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Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1908.
THE TIMES. HERE AMD Tlffi If IE GAUJKiET REGIH I i i ii in .. J 1J)!J J I'-,,'-' J .!U lM M L !... .?..'. .1 ...I Day's Grist in South Chicago HOLES IN STREET CAUSE WAGONS TO BREAK DOWN. negligent Repair Work by Peple Gas ami Light Company oa. Cowim rial Avenue, Responsible for Many Mishaps. " A few daya ago two wagons belong-. Ing to the Fair department store in Chi cago, making a trip out to "Whiting, had their springs broken on Commer cial avenue, while driving into a hole between Eighty-ninth and Nlntieth street. The hole in the street was made about a year ago, whea the People'" Gas and Light Company tore up the pavement at that place. It was never properly repaired, and the street de partment should take some action after this and compel till parties after this to put the pavement in as good a condi-. tion as it was before. There has been several mishaps bt.rore, occasioned by wagons driving into this, hole. Same action should be taken to have it re paired at once. Funeral Occurs Yesterday. Miss thel Murphy, a popular South mother of Major George K. Edwards of 256 Ninety-first street, who died Monday morning, occurred yesterday from the residence at 1 o'clock, pro ceeding from there to Qakwoods ceme tery fey carriage. The funeral was, ne of the largest that has taken plae in South Chicago for many yers, as Mrs. Edwajrds. waa one of tin 4Aet anA. bet known residents.. i,n South Chicago and had a large circle ot friands Th deceased leaves to morn her, one son, George K. Edwards, and three grand chlldien, Frank A. Edwards, 900 Hous ton avenue, Mrs. Frank Moyman, 9042 Houston avenue, and Mrs. C. B. John son, 162 Seventy-ninth street. Refuses to Desert Her Work. Tiie funeral of Mrs. Eliza Edwards Chicago girl, who has taken to the stage as a member of "The Broken Idol" company at the- Whitney opera house, refuses to desert her choir sing ' lng work. For the past six years she has been a member of an Episcopalian choir and she insists that she will keep up her duty no matter how many ax-: tra rehearsals may be incumbe!-:l upon her. Miss Murphy, is well knowf, in amateaur dramatic circles, an'. : a planoist of accomplishment. A hn of her acquaintances in the your society are very much delighted :'r'-i the work she is. doing. Pretty Wedding Last Night. X very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mrs. A. It Reeves, 6524 Tale avenue, last night, when MUs Carrie Luella Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Reeves, and Harry "Will iam Bryce, were Joined in the holy bonds of matrimony by Rev. W. O, Sheppard, of the First Methodist church of Englewood. There was but one bridal attendant, and that was Miss Marion "Wieer, a niece of the bride, who acted as flower girl. After the wedding supper was served in honor of the oouple. The couple left this morning for an extended trip through Europe. They expect to be gone for about six months. Cold Weather Coming. The refreshment stands at Manhattan beach are fast dwindling away with the approaching of the cold weather and in another week or two will see the end of the famous "red hot" man and the others. This year has been a banner year for this beach and it was very well adver tised throughout the city. A feature of the advertising was a special page gotten out by The Times whioh was the cause of the large attendance at th,e beach during the hot summer montha. leaves On Fishing Trip. Frank A. Smith of the Wells Fargo Express company, left this morning for Ree Heights, South Dakota. He will Join hia better three-quarters at that place, who preceded him e-ome three weeks ago. He will be absent fifteen days. Fishing and hunting and read ing and" writing and 'rithmetic, will be a few of tfce pleasures indulged in by Mr. Smith. Only Garbage Burning. Fir company No. 46 was called out to 8802 Escanaba avenue about 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, but upon arriving at the scene of the smoke found it to be & garbage box on fire. During: the past few weeks the com pany has scarcely had a call, the last being a dwelling on Exchange avenue, which was only slightedly damaged. Injured In Trench. Paul Tutor of 8553 Buaffol avenue, while working in a trench at Ninety fifth street and the Calumet river, was inured yesterday afternoon when the supporters fell. The ground gave way and the man wa3 caught by a plank which struck him on the legs, break ing his knee cap. He was removed to bis home, Sewer Contract Awarded. The contract for the construction of the Kedzie avenue sewer from. Seventy first street to the Drainage canal was awarded by the Board of Local In provements to T. I Ryan & Company. Their bid for the four and one-half miles of tunnel was $303,037.50. FOR RENT Suite of six rooms;, suit able for doctor's apartment or liv ing, purposes, 8S20 Commercial aw nue, South Chicago. 16-tf HEARD BY, RUKE. Coleago is to have, several dustless roads and in time may even have a smokeless railroad. Break the news gentry to the Hiinoi3GeBtral. Speaking of1 buying' phfUtnaas pres ents earlj there are .some wonderful bargains o be foundiin' Btraw-liats; In South Chicago. Minnesota must hav a generous supply of smoke when it can supply South Chicago and- notlmlss any of 1. The Wisconsin Steel company are working full time and a double, shift at the present time, which is also a very good sign. The revival, of the hatchet in Hege wisch as a weapon, calls to mind the blood-thirsty murders at the Standard Steel Car district last winter. The railroad "men's Y. M. C. A. in South Chicago is not a mere fancy, but will soon be a reality. Many men. start out with good in tentions every day, but afterfriding on the South Chicago street cam they are transferred. A South Chicago man whoi could not find something about the ; 'house the othe night, began to accusohis wife of meddling in his affairs. Officer Roach of the South Chicago police station displayed his abilities the other evening of dotiging rubber boots, water pitchers and" bricks when he attempted to arrest a, Pole on Ex change avenue. He has , already re ceived several good offers ttb join show troupes who have reputUona for re ceiving presents. South Chicago playhouses are re ceiving liberajl support, wh&h. goes to show that all the money wasn't spent last Fourth of July tor firecrackers. That Polish woman who told Judge Lantry that her husband had a right to beat her if he wanted too, clearly showed the signs of being used to i$. "Yes said Shylocsk Bones, the detec tive, "I have seen a.great many things in my time as you may guess." "Discovered some gigantic frauds, I'll warrant,' said Whatn- "WThat's the latest?" Baring his white skinned arm for the parting shot of the hypodermic needJe and blowing huge clouds of smoke from his pipe. Bones lapsed Into, si lence. Knowing that it would be useless to try and fathom his friend's secret, Whatson. also took out a long black I i.-igar from his case and, placing his feet on the table, he waited for some .gn of returning consciousness. After the passing of at least seven j, haul's Boaea Jumped to his feet and j buttoning his great fur-lined coat j .tbout his neck, he stepped out of the j i-uom into the darkness. Hardly had dye minutes elapsed when a window was raised and a stone was thrown Into, the room, which tell on. the floor with a resounding crash, thats hook the house to ita very foundation. In te daj-kness Whatson saw a white object attached to the stone. Stepping noiselessly across tke floor4 his hand came in contact with a piece of paper. Hastily lighting a candle, Whatson saw the writing of Shylock Bones. It read: "Meet me at the corner of Ninety second street and Buffalo avenue at 2 o'clock. BONES." Gazing at the cuckoo clock on the mantle Whatson saw that the time neaped the hour. Throwing on his wa terpoorf coat he stepped into the Inky darkness of the drizzling rain and has tened to the meeting place. As he neared the spot, Whatson saw the shadow of Bone from behind the lamp post. Bones spoke not a word but pro ceeded toward the river, the cabin light from the tug. boats being the only sign of life with the exception of the mournful, une of a grapophone on Harbor avenue playing, "I'm Afraid to go Home in the Dark." Pushing their way cautiously along Bones and Whatson approached the Ninety-second street bridge. Just then the warning whistle from the bridge tender broke through the air and the delapidated old structure began to swing. The two detectives started to run but by the time, they reached the brink a yawning chasm of twenty-five feet separated them. For 37 minutes Bones walked the edge of the embank ment tearing his hair like a mad man. "Curse the luck; foiled again," said Bones. Suddenly twelve shots rong out Into the stillness of the night on the opposite side of the Calumet. A wo man shrieked and a splash, and all was still. Whatson peered into the black waterr and suddenly beheld a shadow walking on the particles of refuse on the water. It was Bones, as Whatson could readily tell by the glimmering light of his cigar as Its light trailed through the darkness below. After the space of about an hou? a Hammond street car came along. The bridge swung in its place and What son, boarding the car, rode across the bridge. For two long hours he had seen or heard nothing of Bones, but on reaching the other side he was met by the detective, who sat on a cobble stone. "Talk to me not," said Bones. "Foiled on my best case, and just by a bridge." And Whatson often won ders why Bones remained in his room tor twelve long days and nights with nothing to console him but his big black pipe. HERE AND THERE. Alderman J. H. Jones has returned from a business trip to New York. Word was received from Archie Buckland, formerly of 9034 Commercial avenue, who is now at San Francisco, -, . .. h,, Mcctpted a lucra tive position at that place. A!r.i:n F. san. who has been spending a months vacation in North Dakota, is expected back in auut .jic4g on Friday morning. Re- ports from Alderman Moynihan's camp say he ts having great" luck with the "finny tribe.' Frank. Smith, 8931 Commercial ave nue, a dniver for the Wells Fargo Ex press company, left thi3 morning for Lee Heights, S. D., where he will spend a two week's vacation and Join his wife and Mrs. Grant Bishop, who have been visiting there for the past two weeks. Mrs. J, Miller of, 10144 Avenue M, has returned from a visit with Crown Point friends. Mr. and Mrs. Schnake of 9159 South Chicago avenue, are entertaining the Misses Agnes Freel and Mayme Klouse of St. Louis. W. E. Baker, 7620 Norman avenue, president of the Baker Coat company, 155 Washington street, was arrested on ,a charge 6 passing an alleged fraudu lent check for $3 on Frank Hauschild, Clark and Washington streets. William A. Rowan of the South Chi cago Calumet, had the misfortune to sprain his ankle on Monday evening, which will confine him to his home for several days. Undergoes An Operation. Word was received from Wn?tei- xr Krimbill, assistant prosecuting attor ney of the Municipal court at South Chicago, from the Chicago hospital, saying that he had underwent a suc cessful operation for annpndlffHs n Monday evening. Mr, Krimbill was taken suddenly ill last Saturday afternoon and ha was taKen to Chicago with all Tosihio haste. Mr. Krimbill was called to his bedside yesterday afternoon and a re port this morning says that Mr. Krlm- biu is recovering nicely. A GOOD BILL AT THE GAIETY THIS WEEK. 1 . . m Vaudeville Act Ae of Good Character Amaleui AiM l a Feature aod "" t Many Ypus Actors. Manager Wilson of the Oaietv h ater, has an exceptionally good bill on for the first part of he week, which is neaaea Dy Scott & Davis, who do a Singing and dancing stunt which Is very fine. The MueMners, who are in a comedy act. are a screamer tvh. Clifford, a singer and dancer, is well appisuaea m ner good aot Williams & Gordon, rapid fire conversationalists, have the audience In continuous laugh ter, Chester & Company, eauilihrlsfs are also good. The motion pictures on thi lrlnnrirAm entitled. "lnkee Man's Fight For i-ove , and a. "Drama, in Seville" are line. Tonight is amateur night at this theater and Is a feature and a large number of young people who think laiem ior tne. stage, are booked for this evening. M PLAY AT CALUMET "As Told in the Hills" Will Open Engagement at Calumet Theater, "As Told in the Hills" will open a three-days engagement at the Calumet theater, Thursdav until Saturday night. "Indian Princess ..--.-.vcvau, wno playa tne part o( Panama" is capable of caring for her part which Is a strong one. "Princess Wah-Ta-Waso" is the granddaughter of the famous, Iroquois chiff. Red Jacket of the Six Nations. She graduated from Notre Dame con vent, Montreal, and her EnsrlisTi is n pure as yours. You have seldom met a woman cf mere perfectgentility and brightness. She is frank, communicative o-n v, eyes snap and laugh, and her skin, while smooth is a copper colored as that of the copperiest squaw. The dresses the Princess wears on the stage are of the costliest buckskin, elaborately trimmed with beads and elks teeth. Her moccasins and leggins are beade also and a white person could not buy them for all the money they navo is Bne prizes tnem so highly.' The "Princess Wah-Ta-Waso" will receive guests on the stn performance Saturday. She will be as eited by other ladies of the company. The play is of fine character and Man ager j. x. conners has arranged to take aic ut a large attendance in all the performances. PLAfJ CHURCH BAZAAR St. Bride's Congregation is Desirous of Lowering Building Debt. Members of the conercentinn nf st Pride's church at Seventy-eighth and Coles, avenue are planning a big time at their bazar and festival which will be given for 10 days from October 19 to za. The proceeds of the festival will e-n towards paying for the beautiful new church which is now already under the course of construction. Manv features are being planned far the en tertainment one of the features will be a contest between CaDtain CharW w Warren, chief of the Municipal court, ana J. J;. Doeley. treneral vanlmati.. of the Illinois Central railroad, who will run for judge f the MunlciDal court The one the largest number votes will receive a prize. of A Word from Josh Wise. "Like a dog will Rnaw a bone when he ain't hungry, a naggin man will nag when he ain't anerv " ODD FELLQViS TO If 1STALL , " . Gary Fraternity Expects to Have Splendid Time on Sept 26. The biggest event which has taken piace m Odd Fellow circles in Lake county in a long time will be the in stallation of the order in Gary on the 26th of this month. , The members of the Gary order have been assured that L. C. Helm, the grand patriarch ojE the. order in Indiana will be present and will have charge of the services The, Caaton uniformed rank of South Bend will be present and "there will be a degree team from Indianapolis which will have charge of the work. There will be members present from Valpa raiso. Wheeler, South Bend, Goshen, Laporte and all of the cities of the Calumet district. The Installation ef the lodge will take place in the lodge rooms at the corner Seventh and Broadway. After the installation of the lodge a banquet will be given in the Victoria hotel which will be one of the finest that has e.ver been given in Gary. The event is one which will be looked forward to by Odd Fellows all over the county. SHOVEL HITS A SALOON The entire front of the saloon owned by Paul Veto and located at the corner Of- Washington street and Thirteenth avenue, Gary, was smashed in. yesterday afternoon at; 3:3(1 when a steam shovel owned by Green & company and oper ated in the building of the. sewex In district number one was turned, a, little too tar and. was, forced through the front of the saloon. Fortunately there was no one in the front of the building at, the. time and so no one was hurt but the dainage to the plate glass window and the window and door casings was considerable. The accident happened at about 3:30 yes terday afternoon. OFFICER ARRESTS MAN FOR BEATING HORSE If there is anything that Officer Roach hates to see next to man beat ing his wife even if she says her hus band has her permission, it is a team ster abusing his horses. He came across such inhuman treat ment yesterday when Ed. Cosgrove was abusing a horse which ho drove for Sam Lacey. The officer promptly arrested Cosgrove and this morning the latter was fined $5 and cost by Judge karitry. Witnesses testified that the animal showed fourteen whip welts over its back. BUILD NINETY MILES OF ROAD. (Continued from page one.) bridges and other improvements which have been made. . It requires only a perusal of the pro ceedings of the county commissioners to appreciate the remarkable amount of work which, has. been done by this group of business men, who are put ting In hours and hours of their time for the benefit of the people of Lake county. Long Trip of Inspection. For instance, yesterday's trip took the commissioners from Hammond tn Merrlllville,' from Merrillville to a point three miles west of the city, where a road was inspected: back through Mer rillville and Ainsworth to. Hobart. From Hobart to a point three miles west of the city, where a new road was in spected; from Hobart to Divemool and Lake Station, where six miles of new road is being hullt; from Lake Station to Miller and Aetna and then to the township line, where three miles of road is being built; back to the road northeast of Hobart which is . being constructed; over to the Lake and Por ter county line road, back to Hobart, and from there to Crown Point and back to Hammond. Attains Bis Impetus. The commissioners report that the good roads movement has attained such an impetus that the people are crazy about them. Everybody in the county is petitioning for a road in one place or another. In such townships as Hanover and St. John, the funds for good roads have been exhausted, but the farmers are still putting In peti tions so that they can be taken up in their order as soon as there are more funds for the purpose. Lake county has already has the fin est system of country boulevards in the state and with the 100 miles of country roads which are how being built, with many important connecting links constructed, the county will have as good roads as can be found in the country. On account of the locating of Gary In Calume township, the greatest de velopment in the building of good roads is expected to be in that section of the county. The people of Calumet township have plenty of money for good roads, and there is certainly a crying need for them. Pretty Shallow Pretext. It has been discovered that the big howl which was raised by the demo crats in Hammond over the so-called failure of the county commissioners to repair Forsyth avenue, is the shallow est sort of political calamity howling. The howlers do not seem to realize that the law explicitly states that a city can go ahead and make their re pairs, and then, by making an item ized statement of the expenditures to the auditor of the county, can have the expense of the repairs paid by the county. It requires only a visit through the county in an automobile to appreciate the fact that the present commission ers are about as af flcient a body as have ever held office. ELOPES WITH r HIS AFFINITY. (Contained from sir ! " ris, her affinity, about four months later. Garris hailed rom Appolo, Pa., where Mrs. Waiter had kuowa a hand some young fellow named Ausley Mc Cracken. McCraokea came to Indiana Harbec with her, and they were on very familiar terms until McCracken's death, about Ave months ago. TIR5S TO GARRIS. She then turned her affections solely to Garris and from that time on he practically deserted his wife and two small children nightly. On one occa sion, Mrs. Garris and a police officer went to the house where Mrs. Walters roomed and found the delinquent hus band in her bedroom, dishabille. Mrs. Walters was nowhere to be seen, and had undoubtedly jumped from the win dow to the ground, a distance of less than five feet, says Mrs. Garris. "My husband gave me up entirely from that time on," said Mrs. Garris, who is pretty and but 25 years of age. "We have been married for over ten years and now he elopes with a woman almost 50 years of age, with gray streaks in her hair. IXTRODUCES HIS AFFIMTV. Less than two weeks ago, she re lated, Garris brought the Walters wo man to his Hemlock street home and introduced her to Mrs. Garris. The scene that followed was one that haa probably never. ben duplicated in criminal annals. "I love this woman," he told his lawful wife. "You must allow her to live and sleep with us or I will leave you." Mrs. Garris did not know what to do and appealed to a Chicago attorney, from whom she re ceived no satisfaction. The theatrical affinity persisted in alluring Garris and finally decided to open her heart, confidingly, to Mrs. Garris. Going to the latter's home she knelt on the floor and, sobbing like a child, told of the undying love she felt for her lis tener's husband. "I will go through hell itself and will suffer the pangs f puaishment rather- than giv hra up," she said, ad was finally thrust from the Garris home by the frail little wife. DISAPPEARED OX MONDAY. This was one of the many incidents related by the real wife ia her en-s deavors to explain her husband's atti tude. The story of his disappearance, is also remarkable. On Monday after noon, Oarris was called to the office of the Inland Steel company and dia- cnargett. .master Mechanic Spellacy roreman, Campbell of the Inland com pany had preferred charges against him, declaring that Garris had accused them of intimacy with a young lady ia the Garris home. He was allowed to draw his wages, amounting to over jjuu. un arriving at the little house on Hemlock street, he told his wife the story and gave he? ?25 with which to paythe rent and buy groceries. "I am going to Canton, Ohio." he told h.r If I get work I will send for you and would advise you to go. to your home in Appolq, Pa. Perhaps I will go to Sharon, Pa., if not successful at Can ton." CRIES A SHE LEAVES HOUSE. With many tears, he left the house and departed, on his apparently east ward journey. It was learned yester day afternoon, however, that Mrs. Wal ters was seen in several stores in the Harbor on the evening before, paying accounts. She had a large sum of money with her, apparently given her Dy trarris. She then left for Chicago on an early morning train, where, ac cording to Mrs. Garris' belief, she was met by her admirer and escorted to some other town. "I am positive that I will never see my husband again, nor do 1 wish to," cried the wife, as she bemoaned the fact that she is about to become a mother. "If I ever find him I will certainly compel him to feed and clothe my little children." ACTIONS MICH DISCUSSED. Mrs. Walters' actions have been talk ed of in family circles of, the Harbor for several weeks and the stories of her misconduct are common property. She was at one time a resident of the Fulton flats, on Block avenue, one of the Harbor's finest residence flats. It was here that she first met McCracken, who is now dead. She ordered a costly casket for him and told Undertaker F. J. Teal that she would pay the cost A collection was taken up at the In land mill among McCracken's friends and workmen and a larjre sum turned into the coffers of the actress to h used in defraying the funeral, ex penses. She has never disbursed the Indebtedness and at the time of her departure was about to be arrested on warrants sworn out by Mr. Teal. WIFE TELLS OF" PLANS. Mrs. Garris has abandoned her home and will return to her parents in Ap ollo, Pa., this afternoon, taking with her the two small children, and many sad .memories of her wayward sDouse. 'He has led me an awfully hard life," she said, "and I am sure that he will be punished for it. He married me in the innocence of my childhood, for I was but 14 years of age. and I am now on the verge of a nervous breakdown. My life has been a nttinfi example of 'married in haste and repented at lei sure.' " Mrs. Garris' relatives are wealthy inhabitants of the Pennsyl vania town and will doubtless employ able detectives to trace the where abouts of the armorous Garris. OW.B.CARRGLL,M.D. BLOOD, SKIN, RECTAL nd CHRONIC DISEASES Catarrh, Ulcers, Eczema, Qo. PRIVATE DISEASES Kidney, Elafl der& All Urinary Affections. Pitea.&c OOW8UtTT)OW rTg-Oulck Cuntlow r Offlc.25S-92.1 ct. ir.tr. '.'wttni 4n SOUTH CHIC0C Fred Peulecke Patterns and ModelB 1 to 36-Horso Power Marine Engine;. - - - - GENERAL & ELECTRICAL MACHINE WORK. I Sold. Stored. AUTOMOBILES ( Repaired. 0122 Erie Ave. South Chicago 741. v LETTER TO Mr, Landlord, Mr. Storekeeper: If it's House Painting, Paper llanging. Decorating, Pictorial and Fresco Painting, or Signs or Window Tickets, WHY NOT SEE US? Our work is of the Highest Grade, our Prices Lower than the Lowest. Drop us a Postal and we wjll call. BL.AISD & GOLDBERG 8Q3:Z Commercial Ave. South Chicago. HE CHICAGO. 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