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Thursday, Sept. 3, .1903.
THE TIMES.
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OVER THE TEA CUPS
AID SOCIETY MEETS.
The Ladies Aid Society of the First
Baptist church met this afternoon
with Mrs. E. W. Bump at her home in
South llohman street. It was a regu
lar business meeting and the usual
routine of business was disposed of.
ATTEND IH.WEK PAHTV.
Miss Elsie Lautman of Michigan
City is expected here Saturday to be
up after a few weeks Illness that has
kept her confined to her home In In-
graham avenue.
ATTENDS CHICAGO PARTY.
Miss Anna Nyhoff will attend a dln-
ney and theater party given by friends
in Englewood this evening.
ATTEND HOME-COMING.
Mrs. J. C. Lavene and son Clayton,
the guest at a dinner party given by ; of Truman avenue, went to Rensselaer
Mrs. Henry Lundt in honor of the j yesterday to attend the home-coming.
xpect to return home this even-
approaching marriage of her daughter, j They e
Miss Frances, to Mr. F. C. Ryan.' Miss , ing.
Lautman will spend a few days here i
after which she will go to Chicago to
be the guest of relatives.
Cl.in MEETING TODAY.
ItOYAI. U1AGIE MEETING.
There will be a meeting of the Royal
League this evening in the K. of P.
hall and it is desired that there be a
Mrs. M. S. Osborn is entertaining jarge attendance of members. After
the members of the Fleur-de-Lis club the reguar business session refresh-
thie afternoon at her home in i mm- i ment3 win te served. A very pleas-
mer avenue.
The afternoon is Teing
pleasantly spent with cards and an
Informan social time.
W. R. C. MEETING.
There will be a meeting of the Will
iam H. Calkins W R. C. this evening
in eMmorial hall and all members are
urged to be present as important
business in connection with the com
ing convention will be transacted.
VISIT LINCOLN" PARK.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ferperdine
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fepperdine
and children went to Chicago this
morning to spend the day at Lincoln
Park.
ATTEND HOME COMING.
Mr. and Mrs W. G. Taxton and Mr.
Charles Kasson went down to Rens
selaer today in their machine to be the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Grant for
the home -coming.
ENJOY HAY RACK PARTY. i
About twenty or twenty-five mem
bers of St. Paul's Lutheran League en
joyed a hayrack party last evening to
Hessville where they enjoyed an
elaborate luncheon. The young peo
people sang during the trip and all re
port a very pleasant evening.
MISS HIRSC1I WINS PRIZE.
The parents of little Miss Ethel
ITirsch, Mr. and Mrs. David Hirsch,
are quite proud of their little daugh
ter. She appeared on the state of the
Colonial theater last night in an elo
'cutlonary number, which brought
five encores and won for her the first
prize.
STARTS NEW SEASON
The Fidelia Singing Society started
its winter season last evening with a
good attendance. Prof. Techmeyer of
rrhlcasro is this season's musical di
rector.
MEETING POSTPONED.
Owing to the Mission Feast being
held at the German Lutheran churcn
in ."West Hammond, the regular after-
.noon service of St. Paul's Lutheran
.church whieh was announced to take
place Sunday, will be postponed- for
two weeks. .
GOES TO VISIT RELATIVES.
Miss Lillian Yarck has gone to
Wheaton, 111., to spend a month, visit
ing with relatives and friends.
MRS. RICHARDSON" ENTERTAINS.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Deborah Ai dsociety of the First Chris
tian church is taking place today at
the home of Mrs. Richardson. Busi
ness of importance is being disposed
of this afternoon.
PLAN" SOCIAL.
The Deborah Aid society of the First
Christian church is planning to give
a social Thursday evening, Sept. 10, for
the benefit of the new church build
ing fund. The ladies give a social
every month and very pleasant times
are had by all who attend.
LEAVE FOR IOWA.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Jackson left Ham
mond yesterday for points in Iowa,
where they will spend a few weeks
vacation They will visit in Perry,
Creston and Valisca, la.
j ant session is anticipated.
WILL RETCRX FRIDAY.
Misses Dollie and Marguerite Knotts
are expected to return home tomor
row from an extended visit with rela
tives and friends at Holly, Mich. The
young ladies have been absent from
Hammond during the entire summer
and have spent a very pleasant vaca
tion. HERE FROM WEDDING VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wolf of New
York City were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs." Leo Wolf and Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Kaufman of Hammond yesterday. Mr.
and Mrs. Wolf are spending their
honeymoon touring the west and came
to Hammond from Chicago for the day.
Mr. Wolf is a brother of Mrs. Kauf
man and Mr. Wolf of this city.
RETI RNS FROM VACATION".
Miss Anna Kruse has returned to
Hammond from a delightful visit of a
few weeks, spent with relatives at
Madison. Delevan Lake and the Dells
in Wisconsin. She will resume her
duties at Ortt & Towle's shoe store
BEN-HIR MEETING.
The regular meeting of Progressive
Court, Tribe of Ben-Hur, was held last
evening in Weis hall on State street,
and a very pleasant session is reported.
No important business was transacted
and at the close of the meeting a social
hour was enjoyed when refreshments
were served-.
MRS. KLEIN" ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. Mat Klein entertained the mem
bers of Sewing Circle No. 1 of St. Mar
garet's hospital yesterday afternoon at
her home in West State street. About
seventeen members of the society were
present and spent a very enjoyable
afternoon. Cards were played during
the afternoon and prizes were awarded
Mrs. George Raymus, Mrs. Beiker and
Mrs. JOhn Helser. Mrs. Mee was
awarded the guests prize. At the close
of the games the hostess served her
guests with a dainty luncheon. The
next meeting of the society Will be
held in two Weeks when Mrs. Horst
entertains at her home in State Line
street.
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We are with trie people In
their flgtit for pure milk.
We spent $ 1 6,000 to create the plant
we hare. We invite
Inspection.
THE HAMMOND DAIRY CO.
CORKER OAKLEY AVENUE AND CLINTON STRICT.
POLICE COURT HEWS
Another Horse Running Loose.
Captain Bunde found a. horse be-
onging to John Holing running loose
on the streets and placed It in Eb-
rignts livery Barn until the owner
should call for it.
WM. HARVEY G0STLIN.
MRS. NELLE S. GO STUN.
HOLD BUSINESS MEETING.
The third busines meeting of the
Homewood Magazine club will be with
the president, Mrs. G. WT. Lawrence,
Tuesday, Sept. S, at 3 p. m. All mem
bers are invited to attend
VISITS RELATIVES HERE.
J. Dory of Springfield, Mass., is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lewis for
a few days. From Hammond Mr. Dory
will go to Indianapolis to visit relatives
for a few days before returning to the
east.
'ATTENDS G. A. It. CONVENTION".
The Rev. F. M. Elliott left today for
Toledo, O., to be in attendance at the
national convention of the G. A. II. He
will be gone from Hammond for sev
eral days.
. RETIRNS TO MINNEAPOLIS.
Miss Julia Krinbill left Hammond to
day for Minneapolis, Minn., to begin
her duties there at the opening of the
school year. Misa Krinbill will be in
charge of . a school of twenty rooms
during the next year. She has spent
the summer vacation with her mother,
Mrs. George Krinbill at her home, 199
Ann street.
ENJOYS VACATION".
Aiiss ijorotny tiipiey is enjoying a
vacation of a few weeks from her du
ties as operator at the Standard Steel
Car company. She will visit in Chi-.
cago and surrounding cities.
RETURNED HOME.
Walter Left and Zoa George have
returned to their home, 263 Webster
avenue, after visiting relatives and
friends in ajid around Lima. O,, for the
past month or six weeks.
ENTERTAINS FRIENDS.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. E. Payne will
entertain a party of young people at
. their home in Wilcox street this even
ing. . ', IS ABLE TO BE UP.
Mrs. Herman Nyhofl is able to be
HAVE SUCCESSFUL PARTY,
The Ladies' society of the Locomo
tive Firemen and Ji.nginemen gave a
very successful card party yesterday
afternoon in the K. of P. hall, which
was very largely attended by friends
of the society. Several games of ped
ro were played during the afternoon
and the prizes were won' by Mrs. John
Rohrman, Mrs.- P. L Davis and Mrs
Miller. The ladies are much pleased
with the suecess of their party and
may plan to give a series during the
winter.
LAUNCH PARTY,
A crowd of young people employed
in the offices of the Reid-Murdoch Co.
will enjoy a river party this evening
to Riverdale. It is expected that there
will be about fifteen couples in the
party who will go down the river in
the 'Marquette." Mrs. Daudy will
chaperone the party.
VETERANS ARRANGE REUNION",
Gorge Clark attended a meeting
of the Lake County Veterans' associa
tion in Hammond Thursday. The
meeting Of the committee was for the
purpose of setting the time for hld
ing the annual reunion and arranging
A very beautiful early fall wedding will be celebrated this evening at 8
o'clock at the home of Dr. and Mrs. David Post Terry in Trumansburg, T. Y.,
when Miss Nellie Seney Ingraham and Willian Harvey Gostlin, son of Senator
and Mrs. W. H. Gostlin, of this city, are to be united In marriage. The cere
mony will be held at 8 o'clock, the Rev. John Xiles, pastor of the First Pres
byterian church of Trumansburg officiating with the beautiful ring ceremony
The ceremony will be read before an audience of relatives and friends of the
couple.
The home of Dr. and Mrs. Terry, the scene of the wedding, will be. very
artistically decorated with flowers and green foliage for the ceremony. Huge
hanging baskets and festoons of pink and white' asters will add to- the attrac
tiveness of the rooms. The colors carried out in decorting will be pink and
white.
As the bridal party enters the front parlor, where the ceremony will be
read, a celebrated lady harpist of the east will play the wedding march and
will continue playing a program of beautiful bridal music during the ceremony
The bride will be given away by her uncle, Dr. David Post Terry. She will have
as her only attendant her sister, Miss Florence Aldrich Ingraham, who will
war n vri n t i f n l irnwn nf nink hand nainted mulle over pink taffeta silk. She
will carry an arm boquet of pink asters. Mr. Gostlin will be attended by Mr.
John Flynn Sawyer, of Hammond, as best man.
The bride will wear an exquisitie gown of white princess lace with beautiful
trimmings of real lace. She will wear a long tulle veil caught to her hair with
orange blossoms, the flowers a gift of friends in the south. The bride will carry
a boquet of Swansonia. The going-away gown will be a tailored suit of black
and white cloth, with large picture hat to match.
Following the ceremony, which will be beautiful in every detail, a wedding
supper will be served in the dining room where the decorations, as in the par
lors, were pink and white asters. The supper will be served very elaborately
in courses.
Mr. and Mrs. Gostlin will leave during the evening for Sheldrake, N. Y., to
spend a few days on Lake Cayuga, after which they will go up in the Adiron-
dacks for a two weeks' stay. They will return to Hammond to make their home
The "at home" cards read November first, at the corner of Hohman and Wal
tham streets.
Invitations were received by many friends In Hammond and throughout
Lake county for the wedding, and among those who attended were: Senato
and Mrs. W. H. Gostlin and Mr. John Flynn Sawyer, who participated in the
service.
The bride, whose home is in the east, came to Hammond and was in
structress in Latin in the high school here during the year 1906. She made
the acquaintance of many friends who will welcome her to her new home in
Hammond. She is a graduate of the Elmira college in New York, and is a
very accomplished and talented young lady. Mr. Gostlin is the only son of
Senator and Mrs. W. H. Gostlin of this city, and has made Hammond his home
for many years. Mr. Gostlin was a member of the Hammond high school, late
attending Wabash college at Crawfordsville- for a few years, and was a mem
ber of the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Since his return to Hammond Mr.
Gostlin has been connected with the Hammond Elevator company later accept
ing a position with the Lake County Times. Mr. Gostlin is a member of the
Elks and the University and is very prominent in the younger society set of
Hammond and Crown Foint.
Towle Opera House.
TONIGHT
SATURDAY MATINEE, 2-30,
Klimt & Gazzolo Amusement Co.
Presenting the Celebrated Scenic and
Comedy Triumph
On the Bridge at Midnight.
An Elaborate Production of this famous and successful drama which not
only excels in stage pictures, but in its at-sorbing story of life in a great city.
with its pathos, humor and true to lite characters.
THE GREAT BRIDGE SCENE.
A Masterpiece of Stagecraft.
A. PLAY WITH A RECORD.
Night Prices, 15c to 75c, . Saturday Matinee, 15c to 25c
Seats on Sale at Theatre Box Of lice.
Valuable Dog Stolen.
After going through the dog days
without having his dog go mad or be
shot by a policeman, it was the luck
of Joe Hess to have a valuable Fox
hound stolen from his residence last
night. It was only about a year ago I SUNDAY
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Four Nights, Beginning: Sunday
MATINEE, SEPT. 6th.
Labor Day Matinee Mon., 2:30.
that Hess caught a fellow in the act of
stealing the dog.
Another Negro Suspect.
Officer Barnle Johnson of West Ham
mond, picked up a negro in the town
across the line which he thought
might answer to the description of the
fellow who assailed the Chicago
Heights woman. Captain Peter Aust-
gren, who had the description, went
over to see if he tallied with it, but
the frightened negro did not fill the
bill.
MATINEE
15 to 50
SUNDAY
NIunT
25 to 73
A
KILROY
BRITTON'S
WEEK NIGHTS
15 to 75
WEDNESDAY
and SATURDAY
MATINfcB
15 to 25
HOUSE
Big Hit
The Sensational Melodrama
"SURE SHOT
SAM"
By Lem B. Parker . ..
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Seats on Sale at Box Office.
New and Novel Play
Big Talented Company
Mupenaous scenic rrocucaon
Officer Kunz Sends Postals.
All of the officers in the police sta
tion were in receipt of souvenir pos
tal cards which were sent by Officer
Kunz, who is now spending his vaca
tion in Milwaukee. Some of them were
humorous and the boys had lot of fun
over them.
Three Nights Beginning, September lOth.
THE FIGHTING PARSON
Bike Stealing Popular.
The Indiana Harbor police notified
Hammond police that a bicycle had
been stolen from Mr. Speadwell in that
city. They sent a description of the
machine and hope the Hammond of
ficers may pick it up.
CALUMET
Three Nights
Starting September 3rd
Matinee Saturday
Five Drunks Picked TJp.
For the first time in a long while
the police had a good gTlst of drunks
in -the police court this morning. Sev
eral men started out from Maynard in
a buggy last night and it was $11
apiece for them this morning. They
were John Boland, a saloonkeeper in
Maynard, Joseph Baudt, who pointed
loaded riflle at the officer who ar
rested him, and Joseph Engle, who was
more peaceable than the rest.
BURT fi NICOL I OFEER
MISS
Beulah Poynter
In Her Own Dramatization of
Lena Rivers
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sheffield in May
street.
Lady Dentist at "Harvard," 15 years'
experience.
Mrs. M. E. Bates will go to Shelby
Saturday to remain a few days with
relatives and friends.
Miss Marie James has returned to
her home in Glen Park, after a few
days' visit with friends in Hammond.
Miss Elizabeth Evers and guest. Miss
Josephine Coughlin of Hancock, Mich.,
spent yesterday with friends in Chicago.
Mrs. Fred Gravestein was the guest
of friends in Chicago yesterday.
Clerk E. L. Shortridge of Crown
Point, was in Hammond yesterday on
business.
Mrs. Specter of East Chicago, visited
friends in Hammond yesterday afternoon.
Mrs. Oliver Anderson is spending a
few davs with her parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. Dinwiddle at their home in Lowell.
Mrs. John Klkert of Munster was a
other matters pertaining to this an- visitor in Hammond yesterday.
nual event. The time for holding the
reunion was fixed for Thursday, Oct.
1, next. Lowell Tribune.
F, Richard Schaaf was in Crown
Point today on business.
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea acts
directly on the liver and kidneys, giv
ing them strength to throw off all pois
ons rfom the system. Protects you
from disease. 33 cents, Tea or Tablets.
Negele the Druggist.
John Becker transacted business In
Crown Foint today.
Fred Dahl has returned to his home
in Lowell after visiting his sister. Miss
Grace Dahl of Hammond for a few
days.
Mrs. John Sherer is spending the day
Briefs.
Misses Mae and Bessie Burhams of
Lowell, who are the guests of Mrs.
Edith Griffin, went to Chicago this
morning to remain during the day.
Mr. Kasper and his daughter, Mrs.
Tieche, are visiting in Chicago today.
Mrs. V. T. Clark of Englewood is
spending the clay with friends in
Hammond.
Attorney T. M. C. Hembroft of Indi- I with relatives in Crown Point.
ana naroor was in iiammona yester n,, ArttwP nn.l Ijiwra
day on business. T,, oiwin Teachers institute
I I it r rv. tl I un.iivi"o
M. Ruhstadt was in Chicago today ln crown Point today
in Crown Point attending institute.
Hammond. ... . l: . tho
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Hammond teachers attending institute
at Crown Point today.
By MARY J. HOLMES
A PLAY
Distinctly a Woman's Play
Of Woman's Emotion3
By a Woman For Women
THEATRE
SO. CHICAGO
Four Nights Starting
Sunday Mat. September 6th
Matinee Wednesday
W. F. MANN PRESENTS
Mr. John A. Preston
AND
Miss Blanche Latell
And a strong company of
35 PLAYERS 3S
In the Gorgeous Scenic Melodramatic
Novelty
The
Fighting Parson
is a Chicago visitor today.
Misses Ruth Sohl and Norma
Locklin are visiting in Chicago today.
Mr .and Mrs. William F. Bridge are
spending the day visiting In Chicago.
Mr. Johnson of Chicago was a visitor
in Hammond last evening.
Mrs. F. J. Eberle and son, Francis
are spending a few days witu rela-
Mrs. H. Golgert was the guest of tives in Washington Heights.
relatives in Park Manor yesterday.
Mr. and- Mrs. Powell of Russell
street are visiting in Chicago today.
Charles Jewell, who has been quite
ill for some time with typhoid fever,
is slowly getting better at his home in
Webb street.
C. H. Ingersoll, who has been in
Illinois on a business trip for sev
eral days, is here to conclude a visit
with his daughter, Mrs. P. A. Parry.
K. H. Bell formerly of Hammond.
The children's shoes need repairing
now. Phone ZtW. WUiCK snoe .ikepyjr
Works.
W. A. Swartz of a large clothing
firm in New York City transacted bus!
ness in iiammonQ toaay.
Ed Yonkie was in Chicago yesterday
on business.
E. Peters will be a visitor In Chi
cago this evening.
Simon Goldsmith of Chicago was in
attending Teachers institute in Crown
Point today.
Daughter: In reply to your note will
say: "Give your children Hollister's
Rocky Mountain Tea each week, pro
tects them from disease, keeps and
makes them well. Signed "Mother." 35
cents, Tea or Tablets.
Negele the Druggist
Mrs. J. P. Yonkie will visit friends
in Chicago tomorrow.
Miss Cora Winters visited friends in
Chicago last evening.
Mrs. George Pescke of Gibson was
in Hammond today shopping.
Mr. Minor of Chicago was in Ham
mond today on business.
Miss Mielhaul of Chicago, formerly
of Hammond, will visit her friends
here tomorrow.
Miss Christine Klein of Chicago was
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs,
Mat Klein of West Hammond yester
day.
Misses Gertrude Herbst and Esther
Allen were visitors in Chicago yes
terday.
John Nyhoff of Gary, transacted
business in Hammond today.
Miss Mae Stevens and George Red
man of Pittsburg, visited Riverside
Park in Chicago last evening.
D. F. Eungle of Cleveland, O., was in
Hammond today on business.
Miss E. Mohl has returned to Chi
cago after a few days visit with
friends in Hammond.
My wife arose from her bed one morn.
She arose with an aching head;
How well I'd been, she said to me,
If I'd taken Hollister's Rocky Mountain
tea. Negele the Druggist.
Mrs. M. Dobson and children are
spending the afternoon with Mrs. Cohn
and this evening will attend the White
City.
Wilbur Riggs of Englewood is spend
ing the day with friends in Hammond.
T. Draper, who has been in Albany,
N. Y., stopped in Indianapolis for a
few days visit before returning to
Hammond.
Ted Bland saw "The Browen Idol"
at the Whitney theater in Chicago last
evening.
Miss Eugenia Knotts will visit with
friends in Hammond tomorrow afternoon.
16-Year-01d Boy Drunk.
One of the most disgusting sights
that has been seen in the police sta
tion for some time, was the arrest of
16-year-old William Townsley of 1S04
west uirtietn street, cnicago, on a
charge of drunk. Judge William W.
McMahon did not want to send a boy
over the road and so he made him
promise to do better and let him go.
Everybody Goes to See "Lena'
Special Altitlnee Labor Day.
Evenings and Sunday Matinees, 15-25-35-50C ;
Wednesday and Saturday Matinees, 10-15-20-25c
Sunday Nights, 25-35-50-75C
Comes Here to Get Drunk.
Henry J. Sievers came all the way
from Kalamazoo, Mich., to get drunk
in Hammond. ' He did not state to the
judge this morning why he liked Ham
mond beer better than that found in
his native city and was fined 1 and
costs, amounting to $11.
DEATH OF BABY BELLBY.
Rovere, the 3-year-old daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Beilby, 727 Sum
mer street, died yesterday afternoon
from yaralysis. The funeral has been
arranged for next Saturday morning to
take place from the house at 10 o'clock.
STAB DEFEAT DEEBYS.
The Young Calumet Stars defeated
the Young Derbys yesterday by a
score of 14 to 11.
but now of Chicago, was in Hammond Hammond today on business.
today on buines. I Mrs. Frances- of East Chicago was In
Miss Verta Sheffield is reported to be Hammond today shopping.
quite 111 at . the home of her parents. I Miss Elizabeth Brumm. is Brumra is
FIRE CAUSED BY SAUSAGES.
Fire yesterday evening destroyed a
smoke house belonging to E. G. Han
sen, the north side grocer, whose
place of business it at Gostlin and
Sheffield avenue. Mr. Hansen was
smoking a big string of home-made
sausages adn the fire got beyond con
trol, causing a small confiagaratlon.
AIX TALK ABOUT FTBIJCITY IS
CREEK TO IOU CXLKSS OV AD.
TERTISE OCCASIONALLY-.
CLUB MEETS TONIGHT.
The Hammond Democratic club,
whose meeting was inadvertently an
nounced for last night, meets this even
ing ln the democratic club rooms. Busi
ness of a routine nature only is sched
uled to come up.
SOME NEW CASES.
In a complaint consisting of seventy
five words. Attorney L. L. Bomberger,
representing the plaintiff, Worthington
Croxton, is suing D. II. Judah for $1,
700. It is one of the shortest com
plaints that has been filed ln the Lake
superior court in some time.
BIG DAMAGE SUIT.
Alfred Goll Is bringing suit in the
Lake superior court for $30,000 dam
ages for an injury which he received In
the mills at Indiana Harbor. The com
plaint states that the machinery caught
In some manner through the negli
gence of the company and severe in
juries resulted from an attempt to
perform his duty in releasing it.
SUES FOB $10,000.
Sam BradskI has brought suit against
the Inland Steel company for $10,000
damages as a result of the death of
his sort who inhaled poisonous gases
while in the performance of his du
ties and died as a result.
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enerson
of LAW
HAMMOND, INDIANA
EVENING SESSIONS.
Two years' course leading to L. L. B. degree.
Recitations, lectures and practice court.
Special Commercial Law Course.
FALL TERM BEGINS
SEPTEMBER 16, 1908
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For particulars address the President or
Secretary, 500-502 Hammond BIdg,
HAMMOND, INDIANA.
IttLS ENGAGEMENT HERE.
Klimt & Gazzolo Amusement com
pany's production of "W. L. Roberts'
noted success, "On the Bridge at Mid
night," will fill an engagement here
shortly. It 'will be presented elab
orately and with a strong company
including some clerer comedians, for
the play is full of good fun, besides
being equipped wth the great bridge
scene and other unusual scenery. The
intrinsic worth of this attraction in
contrast with cheap sensationalism,
makes it one of the best, and audiences
never fall to become absorbed in the
story of the sightless Brother. At Towle
opera house commencing tonight for
three night and Saturday matinee.
ANOTHER PAPER GOES TO TAFT.
The Schuyler (Neb. Free Lance, the
most influential Populist paper in JTo
braska, has Ignored Watson, bolted
Bryan and gone over to Taf t. As the
populists cast 20,000 votes in Nebras
ka four years ago and as Bryan ex
pected to capture the most of these
the defection of this paper is a serious
matter to the democrats.
NOTICE.
Any person having , bills against the
late Oscar Mallett are requested to
send same for settlement to George O.
Mailett. S21 East State St - 27 -
Try a 'Want' Ad la the Times

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