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Fridav, Oct. 3. 191P5.
!-Ull Ji 1" - l - Ji-i . . THE TIMES. PAGE KTNF, H8S3B2I2 ATER WEST HAMMOND - mm LOT SALE SHJNBBAVmlBHDTOBEItt 5tib9 -119113 Mi U WcBocBt p.m. Bmi 2$) Lolls if be Soldi at 2dDdD SS.OO ISOlPJfU AIM S5.O0 PER MONTH These prices are BnSy Good For Three Bays WEST HAMMOND'S GREATEST SUBDIVISION. Ninety thousand dollars invested in homes the last six months. These lots are located on Williams street, on the Illinois side, facing the beautiful Country Club House, while the finest resi dential section of Hammond adjoins it on the east. STOP BEING A RENT PAYER! Let your rent money be a working investment to earn big profits for you. Others sell lots on the same street at $300. We will build you a home on easy payments. YOUR CHANCE TO PROFIT. Buy now and save $100. Why delay? They are selling fast. Get a home started. Come early and get the best selections. FRANK J. WACHEWICZ, Agent PHONE 1617 109 ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-FIFTH STREET WEST HAMMOND, ILL. RAIL ORDERS ARE PLACED Conservatism "of buyers is empha sized as the accumulations of steel works' order books are reduced. East ern mills are feeling the falling off in business first. according to the Iron Age. Car builders have not had much encouragement as to new contracts, but where business has been offered steel car companies have not been averse to concessions on plates and shapes. The Chicago and Northwest ern is about to close for 2.500 steel un tlerframe cars. The New York Central FREE M Try it lot nasal and dry catarrh, sneezing, cold in the head, hay fever or any complication resu'-ing from chronic catarrh. Keeps the breathing passages open, thus giving sound, restful sleep ana nosnorine. Soothes and heals the inflamed membranes. Fine for nose bleed. Let Komlon's, tlis original and genuine Catarrh al Jelly, at druggists or direct, in sanitary tubes. 23c or 50c. Sample tree. Writ Eondoa Mfg. Co-, Minneapolis. Minn. has closed for 420 steel coaches. j Rail inquiries in the Chicago district amount to nearly 260.000 tons. Octo ber is expected to bring- a number of orders. In the foreign trade figrures are being taken on 10,000 tons for Ar gentina and 8,000 tons for Slam. Brit ish mills have taken 27.000 tons for the Australian government and several thousand tons for the Osaka railway in Japan. The LIthgow mill in Aus tralia closed a 17.000 ton contract on which it receives a government bonus, of $7 a ten. Canada has been a buyer of struc tural steel, 10.000 tons fof bridge work having been closed by one interest. Bids went in on a fi.500 ton section of the New York subway this week. A Havemeyer warehouse in Brooklyn will require about 5,000 tons. There is quite a little railroad bridge work throughout the country. Canadian pur chases of tin plate have just been made in this country to the extent of 300, 000 boxes. Welsh mills made strenu ous efforts for this business. The American Sheet and Tin Plate company has 75 per cent of its hot mill capacity operating both in sheets and tin plates. In the steel pipe trade some readjustment of prices is looked for. A contract for ten miles of 16 inch pipe has been taken by a Pitts burg mill and the Texas company is in the market for forty miles of 6-inch and ten miles of 3 to 4-lnch pipe. The firmness of the pig iron mark", is in contrast with finished lines. present conditions in STEEL CO. CALLS EXPERTS IN ANTI-TRUST SUIT New York, Oct. 2. The steel corpo ration marshaled its experts today to refute the government's charge that it deserves dissolution as an illegal mo nopoly. The corporation took up the defense where it was left off when hearings were suspended last June. It maintains not only that it is not a mo nopoly, but that a monopoly of the steel and iron trade Is an impossibili ty. Professor C. L. Leith of the Universi ty of Wisconsin was the first witness. In answer to a question whether he could estimate the percentage of avail able iron ores in Michigan controlled by the Steel corporation, Professor Leith answered about 30 per cent in 1911 and slightly less in 1912. The witness explained the decrease was due to outside discoveries and explora tions. Outside interests. Professor l,elth said, controlled more iron ore from Michigan than the Steel corpo ration. George P. Crosby, a mining engineer of Duluth, was questioned concerning the Cuyuna ore region, in which he Is 3s "OS iwartrMiiMNYvttcxmMfmtrv'"ftTiv,Ttjr r"iTrrir-"TiinT-i urn i it IS HIKING FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN Light the Patfh to Prosperity Merchants who use Tungsten Electric Signs never lose their way by choosing the wrong road to success. You simply can not fail to attract new cusotmers if you use an Electric sign. It acts like an irresistible magnet, drawing all the trade within its reach. Tungsten lamps give over twice the volume of light of any other incandescent lamp. That is the reason they command the attention of buyers. For Every Store Owner no matter how small his business, the Tungsten Electric Sign is the cheapest and most effective advertising. N HNMANA ELECTRIC CO. , Whiting, E. Chicago, Ind. Harbor Phone 273 Phone 86 Phone 620 -5 nil 4 fx .t Random THINGS AND FLINGS. uxr plain Ivory mtey lantead of Canhmlr BOqnrt while taking bathf SCIENTIST says that the horseless age is fast ap proaching but judging from the spread of the suffragette cause there will always be some hapless husbands) In harness. A GOOD APPOINTMENT. Read that an In dian has been ap pointed registrar of the treasury and will sign all of the paper money. Considering the way money vanishes now days it Is quite appropriate to have it bear the signa ture of the vanishing red man. NEW industry in California is the bottling of orange juice. If the gold en atate native sons were democrats instead of bull moosers they might be bottling grape juice instead. SAILOR In the navy vraa fourtmnr tlalrd and fined flOO because he wore overall on a holiday when be greased machinery. Wonder what the penalty la when a naval eoal paftner happens to ENTERPRISING fellow in Chicago has written a book about that city's proposed terminal depot. If a man ever wrote a book about the depots along the Erie railroad the volume would stand a good chance of being adopted by colleges to give students an adequate id-ea of sanitary condi tions in the middle ages.. AUTOMOBILE ran amuck In Chi cago the other day and injured three persons. Considering some of the Joy riders the auto has to carry one can't blame it for being goaded to desperation. s CLEVELAND dispatches say that John D. Rockefeller entertained sixty Italian laborers at a musicale held in his home. Is Jawn D. trying to in fluence the Italians to use gasoline in stead of coal for cooking- purposes? CABLES bring news Of Dig earthquake In Panama. But Thl will be nothing To the earthquake that will l"pet aonte of the republican Poarmaatera aa noon aa the Democrat et buoy. ALTHOUGH a lot of the railways have adopted the motto "Safety First," one can't help wondering that "Divi dends First" still dominates most of them. On the New Haven line the motto Safety First" after dividends. SEVEN LEAN YEARS AHEAD? Oary paper says that Mayor Knotts had a dream about cows the other night. Inasmuch as hizsoner has been In office and waxed rich for seven years this may have some relation to Pharaoh's dream about the seven fat klne and the seven lean kine. JUDGING from some of the eggs served at the breakfast table there is a crying need for the introduction of eugenics into the barn yard. SEE that Rip Van Winkle Is being played at a South Chicago theatre. Does this mean that South Chicago has finally become a theatrical Sleepy Hollow? Miss Gladys Mason. Miss Gladys Mason is on a long hike from New York to San -Francisco. She has already passed through Chicago and hopej to reach her destination some time this year. She says the aim of her trip is to demonstrate the benefit of physical culture life, and show the people that we eat too ranch and take too little exercise. interested. He explained that this land is and has been open for lease to any one offering a fair price. He es timated the available oro in the Cuyu na range at 100.000,000 tons, and add ed that much of the region was unexplored. LABOR NEWS car Boston The national headquarters of the United Shoes Workers of Ameri ca are to be moved to Boston. Glasgow Journeymen tailors Scotland have received an increase 10 per cent in wages. Indianapolis Uniaed Mine Workers of America this month pay the second installment of B0 cents a month aoward an international fund to aid striking miners in Vancouver, West Virginia, Southern Colorado and elsewhere. Boston Clgarmakers' Union No. 97 of Boston has voted hot to permit foreigners to membership until they have been in America at least a year. This is one of the strongest labor organizations In the country. GAS & Phnn If! DON'T GO TO LAW Our Abstract win show you whether yor ar buying land or a law suit. ALLMAN-GARY TITLE COMPANY (awnn BROS A to DIXWIDDIK. CAPITAL $100,000.00 Abstracts of Title to Lands Lake County, Indiana. OFFICES: 664 Broadway, Gary, Ind. Allman Block, Crown Point, BRANCH OFFICE: Chicago Title A Tract Company, Chicago, Ilk Ind. a II I II IU.I.U,.! n.,,, t ! Ill i x' ::-x-:.:-S.-:-.-v... . -i. "' '' .....'.: .. : N X x Nr,v.rV,-:,.,. J viX. - ' ' iYJ , 1 i: I Pabst Brewing Co. ; - : tW, :. Telephone 934-M F , V , ' Oakley and Fayette Street ' Hammond, Ind. '', "' , y (,' rf r,"ir V ii minim' miiiiiiiiiMi mi ' n a v , vjl - ,1 j ' ' ' .'. '. Cofivnfrht 1913. Pabst tirtmn Co. J