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An Ohio Tented
Tuesday, May 16
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Akron Soldier In the
Hospital at Manilla.
Special Sale Day S
Used by the Banker
lib I Jl
Prices like these have "eloquence" words
cannot give. Many new ideas of
If von want something nice and cool buy a jap silk at 35c
Fniicv stripes and plaids in jap silk, regular 50c for 39c
Stripe-- and plaids in all "ilk Chinas, full width 30c
Dark colors for silk dresses in Chinas only . . (33c
Light tail'elas in plaids and stripes, good shirt waist
patterns, all newest colors 39c, G5c to 73c
A big variety of shirt waist -ilk-, never offered folk's-
than $1 a yard, our price 75c
Plain and changeable taffetas, all colors 73c
A full line of silks in -hirt waist patterns "only, never
offered k-s than $1.2f a yard for -tI.""
fMTWatch for our Wash Goods ad.
150 and 152 South Howard Street.
GEO. HAAS 1
Mantels, Grates and Tiling
Wood, Carpet and Parquet Floors
How shall we treat our floors? This question is brought
to every housewife with the return of carpet cleaning.
Ask for our booklet on Hardwood Floors....
Jas. T F"loftor
We wish tu aunounct- to our friends "Siml patrons that
w o now have- in our employ Jliss Van-Miles, an up-to-date
triinnier who, from her large experience in eastern houses, is
fitted to mate up THE LATEST DESIGNS AND HATS ESPEC
IALLY adapted to each face. Watch for announcement of
Summer Opening later.
SV1. E. fcfi
Over Reid Cro-.' Shoe Store.
Transporton Which Lieut.
Brought Co. B. Home From Cuba
It Has Been Remodeled.
Lieutenant A. I.. Conger returned
to San Franci-co from the Philippine-
mi boaid the Grant on which
he wa- the ranking officer.
This i- tin- largest vo el that ever
entered the Golden Gate, and is the
linest transport afloat. She was
originally the transport Mohawk, the
one that brought (he Eighth Regi
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STOP AND .THIN
What you WANT
Then .come to our store and we
and guarantee voii satisfaction.
' Badger, Van
Piii mm. lift lies,
Our designs are very beautiful and price? as
low as consistent with the best class of work.
1 E I. heffernan!
1 PRACTICA!- PL.UMBER
I 20A Vf. Market s-fc. Tel. 649 I
I Got EVly Prices. W
Cor. Hoard sand IVlil Sts.
122 SOUTH HOWARD STREET.
ment from Cuba. It was fitted up
at an expense of $150.0u0. She is
built of steel, with double 'steel bot
tom: four continuous decks, one
smoke stack and" four masts. Its
original cost wa- fl.:2.ymoO. She is
provided with twin screw.-, three
double ended Scotch boilers and
triple-expansion engine- of 4S inch
stroke, capable of driving her 14
knots an hour. She is 45-"i feet long,
4U feet beam, 40 feet depth from upper
deck, with a gio-s tonnage of 7o0
and a load displacement of 12,000
ton-. She weighs about ."0,O00 tons.
Another Rubber Company.
Another rubber company, hacked
by local capital, is being formed iu
this city. A new plant will be
in the line of HATS and
w ill supply your WANTS
Ness & Oo.
Are your teeth like this? if
they are, go to "the Philadel
phia Dental Rooms. Crown and
Hridge work, per tooth, $5.
Kstrncting- positively pain-
le-s. Vitalized air 50C. K-irui-ting
Philadelphia Dental Rooms,
lis South Main St., Akron, 0.
119 and 121
,y Kirkvood Sti-eot
'He Believes the Campaign In the
Philippines Is About Ended.
Peter Ley of thi.- city, who enlisted
in the regular army at the outbreak
of the war in the Philippines, is in a
hospital at Manila, suffering from
two wound- received in the battles
with the native-.
I He hail written an inteiesting let
ter to Albert ltuehrle telling of the
affaiis in and aiound Manila. ft
Mamla, PiiiLii-i-ixi: J-jiAxn-i
ok Luzon, Eighth Army Corps
April 2. 1899. '
"A- 1 have considerable leisure
time. I thought I would write you a
few line-, hoping they will Unci yon
all well. At present 1 am in the
Second He-erve ho-phal. from a
wound in my left leg. and one in. tin;
forehead. Neither is serious. The
buiiet ent.-.-d thoieft-iontheieft
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5KU- U-l oeiow mt- kii--. t-uiiiiiif: oui
Ion oi)iio-ite -ide. The wound in bend i
j wai grazed.
'Xmv my -lighting will be over fur
six week1- at least, but if no fever
.-et- in 1 may sret out ooncr. All
the ho-pitals are crowded with sick
and wounded. .Sixty enteivd iu the
last few days. There ha- been -onie
hot work here the pa-t few day-.
Our line.- an almo-t to the Capitol
now. I think the tight i- almost
over. Tin-weather i- very hot and
sultry, and there i- considerable '
rain. We do not know just hoWi
many men wo lo-tyet. 1 think you
get the details quicker than we do.
as they are fighting in dilTeient
places. The money i- two for one.
Our American dollar is worth two
Spanish dollar-, and everything is
going up. Our first 10 day-' fight we i
did not have one good meal.
Prof. W. A. Jiarrou. principal ol
the Militant Dancing Academy, w ill
give the last dance of the season in
Militant hall next Monday evening.
Prof. IJarron has earned success
since his arrival in Akron two years
ago. Besides conducting the danc
ing school in Militant hall, he has
given private lessons at Mr. H. C.
Cordon's residence every Tuesday
and Friday evenings, teaching
adults on the former evening and
children on "the latter. Many words
of praise are spoken in f.tof of Prof.
Barron's methods of teaching danc
ing. Attorney J. V. Wel-h is in Cleve
land today on legal -business.
ASCENSION DAY SERVICES
The Akron Commandery of. Knights
Templar will attend in a body
services at St. Paul's church on
Thursday evening at-7::0 o'clock,
when an address will be delivered to
them by Bev. Jas. H. W. Blake, rec
tor of the parish.
AXUAI; KE-UXIIXN The thirty-first
annual reunion of the 120th
Regiment, O.V.I. . will be held at
Perrysville, Ashland county. Tues
day, .Tune 0. Elaborate preparations
have been made for the entertain
ment of the visitors.
Jnman of Akron, has been irranted an
original pension of $S per month.
AT HA LF MAST Flags w ill beat
half mast m Akron Saturday on ac
count of the funeial ol Col. A,. L.
Conger." Col. Conger wa- one of
Akron's benefactors and this murk of
respect is due hi moniory.
Will Take Possession Thursday
Sewer Pipe Men Disagree.
Circulars have heen sent out from
Xcr- York statinjr that all the seuer
pipe plants in the now Federal Sewer
l'ipo company will commence to'do
I)iis.iin- under the new company to
morrow. An inventory f the plants
will also lie taken lomonow.
Some of the Akiou sewer pipe men
disagree with the ciicular. as they
bay the company is not really or-
jrauized-yet. They claim they havo
until ita'y 20 to .-ee whether it will
lie a stirego. As yet, no headquer
tel.shae lieeu eBtahlished. neither
have ottti-t-rs been elected.
Will be Turned on This Afternoon
Tin: ga- main between Akron and
Massilliou ha- been blown our. mid
the gas Mill le tinned in this city
soine time this afli-inoon.
A M fool pipe will be connected
w ith flit-main in trout of the gov
ernmi'iil building mid the gns will
, be ignited about 7 o'clock this even
ing mid will be kept burning for a
cnipb' of hour-.
If in need of a pump of any kind
soo Callow Pump Co., 1 18 N. Howard.
FASHION PLATE SHOW
OF THE WORLD
i Congress of Nations
Rarest WildBea-t.- and Birds.
m RERFORMANGES DAILY. 2 AND 8 Pl
Ariel Aitists. Rest Riders and
Tumblers. Champion I.eapers.
Baby Lions Baby Ponies
And Joe BerrisV .marvelous 03
Trained Horses performing at one
time, in one ring. America's most
famious ecpiiniuc educator. A most
Free Streel Paratle 10 ft.
New Free Exhibition
On Circus Grounds immediately
E. STEINBACHER & CO.
104 Market st.'
:i a.m. Show Day.
Location of Show Grounds,
Thornton and Princeton sts.
S & G'sPointers.
Willi impioved facilities for hand
ling goods we aie in position to
deliver goods prompter than ever.
If you want your goods quick say the
wo'rd and we are at your service.
China & Japan Tea Store
IGXi. S. Howard s-fc.
Schumacher & Gammeter.
Electric Colfee Roasteis and Grinderb
JohnG.Engolhart. "Wta. F. Eckart
Engelhart & Eckart
Mfrs.of the Kngolbnrt Hot Water
I 311 K. Mill St. Tel. 45 $
Ufctold Drinks jj
W FOR HOT WEATHER W
W Always on dranglit. The celebrated "
ilj Anheuser-Busch Beer, also Imported ff
rschorr-BrauBeer (Mnenchen.) k
W A fine line of Imported and Do-
iii ' mestic Clears. fi
ii Atlantic Garden
J 200-202 E. Market st. " f
VV(.BETTLING BROS., Props. f
f (IPO (Id Tfl (I!
In ainountbto suit individual
n real estate security.
G for CSran-t. Interest
tfai i Holfinger
226 South fViain st., Akron, 0.
TRAIN UP A CHILD IN THE WAY
IT SHOULD GO, ETC.
Every hoy and girl should be
niadi- to understand that it is an im
portant dut.x to air their bed clothes.
Tfyey should be I aught to remove the
piilt,- or spread-, blankets and sheets
one by one, and to shake them out,
hang them out ot the window whero
poible and expose them freely to
the fi-esh air and sunshine, th first
thing in the morning.
Children should also he taught
that the Model Hakery is the best
place in Akron to buy bread, cakes,
candips or ice cream. Phone 394.
S. B. T,AFFERTV.
.Tai a&2 5S?r rrf i3T7
And we know of no better
way of spending it than in
vesting in a. watch. It is some
thing real and tangible: some
thing that will last and be your
friend for life; and after you
are through with it you can
will it to your son or daughter.
You can see the dollars in it
every time you look.
It will afford us much
pleasure to how you the finest
line of watches in Akron.
Optician and Jeweler
185 South Howard st.
"iney m lie leei os nature iniended "
A Perfect Oxford
The "JENNESS MILLER5"
OXFORD is the crowning
success of the nineteenth
century. It is the most com
fortable and most perfect
fitting low shoe yet devised
for woman's wear.
Like the famous "Jenne&s
Miller" Shoe it is built on
strictly hygienic and ana
tomical principles, to fit the
feet as nature intended..
Only to lie had' of us in
Jeiiness .Miller T fk
122 S. Howard, st.
A cordial invitation
is ovteuded d nil to OAL.L AT
I For MEALS or WET GOODS.
, Full line of Domestic and Im-
l ported goods.
' TONY VALDVO15J.
1709 S3. IVlain st.
ED. D. KEED.
A -iKclalty nt tin- Amcrk-iin Ijmmlry.
Ki'ry pos-lblo i1u1l-i- Is u-i'd unci prcr:ui
tlou taken loolituln thoroughly liigl-cl:i"
ImimlerluK, such tliut U at oni-o 11 delight to
tliti-uuiHlii-ntiriiclIoii to thi) venrur. If
jou lire particular about jour t-ulT-, collars
and shirts. Ictus lnne our bundle.
l'liono "i-t, 4H) Knt Kchango,st.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
KOU s-AIjU Good family horse iindlmcgv.
Uuuuire Geo. Jlnxtt. 815 12. Market s. 1717
Street Fair Lecture.
Mr. George I). Kenson. of LaportjJ
lud., will speak in tho parlors of the
Chamber of Commerce, tomorrow
afternoon on "free street fairs."
Mr. Henson has been a promoter of
street fairs for the past six- years and
is familiar with every detail of the
work. Every merchant and all
persons interested should not fail to
attend. Tho mooting will open
promptly at .'J o'clock
i' I A -l rnk
To Emphasize His Re
marks to His Wife.
The Disposition of the
Late Mrs. Woods.
Laura Richards Case Again
Being Considered. -
! An Action Against Achille Philion
The hist witness for the plaintifts
in" the Yood.s will case was called
Tt was sought to prove, by Dr. 'V.
AY. Leonard, that Mr. Woods was, in
sane. He was sibkert a long hypo
thetical question, to which the de
fense objected. The objection was
The flnst witness for the defense
wa George G. Alien, who for many
yeais acted as "attorney for Mr.
Woods. The plaintiff objected to
his giving testimony, claiming that
all the information he possessed had
been obtained in a professional man
ner. The depositiou of the late Mr.
Susan Woods, wife" of the banker,
iu as read Tuesday. She alleges that
on one occasion her husband had
struck her with his list, knocking her
down. This was because she had in
sisted on giving the horse more feed
than he believed proper. Another
time he had flourished a revolver
and threatened to shoot because the
barn door was not locked. The de
tails of a family fracas, iu which Mr.
Woods had said,'-Thercwillbe blood
shed before inorning,"are told iu the
document. Mrs. Woods had taken
the key to wine celar, believing, she
says, that her husband had Had
enough to drink. She said she often
shut.the windows to prevent neigh
bors. f,rom hearing the angry words
of Mr. Woods. An ofllcer had been
called onq night when Mr. Woods
brandished a revolver.
A fine portrait of the late banker
will be used by the defense in its
The Richards Case.
' The Grand Jury met Wednesday in
the County Commissioners ofllce,
tourt room No. 2beingued by Judge
Anderson. The "'Laura. Richards
cae was again considered, numerous
witnesses being examined.
Achille Philion Sued.
Charles M. Oberliu, the plumber,
has filed an action in Common Picas
court asking judgment against
Achille Philion for JlOO.ftt for work
i in the defendant's residence.
I Verdict For the City.
i The jury called for the purpose of
assessing damages because of the
Johnston st. improvement, consider
ed the George liaker case Tuesday.
The jurors decided that he would not
John Hausch, Akron ....
Anna Stoll, Akron
Fred ('. Gem, Clinton
Ilulda R. Baylor, Norton
i Democratic Meeting.
The Akron Democratic club will
have a meeting tonight at head
quarter. All members should at
tend. .Ioiik McBbidk,
Trial Fly From This City to James
town. n. r. l
A basket of 50 homing pigeons was
received "Wednesday morning by the
"Well. Fargo Express Co., from the
Jamestown Xew York Homing club.
The bird- were liberated this
morning from the Wells, Fargo of
fice at 7:30 o'clock and after soaring
about in the western part of the city
a short time caught their bearing
and left in a bee line for their home.
A telegram from .Jamestown an
nouncing that the first bird reached
the club house at 1 1 :M central time.
Tho distance is about 150 miles.
It vour pump needs repairing call
up",Cahow Pump Co. Phono 405.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Three lots of goods will be sold during: the nexn
three days at about 50c on the dollar. .
5,000 yards White Goods, consisting: of India
Lawns, Dimities, Nainsooks, (check, plaids and
stripes) regular price I2c, 15c and 19c, your choice
for the 3 sale days at
5,000 yards Hamburg Embroidery, 6 to 9 inches
wide, first-class goods, regular price I2ic, 15c and
20c, your choice for the 3 sale days' at
3.000 vards Lawns, fast colors, regular 5c, your 1
choice for the 3 sale days at
No more than 10 yards
to a customer.
lsky,145 S. Howard
The Akron People's Tele
phone Conpany's Plat.
Directors and Officers Elected Work
To Begin Soon.
The plat for conduits of The Akron
People's Telephone company was
approved this morning by Mechani
cal Engineer F. . Looinis and later
by the City Commissioners, all voted
Work will be commenced as soon
as possible to put iu .the conduits.
Some of the material has been order
ed and specification for a switch
board are being made.
"Will Christy, A. B. Conklin, Wau
seon, X. Y., R. S. Iredell, James
Christy jr., C. AY. De Yoe, Orwell,
Ohio; "R. M. Pillmore, E. H. Gibbs
and J. E. Xutt were elected directors
of the new company. Officers were
elected as follows: Will Christy,
president; James Christy jr. vice
president; A. B. Conklin. secretary:
J. R. Kutt. treasurer.
"eai. Elizur H. Xeal, 121
Merriman St., aged 69 years, thr
months and 14 days, died at 0 o'clock
Tuesday evening, May 9, of organic
heart disease and bronchitis. He
had been ill ten days.
rr. Xeal as an old soldiert hav
ing served iu the Sixth Ohio battery.
He was a member of Buckley Post,
G. A. R. Funeral at the-house Fri
dav at 2 o'clock.
Among the prominent features to
be introduced by the Main circus at
Akron Tuesllay afternoon and even
ing, May 16, may be mentioned the
smallest elephant in the world: a de
tachment of Roosevelt's" Rough
Riders who took an active part in tho
famous charge of San Juan hill; the
celebrated "Werntz Family six in
number; the great Invingston Fam
ily of society acrobats; Lil Kerslake
and his troupe o'r performing-pigs ;
Martina Lowauda, jr., the Brazilian
horseman; Miss Rosa Dockrill, the
beautiful and accomplished rider;
Win. Conrad and his horseback rid
iug monkey; young Herbert, the 10-vear-old
boy clown; a troupo of gen
uine Bedouin Arabs; Cooper, the
tallest man iu the world; Major
Rinebeck, the smallest man; Wild
Rose, the wild girl; and 50 other
riders, aerialists, clowns, leapers and
tumblers. Under the big menagerie
tentwilLbo seen the larglfet collec
tion of rare wild animals in the entire
ST. PAUL'S PARISH.
Jtuv, Jas. H. "W. Blake, rector As
cension Day, Thursday, May It.
8:.'W a. m. Holy Communion at St.
10 a. in. Sermon and Holy Com
munion at St. Paul's church.
7:o0 l). m. .Evening prayer ami ad
dress to the Akron Commandery, No.
2o, Knights Templar.
Vitae Ore will io-itively cure
rheumatism, dispep-ia, liver trouble,
all kidnev diseases, catarrh and ca
tarrhal deafness, diphtheria and all
throat trouble, pile-, paralysi- and
T sav it will cure these, becau-o L
have positive proof that it Iras cured
Reader, if you are uflhotod in any
way, V.-O. will benefit you more
than any medicine on the market to
day. It will pay you to investigate
and inquire into the merits of V. ().
One month's treatment $1.00; three
monllis' trrntiiinnt ''(iO? ."..m will
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euro' the most obstinate case.
Call on or address
CJ. AV. JOKDAX, (.Jen. Agt.,
107 Bowery. Akron, O.
Local agents wanted.
from each lot, will be sold
The Best of Help,
A Cool Shop,
411 South Main St.
That Distressing Pain!
NO NEED ot suffering: 'from -Headache
when It is so easy to have and to
take our sure cure.
Some headache remedies are harmful;
these are made to cure headache; have no
bad effect; sure to do you good as -well as
to cure the pain.
REGULAR PACKAGE, 2SC.
164 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
O. A. Goddard
Will be given by
iMlss Delia Snyder at
No. 133" South Main street
Thursday Evening-, May ll
Fine music, songs and recitations.
Admission 10c. fee Cream and Cake at
the conclusion of the entertainment 10c
AKRON, PHOTO ENGRAVJuG CO.
Is now In its new traildlsr. Ho. 601
S. Main St., erected purposely for its
business, tonlpped with all modern ma
chinery and devices to produce the b st
class of woifc In Half Tone and Zlcc
Etchings. Phone No. I6SI.
G. A. LEY, Sec and Treas.
1 HOT WEATHER 1
I - Demands light-weight
1 FOOTWEAR. I
i Our stock of tans and tan 9
m oxfords has never been more H
1 complete. You will be pleased
3 with our goods and prices if I
I! you call a.id see B
I John Allen 1
jg No. ISO S tVgir St. j