THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES
Mondar. Dec. 30, 1907.
Mrs. II. Preesen ';of Chicago visited
relatives hro on Sunday.
iiev. Fchwalj of N'aiK-rviilc, presid
ing emer 01 this district, nem com
munion servief -3 at tl.u Evangelical
church last evening. The services
were very largely attf-ndd.
Mrs. J. W. P.elsor and Miss Nell Day
ton of Keota, Iowa, are spending the
holidays fit the home of their cousin,
Mrs. J. A man, of Indiana boulevard.
Henry Sehrag'e sr. of Whiting, deeded
a strip of land to the c!ty of Ham
mond, from Indiana boulevard to Ian
coin avemie, to bo used as a street.
This street will be culled Benedict
avenue, and will be a Kreat improve
ment to our town. Cinder", are belntr
hauled for it and by sprini; the street
will be completed.
J. Sharpe and family returned from
Bourbon, Ind., Saturday.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas huro
huo of Huberts avenue, a baby hoy
last evening. Mother and son are Rot
ting1 along nicely.
Mrs. Worthy Exton of Reese av :iue
is very low at the Wesleyan hospital
In Chicago with blood poison.
Mrs. L. Emuel, who has been ::. ml- !
ing a few weeks at the home of her
brother, William I'ayne, of Harrison
avenue, returned to Alton, 111., where
Bhe will Join her husbund, who is em
ployed at that place.
Mrs. Ed Freeso of Roberts avenue
returned from Bourbon, Ind., where
she attended the funeral of Mrs. A. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kasch and three
Children, of Roberts avenue, spent
Sunday visiting relatives in South Chi
cago. Mrs. Joseph Aman and daughter
were the guests at a birthday party
Sunday at the home of the former's
Bister, Mrs. Edmonds.
J. Puane Gleghorn, a graduate of
the Whiting high school in the class
of '06, who is now attending the Uni
versity at Beloit, Wis., is upending a
few days with Arnold Exton.
Miss Agnes Dickinson is seriously
111 at the home of her mother, in John
street with nervous prostration.
Mesdames" John Stoneham, Anna
Dunning and Lena Stoll were among
thosa who visited Mrs. Worthy Exton
at the Wesley hospital yesterday. The
condition of Mrs. Exton remains the
same as far the past two days, the
doctors giving no hopes whatever of
Mrs. Roy AValker having completely
recovered from her recent illness, was
brought homo from the Mercy hospital
Mr. and Mrs. Hammond of Indiana
Harbor, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Dunn of Sheridan avenue, yes
terday. Miss Marie O'llara of Carson, 1'irie,
Scott & Company, is enjoying a weeks1
Mrs. Janus Clark of Central avenue
was taken to the Mercy hospital in Chi
Mr. and Mis. John Hannephin en
tertained several relatives at their
home in One Hundred and Nineteenth
and Clark streets yesterday. Those
who wore present were Mr. and Mrs.
'Harry Spring and children of Austin
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hannephin
and Miss Sophia Swanson of Chicago.
All returned home last night with the
exception of ('.race and e.Tssis Spring,
who will remain with their grandpar
ents for a few days.
Frank MacPherson of Chicago made
his usual visit to Whiting yesterday.
Hoyt Ograni was in Hammond last
Charles Hannephin accompanied by
East Chicago friends saw "Josie the
Little Madcap" at the Calumet last
Dr. E. M. Weils lias 'gone to Newton,
111., where he was called by the. death
of Ills sister. The doctor was called
to Newton at Thanksgiving time by her
illness, but returned when she was
thought to be better. The funeral was
Mrs. Tom Rartlett and sister and
brother, Mr. and Mrs. O'Donnell, of De
troit, visited with Mrs. Harry bee at
'the Presbyterian hospital yesterday.
HO BART NEWS
Axel Strom and family were Sunday
'.visltovs with friends in ChicagOj
Dr. R. C. Maekey has just recovered
from a svere attack of la grippe.
Cal. Beltzhoover. of Indiana Harbor,
visited friends here yesterday, and with
Ids family, who have been here the last
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Charlea DelU-CUts., Prop.
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week, returned to their home last evening.
John Foley, of Chicago, spent Sunday j
wita his parents in Hobart.
Mr. and Mrs. Axel Helln. of Chicago,
visited with friends in Hobart yester
day. Miss Kleezor, who lias been visiting in
Hobart with 1kt parents the past two
weeks, left last everlr.- fur Grand
Kuisrene Sholl and so:;, Willie, were
Valparaiso visitor:; yesterday.
. Phil Roper, Jr., and Miss Doilie New
man visited friends in Valparaiso Sun
dav. Mrs. W. V,. Truesdell. who had been I
visiting her par.-nts. Mr. and Mrs. :.. j
J. LooKf, iiere lor a wee'.c, returned to
Robert Palmer, who has been hold
ing a position In Chicago for several
years, is home here to stay fur awhile.
Charley Pellrnan, of Hammond, vis
ited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
C. K. Nichols, here. Sunday.
The schools in Lowell and Ced?r
Creek township commenced again
Monday, after a weeks' vacation.
Our fine sleighing is all gone and
everybody is going on wheels again.
Our doctors are kept busy day and
night. It is said that there has not
feeen so much sickness with grip in
years as there is now. There is hardly
enough well ones left to take care of
Phillip Keilman spent Saturday with
relatives in Hobart.
Miss Matilda Kaiser of Chicago ar
rived here Saturday to spend a few
days at her old home.
Miss Theresia Keul of Chicago Is
spending a few day's at the home of
her sister, Mrs. Theo Kammer at pres
ent. J. J. Klein Is on the sick list.
Yesterday the new trustees for the
St. Joseph church were elected for the
coming year. The following were
elected: William- Gettler, George E.
Schaefer, William Teutemaeiier and
George J. Paker.
A number of the members of the Co
lumbia League from here went to
Sehererville yesterday afternoon to at
tend the dedication of the new banner
of the GrltTl tli Court.
Nick Hoffman and family left yester
day evening for their home in Chicago.
Our dentist. Dr. E. Vercoe and fam
ily, are spending some time with rela
tives in Chicago. From there Mr.
Vercoe left for Leland, N. IX, to visit
M. A. Kammer of Englewood, is vis
iting with his brother, Theodore Kam
mer and family at present.
The second entertainment here yes
terday . afternoon was largely attended
in spite of the bad weather.
Mat Sehlachter, of Chicago visited
with relatives out here Sunday.
EAST CHICAGO NEWS
Tom Williams, who has been sing
ing at the new electric theater for
the last few nights, has made a de
Mr. and Mrs. William were Chicago
The Misses Helen Spencer and Anna
Davis were the guests of Miss Camp
ton at dinner last night.
Frank PeP-riae saw the "Merry
Widow" at the Colonial last night.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Cohen attended a
birthday party in Chicago yesterday.
Dr. Goldman will occupy his new
dental parlors In Sam Cohen's build
ing the first of next week.
Prosecuting Attorney Poone trans
acted business In East Chicago Sat
urday. Messrs. Herman Anderson and Ar
thur Keenan visited friends at Tine
Polite Thorpe left last night for To
ledo, where he will visit friends.
It is rumored that East Chicago is
to have a new pool room in the near
Chief Higgins returned Saturday
Harry Prolley of South Pend is vis
iting friends in this city.
Ixmie Wlttenburg visited his brother
William, in Chicago, yesterday.
The Psl Mil's will meet at the home
of John Pavis, 423S Paring avenue,
Mrs. Rosenthal visited friends in
C. r. Urie of Sturgis. Mich., is the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. Veacoi.
The Republic wort on this morning
for nobody knows how long.
vl Com? in and see ths bargains
offered before inveitDry is
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We ore now ready to sell Ladies
Skirts and Furs la addition to Tailoring.
The superior ouri convened this
morning after the Christmas recess.
The jury eases are the first to be taken
Miss Carrie A. Peels spent Sunday
In Waterloo, Iowa, a guest at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. A. Cushman, parents
of her fianot-, Andrew Cushman. Miss
Ieds will remain in Chicago until the
tenth of the month, after which she
will bo at the home of her brother, O.
W. Lc-c-ds, until l:tr marriage taks
The first week of the New Year will
be marked by a number of social func
tions, first among which is the recep
tion to be given by Mr. and Mrs. John
II. Parker tomorrow evening in their
beautiful home. The furnishing is
practically completed, but owing to the
ill health of Mrs. Barker they have
done no entertaining on a large scale
heretofore. About a hundred guests
are asked to the New Year's eve party
from S to 12 and there will be dancing
upstairs with music by Van tier Cook's
orchestra. On J uesdny night occurs
an elaborate darning party in N'ie
mer's annex, given by the Sitters and
Stayers. Marguelies orchestra of Chi
cago, which gave such excellent satis
faction last year, will play for the
dancers. In honor of her sister, Mrs.
J. F. Mathews of Waterloo, Iowa, Miss
Eddy will give a large tea on Thurs
day afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock and
will entertain at euchre Saturday and
again on Tuesday 0 next week.
Two new train dispatchers were add
ed to the Michigan Central force today,
making five In Chief Whipple's office.
On account of Increased business along
the line a readjustment was neces
sary and the St. Joe division will now
bo handled from here.
Frank A. McCauley, the well known
manager of the Prudential Insurance
company, is the latest victim of the
disappearanco craze that seems to be
epidemic in Michigan City. McCauley
and Oliver Thomas left Thursday night
for a western hunting trip, the ex
penses of which the former was to pay.
They reached St. Louis at 8 o'clock Fri
day morning, walked about for an hour
and then returned to the station. Thom
as went inside and when he came out
McCauley was gone. Being unable to
find his companion, Thomas returned to
this city and reported the matter to
Mrs. McCauley, who lives with her two
children at 60S'i West Tenth street
She says she knows nothing of hf-r
husband's plans and refuses to tafk.
It is said there is a shortage in Mc
Cauley's accounts and tin company
will make a thorough investigation and
put another man in his place.
Dr. Karl Freitag has suspended the
publication of his paper, Die Prole
Lanze, a democratic German weekly,
giving as his reasons the increase of
his business outside of the paper and
the falling off of patronage.
Prosecutor Miller filed thirty addi
tional delinquent tax cases in Justice
Snook's court Saturday, making a to
tal of sixty against Michigan City prop
The board of finance of the public
schools let the contract for the cus
tody of its funds to the First National
bank, bidding for a maximum of $35,
000; to the Citizens' bank, bidding for
a maximum of $20,000, and to the
Trust & Savings bank, bidding for a
maximum of $10,000. All three gave
ample personal bonds in the amounts
required under the new depository law.
Mrs. Fred Piemenstein, who has been
quite sick for a time with nervous
prostration, is improving slowly.
Mrs. A. Pathrop was a Valparaiso
Mrs. Eby has returned after an ex
tended visit with her daughter, Mrs!
Messrs. A. Pathrop, P. II. Craige, M.
Wilson and P. K. Johnston attended a
Masonic meeting at Hobart Friday
Miss Covene Plount of Valparaiso,
Ind.. sncnt Friday with friends in
Mrs. P. A. Marquart visited Hobart
Mrs. L. K. Johnston was a Hobart
Thos. Carey transacted business in
Mrs. Fercv Workman returned from
a visit in Chicago Sunday morning.
Election of officers of the M. E.
church and Sunday school will be held
this evening at the church.
Mrs. StockJale returned to her home
m Cassapolic, Mich., accompanied by
her granddaughter, Miss Stockdale, of
Simon Hatten and wife, who have
been visiting relatives in Wheeler, re
turned to their home in Culver, Satur
Mrs. Charles Hatten and child are
visiting at the home of Mrs. Hatten's
parents In Purr Oak.
The Valparaiso high school basket
ball team defeated the All Stars, a
team of ex-high school and university
players, Saturday evening in the high
school gymnasium, by a score of 47 to
3 3. The game was a very interesting
lV'Ma t: ciojrq pr.T3TCt qSnoqi 'oao
crowd. Felt on for the hiqh school and
Johnson for the All Stars, did the best
Miss Gertrude Polk went to Chicago
Saturday to attend the wedding of
Miss Marguerite Washburn.
Attorney Joseph Bartholomew of
East Chicago spent Sunday with his
parents in Valparaiso.
P. 1 1. Cophn was in Hebron Satur
day on business.
Attorney George P. Williams of Ches
terton was in town on legal business
Postmaster John E!am and Revenue
Collector J. H. Wilson have returned
from Indianapolis where they attended
the republican love feast. They report
a rousing time.
Prof. A. F.'Re'.dis of the department
of oratory at Valparaiso University,
read Dickens' Christmas Carol in the
University auditorium Saturday even
ing in a pleasing manner. H- was as
sisted by Prof. Brewster of the music
department, who rend. -red several vocal
solos which were well received hy the
audience. The evening's entertainment
was given under the auphts
of the Y. W. C. A. and it was a pity
that a larger audience, was not present
to greet these talented young men.
CROWN POINT NEWS
The Musical meets with Mrs. W. P.
McMahon this evening.
The firemen elected officers for the
ensuing year as fed low's : Captain,
Frank Soh'.emmer ; lieutenant, Albert
Meyer; captain hose 1, Charles Kais-r;
lieutenant hose 1. Tony Piatt : cuptain
hose 2. Bert Meeker; lieutenant hose 2,
The Owl club of Whiting defeated the
Men's club of Crown Point T'J-lSv Ger
ard was the star for Whiting while
Crown Point lacked of any.
A man from I.ogansport was killed
while alighting from a train yesterday
morning at the d-pwt. the head being
severed from his body.
Arthur Kerber, Chicago 2 3
Francis Hildobrandt, Chicago 20
Herman Prands, Cedar Pake, Ind 20
Carrie Reiehert, Dyer, Ind 25
William F. Miller, Union Mills. Ind... 42
Frieda W. Hums, Hammond 27
Eugene R. Merrick, Spring Prairi?,
AY is 28
Nellie E. Wood, Spring Prairie, Wis.. 19
George P. Noble, Toledo, 0 44
Marie McEnroe, Algone, In 23
Moses Feeser, Crown Point 20
Minnie Podeis, Hammond lit
Patrick Sehevlin, Chicago 50
Rose E. Cenberry, Chicago 34
Ralph E. Guld, Chicago 21
Cora M. Smith, Chicago 20
William K. Collins, 23. Chicago 23
Lillian Mas Daniel, Chicago 24
C. W. Vouderhed, Chicago 34
Mnnie Kohuke, Chicago 20
John W. Powell, Chicago 38
Ellen G. Monahan, Chicago
William McCermiek expects to move
to Chicago soon. His daughters, Ada
anil Francis, have already gone.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferry are enter
taining their daughters. Mrs. Hill and
Miss Ferry, both of New York.
Some of our local musicians have
composed a song entitled. "We'll be
There." They sang It to quite an
appreciative audience the other evening
and were highly applauded.
Mrs. Pee Chalfant and daughter,
Beulah, are spending the holiday's with
relatives at Paketon.
Surveyors were in town Saturday
taking measurement along the noith
side of the E. J. E. railroad. Tt is
said the company intends double track
ing in the spring.
The bobsleds which L. A. South
worth hs for sale has suddenly ce
preciated in value awing to the
"stock" cf snow being "watered."
Raymond Zeuras visited with his sis
ter, Mrs. Guy Merrill, at Hammond,
Mrs. Kate White and children left
for their home in Chicago Heights to
day, after a few days visit here.
Our town was nearly flooded yester
day, caused by the melting snow, and
most of the sidewalks are under water.
The illustrated lecture which was
held at the Methodist church last
night was very well attended, netting
about $15 for the church.
Our fine sleighing is about over.
The people have changed to their bug
gies in a hurry.
A busload of our young people will
go to Hobart tonight to attend a bas
ket ball game. The Merrillville boys
will play Hobart.
ST. JOHNS NEWS
Fred Bremer, of Beecher, II!., was
here on business yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koch, of Merrillville,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Peter Weingart made a business trip
to Chicago, yesterday.
H. Piepho and Ado'ph Russell, of
Hanover Prairie, transacted business
Mr. and Mrs. John Ilelfen, of Powell,
visited with friends here yesterday.
Peter Portz has so far recovered
from his sickness that he is able to
be around again.
Mrs. Alois Portz returned home last
night accompanied by her sister. Miss
Clara Weskofsky from Chicago.
The entertainment given Friday
evening at the C. O. F. hall for the
benefit of the St. John church, was a
success in every way. Very many peo
Jos. M. Thiel spent Sunday after
noon in Sehererville.
Miss Anna Winkofsky is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Alois Portz.
John Liesenfelt of Chicago Heights
was a St. John visitor yesterday.
In spite of the inclement weather, a
large crowd attended the entertain
ment last night given under he aus
pices of the Young Men's and La
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rumstick were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. Alois Portz were in
John Portz and family frime Ham
mond spent Sunday in St. John.
Joseph Thome left for his home in
Chicago today after a fev days' visit
with relatives here.
When buninesa at the store "set
dull enough o interest yoa" OVEH
IIAVL AND REJUVENATE YOLK AD.
GROWN POINT TEAM
Whiting Five Score Brilliant
Victory Over County Seat
ROLL OP 01 AGAINST 13
Oil City Aggregation Claims Basket
Eall Championship of Northern
Indiana Other Games.
(Special to Lake County Times.)
Whiting. Ind., lt-e. 30. The owl club
jouriu-yod to Crown point Saturday af
ternoon to hold a basket ball contest
at Hubbard's hall with the Men's club
ol t rown Point. The 1
the Crown Point team
to the tune of
IS to 12, Th
team work of th.- Men's
ciub is reported to have been line, but
they were unable to keep the ball and
seore. Manager Joe llickey accom
panied the Owls and as he was the
only rooter he came home with a hoarse
voice, but he was perfectly satisfied
with his vocal sacrifice in view of the
complete victory his team had scored.
The game was notable for the re
markable activity, speed and absolute
cleanness on the part of the contest
ants, especially the winners.
Lxton threw sixteen baskets. C.ir
ard and O'Xeil's team work, Judson and
Sehrage's holding down of Crown
Points score to thirteen points were
noticeable features of the game, as
was also the impartial refereeing of
Ed Gray. Field goals were as fol
lows: Perry, 4; Rockwell, 1; Clover,
1; Pxton, 16; O'Neil, 10; Cirard, 12;
The lineup was:
wl3- Crown Toint.
Pxton R. F Perry
-'Neil P F Pookii-,.11
Ogram, Pen rage. . .R. C Yountr
Ji'dson L c Crawford
Clilim ( liampionNblp.
The Owls claim the basket ball
championship of northern Indiana.
Saturday evening, Jan. 1, thev will
play the Hull House team of Chlcn irr
in the former's gym, at One Hundred
and Nineteenth street and Pennsyl
In the game which was played at
Powell between the S. P. A. C. of Whit
ing and the Lowell high school, the
S. P. A. C. were victorious, the score
being 33 to 2.I. The S. P. A. C. were
stars in the basket ball lino t.nt v,.nr
but the team was broken up by sev
eral of the members going away to
college, and who are now home on
Although the other teams scored vic
tories, the M. A. A.'s met their Water
loo in the Y. M. C. A. Noonday class
of Chicago. These were the tallest and
heaviest five that the locals have ever
met, they being much surprised to see
their opponents elderly men, some of
whom were bald-headed. They, how
ever, felt much flattered when told
that they had the fastest team the Y.
M. C. A. had met in some time and
put up a good game.
ClinuKe In I.oeat Lineup.
At the blow of the whistle ending
the first half the score stood 4 to
16. After an intermission of five min
utes the game was resumed, a change
in the, local lineup was instituted by
the captain. V. Katon, displacing Frank
Moore, who had his finger nail torn
off. The skirmish ended with the score
standing 43 to S in favor of the Y M.
C. A. The lineup was:
M. A. A.
Moore, Eaton P
Y. M. C. A.
. . Strassman
LE ROY NEWS
Myra Pryant of Hebron, sister of Mrs.
Charles Pightfoot, made them a short
Our streets here now seem to be
blessed with plenty of slush and water.
Sam Love and wife transacted busi
ness in Crown Point Friday.
A danghter and son of Fred Rinkle
barger of South East Grove, went to
Chicago Friday to visit with relatives.
Mrs. Polly Peach, who spent Christ
mas in Hebron, returned home Friday
Teter Marrow and family, our butter
maker, spent Christmas in Indianapolis,
returning home Friday evening.
Mrs. Maria Hopkins left this morn
ing for Oklahoma, where she will visit
relatives for several months.
Mrs. Tarks and son. Lloyd, have re
turned from a weeks visit with rela
tives in Kankakee, 111.
vV. J. Polser and wife, of Franklin,
are visiting his brother, A. E. Polser,
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Collins have re
turned from Indianapolis, where they
have been spending their honeymoon.
Mrs. Mel Abbot and little daugh
ter have returned from a short visit
Walter C. Ault of Baltimore is visit
ing George MoArthy and family.
A son was born last Friday morn
ing to Mr. and Mrs. Ord Yeoman.
George Smith has returned from his
hunting trip and is quite ill.
Mrs. William Smith I3 sick with ton
sllitis. Her little daughter haa recov
ered from scarlet fever and the quar
entine has been raised.
The sale of the property on Common
wealth avenue to the railroad company
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You will have ONE bill to
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SEVERAL bills to pay TWO
or THREE times a month.
We adjust the size of the
payment to suit your income,
and give you from one to
twelve months time.
You get a discount if you
pay your account before the
time contracted for.
Our business is strictly con
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is progressing slowly, as most of the
owners ask several hundred dollars
more than the company wants to give.
A number of Harbor Masons attended
the dedication of the Masonic Temple
in Hammond Saturday night, among
them being Dr. Saner and wife, J. K.
Lightbody, wife and daughter and Mr.
and Mrs. Van Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lundquist have
returned from their visit to LaPorte.
Henry Xellis is sick with the grip
H. C. Palston has transferred his
agency from the American Health Ac
cident company to the South Bend Ac
J. J. Kach, who was burned out
Christmas morning, has resumed busi
ness, S. E. Eisler having generously
permitted him to fill orders in his (
'.tore. Mrs. Kach was here for a short j
time Sat.irc'ay. Her father !ed Fri-J
day and will be buried Monday. i
Rex Walton is sick with blood pois
oning and an abcess on his arm-
Mrs. Jennie Jones, who has been ill
for the past v.-etk. is recovering.
The Poosters hold a meeting Monday
Miss Jenr.Ie Szymanski is able to be
out again, after a srvere illness.
GREAT SALE on
Snits, Overcoats, Pants and Vests will
be sold st 50c on the dollar.
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