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IfEE TIMES,
Saturdav, Ausist 8, 1908.
tgHy OVER THE TEA CUPS
BIRTHDAV CLEBRATIOX.
The members of the Ruschll family In
Hammond and a few out-of-town rel
atives will celebrate Mr. Ruschli's
forty-ninth birthday anniversary to
morrow by going to Cedar lake for an
all-day's outing. The Hammond mem
bers of the party will leave for Crown
Point early in the day and drive from
there to the lake. The day will be
passed very pleasantly at the lake and
picnic luncheon will be served. Those
in the party will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Laws, Mr. and Mrs. JoRn Adank, Mrs.
Ruschll and daughter. Miss Louise, all
of Crown Point, Dr. Harry Laws and
Miss Margaret McManus of New York
city, who are visiting in Crown Point
this morning, Harry Morganeau and Mr.
and Mrs. John Ruschll and family of
Hammond.
LEAVES FOR LAFAYETTE.
Professor George A. Bohlinger, for
mer manager of the Hammond Chicago
business college, left this noon for La
fayette, where he will spend a few days
before going to St. Louis, where he
takes up a new position.
Flattering inducements have been of
fered the young man to go to St Louis
as manager of the stenography depart
ment ir the St. Louis business college.
He has made a contract for ten years
and has in all probability a life time
position if he desires it.
He has a host of friends in Hammond
who regret his absence from this city
and who wish him succes sin his new
position.
DOST LOOK "DrJtPV."
"No teacher, said Dr. Stanley Hall,
In hia recent able address at Winona,
"has any right to go into a school
room 'dumpy' and cross, for the chil
dren catch contagion, A child has the
right to be happy and should not be
subjected to the influence of a 'dumpy'
teacher." Similar doctrine might be
preached about everybody, in anybody's
presence, and it would be sound. No
one has the right to inflict his "dumps"
on another. The rule holds good in
families and communities. South Bend
Times.
EAGLES WILL ROOST AT SEATTLE.
Seattle, Wash., Aug. 7. The Grand
Aerie, Fraternal Order of Eagles, will
convene in this city, the birthplace of
the order, next Tuesday. The Judiciary
committee met yesterday and review
ed one thousand proposed amendments
offered by subordinate aeries, many of
which will be rejected. . The ritual
committee is considering a new ritual
which will be offered to the conven
tion. Frank Hering of South Eend
will be chosen grand worthy vice presi
dent. NORTH SIDE WEDDISO. .
Invitations are out for the coming
marriage of Miss Augusta Tangerman,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tan
german, 848 Hickory St., and Mr. Irwin
Roseman. The wedding will take place
August 19, at the home of the bride's
parents. The ceremony will be very
simple and only the relatives and near
friends of the young couple will be
present. The young people are popular
on the North Side and have a large
circle of friends who wish them all
happiness.
ESTERTAIXS AT PARTY.
Mrs. Charles Roth entertained a
party of freinds very pleasantly Thurs
day evening at her home in Claude
street. The evening was passed with
Informal dancing and music after
which a dainty luncheon was served,
Among the guests were: Misses Cosey
Carry, Anna May Carry, Mayme Ream,
Mrs. Ream. Messrs. and Mesdames
Oliver Anderson, Huber and sons, Clar
ence and Raymond and Morris Hudson,
Gus. Laatch and daughters Pearl and
Delia Laatch and Mrs. Smith.
RETURN S WITH FRIEND.
Miss Catherine Switzer, who has
been visiting in Rochester for several
weeks returned home yesterday. She
was accompanied by her friend. Miss
Edna Taylor, who will spend a number
of days seeing Hammond and friends,
RETTRX TOMORROW.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A, Sherby and
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. C. Payne will return
to Hammond tomorrow from their
honeymoon spent on board their boat
"The Bonnie Amie." They have been
ciuising on Lake Michigan for the past
three weeks and have visited at Mich
igan City, St. Joe, Holland, Macawa
park, C?rand Haven and Saugautuck.
Hohman street returned this morning
from Milwaukee, to which place they
crossed the lake yesterday. They were
passengers on board tne wnaieoacn
Christopher Columbus, the story of
which Is told in another column, and
say that there were thousands of peo
ple on the docks when the C. C. came
in.
WILL BE ENTERTAINED.
Many Hammond Catholic Foresters
and Columbia League men will go to
Schererville next Sunday, where the
local lodges entertain them at a picnic.
Big preparations are being made by
the Schererville lodges for the day and
local lodge men will respond in large
numbers. The proceeds will be used
toward enlarging the parochial school
of the congregation.
WILL EX JOY OVTIXO.
About fifteen of the local telephone
operators will cross the lake to Michi
gan City tomorrow and spend the day.
They anticipate a very pleasant day's
outing.
DINNER AT THE AUDITORIUM.
Misses Grace Ducomb, Marie Stout,
Ethel Ebright and Idabell Daugherty
went to Chicago this afternoon where
they will meet friends and have din
ner at the Auditorium this evening.
To
Our Dear Friend
The Merchant:
MOONLIGHT DANCING PARTY.
Invitations have been received in
Hammond for a moonlight dancing
party to be given at Cedar lake, Tues
day evening. August 11. . Busses will
leave from Crown Point to Cedar lake
during the evening and it Is expected
that the affair will be one of the pleas
antist of the summer parties. A large
number of young people from Ham
mond and Crown Point will attend.
HAVE PICNIC TODAY.
The members of Triumph and Gol
den Rule Councils of the D. of L. are
holding their annual picnic today at
the lake front. Besides the Ham
mond guests there are several from
East Chicago and Whiting.
RETURNED FROM MILWAUKEE.
ATTENDS HOUSE PARTY.
Miss Mary Krost of Doty street has
gone to Greencastle, Ind., to be a guest
at a house party given by Miss Ruth
Baker, formerly teacher of German in
the Hammond high school. From there
Miss Krost will go to Danville to visit
Miss Plaster, a niece of Rev. H. M.
riaster of this city.
LEAVE FOR THE WEST.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Rothschild left to
day for the west where they will visit
Yelowstone park. On their return
home they will go to Mackinac and
meet Mrs. Blom of New York, a sister
of Mrs. Rothschild, who has often vis
ited here, and will remain there to
visit with her about two weeks.
HAVE CLASS PARTY.,
The young ladies of Mrs. BloomhofTs
Sunday school class of the First M. E.
church had a very pleasant party on
Thursday evening at the home of Miss
Eva Simcoke. About eighteen young
ladles were present and one guest,
Miss Sutherland of Toulon, 111 The
evening was enjoyably passed with var
ious games and music, after which a
dainty luncheon was served.
STAY AT 1 1 ARTS DA I.E.
Henry Prohl, Ward Childers ' and
Udoras Glffen, Wilbur and George Pow
ers and Jesse Dill will go to Harts
dale tomorrow and spend the day.
RETURNS FROM CANADA.
A. F. Truhm has returned from vis
iting his daughter at Winnipeg and
Manitoba, where he has spenti;thcee
weeks." Mr. Truh.m reports a very
pleasant trip and. expects to 'return in
the near future to the farm which he
purchased near Winnipeg.
LAFAYETTE GIRL HERE.
Miss Lahr -of Lafayette, Ind., Is the
guest of Miss Margaret Hepner at her
home in Plummer avenue for a few
weeks.
VISITS IN MICHIGAN.
Miss Ruth Porlier of Plummer are
nue left today for Jackson, Mich.,
where she will spend a few weeks
with relatives and friends.
BUSINESS VISITORS HERE.
G. R. Herkner, mayor of.Dowagiac,
Mich., and William Newton, also of
Dowaglac, were in Hammond, the
guests of Attorney H. A. Blxby, yes
terday. They came on business.
RETURN FROM VACATION.
The children of J. F. Younger, 425
Sibley street, have returned to Ham
mond from a vacation spent with their
grandparents in Boone and Hendricks
counties.
VISITS REI.ATIVES HERE.
Frank Berquist, a member of tht
Morgan Park Academy, was In Ham
mond Thursday, the. guest of his broth
er- Ernest Berquist, of Rimbach ave.
LEAVES ON VACATION .
Mrs. John C. Cameron will enjoy
two week's vacation from her duties
at Ruhstadt's store and will spend sev
eral days with relatives In Chicago.
Do you know how to sell goods?
Tour clerks, of course, know how to
tell goods when people call and ask
tor them.
Bat when people do not call and ask
for what they want and what you have
la stock, what then?
Let the people know what you hare.
Our columns are open to advertisers
with bargains who want to connect
with bargain hunters.
scriptions of patroling the grounds and
t-eping watch at the bridge.
VISIT AT NIAGARA FALLS.
Misses Etta Gastel and Gertrude
Price returned to Hammond last even
ing from the East where they spent
the past week at Niagara Falls and
Canada.
LEAVE ON A3TNUAL VACATION.
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Llnz, Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Turner and Mlsp Eleanor
Llna left this morning for their cottage
at Wall Lake, Mich,, where they will
pend the remainder of the Summer.
CONCLUDES VISIT.
Miss Julia Wall is expected home
this evening from a visit at Denver and
Colorado Springs. On her return home
rom the West Miss Wall stopped at
Monmouth, 111., for a few days visit
with rtlatlves' and friends.
VISITED Tire EAST.
Miss Cora- Seeberger was the guest
of friends In Hammond last evening
on iier return to her home in Crown
Point, after a few days' stay at Niaga
ra Falls and Buffalo, N. Y.
LEAVES FOR SUMMER OUTING.
Mrs. Thomas B. Brennan and child
ren of Rimbach avenue expect to leave
Monday for Plalnfleld, 111., where they
have a cotage at Electric Park. They
will remain there about three weeks.
LEAVE WINONA LAKE.
The delegation from Hammond to the
Boys' City at Winona lake will return
home Monday, after having spent a very
happy two weeks there. Letters to
friends here telling of their duties as
Mr. and Mrs. John Schwab of South citizens at the Boy City give vivid de
THE TIMES COOK BOOK
MARSHMALLOWS.
Dissolve two tablespoonfuls of granulated gelatine in eight table-
spoonfuls of cold water on a large platter; two cups granulated sugar
to ten tablespoonfuls boiling water; dissolve and boil without stirring
until it makes a soft ball in cold water. Now pour the boiling mixture
over the dissolved gelatine, beating all the time with a strong spoon;
continue to beat thirty minutes or until it looks &ry and stiff; pour
Into pan sprinkled with powdered sugar, sprinkle more sugar on top
pat down, cut Into squares when cool and set.
Stuffed Tomatoes Remove skins; take chicken, veal, even cold
4 beefsteak or any meat left over and put through the meat grinder,
season with fait and a dash of red pepper. Take one-third celery,
cut In small pieces, and two-thirds meat, mix with mayonnaise and fill
the tomatoes. - -
LEAVES FOR VACATION.
Miss Monta Underwood will go to her
home in Madison, Ind., for a few weeks
-.acatl.n. Shae wily be "present aV her
sister's wedding on August JL8--
PASSES THROUGH HAMMOND.
Martin Wald passed through Ham-
mend last eevning in his machine on his
way home to Chicago Heights after
vacation spent at Elkhardt lake.
Briefs.
visited in Chicago yesterday after
noon. I . :
Mr. Raluf of Chicago was in Ham
mond today on business.
Will Hutton was a visitor in Ham
mond today.- "V '
Phone 26" when your shoes need re
pairing. Quick Shoe Repair Works.
Mrs. George Randolph of Dolton, 111.,
is SDendinz- the day with friends in
Hammond.
Mrs. J. B. L .Hinds Is spending the
day in Chicago.
Miss Flynn of Plummer avenue is
spending the afternoon with relatives
in Englewood.
Misses Harned and N. E. Pickens of
Chicago will SDer.d Sunday with friends
Jin Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilman of East Chi
cago will visit in Hammond Sunday.
Miss Alma Provlnes of Chicago is ex
pected to be the guest of Miss Hattie
Holcraft of Hoffman street over Sun
day. Mrs. II. L. Williams Is spending a few
days with friends in Miller Station.
Miss Terry returned to her home In
Chicago Heights, 111., this morning after
a few days' visit with Mrs. Sherer and
family of South Hohman street.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Johnson will
be the guests of relatives in Chicago
Sunday.
Mrs. Mat Boney ' will' spend Sun
day in Chicago visiting friends ana
relatives.
Miss Gerlach of St John visited
ft lends in Hammond today.
Attorney E. D. Brandenburg was in
Crown Point yesterday on business.
Mr. and Mrs.. Ed Norton of Dolton,
111., will spend Sunday with relatives
in Hammond.
Miss Virginia Jacobson is spending
the afternoon in Chicago.
Miss Kenworthy, formerly of Ham
mond but now of Ravehswood, 111., is
spending a few days with friends here.
Frank Scheldt of Black Oak was in
Hammond today on business.
Frank Meyers , of Chicago transacted
business In Hammond today.
Harry K. White of Chicago will spend
Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P.
Reilley In South Hohman street.
Mrs. Ernest L Shortrldge and daugh
ter Ruth, of Crown Point, were the
euests of friends in Hammond for a
few days this week.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolter and
children went to Crown Point today to
visit relatives and .friends.
Why suffer with headache, consti
pation, stomach, kidney and liver
trobules when you can be relieved with
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. No
money unless benefited. . 35 cents, Tea
or Tablets. Negele, the druggist.
Miss Marie Hansen of Crown Point
will spend Sunday, in Hammond, the
guest of her mother; Mrs. Mary Han
sen of Rimbach avenue.
Miss Mable1 Sherby left this after
noon for Porter, Ind., where she will
remain until Monday, the guest of Miss
Eugenia Knotts.
Mr. arid Mrs. It 'Ttr Mentz of Wind
sor Park sre -xpeqed ,-to spend Sun
day"? with
home in Sibley sifef.t.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morrison of Eng
lewood will spend Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. Robinson afthelr home in State
street.
Roy Casey will spend Sunday with
friends in Chicago.
The Ginger Jar
Judge Tathlll's decision relative to the
nightie ought to furnish another bolt
for the Injunction plank during the
campaign.
It In up to Gary's city treasurer, L.
A. Bryan, now to form an "In Rd
Club."
Anton Tapper has just the right kind
of a porch in front of his new house
from which to deliver a speech of acceptance.
John L. Rohde has been delegated
to carry the glue from the Hammond
Democratic club to Lafayette, where
the state democratic league is to be
formed this month. John don't look
it, but looks don't count in politics.
If the "Mnrptaien" are stolen from
farmers south of town, wouldn't the
proper charge against the thieves be
kidnaping?
Ha! Now we know the name of
John E. Fitzgerald's chauffeur. And
it took the police a pretty long time
to find out that Fred Heintz usually
drives above the speed limit.
Eureka Camp, Modern Woodmen, has
presented Charley Heimbach with a
gold medal as a token of appreciation
of his work as lodge clerk. Well,
Hammond will give him a bouquet if
he ever gets that C, C. & L. depot.
The widening of State street is by no
means a dead issue, to hear George
Dobin discourse on the project.
After taking a straw vote, we find
that H. C, Green, resident manager of
the street car company has about the
meanest job in town.
"I want to see Laura Fay give me a
run for the money, instead of a , run
for my money," says Attorney Mc-Aleer.
POLICE COURT NEWS
Chance for a Burglar.
Officers Herman and Kunz found the
rear door , of the Hammond ' Cornice
works open last evening.
YOUR MONEY BACK
; Any time yon want it if you find bar goods un satisfactory.
BASTAR 6: McGARRY,
Diamonds, Watches and Jewelry
175 S. Hohman St. Hammond.
FINE WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING.
USE A OAS RANGE
and keep your Kitchen Cool
DURING AUGUST
the hot weather month.
South Shore Gas 6c Electric Co.
Phone 10. 147 S. Hohman St.
Another Wheel Stolen.
W. F. Hojnackl reports that he had
a wheel stolen from the hallway of his
home yesterday evening between S and
II o'clock.
Jdrs. eifwa Conroy t ' he)r
B nr. t rat mmt la la reels and nasi It in a blank book or a, aarS
tm dally wm
Mr. and Mrs. Xels Jacobson of Val
paraiso are expected to spend Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson of Calu
met avenue.
Attorney J. II. Conroy transacted
business in Chicago today.
A. T. Elkins of Eellwood, 111., was
in Hammond today on business.
Miss Nora Reilley will spend Sun
day in Chicago, the guest of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dudley are
spending the day visiting In Chicago.
Mrs. Phillip Miller of Sibley street
is visiting in Chicago today.
Miss Ruth Sohl has returned from
a few days visit with ner aunt, Mrs.
Eeall of Kenwood.
Miss Mable Ward Is spending the
day with friends in Chicago.
Miss Elizabeth Mettler is spending
the day visiting in Chicago.
Miss Muenlch of Ann street is vis
iting friends in Chicago today.
Raymond Knoft of Englewood, will
spend Sunday with friends in Hammond.
Mrs. O. C. E. Matthies and little
daughter returned home yesterday
from a few days' visit with Miss Marie
Hansen in Crown Point.
Makes assimilation perfect, healthy
blood, firm muscles, strong nerves,
clears the brain, makes and keeps you
well. Greatest remedy, Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Negele, the druggist.
Joseph Hack of Crown Point was
in Hammond last evening on business
matters with Undertaker Emmerling.
Mr. Hack Is overhauling Emmerling s
hearse and expects to have it com
pleted by the last of this month.
Undertaker Alvin Wild of Hobart and
his brother, Edward, of Crown Point,
were in Hammond last evening to visit
their mother on State street, who is
quite sick.
Miss Bessie Levi has gone to Chi
cago to attend a dancing party this
evening.
Miss Marie Underwood has returned
to her home in Woodlawn after a
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Lavene at their home in Truman ave
nue. Miss Du Prall has returned to her
home in Chicago after a few days'
visit with Miss Anna Nyhoft of State
street.
Mrs. E. A. Mee is the guest of friends
in Chicago this afternoon.
Mrs. Thomas Brennan Is spending the
afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Swift,
of Englewood.
Miss Annah Emery Is visiting with
friends in Chicago today.
T. Bland will spend Sunday with
friends in Chicago.
Mrs. George Schnurr of Lansing, 111.,
was a visitor in Hammond today.
Theodore Moor and J. W. Henderson
CHURCH
SERVICES
Christian Science Society will meet
Sunday morning at 10:45 in room 212
of the Hammond building for the reg
ular Sunday service. Sunday school
for children under twenty years of
age will be held Immediately follow
ing this service. The Wednesday even
ings are held in the Hammond build
ing at 7:45. The public is cordially in
vited to attend these services.
Eight Dogs Killed.
The police killed eight dogs yester
day and found many more which were
not muzzled, which they were unable
to kill on account of the danger of in
juring pedestrians. In one case a little
boy ran betwen the officer's gun and
his dog in an effort to save the life
of the pet. "
' BANKING SERVICES
Banks are becoming mora and more t&e custodians of the funds of tb
people, of both large and small means. This 1b due to a wider apprecia
tion of the value of banking service, as its usefulness Is extended and Its
methods become better known. In the case of
THE FIRST
NATIONAL, BANK
The Best
service ts assured. Its officers aim Inerery war to protect the Interests
of its patrons, making use of every means of precaution.
Its up-to-date system or accuracy, promptness ana me same carerui
attention to larre or small depositors, makes It a desirable place to keep
I your account It la a safe bank. It is a bank for all the people rich and
a ..
Vpoor, men, women ana eauarva.
' Shine Loses Gun. , -
Frank Shine's machine gun slipped
out of his hip . pocket when he was on a
Sixty-third' "street' car "yesterday. ' The
cut madia several Hpanafffiallj.- w-ent
tpihe arn before-tfc'e "shooting $rin
was fianlly discovered by a 14-year-old
boy who did not know what it was.
Bailiff Shine recovered his gun this
morning: Itis'a valuable weapon and
he is glad to get It back.
St. Pnul'a Lutheran church, 117 Clin
ton street. Theodore Olaus, pastor.
German services at 10 a. m.
Congregational meeting at 2:30 p. m.
In the evening, at 7:30, Rev. William
Mahler of Porto Alegre. Brazil, South
America, will deliver a lecture on mis
sionary work In South America.
Flrat Prenhyterian church. South
Hohman street. Rev. J. Eugene Snook,
pastor.
Sunday school at 10:30; Mr. H. H.
Henry, superintendent.
Second illustration talk to children
at 10:45. Theme: 'How and Why God
Takes Care of Girls and Boys."
Special music: Solo "Lead Kindly
Light," Miss Entsmlnge. Quartette
"God Will Take Care of You," four
boys.
Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday.
First MethotUxt F.pUcopnl church.
Rev. Wm. F. Switzer, pastor. Resi
dence, 117 Russell street.
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.; J. W.
Reed, superintendent.
Public worship and sermon at 10:43
a. m. Subject "Seeking first umngs,
First."
South Horriewood Sunday school at
3 o'clock.
Sunday school board at 6 p. m.
Epworth league service at 6:45 p. m.
Theme "Unselffishness for Christ's
Sake," Edna Switzer, leader.
Evening church service at 7:30 p. m.
Subject "Crises That Make or Un
make Life."
All are most cordially Invited to all
these services, especially strangers will
be wecomed.
FINE LQT OF NEW BOOKS
Mrs. Jennie Sawyer, librarian today
placed the second installment of new
books in fiction for adults and Juveniles
on the shelves.
lhe new list contains some of the
most interesting books of the year by
some of the best known authors.
The list for today Is subjoined:
Adult Fietlon.
jt tne root oi tne KainDow Porter
An Encore Deland
Katrina Gilson
The Way of A Man Hough
The Flock Austin
The Treasurer of Peyre Gaillard . Bennet
"Temporal Power" Corelli
Helena's Path Anthony Hope
The Shadow of the Housjp Strannik
With Juliet in England Richmond
The Stooping Lady ...Hewlett
Sadie ....Harrlman
A ailed In Phelps
Rosalind at Redgate Nicholson
The Radical Friedman
The Mayor of Troy Qulller Couch
The County Road Alice Brown
The Story of A Child In Old Chester
Deland
Listner's Lure Lucas
The Pass G. E. White
Deborah or Tod's
Mrs. Henry de la Pasture
Walking Gentleman.... Prior
Katherine of Culais. Posture
The Loves of Pelleas and Etarre..
Gale
Major Vigoureux Quiller Couch
Juvenile Fiction.
Hetty Wales Freshman Warde
Betty Wales Junior Warde
Betty Wales Sophomore Warde
Petty Wales Senior Warde
Winning His Way To West Point.
Malone
A Plebe at West Point Malon
A West Point Yearling Malon
On The Trail of Pontiac Stratmeye
The Young McKinley Butterworth
Brother Jonathan Butterworth
In The Morning Glow. Gilson
The Little Captain Ciprlan
My Friend Jim James
Beatrice Leigh at College Schwartz
1H THE SUPERIOR COURT
"ew Cawen.
4841. George E. Boone vs. Inland
Steel company. Plaintiff was injured
while dumping hot cinders on a pile
and asks judgment for $1,999 for burns
and injuries received.
4842. Stanislaw Grylewicz by his
next friend. Plaintiff asks 15,000 for
injuries received as a result of being
struck by the defendant's horses.
rr tot; dost take the ttjck
fFHTI
Lake County Title & Guarantee Co.
- ABSTRACTERS - -
. Abstracts Rurnlshod at .Nominal Rate
it. RJmQTT Preridentr? '"i rK
rxs-APtx ni.raia.KJnu, vice rre.
,J. S. BLACKMUN, Secretary
. A. H. TAPPER, Treasurer
S. A. CULVER, Manager
Secretary's Office In Majestic BIdg.
HAMMOND
HAMMOND AND
CROWN POINT, ESD.
THE HAMMOND
DiSTILLINO OO.
DAILY CAPACITY 35,000 GALLONS.
A OAYLIGJUOBBERY
Sneak Thieves Enter Home
and Rob It While Fam
ily is in the Yard.
(Special to The Times).
"Whiting. Ind.. Aug. 8. An unknown
person entered the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Greenwald in Sheridan ave
nue yesterday afternoon, and, not be
ing molested in their work, carried
away two rings, one being a valuable
diamond ring belonging to Mrs. Green
wald. The family was not away from home
but thinks the thief must have entered
their home through the front door
while they were sitting in the back
yard.
This is in the immediate vicinity of
where the two daylight robberies oc
curred about two weeks ago. As there
is positively no clew in either case the
matter is causing the police to sit up
and take notice.
Real Estate
BARGAINS.
7-'Room House, bath and hot water;
building new; lot 37y2
feet on Wilcox avenue.
50-Foot Lot on Wood street,
near Sibley
5 Lots on Calumet ave.,
near Interurban Line . .
$1800
S700
$1000
25-Foot Lots on Kane ave.,)!lfl
easy terms, each paCUU
27-Foot Corner Lot on
Hoffman street
$650
blin street,
$250
SERIOUS FIGHT WITH
SHOVELS AT E. CHICAGO
25-Foot Corner Lot on Gostlin street,
one-half block to Interur-
Line, easy term
We have a grreat number of lota alone
tae line of the elertrie railway, now
running between llohniaa atreet and
Gary, stopping at all irtreet croaalaaa.
Cara run every 30 mlnntea.
JAGOBSON'S AGENCY
412 Hammond BIdg
Hammond, Ind.
Office Phone 3642. Res. 2091.
PICNIC AT CEDAE LAKE.
The butcher and his family, and th
butcher's boy and his best girl, and
the groceryman and his family and hi
maid servant and his man servant, all
cut out work in Chicago yesterday and
held two big picnics. Practically all
the grocery stores and meat markets in
the city were closed during the entire
day, and because lots of people had
neglected to law In stocks of supplies,
the delicatessen stores had an excep
tional run of business. ' ,
The1 Chicago Grocers and Butchers'
association spent the' day at KUIotfs
park, while the North Side Retail Gro
cers and Butchers' association cele
brated at Monon park. Cedar LakeT
.East Chicago, Ind., Aug. 8. (Spe
cial.) Two Servians whose names
could not be learned got Into a fight
while they were unloading stone from
a car on the Michigan Central rail
road in East Chicago, at One Hundred
and Fifty-first street.
They went after each other with
shovels and one of the men was quite
severely injured. The men cracked
each other over the heads with the
blades of thes hovels, and It was
thought to be remarkable that one of
them was not killed.
The stone was to be used by the
Gary Construction company for the
paving of Forsyth avenue.
Anything Which benefits manktnd
Is a treasure to you and me.
What a wondrous blessing to us all
Is Hollister's Rock Mountain Tea,
jiegele, the druggist.
ET GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT 2
CHAS. ARKIIS
1-43 Mohman Street
PAONE2034. cSSt"
MAX. SCHMIDT
PLUMBING, SEWERAGE, STEAM AND
HOT WATER HEATING.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION.
270 S. Hohman St. Hammond, Ind.
Great Proof of Talents.
It Is a great proof of talents to bs
able to recall the mind from the
senses, and to separate thought from
habit. Clcert
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