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Fall & Winter
2vow complete. Never before Iiave we shown. the
good values in Footwear at such REASONABLE
PRICES. We can save you money on every pur
chase. Reliable Goods "at Lowest Prires should
induce everybody to call here for shoes.
eeia! Prices on School Shoes.
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:mM Fall Announcement
Hats are a very important part of - .'
A man's attire. We are showing the
Best and latest productions in shapes and
Every new style for Fall and Winter.
Reasonable prices for good goods is a
Distinctive feature in advertising our business.
A line of very elegant New Neckwear,
Such as youee in the Eastern cities
Has been secured to please the most fastidious.
Elegant Shirts, Hosiery and Gents' Furnishings,
Right in style and right in price.
You are respectfully invited to inspectour various
lines, feeling confident the careful selections
we have made will please you.
Stiff Hats made to order, any style.
Badger, Van Ness & Co.
Manufacturing Hatters and Furnishers,
123 S. Howard st.
ITS. South (VI a in st.
Thursday and Friday
Sept. 21 and 22.
Have never shown a finer or more beautiful
assortment of patterns.
Smith Sc TeepI
. No. 172 S. EVIsain St.
..Winter Opening, Sept. 22..
An entire new .stock of
FALL MILLINERY .
Also :i full line of...
Plain 3t F"ancy Corsets
Miss Helen Griffin, gS"?2
I IVL E. XAoIoott 1
Will give OPFNINT To her friends
a formal lliliiu and patrons
AT HER TO E:Af STORE,
129 South Howard St., Akron, 0.
Thursday and Friday.
Sept. 21 and 22...
All Are 'Cordially Invited
30 South Howard S-fc.
DKfiYPCS VKRY HAPPY.
Said He Could Run and Jump
HE DISOIJl.VEil DOCTOH'S OKDERS.
Ate Forbidden KouiU Iu lli Dsire to
Have a Ileal llolldar sail Xote In His
Rrjolciut Was the Death of Scheurer
Kest!er ?et Wreath For Hli Bier.
CAKfJ-.NTBA-, Department of Yauck
Ins , France, bept. '22. Although the
arrival ol Omyiua at the home of Paul
.M.ibrojM:H, lu brother-in-law, -who
has been e-tablibhed a- a cloth mer
chant he:e for a (iu irter ofa century,
was soon know h. no demonstration oc
curred. Madame Dreyfus is expected here.
While Dievtu' Health does nds per
mit of hi receiving visitors, it is hoped
tile climate will restore his strength
during the next few mouths, which he
it wiirf-ctcd to t-pend here.
LiOMKj.n, sept. '22. A correspondent
of The Daily Mail who joined the Drey-
tii . puny at JJorJe.iax ana -accompanied
thenrto Uarpentras, described Dreyfus
as "tiioilghtful, prematurely aged, with
soft cyt.-, a auinu like a woman's, and
rather the appearance of a savant than
a solaier." . When told of the great
wave of British sympathy in his behalf
he wrung tne correspondent's hand and
bhowed the deepest emotion.
His healtn, the correspondent says, is
far from satisfactory. He ate meat
Wednesday tor the first time. "It is
against the uoc-tor's orders," said Math
ieu Dreyfus. "Ah." said the former
captain ot artillery, "let us have a holi
day today. 1 will be sedate and obedi
ent again tomorrow.'"
"I am just like a boy now and feel
that 1 could run and jump about the
green" fields for very joy. just think!
1 dull now be able to laugh and play
with my children in the beautiful coun
try." After the meal, despite his brother's
half laughing protest, he smoked sev
eral vdgars "to celebrate the holiday."
The sad note aiuid the rejoicings was
the death of M. Scheurer-Kestuer.
"lam grieved beyond words," said
Dreytns "to think that I shall never be
able to thank tliat noble heart."
One of his hrst acts on obtaining his
freedom was to have a wreath sent to be
placed on the coriiu of his champion
and friend. At present lis speaks little
of past events. He saj-s: "I have for
given, but l cannot lorget, ana he in
tends to devote himself to proving his
innocence. When that ha been accom
plished he will only ask to be allowed to
bpend th! lemaiiider ot his days with
his loved ones, lar from the busy world.
"Hi- delight at every thing " on the
journey," commuted The Daiiy Hail's
correspondent, "was that ot a mau're
turmug from the dead to the world he
loves. The affection and solicitude of
his brother are touching to see. His
physical weakness causes the deepest
apprehension to his friends. The jour
ney was in the main uneventful except
for a few expressions ol disapDoiutment
on the part ot people wno endeavored-
to get a glimpse ot nun.
Fawn Sept. 22. The minister of
war, General de Gailiffet.addressed the
following order to the corps command
ers:" "The incident is closed. The mili
tary judges, enjoying the respect of all,
have rendered their verdict with com
plete independence We all, without
harboring after thought, bond to their
decision. We shall in the .same man
ner accept the action that a feeling of
profound pity dictated to the president
of the republic. There can be no fur
ther question ol reprisals of any laud.
Hence, I rips it it, the incident is
closed, i atk'you. and if it were neces
sary I should command you, to forget
the past in order that you am think
solely of the future. With you and all
iny comrades 1 proclaioi vive- l'armec,
which belongs to no party, but to
France alone. "GALUFFEr."
The order will be read to the troops
throughout the French army.
A LIVELY CONVENTION.
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Does not occur this week,
hut we are confident we can
t-how vou the . . .
j Many Novelties j
I Ladies' Shoes
S D;ulv arrivinir.
BEST SCHOOL SHOES
In the city.
' LARGE PLANT
For Manufacture of Clay
J (Pennsylvania Has a Valuable Feeder
In Ashland & Wooster Railroad.
ire all perfect and
ISI-f53 S. lowsF-dl S-t.
In all itb branches ever
shown by any store. We
have patterns from all the
leading markets. Our own
orkroom is turning out just
what vou want .....
See Them ...
J. W. Little
C. A. Holloway !
143 S.Howard st.
Try our leading brands of
Mocha, Java, No. 37 Blend,
Golden Rio and our
50 Cent Tea
You will be satisfied. Others
that use it are.
&Ia4liuettH Ocmucrnts lUagreed Over
Method of -electlns National Dsle-
atoi A State Ticket Named.
Boto.v, Sent. 22. There were lively
f jcnesi .it the Democratic state conven
tion hero. The climax came when, at
Ihj request of the chairman, the cap
lam ot the police appeared upon the
platform and placed his hand npou Con
greahinau John E. Fitzgerald, in readi
ness to forcibly remove him lrom the
platform had he not subsided and al
lowed the chairman to address and calm
the escited assemblage.
The causj of the tumult, which raged
for nearly three hours, was the question
before toe body accepting the action of
thr ,-tah! committee in presenting a list
ot delegates to the national convention.
1c was claimed by those who "opposed '
the idct that it was against all prece
dent and robbed the various districts of
their constitutional rights.
The personalities which, wt.re in
dulged m were directed as much against
Congressman Fitzgerald as against Mr.
Williams, the party leader, and hard
names were called on both sides. The
Jin.il result was the overwhelming pas
sage ot eeiy motion and report that
was made by the state committee and
the election of national convention dele
gates, headed by Robert Treat Paine,"
,fr., and John H. Mack.
The delegates-at-large are George
Fred Williams, Colonel A. C. Drink
w.itir, William -F. McNary and Chris
topher D. Callahan.
John fi. Morrisou of Lowell was
nominated tor attorney general, W. L.
rUimsdcll of Lynn for state auditor,
Hirry Lloyd of Boston for secretary of
state and Joseph J. Flynu of Lawrence
lor state treasurer.
The platform reiterates 'the Chicago
platform, pledges fealty to Bryan, con
demns tlie administration's Philippine
policy and favors treating them like
the Cubans, favors direct legislation,
the initiative and referendum and de
claies against life tenure iu the judi
ciary. HANNA AND M'LEAN.
IcLcau ltelirs to Slump lu Stocks,
llamia hnjft Wace-laruer Is
Cleveland, Sept. 22. Senator M. A.
Ilauua was showci a. copy of a press dis
patch from Cincinnati giving an Inter
view with John 11. McLean.
"So far as Republicans are con
cerned," said Mr. Hanna, "they are the
bcnoliciaries of trusts or combines to no
greater extent than is Mr. MoLean and
his Democratic trieuds.
"Mr. McLean's statement in refer
ence to the heavy shrinkage iu stock
values during the past few dayj is aim
nly ridiculous. The intrinsic value, or
the earning power of the properties
Ladies', Men's, Boys', Girls'
SOUTH END SHOE STORE
Between Thornton and Voris sts.
Welcome to nil who call and in
spect my line of Footwear
and compaie prices with others
made from the newest leathers and
latest eastern styles.
Ladies' $3 and $3.25 Shoe
Is equal in style and durability of
any other $3.50 or $3.75 shoe in the
Men's $3.50 Shoe
"Leads all .others in style and dura
bility. The pnqe is low enough in
all footwear for the most economical
buyer, and just high enough to in
sure Style, Fit and
Look for the
n Hi m lie
Located between Thornton and Voris sts.
W.S. Rodenbaugh, 1125 S. Main st.
Ot-ancl Opera Mouse
Wilbur F. Sticklk, Mgr.
Tuesday. Sept. 26 "Brown's in
Thursday, Sept. 28-Hoyt's, "A
Trip to China Town."
Monday, Oct. 2 For one week
onlyi "Himmelem's Jdeals." How
son's 20th Century Hand and
Orchestra. Popular prices.
GRIESMER & CRUMRINE
No. 218 East Market Street
Tel. No. 58
Miss Julia Cochrane Will Be As
signed to One.
The feeling of the Board of Educa
tion against Miss Julia Cochrane,
the teacher who has declined to re
sign upon request of" the board, is
anything but pleasant.
Her case will be again taken up at
the next meeting. It is proposeil to
assign her to teach in some ward
building instead of at the Higli
school. It is said, she will not "do
this and a lively controversy is liable
T0-EEMEDY TP.HST PROBLEM
themselves, ha in no wise been i
changed by the slump iu stocks.
Neither have the wogen.of the wajjo
earner been affected."
Mr. Ilauua declared that he had never
mentioned the utoel industry specifically
as hctviu been benefited more thau any
other industry under the present ad
ministration, but included in his state
ment all classes of trade.
Cincinnati, Sept. 2.2. Iu his inter
view, printed under a- Columbus date,
Mr. McLean said regarding Sonator
"Mr. Ilauua says he does not fear
trusts. Mr. Hanna and his associates
are the beneficiaries of the trustor com
bine. He telis us, as if it were a great
business achievement, that iron and
bteel have Kone up iu price. He dare
not say tint the Republicans have made
prosperity by legislation, that they
have brought aiound a state of affairs
where everylxidy an make more money,
but he pick-, out the steel men, one
with a capital of $200,000,000 and an
other tl heaen knows what, and tells
us ilut th-y ent out of tlien-Uop";.
What ai-tu Lie men who take it o..t ol
the ::iuu.iu.' I'liuy temporarily oi.iy
receive a 1, .lo advance in wages. iVlien
the luiiu t n.ea do come, and comc'ihey
will, tue w.akiugiuen will have noth
ing J .ad iw.
-.Vr. Hiuna says prosperity is here
to nay. hat u refutation of what he
say is fu'und m the stock reports of
yeni Cay, a shrinkage of $250,000,000."
sxoitNli Kite 3!asou.
I'liiLADEU'iiiA, Sept. 22. The su
premo council of the Ancient and Ac
cepted fjcottish rite, for tho northern
Ma-onic jurisdiction, concluded its
eighty-seventh annual meeting here.
Ehsha P. Dwyer, governor of Rhode
Island, received tho thirty-thud de
gree. 1 1n- treasurer's report showed
the year's ix -eiuts to bo $o 1,084. 78 and
expenditures 61 t.oUO.TC.
Hei-olitiueiitlHtloii iiS.Mteil In tU
Ki'riolutinns .Vtiiii!etl 13' the Cor..
fervner at M. L.uiii.
St. Lotus fcept. 22. The delegates or
the anti-irust conference remaining.
f Governors Shaw of Iowa and Thomas
of Colorado, and Attorney General
Taylor of Indiana, having gono home
the evening before, adopted resolutions
making recommendations in part as
follows: ' r
First The enactment autT enforcement both
by the several siatesiwl the nation o" legis
lation that shall adequately and f nlly define
as crimes any attempted monopolization or
restraint of trade in anyjhne of industrial ac
tivity, with pruvleiuiH for adequate punish
ment, both of the, individual or thg corpor
ation,, tint shall be found guilty thereof;
pnniikment to thd corporation to extent of
See-oad The enaetment by each or the
states of.the union of legislation for the ade
quate and proper control and regulation of
corporations o'lartorel by that state, and we
recommend as t tthazious a system of reports
to, and legislation oy, state authority of the
corporat om organized under iU laws.
Third The enactment by each state of laws
that will preent the entrance of any foreign
created corporation into its limits for any
olhor purpjsi- than interstate commeice, ex
cept on terms that will put the foreign cre
ated corporation oa a basis of equality with
tholome-stic created cororation ot the state
entered, and nbject to the same laws, rules
and regulations ot the state.
Jfourtk The enactment of state legislation,
dedal fug that a corporation created in one
state do bus ncss uciu-iivel iu other stales
than here created shall be prohibited from
admission into any state.
Tins proposition Is supported by deeisious of
the supreme courts of several states, but ttu
beliove it should bee-nue legislative enact
ment, uniform throughout the -nat!-
Fifth That no corporation should Ik-funned
in whole or part by another corporation.
Sislh Tnat no corporation shall own or
hold any stooa- in another1 corporation en
gaged iu a similar or competitive business,
and tint no jIHer or director of a corpoia
t:ou shall b the oHUer or director or the
owner of sL,mc in .mother corporation en
gaged in :i similar or competitive businesi,
the object or lesult of hich is to ere tt-n
trust or monopoly.
Se enth We rt commend as the oeiiM or
this eonftreiice that eaeii slate pass Itu.s pro
viding that no corjioration which is a member
of any pool or trust in that state or tiaewhere
can do buuiess m that state
Kesolvvd. That it is the swau of thU eon
ference that ad of the capital st j -v ot piivat--corporations
-.nould Ijj full paid . imr i.r
iu lawful Muiy; or, second, in pio "'iiy f
tho actual cash value of the-muouiu of -..;i-till
stock; an I lhat in : II pin-ate cnri orat, a
with a e puai stuc.i .s,ua iiiuxrt- x ttu
amount actually ;a-il ui :c ibv- .tievi l-si
theshatslio.ai-sill be h..: t-1 .h -:. ,:
of twice" the face alu of l.if stii-- h -1,1 !y
CtMiiessiu in Kriu.-.i rtmrs Z'niieial.
linAm.MJ, Pa., bept. Si". There was a
large attendance a; U.' la i.ral 01 Con
gressman E lui'iitrout from his tvsi-.
deuce at Gniustoin," nu Hill road.
The services at rue house were con
ducted by Revs. K. tiiuleubangh, O. L).,
Kiebs. Ine cmigres
ippomted wero most
and Stanley 1j.
At the Old Price
TrfE FULTON MARKET, 110 North Howard St.,
sells Home Dressed Meats and our own make
of Sausage at same prices v did liefom the
raise of cattle. Also Freth BULK OYSTERS fcr
SATURDAY. Give us a call. Tel. 40T.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
has secured a valuable feeder in the
Ashland & Wooter r.tilroad just
opened up to freight traffic this week
with passenger and express service
to come in n few week, says " the
While the Pennsylvania Company
has not secured absolute control of
the road, it has made arrangements
to carry an ot tne treignt at tnesamo M
rates given at points on the main I
line, which practically gives Ash-)
land two east and west trunk lines, i
The new road so far as completed is '
twenty-five miles long and and trav
erses one of the most fertile valleys
in Ohio. It now connects with the
The stieet fair is over ami cold weather is on us. Xpw is the
time to !egin looking around fe'r wur winter goods.
COMFORTS AND BLANKETS
Would feel very comfui table these cold night. AVe will place our
full line on inspection
Prices in comforts range from
Prices in blankets range from .
IQr In CI Cfl S
49c pair to $5.00
railroad at Shreve, and is to be com
pleted soon into the Massillon coal
fields if Wooster puts up $10,000 for
right of way.
H. E. Clark, for thirteen years
Height agent at Apple Creek, has
been transferred to Ashland. H. B.
Camp, of Akron, president of the
t-oad, proposes to erect a. large clay
mnnufacturing plant, employing 300
men along the line, which is expect
ed to be extended from here to
Toledo or Sandusky. Connection
with the En'p road is being made"
Cure that ingrown toe null by using
"JJr. Marvel's Ingrown Too ANail
Roniedy" price :!oc. For sale by all
An Examination Before
the New Board.
All Local Teachers Will be Requried
to Do So.
About six weeks ago at a Board of
Education meeting Mr. W. E. Sla
baugh made a vigorous complaint
in reference to the manner in which
teachers were allowed to teach, with
out taking an examination.
A new board of examiners has
since been appointed and every
teacher, who is teaching and has not
passed an examination, will be called
upon to do so.
Only one case has come to light.
It is said the teacher has not taken
an examination for three years. The
present examiners will conduct their
business in strict accordance with
the law, which, it is alleged, has
been violated in tho past.
For fine plumbing call en C. M,
Oberlin for prices.
Amount of Freight Brought
From (5 o'clock Wednesday even
ing to 6 o'clock Thursday morning
150 loaded cars of freight on the Erie
road were left at Akron from points
west. An official of the road said
Friday that every railroad siding in
th city could be used by the Erie.
TwoSl,livr Kepoited Wounileil.
Washingto:.. Sept. 22. A cable
gram from General Otis to the .war de
partment stated that Second Lieuten
ant Harry "S. Howlaud, Twenty-third
infantry, was severely wounded in Un
arm near lil Pardo, Island Cebn, on
Aug. 21. Private Oharlop -Fisher, com
pany H of the same regiment, received
a severe wound on the arm oa Aug. 25.
ire Distiller UtMil.
Sept. 22. John Herget,
the millionaire distil ler, is dead..
SPECIAL SALE OF SHOES FOR THURSDAY,
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
120 pair men's $1.75 calf shoes, congress or lace $1.05
ISO pair misses' dongola button or lace, nil styles $1.09
These shoes were $1.89.
Misses' shoes, lace only, sizes 1J to 2, were 98c, . 55c
Little gents' vici kid shoes, sizes S to 13J, were $1.25 ... 69o
Men's heavy working.shoes, buckle and congress ... $f.OO
Misses' 3 pt. house slippers, were i'Sc .... . .. 53c
Infants' shoes, sizes 2 to 5 19c
Children's slices, spring heel, 5 to 10K " tc
Our -winter line of men's and ladies' shoes are now on sale and
prices are down, to rock bottom ensh price.
We are showing an elegant line of
GOLF CAPES, JACKETS and SKIRTS
All the newest colors aud styles. Look at these goods and get our
prices before purchasing. -Children's worsted dresses, all styles and
sizes. Ladies' house wrappers in big varieties. Prices run from
The ROUGH EIDER HATS start at T 9c and range up to
53. OO. Over GO different kinds to select from.
"Notice of our millinery opening will appear later.
We aro showing'a big line of -
This fall and prices are right as you will see if you will give us a
look. Tho line is complete and ready for inspection. A nice fall or
winter overcoat would not go bad just now. Come in and get our
Big Line of Men's Stiff and Soft Hats
All new styles range $1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50. BOyS'
and men's caps all in.
Special sale DRY GOODS this week. No use
quote prices as this department is all bargains.
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j ..NEW MiLLiNERY STORE...
A -SV fc. 1SiiSi 3m ETa W rJ ;&.
Over Reid Bros. Shoe store, on Saturday, Sept. 23d. An
entire new line of TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED MILLINERT will be
shown. pJ"Watch this space for announcement of opening.
wi-fch J. Af.
PLAHS AHD 1 ALli WORK
fuSm OTS f GUARANTEED
Be ii. B. Sit do. Mercer nil
Me House Healing Boilers
Now is the time to have your boilers
examined and repairs madef
Tel. 195. 9nO ETrt M-.rl'n Cf
fics. Tel. 747. " b.mi nioini w.
PRESIDENT TO MAKE
irl.ctmlti III Ohio Culiip.liu Un-
fuiil- on Chicago Trip.
Wasihxuion, Sspt. '22. President
McKiuley will probably make a few
speeches in Ulno during the political
canipaigu which is to be opened in that
state tomorrow by Governor Roosevelt
of New York and Judge Nash, the Re-
SPEECHES. I pubhe-m candidate for governor.
Reiircaentatiru Dick, chairman of
the Ohio Republican committee, who is
in Wasuiuj,'ion, suggested to the presi
dent thjr lie nuke a few sppeches oa
his way to or from Chicago nest month,
and it is the present intention of ilr.
McKinley to comply with the reqneat
to the extrat of making a few remarks
from the platform of his train while
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THE STIH0AB0 m
In the city. Call and