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if ft Saturday, August 1, 1903. GARY IS BLESSED WITH LEGAL LIGHTS Forty-four Attorneys There, Some to Make Money, Others a Living. THEY PITY THE POOR CLIENT Lawyers Hover Around Him Day and K'ight They Need His Dough, and Get All That is Loose. Llwyera in front of you, lawyers be hind you, lawyers to the left of you. lawyers to the right of you, and some of them on top of you If the people of Gary violate the law It is their own fault. Do you realize, citizens of Gary, that there are forty-four attoroneys in this city willing, aye, really anxious to ad vise you, to plead your cases, to pre pare your legal documents? Gary has proven a magnetic attraction to law yers of varied character, some good, ome bad, and a multitude of indiffer ent. How many sleepless nights of worry that would be transformed into peri ods of peaceful slumber if the business men of this city could gay to the world that the supply of houses equalled tht upply of lawyers! Or that Gary had ait equal number of millionaires, paved streets or four story buildings. But if the attorneys can stand it, Gary Is glad to have them here. All of them are eating and clothing themselvts (to a certain extent) thereby being a profit to the merchants. In addition t3 this, they are paying hundreds of dollars a month for office rent, making the erection of office buildings a profi tablt investment, and all of them, of course materially raise the grade o citizenship. So who cares? Survival of the Fittest. In the meantime the plethora of le gral lights have swooped down upon this city are crushing and trampling upon each other to reach the top, many of them to keep their heads above wa ter, and the fight, witnessed from a bird's eye view is well worth watch ing. To secure a client with the nec essary filthy lucre, is like getting mon ey from home. Forty-four varieties in all, are clamoring and scratching around for a client, like files about a piece of cake. But they are all stick ers, every one of them, Each one ex ists in the hope that the other wlil pull out for greener fields, but as yet there has been but one or two in the history of the city that have abandon td the practice. At the present time there are 13.000 people in the steel city, but the legal business for its size is serious. Liti gation of every description Is con stantly pending in the lower or higher courts from this city. The amount of woTK tToheTvt-ouTd" do justice to a city three times the size of Gary. Besides the extensive criminal practice, there are corporations, hundreds of ab stracts to be examined, many contracts, remonstrances and many other mat ters requiring legal strvice and advice. In spite of this fact, however, the at torneys with shingles out on Broad way, could easily handle the business of a city of 100,000 pelple. And a city of this size is what they are all dream ing o. Many Are Beginners. A great majority of the attorneys are young men just graduated from college and to whom Gary seemed most attractive. Most of them came here prepared or the ptarvatio n period which all professional men pass through with. They are provided with funds, and the man with the most money will remain here the longest. Several of the lawyers dropped in Gary from some smaller town, where tliev had secured all of the practice in In sight and looked for a bigger terri tory. A few of them couldn't make good any place else, and are building up a practice from the ignorant for eigners, who form the bulk of their practice. There seems to be no ques tion hut what, in the near future there will be a great great exodus from the city attorneys which will tend to aile viate the abnormal condition. The attorneys practicing in this city are as follows: The tinry II. V. Call. Attorneys. C. W. Rennollett. Edgar J. Hall. F. T. Fetterr. Clyde Hunter. W. F. Hodges. C. V. RIdgley. Harvey J. Curtis. G. S. W id holm. M. B. Slick. Joseph W. Gilles. H. F. McCracken. I L. Bomberger. Gustave Heart. Emmet X. White. Fred Seabrlght. R. E. O'Connor. X. A. Beck. J. T. Wachowski. John Lydlck. Frank J. Sheehan. Charles Flagg. George I). Bardon. Wm. H. Fitzgerald. George H. Manlove.Ora L. Wildermuth Albert C. Carver. Jonas O. Hoover. Hugh E. Corbett. F. L. Welshelmer. Harry W. Guipe. John Fox. W. M. Dunn. C. O. Sefton. R. E. Houren. Arthury Carnduff. Arthur Freer, Leo Callaghan. John W. Wake. John L. O'Donnel. J. Glenn Harris. Clarence Breteh. M. E. Galllon. A. F. Knotts. FEAST ATJHE ISLAND Crown Point. Ind.. Aug. 1. (Special) A party composed of Sheriff Carter, John Horst, John Wilson and Guy I). Clark, accompanied by the following Chicago citizens, Frank Reppato, house detective at the Auditorium; P. A. Southgate, whose father owns that hos telry, and Louis Houseman, the well known prize fight promoter, toured to Jtrry's Island on the Kankakee river yesterday and enjoyed the day in fish Jrg. The edibles prepared by the the auditorium chef were one of the or dinary fare usually served at the river and those fortunate to be of the party report a good time. A Difficult Job. It's mighty hard for a girl to get sen timental with a man who has just lost bis job. Atlanta Journal. SOUTH CHICAGO'S TAX LIST IS OUT Illinois Steel Valued at Company $1,980,000, is Same as Last Year. SOME FIND THEMSELVES RICH Big Figures Are Little Changed Compared With Former Valu tions No Kick So Far. The tax lists for the Eighth and Thirty-third wards are out, very much out. In most cases the lists are re prints of last year's valuations and preceding years'. Some, however. awoke to find themselves rich on the ta?c lists. The Illinois Steel company leads the Eighth ward list with a valuation of tl.9SiO.000. the same as last year. If one tenth of the additions that have been made recently were to be con sidered the sum would be well In excess of two mollions. The Wisconsin Steel & Iron company and the property of the South Chicago City Railway company are each listed at $500,000. The Grand Crossing Tack company, the Iroquois :-teel company, the different elevators and others figure urominently. Following Is a partial list of the Eighth ward tax valuations, others will follow during Intervals next week: First District. A. NV. Rolklev, 7154 Euclid ave.t 000 W. E.Coiburn. 7306 Bond ave 00 00 A. C. Clark, 7137 Euclid W. II. Pielz, 7402 Cornell J. IT. Jones. 7638 Bond ave.... W. O. Jennings, 7217 Jefferv... G F. Klingman. 7210 Euclid... T. Mohr. 7307 Bond 000 500 005 500 000 I). S. Mathias. 734n Bond 2.500 15,000 O. W. Mass, 7217 Merrill.... Parker Washington Co., and Crieger J. Paddleford. 7200 Euclid J. .1. Buel Wrecking Co.. ?3d 2.000 4,000 5,000 2.5000 7.500 3,000 3,000 T.nnn 5,000 3,450 r337 Jackson Park ave C. F. Swan, 725 Jeffrey ave... S. C. Saver, 7205 Jeffrey ave. Second District. F. Conbov, 132 10th pi A Kirchbaum. 198 E. Slst st Manhattan Lumber Co., 8333 Commercial ave G. H. Meyer. E. 77th pi Sieffers & Lassers sir -9 Su- perlor ave Tljircl District. M II. Ellguth, S700 Commercial ave 4.fi50 25,000 ,9S0,000 IT. Heinsen. S92C Exchange. Illinois Steel Co. Ss9th and the Strand 1 Illinois Imp. Co.. S810-14 Mack inaw 10.000 i F. Semraw, 727 Commercial.. Scharback Lumber Co., 8Sth 2.000 10,700 and Erie SUICIDES WHEN JILTED Rensselaer Young Man Com mits Terrible Crime Yesterday. Rensselaer. Ind., Aug. 1. A body terribly mutilated was picked up yes terday alongside the Motion railroad tracks, east of this city, and while it could not be recognized by appear ances, still It was luenuneu oy me clothing, and a gold watch found near the track, as that of John Yates., son of I. N. Yates of this place. Develop ments since the identification point conclusively to suicide. iates was 20 years of age and he moved in the best society. He was a clerk in a store here and was regarded as the Beau Brummel of the city in dress. Iast evening he called on Miss Georgia Harris, daughter of E. T. Har ris, with whom he had been keeping company for more than a year, and she upbraided him for some recent al leged bad conduct and Informed him she would not go with him longer. He told her he was in trouble and that he intended to leave and that she would never see him again. Fearing that he meant to commit suicide, the young woman tried to detain him until after the 11:04 o'clock train had passed, but shortly before it was due he has tened from the house, going toward the railway station. It is thought he must have thrown himself full length on the track. Because of the prominence of the families and the popularity of the young man, the incident has shocked the entire community. Higher Courts' Record SUPREME COl'RT MINUTES. 212S;. Indiana, brief. 2 1 2 S 5. state ex Clark C. 212 51. John F. Curies He ward C. C. vs. state of Appellant's James X. Teeple. trustee, vs. rel.. John W. Brown et al. C. Appelle's brief. Evansville & Terre Hadte Railroad company vs. Henry W. Brendt. administrator. Posey C. C. Appellee's brief. APPELLATE COURT MIXUTES. 6751. Austin F. Bradley et al. vs. Jacob H. Harter. Madison S. C. Ap pelee's brief. tiSt. State ex rel. Jere Drudge vs. A. Cinton, Pavisson, county surveyor. Fulton C. C. Appellants' petition for time. 627$. Mitchelltree school township of Martin county vs. Magnus J. Carnahan et al. Lawrence C. C. Appellant's pe tition to transfer to supreme court. 6S10. Indianapolis Traction and Terminal company et al. vs. William X. Springer, by next friend. Hancock C. C. Appearance of appellee. Joinder in error and agreement for submission. NEW MARRIAGE LICENSES. j Charles Dyckman. Lucia McCabe, I Chicago; Ferdinand G. Horle, Milwau kee, Myrtle Hurless, Chicago; Harry M. Renson, Martha Sfland, Chicago; Carl Lindberg, Emma Bastron, Chicago; John Wendte, Catherine Skecabach, Gary; Julius Glovacke, Anna Aztandek, .East. ChlfjLfTL BIG D1TGH WILL BE RUN 1 Farmers in Calumet Town ship See Dream of Years About to Be Realized. GARY FACTOR IN BECUMTION Little Calumet Eiver Will Be Dug Through to Lake Michi gan Soon. The great $200,000 ditch which is ex pected to drain the headwaters of the Calumet river into Lake Michigan and make available for farming purposes hundreds of acres of land which have heretofore been annually submerged by the spring freshets, now seems sure of realization. The great obstacle which has been in the way of the working out of the plan has been the opposition of the members of the Tolleston Gun club, who own thousands of acres of land in the vicinity. The building of Garv is the only rea son why they have acquiesed to the ar rangement. Before Gary was thought of it appeared to the members of the club that they would be undisturbed in the posesslon of their splendid hunt ing grounds. Gary Changed All. When Gary came and the whole ter ritory roundabouts was invaded by thousands of people it was soon seen that it would destroy the value of the land for bunting purposes. The land was also greatly Increased in value and would be worth millions more if it could be converted into tillable land. The members of the gun club took these things Into considera tion and finally agreed to the plan to drain the marsh. The plan for the draining of the ter ritory is to cut a ditch from Deep river, at a point five miles east of Broadway In Gary, to the Little Calumet river. Then from the Little Calumet river at a point three miles east of the first ditch or eight miles east of Gary an other ditch will be dug In a north easterly direction to Lake Michigan, where the waters of the Little Calumet river will be emptied. Knotts In Interviewed. Mayor Tom Knotts of Gary, who Is deeply interested in the project, and has been on the inside during the progress of the negotiations nail uie i following to say regarding the project. "When the big ditch is completed it will drain the Little Calumet river and Deep river to an extent that will re di.ce them to nothing but deep ditches and all of these thousands of acres which are in the upper basin of the Little Calumet river will be perfectly drained and will be cultivated and made Into farms." "There will be developed the great est farming and truck gardening re gion in the world and the wealth which will be added to the county will be inestimable." "The ditch is to be over 100 feet wide, deep enough to carry away the water which is brought down by the river and will cost $100,000 to build. It will divert all of the water of the upper basin of the Little Calumet and Peep rivers into the lake and ail that the old channel of the Little Calumet river will have to do is to cary off the water which is carried in by the Hart ditch." "The project is one of the most im portant that has ever been undertaken in th.is part of the state and after the ditch is completed the owners of farms along the Little Ca'umet river will no longer be bothered with high water." "It means a great deal to Gary for the reason that the new steel city will have a territory right at its very back door where its garden produce and farm I supplies can be raised. It means that i thousands of acres of hitherto value less land In Lake county will become valuable and the productiveness of the county will be increased by that much." There Is now practically no opposi tion to the plan. All of the property owners In the territory over which the assessment will be spread have agreed to the plan with the exception of one railroad and it will either be brought to see the benefit or its objection will be overiden by the majority. Many of the people of Gary who own property on the extreme south side of Garv look upon the building of the new ditch as a great boom not only to the farmers In the vicinity but to the owners of property in the south side residential districts. The plan has been fathered and car ried into execution hy Handel Burns, a son-in-law of John H. dough, who owns a large amount of land southwest of Gary Articles of Incorporation. Artcles of incorporation have been filed at the office of the secretary of state for the following companies: Warde L. Mack company, South Bend; capital. $10,000; to buy and sell bonds; directors. Warde L. Mack. Marsena G. Mack and Edgar F. Johnston. Index Publishing company capital. $5,000; incorporators, II. Galllon, Marshall E. Gallion , Gary; Charles and Ar- thur Banta. all of Chicago. Notice of change of name from the Mertz-Neumann company to J. Neau mann Hardware company; action in Tippecanoe circuit court. South Bend Construction company, of Ohio; capital $5,000, all represented in Indiana; to build railroads, power houses, etc.; Indiana office at Michigan City; II. W. Wallace, agent. Dcware ot loucmness. Touchiness is one of the unpardon able sins. It springs from so-lf love. Don't care a rap what folk? say as bilf of them don't think BOUGH THE TIMES. tocks. Grain and Latest Events in the Markets PROVISIONS YORK STOCK MARKET Open High Low Close Atchison ! 't s7 Am Sugar. . 132a4 132, 13i 132 Am Car 40 40 39 39 Am Copper.. 78'i 7S4 77 7i Am Smelt.. 90 i0 M9 V.' Anaconda . . 4SU 4SV4 4 7' 4S & 0 92g 2Ms '- 2'i Brook R T. . 5lr, 53 51 r' 52 " Chcs & O... 438 43i 4 3 '4 43- O K & 1 32 338 32 7 Canad Pac..l74U 174 173 17:1'- Erie com 24 Ts 24 24 ' 24 U Grt North. .137 .4 137"3 137 1374 111 Central. .142 1434 1 425 143S, L& Xash...l094 1091. pj'ti, lay' M K & T cm 317s 317s 31 312 Mis i'ac... 57 5S 57 5, 'a Xat Lead... 72 7S 75 "2 : 7 5 X Y Centrall 0 4 10SS 10s 10s-s No. Pacific. .142 142:tg 141; 141;i (int & W... 42 U 4L'i8 42 ' 42 V. Peoples Gas. 94 U 94 94 ' 94 8 IVnnsvl. ...125,, 124 12o 1 20 V Reading ...122V4 123n 122 123 R I & S 21 21 21 21 Do pfd... 74 Vi 74a 7.':-4 713 Rock Isl cm 17'8 18 177 1 7 78 Do pfd... 33 34is 33a4 33a4 So. Pacific. 93 V4 93 Va 92 7 93 St. Paul 1 42 1 427b 141-8 141 I n. Pacific. .155 V4 150 154 155 U S Steel... 45 45 45 45 Do pfd... 109 109 10$ "fc 109 Total sales, 476,300. I J A K STATE JIKXT. Reserve Inc. Reserve, less U. S Inc. Loans Inc. Specie Inc. Legals i . . . . Dec. Deposits Inc. Circulation Inc. $2,567 2,562.25 2,309.500 4.702,500 531,000 6.413.000 61,600 GRAIN AND PROVISION MARKET Open Higi Wheat Sept ..90- Low Close Close 92- 94 9S 75 63- 62 b 92 94 9S 90- 92 96 74 02 61 le 92 1 S - May ( rn Sept I )ec. May .96- .74- . .62- .61- . .44 . .44- . .46 . .1590 . .1595 7 5 6 3 63 45. 45 47 1595 1600 9R0 970 912 917 Oats Sept . Ieo. . May . l'ork Sept . Oct. . I.urd Sept . Oct. . 44 44 46 ?5 45 '4 467f -47 15S2 1587 952 962 90 5 : 1 2 1 5S5 -90 1592 .957 .967 955 962-65 Rila Sept ..907 Oct. ..915 905-O' 615s H. S. Voorheis, Broker In Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provisions, Cotton and otlier Securirt'es. Stock Quo tations Received by Ticker Service. Direct Wires to Chicago and the East. ROOM 414 HAMMOVD ELD t rt-.ons 3641 TK.1 3-'llH'illl GRAIN MARKET. Chicago. Aug. 1. Carlots today Wheat, 233. 131. 206; corn, 14o. 22, 132 oats. 13:, 26, 130. Chicago, Aug. 1. Estimates Monday Wheat. 374 cars; corn. 15 cars; oats 173 cars. Chicago, Aug. 1. Clearances today- Wheat and flour, 636,000 bu; corn, u.ooo bu; oats, 1,000 bu. Prlmnry Markets. R CejptS. . 1.023. 000 . I.073.0O0 . 961.01)0 . 377.O00 277.OO0 . 326.000 Ship Wheat, today S49.00O 4 32,000 356,000 iist week . Last year . . rn. today Last week lfist year . . 2 t.oo 1 SI. 000 4S2.0I Northwest Cars. 1st wk 47 205 221 This wk Duluth 5s Minneapolis .107 Chicago 233 Last Y 13 Southwestern Markets Wheat. Receipts. Minneapolis, today . .113.000 Iast v.-ar 1 39.000 St. Iniis. today 1 27.000 Last vear 2H0,0oi) Kansas'City, today. . .299.000 Iust year lKO.OoO Shi 3 j.Oi 63.HIIO S3. 000 S5.000 226.000 22,000 PKOOl'CK MARKETS. Butter Receipts, 9.6 1'. ery. extra. 20c; price to 23c; prints, 24c; extra tubs; retail cream- dealers. firsts. l'J tirsts, 19c; seconds, ISc; dairies, extra, 19c; firsts, ISc; seconds. 17e; ladles. No. 1, 1 7 tc; packing stock. Hi ic. Eggs Receipts, 6.600 cases; miscel laneous lots, cases returned, 14',c; cases included, 1 4 'j fri 1 fc; ordinary firsts, 1 6 c ; tirsts, whltewood cases and must be 40 per lent fresh. 17 ' c ; prime (lists, packed in new whitewood cases and must be 6n p.-r cent fr.-sh. 20c; extra, specially packed for the citv trade and must be Mj per cent fresh. 21 lie New potatoes Receipts, 26 cars; choice to fancy, 80'i(S2c; fair to good, 7 5 it 7 5c. Sweet potatoes Virginias, $6.00 per brl. Veal Quotations for calves in good order were as follows: 50 to 60 lb weights, 6U7c: 60 to bO lbs, 7faSc; 80 to 100 lbs, M i'Ofcc. Pressed beef No. 1 ribs, ISc; No. 1 loins, ltc; Xo. 1 round. 11c; No. 1 chuck, 7c; No. 1 plate. 6c. Live poultry Turkeys, per lb. 14c; chickens, fowls. 12c; springs. 1 6 ? 1 7t-; roosters, 6V2C; geese, $4.006.00; ducks. 9 it l 1 c. California green fruit Plums, S."c ra $1.30 per crate; nectarines. 85-fa $1.00 per crate; peaches. 95Cu$1.10 per box: pears. $1.75'1.90 per box; grapes, $1.00 ffi'1.7 5 per crate. Fruit Apples, $1,0013.75 per brl; 50c Ti $2. On per bu; new apples. 25C$1.00 per bu; bananas, jumbo,- per bunch, $1.00; straight. $ 1.1 5 'n 1.40 ; culls. 9oeti $1.15; bouquets. 70fi90c: lemons. $2.50 3.7 5 ;oranges. $3.50 '1 4.50 ; pineapples. $1 .01.1 1; 2.50 per crate; peaches. 25c Gr $2.0i$ p,-r crate; 10'r20c per 1-5 bu bas ket; grapes. 20 (ft 25c per S-lb basket; pears, ooc 'a $1.00 per bu. Berries Cherries, per 16-qt case. $1.60fr 1.60; blackberries. 16-cjt case, $1.00 1.25; blueberries. $1. 25ft 1.60 per 16-qt case; raspberries. v, $1.50': 1.75 per 24-pt case; niacit, ji.oo'il.io per 16-qt case; currants, per 16-qt case, $l.O01.25. Beans Pea beans. hand picked, choice, $2.50 2.54 : common. $.( 2.40; red kidney. $1.70; lower grades, depending on quality. $ 1 .25 'a 1.50 ; brown Swedish. $2.152.23; off grades. $L25ft 1.50; limas, California, per 100 lbs. $5.62. Melons Gems, 65cQ$1.00 per crate; R-ockyfords, California, standard, crates, Special Wire to The TIMES $1.75fli o.0f: pony. $1.50 fi 2.00 ; water melons, $200. 00 (i 235.00 per car. Green vegetables Beets, 50750 per box; cabbage. 50efa $l,00 per crate; ear rots. 5o ''(75c per box; cauliflower. 25c 'u $1.00 per box; celery, lac 'a $l.tt per box; cucumbers. 20 Si 30e per box; gar lic, 7c per lb; green onions. 4 t;5c per bunch; green peas, 75cft$l.00 per bu; horseradish, GUc per bunch: lettuce, h. ad, tub. 30 '!i50c; leaf. tub. 25 rustic; mushrooms. 40 60c per lb; peppers. 75c per ciate; parsley, 10c per doz:pie plant, 15?!lSe per bunch; radishes, home grown, $1.00 per 100; string beans, green. fiOc per bu; wax, 60c per box; onions, 75c per bu; spinach, 40c per tub; sweet corn, so 'a uuc per suck; tomatoes, Sjfii i ;ic per crate; turnips, tio a 75c per sack; watercress, Zo'ii 'ooc per basket. LIVE STOCK MARKET. I'nion Stock Yards. Aug. 1. Hog re ceipts. 7,0i0 head; left over. 2.000 head: market no higher. Light, $b.30 ( h.9 . ; mixed. $6.40 'o 7.10; heavy, $6.35i7.1' r ough. $6.35'i fi.oS. Cattle receipts. 300; market steady. Sheep receipts, 3,0oo; market steady. Hogs . .5,01)0 . .4,000 Cattle 100 200 Sheep 500 )maha .... Kansas City I'nion Stock Yards. Aug. 1. Hogs lose 5'(j 10c lower: estimated Monday, 32,000 head. Light, $6.30 fa 6.9o ; mix- d and heavy, $6.35J(7.05; rough, $6.30 !'. 6.50. Cattle and sheep steady. HEARD ON THE BOURSE. We stil think the conditions favor the bull side of wheat for a long pull. and continue to advise buying on good breaks. White It will require morel) lack rust reports to advance the wheat mar ket and the tenor of the reports from reliable sources was of an aptlmistic character. Pringle We believe the wheat mar ket was pretty well cleaned up yes terday and advise buying at around present prices. aBrtlett The situation is apt to look different today, particularly if temperature continues high and there is no rain. Ware & Leland We regard the sit uation of wheat in a bullish list and would favor the buying side for a long pull. Brown Crop news continues good ind all conditions seem to favor a con tinuation of yesterday's stock market course. Miller The known factors makes, in our opinion, tor a materially mgner stock market. Financial Bureau For the present stocks should be bought on all little set-backs in all departments. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS HAMMOND. Lots 12 and 13. block 4. Fogg & Hammond's addition. Joseph W. Dunsing to Clara Enos Weed $ SCHERERVILLE. Lot 6. block 4, Kraricisea Seherer to Charles Tavlor Li V ER1' OL HEIGHTS. Lot 22. block 3, Matthais' addi dlion. New Chicago Real Estate & Investment Co. to Carrie An derson Lot 2 1. block 3. Matthais' addi tion. New Chicago Real Estate & investment Co. to Eric Lund quist It 25. block 3, Matthais' addi tion. New Chicago Real Estate X: Investment Co. to Albeit Lundquist GARY. Ixts 1 and 2. Randall's addition, Henrietta J. Randall to Edward Morris ' TO LESTi X. Lots 39 and 40. block 11, C. T. L. AL- I. Co.'s sixth addition. Frank X. Gavit to Mrs. Ohnia Chambers CROWN POINT. It 39, Hoffman's addition, John X. Beckman to Roscoe D. Chaf fee Iit 39. Hoffman's addition. Ros Coe P. Chaffee to Katherina Berg Part E SW f.-34-s, A ra belie Wheeler to Euceba II. Shermar INDIANA HARBOR. Lot 2 1, block 61, Alphonse Sir- 150 50 .000 900 700 lin to John A. Carlson Lot 24. block 61. John A. Carlson to Elizabeth Sirlln Part lots 1 and 2. block 53, Charles E. Towle to John R. Farovid CHICAGO, LAKE SHORE & SOUTH BEND RAILWAY COMPANY Vklll o?M-r;ite hot-ween Gary and Ilnm 1110111I. cmuiiencinK August 1. t nrs lcuve Hammond for Enst Chicago, In diana Harbor and Gary nt fi30 a. and every half Iionr until 11:30 p, Curs leave Gary for Indiana Hnrhor, East Chicago and Hammond from n. ni. to s a. m. half hourly. rom p. m. to 7:30 p. 111.. halt hourly PYTEIANS INVADE BOSTON. Boston, Mass., Aug. 1. Boston has capitulated to an Invading force of 10.000 uniformed Knights of Pythias, who gathered here for the twenty-fifth biennial national encampment of the order. Arrangements for the enter tainment of the thousands of visitors have been in progress for months past and todav the finishing touches were ,rt,cr to the nrocram The entire busi " ' 1 ' " - orated with the national colors ana emblems of the order. More Biame tor rrrre. You seldom see a man so honest that he says to his wife: "Where did I leave my hat?" He usually says: "Where did you put it?" CLASSIFIED NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. All want ads must be paid for with order or before paper is J Issued unless you carry an ac count with The Times. lie rate 10 cents per day for a want ad is so low that it makes the proposition a losing one when a collector ha3 to be sent several miles to collect ten cents. 1IALE UEI P WAJiTEft WANTED Salesman to represent a large concern, to sell local also to travel; salary and expenses paid; ex perience not necessary, we will train you so you can cam a large salary; splendid opportunity; strictly business oniv; all applications by mail only. Geo. Pewitt Clinton, 1513 Heyworth Bldg., Chicago. 29-6 WANTED Men to $5 a day; C. M. Benson I cago. for the west, from $2 cheap car fare. Call ;3u So. Clark St.. Chi-22-lm WANTED Men who need a good ad vertising medium and who will let us show them that The Times Is that medium. tf FEMALE HELP WASTED. WANT I: Apply Girl for general housework. 647 Summer street. 1-3 WANTED 50 experienced salesladies, corner 9Sth and Buffalo. 31-2 B. Barancik. WANTED Reliable woman or girl; references reouiied: steady position. M-57. Lake Countv Times. 3-2 WANTED Business girl or woman; good references required; steady em ployment to right party. Box M-75. Iike County Times. 30-2 WANTED Experienced operators on muslin underwear; steady work, good pay. Apply to II. M. Eaber. Spe cialty Muslin Underwear Co., 135 Condit street. IS WANTED Good girl housework. Apply 366 man street. for general South Hoh-10-tf FOR BALK. FOR SALE Boy s spotted Arabian sad dle pony. Call S952 Houston avenue, South Chicago, 111. 1-5 FOR SALE Model Home bakery and lunch room; cheap if taken at once; good trade and reason for selling. 267 S. Hohnian. 31 -tf FOR SALE Buggie, harnesses, good loose timothy hay, $12 pr ton, horses, mules and eordwood. Hammond Horse Market, 396 Calumet avenue. 31-4 WANTED Every reader of tho Times who has no home and would like a little truck farm from 10 to 40 acres, we will furnish you such; one-half of crops until paid fur; get a home. West Prairie Land & Stock Co., Rensselaer, Ind. 17-tf FOR SAL.E Two farms; one in Mer rill ville and one near Griffith, be longing to John and Elizabeth Weis' estate. Inquire of administrator, Mi chael Grimmer, Crown Point. 27-6 FOR SALE A snap for some one look ing for a grocery and market; main corner in town; you cant lose by in- estiiig. 1 have other business to take care ot. Call or write to W in. Rose, Hegewisch; pnone 261. 27-5 OR SALE Cheap, two buildings in Gary tl6x2 1 and 8x16), located on Adams street, between 9th and 10th. Apply to Haas & Hilton Co., 213 East Randolph St., Chicago, or 91S7 South Chicago avenue. South Chicago. 27-6 FOR SALE Choice cottages and lots in best location in city; cash or easy payments. Phone 3244 or call 213 Ann street after 5 oe'lock in the evening. 16-tf FOR SALE Practically new safe. cheap; J. Bau:n Safe & Lock Co. m-'.ke. Address Safe, Times. 26-tI FOK HEXT. FOR RENT One nice light furnished front bedroom. Apply ut 11 West State street. 1-1 FOR REXT Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call at 2S4 Plum- r.ier avenue; pnone ,. i. i-i FOR RENT hire at -Seven room Hat. 147 Douglas. upstairs. 1-2 In. FOR REXT -One ) good East ood bus 'hie, store iness. fgo. good lo 4715 Ol-31-3 cation for (MUt avenue. FOR REXT lour room cottage. .21 I'lummer avenue, xii iuire iu I luiu- mer avenue. .ii-o FOR REXT I East Clinton 'our large st reet. rooms. 17S 30-3 FOR REXT A nice clean s:x cotlage. Phone, 3203 or call room 301 29-tf Chicago avenue. FOR REXT Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. In quire 277 Michigan avenue. 20-tf 25-tf FOR REXT Two nicely furnished front rooms, with heat and bath, in the O'Brien Hhig.. corner Penii. and Mich, avenue, phone 3o4. 23-tf FOR REXT lirge .furnished front room; suitable for one or two gent lemen; modern conveniences. Apply 9 Rimbacli avenue; phone 447 1. 21-tf FOR REXT Space at your disposal, any kind of a three a nig lit. in these columns Try a want ad. try liner for ten cents FOR RENT Places in department for you. night. Do you want to Try It. this want ad ten cents a make money? tf FOR RENT 14 room steam heated flat; eight rooms furnished; suitable for boarding and rooming house. For particulars address J. S., Times. 22-2w LOST A.D FOIXD LOST Black book, gilt edg s, called a millia rd, oak- station, to 'linos 31-2 Science and Health: ;iio tut'e. pin, between 1 1 !i u i:i n Ml ley, Russell and Lake Shor this morning. Finder return office. FOl'ND Large red cow. i.l.out 12 yea rs old. Owner may have same by call ing at home of Richard Pe Groot, one mile south of Highlands, ind.. and paving 1 xper.ses, or address Ind., it. R. No. 1. Griftilh. STOLEN From my barn, bay pa mare; brass trimimd harness rubber tire,l buggy; reward off Andrew Healy. 15o Douglas St. ii.g and LOST- Bunch of keys with owner s name on ring. Finder pitase leave at Times otice and reeeive reward. 23- WAXTEIJ TO BUY. - ANTED To 1 ;y second ; highest stre.-t. hand blcy cash prices 29-tf I paid. 304 S.bo y me - WANTED To like to trad" me nt. Address buy a cottage; would in a lot as parr r-ay-S., Lake County Times. 30-3 WANTED TO ItENT. WANTED To rent five or six room cottage near the center of city; lease given f desirable; three in family. Address E. A. P., care Times. 24-tf S WANT ADS. BARTER AND EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE What have you to exchange for paper and bans'" Address R. I.. Times. 25 FOR EXCHANGE A tuba horn for poultry; also a gas heating stove t. r poultry. Address M. P., Luiie. County Times. i KOfi EXCHANGE Auto. horse an! buggy, motorcycle or piano in pi t payment for a home. Address L. L. Times. 1 PERSON ALS. PERSONAL Mrs. Mac MUlan. repi seining the Marvin Chemical Co. Chicago, will he at O Keefe's hot. 119th street. Whiting. Monday. Aug. from 2 till 5 and will be pleased display the complete line of Mode Medico Cosmetics ami ladies sp. o ties. A cordial invitation is exteti 1 to all married ladies. 1 t 1 MISCEI.LANKOl S. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY CAN PUT you in a profit paying business j.-il will not keep you from your prestnt position, placing you where you cti make from $100 to $3oO per month wr.u a very little investment; strictly coa- ntential. Address 1'. C, Lake Cou i ty Times. 2-o NOTICES. To Whom It May Concern: My wife. Mattie V. Brooks, has Irft my bed and board and I wish to s-r notice that 1 will not be responsii i.; for any debts contracted by her in re name. 31.-J F. II. BROOKS. Griffith. Ind. NOTICE, be received School Citv Bids wiil Trustees of by Board of of Hammoi i. Indiana, on construction of cem sidewalk at Wallace school buildir Walk to be constructed according city engineer's specifications. t l.oarii reserves the right to rej t any o- all bids. Bids must be in ha., of secretary not later than 5 p. m. A gust 11, 190S. J. G. I BACH, Secretary. NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF PRIM A RE ASSESSMENT ROLL. Notice is hereby given that on J . : y 21. 1908. the Board of Trustees of l . Town of Gary adopted the primary as sessment roll for the improvement 1.; Adams street, section I. a public ftre I of said town, from the south line ef 9th avenue to the north line of t u right of way of the Garv & Wex;,- ; R. R. Co.. by the following stre;-: loth avenue, 11th avenue, 12th avenue, 13th avenue. 14th avenue, 15th averi.,.. 16th avenue, 17th avenue, lsth gvcii 1 and 19th avenue; that Washingi m . street Is the first street cast of and parallel to said Jefferson street fl Monroe street Is the first street w. -t of and parallel thereto, which stret .j are crossed by said intersecting am- nues. Said assessment roll contains th names of owners and descriptions ( property, subject to assessment for said improvement, together with t le amount of prima facie assessment on each lot or parcel of land subject :o assessment, and may be seen at t' e office of the Board of Trustees at 77J Broadway in said town. The board will at their regular meet ing on August 4, 190S, at 2 p. m., re ceive and hear remonstrances again-1 the amounts of the several assess ments of said roll, and will take fin. I action thereon, and either sustain ir modify In whole or in part, the r -spectlve prima facie assessments oa said roll. THOMAS E. KNOTTS. MILLARD E. CALDWELL, JOHN E. SEARS. Board of Trustees of the Town of Garv. Lake County, Indiana. Attest: C. O. HOLMES, Clerk. 2 5 Ever Notice It? The woman who is ambitious to be come a society leader begins by lead ing her husband around by the nose. icago News. Our Ktthod of advancing mon ey on Pianos, Furniture. Horses, Wagons, eta, will interest you. We will treat your inquiry as strictly confidential. Our rates are more satisfactory than those In South Chicago. HAMMOND LOAN & GUARANTEE CO. 145 BO. BOQUA1V STREET. Phono 157. Over Model Clothiers. Open evenings except Wednes days aha xnursaays. There Is Comfort WHEN A MAN'S SI.AUY STOrS Thrnnxh sleknrs, failure of Lis em ployer, or a sosfM-nnion of baninens. n ft-rl that yu have something; to fall bark 00 1m your hour of trouble. Put small amount each week in kit. lug In cool, reliable navlufi bank, like the Citizens' German National BaS 30 OXB DOLLAR ST ARTS iccor.vT. A SAVINGS Boat Equipped Repair Shop in the Slt Q. W. HVNTEB AUTOMOBILE GARAGE Compreseod Air FREE Bowser Gasoline System 1 JL UOHMA.N STREET Phone 122. Huehn Block. Hammond. Tnt HOWARD STEVENS, Open foi Contracts. Painting, Paper Hanging and Decorating. GRAIMXtt A SPEClAtTT. Mr Motto: Good Work. 183 State Line Street, Hammond j I Tel cd hone 1881. 5 lJB?i5f '