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Velnosda Dec. 12, 1906. THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES PAGE SEVEN. Column Gerroanln Club will gtc a Masquerade Isnll, Suturudy liter. 15, at Chopin .,ri are Invited, admission -5 cent a Hall, opposite (ltal 1'ar. ah P"- 11-30 prrnon. "WANTED Waitresses at Hammond Cafe; srofd wagc-P. 12-12-2L WANTED Carpenters, one used eomotlve works preferred. A. C. Torbet & Co. W A NT ED Ten liuhstadts. sabs ladies. 12 Apply -10-3t. V.'ANTKD Ily reliable man, a position as ni Street., ;ht watch. Appiy at w"w Nil kel Plato hotel. li-i'J-". WANTED Fifty teams for grading all winter. Apply Angus Bros. & Co. 809 Hammond building 12-7-2t. WANTED Boarders in private family-: Inquire 411 Logan street. 12-C-lwk. WANTED Girl for general housework. One that will move with family to Crown Point Jan. 1st. Apply E. S. Carter, 74 State street. 12-7-tf. -Lady boarder. Call 72 South street, or telephone 4163. WANTED Hohman 12-12-tf. WANTED Hoard and room in private family by young man. Address H. Gordee, general delivery. Hammond, Jnd. 12-12-lt. LOST Between Highlands and Griffith a black pocketbook containing money and papers. Reward will be given up on return to post ofUce, Highlands. Ind. AHrt Plulster.- 12-12-tf. FOR SALE OR KXCHANGK Thor oughbred bird dog. will make good watch dog. Inquire at Fred Langes paloon, Maynard, Ind., or address John Ohalifaux, Dyer, Ind. 12-12-lt. yoll SALE Mare heavy with foal; 20 . i.i irini- breeder. About 14 50 pounds. Call or address. G Kinser. C67 May street. 12-12-4t. L. FOlt SALE Three pool tables and one . i hWo infinite of A. H. DUiiaiu 11-20-tf Tapper. FOR SALE Gold watch, suitable for lady or gentleman. Perfect condi tion. Apply Lake county Times. 11-20-tf. l'OU SALE Kew h-roora hooif, mod ern j larne burnt on Warren streetj a bargain at 3,300; -old on account ot sickness. GOSTLIN, MUVJi & CO. 10-16-tf Full RENT Five furnished rooms, llrst floor FeCOnd !i"eI' Lower floor right party. 12-l-2t. three furnished rooms, for light housekeeping. will rent reasonable to 2!2 Michigan avenue. FOR RENT 'A seven room flat. Ideally located; one of the best buildings in the city; rooms are on the lower floor i a r cnatprn exposure. Present Mini lie v; . tenants will vacate Immediately. Ap ply to R. E. W., care Lake County TiMEf. 12-ll-3t. FOR KENT Six room flat, modern conveniences. Apply 44 Douglas Ptreet, West Hammond. 12-11-lw. FOR KENT Store with stationary box. Good location. Inquire 271 diana avenue. 12-11-2W. Ice In- H KENT Two furnished rooms, all modern conveniences, apply 2.3 Oak- ley avenu 12-ll-3t FOR RENT Furnished rooms; all mod ern convenience. Apply 261 South Hohttian street, phone 2552. D. A. Paugh LOSfT OK STOLEN From Harry Kll cullen, a white greyhound, one black spot on ear; eight months old; goes by name of Fly. If found return to H. Kilcullen, Whiting, and receive re ward. ll-27-3wk. Does your sewing machine need re pairs? If so call up C. F. Miller, the sewintr machine expert. 241 East State street, phone 2601. 10-16-lm. CaXter's first class livery and under taking; open day and night, ambulance calls answered promptly. 6-29tf The name of the Erlebach Planing Mill i3 changed to the Invalid Appli ance and Cabinet Mfg. Co.. 406-408-410-412 Indiana avenue, telephone 1871. lidding Bro stamped linens Pi rite street. . embroidery at the Singer silks and Store, 241 12-8-tf ; f 'V l , p. .hits I ion. tt hell, in IV lay rates itral Pas via Erie to all H-nger associa NO I It G. To -th officers and Eureka Camp SO 5 4. M. the hereby notified to liext .meeting. Dec. El, Importance and elect ie members W. of A. appear at for busines of You the s of n of officers. Yours truly. C. W. H EI N BACH, Clerk. OUR GaLOIiY PLAN SAVES HALF l!uv n farm at do It by recisteiit unit iinc. lull can g with us and buvlng 1 i 0 . - with tlu- members t oar Colony when they inly. o chnrRf tor membership or registration. Simply send us your name anil address, and we will mail you full particulars of our plan. Our Colony plan enables yon to Ret ttvice m tunny aert ir the name imuiev. If you are from "show" you. For for sale a very line "Missouri" we can example: we have tract of 33.000 acres of rich farm land irt a desirable lo . ..;;t in southwest Texas that can be for $tl per acre by taking the tract; the price of this land In re tracts is $15 an acre, and in f.acts It would cost 82!) to $30 re. Do you see the point? If :ht a small tract of the above !. ue you w ould have to pay at f'2" per ;.ere; the land is worth but by buying with your neigh- 1 1 si: p.. y . la le: it. le S b iSt to r y o l can Kct the same land for $6 le than ne-lhlrd. We have f others, larger and smaller per aert dozens tracts, when ately. Write prices vary proportion for full particulars. THE SHOWALTER AGENCY EAST CHICAGO, IND. encril tor The Lake Count;- Times. N l2-10-3t- uniiU In the Way of Sport iirnnnRi JOSHES S "I'll Punch You to Sleep on New Year's Day," Says Gans. Horn mr SAYS KID Fight Came Near Being Touched 05 Before the Time But Riley Interferes. Tonopah, Nev., Dec. display of ill-feeling 11. The between first Joe Gans and Kid Herman took place in the private office of Manager Riley this morning when the colored cham ghetto plon and the pride of Chicago's mixed it in a tiff of words. The meeting this morning was not the first between the two men who will try to beat each other to a pulp on New Year's day. Since the arrival of Gans there have been frequent meetings between the champion and Herman, but on these occasions all seemed to be serene. Everything ap peared to be cordial between the fight ers, but this was probably due to the fact that no mention was made of the coming bout. Today it was different. Herman dropped into the office while Gans was chatting with Manager Kiley. "Are you still loafing?" asked the Kid, part ly in joshing tones and partly in de rision. "You'll have to get to work or you won't stand a ghost, of a show," added Herman, still addressing Gans. Joe immediately became nettled. "I can lick you without training," retort ed Gans hotly. "You couldn't lick a postage stamp," answered the Kid sharply. This put Joe on his ear and he let drive. "I'll punch you to sleep on New Year's day, that's what I'll do," said Gans after he Jerked his chair around to face the Kid. Herman laughed In the champion's face as he remarked: "You need not wait that long if you think you can." Gans started up with an ugly scowl but Manager Kiley interposed, locked arms with Herman and carried him off, while Gans' friends cooled off the Bal timore fighter. HARRY SCOTT 25-1 WINS; SPRINT KILLS FAVORITES. Charlie Gnstinnn and Firebrand Set a Hecoril Pace, Go Three Furious In 35 Flut aud Then Lose. New Orleans, La., Dec. 11. The card at City Park today was ordinary and when the chief event of the original program, a condition attatr at a mile, was declared off and a six furlong sell ing race substituted there was little of attractive interest. Despite the mediocre card the at ance was far larger than was ex pected after the big outpouring on the opening day. Weather conditions were favorable. On the one day draw in, which it appears will prevail at City Park, twenty-four books accepted posi tions in the ring besides the two field books. Witli open looking races the betting was brisk. The feature developed in the second race, a seven furlong sprinting affair. In which Charlie Eastman, who scored an easy victory . yesterday, was favorite. The eastern horse. Firebrand, was generally conceded to be the con tender, and If either one of these had been out of the race the other might have won. As it was Charlie Eastman breaking none too well, rushed to tin front at the rise of the barrier. He was loined on the back-stretch by Fire brand and the pair made a record pace going to the three iuriong poie in :sa Hat and the five furlongs in 1:00 3-5 by outside timing. This was bound to tell, and In the stretch both Firebrand and Charlie Eastman stopped. Harry Scott, an ex treme outsider, in the meantime com ir.g on and winning In a hard drive bv a nose from Jack Dolan. Ihe latter was probably stronger and would hav won in a few more strides. CUES ACCEPT THE PENNANT; BRUSH STARTS SODEN BOOM President l'uUlnin 1 In the Chair at the Annual "Meeting of the National Uasebnll LenRtie. New York. Dec. 11. Chicago was In a front seat at the annual meeting to day of the National baseball league and with becoming modesty accepted the championship pennant won in last year's games. The matter came before the directors at a short morning ses sion, but went over for a full meeting of the league in the evening. Several complimentary speeches were made a President Murphy accepted the token and endless good wishes in a few well- turnea pnrases. immediately niter the j meeting of the directors a short ex- j eeutive session was held. President ! Pulliam being in the chair. j This afternoon Messrs. Brush and i Herrmann sprang a surprise by pre- seating a new candidate for the presl- j deney of the league in A. II. Soden of Boston. Mr. Soden knew nothing of the move and was induced to come to the meet- ; ing by George B. Dovey, a strong- sup- ! porter of Harry Clay Pulliam. The argument used by Messrs. Brush and j Herrmann was that Soden's loyalty to 1 the National League with his keen bus- i iness ability would give the league tha i strongest kind of an executive and one! able te cope with Ban- Johnson of the 1 American League. tf.j Mb II pi iiuimnn SII BIT RACE BEHIND RECORD Walthour-Bedell Team One Lap Behind and Can't Catch Up. 919 MILES ARE COVERED Record For Fifty Hours Is 1,002 Miles Several Spills Mar the Race. New York, Dec. 11. Thousands of persons were again drawn to Madison Square garden today and tonight to witness the six day bicycle races which began at midnight Sunday. The most interesting features of to day's grind were the attempts on the part of Bobbie Walthour of Atlanta. Ga., and his team-mate, John Bedell of Long Island, io make up the derlcit of one lap which they incurred yesterday when they doubled up as a reconstruct ed team. They made frequent spurts ahead of the bunch, but each time failed to make a gain. All the riders are watching this pair closely, and are on the constant alert lest Walthour and Bedell gain the coveted lap. Walthour Nearly Ilenaln Lit p. Walthour came very nearly fooling the field late tonight, when he gained almost a lap after a desperate sprint, but Unfortunately there was a spill, and, although he was not in it, under the rules he was not allowed the ad vantage he had gained. The score at midnight was 902 miles and G laps for all teams, except Wal thour and Bedell, who are still one lap behind. The record for forty-eight hours is S6G miles and 3 laps. Score at 1 a. in.: Twelve teams, miles, 7 laps; Walthour-Bedell, miles 6 laps. Two a. m. score: Twelve teams, miles, six laps; Walthour-Bedell, 919 919 930. 930 miles, 5 laps. Kecord for fifty hours is 1,002 miles. 2 laps. On three occasions tonight the rid to make ers were called from the track way for special events. NORTH DIVISION TO TAKE FOOTBALL TRIP TO COAST. Professor Gives His Consent to 2.000 3IIle Journey to Seattle and Spokane Where eu Year's Day Games Will Ue Flayed. It practically was decided yester day that the North Division football team woum go to Seattle to play a game on New Year's day. Principal Oliver S. Westcott gave his consent to the boys taking the trip, and word im mediately was sent to the western town that the local team could accept xne Seattle cnauenge narcny nad Deen accepted when a telegram was received from Spokane asking for a game witli the Chicago team before or after the Seattle contest, captain Dornblaser is considering the new offer, and it is likely both games will be played. Principal Westcott withdrew his ob jection to tae trip after a letter from each of the boys' parents stating that they were willing that their sons should go were presented to him. The word was immediately passed to the vari ous mem tiers oi tne eleven, and ror a few minutes there were some lively proceedings. Mr. Westcott, in giving permission, said that as long as the parents of the boys were willing to 1 mem go, ana as the trip would m no way conflict with their school work, he had no objection. SPORTING BRIEFS. Denver, Colo.. Doe. 11. Jimmy Gard ner of Lowell tonight defeated Kube Smith of Denver, an aspirant for the welter-weight title, in ten rounds to a decision. There was no foul fighting on either side, and each showed ability to take punishment. vjaraner outclassed nis opponent anc naa him nearly out twice, but could not land the finishing blow. He explained this afterwards by saying that he hurt his right hand early in the fight and was unable to use it ti strike a telling blow. Fred Beell. champion heavv-weitrht wrestler of America, is due to arrive to day from New England at Brooke's Casino Friday r.ight. Since he won the title from Frank Gotch at New Orleans a few weeks since, Beell has been keep ing in trim at his Wisconsin farm for the hard campaign that is ahead of him, and he will -be in first class shape for Rogers. The latter is a big. strong fel low, and a poor one to take chances with. Beell realizes this. The annual meeting of the league will be held today at American the Audi- tonum Annex, i ne ooard or directors which includes Otikago, New York, Washington and Cleveland, will get to gether at 10 o'clock this morning, and th:s meeting will be followed by the regular league meeting. All indica tions point to complete harmony, and " the principal interest in the yearly ; gathering centers in the big trade which i may be made. The magnates who are : already on the ground and President i ran p.. Johnson remain silent on th question, but there ferenees yesterday, enveloped in a haze were several all of which of mystery. con were Sin Francisco, Cab, Dec. 11. Wal ter Miller distinguished himself by pi loting to victory the only three mounts he had during the afternoon at Emery ville, and his followers reaped a verit- Aable harvest, a3 Karosilany, which ca- tured the first event, was a 10 to 1 shot. Other winners piloted by Miller were Plausible and Comilfo. The book makers had slightly the better of the argument witli the speculative public. The special carded for tomorrow be tween Cruzados, Shotgun and Fireball is off on account of the refusal Trainer Cook "to start Cruzados. 1 ! The north division high school foot ball eleven, champions of Cook county, will resume their training this after noon under the direction of Captain Dornblaster and acting Coach Walter Steffen preparatory to the trame with Seattle (Wash.) high school team en New Year's day. The team has had a short rest since the championship game with Oak Park, and will re-enter training in the best condition. An effort will be made this week to match Lilly Maylield of Indianapolis for a limited round fight with Eddie Stern of LaPorte, who lias the record of a decision over Batling Nelson and who last week knocked out Cyclone Myers at South Rend. Maylield won from Stern at Indianapolis about a year ago. John I. Taylor, owner of the Boston American League Baseball club, arrived in Chicago today and made categorical denial of the rumors published the last month in regard to the contemplated sale of his club and changes in Us per sonnel next year. "Are you going to sell out?" President Taylor was asked this two minutes after he "blew in" Ban John son's office in the Fisher building, to- lay. 'I should say not," laughed the young magnate. "No, sirree; I am in the game to stay. I like tt, and the reports that I want to unload my holdings are abso lutely false." Big Jack Johnson, colored champion heavy-weight boxer, passed through Chicago last night, enroute to Los Angeles from the east. Johnson ling ered but a few hours and said that he thought the quicker he reached the ast the better, as on the ground he would nave a better chance to secure battle with one of the white heavy weights than at long range. "Just wait until I get to Los Angeles. I'll mak( Burns and O'Brien fight or crawl, and if they cannot be drawn into the rin will take on Jeffries for the champ ionship. Tom McCarey has been quot ed as saying that he would not let me fight at his club, but I think he will change his mind if his patrons de mand it." The announcement that Lumley and the Jordan are not for sale clarifies National league baseball 'situation a whole lot, and reduces the meting now under way at New York to a question of Pulliman or no Pulliman. It had begun to look as though the meeting had been called simply for bids on the two Brooklyn players, and it is really refreshing to learn that Mr. Eb betts has decided to keep his men ami make an honest try for the ilag In 1907. In fact. Charlie Murphy says that Eb betts even offered him 812,000 for three of his players, which shows that the Brooklyn' man has taken the right stand and come out of the slough of greed. Of course, a still greater offer may yet be made for Jordan and Lum ley, in which case Mr. Ebbetts may weaken, but from all present indica tions he will make a game effort to boost his team, and the Brooklyns will e formidable contenders next season. NEARY KNOCKS OUT FARMER ; NEEDED BUT THREE ROUNDS, Farmer Hnd Ileen the AggreNsor the Fud CoiiiIuk Am Soon As It and Did Was Quite Unexpected. iavenport, lowa, uec. 11. Charley Neary of Milwaukee knocked out Young Kid Farmer of Peoria in the third round of the scheduled fifteen round go before the Davenport Ath letic club here tonight. A left to the stomach sent Farmer down for the count of nine, and when he arose and started mixing it, Neary sent him down and out with a short right jab to the jaw. Up to this time Farmer had been the aggre'ssur and the ending was unexpected. The Peoria fighter used the tactic:1 of jumping around the ring and h.- puncned Aeary at win in the opening rounds. Neary kept coming, however, and with the bulldog tenacity that gave him his reputation kept follow ing Farmer at every turn In the third Farmer fought and two stiff punches did the Joe Coffey of Chicago refereed. Kid Taylor of Chicago and wildly work. Eddie Toy of Milwaukee fought ten fast, hard rounds to a draw in the semi-wmdup Woman's Worries. There are two things that generally worry a woman. One is the difficulty of getting all the clothes she wants and the other is the trouble she has in figuring out how some other worn an is able to dress labishly. Ex. change. Tribute to Farmer'? Life. United fctates faenator Pettus of Alabama who is 86 years of aee, when recently asited what vocation he would choose if he were again begin ning active life, replied: "The high calling of a farmer." THE OVERLAND LBIITED TO CALIFORNIA. Via Chicago, .Milwaukee and St. Paul Hallway. Less than three days from Chicago to California. Through sleeping car service on the Overland Limited. in con nection with the Union Pacific-Southern Pacific lines. From Union passen ger station, Chicago, at 8 p. m. dally. Arrive Los Angeles and San Francisco the afternoon of the third day. Through -tourist sleeper at 10:25 p. m. dally. Personally conducted - tourist car parties at 10:25 p. m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. P.ate for doable berth from Chicago to Pacific coast, 17.00. Complete information regarding rates, routes and train service free. Send six cents in stamps for book on California. E. G. HATDEN. TRAVELING PASSENGER AGENT, 426 Superior Ave.. N. CLEVELAND. FISH QUESTION WONT DOWN British Government Denounced "Abject JSnrrender". to, the . United States. foe- London. Pec. 12. Strongly denounce ins the "'abject surrender" of the gov- j enmicnt to the United States in the matter of the Newfoundland modus Vi vendi in the fisheries question The Post, in an editorial article this mom ir.jr. tircres the parliaments of other colonies sympathizing with Newfound land to adopt identical resolutions set tins forth that no settlement which 1-; not satisfactory to Newfoundland ousrht to te effected hy the imperial authorities until the ri?ht conferred by the treaty of ISIS are defined, by i i"i p a rt i a 1 r. rb i t rn t or s. Fortified by such resolution, The Post declares, the colonial premiers miirht press this matter at the col onial conference to be held next April. CHAPLAIN" M'CABE STRICKEN Methodist Bishop Laid Low by Apo plexy, but r.x peeled to Recover Speedily. New York. Dec. 12. Bishop Charles Cftrdwcll McCa.be, who fctfore his elec tion to the bishopric of the Methodist Episcopal church was popularly known as "Chrpla'.n" MK'abe, was stricken with apoplexy just after he arrived in this city. lie was at onco removed to the New York hospital, where it was said that though the outcome of the bishop's attack could 'not be positively predict ed, his present condition was decided ly favorable to a speedy recovery. lie will remain at the hospital for a few days at least, and probably longer un less he wishes to leave. Democrats Ahead at t$oton. Boston. Dec. 12j Although the 12v Althou sit- nation was complicated by numerous independent candidates the honors in the municipal election here apparently rest with the Democrats, who pot a majority of the offices. The city fa vored liquor licenses by more than 20, OoO majority. Because They Would Not Peach. Chicago, Dec. 12. Twenty-four boys, students at Morgan, Bark acad emy, have been expelled from ' the school, and will be sent home because they will not deliver over to the ofll- cifils of the school three culprits who raided the room of one of the head masters. All Democrats but One. New York, Deo. 12. Complete offi cial returns of the vote cast for state ollicers in every county of New York state in the recent state election show that the entire Democratic state ticket except the candidate for governor was elected. Kx-Senator Brown Is Dying. Washington, Dec. 12. Ex-United States Senator Brown, .who was shot down in his room in the Baleigh hotel last Saturday by Mrs. Anna M. Brad- lev, is gradually sinkincr and his death may occur at any moment. Immense Incubator in Australia. Australia has the largest duck farm and the largest incubator in the world. The incubator has a capacity of 11,440 ducks' eggs, or 14,080 hens' eggs. The machine is, in fact, a hot house. It stands in open ground and is constructed of ordinary pine boards with corrugated iron roof. Swearing. George Bernard Shaw argues that swearing is not a sin. Even on that excessively liberal theory, swearing is a nuisance that should be abated. Real Estate Transfers A list of transfers of real estate furnished daily by the Lake County Title and Guaranty Company, abstract ers, Crown Point, Ind. Elizabeth Helfin to Henry Govert, s1 sw4 section 17- 33-9, containing SO acres $ David Goot to Rose Goot, lots ' 20 and 21. Mary C. Clark's addition, Crown Point....... East Chicago Co. to Wm C. Tyler, lot 16, block 13, fourth addition, Indiana Harbor, . . 450.00 230.00 Leonora M. Hart to Chicago, Indiana & Southern Ry., part wM, section 33-36-9, contain ing 327 acres 1,140.50 Louise Morbek to Mary J. Van Ness, east half lot 25, block 2, AVilcox & Godfrey's addition, Hammond Theodore Harvey to Sophia Harvey, lots 25 and 26, 13 and 19, Harvey's subdivision, lot 22, block 5, A. Rob erts' subdivision. Whiting... 1,730.00 1.00 Tatrick J. Carlin to Fred Schneider, eVz nw'4 section 22-32-9. containing 80 acres, also sl2 seH section 15-32-9, containing SO acres 3,600.00 Peter Thullen to Alta M. Eich, sw''i nwt-i section 35-32-9, contianing 40 acres Town of Crown Point to Pitts burg, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Ry. lot 2, block 30. railroad addition. Crown Point Geo. TV. Lawrence to James M. Dickey, sw; ne4 and e1. seU, except 60 rods off south side, section 34-32-9, contain ing ) acres 1.00 1.00 3,600.00 trown i'omt tiectrle Co. to P. C. C. & St. L. Ry Co. part lot 1. block SO. railroad ad dition. Crown Point, Adam Dlllabaough to P. C. C. & St. L. Ry. Co.. part lot 5. block 29. railroad addition. Crown Point, In addition to the foregoing fers there have been filed for 3 mortgages, 3 releases and llaneous instruments. 1.00 1.00 2 mis- RAILROAD TIME CARDS. WABASH RAILROAD East Hound No. 14 LoCai points to Detroit. Hammond 11:4S a. m- No. 6 Through train Buffalo & New York. Hammond 3:3 p. ra. o- 12 Through tiain Buffalo & New York. Boston. Ham mond ll:43p.nx West Bound No. 5 to Chicago. 111.. Ham mond 6:lt a. a- No. 9 to Chicago. St. LouU & Kansas City. Hammond.... 9:34 a. m. No. 1 to Chlc60. Hammond.. 8:03p.m. No. 13 to Chicago, St. Louis & Kansag City 8:40 p.m. FRED N. HICKOK. Agent. Hammond. 1K1E RAILROAD , KifiecUve Sunday, No. IS, 190d- We.Nt Ilouud. No. 27 5:45 a. m., dally ex. Sunday. No. 7 6: 12 a. m., daily. No. 9: 7:30 a. m., dally. No. 25 8:40 a. m., dally. No. 3 4:43 p. m., dally. No. 5-11 10:10 p. m.. dally. No. 21 3:50 p. m.. dally ex. Sunday. No. 23 10:05 a. m.. daily. Rant Hon ml. No. 411:53 a. m., dally. No. 10 6:02 p. m., dally. No. 8 10:25 p. m., dally. No. 12. 1:35 a. ni., dally. No. 228:10 a. m.. daily ex. Sunday. No. 24 3:25 p. m., daily. No. 2 6 6:15 p. m., daily. No. 2S 6:55 n: m.. daily ex. Sunday. A. M. DEWEESI3. Agent. MCfc.NM: MJT1CE. Notice is hereby given to the cltlzena of Hammond, North Township, Lake County, Indiana, that I, a male Inhabl- int of the city, county and state afore said, over the age of 21 years and a person not in the habit of becoming In toxicated, will apply to the Board of County Commissioners at Its regular session, which Is to be held In Crown Point on the 7th day of January, 1907, for a license to sell spirituous. vinous or malt liquors In less cjuantltles than a quart at a time with the privi lege of allowing the same to be drunk on the premises wnere sold. The place where said liquors are to bo sold and drunk is described as fol lows: The ground floor room of the five story brick and stone building, sit uated at No. 177 South Hohman street, on lot o, block 3. Townsend & Godfrey's addition to Hammond. There are of fice rooms adjoining and above. Signed II. II. Schneider, Hammond, Ind. Dec. 7, 1906. ll-5-3wk. HAMMOND DAIRY CO. The only sanitary plant in northern Indiana that purifies and filters all its milk and cream. Open to the public for inspection. Telephone 2573, 253 Oakley Avenue HAMMOND, IND. LICKXSU AOTlCi:. Notice Is hereby given to tho citi zens of Hobart Township, Lake Coun ty, State of Indiana, that I, Fred Carr. a male inhabitant of said Township for more than 90 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 January 7th, 1907, for a license to sell spirituous, vinous and malt liquors in quantities of less than a quart at a tima with the privilege of having the same to be drunk on the premises where sold. The place where the said liquors are to be sold and drunk is described as follows: The west room on the ground floor of the two-story frame building, situated on Lot Number two (2), as marked and laid down on the recorded plat of Steam's and Moore's subdi vision of Block Number Six (6) in Miller Station, Hobart Township, Lake County, Indiana, the said subdivision being a subdivision of the South half of Section Six (6), Township Thirty-six (36) North, Range Seven (7) West of the second I. M. in said County and 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, 1S0S. The Ad. WANTED A salesman, clean cut, active, one who is result producer, to call on over 20,000 people daily. Ad dress, THE PUBLIC. The Answer "The Puhlic:" Try a Want Ad. in e Times. It k that Th salesman. I. s. Read The Lake Financial Aewi, County Times for MONON. Time Table effective South June 3. 190a. Na S No. S. Kn , ....fl2:03 :1S 12:50 3:55 8.50 m. m m. m. ra. No. No. No. No. No, No. No. No. 89 33 , North 4 6:10 a. m. 6:47 a. m. 8:36 a. m. 11:11 a. m. 4:39 p. ra. 8:01 p. m. ' x7:49 p. nr Sunday onlr. 86 40 S3 38 6 80 Denotes No. S X F Dally except Sunday. Flag atop onl$. . J- CL DOWNING. Agent. MICHIGAN CENTRAL The Masara Falls Koute. following time table jroea lnt The eCect on the Michigan Central R. Sept. 30, 1S06: Train a V.mm. o. j Dallv Sunday, Detroit .... 7:53 CJrand Mall .... No. 4 4 Dallv am Sunday, Hapids Ejrn. . 1:54 No. 32 pa Dally ex. Sunday. Ka!tn. zoo No. 4 4 AcciT 3 55 T"- .11 pm any ex. Sunday, flrnnri Rapids. EP- 1:01 No. No. 38 No. pm pm am "any. Detroit Exp 10:47 Dally. Atlantic Exp...lJ;49 3:47 p. m. ... . "i iun rn Ti) If A nn passeng-er for jvaiKinar.ro and nnir.i. 'o ana roint No 10 dThi at Hammond at 11:10 a. ra, w.u stop to take on passengers for u41rt,0 cna points east thereot. advance notico ia given. when Trnlun West. 41 Dally, Chicago Kxp... :20 87 Dally, Pacific Exp 6:40 27 Daily ex. Sunday. Chlcaa-o No. No. am am am am pm pro. pm pm No. Local 9:5 No. 4 3 Dally ex. Sunday, Chicago Exrress 11:63 No. 9 Dally, Chicago Exp 3:06 No. 45 Daily ex. Sunday, Grand Bapirts. Chicago Exp 4.08 No. 6 Dally ex. Sunday, Chicago Mall K.12 No. 47 Dally ex. Sunday, Kala mazoo. Chicago Local 7:05 No. 49 Sunday only, Kalamatoo Chicago Local s-is pm I. E. DICKINSON. Ticket Agent. PENNSYLVANIA LINE. Schedule In effect Sunday. Nov. 26. 08. Leave Arrive Leave Arrive Ham'd Chicago Chicago Ham'd x 6:60 6:46 Ili33 12:31 6:26 7:85 6:25 6:26 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 xl3t38 ltSS 8:50 10:11 Si31 4 130 11:20 12t3S X 4t4S 6:05 StSO 4i49 5i32 CiliO 4il5 6iSa Bisa 7ioo 4 iso ctsa X 7 tOO 8t00 Ci40 St43 0(15 7tl7 Daily, x Dally except Sunday, a Sun day only. Black-face figures Indicate P. ill light-face figures A. M. CHICAGO TO THE CITY OF MEXICO WITHOUT CHANGE OF CA11S. 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. II. Tristram. A. G. P. A., 97 Adams street, Chicago. UP-TO-DATE LIVERY Rogers & Burge 71-73 State Street. NEW, FIRST CLASS EQUIPMENT Om CARRIAGE MEETS ALL. NIGH TRAINS. E ur'op e a riC b ok I n g S c h io 6 1 s . Germany and Austria have about 150 cooking schools. A four years course Is necessary before a diploma is granted. Most of the hotel chef3 have diplomas from these schools. f'-o to Texas aud Return Via tbe Walt, baah. The Wabash sells homeseekers' ex cursion tickets from Chicago to tho principal points in Texas at $25 for the round trip. If you are Interested, ad vise us your objective point and wa will send you Interested printed matter with itinerary showing time, etc. F. II. Tristram, A. G. P. A., 97 Adams street, Chicago. The State of Indiana. Lake Connty. In the Lake Superior Court, December term, 15KV-. Union National Savings & Loan Aesociatioa vs. Jan Mastej, et al. Cause No. 63". Action to Foreclose Mortgage. Now comes the plaintiff by CmmpacVer g Moran, attomejs. and files it complaint herein, together 'with an affidavit of a onmpetent per on. Rhowirg that the defendants, SicN'eil Si Hlgglns company, a corpora tio i ; Louie J Groaa, Money Weight Scale Ccrapany. a corporation! Henry Horner are not residents of the State of Indiana. Said defendants are therefore hereby notified of tbe tendency ot said action and that the same will stand tor trial at the next term of said Court, and that unle5a they appear and answer or demur therein, at the caLirg- of said causa, on the 25th tw of Jannary, A D.. t07. the same being the TTrth da of the next term of said Court to be begun nd he. din ttecoart house at Ham mond, in said County and State on the th Mon day of December. A. D 1906, said action will bo heard and determined in their a' sence. In witness whereof, 1 hereunto set my hand and sfMx the seal cf said Court at Hammond, taia !th Day of December. A. D.. r" tSeal.) HAROLD H. WHEELER. Clerk L. S. C By Carrie B. Miles. Deputy Clerk. Palace of Sweets CANDIES AND ICE CREAM 4Sabcrli Xer lb LJm Count j- Times.