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Thursday, August 20. 1903.
Will Initiate New Members. ..
On the twenty-fifth of this month the
Foresters will initiate fifteen new mem
bers Into the local court here. The
Foresters are making great strides In
their membership for the court here
and will soon reach the 500 mark. The
affair on the twenty-fifth will wind up
with a bouquet to the newly made
This Is What He Said.
Member Crown Point baseball team
"That was a pretty good roast The
Times had last Monday on our game
with Indiana Harbor. It roasted us
right but we couldn't get sore at it
because It was done in such a way
that it was Impossible and perhaps we
deserved It. Anyway The Times for
us." "No, not any game next Sunday.
We're putting the diamond in shape
and expect to do better work then. No
more roasts after that in our family,
mind you."
Finish Their Work.
Contractor Crowell's men from here
who have been working on his Colum
bia avenue bridge at Hammond dur
ing the last five months finished the
concrete work there yesterday and will
start Monday on two bridges at Leroy,
that will take considerable time to fin
ish. '
Give 'Em Square Deal.
But for the fact that the Crown
Point Bus drivers were unwilling to
agree to their proposals the fare to the
fair grounds this year would have been
raised to 15 cents by the outside driv
ers. Crown Point drivers are to be
commended on their attitude and stand
they took in this matter, which would
have worked considerable hardship to
many who have to make frequent trips
to the grounds. It's all right to make
hay while the sun shines, but there's
no use hauling the field to the barn,
is visiting at St. Josept. Mich., saying
that she will be home Saturday.
Dr. Schaefer gave a splendid lecture
at the Methodist church last evening on
"The New Peace Movement."
Tomorrow Is the last day of the
Teachers' Institute.
No Quorum Present.
Heights and Mrs. Arthur Smith of
Morgan Park, were out here visiting
their mother. Mrs. Hallier, last Tuesday.
They spent a very enjoyable time.
The Misses Leehouts of Milwaukee,
visited Miss race Int Hout Monday.
Tony Meeter was a business visitor
in Chicago yesterday.
Mr. Hallier has a new cement cistern
The Bar Association of Gary waa to
have met yesterday for the purpose of
electing officers, but there was not a
quorum present, and so the meeting which Is quite an improvement to his
was closed without any business being place,
L. P. Goodwin of the Gary Investment D"5TEE
whPr h.'wlll tak thA Monon to Craw- - ur baseball team will go to Lowell
forrtsviil for a fw riavs' bnsinpss trln. next Sunday to play the team there
AnjDoay wismng 10 go aiong can uu
xne oary ponce wm in a. lew xiHiuniB, - on the 937 m. traln
I nave a pac 01 lour oioocmounus wilii an(J get back here at 4;46 p m
wnicn to irace criminals in ana aooui
Paul Kaske of Chicago is here visit
ing relatives for several days.
Charles Stallbohm is a Hammond vis
itor today.
C. P. Schoon and family went to the
Crown Point fair today.
Mr. and Mrs. VanUgteren of Rose
land are visiting friends and, relatives
Mr anrt Mrs P. Tanis are in Crown I finrv ThA Tinunrta vvrre hronerht last
Pnint fnrtav offpndine the COUntV f air. I n 1 o-V f 4-. rifflr-or Tamed nnn'lino- whnlaV See n'3 SOn a'
T.,.- L-Ai th.m vnm hi, hrnth.r' ThJ hospital. According to report the boy
o-, v- v,- four canines are beautiful looking 18 aomg nicely.
iu nuuu ou - SDecimens and will be of great value to The Misses Lena and Amelia Over-
visiting in uiicago lor me pasi w . .
rtturned to her home here today.
C. d Clausen of Chicago was here
yesterday on business.
There is great interest we mightZ
almost say excitement over the pro
gress of the day-to-day auction. That
Atchison avenue lot is $340 today.
Whiting, Ind.
Mr. Chenard was in Hammond Tues-
St. Margaret's
the police force after they are trained, hage were Hammond visitors yesterday.
Herbert Heavenrich of the Ready The furnaces in our public school
Roofing company, went to Chicago yes- building are being rebuilt .t present
terday on business.
S. B. Meyers of Chicago was in Gary
yesterday on business.
Louis Meketinskl of the Mack com
pany was In Chicago yesterday traes-
Mrs. F. Behn of Clark, was a South
Chicago business visitor.
H. Burge of Hammond was a busl- j actlng business,
ness visitor nere. Mrs Henry Lundt and a party of
Mrs. G. Acker of Clark transacted friends came to Gary yesterday from
business at South Chiago. Hammond where they spent the day
The Nash and Doyle sewer is now seeing the town.
completed as far as the B. & O. rail- I gam Soglovitz, president of the
road. I American Fixture and Light company
Mrs. F. Frlck of this place is on the has landed another large contract, this
as the way they were, they did not give
good satisfaction.
William Ziesenhenna made a business
trip to Crown Point Tuesday.
After spending a week visiting with
their grandparents here, the Misses Es
tella and Lillian Keilman returned to
their home in Hobart Wednesday.
Will J. Davis of the Illinois theater
in Chicago, is entertaining several of
his Chicago friends at the county fair
and at his country home "Wlllo-wdale,"
this week.
Fred Mott, Karl Griffin and Misses
Bohl and Murray from Hammond, tour
ed to Crown Point and attended the
fair yesterday.
Dr. Cook, who was stricken with
paralysis some time ago was able to
make a trip to Hammond yesterday, his
first visit since being taken sick.
George Kramer of Hammond visited
his parents here last evening.
John and Frank Daily of Chicago are
visiting their relatives here during the
Jake Kussmaul of Hammond trans
acted business in town last night.
Mrs. Morton Gates of Hammond is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Chas. Daugh-
erty, for a few days.
David Emery and wife of Hammond
attended the county fair yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Northlain of Union
Citv. Ind.. are visiting the Harold
Wheelers this week.
Mr. Andrew Sauerman and daughter,
Miss Pauline, returned yesterday from
Powers Lake, Wis., where they enjoyed
a delightful outing.
Mrs. Anna Dales is reported on the
sick list for the past few days.
The trains are bringing hundreds of
visitors today to attend the jubilee
Miss Nita Cano from New Orleans is
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sched
dell for a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Neal of Joliet, 111.,
are visiting with relatives In town.
sick list.
I time, It is for the new Savage building,
i located on the corner of Sixth avenue
Mr. and Mrs. John Grimmer of Grif
fith were visitors here today.
Herman Klaus, William Segers and
Henry Hothan of Hanover Prairie
Hall-Drew Wedding.
The marriage of Miss Florence Hall
to Guy Drew, which took place in Chi
cago last week will come as a surprise
to the friends of the couple.
The bride is the daughter of W. S.
Hall of Sheridan avenue and is well and
favorably known here where she has
lived ever since a child.
The groom Was formerly of Indiana
Harbor where he has relatives and
host of friends, but he recently went
to Englewood to reside and it Is there
that the couple will make their future
Both Mr. and Mrs. Drew have the
best wishes of their many Whiting
and Broadway. The fixtures are or tne - -
,.-,. hoc an urlll Via Tuit In at nni.A I ua,J
1 hl Q . m.V. . . . J . " " - -
General Manager W. C. Phillips of
Mesdames John and Henry Keilman
the Gary and Interurban has returned visited relatives in Hammond Tuesday.
Andrew Bohllng jr., lert lor Ham-
Trustee R. F. Schaaf transacted
business in Hessville yesterday.
Mrs. Henry Muller spent yesterday from LaPorte, where he has been spend-
in Chicago. ing the past few days inspecting the La mond yesterday.
Mrs. Bundy of Hammond visited her Uorte division of the New York-Chi- Mrs. P. J. Keilman of Chicago who
mother Mrs. Hess, here yesterday. cago Air line, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. P.
m.. Cnh.u, nr tt,, was thA Miss Ada Johnson, secretary for W. Keilman for several days, returned
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guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Hess A. Wirt, superintendent of public nome last nigni,
yesterday. I schools, has left for her home in Ham- Frank Segers and Christ Brantz of
i.mM VnnAB visited the county fair mond for a two weeks vacation. Bemis, transacted business here yes
at Crown Point today,
C. Karsten was a
Mrs. Richard Adams is on the sick
Gary is soon to have another mem- terday.
Hammond visitor ber aAed to its list of attorneys. At- Mrs. August Aubrey left for Ham-
torney Harry rnuups, lor years one 01 mond last night
the able practitioners of Chicago, will
file his certificates with Indiana courts
next week and secure permission to
practice in Lake county.
Miss Genevieve Cochrane, of East
Chicago, has resumed her duties as
night operator for the Chicago tele
Opens Bakery.
Mrs. Cobb has gone to Evanston,
called there by the Illness of a relative,
Mrs. Kiefer has gont on a visit to Phone Company,
her father's home in Hammond. J. M. Woodman, of Chicago, is spend
and Mrs. Snider, with ln& a few weeks In Gary soliciting sub- annan ioaf from Indiana Harbor. 8-20-2
scriptlons tor an aavertising magazine
to be Issued in Gary during the coming
Mrs. Stuart has re-opened her home
bakery at 4814 Olcott avenue, East
Chicago. In connection will sell Eshen-
bach's baked goods from Hammond
and also Wolfgan's twist and Boch-
Mrs. Mills
their children, went to Hammond shop
ping. Mrs. Davie went to the city yesterd
day. Mrs. Carmody and son were In Hege
wish calling yesterday.
Mrs. Groeling of Globe Station, vis
ited with Mrs. George Peterson in
Burnham today.
Miss Julia Peterson was in Hammond
on business today.
Mayor Edward DeBrale went to
month. The scheme is a monthly one crown Point today to attend the fair
and will be advanced by a local real
estate dealer.
Frank Ryan of Whiting, has severed
his connection with the Tolleston Lum
ber and Coal Company and will take a
much needed vacation before resuming
office duties.
and C. Ashline
in St. Ann, 111.,
Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams were
visitors to the Crown Point fair today.
City Attorney J. D. Kennedy is in
Crown Point today on legal business.
Mr. Virgil Louck, chief clerk and
cashier for th e Perre Markette rail
road, is spending his vacation in Cana
da, Michigan and Niagara Falls. Mr.
Louck writes back that although his
father is a native of Canada, he him
self doesn't like the country and says
East Chicago is good enough for him.
Mrs. George Rastovski, One Hundred
and Fifty-first street and Mellville ave-
Ice cream social given by the W. C.
Messrs. W. Little
transacted business
Mr. Zion and family of East of town, Tuesday.
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are visiting re.anves m unWSU. Mrg Henry shalder of Indiana boule-
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burge spent I yard who has been confined to her home
Wednesday in Hobart. for the past six weeks with typhoid nue is very low and not expected to
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Foreman were fever, is improving slowly,
Chicago visitors Wednesday. Mrs. William Vogel of Cleveland ave
Irving Jones has received another I nue, is entertaining her nephew, George
and larger gas engine for which he Is Vogel of Forest Park, 111
acting as agent. Mrs. E. Smith left for her home in
Charles Lembke of Valparaiso trans- Danville, 111., yesterday after spend
acted business in Wheeler Tuesday. Ing a week here the guest of Mrs. E
D. L. Richmond Is threshing in the Rathburn of Roberts avenue
vicinitv of Hobart. Alderman R. t . bchaar was a crown
nA Ti.wn. mnxrAfl fcu fom . Point business visitor Tuesday,
O. F. Aug. 25.
East Chicago.
15-cents, St. Mary's hall,
Misses Ullie and Stella Keilman and
Marie Scheldt,, who have been visiting
relatives in Dyer for a week, returned
home yesterday, accompanied by their
cousin, Miss Alma Keilman.
Quite a number from here went to
Valparaiseo yesterday to attend the pic
nic at Flint Lake given by Miss Dona
hue, the music teacher, to her pupils.
Miss Donahue has a large class in Ho
bart. Peter Jacobson, clerk at the Pennsyl-
vanit depot, and family, leave today for
a weeks' visit at Buffalo and pointe in
Adrain Johnston and family, who
have been visiting in Hobart the past
week with relatives, returned to their
home in South Chicago last evening.
Mrs. Ed Dwyer of Aetna, visited her
parents in Hobart yesterday.
Miss Emily Kruse, who has been vis
iting in Hobart with her father for
several days, returned to Chicago yes
Misses Elsie Wettengel and Tecla An
derson, returned Monday from their
month's visit in the west.
Thomas Clark, who moved his family
to Hammond several months ago, has
returned to Hobart and is now In the
draying business again.
A good many of our people are at
tending the county fair this week.
ily into Mrs. Eaton's house in town.
Herman Marquart is visiting rela
tives in Chicago.
Dick Small and mother, who have
been visiting relatives in Pittsburg, will
return about the first of September.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bliss of East Jef
ferson street expect to leave within the
next two weeks for Cambridge, O., to
make their futifre home. Mr. Bliss is
engaged nn the drug business there.
Mrs. Bliss was formerly Miss Julia
Sunday will be the twenty-fifth
wedding anniversary of M. and Mrs.
Charles Krieger of North Napoleon
Air. and Mrs. S. E. Holley have
moved into the rooming house at 359
East street, formerly occupied by W. W.
Barton .who has gone to San Francisco.
to practice law.
Thomas Ward has received word from
his daughter, Mrs. Anna Maroney, who
Takes Fingers Off.
Mrs. Malone of Roberts avenue, left
yesterday for an extended visit with
relatives in New York.
Mesdames Bahn. Maas and Lanko
spent Tuesday visiting'friends in Chi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Klemm and
daughter. Miss Hattle, of Indiana boule
vard, enjoyed a days' outing In River-
dale, 111., Tuesday.
J. Epstein of Indiana bomevard Is on
the sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. John Soltwedel and Mrs.
B. A. Halstead, an expert machinist,
n the employ of the Inland Steel Com
pany in their machine shop at this
place, had the misfortune to lose the Henry Bader have returned after visit-
two middle fingers of his right hand at ing several days in Valparaiso, Ind.
the middle joint this morning at II Father Benedict of Lincoln avenue.
o'clock. He was engaged, .at the time jef t f0r a few days' visit in Notre
of the accident, in grinding a planer Dame, Ind.
l' tt"u 11 B"' l"e Mrs. Henry Gobel left Monday for an
in between it and the emery wheel and
took them off like a flash of lightning.
Crown Point, Ind., Aug. 20. (Spe
cial.) The following new cases were
filed in the Lake circuit court here to
8058 Aloysious J. Walz vs. Augusta
Kreitzke. Slander. Stinson Bros.
and 1. E. Kelly, attorney's for
8059 The First National Bank of
Crown Point, second, vs. Henry
Hopp, Ed Hopp and Philenus Will
iams. Civil. Bruce and Bruce, at
torneys for plaintiff.
8060 Mary Krumm vs. Estate of Eliza
beth Krugg. Claim file. T. S
Fancher, attorney for plaintiff.
Superintendent C. McDaniels of Ham
mond was a Robertsdale visitor Tues-
ii nas Deen discovered tnat a num
Miss Martha Rhode of Chesterton, is ber of horses In the grading camps in
tne guest oi mr. ana aire, jonn wicn- and about Gary have been dying of
rL ,oi xvuuens aveuue. glanders. In all it is said that seven
Mr. and Mrs. William Kougnt enterr- horses have become the victims of the
They wlll return thatalned the latter's father, N. T. Phil- disease
ups oi unicago at ineir nome in u;ieve- When It is discovered that a horse
land avenue Tuesday. has glanders, the only thing left to
Mrs. Scott Coryell and children of do is to shoot It and prevent the spread
Roberts avenue, returned from a two of the disease, which is very con-
week's visit with relatives in Chicago, jtageous.
Charles Webb of Port Huron. Mich.. An inspection of the various grading
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles camPs wil1 be made by a veterinary
George W. Woop returned this morn
ing from a weeks' visit in Muskegon,
A. G. Lundquist, Walter J. Riley, Dr.
Frederick Sauer and C. A. Westberg,
left this morning for Crown Point in
an automobile.
Dr. Sauers, Oscar Georg, Max Hey-
man and a friend from Chicago, went
over to the Crown Point fair yester
day in an automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Matiasovsky,
1610 One Hundred and Thiray-seventh
street, had a thirteen and one-
pound soji born to them yesterday. Mrs.
Matiasovsky and the baby are getting
along nicely.
John Schuman, who has been sick at
St. Margaret's hospital for the past
week with typhoid fever, is Improving.
half Flauger of Harrison avenue, the fore and "where horses are found to be af-
part of the week.
flicted with the disease they will be lm
Miss Blanche Martinson left Tuesday mdlatf1 k,lled
for LaPorte where she' will visit Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Schaaf Jr., for a few
days. '
Local horsemen are of the opinion
that if the epidemic is not stopped soon
there will be losses amounting to
thousands of dollars in horses.
Building and Sidewalks
Telephone I. B. 863. Rea. 021.
M. and Mrs. Trinoskl and son-in-law
F. Barco, left Tuesday morning for a
j weeks' visit with friends In Milwaukee.
Youth-Giving Illusions.
The most important things for a
young woman to cling to are her illu
sions. Nothing, indeed, will keep her
so young or bo cheerful. So long as
she helleres that anything anything
delightful, of course can happen to
her, it will never occur to anybody to
Ibink of her se. Ladles' Fleli?
Henry Bock was a business visitor
In Chicago Tuesday.
Miss Jennie Int Hout Is spending a
week with her brother, Adam, in Chicago.
Rev. J. Luxen of Muskegon, Mich.,
visited friends in Lansing yesterday.
Rev. Luxen was formerly pastor of the
flret Reform church of Lansing.
Mrs. G. H. Doustry was called to her
home in Orance City, la., where her
sister is quite ill. Rv. Doustra ex
, pects to follow Monday.
Mrs. J
Crown Point, Ind., Aug. 20. (Special)
The following licenses were Issued to
couples wanting to wed here yester
Nathaniel F. Sawyer, Catheryne L
Marks, Chicago; Charles F. Ctotz, Ber
tha Mueller, Chicago; John Mertel, Julia
Hamzllcek, Indiana Harbor; Thomas
Murphy, Anna Gaynor, Chicago; Louia
Stone, Sarah Cohen, Chicago; Henry W,
Hatting, Bessie L. Rock, Chicago; Al-
exander G. Barrett. Agnes E. Eilsbee,
Chicago; Joe Raff, Anna Kroll. Chicago;
Edward T. Balcom, Sylvia R. Parker,
Chicago; Wm. B. Rodger, East Chicago,
Frieda E. Gru enr Tin mmond : Allen
B. Kock of Washington Chapman. Marie Druyer, Chicago.
Frank Miles, who Is employed in
carrying the mail, was given a vacation
by Uncle Sam, which he will spend in
Michigan City. His position is being
filled by his brother, Leslie Miles.
Miss Emma Swan was in Chicago yes
Frank Shorts of Neosha, Kan., spent
a few hours here Tuesday night as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Harr. Mr.
Shorts is enroute to his home in Penn
sylvania where he will visit his par
ents and little son.
Harry Klefe left last night for Ceda
Rapids, la.
Mrs. James E. Twltt entertained sev
eral ladies at a card party at her home
in Oliver street Tuesday night in hon
or of Mrs. Fred Brett of Alton. A mos
enjoyable evening was spent.
Maurice Hartnett has returned from
the Presbyterian hospital in Chicago
slightly improved in health.
Miss Rosle Schaefer has returned
from Chicago where she has been vis
iting two weeks with relatives.
Theodore Kammer of Dyer, visited
Tuesday with his sisters, Mesdames
Schaefer, Koch and Scheer and also
sister-in-law, Mrs. Andrew Kammer of
Oliver street.
The sisters of St. Michaels echoool re
turfned yesterday from St. Marys-in-the-
Woods at Terre Haute, to resume
their duties for the coming year.
Miss Margaret Crothy of South Chi
cago was a Whiting visitor Tuesday
Miss Carol M. Kiefe Is visiting in
Danvers, Mass.
L. II. Mattern and daughter, Miss
Louise, were in Chicago Tuesday.
Mrs. Fox and children are back from
a visit with relatives near Joliet.
Miss Anna Shepherd and Olive and
Edward Shepherd, who have been vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gregg, for
several days, returned to their home in
Hyde Park.
Mrs. Alberding and son have returned
to their home in Chicago after visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hemmy, of
Sheridan avenue.
Misses Helen Mattern, Jessie Duggan,
Jessie Curtis, Amy Marshe and Ruby
Hughes, will be the guests of Miss
Ruth G. Dale at her home In Winnetka
111., tomorrow.
Misses Fay and Clara Curdy and
Stella Printon of Alton, 111., who have
been guests at the home of Roy Green
left yesterday for a visit in Chicago.
Roy Green was at home Tuesday
evening in honor of his guests. Misses
Fay and Clara Curdy and Stella Prin
ton of Alton, 111. The main diversion
of the evening was cards, the favors
being awarder to Amy Marshal and
Hoyt Ogram, first; Jessie Curtis and
P. P. Pfelfer, consolation. Refresh
ments were served by the hosts' moth
er and at a late hour the twenty-four
young people left for their homes, all
voting Mr. Green a decidedly clever
The W. C. O. F. will give an ice
cream social in the Soltwedel block to
morrow night for the benefit of the
Sacred Heart church.
Andrew Sorenson of Steiglitz Park
is suffering with typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stout, of One Hun
dred and Nineteenth street, have moved
to Maywood, 111. Mr. Stout was the
proprietor of the bicycle and automobile
shop at Clark and One Hundred and
Nineteenth street. This place is now
closed up.
Mrs. Charles Cole attended a meeting
of the Trainmen's Auxiliary In South
Chicago yesterday.
Mrs. J. C. Miles and daugnter, Hazel,
were in Chicago yesterday.
Miss Lillie Hansen of Chicago is vis
iting at the home of Miss Marguerite
Hughes of Fred street.
William Hickey is engaged In taking
the official numbers of voters for the
Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor and children
of Hammond were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Cole of Fred street
last evening.
L. F. Coddington of Pennsylvania
avenue, is spending his vacation in La
Mrs. Jack O'Keefe is 111 at her home
In One Hundred and Nineteenth street
with typhoid fever.
Fred Harr, who has recently re
turned from a Michigan summer re
sort, Is ill again with rheumatism.
Greenfield, Ind., Aug. 19. The mid
summer congress of fruit growers,
truckers and horticulturists, under the
auspices of the Indiana State Horticult
ural Society, began here today and will
continue over tomorrow.
New Tork, Aug. 19. Dr Len. G.
Broughton, the noted preacher of At
lanta, Ga., sails today for London,
where he is to fill the pulpit of Dr. G.
Camobell Morgan during the next two
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 19. Mem
bers of the Ancient Order of Hibernian
throughoue Connecticut united In a big
parade and demonstration here today.
Delegations from Waterbury, Merlden,
Hartford and other leading cities took
Cedar Point, O., Aug. 19. A good at
tendance marked the opening here to
day of the annual convention and out
ing of the Ohio association of Elks.
Business combined with an elaborate
programme of entertainment will keep
the visiting Elks busy until the end of
the week.
Denver, Col., Aug. 19. The annual
meeting of the American Life Conven
tion, made up principally of the smaller
Western and Southern Life Insurance
companies, began in this city today J
and will continue until Saturday. A
wide range of topics relating to the
life insurance business are slated for
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 19. With
a full attendance of delegates the dem
ocratic state convention of Minnesota
was called to order in the Auditorium
here this morning. The convention will
place in nomination candidates for gov
ernor and other state officials to be
voted for at the election In November.
Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 19. With
tlectlon of a carnival queen today As
bury Park's eighteenth annual baby
show is inaugurated under most prom
ising auspices. The festivities will con
tinue for this week. More than 500
children are entered for the baby pa
rade, which is the chief event of th
Winona, Minn., Aug. 19. With flut
tering flags and marital music, Winona
extended a hearty welcome today to
the delegates to the fourth annual en
campment of the department of Min
nesota, United Spanish War Veterans.
The official welcome of the veterans
was followed by annual business ses
sion which was presided over by Pat
rick Miller of St. Paul. Various feat
ures of entertainment have been ar
ranged for tonight.
Burlington. Vt. Aug. 19. Arrange
ments have been concluded here for the
opening tomorrow of a three days' con
ference of the New England Demo
cratic Progressive League. The meet
ing will discuss plans to carry on the
Bryan campaign throughout the New
England states and will pay particular
attention to the state contest now on in
Vermont, which state is to' hold its
election ten days hence. It (s desired
that the democrats make a good show
ing in the election for the effect it may
have on the campaign in other states.
Winston-Salem, N . C. Aug. 19.
Scores of visitors are in Winston-Salem
and the number is being increased with
the arrival of every train. The occa
sion is the annual reunion of the North
Craolina division of the United Con
federate Veterans, which promises to
be one of the best attended gatherings
the veterans have held in recent years.
Between 1500 and 2000 veterans, sons
and daughters and other visitors are
expected. The large attendance, the
presence of prominent speakers and
the elaborate programme of entertain
ment combine to give promise of one
of the most successful reunions evr
held by the North Carolina veterans.
After He Has Tried It Himself.
A man who has had to hire other
people is not likely to burden himself
with unwarranted suspicions that his
Voss is trying to wrong him.
Thy Wife.
Thy wife Is a constellation of vir
tues. She's the moon, and thou art
the man in the moon. William Con-reve.
News Dealers, Stationers,
Telephone 157.
By Carrier to Any Address in Gary.
Mrs. George Pringle and children and
Mrs. Oscar Engstrom of Chicago are
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Nimltz.
Mrs. Gastle returned to her home In
Hammond, after a pleasant visit with
Mrs. J. A. Nickel.
Miss Lillian Thone spent Monday and
Tuesday with Mrs. Ed Thone
J. A. Nickel spent Wednesday In
The Black Oak ball team will play
the Blissmer Colts this (Wednesday)
You Know the cash cost of a
trip to Chicago.
You Don't Know how long it
will take to find your party.
Compare this with the cash cost
and the time spent when you
Telephone and avoid travel.
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heavy and fluffy. Use it every day
and watch your hair improve.
FREE, a sample bottle of ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC (enough
for 3 applications) for 1 0c to pay postage and packing.
Write today to ED. PINAUD'S American Offices, Ed. Pinaud Building,
New York City. Ask your dealer for ED. PINAUD'S HAIR TONIC

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