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Saturday, "August 8, 1908.
5 THE TIMES. I HERE AND THEREIN THE CALI1ET REGION EAST GH Another Citizen Rescues a Friend From Lake Mich f ..igan's Waters. East CHldagt), Ilia., Aug. 8. (Special) East Chldago la rapidly acquiring a 'reputation as the home of heroes. Sid ney Veaco courageously jumped into the lake at Rome City and pulled out 'ft drowning hoy. Jack Evans showed his versatility at Ijake Front park by converting himself when the occasion requested it from a high class-mill mart into a skilled physician and setting a dislocated shoulder. Now Julius Nassau is occupying the limelight Thursday- Ruben Feinberg1, the East Chicago tailor, and Mr. Nassau went to Robertsdale, to enjoy a plunge in the lake and a fish dinner afterwards. MEN WANTED Car repairers for railroad company; good pay and steady work. Call at once. C M. Benson, 335 Clark street, Chicago. 8-8-tf. FOR SALE A six piece blrdseye ma ple bedroom suite. Apply or address C. A. Y., 7652 Coles avenue. South Chi cago. 3-3 FOR SALE- Boy's spotted Arabian sad- dle DOny. Call 8 its 2 Houston avenue. South Chicago III. 1-5 FOR RENT Store at 9220 Commercial avenue, 25x100 feet; steam heat; suit able for any legitimate business. Ap ply Washburn & Tiffany, 79th St. and Cheltpnhnrn placp; phone 937. 3-6 3V -.wow,. w . hi ' i GAGO f As a result of our $35,000 Sacrifice Sale of General Merchandise which started Saturday, Aug. 1, people from all parts of the Calumet District are taking; advantage of the tremendous reduction in prices of high grade goods. Do not wait until the last moment to get on the ground floor for the pick of the bargains. NO ODDS AND ENDS IN THE ENTIRE STOCK. GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. MOMPV DPPI rVJU1 After donning theif bathing suits the pair entered the water. There was something of a sea fun ning that day and consequently a few breakers near shore. Mf. Feinberg got in tip to his knees when a wave broke in front of him and few drops wet his face. Mr. Feinberg not being able to swim immediately became panic-stricken and called long and loud for help. Right there Was -where Mr. Nassau showed he possessed the kind of spirit that acturates heroes. With never a thought for his own safety he dashed courageously to the rescue (a distance of three feet), even getting the bottom of trunks wet in doing so, and extend ing his good right arm, our hero took Mr, Feinberg by the hand and gently led him to water only six inches deep instead of the eighteen inch depth where the near accident had occurred. Mr. Feinberg has decided to confine his bathing operations In the future to a bath tub. REMAINS IDENTIFIED The East Chicago Man Who Was Drowned in Calu met is Still Unknown. East Chicago, Ind.. Aug. 8 (Special) I The inquest on the remains of the unknown man found in the river yes terday morning, was held in Fife's morgue. The verdict returned by Dr. A. A. Ross, who conducted the inquest, was that of drowning. A number of men reviewed the remains yesterday and several of them identified the man as Anthony Nelson, a resident of East Chicago. One man in particular, Ole Olson, was very positive in his identi fication and made three or four visits to the morgue where the corpse was Announcement. VOTE FOR John J. Poulton Representative for the 13th Senatorial District. Primaries Saturday, Aug. 8. Polls open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.ra. VOTE FOR CHARLES W. BALDWIN Republican Candidate for COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRIMARIES AUGUST 8th Place an X in the square op posite his name. His name appears the 19th from the top. Polls open from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. VOTE FOR HENRY W. LEE AND THE Calumet Canal. Republican candidate for Trustee, Sanitary District. Vote for one. Don't help strangers to defeat your friends. E o.ransik:9s Deoartinni Cor. QOth Street and Buffalo Avenue, South Chicago. TISinPn IP HPQIDPn NOTICE We will pay fare both ways to the purchaser of $5.00 or over from the following places: Whiting, East Chi- lll-wl 11.. UL<lU. cago.Indiana Harbor. Hegewisch, Stony Island, Burnside, Pullman, Roseland, Kensington. It will pay you to come laid out. Each time he looked at the body he became more convinced that it was that of his old friend, Anthony Nelson. When he came out the last time, however, he was much chagrined to find Mr. Neison alive and well, shak ing hands and joking with a-number of acquaintances on the sidewalk. The loud crowd began to "Josh Ole and he said that he had a pressing engage ment up the street. He had lost all interest in the sub sequent proceedings at Mr. Fife's morgue. The body is still unidentified and unless it is claimed before long it will be burled this afternoon in Hessvllle. THROWN FROM HI Automobile Skids Near Pull man Throwing Occupants Three Are Injured. While speeding along the outskirts of Pullman yesterday morning, three occupants of a touring car were thrown from a skidding automobile and one was seriously injured. The victims: John Hammerstein, aged 20, was thrown out and sustained a badly wrenched knee and other bruises about the face and body. II. J. Hammerstein, father Of John, sustained severe sprain of wrist and bruises. Joseph Washington, colored, the driver, jumped from the machine and outside of a few scratches, was unin jured. The disabled car was taken to a Pull man garage where repairs were made , and later the occupants were taken to their home on the West Side where they are under a physician's care. The accident was one of the queerest a r a tmr I -. An A a r A m r Arllfi f Alr oftar . , , , , " , , at the scene. 'T GO FAST THERE Lowell Has Started to Glen coize Scorching Chauf feurs This Week. Crown Point, Ind.. Aug. 8. (Spe cial.) Philenus Williams, the livery man, and his driver, John Carl, ran up against th majesty of th law, in the sha4e of Lowell's town marshal, on Thursday while driving his automobile on the main street of that town. Fast driving and exceeding the speed limit were the charges booked against Wil liams and $10 was the amount it took o settle them. It is said Williams wasn't going much faster than a snail's pace and the marshal didn't have to hurry a bit to catch up with him, but the weather was warm and the mar shal appeared out of breath, which was all the evidence needed to "s'welp me" $10 fine. Don't do any Glencoizing while you're in Lowell. M FLURRIESEXPEGTEO Business Developments Are Normal With Occasional Recessions. Developments in the iron and steel business during July has convinced leaders in the industry that the recov ery in that period from the general de pression that had preceded was more than a flurry and that a general ten dency of the market will continue along bordering lines. Occasional recessions are expected, but without any serious interruption. Polities this week seems to over shadow everything else Of interest. Steel Mills Gaining. The steel mills are gradually gaining and activities at Pullman are improv ing daily. Other smaller industries are jumping to the front with as much force as they can command to keep up with the larger plants. The big thirty acre tract purchased by the Ostermann Manufacturing company at West Pull man this week is the most hopeful of recent date in the local situation. The longer yon advertise a rood ar ticle In the Times, the easier It Is t U It. TAL DOM AWAITINGTEMPORARY SStNG PERMITS Some Agreement Between Company and City Officials Is Soon Expected. CONNECTS WITH INTERUBBi Eighth Ward Aldermen Are Still Holding Back Their Recommendation. As soon as the temporary permit is granted by the local aldermen to the Kensington & Eastern the Chicago, Shofe & South Bend railway company will operate Its cars through to Pull mand. This will be the first eastern lnterurbah lin to enter the city. The other points of the compass having been prempted. The interurban will use the Ken sington & Eastern tracks in Illinois, en tering the latter at Burnham. The council permit to the Kensington & Eastern, it will be remembered, Is to be granted only upon the written request of the local aldermen from the Eigth and Thirty-third wards. It is under stood that a satisfactory agreement has been made between the aldermen and the company whereby both the cor poration and the people of the two wards will be represented. Develop Territory. With the advent of the new inter urban line into this section will come the development of a large territory that for years has lain dormant. It will mean that new industries will spring up along the right of way and it will also open up a rich farming country which heretofore has been un veloped owing to the fact that the farmers would be practically at a loss to reach a market with their products. Hegewlsch and Hammond will be k really Ufii tin itru. .s wrii aia xvriiiiiK- ton, Pullman and other neighboring L..J... , r FUUUrUB. VUill!IIUUIvailUll Willi IIIC i I - diana towns will boom local trade con ditions and will build up unsettled country. SOUTH CHICAGO. Church Services. First BvaaKelleal rhareh, Avenne J near Ninety-eighth street. Charles Lara ale pastor. Morning services at 11. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Eerenlng services at 7;S0. Pint MethodUt ehnrrti, Xlnety-firat street and Houston avenue. Sunday school. at 9:45 a. ra. Morning services at 11. Prayer meetings at 7:30 p. m. First Baptist chareb, oomrr nouato avenue and Ninetieth street, Claude EJ. Boyer pastor, 67S East Sixty-first street. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Morning worship at 11. Evening services at 7:30. South ChlCT CoitrregatSoa ctinrrh, Ontario avenue, near Ninety-second street. Rey. George H. Bird," pastor A. G. Ingraham, Sunday school Super intendent; Dr. A. L. Blackwood, Bibla class director. Sunday school and Bible classes at :45 a. m. Preaching arvica at 11 a. ra. Junior Endeavor at 3:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m. AJ1 seats free and a cordial invitation is extended to all who attend. Christ' an ebnrch, Lincoln building. corner Ninety-first street and Commer cial avenue, every Lord's day. Bible school at 9:45 a. ra. Preaching set-rices at 11 a. m. C W. B. M. meeting at 3 p. m. Mrs, M- Herald, leader Lee Matthews. Consecration meeting, special even ing services and special music Ftrat Preabyterlan ehoreh. Ninety first street and Exchange avenue. Rev. E. T. Allen, minister, 3947 Exchange avenue. Morning worship at 11. Evening worship at 7:30. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Tour are cordially invited to attend these services. Calnmet Height Methodist Episcopal church. Ninety-third street and Paxton avenue. Rev. Thrall pastor. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Morning services at IV. Prayer services at I p. m. AlarmTng. Marjorle had never been In elese touch with a dog and when the family moved to the suburbs in the spring she found Fido a source of profound study. In a short time they were boon companions, but on the first warm day Fido gave Marjorie a fright that almost deprived her of speech. "O, mother," she gasped, running into the house. "Come quick. Fido's tongue Is falling out!" CPiO OP THE TOWN BALLARD WILL BE -THEREi Congressman Crumpacker'3 Independent Opponent to Assist at Picnic. The Independence party In Lake county will make-its first great splurge When Attorney E. G. Callard of Gary will welcome the Illinois delegation at a monster Dlcnlc at Michle-an fit August 22. Independence party organizations of tow states have compined to insure a great success of the lake excursion and n A t? V " E. G. Ballard, of Gary. Ind.. and R. M. i Isherwood, secretary of the Indiana State Committee, both will be present With a large delegation at Michigan City to meet the steamer Theodore Aoosevelt, which will carry the merry picnickers from Chicago and vicinity. William H. Stewart, secretary of the Cook County committee, was busy yes terday making arrangements which will add to the pleasure of the occa sion Among other things he had in ! hand arrangements for a vaudeville perfdrmanct to be given on the boat while in transit. Indiana and Illinois orators will vie with one another in the speechmaking at the picnic grove. Other features for the accasion will be announced as soon as the details have been completed. FIRE IN HARBOR JUNGLES. Two One-Story BuiltllngH Are Darned Down Karl j- This Mornln. Indiana Harbor, Aug. 8. (Special) A fire in what is known as the "Jun gles" broke out at 3 o'clock this morn ing at One Hundred and Thirty-ninth and Butternut streets, will cause a rigid investigation as to its origin. The fire destroyed two one-story frame buildings which were vacant and which were standing in front of two foundations for new buildings. The origin of the fire is Unknown. The frame buildings will in all prob ability not be rebuilt but Instead build ings Will be erected on the foundations already completed. Stepping Statistics. A Swiss has taken the trouble to count all the steps he took during a year. He found the number to be 9,760,000, which gives 25,740 steps a day. Repentance. "There Is ot.e case of death bed re pentance recorded the penitent thief that no one should despair; and only one, that no one should pre sume." St. Augustine. Growth of New York. Notwithstanding there Is an aver age of 225 deaths a day in New York city the population Is being Increased by births alone 125 each 24 hours. A Premier's Qualifications. "The life of a cabinet minister," said Mr. Bright at Birmingham in 1885, "is one needing very strong health, a very excellent stomach, a conscience which does not trouble him. It Is a position which no sensible man would for a moment envy." Information Wanted. Will some exceptionally original mind among the commencement day valedictorians kindly give ns a line an what lies this side of the Alps? Superstition In Persia. One of the greatest trials of the missionaries in Persia is to find means for counteracting the gross supersti tion that exists there among the com mon people. A Man's Life. My life a man's life is always, and especially to-day, a poor a thing enough, but this poor thing, consecrat ed to a great and holy cause, may grow with it; and when a man has made to such a cause the sacrifice of his future, I believe that he ought to shrink from none of Its consequences, none of its dangers. Comte de Mon talembert. If yon can truthfully say that TUB TIMES la a tetrad newapaner, plena any (to friend and cet htaa ta aabeerlhet 3Tm5 South Chicago Theatre 9223 Commercial Ave., South Chicago A show for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. All new Features and Songs. Program changed every day. Open from 1 p. m. to 10.30 p. m. Saturday, open until 11 p. m. Sunday, open from 12 noon to 11 p. m. Admission 5c Admission 5c "DONTS" FOR BATHERS Timely Suggestions to En able Swimmers to Keep Cool Heads in Danger. Some "don'ts" for bathers. Don't go into the water at all if your heart i3 weak, or if of an apopletic tendency. Don't go in too soon after eating, and ii,hM, -ieetf Ifitrt the hnsnm of the water with a cargo of alcohol aboard, Don't forget to wet your head first, Don't get too strong, and don't at- tempt too much. Don't stay in too lonS - and don,t for&et thls motto for fathers 'It's better to be sure than sorrow and rememDer tnat it is otn- ers to whom the sorref will come Rivers and Men. Little rivers seem to have the Inde finable qualitj that belongs to certain people in tfce world the power of drawing attention without courting it. the faculty of exciting interest by their very presence and way of doing things. Henry van Dyke, HEGEWISOH-BURNHAM T, J. Cullman and President John Patton were in Chicago on business Friday. Mrs. W. E. Combs and Azeiia Itiatcnez were in Chicago shopping Friday. A. W. Kennedy and Mr. Mullharn of Harvey, were here Friday on business The men are progressing rapidly with the gas pipes and have placed several fine ranges. Julius Smith has gone on a vacation and expects to be gone several days. Frank Crane has moved In hie beau tiful residence on Buffalo avenue. The case of Sebastan vs. the city of Burnham, for harboring a cross dog, was Settled by Sebastian paying the cost and giving the marshal permission to shoot the dog if caught Inside the state of Illinois. The case of the Brewery Company vs Thuleon for possession of the saloon building in Burnham, went by default against Thuleen, as he did not appear on account of being in jail on an old charge of robbery. Mr. Brackett transacted business in Hegewisch today. A public meeting was held last night in regard to the water and sewer. DYER. Fred Gold, of Chicago, representing the Charles A. Zahnon Company, waa here Thursday. Joseph Peschel made a business trip to Chicago Thursday. Andrew Neudorf of St John, was here Thursday on- business. The Sisters of St. Francis arrived here Thursday preparatory for the com ing school year. William Belriger was the guest of relatives here Thursday. Isaac Lowenberg of Chciago mads his weekly trip to our town Thursday. Miss Ida Ziesenhenna left Friday morning for a Bhort visit with relatives at Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Schaefer of "WTilting are visiting with Theodore Kammer and family at present. Henry Nondorf left Friday morning for an extended stay in southern Inld ana. As predicted in our correspondence during the week. Manager Peacock would not leave us without a ball game next Sunday. The Griffith team will come over to carry home the plum pro vided it is not beyond reach. LANSING. Miss Winnls Swart Is spending a week in Roseland with relatives. Miss Amanda Rahn was a Hammond vsltor yesterday. Miss Helen Hart of LaGrange, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ton for a few days. Hon. Frank P. Sadler of Chicago was in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Stegenga and family of Thornton, were in town yesterday. Miss Andrews of Blue Island was in town this week. Miss Emma Wallenberg was a busi ness visitor in Hammond yesterday. The regular monthly consistory meet- a Hit; ing of the Dutch Reform church took place last night. Mrs. John Swart. Henry Swart and liss Winnie Swart, attended the Sun day school picnic of the Roseland and Gano churches at Cedar Lake. The Ladles Aid of the Dutch Reform church had its regular monthly meet ing at the home Of Rev. and Mrs. Dowstra yesterday. Miss Annie Schuli was in Hammond yesterday. Miss Lizzie Soniga of Chicago visited friends in town yesterday. The boys employed by Mr. Meetef n his onion field wen laid off for a few days. Henry Lehmker was in Hammond yesterday on business. Mrs. I. B. Griffin of Hammond was in town yesterday. Miss Emma Koehn was a visitor in Hammond, Thursday. A number of people about this vicin ity attended the excursion to Lafayette yesterday. MONEY LOANED on good security such as Furniture, Pianos and other personal property QUIETLY and QUICKLY. CHICAGO DISCOUNT CO 138-40 Commercial Ave. tosta Chicago RoetaH. TeL So. CWcneo 1M Open Monday. Toandiy fend Saturday evening antU 9 P. M. r WHISKEY There is only one BEST TRY Old Steuben Bourbon (Straight Goods) and agree with ns that It Is PERFECTION Steuben County Wine Co. Distributors, CHICAGO, ILLS. V.B. CARROLL, EJ.D. BPKOIA.L.IB T BLOOD, SKIN. RECTAL and CHRONIC DISEASES Catarrh, Vlcnrs. Eesain. (21 o. . r-RITATB DISBiKKS-lddaey. Bla ' aerdt Ail Driaary Aff actios , Pues.&c. 0Bice.2S6.S2d St, (cm. IsmIm lit.) SOUTH CHICAGO 4 Union Shop. TONSORIAL PARLOR JOHN W. ATJCDTCOff, Prop, rtrst-dau root S BHIiard PartorCosaxted 6306 Cottage Grove Ave Chicago. MEDICAL. DR. HASEN CLEVER, 182 State St, Room 45, Chicago Specialist la an Ms casts f Women. Cos unatlua and Advice Tree, HOCTtS lO to 4. CONTECTIONXKIXS, 721 K. 63rd, X. X. Cor. Cottage Grove, Chicago. STERGIOS BROS. Dealers In Traits S Confectioneries Wines, Liquors and Cigars, none Hyde Park 4875. Hun IT. 108 St. and Indiana BoBtevard Koby. Indisna. HENRY GROSS sPalnting and Decoratings PAINT, GLASS, WALL PATCH PAmrars supplus 9033 CoBnaerclal Ave. Tel. S. Catenae 111 So. Chicago William A. Schoening Gamer al Contractor and Baflder rtre Losses Adjusted bMni rioMUiBj AOfTttW to 1C520 TORRENCE AVE.. Chicago Phone, South Chicago 4S0 Yelenh a, I4S Halo MS, nth Chlenar. FRANK FOSTER ATTOBJfET AT ULXV, Room 15, Commercial Block, Mf Commercial avenue, - Chicago, nt Kesldenoe M10 Bxehansf a venae. tore