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Thursday, Julv 16. 1903.
Death Claims Two Citizens.
Death claimed two citizens, well
coming to his end In a violent manner
coming to his end In a voilent manner
and the other the result of old age.
Keturning from a shopping expedition
to Crown Point, Zacharius ("Zack")
Green, a well known, retired citizen
of Leroy, was struck by the Pennsyl
vania local yesterday morning about 10
o'clock. The accident which resulted
In the instant death of Green, took
place at the Houk crossing near Prairie
View and the section men working near
the spot claim that Green was entirely
to blame for his death. The engineer
whistled twice for the crossing, but
Green, thinking he could get across in
time, whipped up his horses and landed
on the track Just In time to be caught
by the engine. One arm was broken
and he suffered a compound fracture of
the skull which was the. cause of his
death. Deputy Coroner Houk was
called to the scene and held an inquest
over the body. It was taken to Leroy
by the train crew. Friends of Mr.
Green claim that the railroad and train
crew are to blame, as the train was
made up with three flat cars in front
of the engine, which confused Green
and made him attempt to cross the
track. The deceased leaves a wife
and four grown children in eLroy and
owned a small country store and much
valua!e acreage property near Leroy.
John Bierlen, an old man 74 years of
age, residing with his son, who is care
taker and manager on the John B. Pe
terson farm southeast of town, died
there yesterday. He has been in poor
health for some time, and the hot
weather coupled with his age, was the
cause of his death. He will be buried
at Lowell Friday afternoon, Merrill
& Linton of this place having charge
of the burial.
made on the Luman Fowler hause on
North street this week.
William Parry transacted business in
Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. R. G. Horn of Chicago is visit
ing Mrs. Will Heintz on North street
for a few days.
Ex-Treasurer Leroy E. Bailey, wife
and son, returned from an extended trip
to Eureka Sprlnks. Ark., having been
gone since early spring, and from their
appearance have enjoyed the trip from
start to finish.
Ready for Motorists' Meet.
Anyone afflicted with "speedomania"
can have all their desires gratified next
Saturday afternoon at the races of the
American Federation of Motorcyclists,
completing the great New York to Chi
cago run. which has Just been finished.
Twenty-five racers are billed to com
pete for prizes and their respective
manufacturers honor and supremacy
and exciting afternoon's sport Is prom
ised to all who attend. Be sure and
Prof. Ventresca of the University, the
popular teacher of French, Spanish and
Italian, will sever his connection with
the school at the close of the present
term and will be succeeded by Ardian
Nlcolet of Italy, who will teach French
and Prof. Martellir.i, who will come
here from Massachusetts to teach
Yesterday was alumni day for the
pharmacy graduates of the University.
A number of the old students were here
to renew old acquaintances and have a
general good time. A reception was
held in their honor at the college yes
terday morning at 10 o'clock, after
which a business session was held. The
business arrangements not having been
completed at noon, another session was
held in the Lembke hall.
R. O. Law of St. Louis, called on
old acquaintances here yesterday. In
cidentally he transacted some busi
ness. Charles Kenny was over from Crown
Point yesterday.
yr. I. Kalm is here today from Indianapolis.
Leaves For European Trip.
K. K. Knapp, of the firm of Knapp,
Hanie & Campbell, the attorneys for
the United States Steel Corporation,
will leave on a trip to Europs for his
summer vacation.
Mr. Knapp will visit many of the
continental countries, but will spend
most of his time in Switzerland. Mr.
Knapp takes an optimistic view of the
iron and steel business and leaves the
United States anticipating a great Im
provement in business conditions dur
ing his absence.
nlngg at 7:30 o'clock wil! be rendered in t
the following order:
Selection Y. P. S. Trio
Reading Miss Lena Reed
Vocal Solo Mr. "W. E. Pearson
Reading Miss Edna Jackson
Selection Y. P. S. Trio
Declamation Mr. B. Swanson
Selection Y. P. S. Trio
After the program is concluded, all
are invited to refreshments, which will
be served on the lawn, providing the
weather permits, otherwise In the
school room of the church. Encourage
the work of the Ladies' Aid society by
our presence.
Miss Minnie Patton went to Ham
mond tod a v.
iMss Hattie Nasshahn was shopping
In Crown Point yesterday.
The Ladies of the Aid society will
give an Ice cream social at their hall
on Friday evening, July 17.
Ralph Pierce and Fred Randolph
wives are camping at Liverpool. They
expect to put in a full week fishing.
Veda Pierce is visiting for a few
days in Hammond the guest of A. O.
Merrill and wife.
Advertised Mail.
List of letters remaining in Crpwn
Point postofflce for week ending July
15: Mr. Ollie Bailey, Mrs. D. A. Lu
cas, Miss Grace Klugel, Mr. Wm. Mor
gan, Miss Mattie Serois, Mrs. F. Weis
haar, Mr. John Wiggins.
Make Great Catches.
Julius Rockwell and Jake Steeb hold
the record for catching fish in Fancher
Lake, and can go down most any time
and get a nice string when the rest of
our nlmrods cannot get a bite. It is
in the bait they use no not the bait
the use but the bait with which they
catch the fish. Rockwell recently
caught a four and a half pound bass
in those waters and was as proud as a
boy with a new pair of boots over the
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Huppen
thal, a baby boy.
John Pfeifer received news this
morning that his brother, Peter Pfei
fer in Whiting had burned his feet.
The accident happened while he was
at work at thet Standard Oil works.
Mrs. John Pfeifer left for Whiting this
morning to spend the day with rela
tives there.
August Batterman of Hanover Pra
irie, received a sum of $1,367.25 from
the Lake County Mutual Fire Insurance
Company for the loss of his barn and
its contents which was struck by light
ning. A large new barn Is now under
construction on his farm.
St. Aloisius Court, C. C. L. of In
diana at Griffith, has posted bill here
inviting the people to an Ice cream
and box socltl which Is to be held In
rorth public school house at Griffith
Thursday, July 16, at 8 o'clock. They
want the girls to bring the lunch
boxes and the boys the cah.
A valve on the throttle of the steam
roller, refused to close this morning
while the engineer was signaling, and
Crown Pointers were treated to about
ten minutes of delightful ? din. Many
of them thought it was a fire alarm,
owing to the continued noise and the
antics of several citizens was funny In
the extreme.
Charles Frederich of Hammond, was
In town yesterday attending to the Im
provements on his numerous property
Interests here. Charles says it keeps a
man poor keeping up with the up-to-date
improvements that are demanded
by Crown Point renters of property.
The farmers have nearly finished
harvesting the hay crop and if the
grains come out as good as the hay
crop, a horse will not be the luxury to
keep as it was the last year.
The Crown Point baseball team will
cross bats with the Continental Casu
ality Insurance Company's team of Chi
cago at the former's grounds near the
Erie depot, next Sunday afternoon.
The visitors are one of the strongest
teams playing in the Windy City and
a good game is expected.
A. F. Knotts of Hammond transacted
legal business in town Wednesday.
C. Buchanan of Muskogee, Okla., was
a Crown Point visitor yesterday.
John Agnew and wife visited with
friends in Hammond yesterday.
. A. Root returned last night from
a business trip to Hammond.
The Gary-Toleston Automobile Trans
fer company, are making regular trips
from Crown Point to Gary every day
and report the gusinoss on the increase
and expect big renumerations on their
investment in the near future.
Charles McWayne anil wife trans
acted business in Hammond and Chi
cago yesterday.
Will Steeb was a Chicago visitor yes
terday, going to consult an occulist for
the treatment of his eyes, which have
been troubling him of late.
Mrs. Milton Fisher returned last
evening from a visit with Hammond
The Gun Club will hohj its regular
practice shoot at their grounds on the
Horst farm tomorrow.
The Turner and Fitzgerald touring
cars from Hammond, loaded with pleas
ure seekers from that town, passed
through here last evening, returning
to Hammond from Cedar Lake where
a. picnic supper was indulged in.
Sheriff Carter and son and Deputy
Sheriff Trost of Hammond, returned
yesterday from taking a bunch of pris
oners to Jeffersonville, Ind.
William Nicholson returned last
evening from Hammond where he went
pn business yesterday.
Miss Bessie Hart visited In Chicago
Miss DeBriae of East Chicago and
a party of friends spent Tuesday here.
Mrs. Henry Ewen and Mrs. Louis
Ewen were Toleston visitors Tuesday.
Miss Alice Paulson of Chicago Is
spending her vacation here the guest of
her parents.
Robert Mclntyre has returned fiom
a visit at Hammond.
A great many from here attended the
sale at Hessville Tuesday.
The Fern Leaf Club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. Chris Borman
Tuesday afternoon. Those present
were Mesdames O. C. Borman, C. Bor
man. E'.ser, Mayhew, Hannan, Wood,
Banta and J. C. Watson. The afternoon
was spent in contests. The first prize
was awarded to Mrs. Watson for out
lining the name of Mississippi In the
shortest length of time and Mrs. Elser
was given the booby. Mrs. O. C. Bor
man was the champion cracker eater of
the afternoon and was also rewarded
for the feat. Mrs. Mayhew had lost her
appetite and as a tonis was given a
souvenir. The club will be entertained
soon by Mrs. Hannan of Gary.
Moody Building Rushed.
The construction work of the Moody
building, at the corner iof Seventh
avenue and Broadway, is being rushed
rapidly to completion and the founda
tion has already been put in. The ma
son work will likely be started the first
of next week. Across the street the
finishing work is now being done on
the office of the hotel and the fixtures
are about to be Installed In both rooms,
the offices and dining room. On the
opposite corner of Broadwey the stone
trimmings are now being put on the
new bank building and this will soon
reach the secondary stages of comple
tion. With work progressing on three
buildings, this corner presents a busy
Miss Myrtle Lawson, formerly a ten-
ographer for Dr. T. B. Templln and a
teacher of piano, has left Gary and will
reside In the future In Chicago. Miss
Lawson Is well known In this city
havlng lived here nearly a year.
Mrs. B. S. Gardner and her little son
have returned after a weeks visit with
friends and relatives In Kalamazoo and
Dawagiac, Mich.
Attorney H. F. McCracken ana -Will
iam Fitzgerald were In Chicago yester
day on business in connection with the
celebration July 23.
Dr. J. H. Metcalf and family havp
moved into their new apartments in
the Kahn building where they will re
side in the future. They formerly
lived in the postofflce building.
A. C. Eggleton of Cleveland, arrived
In Gary last night for a short business
Mrs. Frank Sinclair has returned
from a very pleasant trip to Belvidcre
111., where she has been spending her
vacation at the home of her parents
Mrs. Sinclair has been gone for several
weeks ar.d feels much improved in
health from her trip.
Attorney John Gavlt of Hammond
was Jn Gary yesterday on legal busi
T. W. Englehart, of the South Broad
way Land Company, was In Gary yes
terday and said in regard to the story
which The Times published about the
Inactivity In pushing the construction
of the bridge across the Little Calu
met river that the article "hit the nail
on the head." Mr. Englehart Is one of
the largest real estate holders In the
vicinity of the river, and feels that if
the bridge is not rut in this fall, it
will be a great detriment to the Inter
ests of all of the property owners in
the vicinity. Everyone on Gary should
boost the Immediate construction of
the bridge.
Attorney Clarence Brotsch has left
for Indianapolis where he will spend
a few days on business.
Charles Jeffrey, ot e of the owners
of the Jeffrey & Morgan building on
Sixth and BrJidway, was In Gary yes
icruay attending to his business lntei
ests in this city.
Attorney H. W. Guipe will return to
day from a business trip to Wisconsin
where he has been for the past few
Mrs. Bock called on
Wednesday afternoon.
A. G. Kluckus' new residence
nearing completion and is a beauty.
J. M. Dickey went to Danville this
morning on business.
Ed Stineburg, who has been on the
sisk list, has returned to his home In
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stringham went
to West Pullman where they will re
side for awhile.
Mrs. H. T. Clement Intended going
to Viekshurg, Mich., received the news
that some of her relatives was very
Mrs. H'-nry Hamman returned to her
home in Indiana Harbor yesterday af
tep spending a few days here visiting
Mrs. James Brown has started the
building of her new house on Third
About fifty motorcycles passed
through here yesterday on their way
from New York to Chicago.
George W. Guyer of Pittsburg is vis
iting at the home of Mrs. Wettengel.
Next Sunday the Hobart Maroons
will play ball with the River Forest
Frays of Chicago. The Maroons bat
tery for this game will be F. Steadman
and C. Arden.
The body of Mr. Ballantyne of Chi
cago was shipped here yesterday on the
milk train for burial. The interment
was at the Hobart cemetery and a short
sermon was given at the grave.
Cordie Kenney was taken to a Chi
cago hospital Tuesday morning to be
operated on for appendicitis.
Little Miss Proebe Tilton, while eat
ing an npple Wednesday had the mis
fortune to make a mislick with a sharp
knife, cutting the end of her finger off
Mrs. Henry Ebert had the mlsfor
tune to fall and break her arm Wed
Mrs. Jones, of Fairberry, 111., is here
on a visit with her daughter, Mrs. R.
Powell, and husband.
Riley Williamson has returned from
a visit with Well,s county relatives. He
reports a fine time.
Miss Juno Newcome has returned to
her home in Crown Point after a pleas
ant visit here with relatives. Charley
Kenney and wife came after her in an
Cecil Palmer is now proprietor of the
morning newspaper route and is a great
hustler. ,
Claud Runsey and James Pinkerton
with their families, are camping for a
week at Cedar Lake.
Upon the Invitation of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Arnett, a number of our town
ladies enjoyed an outing at Cedar Lake
Wednesday. A fine time is reported.
Mrs. Groves
George Mill has
isit in Wisconsin.
The Lake Shore depot at Burnham
was broken into Tuesday night, en
trance being gained by prying open a
window. The money drawer was
roken open and then destroyed, the
thieves obtaining nothing for their
trouble as P. A. Cooper, the agent, had
taken all the cash away from the depot
as Burnham as practically no protec
tion. The tickets were not disturbed.
J. Nlmltz of Griffith was a Clark
Station business visitor.
Miss E. Behr. spent the day visiting
In South Chicago with friends.
P. Anderson and Mrs. Virus of Grif
fith spent the day here.
The game which was to be played be
tween Toleston McKee Colts and the
Clark White Sox Sunday at 2:15 as
been changed to Saturday afternoon.
John Khrlsman transicted business
In Valpnialso Wednesday.
Charles I'eardoff was a Valparaiso
visitor yesterday.
Henry Thelde was among the passen
gers for Valparaiso Wednesday.
Mrs. J M. Sigler and Misses Edna
and Edith Sigler, started Wednesday
for Cassapolis, Mich., to spend the summer.
I yon hnve property for Male or to
reot, keep the fact before the nnhllr
by H(I vfrtininir In th ol..ii-.i ...
.Numerous improvements are being column on page 7.
Dr. G. W. Walvoord of fSouth Hol
land, called here yesterday.
Cornell Ton visited relatives in South
Holland yesterday.
Miss Grace Franks of Roseland is the
guest of Miss Gertie Busaack for a
few days.
Mrs. Bony of Dan ville.Hl., is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reitveldt
for a few days.
Mrs. W. Eldercamp and daughter,
Fannie, are visiting at the home of
Rev. and Mrs. Dowstra today.
William Winterhoff was a business
visitor in Chicago yesterday.
Friday evening, July 17, the Ladies'
Aid Society and all members and friends
of the Lebanon Swedish Lutheran
church of Hegewisch will be entertain
ed in the Swedish Lutheran church by
W. E. Pearson, president of the Ladies'
Aid Society, A good program uegia-
The W. C. O. F. will give an Ice
cream social Tuesday, Aug, 25, at St
Mary's hall. Tickets 15c. Everybody
cordially invited.
Miss Mary Barnes returned from Val
paraiso yesterday where she spent af
paraiso vesterdav where she spent a
few days visiting friends.
Mrs. J. Cavanaugh and sister, Miss
Ella Sheets, will leave for Pittsburg
July 18, to spend a two weeks' vacation
with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. George Dixon had
pleasant lake trip during the week and
visiting St. Joe.
Miss Carrie Reil and brother Ed
ward, of Milwaukee, are the guests of
their aunt, Mrs. John M. Reil of For
sythe avenue.
Miss Maud Stewart, who has been
visiting In East Chicago during the
past month, will return to her home in
Freeport, III., tomorrow.
Mrs. E. J. Jenkins left today for
Kingston, Mich., for a short visit with
relatives and from there she will go to
Manton, Mich, to spend the balance of
the summer with her parents.
C. P. Urie, father of Mrs. Sidney
Veaco, returned to his home in Stur
gis, Mich, today.
Mrs. Robert Spear spent yesterday in
A. Weil and F. L. Welshinnu of Gary,
were, in town yesterday on business.
Mrs. H. S. Weiskoff of Forsyth ave
nue, will leave Saturday night for a
two weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs.
C. Engel on the latter's farm In Mat
tawan, Mich.
Karl Stankenvich and Miss Mary
Koscllvlch were married in Judge
William A. Reiland's private office
Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Tho
Judge performed the ceremony.
Next Saturday, July IS, will mark the
first anniversary since H. S. Weiskopf
opened his grocery and market at One
Hundred and Forty Sixth street and
Forsythr avenue. In order to make
the day memorable ami to show his
customers that their patronage during
the past year has not be.-n unappre
ciated by himself and wife, Mr. Weis
kopf will make it souvenir day. Every
adult who calls at "The Ideal" (the
name under whiclh the store is known)
on Saturday, will receive a valuable
souvenir. Right h"re it might not be
amiss to remind East Chicagoans of
some of the difficulties Mr. Weiskopf
encountered in his years' eporienco
amongst them. He had been opened
for business about four weeks when
somebody poisoned his hors? and it
died. Shortly after that the gentleman
was taken sick himself and was in St.
Margaret's hospital for four weeks and
it was seven weeks before he was able
to do any work. About the time he re
gained his health, the stringency came
and the mills closed. Mr. Weiskopf.
however, is not the man to be daunted
by misfortune. All these things were
overcome and Mr. Weiskopf will con
tinu to serve his patrons in the future
with the same fairness and conscien
tiousness that he has in the past year.
All are invited to call Saturday and
receive present.
A male chorus will sing at the 7:30
o'clock service next Sunday evening at
the Methodist church. The pastor's
theme will be "Men and the Church."
WANTED At the Maine Restaurant.
714 Chicago avenue. East Chicago, an
experienced girl to wait on tables. Call
afternoon or evenings 7-14-tf.
LOST Small yellow Jersey cow.
Finder please notify Martin Cuga, 4854
Baring avenue, East Chicago. Reward
Mrs. O'Neil of Chicago is spending
several days at the home of Mrs. Par
malee, in Fred street at the Davidson
William Vogel of Cleveland, who has
been ill for several months with dropsy
is now able to be out for a short time
each day.
Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Fred
street are contemplating moving into
their new house in Central avei.ue
within a few days.
Mrs. Finley of Fred street, who re
cently returned from St. Anthony's
hospital ir. Chicago, ieft yesterdiy
morning for the southern part of Indi
ana to lemain for an extended visit
with relatives.
Henry Ahlborn, contractor and build
er of Hammond, transacted business in
this city yesterday.
Cortractor Gillian is at work putting
in the cement waiK on une jiunurea
nd Seventeenth street at the vacant
lots where there has been nothing but
cinders sines the board walks were re-
mo ved.
Mr. and Mrs. Quilling have moved
from the Boyer flat in One Hundred and
Nineteenth street to the Roberts cot
tage next to Schaafs grocery in Indi
ana boulevard.
Mrs. Blackwell of Fischrupp avenue
has received word that her brother
Henry Ballantyne, who has dropsy and
was taken fi- m St. J'lrjara ' hos
pital to his home In Windsor, Canada,
tood the trip very nicely.
John M. Gowe went to Chicago yes
terday to have his face dressed at the
Michael Rees hospital, where he re
cently htd a very serious operation
Mrs. Earl Swan and son, have re
turned to their home in Alton, III., af
ter a very pleasant visit with her p:ir
ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Soltwedel
of Sheridan acnue andft One Hundred
and Eighteenth street.
Joseph Scherr of Sheridan avenue is
entertaining his mother, Mrs. Sch-.-rr of
St. John.
Mrs. J. L. Hayl and sons, Louis and
Edwin, returned to thelh home in
t levelaii'i. O.. yesterday morni'ig, after
a ten days' visit with her sister, Mrs.
Catherine .Stewart and family of Sheri
dan avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. George Soltwedel and
family of SluricU.n avenue and One
Hundred ar.d Eighteenth street, have
go ne to Clark Station, where they will
pent one month camping.
Miss Mary Thlel o Sheridan avenue
was a South Chicago visitor Tuesday-
eve n ing.
Peter Pfeifer Is confined to his home
in Oliver street, as the result of hav
)ng his feet burned with hot. aild, while
at work In the Standard Oil company
Mr. ano Mrr. Jesse Cunningham
moved from Davidson place to OI.lt
avenue yesterday.
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Wllllan O'Neil (nee
Maud Carreite) will socn go to nous
keeping in Davidson plcae.
Mrs. Krouse of Fred rtrcot who ln
iured her ankle so severely when
lumping out of a wagon on July 4
is improving slowly.
Mrs Williams of the Pederson flats
is entertaining her aunt, Mrs Jenner
..f New York City.
Mrs. Williams and her aunt. Mrs.
Jennrr were Chicago visitors yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hazlett, who have been
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. 15. Krout of Central avenue, have re
turned to their home In Chicago.
Miss Irma Krout left last night for
Shieago where she will remain over
Sunday with relatives.
(Special to The Times).
East Chicago, Ind., July 16. The
council of East Chicago held an ad
journed meeting last night for the pur
pose of letting the contract for the
office fixtures for the new city hall.
The contract was awarded to A. H.
Andrews & Co. of Chicago, the highest
bidder of the four bidders. Mayor De
Kriae was opposed to letting the con
tract to this firm, giving as his opinion
that the furniture and price as pre
sented by the Wallagher Manufactur
ing company of Milwaukee were suit
able. But the committee which was
appointed to inspect the furniture be
fore It was bought insisted on the
higher priced material ami the contract
was closed.
Earlier in the day a commitee ap
pointed by the mayor, including hlm-
spending a week rlsltlng relatives ir
Mrs. Rose of Alton, 1:1., is spending
two weeks here visiting her mother,
Mrs. Quants and ister, Mrs. Babe of
Harrison avenue.
Mrs. C. Wonnecot is quite 111 at hep
home in Harrison avenue.
LOSTA lady's short black coat lined
with green satin, and battenberg lace
around collar. Finder leave at Oscar
George's pharmacy. 7-16-3t.
Frank Schock spent yesterday and
last evening In Chicago.
Jacob Frank was In Chicago yester
day. The Boys' Athletic Association base
ball team of the Methodist church -defeated
the White Sox Juniors of Clark
Station yesterday, by the score of 11
to S. The game was played here, in
the Harbor.
Mrs. Thomas O'Connell and son, Mar
tin, who are traveling in the West, are
self, Councilmen Lewis. Wleklinskl and now in Seattle, where they will spend
Walton, who acted in the place of
Councilman Schock, went to Chicago
to Inspect the furniture of Andrews
& Co. Councilmen O'Girr and Bryz
cinskl took a neutral position in the
matter but voted for the contract rec
ommended by the committee. Council
man Schock was absent from the meeting.
The other bids were presented as
Macy & Company $8,278.35
Wallagher Mfg. Co 7,263.00
Derby Desk Company 7,998.50
The council also passed a declara
tory resolution for the big sewer in
Indiana Harbor, setting August 10 as
the date for remonstrance.
avenue, iert yesterday for Wapagoncta.
O., where she will spend several meeks
vis'.ting relatives.
Ed Simon of Hammond was a Rob-
ertsdale visitor Tuesday evening.
Fred K a sell of Roberts avenue at
tended the Plattdeutche Guild at South
Chicago Tuesday evening.
Mrs. C. W. Little lias returned after
the next two weeks. Mr. O'Connell re
ceived a letter yetsterday in which his
wife informed him that she and the
boy were in splendid health and hav
ing the time of their lives.
The families of Dr. R. Ansley ana
W. B. Van Home, are spending the
summer at Aroma, 111. The doctor re
ceived quite a scare Tuesday when his
boy was reported very sick and he hur
ried to Aroma but found on his arrival
that it was a false alarm. The little
fellow Is all right now.
M. B. Rosenthal and family moved
to Gary today. Mr. Rosenthal has en
gaged in business there.
Judge and Mrs. George Reiland and
Mrs. Elmer Brand went to Robertsdale
yesterday for one of those famous fish
Builjing and Sidewalks.
Telephone I. II. 662. Res. 621. ,
News Dealers, Stationers,
Telephone 157. 25 TENTH ST.
Quite a little excitement was caused
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. JT. Powell of Indiana boule
vard, by the explosion of a lamp which
hung in a bracket on the wall. Al
though very badly frightened, fortu
nately no one was injured. The flames
were goo'i extinguished with very little
damage done.
Mrs. K. Heyl of Cleveland, O.. was
the guest of Mr. nnri Mrr. John Stew
art of Indiana boulevard. Inst evening.
The members of the Robertsdale
Pedro Club were delightfully enter
tained at the home of Mrs. Bartlett in
Whiting this afternoon. A very ploa.
r.nt afternoon was ipent in caids, after
which dainty refreshments were served.
Elmer Atchison is confined to his
home in Roberts avenue with a severe
attack ot tonsilitis.
James Mulligan of Benton Harbor,
Mich., is spending a few days at ilie
homo of Mr. and Mrs. James Niekel
son of Roberts avenue.
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. John Rusnak
of Roberts avenue Mon lay afternoon,
a baby girl Mother and daughter are
doing nicely .
Mrs. Stein returned to her home In
Carey, 111., after spending a week here
visiting her sister, Mr. William Dunn
of Roberts avenue. Mrs. Stein was ac
companied home by her daughter. Miss
Mary, Miss Alice Dunn and Miss Vivian
Golf, who will be her guests for a few
Mr. Bartof of Roberts avenue, is suf
fering with a very sore foot, caused
by stepping on a nail while at work at
the Glucose plant.
Miss Wilma Balm visited Mr. and
Mrs. William Welly at their home in
Stony Island, last evening.
Miss Ruth Jewett is spending a week
at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Hunt, in
Mrs. McVey and daughter. Miss
Gracie. of Eat Chicago, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Gough of
Roberts avenue, Tuesday.
Robert Atchison and son Vernon are
spending a few days at their summer
home in Crocker, Ind.
Mrs. Charles Stross, sr., ppent the day
shopping in Chicago.
Miss Hattie Klemm of Indiana bou
levard Is entertaining Miss Ada Bezold
of Chicago, for a few days.
i Mrs. William WorhU; of Cleveland
By Carrier to Any Address in Gary.
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