Dyer. At the annual meeting of the True Kindred Conclave last evening the fol lowing oincers ior tne ensuemg year were elected: W. 1'. Commander Dr. Mary E. Jackson. Commander Mary Malo. W. Councilor Llbby Lash. W. Viet) Commander Belle Lund. Treasurer Elizabeth Scott. Secretary Alleea McCoy. W. High Preistess Sarah Southack. Chaplain Elizabeth Pepperdine. Senior Dt.-acone.So Mary Yedder. Junion Deaconess Lillian Am Strong. Inside Guard Bertha Malo. Outside Guard Mary Mussellnmn. Trustees Dr. Mary H. Jackson, Etta Dake and Mary Malo. Tha History commit tee of the Hanv mond Woman's club met yesterday teri-oon at the Lome of Mrs A. Jiuni, uaKU'y avenue. An inter esting program had been prepared by Ai.eso.ames Hunt and Etta Pake and each member of the committee did jus tice to thd Ivors assigned. Mrs. Post- WKrC gave a discourse on how the llussian li es and on his home li f. J.tligion and modes of worship of the Russians was ably handled by Mrs. L. b. Smith. It was Fee n by Mrs. Koths- chilu a discussion on art and Russian artists, that she had made a complete study of the subject. Mrs. Eusren. .:ooper gave a pror.ta: :e talk on the rati. si and comroseis ot. Russia, nn.l jueusea ii;e commutee wun two in- Btrument.il seieerions r.y t-;ussan com posers. Mrs. S. 11. Sw aim's parser on the I ife ot the czar of Russia was verv interestiiig. Mr. I.. T. Meyer con eluded the study of Russia with Drier rii story ot me war netween Kus- eia and Japan. R. J. Childs of Chicago, spent night with Hammond friends. last I. W. business Tuttle of Lowell transacted In Hammond today. The contractors on the C. C. & L. road began laying track in Illinois to day and will put in their interlocker at the Pennsylvania tracks as soon as it arrives. Edward Levey of Chicago transacted msmess in Hammond touay. C. E. I i i 1 w c y business clden of local otfi today. the Chi :n was ago Junction n Chicago on Mrs. J. H. Dolson was called to Kir.gsiarid, Ind., today on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Eiward Van Ness. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR RENT A seven room fiat, ideally located; one of the best buildings in the city; rooms are on the lower floor and have an eastern exposure. Present tenants will vacate immediately. Ap ply to R. E. W., care Lake Cou.nty Times. 12-ll-3t. FOR RENT Six room c o n v e n i e n e s . A p p 1 y street, West ilat, modern 41 Douglas Hammond. 12-11-lw. NEW GRAND THEATER WANTED Suite of four rooms bath, also day board for two. rdess, J. D. K, Times. 12-11-tf. with Ad- WANTED and wife 12-11-tf. -Room and board for man . Address Z Times office. FOR RENT Store with stationary box. Good location. Inquire 271 d i a n a a v t- n u e . 12-11-2 w. ice la- Frank irg this re. Scatena of week with Chicago is s his brother. pond-Paul, Attorney J. F. Sawyer went to Crown 'jint today on legal business. Attorney W. J. Crown Point on noon. Whinery was at business this after- Carl H. Mahler of Lowell transacted business in Hammond and Vv'hiting this atteriioon. D. J. Marion of Indianapolis Hammond firends last night. visited (icrmnnia Club villi jjive u Iasquerade Hull, Snluriidy Deo. 15, at Chopin mods are lnxiCeil, idialiou 115 cents a Hall, oppitMite Central Park. All per persou. ll-3l-tf. Beldir.g Bros, embroidery stamped linens at the Singer State street. silks Sto re, 12- and. 2 11 S-tf Mrs. J. J. Anderson continues the sale of Water Colors and Decorated China at her parlors, 201 Ann street. 12-11-St JOLLY PRICES MALCOMBS. CALLAHANS. IMA DE MARIA ILLUSTRATED SONGS. 3IOYING riCTUHES. M:XT SUNDAY LEMLEY'S MINSTRELS HAND AND OHCHEsTRA. La H i Wednesday, Dec. 12th ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY The Distinguished Actor MR. Special holiday rates via Erie to all points in Central Passenger association. F. M. Meredith of Rock Island, 111., was in Hammond tais atteriioon. the iuest of friends. Clifford Mee of Chicago spent last evening with friends in Hammond. Miss Clara Doebler is working in the Lion store during the holiday rush. Mrs. Richard list today. Seibert is on the sick Miss Clara Portz has taken a posi tion in the Lion store during the holi day rush. T. was day. J. Russei of Stark County, Ind., ab uslness visitor in Hammond to- D. liCted 6 ay. A. Gardner of Yalparaiso trans business in Hammond yester- Managar Brooks of the Grand the ater lias an unusual bill on at the Grand this week. Lumley's minstrels arem aking a hit with the audience. "The lied Girl'' is another strong production. William Davis of the Conkey com pany is in Gary today on business. PLAYI! HI LIE ill HIS WIFE Bunsing Sesn for Few Brief Moments Then Vanishes in Thin Air. V . 'wV pa - , - ' 3 I - t - - -'f ' i I - 1 I LICKNSI-: NOTICE. Notice is hereby given to the citi zens of Hobart Township, Lake Coun ty, State of Indiana, that I, Fred Carr, a male inhabitant of said Township for more than yO days last past, and being over the age of 21 years, and not in habit of becoming intoxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commis sioners of said Lake County. Indiana, at its regular session to be held at Crown Point, Indiana, commencing .laniairv 7th. 1ft 07. for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in quantities of less than a quart at a time with the privilege of having the same to be drunk on tile premises where sold. The place where the said liquors are to be sold and drunk is doscm-en as jllows: The west room on the ground oor of the two-story frame building. situated on Lot Numuer two (.. as marked and laid down on the recorded t of Steam's and Moore's subdi- ision of Block Number mx im in Miller Station, Hobart township, J-aKo ounty, Indiana, the said subdivision eing a subdivision of the South half of Section Six ( G ) . Township thirty-six (3G) North, Range Seven (7) West of the second I. M. In said County ana State. The second story of said building is occupied as a dwelling and the rear room of the first floor is to be used as a billiard hall. (Signed), FRED CARR. Dated December 11th, 1006. .Robert Ph vi $ ' ' R. P. Dalton, general superintend ent of the C. C. & H road, was in Ham mond today inspecting the work bein; done along the line from Griffith to West Hammond. R. L. Allen of Chicago was a busi ness visitor in iiamniona today. E. J. Harrison of South Bend, Ind., transacted business in Hammond today. Peter Wolf, Louis Roth, Conrad Greb and Henry Peters of Hammond left this morning for Rensselaer, Ind., where they will spend a few days hunt ing along the Kankakee river. John Atwood of Lowell, will spend the remainder of the week with friends and relatives in Hammond. Martin Pivocll Chicago today. transacted business in P. J. Daly of Yalparaiso, Ind., is spending this weeK witn menus ana relatives in Hammond. Walter Latta of Lowell was a busi ness visitor m Hammond today. Harry Lyons of the C. spent today m Chicago. C. & L. road J. L. Rohde transacted Chicago this forenoon. business Joseph Dunsing and his wife, who separated some time ago. are playing hide and seek in Hammond. Mrs. Dun sing seems to be "it" and her husband is the one who is seeking the secluded corners where the cry of "I spy" is not likely to be heard. Everybody seems to know more about the actions of the young bank teller than his own relatives, and "everybody" don't kno wa great deal. It seems to be a case of "you look at him and there he is. You look at him again and there he isn't." He seems to flit back and forth between Ham mond and Chicago, or some mysterious out-side point like an elusive spirit. And his family if they do know of his whereabouts, maintain a mysterious silence regarding it. It now develcpes that Mr. Dunsing has been seen on the streets of Ham mond off and on for the past sev eral days. But no one seems to know more than a few minutes at a time where to put their finger on him. Mrs. Dunsing has not gotten a glimpse of her husband since his flitting visits be gan, though she has kept a keen look out for him. She was surprised when The Lake County Times this morn ing telephoned her the fact of her hus band's intermittant presence, in Ham mond. Yesterday he showed for a time at the bank where he was formerly em ployed and he has beer, seen boarding a Michigan Central train for Chicago, and briefly in other occasions. There is a persistent rumor that he start divorce proceedings against his wife in the near future. In the mean time Mrs. Dunsing is calmly awaiting t he institution of court action and will contest the latter if it comes. Sin says she is in Hammond to see things through to the bitter end. MARIE QTJINN, As Madge in Old Kentucky. MINISTER MARRIED IN HAMMOND Rev. J. Frank Day, Nephew of Former Cabinet Oiticer, Seeks Gretna Green Rev. J. Frank Day ot Chicago was married today to Mies Martha Zach ana of Chicago. Mr. Day is a nephew of Judge Day who was a member of McKinley's cab inet, and who now is one of the su preme court judges of the United States. LOTS DOUBLE IN VALUE $90 A FOOT OFFERED T0PFER Hobe Godfrevr Sell Store ond Fifty Feet on State Street for $12,000, was Bought for $0,00. owning Assisted by His Own Company Including HELENE AN DREE LEE MILLAR Presenting; the Comedy Success of the Season THE OVERLAND LIMITED TO CALIFORNIA. Via Chiengo .ullwauKee ana St. raul Hallway. Less than three days from Chicago to California, lnrougn sleeping car service on the Overland Limited in con nection with the Union Pacific-South ern Pacinc lines, r rum jiuon passen ger station, Chicago, at 8 p. m. daily. Arrive Los Angeles and ban r rancisco the afternoon of the third day. Through tourist sleeper at 10:2a p. m. daily. Personally conducted tourist car parties at 10:25 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Rate for double berth from Chicago to Pacific coast, $7.00. Complete information regarding rates, routes and tram service free Send six cents In stamps lor book on California, E. G. IIAYDEN, TRAVELING PASSENGER AGENT, 426 Superior Ave., N. W CLEVELAND. OUR COLONY PLAN SAVES HALF Buy a farm at half prlee. lou can do It by registering with us and buying with the members of our Colony when thev buy. No charge for membership or registration. Simply send us your name and address, and we will mall you lull particulars oi our piun. our Colonv Dlan enables yon to get twice n ninny acres ior the nuiue money, If you are from "Missouri we can "show" you. For example: we have for sale a very fine tract of 33,0v0 acres of rich farm land in a desirable lo cality in southwest Texas that can be bought for $6 per acre by taking the pntirfi tract: the price of this land in 1000-acre tracts is $15 an acre, and in small tracts it would cost $20 to $S0 per acre. Do you see the point? If you bought a small tract of the above land alone you would have to pay at least $20 per acre; the land is worth it, too, but by buying with your neigh bor you can get the same land for $6 per acre. lens than one-third. We have dozens of others, larger and smaller tracts, where prices vary proportion ately. Write for full particulars. Runnilng for Governor By HERBERT BASH FORD San Francisco and All The Principal Cities Endorse This Production Mr. Downing's Success in this Role is Proving: as Great as In THE GLADIATOR Ashton Stevens of the EXAMINER Says: "Robert Downing was born a Comedian Nov. 7th 1906. Prices 25c, 35c, 50c and 75c nnday Might, Bee 16th Just before the Annual Engagement at McVickers Theatre, Chicago. Same great Cast and Production as will be given there 14th Annual Tour of Jacob Litt's Incomparable Company in the Most Popular American Play Ever Written BIGGER BRIGHTER BETTER THAN EVER PFn J J u THE SHOWALTER AGENCY EAST CHICAGO, IND. Jacob morning Kasper went to Chicago on a short business trip. thi5 M. A. Dol son was among the passe rers to Chicago this morning. Wm. Washausen went to on business this forenoon. Chicago G. II. Savior of Grand Rapids. Mich., was in Hammond on business today. ago . Wm. P. Owens, Chicago. Margaret M. Peterson. Chi Charles Gasman, Chicago Laura M. Nearir.g, Chicago.... George Snyder, South Pend.... Cordelia Welch, Chicago Otis L. Hardeman, Chicago Mary Hail, Chicago Harry Fox, Blue Island. III.... Zue Lee Haselress'. Clue Island, 111. .21 , .IS .43 , .43 ,.35 .22 ,.23 .31 .40 .28 Chas. Newman of guest of friends in day. Akron. O., was the Hammond yester- msiIOl MTAIIP, STKICKEX. Chicago, Dec. 11. Telegrams from New York City today report that Bishop Charles C. MeCabe was stricken with apoplexy in that citj now in ah ospital in a tion. The bishop wrs in street at the time he it is stated, and was As evidence of the great rise In real estate values since the Stamdard St Car company located in Hammond, the following deals are significant. Minas & Godfrey bought the property they now occupy with their furniture and second hand store for $6,000; four months afterwards they sold the prop erty for $12,000. Fred Ketchel bought the lot at the corner of Sibley and Sohl streets for $2,000. lie was offered $3,000 for it yester and is price. A few days ago A. H. Tapper was offered $45,000 for his 50-feet at the corner of Hohman and Fayette streets. This establishes the high water mark for realty values in Hammond. lay and is holding it at $3,200 undecided whether to sell at that Not Exactly New. A Little Rock (Ark.) man sent 5,000 copies of the Lord's prayer to Chicago, and but for aa eagle-eyed proofreader It would have been reviewed in one paper under the head of "New Publi cations." Birmingham Age-Herald. An Old Institution. Bells were invented before history, at a date unknown. They have al ways been associated with religion, were used at the time of Mose3, and have been found in the ruins of Nineveh. today and i serious condi- twenty-third was stricken, hurried to the The directors of the Champion Po tato Machinery company will hold a meeting at their local oif.ces Thursday evening. L. R. Wartena.traisacted business Chicago this afternoon. nearest hospital. Because of his ad vance.! years the bishop's friends in Chicago were alarmed when told of his condition. They expressed the hope, however, that his strong constitution would enable him to rally from the shook. Although Bishop McCabe makes his church headquarter in Phil adelphia his home for many years was .in Evanston. where he is widely known. Advertising fa the Id Time today Important vt omen. Lake County to men and First Prayer in Congress. The first prayer in congress made in 1777 by the Rev. Jacob Duche, rector of Christ church and a man of considerable learning. He afterward turned traitor to the cause of inde pendence. The Sunday Magazine. Smallest Vertebrates. The smallest thing with a backDone is the sinarapan, a little fish recent ly discovered by scientists in the Philippine islands. It measures about half an inch in length. J Had to Hear It First. "Mrs. Skandell was telling me a etory to-day about that odious Mrs. Galley," began Mrs. Jigley.' "See here!" Interrupted her hus band, "I thought you hated gossip." "Why -er so I do, but of course, I can't hate it thoroughly until I know exactly what it is," UuLb "M" WRITTEN BY C. T. DAZEY An Entirely New $20,000 Production. Built Especially for this Tour. the Lountless ramiliar Enter taining Features Presented Better Than Ever Before. ROLLICKIiNG, FROLLICKING COMICAL PICANINNIES KENTUCKY THOROUGH BRED HORSES THE GREATEST OF ALL HORSE RACES 50 SO THE FAMOUS PICKANINNY BRASS !BAN D Madge's Thrilling Swing Across the Mighty Mountain Chasm. PRICES : 25c, 50c, 75c and 1.00 Kept $50 em 40 Years. Forty years ago, when Martin Cady, a railroader, was married he pre sented his wife -with a $50 bill, the wages he had earned for a month's work. Mrs. Cady saved the bill until today, when it was giTen in part pay ment for a tombstone for her husband, who died recently. Fairmont corres pondence Pittsburg Dispatch. jjArtis The Earth's Crust. The crust of the earth, bo far as we can examine it, contains -jnly about 20 out of the 75 or more elements, and of these 20 only eight are present to the amount of more than one yer cent, of the whole. ae&eracb i26tat)U9befc 20 pears. roe. Beyond Him. Miss Kulcher (of Boston) i t your western life is so close to nature I should think you'd be fond of the poets. Mr, Wooley (of Idaho) But I don't understand 'em, ma'am. I met a poet onc an' he woulia't Uke a drink. THE RELIABLE HOUSE FOR iDiamonbs, 3Fme Matches, 5ewelr anb Silverware We have the largest stock of jewelry ever seen in Hammond. The prices are low and every article we sell is guaranteed. Inspection now invited. 150 Hohman Street i 'I