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Thursday, May 18, 1911.
Crown Point Hews THE TIMES. Happenings of a Day in Lake SHUCKS From the Diary of Si. Lence Thet Albert Lewis feller could hev been chief o' police fer two er three terms more yet ef he'd only taken er few lessons in courtin' off Mayor Knotts et al. Don't he know thet 'y kin put off er trial indefinitely by post ponin', change o' venuin', an" havin' yer lawyer down t' Indynoplus convenient when yer trial comes up? Ther oughter be 'n eppydemic o' ous ter proceedin's in many Lake county towns an' cities. , , J ..,.... j An order for about ninety new books has been sent to A. C. McClug & Co. this week. I .Two mors boxes of traveling libraries : will be returned to Indianapolis very foon, in order to make shelf room for! the new books. The children's books are being re labeled this week. A few of the June magazines have arrived. Some of the timely articles are as follows: , j Colliers "Fashion in Woman's oat I Plumage." by Annette Bradshaw; "Gardening for Those Who Have Little Time," by Julian Burroughs; "Baseball I Prospects for 1911," by Herbert Reed. Cosmopolitan "What Are You Going to Do About It?" by A. H. Lewis; "Ro din, Apostle of Realism," by Gardner Teall; "Rounding up the Red Men," by Gen. Nelson A. Miles. Outlook "Workmen's Compensation,' by Theo. Roosevelt; "The Cost of Dis ease," by Earl Mayo; "Home Life of Working Girls," by Mrs. X. D. Allis; "Life and Labor on the Continent," by Booker T. Washington. Lake county farmers are taking to the automobile like a duck to water these days, and it is getting so that it is a poor scrubby acre that can't show a "smell-car" of some kind or other. Meeker & Claussen, the local agents for the Studebaker, E-M-F and Flanders car, have recently disposed of nine of their machines to Lake coun ty fn..r.ers, three of them arriving this FiiniUw for Chester Guernsey, Ed a.u J. Pratt, farmers living in tMs vicinity. Mr. Farmer is going to gut a little use and pleasure out of those stone roads he has been going down in his wallet for during the last few years. West Hammond Trust Savings E)anl; FIRST and ONLY Bank in West Hammond. Pays 3 per cent interest on Savings Deposits. One dollar will start a Savings Account. Don't put over for tomorrow what should be done today. Open your Account now. West Hammond Trust & Savings Bank West Hammond, III. V. H. MESSENGER, President. P. I. MUSCHELEWICZ, Cashier. Directors: CHAS. H. MAYER, A. J. CAMPELL, M. H. F1NNERAN, M ROTSCHILD, , V. S. CURTIS. V. H. MESSENGER Little Journeys with the Gas Man No. 11. About Frying. For frying oysters, fritters, croquettes, dougbonuts, and everything else which requires very hot fat, there is nothing so satisfactory as a Gas Range. The heat which conies from Gas is intense and can be kept at one point indefinitely. . Griddle cakes can be cooked on the ordinary griddle over a top burner. ' There is, however, a special grid7 die for use on Gas Ranges, which will be found more' satisfactory. It simply requires thorough heating and a clean surface, polished with a slightly greased pad. There is a waffle iron which may be used on any Gas Range without extra attachment. The iron should be greased thoroughly and made very hot before filling with batter. "Keeping Things Warm," tomorrow. Northern Indiana Hammond, Whiting, County's Lively Capital The baseball management is making an effort to purchase the small grand stand now on the grounds and owned by private interests, with the Intention if the deal goes through, of extending the structure an.i making it nearly three times as large as at present. The added cost of signing salaried players and expenses connected with the North ern Indiana Association games maUes it necessary that the club avail itself of all the revenue possible, and the move to secure the grand stand as a financial asset to the club is being made with that end In view. The graduating exercises of the Crown Point high school will be held at Central .Music hall on Saturday evening, and one of the largest classes in the school's history, numbering thir teen pupils, will end their school work on that evening. A cordial invitation is extended to the Crown Point public interested in school work to attend these exercises. Following is the pro gram: "Now is the time to act." See, the Conquering Hero Comes, Handel High School Chorus. Invocation Rev. H. H. Dunlavy. Calutatory Lena Heick. Solo Miss Lelia DaNuser. Address "The Art of Seeing Things," Wirt Lowther, D. D., Fairbury, 111. March Snow, Relnecke Op. 156 High School Chorus. Valedictory Ruby Dlllabaugh. Moonlight and Music, Pinsuti High School Chorus. Presentation of Diplomas. Benediction Rev. II. H. Dunlavy. Congratulations. Class flowers Old rose and cream sweet peas. Encouraging reports come from Mer cy hospital in Chicago, where Mrs. Ainsworth recently underwent a criti cal operation. Her daughters were in the city to see her yesterday and re port that everything points to her complete recovery, which is welcome news to the many friends of the family in Crown Point and Lowell. Mrs. August Hildebrandt is hostess at a luncheon at her home on Main street today, the affair being given in honor of Miss Floretta Hildebrandt whose approaching marriage to George Letz at an early date has been an nounced. Prof. Harley Hartman was initiated into th mysteries of the third degree at Masonic lod;?e last evening. If the town has any oil that it does not know how to use after the firs application of the dust layer on Crown Point's streets, an application of the remainder on the street from the Erie K. M. WOSZCZYNSKI, RICHARD ZIMMERMANN, WM. D. WEIS, J Gas & Electric, Co. East Chicago, Indiana Harbor rTif8. depot to Main street with be appre ciated by hundreds using that stretch. The marriage, of Miss Nellie Thomas. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, to Mr. Peter Miller of Chicago was solemnized yesterday. After a short stay with Crown Point relatives the couple will leave for Chicago to make their future home. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Daugherty returned last evening from a visit with Chicago friends. Herman E. Sasse is visiting with friends in Chicago today. Mrs. Seberger delightfully entertain ed a party of lady friends at her home on Clark street Tuesday afternoon. A. A. Bibler transacted business in Chicago yesterday. The alumni banquet to the graduat ng class of 1911 will be given at the Methodist church parlors on next Tues day evening. Peter G. Fage ntransacted business in Chicago yesterday. ROBERTSDALE. Mrs. John Minseberg of Harrison av enue and sister, Mrs. Tomm of Whit ing, are contemplating a trip to Europe about the middle ef June. An ice cream social will be given at the Franklin school tomorrow evening. The proceeds of the evening will be used for the benefit of the school. Come and bring your friends. Stephen Langohr of Indiana boule vard spent the day with relatives in East Side. Miss Selma Ehlers of Roberts avenue was the guest of Hammond friends yesterday. Arthur Stross of 116th street was an East Chicago business visitor Wednes day. County Commissioner Schaaf is re modeling his home in Indiana boule vard. The store front is being torn down and the rear part will be made in a dwelling. Ground has also been broken for his new home, which will be built just east of his present home, i C. I. HofTtnan nas the contract for the building, which is to be of frame, two 1 stories ln helghth. It Is to have eight rooms and be modernly equipped in ev ery detail. The Ladies' Bible class of the Evan gelical church held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. John Soltwede in Harrison avenue Monday evening for the purpose of electing committees and attending to other important matters. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson of the Hoffman flats are the proud parents of a baby boy, which arrived at their home Tues- da j Mrs. Ed. Freeman and Mrs. Fourear were the guests of Mrs. Black of Chi cago Tuesday. Postmaster F. Richard Schaaf at tended the Bankers' convention at South Bend, Ind., today. John Blaul of Roberts avenue was the guest of Hammond friends last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Brecknmn entertained a number of out-of-town friends at their home in Roberts avenue last even- lnt? Mrs. S. Dickmeyer o, Ind.ana boule- . . . . .. - . . vara returned nome aner a rew weens- vlolt with kr lolor Mra SMn.vSmllh of Detroit, Mich Mrs. Agnes Robert.3 and daughter. Miss Amy, spent Tuesday in Woodville, Ind., the guests of the former's brother, Henry Atchison. 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. Ackerman of Chicago! have moved into th Vnir rntt, at th ! corner of Reese uvenue and Indiana boulevard. Mrs. John Shaaek of Harrison avenue was a South Chicago shopper Wednes day. Don't fail to attend the May dan cing party, given by the Bachelor club, Saturday evening. May 20, at the Whit ing Skating Rink. Music by Whiting band. 17-4t SOUTH CHICAGO. "Happy" John Xagle, whom the po lice arrested as a suspect in the S. Lederer Co.'s fire Monday night, has confessed and admits he had an accom plice, but will not tell his name. Nagle told the police that on Monday night You Ought To Know that impure blood with its weak ening results, unpleasant breath, headaches, unrestful nights, poor appetite, sallow skin, pimples and depression, comes from constipation have been doing good to men and women for many, many years and their value has been tested and proved. They remove the cause of physical troubles. A few small doses will show their safe tonic action on you. Beecham's Pills will surely help you to an active liver, a good stomach, a sweet breath, clear head and refresh ing sleep. In young or old they will Relieve Constipation Sold Every where, la tout 10c and 25c WHITING AND ENVIRONS WANTED To do porter work and wait on table; good tip money and posi tion. Oscar Goldsmith, Indiana boule vard and 114th st. Whiting, Ind. 18-3t The Whiting High School Alumni as sociation held a meeting on Tonday evening at the high school building. The annual election of officers took place, the result of which is as follows: President Miss Bessie Naef. Vice president Miss Helen Mattern. Secretary Miss Edith Gardner. Treasurer Russell F. Smith. Arrangements were begun for the an nual banquet to the graduating class for the purpose of which another meet ing will be held this evening. Calumet Pleasure club gives a dance at East Chicago Rink Saturday night. Gentlemen 60 cents, ladies free. 18-3t Mrs. Z. Dickenson was the guest of friends in Grand Crossing last even ing. Miss Josephine Jewett is entertaining Miss Georgia Conrad of Fort Wayne, Ind. Mrs. Emma Pickering and children have left for Fort Wayne, Ind., where they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Davidson of Laporte avenue have returned from Michigan, -where they spent a few weeks and enjoyed a very pleasant time. Cleveland Dickinson has resigned his position as drummer In the Derby the ater, Gary, where he has been employed for seevral months. ' The class of 1909 of the Whiting high school had a beach party last evening in honor of Miss Josephine Jewett's guest. Miss Conrad of Fort Wayne. Miss Irene Putnam entertained a number of her scholars at a party at her home on 119th street on Tuesday evening. The children enjoyed a most pleasant time. Superintendent W. W. Holliday was ln Chicago yesterday on business. A number of the Whiting school teachers formed a party last evening and took advantage of a number of the amusements at the White City. George Parker of New York avenue has taken a position at Buffington. Mrs. William Lloyd of East 43rd street, Chicago, was located through he went under the front sidewalk, lit a Piec of PPer and threw it in the hay and in a moment the place was a seeth- ing mass of flanes. Monday night an attempt also was made to burn the Wachsler barns at 8824 Commercial av- , enue. j The hot weather which has been pre- I vailing for the past week is claiming i victims most every day. Yesterday J. 1 Kmlnski was nvfrrnm. hv thp heat at 108th street and St. Lawrence avenue , . .. .... ......... .. .! ana lel1 "" rele lo ms oealn- 1,vea at 920 st- Lawrence avenue. The fol- e overcome by the heat.: Modiste Celliskl overcome by heat Wrk,n arUnd blaSt fUr"a'3 at thn IlllnnU Ktl r-nm rn m- nr.,j . j - j tiOn not SeriOUS. William Hardly, 40 years old, 2004 E. SSth street; overcome by heat while ' talking on Commercial avenuerlaken home. JU,SS Adrnes .tveny, luaoj tncusgn iv. enue; took Pison at the home of a friend, 9216 Commercial avenue and was removed to the South Chicago hospital in a serious condition by the police. She refused to give the police any Informa tion concerning the matter. MERRILLVILLE. "Ralph Pierce, N. Burge and Henry Walters are all at Hammond today at tending court. The Ladies' Aid will serve ice cream next Saturday afternoon and evening and every Saturday during the sum mer months. Mrs. Arnold was shopping in Ham mond yesterday. John and Ben Bothwell have their Maytag demonstrating car home. Mr. and Mrs. William Prott are Crown Point visitors today. j Nick Kredyker. Walter Blatchley and Charles Har-; Mrs. Dick tJchoon returned Friday ness are wearing a broad smile a son from a week's visit with Chicago rela arrlved at each home Tuesday. 1 tives. Mrs. Mat Lennertz returned today from a few days' visit at Chicago Heights. F. B. Price Is at Big Sandy, Mont., visiting his son, Harry, and looking over state land with the intention of buying if he ca nbe suited. BURNHAM. The Ladies' Aid society of the M. E. church will meet at the home of Mrs. Argadine next Thursday afternoon. Ev erybody welcome. Mr. Marknian of Chicago was ap pointed attorney for the village Wed nesday evening. President C. W. Whitney of State line spent Tuesday evening here on busi ness. Misses Agnes McGary and Mary Hayes spent Tuesday evening in Ham mond with friends. Choir practice Tuesdny evening at the home of Mrs. Luke Reed. Mr. and Mrs. George Phillips of Cen ter avenue are entertaining company from Chicago this week. Mr. and Mrs. John Patton, who have been staying with the latter's mother, are preparing to go to housekeeping on Park avenue. Mrs. D Frank of Park avenue is lm proving her house very much by treat ing it to a new coat of paint. T. J. Cullman of Hobart is spending a few days here on business. Mrs. J. S. Doe and daughters, Lillian and Albena, spent last evening in Ham mond shopping. TlMEsT ADVERTISING COUNTiJ. the Chicago police as being the daugh ter of John Houll, aged 95 years, who was picked up by the Whiting police on Monday night. Houll had wandered away from his home and could not re member the address of his daughter's home. Mrs. Lloyd came out yesterday and took her father home with her. She was much pleased over finding him, as his disappearance had caused her great worry. The baseball game of the season will be that between the Methodist and Con gregatlonal churches, which will take place at Forsythe ball park on Tuesday afternoon. May 23. The lineup has not yet been completed, but will be within a few days. Refreshments will be served on the grounds by the Ladles' Aid of the two churches. In honor or the event the public schools will be closed next Tuesday afternoon, as will also the stores. The re-appointment of school teach ers for the Whiting high and public school for the term of 1911-12 has been made by the board of education The list of re-appointments is herewith appended: W. W. Holliday, superintendent. George M. Baum, manual training su pervisor. C. C. Hoover, high school mathetnatle teacher. Elizabeth Carlisle, commercial. Helen Tanquary, latin. Beatrice Brickwood, English. Ethel Kirby, history and civics. Helen O. Klatt, German. Edith M. Docker, domestic science. Emily Johnston, science. Mabel Barnhart, music. Grade Traphrn. Laura Ijivey, spelling and writing. Helen O'Hara, arithmetic. josepmne Jewett, history and geo grafihy. Grace Chapman, language. Irene Putnam and Louise Randolph fourth grade, Florence Kiefer and Bes sie Naef, third grade. Delle Fieries and Grace Smith, sec ond grade. Gaynelle Eaton and Bertha Tull, first grade. Beatrice Hollinger, kindergarten di rector. f Florence Lee, kindergarten assistant. ST. JOHN. Mr. and Mrs. M. Grah of 'Hanover Center were St. John visitors today. August Koehle and George Hilbrich made a buslenss trip to Dyer Wednes day. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Klassen this week. Jacob Scherer transacted business business in the western part of the co"ntr Tuesday. Frank Thiel traansarted huslnos In Chicago todav . veronica Keilman was a visit orff TwdndaT , Monon " edne.sda. in CrZ-nintZZ7: I ln v row n t oint j esterda . Richard Muthard spent today with relatives in Chicago. George Keilman was a Hammond visitor Wednesday. Gerlach Bros, shipped a carload of live stock to Chicago today MUNSTER. Mrs. Vansteenberg and daughters, Ada and Nina, of Lansing visited at the home of Mrs. H. V. Kaske. Mr. Van Horn of Indiana Harbor was here in his auto. Ray Kaske has gone to Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Danstra and baby vis ited at the home of Mrs. Bakker. Mrs R. B. King, who has been visit ing at the home of herp arents. Mrf and Mrs. H. F. Kaske for some time, has re turned to her home in Minneapolis. Our mail man still has some Jiice col lies for sale. BLACK OAK. Mrs. Sam Paulson of Chicago is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hoffman, salesman for Libby, Mc- MONEY BACK Hyomei is Guaranteed to End the Misery of Catarrh, Colds, Sore Throat and Croup. Get a Hyomei (pronounce it High- -o-me) outfit today. Pour a few drops from the bottle into the little hard rubber pocket in haler that comes with each outfU and breathe it four or five times a day. I m m e d i a tely you will know that Hyomei soothes and heal.s the Infiammed and irritated mem brane. Break Up That COLD But Hyomei does more than soothe and hea it kills the germs. those persevering pests that are at the root of all catarrhal conditions. A complete Hyomei outfit wTiich con sists of an ( indestrhctibie pocket in haler costs only $1.00. If you now own a Hyomei inhaler, you can get an extra bottle of Hyomei for only 50 cents at Summers Pharmacy and drug gists everywhere. Won'tW skirts or trousers. Handy, tlcan and quick. - No turpen tine. No add. THE r. F. DiALLEY CO, Ltd Neil, Libby Co. of Chicago, transacted business here Thursday. Miss Gertrude Koedyker spent Fri day at Hammond. Mrs. Charles Strauch, Chas. Strauch, Jr., Harry Coooke and the Misses Louisa and Len Strauch saw Collmar Bros.' circus at aHmmond Friday. Mrs. William Kansfield and Laura Shay of Hessvllle spent Friday here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. PhavV Mrs. Henry Euler spent Thursday at Hammond. LOWELL. OBITUARY William N. Morgan was born In West Creek township. Lake Co., Ind., May 9, 1867, and died at the home of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morgan, in Savonburg, Kan., Sunday, May 14, 1911, at the age of 44 years and 6 days, leaving a daughter, Marjorie Morgan; a father and mothers, two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Smith of Centerville, Mich., and Mrs. Myrtle Smith of Savonburg, Kan., one half sister, Mrs. George Lawrence, of Urbana, 111., and many distant rela tives and friends to mourn his loss. He was united ln marriage to Miss Mary I. Ferris, May 8, 1897, who preceded him in death four years ago. He was man of a very congenial disposition and had many warm friends in thi community. The cause of his death was consumption. The body was ship ped back to Lowell and were taken to Schurbenville, where funeral serv ices were held in the Methodist church. conducted by Rev. Johnston, pastor of the Lowell Methodist church, yesterday afternoon. Interment was ln the church yard cemetery. Miss Elizabeth Bain, who has been teaching music and drawing in th schools of a town in Louisiana, has re turned home for the summer. The Lowell and Schneider ball teams played a game at Schneider last Sun day, and the visitors beat the locals 15 to 5, which did not set well with some of the quick tempered Schneider- Ites, and before the game was over swell's score keeper. Will At wood. a graduate of the Hammond high school and himself some athlete, was choked and otherwise handled roughly. and a young lad named Matter knocked down. was HIGHLANDS. Miss Houk of Crown Point gave her weekly music lessons yesterday. A new son was born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Quadlln last evening. Master Fred Bolt was a Hammond visitor today. Mr. and Mrs. J. Croppman and daugh ter, Anna, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Kraus last evening. Master E. Quadlln was a Hammond visitor today. Dr. Iddings of Griffith made a call here last evening Mrs. M. J. Grimmer was a Ham mond shopper Tuesday. Miss Anna Melcher will go to the Chicago school for the remaining days of the school year. STIEGLITZ PARK. Mr. and Mrs. Callahan were Whiting i visitors last night. -I Miss Anna Sullivan of Indiana, Har bor visited here yesterday. Mrs. Evans has recovered from a three weeks' Illness. Mamie O'Keefe is on the sick list. Mrs. Ed. James was a Whiting visitor yesterday afternoon. Margaret Lucy has been on the sick list for the past few days. Master William Bock is getting along nicely how. CLARK STATION. Yesterday was the first day that we pot our telephones, and the people cer tainly took advantage of the fact by calling up all their friends. Now we can telephone for medical aid, police or fire department, or anything we want and consider ourselves in the outside world. Mrs. If. Sickel of Chicago spent the day with relatives here. William Much of Pine spent the evening with Clark Station friends. Fred Holifield of Gary spent last evening with Clark Station friends. Wm. t-chmetzer and Damon Schmetzer of Clark were Gary visitors yesterday. H. Burns of Chicago spent the after noon on business here. GRIFFITH. P. M. McNeal of Chicago transacted business here today. A. R. Arnold of Peru stopped off here a short time looking after his real es tate interests. y. J. Brltton of Lafayette called on friends here yesterday. Our schools are' holding their last bi monthly examination today and tomor row. P. J. Beriearer, and Matt Grimmer are at Fort Wayne on business connected with the C. C. L. lodge. J. Gates of Valparaiso and his broth er from Indianapolis were visitors here yesterday. HEGEWISCH. Mrs. Malmstone of East Gary, who has been visiting her son and family at Roseland, is here spending. a few days with her daughter. Mrs. V. A. Beckman. Miss Brauer of Hammond was the guest of Miss Mabel Anderson of Com mercial avenue Tuesday afternoon. Daniel Jordan has now completed the remodeling of his coal office, where he has had a large plate glass window put in the front in place t the small one. POLISH DAJXY FASHION HINT. 5134 LA DIES' DRESS. Very simple but very graceful, this dres s suitable for home or street near. It can be made quite "dressy ty seiec:ln,? some of the li2!it silks so much in votrue, or if a plain effect be sought, perge, cash mere, cneviot. satin, afld aio iuon v.aH ficrics as lintn, ginsham and pongee will be excellent. The aist of the dress is ms.de In peas ant style, with a seamle&s shoulder, tha j front closing in surplice fashion over, a iat. int ijts is inmmea. un & box pleat down the centre. 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