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Times Pattern Department J HERE AND THERE IN THE CALUMET REGION Thursday, Julr 30, 1908. Day's Grist in South Chicago TIVE ABE OVERCOME BY YESTERDAY'S HEAT. Ind In SwInmniliiK IMnappear Near Manhattan Beach. Sailor Drop Down On Street and Section Hand Falls On Kallroud Track In South Chicago. Five people were overcome by the intense heat which prevailed yesterday through the Inner works at the Illi nois Steel company. In addition to these overcome in the steel mills one man was prostrated in South Chicago. The victims: Louis Mafreskl, laborer, 11106 Iloxie avenue, taken to Illinois .Steel com pany's hospital where he was treated. Joe Boschnski. 8339 Superior avenue, laborer at mills, working near blast furnace, toppled over and came close to falling in pot of molten metal. Was removed to steel company's hospital. "Will recover. Frank Slevenlch. S339 Superior ave nue, spudder at Illinois Steel company, fell In faint while going from main office to south works, Taken to hos pital. Martin O'Reilly, a laborer, employed by the Chicago Belt Railway company, overcome while at work with the sec tion crew, taken to roundhouse where he was revived. (3. B. Lenard, 811 Stxty-third street, oercome with heat while working In the rear of 7904 Exchange avenue. Taken home by ambulance. James O'Connor, a sailor, 20 years old, living at 171 Mohaw street, while walking near Ninety-fourth street and Commercial avenue was overcome with heat. He was taken to the South Chi cago hospital. Chas. Keating, 7602 Greenwood ave nue. 11 vears old, while In bathing yesterday afternoon at Manhattan beach disappeared twieh. Officer Fred Xthuel swam to the boy's rescue and with the aid of other bathers the boy was taken from the water. Later he was taken to his home. The boy's weakened condition in the water was due to the excessive heat. SOUTH CHICAGO AN GETS INTO FIGHT AT FRIENDLY DINNER. John Halswelskl In South Chicago Hos pital In a Serious Condition Struck Over the Head With a Ileer Bottle. John Halswelski, 46 Green Bay ave Unue, is in the County hospital today end reported to be dying as the result of a free for all fight, in which he participated while on the north side. Halswelfki in company with two of his countrymen journeyed to the north side yesterday where they were to be the guests of friends at a little dinner, the dinner Included plenty of beer and in a dispute over who should have the most a riot followed. Halswelski was struck over the head with a beer bottle and is said to have sustained a slight fracture on the right side of his skull. Friends of Halswelski went to the County hospital to find out the extent of his injuries. Halswelski Is employed in the Illinois Steel company's south works. YOUTH PRISONERS ESCAPE FROM SCHOOL FOR BOYS. pt. Charles Home for Boys Minus I.ads Who Are Permitted to Work in Field. South Chicago Police Notified. Seven boys, prisoners at the Saint Charlt-s School for Boys at St. Charles, 111., forty miles from South Chicago, escaped from their guards yesterday, while at work in the fields which sur round the home. Among the seven youngsters who made their escape is, William Kokos ki. 17 vears old. 1070 West Seventy- riineth street. South Chicago. The South Chicago police were noti fied of the escape yesterday afternoon and all officers have been furnished with descriptions and the apprehension of the boys is almost certain if they come into Chicago. Many Attend Beaches. Yesterday was a record day for large attendances at the bathing beaches in Bouth Chicago and adjoining suburbs. 'At the Calumet beach over two thou sand men, women and children took advantage of the splendid bathing fa cilities and took to the water. At the Calumet park no charge is made for ruits which is in a great measure re sponsible for the extensive patronage. At the Municipal bathing beach at the foot of Seventy-ninth street and Lake avenue, hundreds of people en joyed the cool waters of lAke Michi gan. At Manhattan, Windsor and Kichols beaches in Windsor Park a correspondingly large number were in attendance, especially during the even ing hours was the large crowd in the Waters at the Windsor Tark beaches. During the afternoon hours at Bes semer park the attendents were taxfd FOR SALE Cheap, express waon. Inquire Haas & Hilton Co., 213 East Handolph St., Chicago, or 91S7 So. Chi cago avenue, So. Chicago. 27-6 COULD YOU USE FURNITURE OR fixtures at a very low price? I can Jit you out in almost anything needed far cheaper than you can purchase elsewhere. See me before buying, I Bell on credit. Mr. Brown, room 218 larl8 Bldg., 9154 Commercial avenue.27 "WANTED Stenographer; experienced only; good penman and accurate at figures. Apply to H. M. Faber.. Spe cialty Underwear Co., 135 Condit St. WANTED Female help, experienced operator on muslin underwear; steady work and good pay. Apply Mr. Faber, Specialty Muslin Under wear Co., 135 Condit St., Hammond, lad. 7-14-tf, to their utmost capacity to take care of the large crowds. The pool at Rus square reports a large number of bath ers during the afternoon and evening hourse. Church Suffer Benefit. An elaborate supper will be served this evening on the lawn at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Nixon Davis, 7564 Coles avenue, for the benefit of the church fund of St. Margaret's parish and will include the best cul inary products and all bachelors in Windsor park are especially tendered Invitations to attend the affair. Ice cream and cake will also be served for the benefit of those who do not wish suppers. The large spacious lawn surrounding the Davis home will be brilliantly lighted by Japanese lanterns, arranged in a novel manner to attract attention. One of the largest attendances of the season is expected at this evening's social. FIND WORTHLESS CHECK Ex-Alderman John Derpa's Name is Forged on the Paper. The finding of a note book, between the pages of which contained a check on the Woodlawn Savings bank call ing for 172, bearing the signature of John Marshall and counter-signed by John S. Derpa, ex-alderman, has led the police authorities to wonder at its genuiness. It was found over a week ago in the play gounds at Bessemer park by one of the attendants, John Hoffman, hut was held in his possession until yesterday, when it was turned over to the ex-aiderman for identification who looked astonishment upon what has thus far developed to be a worthless piece of paper. The number of the check was 196S. Marshall's address and number as given in the note book on the identi fication My leaf, is SS4S Muskegon ave nue. An effort to locate him at that number was unsuccessful and his whereabouts it appears are unknown. The check was made payable to the order of John M. Smyth on the Wood- lawn bank, and as Mr. Derpa has never had an account with that institution, it makes the matter still more puzzling. and he is inclined to take the matter as a joke. Mr. Derpa still has the check In his possesion and any attempt to prove its genuiness will probably lead to the arrest of the possible forger. LUMMP GETS BUMP ON A NEW LAW POINT Michael Carmody and Henry Lump, the two men who were arrested recent ly on the charge of having stolen cop per wire, were up for a hearing be fore Judge Torrison today. Both men. since their arrest, were out on bond. Lump yesterday came in contact with the law on another point, being ar rested for cruelty to animals. Again he furnished bond and will have a hearing on this charge today. The Lit Torch. Let us not delude ourselves with the thought that, when a strong man lays down this mortal burden we have really lost anything of the actual man. The real man lives on in the few of the many with whom his oareer in the flesh has counted most. We partake of one another's nature as a lit torch passes on Its light to an unlit one. Wall Street Journal. Hobby for Brain-Fag. Physically, mentally and often mor ally a good hobby Is a business man's salvation. When his mi fid h3 been strenuously at work for many hours he has used up a large quantity of life force. If then he turns to his hobby for a change his brain experiences a relief and the jaded parts get rested. Business Man's Magazine. Learn to Cress the Road. No limitation of speed can prevent accidents from occurring to people who will not use their common sense, and who do not know what it is to be systematic in their actions. It only remains for the carelessly inclined to be made to realize their individual responsibilities before accidents will be as rare on the roads as on the rail ways. Automotor Journal. The Language of Flowers. The Instinctive and universal taste o; mankind selects flowers for the ex pression of the finest sympathies, their bf.auty and fleetingness serving to make them the most fitting symbols of those delicate sentiments for which language seems almost too gross medium. George S. Hillard. Loyalty and Friendship. Never permit yourself to comment unfavorably upon a friend. If you have a complaint carry it la person to the individual concerned. Loyalty 13 the life breath of real friendship, and if there were more loyalty there would he fewer broken friendships. Home Chat Man Nature. No matter, how much a man 13 in love with his wife, she mustn't be sur prised to see him sit up and take no tice when an unusually handsome girl goes by. Somerville Journal. A DERELICUAUNCH Found by James Minas and Jos. Hartswell on Calu met River. While out rowing yesterday after noon In the Calumet river, Joseph Hartswell and James Minas found an abandoned launch which was lloating in the water near the southern portion of the river. The launch hu3 a seat ing capacity of six, but there was no articles of furniture or other marks to help locate the owners of the craft. A canvas canopy covered the top of teh boat and an American flag was led on the rear end of the boat. No one to date has claimed the trim little craft, which is a very valuable one. The theory of drowning has been offered in connection with the finding of the boat, but the general opinion is that it had become loose from its moorings and drifted away. LL Miss Legenschleiter Crosses Ocean to Marry "Proud Gus" Heinz. A romantic episode will culminate Saturday in the marriage of "Prud Gus" leinz and Gertrude Logenschleiter at Benton Harbor, Mich. The groom-to-be is one of the trust worthy drivers of the Cook Brewing ompany, and resides with his parents at 9241 Ontario avenue, while the lat- er's parents live in Germany, from whence she arrived today. The newly wedded couple will live with Mr. Heinz's parents for the time being, following a brief honeymoon at numerous watering places in Indiana and Michigan. Mr. Heinz Is well known in South Chicago and is popular in his set. Knee Breeches. There i3 still, we believe, hope for velvet and silk knee breeches, and for a host of other and minor Improve ments. The standard of least ridicu lousness which the Court Journal ad mits we set ourselves In matters of attire will lead, not to srreater som- berness, but to a higher appreciation of art in relation to the clothing of the human form. Men's Wear. Layman and Church Meetings. One great difference between church work In this country and Great Brit ain is the preponderance of meetings in the latter country conducted by aymen, in one denomination alone, he Wesleyan, out of 25,000 services nearly 20,000 being in charge of lay men alone. Each in Its Proper Place. You cannot make a whistle out of a pig's tail, or from a whistle produce the curling appendage that gives grace to the pig. But each in the proper place may swell the music in the or chestra of life and make music that shall uplift the race. Courage and Patience. 11 you imagine that you have a kick coming" just think of Mrs. Bella Cook, aged 87 years, and bedridden for S3 years, supporting herself all that time. She certainly gives an example of courage and patience that calls for admiration. New York Herald. The Business Woman. The woman in business is now an accepted fact, and the stubborn preju dice which she had to encounter in the early stages of her uphill fight has almost entirely disappeared. She is now recognized as an essential factor in the great machinery of commerce. Modern Business. Dangers of Sentiment. It Is useless trying to explain on so ciological, psychological or other mys terious grounds the extraordinary number of crimes committed recent ly in this country. The cause of the crime wave is simply the suppression of capital punishment. Only fear of the guillotine will stay the arm of the criminal. Petit Journal, Paris. Time for the Bath. rl Is not a wise plan to stay In the tub too long, especially if the water be hot or cold. If one stays in a hot bath too long one is apt to feel weakened. A great deal more is to be gained from a short, brisk rub. whlcn is wonderfully refreshing A Purple Moment. "Speaking of purple moments sighed the nervous woman, "to me there is nothing equal to the agony of seeing your car start around Twenty third street to Lexington avenue when you are under the impression that you are going up Broadway." New York Press. Heroic Remedy. "The only man I ever knew who had what they call the artistic tempera ment," said Uncle Allen Sparks, "was thoroughly cured by his wife. She whipped it out of him." Talking and Eloquence. Ben Jonson: Talking and eloquence are not the same; to speak, and to speak well, are two things. WED SATURDAY Practical Fashions LADIES' DRESSING-SACK. Paris Pattern No. 2497, All Seams Allowed. Flowered cretonne has been used for this dainty and desirable little dressing sack, which Is cut in two pieces, with a seam down the center-back. The part that goes over the shoulder is slashed and fastened to gether with ribbons, similar ribbons holding the garment together at the center-front. A wide piece of the ma terial, or of ribbon matching the color of the flower, is tied around the waist, holding the garment in position. Th9 pattern is adaptable to flowered or plain dlmit3", lawn, challls, or any of the summer materials. The pattern is in four sizes 32, 36, 40 and 4 4 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the dressing-sack requires 2 yards of material 27 inches wide, two yards 36 inches wide, or 1 yard 42 inches wide; 3i2 yards of ribbon. To procure this pattern send 10 rent to "Pattern Department." of this paper. "Write name and address plainly, and be sure to give size and number of pattern. CHILD'S OVERALLS. Paris Pattern No. 2445, All Seams Allowed. Dark blue, brown, green or tan denim is usually chosen to develop these little all-over garments, which protect the child from the dust and drTt while playing out. of doors. If made of blue or tan, the straps which pass over the shoulders and hold gar ment in place are of bright red denim; the shaped pieces at the front, back and sides being of similar material. The back is made in two ways, either extending to the waist line or above it, according to taste, and the right front is ornamented with a small square patch pocket. The pattern is In five sizes one to nine years. For a child of five years the overalls re quire two yards of material 27 inches wide, or yard 36 inches wide; as illustrated, five-eighths yard of con trasting material 27 inches wide. To procure this pattern send 10 cents to "Pattern Department." of this paper. Write name and address plainly, and be sure to give size and number of pattern. Pract 1 NAME 1 f3-JVi&' " I NO. 2497. SIZE n 11 Carts I TOWN I 9x12 Smgmn II VU1 " N'AME STREET AND NO I $?2.75. St"' Tubln9 Bed' rass roJs anft $5.95. 1 TOWN , state.. . I - knobs; all colors, nice O TC I STREET AND NO ; , aj finish 0 3 111 aVUViQl M. UJUlUllw) H NO. 2445. SIZE NAME TOWN STREET AND NO STATE ThacKciayana. Mr. Walter Jerrold proves that It was Thackeray and not, as generally believed, an anonymous journalist in the SportlDg Times, who "hit upon the meaningless but suggestive word "bally. " London Tribune. Danish Proverb. Silks and "Uins put out the fire in ihi kitchei? ihionsj Pra Practical Fashions LADIES' KIMONO NIGHT-GOWN. Paris Pattern No. 2427, All Seams Allowed. Nainsook or jaconet are the best materials for the develop ment of this dainty little night-robe, which is slipped on over the head. Four tucks on the shoulders at the front and hack stitched to nearly the bust-line give sufficient fullness to the garment around the foot. The square Dutch neck and kimono arm holes are trimmed with English em broidery insertion. The pattern is in four sizes 32, 36, 40 and 44 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the night gown requires 5'4 yards of material 36 Inches wide, or 4 yards 42 inches wide; 27m yards of insertion. To procure this pattern send 10 cents tn "Pattern Department," of this paper. Write name and address plainly, and be Bure to give size and number of pattern. LADIES' COMBINATION CORSET COVER, DRAWERS AND SHORT PETTICOAT. Paris Pattern No. 2448, All Seams Allowed. Nainsook, jaconet, Persian lawn or thin cambric may be used for this useful little finder-garment, which combines three pieces in one; making it delightful for wearing dur ing the warm summer weather. A ribbon-run beading hides the joining of the corset-cover and drawers, which are formed by an extra width of the material being set in under the petti coat at the front. The low round neck is also trimmed with ribbon-run beading which regulates the fullness, and is finished with an edging of nar row lace. Similar edging is used to trim the armholes. The pattern Is in eight sizes 32 to 46 inches, bust measure. For 36 bust the garment re quires 4Vj yards of material 27 Inches wide, or V2 yards 36 inches wide; 24 yards of beading, five yards of ribbon, four yards of insertion, six yards of wide edging and 44 yards of nar row edging. To procure this pattern send 10 cents to "Pattern Department," of this paper. Write nnme and addrepa plainly, and be sure to give size and number of pattern. NO. 2448. SIZE. NAME TOWN STREET AND NO STATE Have Plants Souls? The day is drawing nearer when scientists will clearly establish that plants have some sort of a "soul." Proofs of their sensitiveness and the analogy of hundreds of them with cer tain animals are rapidly increasing In number. Nouvelle Revue. PariB. Ami f?l I Practical fashions I : 252-56 Ninety-Second St., Cor. Houston. South Chicago's Furniture Center, LAST WEEK of our great July Clearing Sale. DON'T MISS IT IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD GOODS. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. EASY PAYMENTS. 4 rooms furnished complete $72.50. Terms $1.00 weekly. lifts! I i I . --JielS5fi&&al9!2JU,ii I - Challenge Grand Refrigerator, hard-wood throughout, charcoal filled and mineral wool lined, all parts detachable, guaranteed. A Hint to Girl3. Girls before 18 should never wear precious stones, unless it be one hand some ring. When school days are over and long skirts are adopted they may wear what jewels they see fit, pro viding they do not deck tnemselves m conspicuous way. Philoosphy of the Mosquito. "De mosquito is mighty obligin' ter sing at his work," s,aid Brother Dickey, "but whar is de man what got a ear fer music wen de light's out an' sleep hits him? 'Sides dat, de mosquito is lak' some folks in dis worl': He thinks dey ain't no mockin' bird kin beat him singin', an' he wants pay fer ever' tune he raises!" Atlanta Constitution. Lucky Brunettes. "Tou are lucky," said the first moth er to the second, "in having a brown eyed baby." "Where does the luck come in besides that of his being good looking?" inquired the second. "Be cause brown-eyed babies are immune from many of the infantile ills that blue-eyed children always have. I've seen it work dozens cf times and heard doctors admit it. Blondes catch everything, but brunettes get off easy." Generous Woman. No matter how sorry a woman can be that she married a man, she can be a lot gladder that she kept some other girl from getting him. New York Press. Wheat Fields Follow Civilization. From the Atlantic coast the progress of grain production has ad vanced westward with settlement, un til it now has reached the banks of the North Saskatchewan river and the foothills of the Rocky mountains. In the days of our fathers, the Riche lieu valley was the great wheat field. It bore 40 crops in succession. Luck and "Pluck." The twisted philosophy of "luck" is at the bottom of much of our social evil. The cure of this evil is found in pluck, a term synonymous with warm hearted, manly energy, which knows no defeat, but ever battles bravely on until the combat Is crowned with vic tory. Biblical. Speaking of cherry pies we are re minded of that Biblical saying, which goes something like this: "It is hard 'o bite against the stones." (EE SWUM! MONEY LOANED on good security such as Furniture, Pianos and other personal property QUIETLY and QUICKLY. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO 9138-40 Commercial Ave. South Chicago Room 2 CO Tel. So. Chicago 104 Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday evenings until sP. M. I Brussels . cosing I 9X12 k Go-Carts I 5 75 Mii rnrk Larse I Open Monday. Thursday and Saturday Evenings guaranteed ij.OU I 11 W. D. CARROLL, M. D. SPECIALIST. BLOOD, SKIN, KERVOCS AND RECTAX DISEASES, Including Contagious Blood Poison, Sores, Ulcers, Kcifina, etc PRIVATE DISEASES, Kidney, Bladder and all urinary affections. NKRVOl'S DEBILITY, RECTAL DISEASES, HEMORRHOIDS, etc Dr. Carroll destrea to announce that he has opened an office lo South Chicago where he will be pleased to meet his many friends and former patients in the Calumet section. 25 years' successful ex perience In the above class of dis eases for 20 years past on Stat street. Chicago. Consultation Free. Office: 256 Ninety-second Street, SOUTH CHICAGO, ILL. A. CHAIRS. NO. WATTING. wiiAVii wiiwp. TONSORIAL PARLOR JOHN W. ATKINSON, Frop. First-class Pool 6 EBUard Parlor Connected 6306 Cottage Grove Ave., Chicago. IVfBPIGAL.. DR. HASENCLEVER, 182 State St., Room 45, Chicago Specialist in an Disease of Women. Con sultation and Advice Free. UOURS IO to 4. HENRY GROSS ::Painting and Decorating:: PAINT, GLASS, WALL PAFEH PAINTER'S SUPPLUS 033 Commercial Ave. Tel. So. Chicago 111 So. Chicago William A. Schoening General Contractor and Builder fire Losses Adjastcd SotMni Promptly Attended to IC520 TORRENCE AVE., Chicago Phone, South Chicago 480 Telephoaeao-OCec, 148 1 HeUdeaoa MS, Sovtn. Calcaro. FRANK FOSTER ATTORNEY AT Room IS, Commercial Block. Sto Commercial avontii, Chicago, TIL Residence 9110 Eretmnea aTaana. CHICHESTER S'RILLS Wy;- TUE WlAMO.NI BHXD.I a Fill. In U4 ami HIA m-..l,7 bomes, mJcd with btse Ribbon. Take otiter. Bur ef roar lrnccl. AfCiriIIKS-TEBI IHASO.in IIIUAD FILL, nr S yr, known u B-s. fwfot. A IwlTl R.IUhle SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Man's Dull Attire. Britishers are constantly becoming duller and more morose in the matter of their clothes. Their carelessness in this respect Eeraa sometimes to amount to affectation. Chambers' Journal. Attributes of Red-Haired. Red-haired persons are usually Im pressive and outspoken.