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THE TIMES. FROM NEIGHBORING TOWN AND CITY CROWN POINT NEWS Prostrated By Heat. Peter Miller had a bad tussle with the heat day before yesterday and for a short time it looked as if he was com ing out second best. Many of our peo ple have suffered from the Intense heat in the last few days and it behooves a person to be very careful in order not to be overcome. Helps Appearance of Trees. The trimming of trees around the court house square certainly adds to the appearance of the grounds and building and It has been suggested that the felling of every other tree around the square would further benefit the view of the building and still leave adequate shade on th grounds. The exterior of the new building is prac tically completed and will make a fine appearance when the grounds are put in shape. Gives an Exhibition. Date Wnittington, an expert comedy bicycle rid. r. I'.eld the boards on Main street last evening and entertained a large crowd spectators by his won derful feats of balancing and trick rid ing. Nothing seemed impossible for tiie young man to do and his work in that line was the best ever witnessed by our population. Rasor.e Chaffee has revently sold his home on West street to Mrs. Berg, and she will take pods.-ssien at once. The consideration is not known. Miss Hannah P-lack delight fully en tertained a numhfr of the lady friends of her sister, Mrs. Shrpard, at the Black residence on Court street yester day afternoon. The firemen are completing all ar rangements for their big meet on Sat urday and are ready forthe big crowd ti'.at is expected to attend. ttarnle Young's celebrated band of Hammond will be an additional drawing card. Ed Laws ar.d a young lady friend from New York. ar expected to visit hi5! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Laws, for some time next week. Miss Rr.by Wilson and Miss Mabel Crawford returned y sterday front Yysilanti, Mich., whore they have, been attending a. teachers' training school. While away they also made a pleasure trip to tiie (Ireat Lnges and Niagara Falls, and report a delightful time. Mrs. Merrill and Mrs Imers pent t!;e day at Cellar Lake j est.erday, en joying themselves as guests of the Allman family, who are sojourning there. W. H. Ha'ndley arid wife ere visiting with relatives in Lowell. Mrs. Horace Marble returned from Wheatfield yesterday to attend her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Allen Salisbury, who is under the doctor's care. Mr. and Mrs. Blocker of Hammond are visiting Crown Point relatives. Emil Schroeder transacted business in Hammond yesterday. A goodly share of our people are away on their summer vacations. The recorder's office force have moved into their rev- quarters in the court houseb uilding. Miss Minnie Sehultz of Hammond is visiting Crown Point friends for a few da s. Don't forget the big Forester's dance to be given at Lassen's pivilion. Cedar L.ik- on next Wednesday evening. A good time is assured to all who attend. Miss Graet Stilson returned last night from a visit with Hammond friends. Mrs. Sam Westerraan has returned from an extended visit with friends and relatives in Chiengn. Mi s Rose Wachter returned last cvexing from a visit with East Chicago relatives. Murray Turner and a party of friends o? Hammond, toured to Crown Po:nt Is.st evening in Mr. Turner's touring car. A rain is badly needed for the crops rnd to lay the dust on the roads. While the surrounding country has been blessed with good showers, none have passed over Crown Foint which if becoming exceedingly dry. WHEELER. Alfred Lindburg of I' ossetsburg. Ind. transacted business in Wheeler Wed nesday. I. N. Sitler returned from his vaca tion at Diamond Lake Mich., Wednes day. Mrs. Ijouks visited with Hobart rela tives Wednesday. A. L. Schaar of the Kimbal Piano company, of Chicago, was a business visitor in Wheeler yesterday. Mrs. Almon Lathrope was a visitor in Valpara iso Wednesd tv. Many kinds of contests will be seen at the Foresters' picnic Saturday. II. iimne transacted business in Val paraiso Wednesday. Mrs. Eby is recovering from a very painful accident caused by trouble with a gasoline stove, the blaze from which burned her face severely. Miss Nellie Jons left this morning for Waukeha, Wis., for a visit with friends. Miss Ora Phillips is reported slightly better and was resting qsiJetly last evening. HESSYIL.LB. Miss Lena Grapp spent Wednesday in Chicago. W. B. LaPearle. of Englewood spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gro man. Master Thomas Groman. who has been visiting friends in Englewood has returned hime. VALPARAISO. Mrs. George C. Bennett expects to leave next Monday to attend the re union of the Bennett family in Mich igan. She expects to be gone until the last of August or the first of September. Theodore Jessie and family and H. M. Jessie and wife expect to leave Friday to visit friends at Monticello and Chal mers. They expect to camp near are Tippecanoe river and will be gone for two or three weeks. A Spaniard on College Hill the other day stole a watch from another student. The guilty man was found and with a little persuasion by a representative of the law was soon willing to "find the man" who had it and secure its return to the owner. J. E. Hargls of Lembke Hall expects to leave soon for the Northwest to se cure a position. Immediately after Prof. Klnsey com pleted his announcement In chapel Tuesday morning concerning the sad accident which resulted in the death of And. Reesor. a telegram was handed to him from Charles Synder, a student, who, upon opening the message found that his brother-in-law, Ed Overlerse, had been killed. He was buried at Yan dalia Wednesday. HOBART. Mrs. Charles Andrews returned yes terday from a visit with friends at In diana Harbor. Attorney Dan Kelly, of Valparaiso, was in Hobart on business yesterday. A. L. Schaar, who was formerly in the piano business in Hobart, was In town a few hours yesterday. Clarence Rabe, of Chicago, was a Ho bart visitor Tuesday. Charles Boldt went to Dyer today. The Maroons will take a rest next Sunday, having scheduled no game. Fred jr., and Lou Maybaum spent Sunday with relatives in Chicago. George Warchus, of East Gary, was in town yesterday. i Miss Stella Kent went to Indiana j Harbor yesterday to visit friends for a week. ST. JOHN, William Russell of Brunswick tran sacted business here today. Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Sehaefer of Whiting are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kamnier. Henry Bunte of Joiiet, 111., was a vis itor today. Miss Cecelia Pchafer of Whiting, who is visiting with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hammer, since last week, spent a few days with relatives :n Sehcrerviile and returned lie re yes terday. The engineers of the C. I. & S. R .R. company, have surveyed tiie roads leading from the alleys from both sides of the Thie'en avenue and the work will be let in the near future. Instead of crossing the tracks at the big cut in town, driveways will be mad over the riht of way, leading from the inter section of the alley, and railraad to the above mentioned Thieleo avenue. MUNSTER, Joe Munster was visiting in Ham mond yesterday. Mrs. Walter Krooswky visited Mrs. John Kikkert last evening. Miss Minnie Kaske spent yesterday at Lake Michigan visiting friends. The bridge over the Hart ditch is still undergoing repairs. The work is being hurried as much as possible as the bridge is being put up, many peo ple are greatly inconvenienced. Mrs. Peter Kikkert went to Ham mond today. Miss Clara Prang of Chicago is spending a few days here with friends. Edwin Yandenberg of Lansing was here yesterday on business. W. Winterhoff of Lansing passed through here yesterday on his way to Black Dak where he and some friends will camp for several days. iMss Re.sie Schoon visited Erna Kaske yesterday Afternoon. INDIANA HARBOR. Miss Florence Darrell of Muncie, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. Richard Cooper of Pennsylvania avenue. L. Houtschilt will leave tonight for Muskegon, Mich., to be present at the wedding of a relative there tomorrow evening. Mr. Houtschilt will remain there over Sunday and do a little fish ing in the neighborhood. Jacob Frank was a visitor in Chi cago yeste rday. John Ford of the Indiana Harbor Plumbing company's force, was called to Pittsburg yesterday on account of the death of his uncle. Mr. Ford will remain there for two weeks visiting relatives and friends. Charles E. Fowler was In Chicago yesterday on business. Peter Valenty will open a barber shop next Saturday in the room form erly used as a cafe in Kauffman's ho tel, corner Michigan avenue and Guth rie street. Mr. Valenty will install three chairs and everything will be up to date. George W. Ross and family left yes terday for Michillincla, Mich. Mr. Ross will return Monday, but the rest of the family will stay there the balance of the summer. The boys of the Baptist church Sun day school defeated the team from the Methodist Sunday school yesterday af ternoon in a one-sided game of base ball. The score was IS to 2. Herbert Perkins, pitcher for the Baptists, struck out sixteen of the Methodist players. Walter Gravitt, superintendent of the western division of the rail department of the Lake Shore railroad, was in town yesterday on business. While unloading water pipes in the Pennsylvania railroad yards, yester day, John Moke, an employe of the Indiana Harbor and East Chicago Elec tric company, let one of the pipes slip and it fell on his right foot, mashing the big toe. CARL ANDERSON GENESAt CONytACTOK Building and Sidewalks A. SPECIALTY Telephone I. II. 002. Res. 621. GARY NEWS Work Is Progressing. The work on the pumping station in Jefferson Park is advancing rapidly un der the direction of the J. L. Schmidt construction company. The excavations are nearly completed and the work on the foundation will be started in a few days. So far the contract has not been let for the brick work around the stand pipe, but it is expected that this will be done some time this summer. This brick work will run up to the top of the stand pipe which is 125 feet in height, and will be one of the features of the park. ladies Will Meet. A meeting will be held Saturday af ternoon in the Pdnsenhof hall by the members of the I, allies' Republican Club. At this nice ting the constitution and by-laws will be adopted, as report ed by the committee. They will also discuss their plans for the coming cam paign. Next Monday the regular meeting of the real estate board will be held and many matters of importance will be discussed. It is expected that some charges mtay be filed before the execu tive committee acting as an investigat ing board, against certain members of the board. The regular meeting of the Commer cial club will be held Wednesday. The celebration will be discussed among other things and the reports of the committees will be heard. A large at tendance is desired. The rumor current that George O'Donnel, proprietor of the Gary hotel would run a restaurant in the basement is untrue but Mr. O'Donnel's plans are to run another barber shop, himself by employing competent help from Chi cago.. A. B. Adam, of Peru, Ind., was in ary yesterday looking over real es tate In the city under the guidance of some local dealers. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneweg of Pittsburg arrived In Gary today where he will look about the city today. Mr. Kenne weg may invest in this city. Theodore Bonzen and wife have re turned from a short visit to their form er home in Joiiet. F. A. C.autent of Indianapolis was in Gary yesterday on business. TGIJSSTON. Miss Meta Forman is spending a few days with friends in Hammond. Carl Birch of South Bend returned home after visiting with relatives here. Mrs. S. B. Stewart is visiting friends in Valparaiso for a few days. Miss Florence Findlir.g returned to her home in Hammond after visiting here for a few days. Mrs. I. A. Gibson and daughter, Amelia of Crown Point, the visiting friends and relatives here for a few da ys. Misses Ida Knobloch and Hilda Krow ger, returned to Chicago after a few days visit with friends here. Misse.s Pauline and Clare Edmunds of Chicago are spending a few weeks with relatives here. Miss Sophia Bode of Indiana Harbor spent a few days with friends here. Master Vernon Rhoades of Niles, Mich., is spending a few weeks with relatives here. CLARK STATION. Miss E. Behn was a South Chicago business visitor. J. M. Stinson ef Hammond spent the evening with friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sanger returned to their home n East Ea.st Side after visiting a few days here. J. Walsh spent the day on business at ary. The Clark Station White Sox would like to play the B'.akc Oak Junior team Sunday, August 2. LOWELL. Thomas Arnott is able to get down to Ills place of business again after sev eral days' of sickness. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Sisson and daughter. Me da, reeurned to their home in Chicago Wednesday after an extend ed visit iiere with relatives and friends. The Methodist and Presbyterian church people have arranged to hold union meetings Sunday evenings dur ing the month of August. The first two meetings will be held in the Presby terian church. The Oakland Parks will play the Wheatfield Saturday and the Rensse laer team here Sunday. It is promised that both games will be crackerjacks. Mr. and Mrs. Dicr of Chicago are vis iting his brother John at this place. Cordie Kennedy lias returned from a Chicago hospital where he successfully underwent an operation for appendi citis. EAST CHICAGO. Mass Meeting Is Held. A mass meeting that was well at tended was held last night in Wcin land's hall. 1 . J. Reed, who Issued the call for the meeting, explained that the purpose of the gathering was to reorganize the Fast Chicago Citizens' Improvement association and put it on a basis for a more active campaign against what Mr. Reed termerl civic misrule. After Mr. Reed's remarks were ended an organization was per fected with the chairman of the meet ing. Mr. Reed, elected president, E. Pickard. secretary, and J. Windbloom, treasurer. A subscription list was then started to carry on the work of the association cut out for itself and the members were not slow to put down their names for liberal donations. A resolution was introduced and car ried making oO cents the amount of the quarterly membership dues. Mr. Reed then addressed the meeting and explained what he believed the duties of such an association were. He condemned the actions of the pres ent council and said it was the duty of all good citizens to see to it that civic affairs should be conducted in as clean and economical a manner as pos sible. He was not willing to admit, however, that the present "powers that be" were headed In that direction. Mr. Pickard spoke and his remarks were along the same lines. Mr. Pit zel handled the speaker the Wallager letter which was published in The Times of yesterday and after the secre tary had read it aloud It was freely commented on. Colonel R. D. Walsh In speaking of the petition presented to the council Monday night, which was signed by a number of citizens, said it looked from the wording of the document that the author of the petition sought to con vey the impresison that the members of the association was antagonistic to union labor. The colonel explained that the members of the association were as much in sympathy with the unions as it was possible for any one, "even Mr. Albert Lewis." to be, and it was a very poor trick to attempt to insinuate anything else. Other speakers, the bulk of whose remarks were the same as those who preceded them, were William Riley and Ike Specter. The next meeting of the association was set for Thursday, August 6, in the same hall. Miss Edna Olds and Leila Mercer entertained last night at their home on Forsyth avenue for their guest, Miss Mary McDonald, of Brazil, Ind. There was a small fire early yester day morning in a closet in the resi dence of Thomas Burhop, 4715 Magoun avenue. The fire was started by Thom as, Jr., the four-year-old son of Mr. Burhop. who had gotten hold of some matches and was playing with them. The fire was discovered by Mr. and Mrs. Burhop when the room in which they were sleeping became filled with smoke, which woke them up. When the first was located a nightshirt bri gade was former) and after heroic work by the whole Burhop family the blaze was subdued and an inventory taken of the damage. This was found not to be very serious. Some clothes in the closet were ruined and the wood work slightly damaged. No alarm was turned in. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Lloyd and children left this morning for Joiiet, 111., their home, rtfte-r a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis and other friends here. Daniel E. Morgan, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lewis for the past two weeks, left for his homo in Springfield, 111., this morning. Dr. Robert Sp-ar and family left yesterday for Toronto, Canada. The doctor has had his furniture packed ready for shipment and will stay in Toronto until he derides where his future; home will be, when he will send for it. East Chicago is losing one of its most prominent and highly thought of citizens in the doctor's departure. It is with the utmost regret that the Spears leave, but the climate here is so injurious to Mrs. Spear's health that the move was a necessity. Wher ever Dr. and Mrs. Spear decide to lo cate they will carry with them the best wishes and kindest thoughts of Ea.st Chicago's people. A hard times social will be given Monday evening, August 3, in tiie Odd Fellows hall by the Ladies of the Mac cabees. Peter Krill and family returned Tuesday from a month's visit in Mil waukee and Wisconsin resorts. Richard Ehrhart, president of the Indiana Harbor Plumbing company, will take his wife and children to Hampshire, III., tomorrow. Mr. Ehr hart will be back Tuesday but the family will visit there for at least a week longer. The Douglas sisters, at the Elite theater on Michigan avenue, have made a big hit with the patrons of that amusement place. Their vaudeville stunt is great and is considered the best the house has ever produced. ST. JOHN. H, Hood of Toleston transacteil busi ness here yesterday. Mrs. M. Gallagher has returned from a visit at Padirr-ah. Ky where she spent a month with relatives. Charle s Gerlaeh made a business trip to Merrillville Tcusday. .Teihn Soberer made a business trip through the northern part of the coun ty yesterday. Carl Ka'lenberger of Chicago tran sacted business here yesterday. C. Sagers of Hanover Prairie has givn up his employment at Miller's hotel. Gerlaeh brothers shipped a carload of livestock to Chicago today. DYER. J. J. Keilman and son John, made a business trip to Chicago yesterday. The Lion store bus passed through here Wednesday with a fair number of passengers. M. R. Hart went to Chicago yester day morning on business. After a weeks' visit with relatives here, M. Klein of West Hammond left for his home Tuesday. Henry Overhage was a Hammond vis itor Weelneselay. John K Keilman went to Chicago yesterday to look after some business matters. C. Kallenberger of the William Hen ning company of Chicago, was here Tuesday in the firm's interest. Some sagacious business men put in one advertisement in a paper and expect it to bring them results as well expect to eat one meal and then keep from being hungry for a week. Sometimes it will more often it won't. WHITING NEWS Play Joke on Officer. Constable Kuffner was subject to a rather severe joke on Tuesday even ing, which he has taken in surprisingly 1 good part. Attorney Greenwald, Dr. G. II. Hos kins, Editor Farr and Contractor Nedjl went down to the lake at the foot of Sheridan, avenue halMng. Thinking they would have some fun with Kukner, they telephoned him to come down to the beach immediately that there were a crowd of boys in bathing without the necessary equipment. Then they got into the water and waited for Kauff ner's arrival. Thinking he was very fortunate to have this tipped off to him, it was not many minutes before he appeared on the scene. The first thing he did was to gather up their shoes, for evidence, and then hid behind a sand bank with just his head show ing, waiting for the supposed boys to come out of the water. The quartette were naturally having great sport watching him, when all of a sudden they came out ami grabbed Kuffner. After clucking him in the lake, they rolled him in the lake sand ano instead of getting prisoners, he was made a prisoner for a few moments, but which experience it will take him many moments to forget. 7vlr. and Mrs. Joseph Murphy and son Joseph, who have resided on New York avenue, left Tuesday night for their fu ture home in Lima, O. The Murphys have been very popular in Whiting and their many friends are sorry to hear of their departure, but wish them suc cess In their new field. Dr. G. II. Hosklns of Sheridan ave nue, Is entertaining a former classmate. Dr. Cole of Iowa. Frank Girard of Sheridan avenue is suffering from the effects of running a nail in his foot. Miss Annie Shepherd of Hyde Park, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gregg of the Pederson flats. Mrs. J. W. Miles of LaPorte avenue is entertaining her mother, Mrs. L. A. Hampton of Hobart. Miss Judith Woodward has returned to her honn; in Woodiawn, after spend ing a few days with Whiting relatives. Daniel Graves of South Dakota, is the guest of his cousin, Mrs. J. W. Miles, of LaPorte avenue. Miss Florence S. Wing, librarian of the Whiting Public Library, will leave tomorrow for a month's vacation which she will spend in LaCrosse and sev eral other Wisconsin points. Lyle Eddy is back from a visit with relatives in Michigan. Frank Klein of One Hundred and Xineteentli street is planning to move to Gary in the near future. The Improvements on Attorney Gavit's residence in Oliver street is progressing most satisfactorily under the direction of Architect Hutton and Contractor Lund of Hammonfl. The promise which A. F. Knotts, who is president of the Gary Construction Company made to the City Council last meeting niuht, is evidently being kept. The promise as to the effect that the paving of Uno Hundred and Nineteenth street would be pushed ih rough as soon as possible. Since that time Mr. Knotts lias been seen on our streets several days superintending the work. The street has heen impassable almost the entire summer. The business men have complained incessantly of the delay for it lias meant for them a loss of money as well as a great inconvenience. It is hoped for the benefit of the business men, other citizens and all who find it necessary to use One Hundred and Nineteenth street, which is is the main thoroughfare of our city, that the work will not suffer any more delays. Tiie paving of New York ave nue is also at a standstill. The top dressing of ahe street has been removed, leaving noth ing but sand, which is deep enough to reach to the hubs, if a person attempts driving down It witii a horse and wagon. R0BERT8DALE. The Rohertsdale volunteer fire com pany, have made arrangements with tiie stree-t car company to have special cars at the While House Saturday morning, which will leave f,,r Ham mond promptly at 7 o'clock, so t!io.- who wish to attend the tournament will have plenty of time to catch the S:10 train for Crown I'oint. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schmittle have returned to their home in Cleveland. O. after spending a week with the form er's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Schmittle of Harrison avenue. Have you noticed how r-xeerdtngly quiet our little town is this week. Xe hoys shouting er nen whistling anel even the women are not talking ever the fe noes. Know the reason why? They are saving nil their wind to shout g-od and loud for 1 ied e.-rt sd a le at the- tournament Saturday in Crown Point. Mr. anel Mrs. Thomas Mason and chil dren of Odgenviile, Ky., are spending two weeks here the guests of Mr. anel Mrs. Eugier of Indiana boulevard. Mrs. Karl P.odine is quite ill at her home in Harrison avenue. Miss Clara Krocker of Harrison ave nue, resumed her duties at MeClug & Company in Chicago, after a two weeks j vacation. Mr. and MrsriCharles If el stern of Chi cago, visited Mrs. William Vogel in Cleveland avenue, yesterday. Captain K. Punde of the Hammond police force was a Rot -rtsilale visitor Monday evening. Mrs. Green reeurned to her home in Donovon, HI., after spending a week with her siste-r, Mrs. Louise Berrigo. Frank Krocker is very ill at his home in Harrison avenue, with malarial fever. Mr. and Mrs. Td Ho'mes entretalned Mr. anel Mrs. Fred Boldt of Chicago at their home in Harrison avenue yester day. Mrs. Bert Dear of East Side visited Mrs. Earl Bodlne of Harrison avenue Monday. Mrs. August Dreesen and daughter Carrie, of Kobertsd avenue, returned after spending several days visiting in Valparaiso. Mr. and Mrs. Worth left for their home in Michigan City, after spending a few il.ivs here visiting the latter s pthents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Market of Har rison avenue. Mrs. W. Sehultz and children of Tol- tston, Ind.. were the guests of Mrs. W. Biesen of Pearl street ysterday. Mrs. Itachael McGrail of Hammond was a business visitor here vesterdav. WHEELER. Tatlock and Jones have commenced laying a concrete sidewalk in front of the Forester's building. M. Tennery is putting in a pair of wagon scales in front of his store for handling his coal business. Frank Tatlock transacted business in Valpo yesterday. Dr. R. D. Blount of Valparaiso paid a professional visit to Wheeler Tues day. Miss Ora Phillips of Chiacgo, who is visiting at the home of Mrs. Crull, is reported to be ill with typhend fever. LANSING. Miss Minnie Kaske of Munster was in Lansing yesterday. John Van Ramshorst and his assist ant, John Vermynen. the rural delivery men, are taking a two weeks' vacation. Mrs. A. W. Vanderlinden and daugh- Y GAR MODERN EQUIPMENT g EUROPEAN PLAIN GEORGE O'DONNELL MANAUKR GARY, A. ISO ke County Title La i ABSTRACTERS ; Abstracts Furnished at Nominal Rates F. R. MOTT, President FRANK HAMMOND, Vice Pres. J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary A. II. TAPPER,' Treasurer Secretary's Office in Majestic BIdg. HAMMOND The TOLL LINES of the CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY CURTAIL TRAVELING CHARGES You remain in office, store or home while, at slight cost, your telephone puts you in direct Communication with distant party. ECONOMY. CHICAGO TELEPHONE COMPANY THE TRIBE OF News Dealers, Stationers, CIGARS and TOBACCOS Telephone 157. 25 TENTH ST. WE WILL DELIVER THE GARY EVENING TIMES By Carrier to Any Address In Gary. HKFi FREE, a sample bottle of ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC (enough for 3 applications) for 1 Oc. to pay postage and packing. Write today to ED. PINAUD'S American OfF.ces, Ed. Pinaud Building, New York City. Ask your dealer for ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC ter, Mrs. H. Venderlinden, are spending a few days with relatives In Rose-, land. C C. Vandenberg was a business vis-, itor in Chicago yesterday. The Misses Vanstee-nberg were in Roberts dale yesterday. Mrs. H. DeFrb zc- spent a few days with friends in Rowland. NEW MfiRRIjUSE LICENSES ARE ISSUED YESTERDAY Crown P.mt, Ind., July 30. (Spe cial.) The following new marriage li censes were granted by Clerk Short ridge yeste-reliy: G.-orge Dc.nner. Emma M. White, Chieago. Joe Scaffer. o.ive M. Hector, Cni-'jigo. clarence Mutton. Mabel Wa lerhtiry. Chicago. Delmar M. Rey nold. Los Angeles: H,-li 11 l: Knight..; Cnieago. Martin A. Roop. Sh.-l h v ;' Km -ma G. Jacksnn. Buckingham." Mat Kugovieh. l-:;t.ii Via hov feh. Gary. Otto Kutchinsky. Minnie Schmidt, Chicago. Asa Gill.-t. Idaline K. Branch. Chicago. Henry V. Kuester, Lillian 1. Stohley, Hammond. Daniel G. Dunn. Anna Sis. ka, Chicago. John McNab Lizzie Ar E. Belling- tin. Ea.st Chicago. W aim. Chicago; Chicago. Pete go; Louise M. Regni--r, Nona Lucy B. Kriek, South Whaien, South Chiea- R. ber. Chicago. Louis Banfield, Slu-1 be. George 1. May. 1-ranees E. Messnier. Chicago- Carl Wende. Anna Karte. Chicago. John M. Gait. Maud L. St argon. Ham mond. Isadore Simons, Anna Lambert, Chicago. Bad The Tlmn and net the new, HOTEL PROFNRIETTOR INDIANA & Guarantee Co. S. A. 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