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Friday, September 4, 1908. EXTRA SPECIAL SALE OF SMOKED AND FRESH MEATS ; ; AT THE : ; HAffiHD MEATMRKET SSE Sals for one day only, Saturday, Sept. 5, 1908. STRICTLY FRESH COUN TRY EGGS, per doz , ARMOUR'S STAR HAIS, best in the world, per lb CHOICE NATIVE LEG OF VEAL, per lb NATIVE BEEF RIB ROAST, choice cuts, per lb SWEET PtCKLEO SALT PORK, per lb : NATIVE VEAL BREAST, per lb NATIVE RIB CORN BEEF, per lb,... 20k I4ic lik 9ic Ilk Jit ..45c Read The Lake County Times erery Friday evening for our Saturday specials. Prompt delivery to all parts of the city. Strict attention given to all telephone orders. phone icq CHAS. BERENDT, 99 state st. HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES. High School Books. Grade Books. Summers PRESCRIPTION Call your doctors over our phones. Advertise in THE LAKE COUNTY TIMES. I KAUFMANN oeie turday Bring these Coupons and Bargains. None Sold to No. 1 Sugar Cured CALIFORNIA HAMS, per lb.. Fancy Home -Grown Red RIPE TOMATOES, basket 3 b Fancy California BARTLETT PEARS. Per 4 j- basket lOu 2-lb can choice quality EARLY JUNE PEAS, 2fornr ..15c Fine qualitv fresh made CHOCOLATE CHIPS per lb.... 19c POMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM Regular 50c jar 29c FRESH DRESSED CHICKEN, per lb.... NO. 1. CALIFORNIA HAMS, ' sugar cured, per lb HOME CURED BACON, by the strip, per lb CHOICE CUTS NATIVE ROUND STEAK, per lb CHOICE CUTS NATIVE VEAL ROAST, per lb NATIVE RIB BOILING BEEF, per lb. FANCY SWEET POTATOES, per lb I Ok 8ic I2ic 101c 10c ... 5c ... 3c TABLETS PENCILS INKS PENS ERASERS, etc., etc. Pharmacy SPECIALISTS Medicines promptly delivered. & WOLF. HAMMOND, IND. to Our Small strips of fancy LEAN BACON, 4Qn per lb ....... I uC Extra fancy full cream BRICK CHEESE, I" 12c Finest quality ELGIN CREAMERY BUTTER, r. per lb ZOC The famous SANTA CLAUS SOAP, 5 f oT. 15c Tom Griffin's Fine WHISKEY, Yi -gallon jug 89c FLETCHER'S C ASTORIA, The genuine. One to a customer. . . . 21c 1 OVER THE HERE THOST MISSOURI. Claire "Harding of Mexico,' Mo, la here the guest or his brother, C. "W. Harldng and family of Wilcox street for several days. ROYAL LEAGUE MEETS. There was a pleasant meeting of the Royal League held last evening in the K. of P. hall. There was a good at tendance of members and after the regular lodge session refreshments were served. MEET IJf TWO WEEKS. The Colonial 'club did not meet yes terday, but will be entertained at their next regular meeting in two weeks by Mrs. Clark Learning at her home in South Hohman, street. RETCRX FROM VISIT. Misses Dollie and Marguerite Knotts will return home this evening from an extended visit with relatives and friends in Holly and other Michigan points. Miss Eugenia Knotts went to Chicago this afternoon to meet them. MEETING POSTPONED. The meeting of the Up-to-Date Whist club, which was announced to meet yesterday, was postponed for another BE SURE AND ATTEND L. 6. LI s OPENING IN THE RIM BACH BUILDING OVER THE LION STORE, SUITE OF ROOMS 21 AND 22. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, TUES DAY 8 AND WEDNES DAY 9. And see her pretty parlors, which will be decorated with ferns and roses. Her Hats are be autiful and of the most . stylish kinds. Carnations will be given Get These Children STational Biscuit Co's fresh baked COCOANUT TAFFY CAKES, 10c per lb Extra fancy Jersey SWEET POTATOES, per lb. 3C Finest quality new WHITE CLOVER HONEY, -J rn per frame I ulr Fancy bright new crop California Evaporated APRICOTS, 1 n per lb. .......... ..UC CONTINENTAL, Famous 10c Cigar. mule they last, each 6c REXALL LITTLE LIVER PILLS. The finest Liver Pill on the market and every box 7 10c guaranteed. 25c box. ....... I MILLINERY OPENING I Store Septo TEA CUPS week when Mrs. P. Is. Davis will en tertain the club ladles at lier home In Rlmbach avenue. HAVE PLEASANT MEETING. Mrs. M. a Osborn entertained the members of the Fleur de Lis club very pleasantly yesterday afternoon at her home In Plummer avenue. It was the regular meeting of the club and a pleasant time was spent In playing cards. The prizes at pedro were awarded Mrs. John Huber and Mrs. Keyser. A very delicious luncheon was served at the close of the afternoon to the guests who numbered about twelve. Mrs. Patzke will have the members of the club as her guests in two weeks when she entertains at her home, 244 Oakley avenue. VISIT RELATIVES HERE. Tom and Moral Miller of Takoma, 111., will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Smalley of South Hohman street over bunady. Moral Miller will leave Tuesday to begin a college course at v alparalso. REPORTED QIITE ILL. Miss Rose Weinand is reported to be very ill with typhoid fever at her home in Oak street. MATINEE PARTY. Mrs. B. J. Smalley and daughter, Miss Ona, Mrs. Charles Monnett, Mrs. "Wayne Van Guilder and Mrs. Fred Newell com posed a party yesterday to attend the matinee performance of "A Broken Idol" at the Whitney theater in Chi cago. EXJOV RIVER PARTY. A crowd of young people employed in the Keid Murdock office enjoyed a river party last evening. The party went down the river in the "Mar quette" to Rlverdale where they en joyed dancing until a late hour after which an elaborate basket lunch was served in the boat. Those in the par ty were: Misses Virginia Jacobson, Nellie Adelsperger, Edith Peterson, Jessie McCleod, Judith Rosene, Llz- zetta Wolf, Flerscher, Duffner, Kors hie, Bates, Dollie Geib, C. Bates and Mrs. Dany. Messrs. Cantwell, Lem bach, Adelsperger, Crok, Tholma, Zaecers, of East Chicago, Eckman, Kochmit, Holcraft, C. Eckman, Miller of East Chicago, Bothwell of South Chicago and Volney Postt. LEAVES OX VISIT.. Mrs. Charles Monnett of South Hoh man street will . leave bunday for a visit of several days with relatives and friends in Danville and Milford, 111. IS ABLE TO BE TIP. Mrs. Graves, who has been very ill at her home, 747 Michigan avenue, continues to improve slowly and is able to sit up a little each day. HAVE PLEASANT PARTY. The Misses Mable and Lulu Sherby entertained a number of young people very,, pleasantly ,. last,, eveningat their home, 545 Truman avenue, in honor of their cousins, the Misses Ida and Minnie Sherby, who are visiting here from Kalamazoo, Mich. During the early evening informal music was en joyed after which various games were played which added to the pleasant ness of the evening. One of the games which afforded a great deal of amuse ment was a block sewing contest in which only the young men of the party were eligible. Roscoe Livingston was awarded the prize for having the neat est piece of work. In the young ladles' contest which was to find answers on a penny to a list of fifteen questions, five young ladies tied for the prize and it was won by Agnes Hill of Grasselli Several other pleasant and informal games were enjoyed until a late hour when refreshments were served. Among the guests present were: Mr. and Mrs John Sherby, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Sherby, Misses Ida and Minnie Sherby of Kalamazoo, Monta Underwood, Ona Smalley, Beatrice Hansen. Katherlne and Lenore Shaw, Eugenia Knotts, The resa Dorsey, Agnes Hill of Grasselli Beulah Crrson and Gertrude Vander hoof, Messrs. W. J. O'Rourke, Roscoe Livingston, Joseph Shaw, Will Mac Danold of Chicago, Will Daly, Will Buckpit, Frank Hill of Grasselli, Homer Postalwait, Tim Leary and Joe Sherby HAVE HOVSE WARM IN G. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. C. Payne held a house warming at their pretty new home in Wilcox street, last evening for a number of young people of Hammond. Mr. and Mrs. Payne entertained about twenty-five guests. The home was very prettily decorated, the color scheme be ing carried out in red and white. Music, various games and Informal dancing helped to make the evening a pleasant one after which an elaborate four-course luncheon was served. FISH FRY. The Friday night free fish fry at Walker and Colby's wet goods empo rium have become so popular that the management will repeat the treat to its patrons this evening at 244 Fayette street. adv-lt SECURES NEW POSITION. Miss Mary Ruschli has secured a posi tion as stenographer in the Lion store and began her duties there today. IS REPORTED ILL. Mrs. E. J. Seeley is reported to be quite ill at her home, 145 State Line street. The many friends of Mrs. Seeley hope for her speedy recovery. RETURNS FROM THE WEST. Mrs. Viola Smiley and daughter, Miss Faye, returned home yesterday from a pleasant visit of two weeks spent in the west They visited several places Jot interest among them Denver, Colo- rouo opnngs, aianitou and Salt Lake City. LEAVE TO VISIT RELATIVES. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Turner of Tru rran avenue expect to leave the first of next week for a pleasant visit with relatives and friends in Dan villa and Wllllamsport. Ind. HAVE GUESTS HERE. Mra. Robert Rishling and Miss Elfa Siegfer of Monon, Ind., will arrive in Hammond tomorrow to be the guests of Mrs. John C. Lavene at her home In Truman avenue for a few days. Miss Siegfer Is returning to Akron, O.. to resume her studies at college there af ter spending the summer with rela tives in Monon. ... ENTERTAINS WHIST CLUB. Mrs. Jacob Schloer entertained the members of the Blue Island Whist Club, of which she is a member, yes terday at her home In Calumet avenue. The ladles came out In the early after noon and enjoyed an afternoon at cards after which an elaborate dinner was served. Mrs. Thorns Brennan was the only Hammond guest and the follow ing ladies were present from Blue Is land: Mesdames Vertus Robert, Chas. Haas, Herman Schmidt, Henry Nuebert, Henry Klein, illiam Glockson, Cun ningham and Ramlsch. ENTERTAINS AT SHOAVER. Miss Hattie Holcraft will entertain a party of young ladies at a shower Sat urday evening at her home in Hoffman street in honor of the coming marriage of Miss Zelda Love to Mr. Sarber of Chicago. ARRIVES IN HAMMOND. Miss Mable llson arrived in Ham mond today from her home in North ern Michigan, where she has been spending the summer to resume ner teaching in the public schools Tues day. ENTERTAINS AT DINNER. Trustee F. Richard Schaaf entertained the following guests from Hammond at a noon-day dinner In Crown Point yes terday. The dinner was served at the Commercial Hotel in that city. The guests included several of the teachers who are attending institute in Crown Point this week and were Misses Eliza beth Brumm, Laurn Newcomb, Ruby Wilson Etta Henderson, Minnie Schutlz, Edith Carter, Bessie Webb, Delia Friese, Abbie Hathaway, Anna Emery, Messrs Frank Heigh way, F. W. Love and John C. Becker. POSTPONE MEETING. The meeting of the Martha society of the First Christian church which was announced to take place yesterday, was postponed for another week. At that meeting all members are urged to be present as business of Importance will be discussed. RETURN FROM VISIT. Mr. and Mrs. W. E Russell and daughter, Estelle, have returned from a very pleasant visit of a few weeks with relatives in Ohio RETURN FROM THE EAST. Misses Nellie and Florence Shea have returned to their home in Webb street after a visit of several weeks with relatives and friends at Oswego, and other points in New York. Briefs. Miss Beulah and Edwin Drackert will go to Cedar Lake tomorrow to remain over Sunday the guest of friends. MIsa Frances Lake of Chicago Heights is spending a few daya with friends in Hammond. Miss Lake formerly lived here. W. W. Moberly of the Indiana Harbor Sentinel, was in Hammond today on business. MUss 3?auline Sauerman of Crown Point is expected tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Florence Loveridge of Bellvieu Place, for a few days. Dan Brown, proprietor of the Erie Hotel, is spending a few days at his old home in Richester, Ind.. where he is visiting and attending the fair. Miss Candia Schreiber, of Saxony, was the guest of friends in Hammond yesterday. Charles E. Fowler of Indiana Harbor, was the guest of friends in Hammond last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rieger of Hege wisch were visitors In Hammond to day. John F. Jarnecke of Saxony, was in Hammond yesterday afternoon on busi ness. Lady Dentist at "Harvard," IS years' experience. David Pavuks of East Chicago, trans acted business In Hammond today. Mrs. B. Kovacs of East Chicago, was a Hammond visitor yesterday after noon. Mrs. E, F. Kunert, 271 Russell street, spent the day in Chicago. Miss Laura Rohde will go to Crown Point tomorrow to remain over Sunday with Miss Grace SchmaL Roscoe Hemstock has returned from a visit with relatives in Valparaiso. Henry Newcomer is hero fromLowell today on business. Miss Alice Payne of "Waukegan. 111., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. C Payne at their home in Wilcox street, for a fe wdays. Mrs. Dehens of Lansing was in Ham mond today shopping. Mrs. George Zeker of Dolton, 111., was the guest of friends in Hammond today. J. L. Martin was 1b Whiting today on business. Jesse Dilk transacted business in Hegewisch today. Miss Leah Graves is spending the day visiting friends in Chicago. Miss Lulu Groves of Chicago will ar rice tomorrow to bo the guest of her cousin. Miss Frances Lundt at her home in Williams street. Mrs. J. M. Turner and daughter, Miss Hinnie saw "Paid in Full" at the Grand Opera House in Chicago last evening. LOCAL NEWS ON PAGE 7. NOTICE TO TEAMSTERS. AH members of Local No. 362, Ham mond, Ind., must meet Monday, Sept. 7, at Roth's hall not later than 6 a. m. to go to Gary to parade. 2t. THOMAS HARL, fiecy. OPEN KEG OF NAILS AT HIGHLANDS. Preeutlng Attorney D. E. Boone and Secretary of the County Central Com mitte Fred Crumpacker. went to High Towle Opera House. TONIGHT SATURDAY 2Y1ATINEE, 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 absorbing story of life in a great city, with its pathos, humor and true to life characters. THE a RE AT 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 Office. o p E SUNDAY 1 WEEK NIOHTS 15 to 75 WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY MATINt-a 15 to 25 MATINEE 25 to 50 SUNDAY NIGHT 25 to 75 A HOUSE Thro Nights Beginning, September lOth. THE FIGHTING PARSON CALUMET tSlcaoo Three Nights Starting September 3rd Matinee Saturday BURT 5 NICOLM OFEER MISS Beulah Poynter In Her Own Dramatization of Lena Rivers By MARY J. HOLMES AD! IV Distinctly a Woman's Play I LA I Of Woman's Emotions By a Woman For Women Everybody Goes to See "Lena 'Special Alatlneo Labor Day Evenings and Sunday Matinees, 15-2 5-35-50 c Wednesday and Saturday Matinees, 10-15-20-25c Sunday Nights, 25-35-50-75c Lincoln Jefferson COLLEGE of LAW HAMMOND, INDIANA EVENING Two years' course leading to L. C B. degree. Recitations, lectures and practice court. Special Commercial Law Course. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 16, 1908 For particulars Secretary, 500-502 Hammond Bldg, HAMMOND, INDIANA. lands last evening where they held a rousing political meeting and helped in the organization of a republican club. They went out in Mr. Boone's auto mobile and carried with them about a peck of Taft and Sherman buttons. The meeting was held in the school house and was attended by nearly a hundred Highlanders. D. E. Boone made a speech and At torney Fred Crumpacker also ad dressed the audience. Both Mr. Boone and Mr. Crumpacker Teport that the meeting was a great success and they enjoyed their trip very much. Four Nights Beginning Sunday MATINEE, SEPT. 6th. Labor Day Matinee Mon., 2:30. KILROY BRITTON'S Big Hit The Sensational Melodrama "SURE SHOT SAM" By Lem B. Parker A New and Novel Play Big Talented Company Stupendous Scenic Production Seats on Sale at Box Office. Four Nights Starting Sunday Mat. September 6th Matinee Wednesday W. F. MANN PRESENTS Mr. John A. Preston AMD Miss Blanche Latell And a strong company of 35 PLAYERS 35 In the Gorg-eotts Scenic Melodramatic Novelty The Fighting Parson SESSIONS. address the President or YES! We are with the people In their fight for pure milk. We spent $ 1 6,000 to create the plant we have. We invite Inspection. THE HAVMOND DAIRY CO. CORKEH OAKLET MEIUE AMD CLNTOH STREET.