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Tuesdav, Nov. 2. 1909.
HOHOR SIRS. TOLLERf OH
Jlpworth League Gives a
Farewell Reception for
(Special to The Timss.)
Eut Chicago, Ind., Nov. 3. A fare
well reception in honor of Mrs. H. M.
Totlerton, who Is eoag to move rrom
Eaat Chicago next week to South Chas
ter, Vt., was given at the Methodist
parsonage last night by the Epworth
league, of which Mrs. Tollerton has
been president. The affair was a de
lightful one. a company of about forty,
including1 th members of Mrs. Toller
ton's Sunday school class, being: pres
ent. A feature of the event was the pres
entation to the guest of honor of a
beautiful cut glass dish by the Ep
worth Leagrae and a hand painted plate
by the members of her class. Rev. F.
II. Palmer, pastor of the Methodist
church, made the presentation speech
in behalf of the league, and Miss Rhoda
spoke for the Sunday school class, Mrs.
Tollerton responded in a few well
Refreshments were served and there
was music by Misses Lillian and Dollle
Dixon, the former playing the violin
and the latter the piano.
West Point Cadet Killed in Football Gam
(Special to Thb Times.)
Indiana Harbor, Ind., Nov. 2. The
Scandinavian clubs of East Chicago and
Indiana Harbor met in joint session
In this city Sunday and came out em
phatically In favor of Dr. Schlieker and
the republican ticket. The meeting
was hld in the afternon, the place of
meeting being the Auditorium and Wal
ter Harmon of East Chicago presided.
Intense enthusiasm prevailed, and the
indications are that the Scandinavians
of both sections of the Twin Cities will
go solid for Schlieker.
This is regarded as an important
step, and means much for the strength
of the republican ticket.
How a "woman aces envy a man
'when when be struts up the street on
a rainy day with no skirts to draggle!
RUB your etove with your
If the handkerchief be
comes black it shows that the
polish rub off.
It also shows that you are
not using: Black Silk Stove
Black Silk Stove Polish
does not rub off. Does not
It anneal to the iron be
comes a part of the stove.
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taafces oil stoves look like nw
end lasts four times as long as any
othar seine. It is so much better
than other stove polishes that
'tSsere is absolutely no comparison.
It ia ra a class all by itself.
How those are facta that we
want to prove to you.
. As your dealer tor a can or
Sack Silk Store Polish and give
it a fiood trial. Try it on your
cook etove, your patlor stove or
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Siever used yeur dealer is author
d to refund your tuooey.
ilada in liquid or paste, one
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tor vf on errates. tenders, rvgbtwi,
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Lawyers Disagree Over Who
Has Honor of Precedence
in New Gary Police Court
Bretsch and Heart the
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There seems to be a difference of
opinion prevailing: in Gary as to who
really tried the first case in the police
court at the new municipal building: in
The two contenders for the honor are
Attorney Gustave Heart and Clarence
Bretsch. who both claim they tried the
The new city hall building was open
ed last Friday morning by the police
department. Shortly after 10 o'clock
Justice of the Peace P. I Fltigprald
took his seat on the bench and called
the court to order. A number of pris
oners were brought Into the courtroom.
Len "Wilson was the first to be ar
raigned before Judge Fitzgerald, on a
charge of being drunk. Attorney Clar
ence Bretsch arose and entered the plea
of guilty and paid the fine and costs.
Here' Where Heart Ota In the Game.
The second case was that of Mike
Radovlch, who was arrested on a
charge of stealing a bicycle from Rob
ert Costello, a messenger boy employ-1
ed by the Western Union Telefrraph
company. Attorney Gustave Heart ap
peared for his client Radovlch. The
evidence was heard and Radovlch was
bound over to await his trial in the
superior court and placed under $500
Now comes Attorney Heart and lays
his claims to trying the first case in
the new municipal building. Attorney
Bretsch also Is strong In his belief that
he Is entitled to the honor of trying the
first case. Such is the situation at the
present time. It is not though that
the matter will terminate in a lawsuit.
but both attorneys think they are fully
entitled to the honor.
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Stockyards Strong Arms
Driven Out of Gary 400
Deputies Sworn in to Pro
tect Voters Militia in
TO START AHEHIGAH
BRIDGE CO. PLANT
Cadet Eueene A. Byrne, whose death from Injuries received In a football
game between West Point ffid Harvard on Saturday last has called forth a
demond for the abolition of football in the army and navy schools, won note
as an athlete in the Buffalo, X. Y., schools before he was appointed to West
Point three veara ago. He was a son of Colonel John Byrne, formerly chief
of police of Buffalo.
United States Steel's Subsi
diary Industry Will Begin
Operations at Once.
OFFICIALS ARRIVE TOMORROW
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Yesterday Sheriff Thomas Grant re
ceived word from Governor Marshall to
the effect that if It became necessary
troops would be sent to Gary at once
and would be held In readiness for that
purpose. The situation today, howeevr.
has such a calm aspect in the fact of
the precautionary measures that not the
least vestige of trouble Is expected.
Yesterday twenty-seven sluggers
from the stock yards districts offered
their services to George Manlove, chair
man of the republican central commit
tee, and were promptly ordered out of
the office. Later, however, they went
to the Knotts headquarters and re
malned in town late last night, claiming
that they had been hired to do busi
ness next day. The leader of this gang
is a well-known police character,
known as "Dog Faced" Charlie. They
were later driven out of town.
Four Hundred Deputies on Duty.
All day yesterday Constables Frank
Chambers and Martin Johnson were en
gaged In swearing In deputy constables
and at least 200 of them are on duty
today. Chief Martin was also busy dep-
utzing 200 or more deputy marshals
for police duty today. This will mean
that there will be 400 officers of the
law, and It will insure the protection
of every voter who casts his ballot at
the polls tomorrow.
No trouble of a serious nature has
occurred up to the present time, and
It is believed that all of the bad men
of the city have been bluffed out. If
trouble occurs at all it will be after
darkness enshrouds the workers, which
will make them bolder.
Last night the streets of Gary were
alive with men of all classes and poll-
tics putting In their last licks of cam
paign work and discussing the probable
outcome of the election. Much shoot
ing was heard throughout the city, but
Is was promiscuous and no damage was
done. Several fights were recorded dur
ing the afternoon, and the men were ar
rested at once, but they were promptly
released on bond by their respective po
litical organizations and again resumed
Sheriff Grant and his Crown Point
and Gary deputies will remain In the
city throughout the day.
If you take several doses of Papers
Diuretic, all backache and distress from
ut-of -order kidneys or bladder trouble
vlll vanish, and you will feel fine.
Lame back, painful stltchee, rheuma
ism, nervous headache, dizziness Irri
tability, sleeplessness, inflamed or swol
len eyelids, worn-out, sick feeling and
other symptoms of sluggish, inactive
Vnoontrollable, smarting, frequent
urination (especially at night) and all
bladder misery ends.
This unusual preparation goes at
once to the disordered kidneys, bladder
and urinary system and distributes its
healing, cleansing and vitalizing influ
ence directly upon the organs and
glands affected, and completes the cure
before you relaize it.
The moment you suspect any kidney
or urinary disorder or feel rheumatism
pains, begin taking this harmless medi
cine, with the knowledge that there Is
no other remedy at any price, made
anywhere else In the world, which will
effect so thorough and prompt a cure
aa a fifty-cent treatment of Pipe's Diu
retic, which any druggist can supply.
Tour physician, pharmacist, bankr
or any mercantile agency will tell you
that Pape, Thompson & Pape, of Cin
cinnati Is a large and responsible medi
cine concern, thoroughly worthy of
Only curative results can come from
taking Pape's Diuretic, and a few days'
treatment means clean, active, healthy
kidneys, bladder and urinary organs
and no backache.
Accept only Pape's Diuretic fifty
cent treatment any drug atore any
i where In the world.
NEW FLAT BUILDINGS
FOR INDIANA HARBOR
(Special to Thb Timis.)
Indiana Harbor, Ind.. Nov. 2. The
Harbor Building company has let the
contract for the erection of six flat
buildings containing two flats each,
each. The buildings will be located
on Euclid avenue, between 137th and
138th streets, three being on the east
anl three on the west side of the street.
The flats will contain five rooms down
stairs ' and six upstairs, and will be
fitted up with all the most modern im
provements. Brick will be used In the
construction of the buiuldings, wlta
cut stone trimmings.
Lundberx Hae Contract.
Contractor Carl Lundberg, who ha
the contract, expected toi break ground
for the foundations yesterday, but ow
ing to the rain was compelled to aban
don the project. Each lot has a front
age of thirty feet and the usual depth.
Mr. Olsen, who represents the Har
bor Building company in Indiana Har
bor, stated yesterday that as soon as
the buildings are finished they will be
put on the market, to be sold for $5,500
each and on the easy payment system.
The properties are located within easy
walking distance of a number of large
factories so the company should hav
no difficulty in disposing of the build
ings as fast as they are completed.
ADVERTISE IN THE T1MEB.
Engineers and Workman's Tools and
Materials Already On the
Biggest Realty Deal Ever Pulled
in this City, Consummated
J. K. Bairett and J. R. Thompson.
officers of the American Bridge com
pany, will arrive in Gary tomorrow
from Ambridge, Pa., for the purpose
of starting actual work on the plant.
; The engineer's levels and other material
hsve already been shipped and have ar
rived in Gary. Thompson is the chief
engineer for the company.
There is now no question but what
ground will be broken by the first of
next month. This will mean that at
least 500 more men will be employed
in Gary during the winter time In
construction work. The grading will
continue throughout the winter in spite
of the frost In the ground or other
difficulties which may be encountered.
The company Is anxious to begin th
contraction of cars In Gary by the
early part of the year. j
Mast Do Preparatory Work.
Before the ground Is broken on the
; plant It will be necessary to do con- I
slderable more surveying and other en
gineer's work in preparation for the ex
cavations. This, It is believed, will be
completed In two weeks.
The news of the construction of the
plant in Gary Is one of the best pieces
of nervs that Gary has heard In some
time, and already has caused a material
boost In the price of real estate in the
.vicinity of the site.
Calumet Company the Pur
chaser Must Erect
(Special to The Times.)
East Chicago, Nov. 2. One of
most important realty deals that
ever been consummated in last
If all who count themselves happy
?ere to tell, very simply, what it was
that brought happiness to them, the
otliers would see that between sor
row and joy the difference is but as
between a gladsome, enlightened ac
ceptance of life and a hostile, gloomy
submission; between a large and har
monious conception of life and one
that is stubborn and narrow. Maeterlinck.
THIS ISXT JOE.
But for an EVE-OPEXER see him
and get his prices on your carpenter
work. Job work & specialty.
JOSEPH A. SCOTT.
Shop o. 51 Clinton St. I'hon 345
Kealdenre 3SS Ash St.. Hatnmoud. Ibd.
Tube-Uft Man It says 'No Pmok
InK" can't you read?
Vag Pardon me Tt says "Smoke P.
P. C, and that's what I'm doing.
He Won't If She Sees Him First.
No man can really know a woman
until he has seen her sitting on the
back porch drying her hair.
Everybody should know that if can
cer is cut out quickly enough about 63
pr cent, gat well. New York Press.
Illiteracy in India.
Less tlan tlx people out of every
hundred in India have ever learned to
read or writs.
vago was concluded last week when
the entire block, known as the city
park, was transferred by the East Chi
cago company to the Calumet company
of Chicago. The consideration is said
to be $20,000 and one of the stipula
tions is that the company will erect a
building to be at least fifty foot front,
two stories high and to cost not less
than $20,000 on the corner of For
yyth and Chicago avenues. The build
ing must he completed inside of one
year, but it is thought Mr. ftuart
Shepard. president of the Calumet com
pany, will not take advantage of the
year limit, but will begin building, op
erations within a very short time.
Another real estate transfer which
took place about the same time was
for the lot on the northwest corner of
Magoun and Chicago avenuos. Mr.
William H. C. Stege, president of the
Guarante Trust & Savings bank at
Sixty-third and Green streets, Chicago,
was the purchaser in this latter case.
Mr. Stege, who is also a director In
the State Bank of Iinsing, trid hard
to buy a lot in the park, but was un
able to do so. so he did th next best
thing and secured one just across the
streft, which he will hold as an . invest.
ment. He lias not decided yet whether
he will build on the property f,r not.
The priof Mr. Stege paid for his lot
was not made public.
III I SID
A well-dressed man was picked up
on the Lake Shore tracks near Pine,
last night. In an unconscious condition
and taken to Chesterton, where his
wounds were dressed. Later he was
taken back to Gary, where he was
placed In the Mercy hospital at 8:30
The man had been struck by a train,
propably on the B. & O., and knocked
clear down the embankment. One of
the Lake Shore trains in passing this
point noticed the dark form of a man
as he lay in the hollow aside of the
elevated tracks and brought him to
It is not known to what extent the
man has bfen Injured. After he was
take nto the hospital he had not re
covered consciousness and the exami
nation failed to reveal the extent of
the injuries when made this morning.
CLAIMED IN WHITING
(Special to The Times.)
Whiting. Nov. 2. Everything Is quiet
this election day In Whiting, or was so
up to noon, with no outlook for dis
order later In the day. Voting was not
exactly fast and furious, but there
was a good vote during the early
hours of the morning, and everything
seemed to be coming Sehrage's way.
A monster meeting was held last
night In Goebel's hall, which was the
biggest thing of the campaign. There
was a parade, a good band and an
abundance of red Are. Mr. Schrage him
self got out and marched with the
men, and this made a great hit with the
populace which. In spite of the weather,
was well represented on the streets.
Attorney F. M. Gavit had the princi
pal address at the meeting last night
and he made the speech of the cam
paign. Attorney John Westfall was also
n fine fettle and gave a ringing ad
dress. Mr. Schrage contended himself
with just a few words, his sentiments
being reflected in the speech of Mr.
Gavit. Frank Long was another speak
er as was also Paul Scholz and 'Walter
Schrage, who made a speech In behalf
of the board of education, which was
subjected to so much mudsllnglng at
the democratic meeting on Saturday.
He denied everything of which the
board was accused on this occasion, and
did so in masterly fashion.
All. of the republican candidates for
office were present at the meeting and
each one had something to say in be
half of himself and of the republican
Roman Post Homes.
fonx. nouses on Koman roads were
erected every five or six miles. Each
of them was constantly provided with
40 horses and 100 miles a day was an
easy journey. Any one using these
posts must show a mandate from the
Physicians Fees Fixed by Law,
A German antiquarian has found
documents showing that in ancient
Babylon, 4,150 years ago, the sums
due to doctors for treatment were ex
actly prescribed by law. They varied
according to the social position of the
THK TIMF.S COVERS LAKE COVS
TV FO.1 SKWS WITH a FISE-TOOTII-COMH
AD GETS HESCLTS.
Consumes Much Butter Daily.
An authority says that New York
city consumes "1S.0P0 pounds o but
ter everv dav in the year.
MAKES HAIR GROW
Summers Pharmacy Eave an Invigor-
ator That Makes Hair Grow In
Abundantly or Money Back.
If your hair is thinning out gradual
ly It won't be long before that bald
The time to take care of the hair is
when you have hair to take care of.
For thin falling hair the best remedy
known to mankind ,1s Parisian Sage. It
Is compounded on scientific principles
and furnishes to the hair root a nour
ishment that acts quickly and prompt
ly and causes the hair to grow.
But remember this: It kills the
dandruff germ, the pest that appro
priates all the natural nourishment
that should go to the hair root.
Parisian Sge is sold by Summers'
Pharmacy under a positive guarantee
to banish dandruff, stop falling hair
and Itching scalp in two weeks tr mon
It gives to women's hair a lustre and
radiance that ! most fascinating and
causes It to grow abundantly.
Parisian Sage Is now sold in every
first-class town in Asnertca. A large,
generous bottle costs BO rents, and the
girl with Auburn hlr Is on everv
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large stock of
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Jewelry, Clocks, Musical
Instruments and Optical Goods
We make a specialty of Watch and Jewelry Repairing
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT
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63 State Street
Indiana Cornice and Roofing Co.
180 182 Russell St. phone 367 HAMMOND, IVD.
Sheet Metal Contractors Public Work a Specialty
Cornice Work, Steel Ceilings, Furnace
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Kinds of Sheet Metal Work.
Also Manufacturers of Ihj
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tptawmimtMViiJtbiirim twin1 rases
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Single Draw Register (as ahove) $125.00
National Cash Register prices cut 50 to 73 per cent.
You can now buy the Best Cash Register made for what you would have
had to pay for a cheap grade C months aco.
Single drawer, tape printer, total adder, 4 special key mat formerly
sold for 200.00 and 225.00, now 125.00
Trade in your old register of any make and get an up-to-date one.
The National Gash Register Company
85 State Street, (Woodhull Ice Cream Co.)
E. N. BUNNELL, Sales Agent HAMMOND, INDIANA
Phone 177; Residence Phone 385
Call, or phone &nd agent will call and see you.