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Hammond Lake County Times (Newspaper) - December 24, 1906, Hammond, Indiana Monday dec. 24, 1906.the Lake county times Page three. Gary news attorney Wildermuth left this afternoon for his Home for the holidays. Or. A. C. Stephens left for his Home in the East for a visit during the holidays this afternoon. A. Krotts is spending sunday at Porter with his people the Springs property. Reed Chambers the City engineering corps has been quite ill for several Days wit a had cold but was Able to to out this evening. Or. And mrs. Cutler spent last evening in Chicago at the Home . Cutlery smother. Mrs. Cutler will probably remain there during the holidays. The Case Miller is. Falkenau before judge Fitzgerald came up this morning. The j Edge set next saturday at to clock for the attorneys to argue the Case. The Board trustees held its regular meeting this afternoon. Or. Caldwell was unable to attend account a Rush work in the offices the North Side. Little was done beyond taking care routine matters. Or. Rowley chief Engineer spent the larger portion this afternoon checking up the work the interurban line. The work has been going ahead very rapidly and a Long stretch the work near town is ready for the ties and rails. J. Flyn Sawyer the firm Knotts amp Bomberger Hammond spent this afternoon Here looking after Legal interests for the firm and also attending the meeting the Board trustees in the place . Bomberger the town attorney. The steel employees who live in the cottages the North Side Are beginning to App recite tile fact that they live along the Lake. The Cool breezes sweep Down across the Lake in a veritable Gale these Days penetrating every Nook and Crevice until every one hugs the stove As though it were mid Winter. The sudden change to cold weather congealed the ardor a Large number the floating labourers the North Side. Seventy five these men working for Lanquist amp Illsley a Xii work this morning and scattered in different directions most them planning Southern destinations. The Steed company lost about a dozen its men. One the employees for the contractors was quite badly Hurt yesterday afternoon the North Side. Through some mistake the scoop one the Large steam shovels was allowed to drop striking the Man breaking several ribs and bruising him somewhat. Or. Templin took care the Case. A leter from tames Gatens Amherst o., tells his enjoyment Home life anti also his intention remaining at Home. While he was Here a Law suit in which his wife was suing a Street company for damages for an injury received while alighting from a car was decided giving mrs. Gatens $4,000. This took James Home and since going Back he has been offered an attractive position there and unless lie can persuade mrs. Gatens to come to Gary they will remain in their old Home. James was employed Here As locomotive Crane Man being the first tile work anti the first Man to run one the Large Twenty ton cranes. Born to . And mrs. Charles Jordan dec. 19, a daughter. Born to . And mrs. Wilburn Irish dec. 20, a son. James Parks is spending the holidays in Plymouth. Ind. Or. And mrs. Hesse spent sunday with mrs. Hesse s Mother mrs. Johnson. In the evening at 7 p. In. No admission. All Welcome to attend. Stony Island. City ind., to spend the holidays with i relatives. Valparaiso news. John Snyder is in Chicago to visit Over new years. Edgar Whitebread made a trip to South Chicago saturday evening. Or. Joseph Quinn is visiting in Frank Carl Paulsen Ann Arbor is Here to spend Christmas with friends. William Wilson Indiana Harbor is Home to spend Christmas. Miss Frieda drowns saw a Monte Christow at the Calumet theatre. Otto Knitter Stony Island has gone to Wanatah ind., for a few Days visit with his parents. Mrs. Tucker Buelah mich., sister mrs. E. Al Vanderhoef Harrison Avenue who died at Beulah wednesday was buried at Oak Hill cemetery via Hammond saturday morning. Rev. Ii. Hah Huber the evangelical Church Preache the Sermon. Mrs. Tucker leaves a husband sister and Many friends to mourn her. Harry Spriggs has gone to Bellevue o., to spent Christmas with his parents. Joe Wil Saei is in Chicago and will spend Christmas with friends. Miss Sable waft and miss Ella Bloom Valparaiso ind., Are visiting their Cousin mrs. George Hall until after Christmas. William Daly is in Chicago business. John reason Spiro neb., is visiting with his sister mrs. Mary Kuehl . Van Deeren South Bend ind., is Home visiting his parents Over Christmas. George Baugher left for Kentucky sunday night to visit relatives Over new years. Mrs. Florence Cresman Glen and her grandson Hale is visiting in Elkhart Over Christmas. Or. And mrs. Frank Cain have left for Lansing mich., where they will visit mrs. Caine a parents Over Christmas. The Whiting Basket Ball team was Defeated by the Valparaiso Basket Ball team by a score r>6 to 15. Tile Valparaiso team played Fine Ball. Hegewisch news wanted a girl for general House work. I. B. Silverman 13501 Ontario Avenue Hegewisch 111. �?12-2i-3l miss Teresa Zable has been visiting the past week with her aunt mrs. William Schumacher. Robert Alexander and party friends left for Tolleston Hunting grounds this afternoon in . Alexanders new Franklin touring car. Or. And mrs. James Toole Are rejoicing Over the arrival a baby boy at their Home. Or. And mrs. Aug. Johnson left this morning for Valparaiso to stay Over Xmas. Or. And mrs. Henry smack South Chicago visited friends Here yesterday. Or. And mrs. Frank Dixon Brazil ire visiting with mrs. Dixon a parents. Or. And mrs. E. T. Davis. Frank Bock and family will leave Home today for Roseland to stay until wednesday with mrs. Bockus relatives. Miss Margaret Boecker Chicago spent sunday with her parents Here. Mrs. Jacob Schmal is reported to be seriously ill. Mrs. Wesley Young is visiting relatives at Thayer ind. Henry Schumacher . And sister miss Rose visited relatives at Hammond sunday. Peter Pheifer . Of Whiting was the guest . And mrs. John Pheifer sunday. Burnside and Dauphin Park. Or. And mrs. Louis Steinert have moved to 8815 cottage Grove Avenue. Mrs. Pm red Thompson will entertain tile Vesta Circle card club next wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Balder is the sick list. Or. And mrs. John Schmal Chicago were the guests . And mrs. Jus. Schmal yesterday. Mrs. Henry Bicker and son from Hammond sent sunday with . And mrs. Andrew Bolding. Miss Francis Boecker Chicago is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents . And mrs. Bernard Boecker. The Monon railway company has erected a milk stand Kaspers South town crossing. It is a great Benefit for tile Farmers who have looked Forward to this convenience for a Long time because there Are no Stone roads in that part Hanover township. Miss Helen mollify e is expected to come sunday and spend a few Days with her uncles family Charles my Rill. Wheeler. Mrs. L. K. Johnston visitor saturday. Was a Hobart mrs. George Hatten left Wheeler saturday to spend Christmas with her parents near Plymouth ind. The entertainment Given Friday evening by the High school was a grand Success. The patrons the school who were invited passed a very enjoyable evening. The intermediate department our schools Tice an entertainment Friday afternoon at which the parents were invited which was a pronounced Success. Miss Lena Keilman made a business visit to Hammond saturday. John Gettler from Hammond was a Dyer visitor yesterday. Andrew Baker Chicago visited with his parents yesterday. Bernard Grothaus and son were Dyer visitors yesterday. Messes. Nick Kaiser and Andrew Peschel were Chicago visitors sunday. Miss Clara Spanier Merrillville visited with her Mother mrs. Susan Spanier yesterday. Miss Lizzie Keilman visited with friends and relatives at Lowell yesterday. Michael Gettler Chicago came yesterday evening to spend the holidays with his relatives Here. Tony Kaiser made a trip to Shelby saturday to do some car repairing there. Boy Tilton Whiting is visiting relatives Here during the holidays. Miss Winfred death a teacher in the Whiting schools is enjoying her vacation with Lowell relatives and friends. John Beiriger left saturday morning for Chicago to spend the Christmas holidays t Here with his children. The misses Bessie love and Mary Thompson teachers school in Illinois Are Home spending their vacation with their parents. Miss Lucretie Castle who is attending the University at Valparaiso is Home Here until after Christmas the guest her parents. Word has been received Here that mrs. John Tilton who had an operation performed to remove a Cater aet from her Eye. Is getting along Fine and will soon be Able to come Home. A freight car a North bound train jumped the Trae. At tills station Early saturday morning causing considerable damage. The wreckage was soon cleared away and trains made their regular schedule time. Or. And mrs. Cooper will spend Christmas with their daughter in Alex Indria id. Hobart news a Little eight year old daughter Mike Schaller died Early yesterday morning. Funeral will be held wednesday morning from St. Josephus Church. Roseland and Kensington. A baby boy arrived at the Home . And mrs. Tams 210 117th Street thursday morning. P. Wester Lias bought property from . G. L. Anderson state Street near i with. Or. And mrs. Sweeney a Little child 115th and Michigan Street is reported ill with diphtheria. Mrs. Lerogers and her son Ernest have moved from 11801 Dearborn Street to 117th Street. The k. O. M. Council no. 91, held their regular meeting til is afternoon and the annual election officers were held. Everyone was requested to be present. Little miss Nora Morgan is expected spend the holidays with her aunt Diss Agnes Morton Chesterton id. Or. And mrs. L. W. James and son Are spending the holidays with mrs. Edward Debaie . Or. And mrs. Nichols left saturday night for . Nichols Home in Joliet where they will spend Christmas. Jake Stevens Hammond spent sunday with Hobart friends. The seventeenth annual Ball to be Given by the holy Rosary court no. 131, c. O. F., will be held in Turner Hall Kensington Avenue Friday evening Jan. 25, 1907. Hans and John Stemmer Chicago visited in Hobart Over sunday. P. M. Butler Chicago was h yesterday a guest his Mother. Ere miss Creta Bixeman Hanover Center is visiting her Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs. C. E. Smith 924 Sheffield Avenue during tile holidays. Henry Ittel . And wife Chica done to forget the firemen a Ball to be go. Are Here for the holidays visiting Given at Gobels Hall new years eve. At the Home . Ittel s parents. Ithe j. V. G. Girls a club thirteen East Chicago a Young ladies had their pictures taken in a group yesterday at Hammond. Or. And mrs. Adam sheets and daughter. Dorothy Chicago Heights Are expected to spend the holidays with mrs. Sheets parents. Or. And mrs. John Fahey Olcott Avenue. Hart Rowe who is working for National fire proofing company at Ottawa. 111., came Home yesterday to spend Christmas. Edward and Jacob Mylund Roberts Avenue Are having tile mumps. Or. And mrs. Frank Smith Chi ago spent sunday Here with relatives. Miss Katie tree Chicago is spending a two weeks vacation in Hobart with her parents . And mrs. Steven tree. Miss Rose Smith Chicago visited her parents Reese Avenue saturday. The swedish Luthern St. Paul a Church East Chicago will hold their Early Christmas service next tuesday morning at 6 clock. Dec. 25, at the Church Corner 149th and Baring Avenue. The children s annual sunday school festival will be Beld Christmas Day Christmas entertainments various kinds will be held in the different churches this evening. Some very interesting programs have been prepared. Henry Haft Indiana Boulevard transacted business in Chicago saturday. The Snow which fell saturday night spoiled the skating Duck Creek which the boys had been enjoying the past few Days. Many from Robertsdale attended the Maee Abt s Ball Given at Whiting saturday evening. A dance will be Given by b. W. Spratlan in his opera House this even i ing. Spencer a orchestra will furnish i the music. I Henry Theisen Herscher 111., who is visiting his brother. Herman Indiana Boulevard was a Chicago visitor saturday. Harry Mathias and sister miss Irene Harrison Avenue went to Michigan the sunday school the Vincent m. E. Church will hold its exercises Christmas eve at 8 clock at the Church. A most interesting program will be rendered by the children to which All Are invited. Mrs. Grable will entertain the Lotus club next thursday afternoon at her Home 92nd place. At Towless opera Hoise. Till we have reflected upon it we Are scarcely aware How much the sum human happiness is indebted to the stage. We acquire cheerfulness and vigor from Mere association with oui fellow men in the theater and from Tho looks Happy expectancy radiating from our neighbors countenances inspired by the anticipation prospective enjoyment Good clean wholesome drama Well acted and properly presented. Such at least is the idea brought forcibly to mind in gazing Over an audience assembled to witness w. E. Nankeville a great production Quot human hearts Quot aptly described As the a forever Evergreen a human hearts is a play that invariably appeals to All that is Best in Many a nature and uplifts him from the sordid cares and Petty worries daily toil and trouble. The Story a human hearts is clean wholesome and intelligible to everyone. There is no suggestion vulgarity in any its acts but a Story convincing strength is told by the author in a manner that appeals irresistibly to All classes theater goers. The enormous Success a human hearts during the past ten years is a direct refutation the idea entertained by so Many theatrical managers that sensationalism and criminal adjuncts Are necessary to a play to assure its Success with the Public. Such plays die out As soon the Public interest wanes. Not so with a drama possessing the Merit Quot human the lease life accorded such a play is not dependent a momentary interest excited by some crime but the firm solid basis humanity and human feelings. It touches the heart strings rouses our latent better instincts and makes us feel Kinder towards our fellow Man for having witnessed it. A human hearts will be presented this season with an especially Strong company players and the same Fidelity to Scenic and mechanical detail that made its former visits notable. The engagement is for sunday dec. 20. Tank works to improve. Improvements estimated to Cost in the neighbourhood $20,000 will be made at once to the Graver tank works at East Chicago. Quite a number extra men will be employed and the East Chicago Plant will be made the principal Plant the company. The expenditures will be for new boilers new dynamos and for enlarging the present quarters. Until two months ago the offices were in Chicago but when the company decided to enlarge its Plant at East Chicago they were moved there. Off for the Falls. Harvey Godfrey Peter Ripley and Bill Rourke left saturday for a weeks vacation in new York. Niagara Falls and several Eastern cities will be visited before the boys return to Hammond. The merchants state Street Chicago estimate that Christmas shoppers spent $1,000,000 a Day the second week before Christmas that Street. The amount will probably be larger for each succeeding Day yet even $1,000,000 would have done quite a bit Charity work in that benighted. Crime Ridden City had the Rich denied themselves for just one Day. Queer ways boys. A Mother three Lusty schoolboys had just superintended their evening lessons and packed them Oft to bed then she sat Down with a laughing sigh and asked a question a Why do boys have to follow each motion they make with a Pencil with awful contortions the face Quot a frogs Are the things that Are noted for reflex action Arentt they Well they Are nothing compared to my boys. The movement a Pencil is reflected in every muscle their funny Little faces and sometimes i think i can Tell whether they Are doing multiplication addition just by the Way their noses wrinkle. Thank Fortune that elaborate copy Book writing is a thing the past. If they went in for those curly capital a s Andes a my boys would cease to look human. It would simply end by my taking them out school because i will have them educated if it is possible but i ii have them presentable at All York Sun. A Appeal. The aldermen and members tile Board Public works were Over from i Hammond yesterday to inspect the pumping station. They intend to con j next the two stations with one steam line so As to use both if necessary that j is in Case fire. They will pump i through the 24-Inch main and also the la Inch main. Dear Santa clause i never heard you until this morning when i met lord Fauntleroy the Rich Little pug who lives the Avenue you know. He ran away from his nurse just for a Lark and we played mud pies in a Street puddle. He told me about the wonderful presents you brought him last Christmas the Pink and Blue ribbons the stunning leather Collar studded with brass nails the harness with tinkling Bells the rubber bouncing Ball and the toy mouse that ran the length a string. Now i m Only a yeller Alley dog lame in one leg Blind in one Eye and i d never dream asking anything half so splendid As you gave Fauntleroy but if you could bring me a Bone it would be simply great Fauntleroy says you always put your presents into stockings that Elizabeth Maud the Little girl he belongs to loaned him one hers Christmas eve and they Hung it up with his name printed a slip paper pinned to the Heel. But you see. I Don t belong to anybody and can to borrow a stocking so if you la just drop my Bone into an Ash barrel instead 1 11 be much obliged the barrel at the end the Alley is the easiest to Knock Over. I can think nothing that i want except the Bone Only Christmas Day if you la put it into the heart passers by a Man a woman a Little child to Stop just a moment Pat Ray head and say a a Doggie Nice and kind and soft you know id appreciate it Down to the ground truly yours a yeller Alley dog. Bobbed his prey grim death beaten in the struggle for the life Miner Hicks. Nearly sixteen Days fight ends in a Victory for Brave hearts and willing hands rescued Man tells three Days agony a tapping that saved his life five companions dead. Lion store Kaufmann amp Wolf Hammond ind. Come to the store monday december 24 and help us cleaning up our Stock Holiday goods everything must go prices Cut deep you want the goods we want to sell them ifs to our Mutual Benefit that you come monday Bert b. Potter co. Bakersfield cal., dec. 24. A l. B. Hicks was released at 11 25 saturday night. No sooner was the Way left open than Hicks began to scrape away the rocks and dirt and crawl toward the opening. With arms in front bus head he went into the miniature Tunnel which had been dug and began to work his Way slowly through to the other e4de the car. When he had progressed about half Way he stopped and superintendent Frank Miller who stood at the tube at the Mouth the Shaft immediately called and asked what was the matter. A ooh nothing a Hicks called Back. A a in a just going to Stop. In a out wind. My wind is very Short you tees the men who saved him. Then the Man Iron moved a few inches farther toward Freedom and his arms were seized by . Sting Leid and Miner gents. Tile two exerting nil their strength pulled the Miner into the main Tunnel where he was placed in a sitting position. And there a Hundred feet from the face the Mountain and within a step where the Miner had lain entombed for nearly sixteen Days occurred a pathetic scene. Or. Stinchfield with tears in. His eyes and his hands Laid affectionately Hicks shoulders said a Well How Are you old boy a first tears Hicks has shed. And there were tears in the Eye Hicks As Well the Only tears that have shown themselves in All the Days and nights since he was entombed As he replied it am feeling Fine. I can never thank you doctor for what you have and then came superintendent Cone the Man who had stayed by the work Day and night directing every interest personal and his company As Well to Aid in the Rescue the Miner. He came Forward and took Hicks by both hands and said Quot i am glad to see you again old Hicks with voice choked with emotion attempted to thank him also for his efforts in his behalf. Strong and not emaciated. Hicks was not emaciated. He was Strong and the stimulants that had been prepared for him were not needed. His Beard was thick and stubby but not grown out As might have been expected. His face and hands were dirty but his clothing was fairly clean and in Good condition. Plata machined foundry machine and pattern shop a Gray Iron castings for railroads Mills factories and contractors. Highest Market prices paid for old machinery Iron steel Aad Braes. Jor Respondence solicited phone Griffith Boi. Central location Griffith Lake county Indiana. 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The ingenuity collectors in the discovery new Fields having been exhausted there is still open to them that collecting the finest specimen forged spurious works Art and this is capable becoming a Hobby scarcely less interesting and j Mirable than the Pursuit the Genu Ine journal. Only 1500 feet from the Hammond court House easy payments e. A Kinkade to first National Bank bldg. Telephone Hammond 3253. Open evening a until up. Ai Horseshoe superstition. In the latter half the seventeenth Century a writer mentions that most i the houses in the West end Lon i Don were protected against witches by horseshoes nailed in them. As late As 1813 there were 17 horseshoes nailed up in one London Street but in 1841 Only five remained. A first Ira tonal Bank mammon if Biana. United states depository. Capital and surplus $140,000.00 a. M. Turner president. W. C. Belman cashier. A. C. Minas. Vice pres. W. Mashing asst. Cashier. The Lake county times reaches 20,-000 renders every Day. Reach them j with a want and. Not a not. The following notice is inscribe the Wail a House in the Rue de Strasbourg Saint Denis France a in Case fire ask Cor help at the Nve solicit your accost. It offer Yon liberality Courtesy promptness conservative banking. We pay 3 per gent interest time deposits oldest Bank in Hammond. Turner w. G. Belman. Lomako director a p. W. Meyn a n. Or Lmh a c. Min a w. Mashia a

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