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Tuesday, Dee. 11, 1906.
j mmm .. . , -- - - 1 - 1 lilt U1J, " 1 : 1 - . Wm W.mmm . Gary News C. C. Moody has taken a position with the Clark Construction company. The services in Falkc-nau's reading room yesterday afternoon, held by Rev. Stewart, were well attended. Mr. McCartv. sr.. snent today look Ing over Gary, and expects to make arrangements at an early date for in vesting' and building here. F. Ramenstine of llobart came over Saturday to make estimates on the painting of the house Mr. IIodge3 re cently completed for himself. The brick for the Dellachlesa build ing in South Broadway is being de livered and Messrs. Moe, the contract ors, are pushing the work rapidly. Mrs. Frank Brink returned this af ternoon from a short visit in Chicago. Five additional children were en rolled in the Central schools this morning. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cooper loft for Valparaiso Saturday evening, expect ing to return tomorrow. They are ar ranging for bringing out the furnish ings for their bungaloo In Euclid ave nue. "W. F. Brunt, plumber of Hammond, has men busy at work pumping dry the excavation for the hotel building. Mr. Brunt landed a good contract when he closed with Mr. Clark for the Job. Mrs. L. A. Bryan of South Gary Is suffering from a bad attack of asthma. It is probably that they will go south for the winter shortly after the holi days, on account of the bad effect the cold weather has on her. Miss Kugenla Knotts is officiating as postmistress during the absence of Mrs. Cooper. Miss Knotts expects to be present at the organization of the Ksperanto club, which had its incep tion this week. The work of organiz ing will be completed now before the holidays, so that they can take up active work immediately afterward. Services were held yesterday even ing at the school house. Rev. Soundy Of Hobart officiating. Quito a large number were in attendance in spite of the Inclement weather. At the Sunday school in the afternoon more definite plans were made for the ob servance of the Christmas time. The work of training the children is -well In hand and the committee on decorations are planning some pleasant surprises for the audience, in rustic decorations. The explosion which occurred at Aetna Monday morning caused consider able excitement, the first reports com ing from there having been much ex aggerated. Several who chanced to pass through there shortly after re ported that no one was killed, although quite a little damage was done to nearby property in the way of break ing window glass and windows. Dirt and sand was scattered In every direc tion, in some cases being carried for a distance of eighty rods by the force Of the explosion. The work of organizing the syndi cate which will erect Gary's largest Office building, Is well under way. The building will be .lust south of the alley south of A. F. Knott's large building near the corner of Broadway and Fifth avenue. It will havo a frontage of 125 feet on Broadway and will be 123 feet . long, five stories high, and will cost approximately $200,000. The building will be used for stores In the first two floors and basement and the other floors equipped for offices. It Is expected that the building will be ' one of the finest buildings in this part of the state. Several occupants of the Jail build ing pleaded guilty this morning to the different charges ngalnst them and were given the sentence prescribed. The vigilance of the officers is having a wholesome effect on both saloon keepers and the users of the intoxi cants. The former are becoming more careful because they have learned that the 'tables are sometimes turned and the poor victim of their sales is al lowed to make an affidavit against them and they are hauled up in a summary manner for violating other sections of the law of which they had not thought. This, in a measure at least, places the punishment where It belongs and Is receiving the ap proval of the people who appreciate the efforts made to deal out Justice. Hegewisch News Mrs. E. Jacobson was the guest of Mrs. I. Silverman Saturday. Mrs. Charles Fisher called on Mrs. C. McRill, 13146 Ontario avenue, Satur day. Mrs. Axel Anderson and Mrs. Frank Bock took their children to see Santa Claus today. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bock spent Sun day afternon and evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles McRHI. Mrs. I. Silverman of 134th and On tario avenue, visited her mother in the city Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Berggrun of Superior avenue will give a linen shower "Wednesday In honor of her sister. Miss Moilie Herman. I.ittle Pauline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. Silverman, has a very sore arm, having injured it quite severely by falling down stairs. Mrs. Hansen of Superior avenue, who was reported being held in quarantine after a recent trip to Germany, is ex pected home today. Misses Geraldlne Renbarger and Pansy McDonald attended the matinee at the Calumet theater In South Chi cago Saturday afternoon. Mr. Clark of Harvey spent Sunday with old friends in Hegewisch. His wife, who has been visiting here, the post week, returned with him In the evening. East Chicago Watch this column for the "Back Platform" talks. Mr. Laverty of Whiting transacted business In East Chicago yesterday. Mrs. Johnson has added several new pieces of china to her stock in Dr. Schlieker's drug store. The Ladies Aid society of the Con gregational church will meet with Mrs. Weydert tomorrow afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Poor were in Chicago today doing their Xmas shop ping. A few loads of cinders would be most beneficial to some of the streets in Oklahoma. James B. Clow, of the James B. Clow & Sons company of Chicago, was in East Chicago yesterday and made a business call on A. II. V. Johnson. Mr. Bentall, editor of the "Northern Indlanian" visited a number of the factories yesterday, getting data fur a special Issue at Xmas time. Miss Lattle entertained six of her young friends from Chicago Sunday. An enjoyable 6 o'clock dinner was served by the hostess. Thomas Cadman commenced work to day at the United States Metals Re fining company as engineer. He was formerly employed at the electric light plant. East Side News. Mrs. Charles Dagergren has recover ed from her recent illness. Gene Thanof of the East Side is on the sick list. Misses Helga and Victoria Anderson of the East Side entertained friends last evening. The large flat building built at 9649 Avenue M for Mystrom and Limuskog, is nearlng completion. A large number of East Siders at tended the masquerade ball given by the first ward democratic club at the Coliseum last evening. Erick Erickson of the East Side, who was recently injured at the Interna tional Harvesting company's works, was able to return to work today. X. A. Nelson, president of the Scan dia Life Insurance company, was on the East Side on yesterday on busi ness. The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erick Ilammarberg of the East Side, was baptized by Rev. Hagglund at the Swedish Lutheran church Sunday. The Young People's society of the Swedish Lutheran church, of the East Side, will hold an experience social this evening at the church. This meet ing was to have been held last Wed nesday evening, but was postponed on account of the bad weather. Lowell News. Our elevators are both very busy handling the large amount of corn be ing handled to the market. Our church societies are busy ar ranging their programs for Christmas exercise. Miss Ella Anderson has returned to her home in Lowell after a two weeks' visit with Chicago relatives and friends. Mrs. G. W. Henry and daughter, Mrs. Boyd Callahan, of Rose Lawn visited their many friends here the fore part of the week. Loyd Rose, who had the misfortune to have his jaw broken in a football game recently, is not getting along as nicely as his friends would like to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden are busy mak ing arrangements to leave for Chino. Cal., where they will spend the winter. Their daughter. Miss Cora, will board with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Palmer dur ing her parents absence. Clifford Thompson has returned from Oklahoma, where he went on a land prospecting trip. He is not very fav orably impressed with that country and Is now satisfied to make Lake county Ills future home. Dick Saylon had a narrow escape from a serious accident Monday, while driving to Lowell his horse became frightened at a canvass on a load of corn at the Dlmwiddle elevator and upset the buggy, throwing the oc cupants to the ground, cutting and brusing Mr. Saylor's face in bad shape. WHEELER ITEMS. Walsh brothers have installed a new corn crusher in their mill. The Intermediate department of our school Is busy preparing a Christmas program. The A. O. O. G. will meet Wednesday evening for the purpose of nominat ing their officers for the ensueing year. The I. O. O. F. is contemplating the installation of gas lighting plant in their hall. J. M. Tennery & company, O. M. Tat lock and the Social club have install ed gas lighting plants In their re spective places of business. The dance and supper given by the I. O. F. of A. last Friday evening was a success and an enjoyable time was had by all. The Monarch Manufacturing com pany has improved its plant at Wheel er by the erection of a building 23x60 feet and Is breaking ground for a new two-story building 36x60. Floyd W. Johnston is the whole thing In the newspaper row. He handles The Lake County Times, Chi cago Journal, the Daily News and the Record-Herald. Roseland and Kensington. Mr. Trachel of 119th street is ill with rheumatism. Mrs. Sterrman of Dearborn street is reported quite ill. Mrs. Darling of Harvard avenue en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Moltrum and children of the city Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rebedeau of Dearborn street entertained relatives from the city Sunday evening. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Morin of Dearborn street, is reported very ill. Tollesion Arthur Fisher, our lumber man, went to Chicago last Saturday night. August Brown has moved into bis new house and is now a full-fledged Tollestonite. J. A. Linscott of Harvey, III., has rented the John Meyer place and will do general teaming. Charles W. Ross of Chicago, repre sentative of the Commercial National bank, was in town last Friday, look ing after banking interests. South Deering. Saturday was pay day at the By Product Coke company. Little John Malone who has been sick the past week, has recovered. Mrs. Malone of 109th street, is re ported to be on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Hydric have moved from the gas plant to Torrence avenue. Johnnie McTurney of Knox, Ind., is visiting with his sisters, the Misses McTurney of 10712 Hoxie avenue. Misses Margaret Green and Mamie Heelan attended the stock show in the city Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Edman spent Spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. Mathia on the East Side. It Is reported that Miss Margaret Hearney, a former resident of this place, is 111 at her home In South Englewood. Andy Navin went to Mt. Olivet Mon day to have his daughter's body re moved to v.-e family lot which he re cently purchased. Miss Navin died last August. The young people are enjoying the recent cold spell. It made skating good on the pond at 106th street and Calhoun avenue. The Gas company closed their kitchen Sunday evening, supper be ing the last meal served. The cold weather is the cause of their closing before the work Is quite finished. Jennie Rodrick was presented with a beautiful cup and saucer at Sunday school, Sunday morning at the M. E. church for having done the best work among the children at the experience social, which was held last Wednesday evening. The fire department was called to 109th street and the Belt tracks to ex stinguish a blaze in a coke car, which was delivered from the By-Product Coke company to the International Harvester company. The fire was caused by the coke being loaded while to hot. The damage was small. Robertsdale Mrs. Erick Lund of Roberts avenue, was a Chicago visiter Monday. Chas. Eck of Chicago, was In Rob ertsdale on business yesterday. Little Sablna Meyer of Indiana boule vard, is on the sick list. Chas. Miller of Harrison avenue, Is confined to his home with a severe at tack of rheumatism. Mrs. Frank Beuhler of Indiana boule vard, has her siore well stocked with Christmas toys. John Wilson of 303 Harrison avenue, is able to be out again after a brief illness with typhoid fever. Mrs. James O'Connells of East Chi cago, was a Robertsdale visitor Sun day. Mrs. Worthy Exton o M9th street, who underwent a serlou operation, is getting along nicely. Miss Mary Stein of Roberts avenue, entertained Miss Clara Lee of Whiting, over Sunday. George Dorsch and Gust Schmittle went on a hunting trip for a few days to Shelby, Ind. Chas. Flaugher of Harrison avenue, Lee and Martin Winters of Michigan, were Chicago visitors Sunday. Mesdames Ed Freese, E. Fick, and E. Golding went on a shopping tour to Chicago Mondav. Chas. Stress, jr.. of Harrison avenue, went out of the milk business and will go back to the Standard Oil com pany to work. Miss Grace Fowler of Crown Point, is spending a few days visiting with THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES her sister, Mrs. Roy Fowler, In Roberts avenue. Captain James Landon of Pearl street was attacked by a paralytic stroke Monday morning while at work, and is now in a serious condition. Henry Bode of Harrison avenue, and Miss Carrie Greager of Whiting, were married very quietly Thursday. The young people left for Tolleston, Ind., where they will spend a few days visit ing Mr. Bode's parents. They will snake Robertsdale their future home. Btirnside and Dauiphin Park. Miss Lillian Beinkman of 9307 Cot tage Grove avenue spent Sunday" with relatives in the city. The Philomatie club will meet with Mrs. Thos. Chadwick early in January for their next meeting. Howard Evans of SSth place is re covering after a weeks illness of bron chitis. Misses Mary and Catherine Mogan and Katie Madden spent Sunday with relatives In Cheltenham. Miss Beatrice Chadwick spent a por tion of last week with J. C. Spencer of Longwood. Louis Stephens has taken a position with the civil service engineering de partment of the Illinois Central rail road in Memphis, Tenn. Miss Ella Widule of 5311 Center ave nue spent Saturday with her friend. Miss Lillian Beinkman of 9307 Cottage Grove avenue. West Pullman. Mr. and Mrs. Xebil have returned from a few weeks' visit at Wheaton, 111. Little Florence Narum of Eggleston avenue underwent an operation this week. Dr. Thompson was taken to the hos pital Thursday to undego an operation for appendicltTs. Chas. Black of Parnell avenue re cently made his wife a present of a new Kimball piano and player. Mrs. Harry Schmidt attended the funeral of her brother Henry DeYoung, Saturday. Valparaiso News. C. II. Proceus of Buchanon, Mich., is visiting Joseph Crowe. Miss Reason of Chicago is visiting in Valparaiso. Deputy Sherlft Wood was at Chester ton on business Monday. Rev. Marten Luther of Chicago is vis iting friends in Valparaiso. Miss Alice Keach of Cincinnati, O., is here to spend the winter with Mrs. Bissell. John Surks leaves in a few days for Germany, where he will spend the winter. Harry Sampson of Wanolat was in the city over Monday and from here went to Chicago. The funeral of Charles White was held Monday afternoon from the home in North Washington street. The serv ice were conducted by Rev. M. E. Bo garte. Mrs. L. A. Diefenbach died at her home on E. Monroe street at 8 o'clock this morning. She leaves a daughter and son to morn her loss. St. John News. Tony Gran made a trip to Chicago yesterday. Peter Liesenfelt made a business trip to Hammond, Monday. George Gerlach and sister, Miss Helen, returned from Chicago, Mon day. Jacob Dahlkamp returned to Chi cago Heights after a several day3 visit with relatives at St. John. F. P. Keilman and daughter. Miss Margaret, left for Chicago Monday morning. The St. John Men's Benevolent so ciety will hold their regular meeting at Kammer's hall tonight. Auctioneer Peter Portz and Alois Portz were at the Peter Rouschelange auction yesterday. The auction bills for the personal property sale of Fred Danne, living on Theo. Boecker place, three miles south west of St. John, for Dec. 13, are out. John Maginot, The Lake County Times carrier at St. John, has gained about a dozen new subscribers during the last two weeks, and he is steadily increasing the number. Peter Welngart and his sister, Mary, who made their home at Spring Hill last winter, returned to St. John again to spend the winter after being absent since last spring. Whiting News Bruce Nichols has been entertain ing friends from Deep River, Ind. Mrs. William Thomas and children visited in Hammond yesterday. Undertaker C A. Hellwig is attend ing court at Lafayette, Ind. Miss Eliza Gardner is suffering much inconvenience on account of sore hands. Reuben Miller Is again employed in Recht's department store. Lee Winters of Detroit, Mich., is visiting his sister, Mrs. Flaugher. George Mong of Gary, was in town yesterday. Miss Ruth Arney of East Chicago, visited in Whiting yesterday. Miss Jennie Platz, who has the typhoid fever, is somewhat better. Earl Young of East Chicago was In Whiting last night. Mrs. Clyde Byerly of Englewood, visited her sister, Mrs. James Arundel, yesterday. Mr. Purdy of Spencerville, O., is visit ing his daughters, Mesdames Ruth Wollet and James Morrison. Mrs. Hatch of Macy, Ind.. is spend ing a few weeks at the home of her son, Grant Hatch, In John street. A six o'clock dinner will be given to the members of the Congregational church in the church parlors tonight. Mrs. Grant Hatch, who has been in the Presbyterian hospital for several weeks, returned home Sunday. The dancing school, which is being conducted by Miss Agnes Freel, was well attended last night. Miss Vera Wadsworth has returned to her home in Englewood after spend ing two days with friends here. George Collins and Clyde Lampman went to Morocco, Ind., today to spend a week hinting. Miss Jeanette Swartz of Kingsville, O., is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Swartz in Sheridan avenue. Mrs. Thomas McFadden of Oliver street, has suffered a relapse and Is very 111. Clay Collins returned to his duties as desk sergeant a,t the police station last night, after being laid up wjth rheumatism. Several of the Daughters of Liberty will go to Hammond tonight to attend a pedro party and entertainment given by the Golden Rule Council No. 1. Little Raymond Eaton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton of Fischrupp avenue, is very ill with inflammation of the bowels. Miss Susie Gehrke has returned to her duties at Seifer's department store, after a week's absence caused by sick ness. Raymond Laii.Mug veiled on Whiting friends yesterday. Mr. Lansing is now employed as operator in the Lake Shore tower in Chicago. Captain Laudon, who was stricken with paralysis Sunday night, is better, much to the satisfaction of his many friends. The S. P. A. C. will play the St. Cyril's college in a game of basketball at Frankowskl's hall, Thursday night. An admission of 15 cents will be charged. Edward Grady visited Herbert Fu grnham at Chicago Sunday evening. He was presented with several of Mr. Fugraham's latest musical composi tions, one of which Is a beautiful song, dedicated to his wife. Andy Regule and Mike Terko were arrested Sunday by Officer John Back us for assault and battery. They were held until Monday when they were given a trial before Mayor Smith. Both pleaded guilty and Regule was fined $13.55 and Terko $11. After paying their fines they were both released. Crown Point Charley Westphal has returned from Chicago. Roy Wortman was out from Chicago yesterday on a visit with friends. The Masons will hold their annual election of officers tomorrow night. Al Wilcox is pushing work along pretty rapidly on the Foss ditch, with his steam dredge. Two shifts of men are kept at work and the work of dig ging never stops. Messrs Niles & Hough have returned from the Chicago live stock show with their exhibits of fine stock. They were fortunate enough to win two prizes on their exhibit of Clydesdales. The D'Ormand Stock company, ap pearing at the Central music hall In repertoire this week. Is one of the best companies seen in Crown Point in a long time. They are deserving of a liberal patronage. The old Wells Fargo express office has been moved to the rear of Paul Raasch's feed store, and the workmen began yesterday morning on the new brick block for Maurice Miller. The shock of the explosion at Aetna yesterday morning broke three large window lights in Superintendent F. F. Heighway's residence on North Main street. The Valparaiso home talent company did not draw a very large audience to see their production of "A Married Man's Troubles" Saturday night. Everyone seemed to have troubles of their own. 'HfWoods, one of the trustees ap pointed to take charge of the right-of-way deeds for the new electric line be tween here and Gary, was here yes terday and reported prospects as bright for the ultimate securing of the entire line. He expressed a hope to see the cars running, by Sept 1, 1907. LION KAUFMANN & WOLF, HAMMOND, IND. -------- - - GREAT CORSET PURCHASE Purchased at the Sale of the Stock of the First National Co-Opgr-ative Society, (Cash Buyers Union) Chicago, at about 60c on the dollar to be divided in two lots These ALL THE ir?"? A Style V Don't Miss this Opportunity, the Sale of these Corsets at the above Prices will last only 3 Days. 1, SPECIAL OFFERING NOW. Business and Residence lots in Morris' Addition on Columbia Avenue, directly opposite the Standard Steel Car Company's Works. BUSINESS LOTS $500 AND UP. RESIDENCE LOTS $300, EASY TERMS. DIS COUNT FOR CASH. Six new brick houses on Summer street, for sale plan. GET YOU If you don't think you get better values fn Watches, Diamonds and Jewelry at Baster & Mc- Garry's, 175 South Hohman street. Our special holi day stock of Cut Glass and Silverware is now com? plete. Lake County Title & Guaranty Company ABSTRACTERS F. R. MOTT, President, J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary, FRANK HAMMOND. Vice-Pres. A. H. TAPPER. Treasurer, S. A. CULVER, Manager. Hammond and Crown Point, Indiana. Secretary's office in Majestic Bldj., Hammond. Abstracts furnished promptly at current rates. Toilet, Manicure and Shaving Sets, Christmas and New Year's Postals, German and English. JoSoWoWels, The Druggist &&i0ir Viir JaJ fj and to be sold at Corsets range In Prices from $1.25 to $2.00 NEWEST STYLES Hi MADE OF BEST FRENCH COUTIL STRONGLY BONED THROUGHOUT FOUR WEB HOSE SUPPORTERS ALL THE NEWEST STYLES MM now ready for occupancy, on the monthly payment 3C o 1 98 State St. Olhi i I ''!','' '