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THE TIMES. Monday, Julv 20, 1908. ANOTHER GARY 1IJ DELUDED YESTERDAY GARY POLICE TRY A NEW WRINKLE Officer Wm. Marquart Tries' New and Novel Stunt and Catches His Man. Saloonkeeper Gets Check Signed by Mr. Has Bugs and Now He Has. PLAY ft JftG TO PERFECTION i : ,:-::!.'.'. J y s& "j. & , -t. v GET INTO POLITICS , ! ' f. Say Republican Ladies Hold an Enthusiastic Meeting Last Saturday Afternoon and Hear Some Splendid Addresses From Big Men. HOLD ELECTION OF NEW OFFICERS Mrs. N. Makes L. Agnew of Valparaiso ! a Splendid Speech, Butj Oliver Eolmes Fails to Show Up! and the Ladies Say That Is Sashful. The lmlir of liarv neem to be work ing hnrd fur reaccful Itill and Suouy Jim. Ihe frmlntiir G. O. 1V of Gary met Saturday nftrrnooa in the lliuzenhof hall and permanently ursnuUrd a La !!; Kepnlilienn club. There were n hundred aspirins women politician who eagerly gathered In the lilK hall to hear laptalu H. S. orton and Sena tor A. J. Ilowscr of t'heslorton ussure them that their organization, during the eomintc campaign, would be of ma terial benefit to their candidates and prophesy a ucrfHful career. w Officers Kleeted. Officers of the association which were elected are: Pre sident. Mrs. R. II. Quillen, the originator of the idea; vice president, Mrs. O'Brien; secretary, Mrs. John .Spurs; treasurer, Mrs. C. K. Smith. The committee on constitution and bylaws, which was ordered to re port at the next meeting, is Mrs. O'Brien, chairman; Mrs. W. Hood and Mrs. W. C. Rodd. There were nearly a hundred pres ent at the meeting, which was en thusiastic from start to finish. All of them were determined to take an ac tive part in the campaign, organize a drill corps, attend the political meet ings, and in fact, everything to help them keep in touch with politics and wield their influence among the voters. If there is a husband of any of those present who intends to vote the demo cratic ticket tills fall he had better change his mind if he wishes to avoid trouble in the family. He will not only be requested to change his politics but will be faced with an arugment to back It up. 3!rs. Aernew's Fine Speech. Mrs. X. I... Agnew, wife of the ex senator from Valparaiso, delivered the main speech of the day. Her subject was. "What Influence Would a Wo man's Republican Club Have in Gary?'' The talk was splendid and impressed the women with the importance of what thy wore undertaking. Mrs. Agnew showed her knowledge of the great political party and its policies and recited its history right from its inception. Mrs. Agnew is a finished speaker and was at tier best Saturdiy. 'aptain Norton spoke on " '.:v We Should Have a Republican Club." Af ter he and Senator Bowser had finished their talks' they had secured a warm place, poi.tical!;-, in the hearts of the women and would no doubt be backed unanimously in ;ne future in case they should l.avo arv aspirations for poli tical plums. The reasons Captain Nor ton didn't give for organizing a Ladies' Republican club were not worth men tioning, and it made a decided hit with the pr sp.-cti i iiie'.'.icrs. Kowwr Is Enthusiastic. Senator Bowser was also veiy en thusiastic a'.wut this latest addition to the wniklng fon.e of the campaigners End toid them Low the woman had done U in Porter county. He assured them that they wr.ul.l have the hearty sup port of the "Chesterton Tribune." Oli ver Holmes sent his regrets and could tiot speak on account of a previous en fs:igcmcut. It is whispered about town, however, that Oliver is a little lashful on occasions of 'his kind and the woman are rahor suspicious about the context of the regrets. RAGS OF WISH DEED Drunken Foreigner Slashed With Butcher Knife When Telling Story. Whiting, Ind., July 20. (Special) The boasting of George Palluk in a drunken mood of how he had sfother er his baby brother in the old country brought down upon his head the sharp edge of a butcher knife causing an ugly wound in his head. The wound was inflicted by.. Alex Bugovich and Frank Hawkins, who, like Palluk. is a boarder of Bugovich, also took exception to Falluk's drunken boast and got into the melee. All three men were arrested. The fight In the boarding house took place at noon while everybody was sit ting at the table. Palluk is only 19 years old and. wishing to all his com panions a funny story told them how one night In his sleep he had crushed the life out of his infant brother. The other two men took exception to his brutality with the result that he was badly beated up. vivp -'A J I - - Kv J8?!S Miss 'KjvrHSLizirfE, frtrsr fl f iffv)' bfr - J- i lV o Jf ' I, . "4 -!& -f Katherine and Joseph King., with their father and mother and Miss Fayme Eradshaw and Chauffeur Carl Timmis were instantly killed when a Pennsyl vania train struck their automobile near Columbia City. Ind., Saturday. SOUTH CHICAGO 13 BACK TO OLD STRIDE Complete Resumption of In dustrial Activity is in Sight Now. SHIPYAFIDS WILL REOPEN Wisconsin Steel Company Is Employ-' ing More Than Its Usual I Quota of Hands. Resumption of industrial activity is in sight. Stock quotations are higher than the present conditions warrant, but we are assured from excellent sources that the quotations are justified by the ! business in sight that will become ef fective probably within thirty days. The railroads are in their fiscal year since July 1. There is no longer the excuse nor the necessity of holding back orders for fear that the annual reports would suffer. Prices which are not right now will be made, anil an active period is assured, the beginning of which will not be later than the middle of August. Wisconsin In Full Blast. The Wisconsin Steel company of South Deeiing has more men working at the present time than ever before, conditions are getting better each day at the Illinois Steel company, the Chi cago Shipbuilding company on the East Side, which has practically been closed down for the last three months, will soon take up construction work which means the employing of over 2.000 men. Prospects look better at the Grand Crossing Tack factory, the Fed eral rurnace company has started up I and other plants through out the Calu met region report prospects and busi ness much better than those of two and three months ago. The following gives the exact con dition of affairs at the Illinois Steel company's plant: Mills In Operation. Blast furnaces, 1. 3, ", 7, 9, north and south docks, sintering plant, dry blast plant, converting works, rail mills 1 and 2, open hearth 2 and 7, structural mill, blooming mill Xo. 1, cement plants 3 and 4 and usual number of mechani cal employes. Blast furnaces 2, 4. S, 10. open hearth Xo. 1. open hearth Xo. 2, slabbing mill, plate mills 1 and 2, blooming mill Xo. - and cement plant Xo. 2. Work at Pullman lias been way be low the standard it was supposed to have been for the week. The follow ing shipments were made last week: thirteen cars for the Pullman Sleeper company and ten repaired sleepers for the Chicago. Burlington & Quincy road, llurnside Shops Full llnnded. The Burnside shops at Burnside have resumed running full force and over four thousand men are on the pay roll. This work will be steady as a large number of repair work accumulated during, the time the plant was closed down. The resumption of work at the Burnside shops looks good and the shops have busy aspect. taken on their old time Some sagacious business men put in one advertisement in a paper nd expect it to bring them results as well expect to eat one meal and then keen from heino- Tmrnmr for o sr o j & vivvai Sometimes it will more often it won't. CSLI Tll-TJflTS fa. MANHATTAN BEACH IS VERY POPULAR Bathers and Pleasure Seek ers Have Enjoyed Them selves Since June 15. ME SUITS IRE SHOCKING In Answer to Demand That Eeach Be Declared Nuisance, Resident Says Undesirables Be Restrained. Not for mar.v ytars has the Manhat tan B'-ach bathing resort. Seventy-fifth street ar.d Lave avenue, prospered so early in the season. This statement can be vouched for by a large major- i ltv who have reaped a financial har j vest. Xot si:i"e the opening day, June 13, has scmcly a Saturday or Sunday passed tn,u the beach has not been lined with bathers from all parts of the ".ml the refreshment booths and various .-Lands report satisfactory sales. Weather Man In Good. The leather man lias bet n very con siderate in the matter and to his leni ency may attributed a greater part of the t iii-cess. The beach in years past has not been looked upon with favor l-y a gieat many of the residents of Windsor Park, as they claimed an undesirable element frequented the place, coming as they do from foreig.i sections of the- tity. One of the rea sons proclaimed by the citizens is the batli' ii; lostames used by the bather.-; and the s.vid and good people are quite fhecked from time to time. "This is nothing remarkable," said a resident, who insisted on upholding the attractive placf. "for I have seen many an odd bathing suit at various beaches. I think the awfulness of the garments depends solely on the wearer, her social ---l a .v. ;:.g and general bear ing on the i aeiic. Therefore, it is natuit'l tint "lie good people who own home;; in the vicinity of Manhattan Beach should begin law suits and all kinds of ouster proceedings to get ri.l of what they may term a nuisance. You can say for me that I am heartily in favor of the bathing beach at Wind sor Park." CALLS TOR BANK REPORTS. State nank Call to Department Sends Hurry Financial Institution. R. B. Oglesbee, of the state bank de partment, is sending out letters calling for a report from all sta'o banks. Also j nation:-1 banks. Both ci;.ss;; are tc re port the condition of tiieiv institutions at the close of business on July 15. State banks are to have their reports in within five days. More time is g;en to the national manks. The law calls for a heavy penalty from state bank?, that fail to file their reports in the l required time, and attention is called ; to this in the letters which aro bein SiTl OUt. I or ZZl , you not keep your "rooms and ! houses to rent" before the pub ! llef advertise on page 7 In our want "ads." EARNS MONEY IN STEEL CITY Pclice Are Looking For Mr. Gotbugs, But Do Not Think They Can Get Him. Gary is the city of fakes. It is easier to pull off a deal in Gary i:nd get away with it than any other t-ivn in the United States. Some of the crooks in the new steel city actu l!y seem to be humorists. The case where a Gary man sold the right to seine in the Calumet river f r S.'.n is still fresh in the minds of t'ie people of Gary hut a new case 1 as developed which is better than the teinc l.oldup. The other day a man appeared in the South Broadway saloon, owned bv jjiike Mikuli h and after buying sev eral drinks tendered a check which was examined by the saloonkeeper and f:i ally accepted. He iv Is " niijt." The check was for $J.3" and the bartender turned over the change to his customer. Finally when the fellow b ft the place the saloonkeeper took fuddled brain but finally he exclaimed All lia: air. Asougs (Has Hugs) is i drawing on the account of Mr. G. Otbugs (Got Bugs) and I am not only out $2.35 but thinks of the humiliation." He notified the police, however, and they are searching for a tall man who has a pleasant reassuring manner but inej nuu l ery iiiucn nope 01 rapuir- j ing him. i IS ASSAULTED Turk Arrested After His Attack on Wife of Rail road Engineer. An assault In which Mrs. Anna Amos the wife of an engineer on the Chicago Lake Shore & south iJend, came verv being the victim of a Turk occurred at Kirk, the settlement which has grown up in the vicinity of the Lake Shore yards in Gary. Mrs. Ames and her husband live In the Kirk hotel. Mrs. Amos went out side for some purpose or - another at it into liis head to read that check Wi MV" V; i '' "JUi ' V "Pay to the order of G. Otbugs. two : ,4 ffV ' f 4Pi 1 and thirty-five one hundredths dollars I ' - Vl , ; ' f ' The check was signed by H. Asbug, 1 S U ' The bartender admit., that it took some ; I v 4- f .xi;V', '2 ' time for the light to shine on his be-I , ,w ' ' v -iVj ' .-Vv' - - FHs-. J! 1 ir i I OUR 1 JIllPllliL Jfltalf GLPiyililE I ' I NOW GOING ONo II r !J P I Incomparable Bargains of all i 1 Descriptions. I U I y 111 A SLtJ Z7 o l ill HAMMOND, IND. J ."'!-i"-"IJ"t ii'...w. wm.'ifWTi hi iim;m'-. lf)'.lM!. 'H ,i. iwiw i i i . mjui..Ji mhum w m . .iipm.wk ..p j-'jiii j mn uuiiiiiil iiii .mum .n wjh i umi i wntfr i; H . . f.VfJ CHARLES SHERMAN KING. Charles Sherman King of Fort Warn", Ind.. his wife, two daughters, a young woman guest, and a chauffeur all were killed instantly yesterday aft ernoon when a train struck their automobile just outside Columbia City, Ind. Mr. King formerly was a member of the Indiana legislature and was promi nent in business and politics in northern Indiana. eleven o'clock in the morning when she was attacked by the Turk. She screamed and raised considerable disturbance and fianlly succeeded in getting away from her captor but only after she had her arm badly scratched and was frightened nearly to death She had a good description of her assailant, however, and the police have been on the lookout for him ever since. It was discovered that he went to Chi cago and it was expected that he would return when he thought the affair had blown over. This morning at S:30 the police no ticed the Turk they wanted get off a train and he was arrested. His name was found to be Vesa Wasalich. Offi cer Jurich made the arrest and the man was taken to the police station where lie will be held pending a preliminary hearing. MANY SERVIANS ATTEND A PICNIC. Sorko Club Gives Varied Entertainment for Resident of Gary Yesterday. There was a big Servian picnic at Gary yesterday and it has been esti mated that there were in the neighbor hood of 1,000 Servians from all of the cities in the Calumet region who par ticipated. The picnic was given by what is known as the Socko club and was a very interesting affair. There were a number of peculiar national dances and music was furnished by bag pipes and other peculiar musical instruments. There was plenty of "booze fighting" but there was no drunkenness to be seen anywhere and not a single arrest Samuel Walker, Aged 28, Falls Into Trap and Is Landed the Lockup. in "All is fair in love and war, said the Gary police yesterday. One of Chit f Martin's policeman acted in a unique rol ; Saturday night when Officer William Marquard p!aed drunk and while he was lying in trie gutter his pockets were rilled by a roller." who was arested and placed in jail by the officer. In the arrest f.t th victim, Samuel Walker, 2S years old, the police believe that they have one of ' tf mo.r icious of a gang of hoodlums that has been terrorizing this community. He Uhl the Trap. Marquard was detailed to lay ths trap into which Waiker fell without the least hesitation. He dressed in citizen's clothes, and then, with the pretense of having on a full-sized jag. stumbled along Washington street un til he reached Fifteenth. There Ire stumbled Hit-;- C.e gutter and laid theoi for a fevv n.:ntes waiting for sonn crook to il1." In a short time Wait er came down the street, and seeing t;ie drunk, thought it looked easy. While Marquard lay with his hat covering his face the professional holler" searched every pocket until h'e suddenly struck the policeman's baton and handcuffs, and, realizing that he had been an easy mark, started fw the woods. Before he could get ten feet, however, the officer was upon hiv and placed the irons about his wrists. The man made but a little struggle j after the officer was upon him, realiz ing that the game was up. He waj taken to the station where he wus booked for attempted highway rob bery. Poller Jubilant at Result. If Walker had found Marquard's watch before he did the handcuffs he would have taken it and then could have been charged with straight rob bery. As il was, he did not take any thing from Marquard's person, for as soon as he felt the cold steel and thea the baton he knew what the game was that was being played. Walker has been in Gary for some time and ; has never had steady em ployment. The police believe that he is a bad one and are fortunate in land ing him. was made. Of late the Servians have been more law abiding and ever 'sree the deplorable shooting of several Servians and policemen they have been, more quiet.