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The Weather Tuesday
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" SILKS -
A durable outfit for a small out
lay can be had at our Drees Goods
' and Silk Counters. Every season
there. seems to be a stronger de
mand for SILKS to be given as
Christmas Presfintn. "OTa show
everything conceivable in the
J3U.juine.
" At $2.0fl n Yard
Heavy blistered effects in mohair
iwju su&ana 'wool crepons mane a
very handsome costume. This has
heen our best season in crepons we
ever had.
At $1.73 a Yard
Silk and wool crepons in fancy
ngures; aiso Bayadere stripes.
These eoods have never been sold
'for less than $2 a yard.
At $1.50 and $1.39 a Yard.
Thes6 goods are the mostpopular
of any crenons we have. Thevare
big-valnesand the assortment of
patterns is immense.
At $1.00 a Yard
56-In. black camel's hair; although
the demand is heavy for this class
of goods we have plenty in stook.
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Heavy taffeta silk, figured, made
with the new finish; 24 in wide.
$1.50
Peau de Sole and all silk, black
satins in.f till dress patterns, skirt
and waist patterns.
$1.00
Fancy stripes and plaid waist
silks in all the latest colorings,
'soarcely two alike, make hand
some presents.
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All silk taffetas, for waists.under
skirts and lining, any shade you
want wo have.
HJgf' We call your attention to
tbs Linens for Thanksgiving at
fl.OO a yard.
Our Kids are growing
more popular every day. "What
looks neater than a well made,
good fitting Kid Glove. 2 clasp or
hook fl.OO a'pair. Guaranteed.
S. & G.'s Specials :
For Week Ending Saturday, Dec 2. 2
! J lb. Shredded Cocoanut 18c, 2 lbs for 25c.-
S Fresh and moist. ,'
Chippewa Table Salt. 5c and 10c bag for
io and Sc, this weefc only, f
.2 S lbs. Choice California Peaces, Q 5
This week only for . , lOUJ
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5 6 lbs. New Process Cornitarch, yZ.r9
2 This week only for'' .
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. For yonr ThanKsrtvlnB Dinner you J
p should have a round of B. & G.'s 25c,
' S0c,'S2c or SSc Java and Mocha Coffee. J
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,UWc o" C0o India Ceylon or For
liTTea. JDPI:
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innolsleur Cluster ilalaga Balslns
15c per pound. f."
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B.fG.'i Confectioners' Powdered Sugar"
for frosting and candles 7c per lb.
J Silver "VVhlte Gelatine for 15c per box. Z
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8 Send, us an order by postal and It will
be promptly delivered. Addressed pes-
tal cards free for the asking at store.
8 op-Watch for "Pussy's Playtime"
gj90oCalendar. Finest thing we ever gave J
'out.
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!& Howard at.
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2 JText to Laskarls' fruit store.
A LITTLE CITY BOY
Was making his first visit in the
country at his grandfather's. He
was very much interested in the Jer
sey cows, and the first milking at
Which he attended was watched
with astonishment. The continuous
stream of milk aroused his curiosity
until he suddenly burst forth with:
"Say, grandpa, where do you turn it
on?" The joke was so good that
grandpa's JSmas supply of the
Model Bakery's Home-made Candy
was cheerfully handed over to the
young hopeful.
' Askyour grocer and candy stores
for the Model Bakery's home-made
candies, sold wholesale and retail.
Call and see onr fine line of Pancy
'Box Candy. Only leading makes
gold here.
S. B. LAFFERTY,
Phone 394
106 South Howard St.
If you think of changingyour heat
ing boiler call on Oberlin ; get prlceB
on the Cottage boiler for soft coal.
Next door to
Dodge's Furni
ture store.
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immonso Bargains in Suits and Overcoats a-fi: tho
Great
.NextdoortoDodgB's
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STILL AT LARGE.
No Trace of Murderer Joe Wade
Sheriff Kelly on a Still Hunt.
As yet murderer Joe "Wade has
not been apprehended. Sheriff
Frank G. Kelly has a clew and is
working upon the case. He believes
in keeping his own counsel and is
saying nothing about the case. "I'll
work until I get him,", said the
sheriff Monday, "and until then
there is nothing to say."
Joe Turner, aged 40 years, colored,
who was murdered at Tallmadge, by
Joe Wade, also colored, was buried
today in the potters' field in Glendale
cemetery.
FOUND GUILTY,
Was Flora J. Burt Heavy Costs
Cleveland Case.
Plora J. Burt was found guilty
In
at
Cleveland, Saturday, of promoting a
game of chance. She conducted the
Globe Tea company, that once oper
ated at Akron. Before Judge Fiedler
could impose a fine a motion for a
new trial was made. Bail was raised
from $200 to $1,500.
The woman was arrested June 21,
and the case, after many contin
uances, was brought to trial October
3. It was bitterly contested by ex
Judge Ong and Police Prosecutor
Kennedy. The costs "for the jury
alone are $684. Pifty-six witnesses
were heard and Miss Burt's costB are
between $600 and $700.
Wants Jobs.
Major H. A. Kasson, who was ap
pointed Census Supervisor of the
18th district, last week, was besieged
with callers today. His visitors
were men who were seeking appoint
ments under him. He will -appoint
about S00 men to take 'the census in
five counties, but as yet has not an
nounced the names of any of them.
DEATHS.
Bubbelit George, aged 7 months
and 16 days, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. BurreU, 505 "W. Thornton st.,
died Monday, Nov. 27, of dypfcheria,
after a brief illness of only three
days. Funeral Tuesday private.
Wilhelm Hiram "Wilhelm died
at the home of his daughter, Mrs.
W. A. Leiby, 228 W. Market st.,
Monday at 12 o'clock, Nov. 27, of
dropsy. He is survived by his wife,
Jessie, two daughters, Miss Susie
and Mrs. May Leiby and two sons,
H. C. "Wilhelm, first sergeant of 17th
Ui S. Infantry, now in the Philip
pines, and C. E. Wilhelm, in San
Francisco. Funeral Wednesday at
1 o'clock at the house.
Webne Joseph Werne, 65 years,
177 West South st., died Baturday,
Nov. 25, of dropsy.
McQuillan Felix McQuillan,
aged 68, of E. Tallmadge Ave., un
married, died Monday, Nov. 27, of
paralysis. , Funeral Tuesday at 9
o'clock at St. Vincent de Paul's
church.
Police Court. - '-
Cases, disposed of in Police court
Mpnday morning were: Bellly
Snyder, petit larceny, stealing some
cabbage, parsnips and potatoes from
Groceryman C. JE. Minton of West
Exchange st. Saturday night, $10 and
costs and 30 days. An affidavit has
been filed against Daniel Fasig, im
plicated in the same theft. Fasig
was imprisoned this forenoon.
Tommy Byan, assault and battery,
charge preferred by J. McGowan,
dismissed.
Jos. Wineheimer, Jack Eaganand
Alfred Bitchie, intoxication, each
$2 and costs.
First of Season.
1 The first entertainment of the sea
son by the Saengerbund was held in
Market House hall Sunday night. A
large crowd was present and a musi
cal program was given. A similar
concert will be given every month.
Those who took part were Frank i
Tennyson, C. Wolf, N. Scharf and
W. Scharf jr.
OAKS RUNNING Saturday
night at 10 o'clock, cars on the A. &
C. F. R. T. company's line were run
for the flrsttime through the new
cut in the hill just north of the fair
grounds.
Remodeling
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Don't miss the place. Don't miss thebargains. The only
Here and examine the goods.
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Is not too soon to be
prepared for snow
storms and wet
weather.
"We are ehowintr
a special line of
New
Styles,
New New
Lasts, Qualities,
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Let us lit vou in winter i
shoes.
Our prices are popular.
You get reliable goods
here. Always guaranteed.
Special low prices on
Trunks nnd SnfYlils
REID BROS. ;
Up-to-Date
Shoe and Trunk House
122 S. Howard St.
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MONEY!
WE LOAN IT ON EASY
PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND
YOURSELF OUT WE WILL LOAN
YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL .
SUTT YOU LOANS MADE
ON HALF HOUR'S NOTICE.
WE will make loans from $5 to $1,000 on
Watohes, Diamonds, Household Goods,
Pianos, Organs, Honsas, Wagons, Carriages,
Store and Office, Fixtures, Merchandise,
Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building Associa
tion Books, Insurance Policies, Bents, Con
tracts, WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY
WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV
ING THEM FROM YOUR POSSESSION.
Elegant Priratc Offices.
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Nathan 1VI. Bark,
193 South Howard St., gSSSU
Phone;i522 and8I3. Open evenings.
Money Money
In any amount. 6 to 7 per cent. Eate
of interest depends on amount want
ed and security offered. Call up 15
and find out our terms. 3To delay, if
you want money quick.
THE WILCOX-BRUNER CO.
Winter ls
J 3,000
For Xmas
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Thanksgiving
And we have everything necessary
to furnish a table for a nice
THANKSGIYLIG DINNER
First A good Dinner set.
. Second Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons.
Third Carving Sets and Turkey Platters.
Fourth Soup Sets and Ladles.
Fifth Fish Sets and Game Sets.
Sixth Salad Sets, Berry Sets and Fruit Sets.
Seventh Cut Glass Tumblers, Celeries, etc
Eighth Pie Plates and Jelly Dishes. , ,
Ninth Ice Cream Sets and Trays. ',.
Tenth Fruit Knives and Nut Picks.
THE
ERRICK & SONSCO.
CHINA
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
Sale of the Akron Clothing Co.,
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Over
land
ilKeep
Tab
on Shumaker's bargains a
in Footwear.
Have you seen those
Women's $4.00 Shoes iroinp
1st.
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at $2.15? All sizes.
Those Men's Vesting Topo!
f,&noes going at $2.50, ana;
2 many others. As passing the
o store, take a look at them in
i our window and show cases, e
The posters on shoedom. i
SSHIMAKER & CO.
J 131 Sontt Howard Street.
Will lie closed aU day Tbanlueivinc
Protection Hive
no. eo
&-. O. T. EV1.
Will have a bazaar and entertain
ment at Tip Top Hall on Tnesday
evening, !Nbv. 23, everybody is in
vited, admission 10c, and on the 29th
a pedro party and dance, admission
25c.
GEORGE a HUGILL has opened a
coal office at G25 East Mill st., (old
stand of T.W.McCue), and solicita
the trade of all his friends and
former patrons. Estimates on all
kinds of stone work cheerfully given?
Jobbing promptly done. Telephone
38?.
K. O.
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DANCING AOADEMY
Every Monday afternoon and evening.
Children's class at 4 p.m. Instructions to
adults 7 to 8:30. General dancing until 11
Mrs. Bertha L. Christman, Instructor.
HID MOREY, Manager.
J. W. MEE, Assistant.
NOTICE
TO
BOWLERS
Our New Regulation
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Bpwling 411ey
Has been completed, arid we now
claim it is THE BEST IN THE
STATE. Total length of alley 86
feet.
ALL ARE
CORDIALLY INVITED
TO VISIT
The Finest Bowl
ing Alley in
Akron
Um
hick"
BARNEY McDERMOTT, Prop.
is Coming
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way to be convinced that you
AKRON MINISTERS RESIGN.
Continued From First Page.
and by his hundreds of friends in
other churches.
Big Services Last Night.
The revival services at the First
Church of Christ last night brought
out the largest attendance that ever
crowded into the building. The
Sunday school rooms were used and
all standing room was occupied.
Evangelist Scoville preached on
"Christian -Evidences." His subject
tonight will be, "Resurrection .of
Christ."
Dr. Huston is a very superior
leader of singing and to his efforts
much of the praise for success of the
revival services is due.
REV. MYERS
Took Farewell
of
His
Congregation.
Evening Services Attended by the
Stationary Engineers.
Eev. N. J. Myers concluded his
work as pastor of St. Paul's Luther
an church Sunday by preaching two
sermons to his congregation one in
the morning the other in the even
ing. The topic for the morning ser
mon was the "Man of Gallilee."
The evening services were attend
ed by thirty members of the local
Brotherhood of Stationary Engi
neers and their families. At these
services the pastor talked on "The
Power That Moves the World." He
discussed mechanical power; gener
al physical power; moral power;
educational power; and spiritual
power, tracing all power to God, the
Chief Engineer of the universe; the
original source of all power.
A feature of the evening services
was the exhibition of a miniature
design representing a battery of boil
ers, engines and all the belongings
of a well-equipped engine room. It
was constructed by Mr. Henry F.
Burgner of Bell St., one of the offi
cers of the Akron Stationary Engi
neers'" lodge, arid was very ingen
ious". ' l
During ev. Tuyerys two years'
service as pastor of the church the
congregation was largely Increased,
the Sunday school enrollment being
increased' to 800. More thah $800
were'paid in principal and interest
on the church debt. Attendance at
yesterday's services was the largest
ever assembledlS the church.
Bev. Myers will leave at 9 Thurs
day morning over the Lake Shore
for South Bend, Ind. He will rest
from preaching entirely for the win
ter and probably for the year,' his
reason for leaving the charge being
on account of ill health, his physi
cian having declared a protracted
rest to be imperative. If Bev. Myers
regains his health sufficiently he
will remove to Chicago in the spring
to lecture on biblical art, and if able
to re-enter the ministry will engage
In mission work in Chicago.
To Be Married.
Mr. David Gilhooly and Miss Cath
arine Bowers, both of Akron, will be
united in marriage Wednesday
morning, jNovember 29, by Dr.
Francis T. Moran, pastor of St.
Mary's church.
TAILOR-MADE GARMEHTS
We are making Tailor-made Gowns
a specialty. Also remodel Jackets.
Good work and perfect fit guaran
teed. Lmlies are Invited to call and
Investigate our work.
EDWARDS & HARM0IT.
122 S. Howard, over Keld's slioo store.
, Suits Made to Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed
Frank Ullrich, Tailor
'Cleaning:, Repairing: and Pressing:
. For Cheap Prices, Come and See Ks.
2Q.O S. Howard 3"t.
. Over Mrs. Swartz's Cigar Store.
I Plumbing and Heating.
Repairing steam and hot water sys
tems and steam fitting a specialty.
Engelhari & Eckari
311 (Willi St. .
THANKSGIVING
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SHUMWAY.
Continued From First Page.
Heimbaugh vs. Ernest Pflueger, the
plaintiff has filed a reply to the de
fendant's answer in which she de
nies every allegation that the case
had been previously settled.
Cases Settled.
A judgment for $10 has been given
the plaintiff in the case of Eliza
Weary vs. G. F. Packard.
The case of the Akron Building &
Loan association vs. the Akron State
Building & Loan Co. was been dis,
missed. Will Go Higher.
Monday afternoon Judge ' Kohler
overruled the motion for a new trial
in the case of Detectives Doran and
DeCelle vs. the Countv. Is is un
derstood that the case will be taken
to the Circuit court.
Guardian For Mr. Palmer.
Frank Thelss has been appointed
guardian for Chas. H. Palmer.
In Probate.
Jay W. Little has been appointed
administrator of the estate of the
late J. W. Little. Bond $12,000.
John Wolf, J. H. Seymour and Chas.
Wightman were appointed ap
praisers. The will of Julia A. Gifford has
been probated.
To Newburg.
Joseph Handwerk, recently ad
judged insane, will be sent to New
burg. Marriage Licenses.
Joseph Watters, Akron 24
Nellie Corkins, Akron 28
JohnE. Dwyer, Akron 28
WiUrena Dick, Akron so
Fred Butzer, Hametown 28
Freeda Oser, Hametown 23
Joseph H. James, Akron 31
Edith E. Mallison, Akron 22
At the Grand.
The box office receipts of the last
performance of Remember the
Maine last season were so great that
Lincoln J. Carter was induced to
strengthen his company and launch
it again on the sea of public patron
age. It will be seen In its new dress
at the Grand tonight.
"Don't Tell My Wife," to be given
at the Grand Thanksgiving matinee
and evening, comes highly recom
mended. It will draw a big house.
"At Piney Ridge," which was re
ceived here with such favor last sea
son, will be presented Saturday af
ternoon and evening, at the Grand.
Dan W. Ruttriian of 109 Mills ave.,
returned to Akron Saturday, suffer
ing from an acute attack of rheuma
tism, He has been in a large cloth
ing house in Pittsburg.
Carl Beynolds of Little Bock,
Ark., is visiting in the city.
EVANGELICAL ALLIANCE
The meeting of the Summit County
Evangelical Alliance at the First
Church of Christ Monday morning,
was well attended. The principal
part of the program was an address
by Eev. C. E. Keller, on "My Obser
vations Abroad." A resolution that
during the week of prayer first
week in January all ministers meet
at 11 o'clock, a.m., ior prayer, was
adopted.
MILLEE HAD MANY DTLPES.
Police Think Blind Fool Man Will Be
Canebt Victims In Pennsylvania
and Ohio.
Ne-w Yoke, Nov. 87. William P.
Miller and his secretary and chief
boomer, Cecil Leslie, of the Franklin
syndicate,, the 10 per cent a week con
cern of Brooklyn, had not yet been ar
rested. The extensive operations of the
Franklin syndicate and exhaustless cre
dulity of the American peoplejare shown
by the number of dividend drafts which
are held ly the different city banks.
These drafts were sen. through tne
mails by iltller to subscribers living at
distant points and they deposited themH
in tneir local bruits for collection. Tne
local banks in turn sent them to the
New York banks, which act as their
agents here.
These drafts arrived on Saturday.
Many more are expected this week.
As the syndicate has assigned, the
drafts will be returned to their dupes.
The Nation il City hank alone has
about 200 of the drafts sent here by
hanks in Allegheny City, Portland,
Me., Elsie, Ind., Anienia, N. Y., Grand
Lodge. Mich., Fitchburg, Mass., Wheel
ing, Urbana, O., Ehzabetn, N. J., and
two score of other towns.
The Nassau National bank and the
Mechanics bonk also have Miller drafts
sent them from out of town.
The nolice sav thev have snread a
dragnet for Miller wnich they say will
bring the missing head of the Franklin
syndicate to prison before long.
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No. 128 South Howard
and save from
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Handkerchiefs
We have never been so
f this line as at the present
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nearly SO,000 handkerchiefs and
are- making some very; special offerings.
All Jinen, hemstitched handkerchiefs for ladies, 5c,
10c, 124c, 15c, 18c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
Hand embroidered, pure linen handkerchiefs, 10c,
12c, 15c, 25, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1 up to 34 each.
Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs 10c, 124c, 15c, 19c,
25c, 39c, 50c, 75c, SI each.
Lace trimmed handkerchiefs 5c to $2 each.
Real lace handkerchiefs 1 to So each.
Initial handkerchiefs for ladies 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c each.
Initial handkerchiefs for men 10c, 15, 25, 50, 75c,
$1.00 each.
Ladies' handkerchiefs in boxes, assorted, embroidered
and lace trimmed at SI to $5 a box.
Children's handkerchiefs in boxes 15c, 25c, 50c a box.
Everything known in the handkerchief line can be
found in our stock at reasonable prices.
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Holiday
Slaughter
OF SUITS, TOPCOATS AND OVERCOATS
FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN. We make it a point to satisfy
everybody in value and price in their purchases of clothing.
SUITS FOR MEN. We have certainly obtained a stock of suits
that for designs, quality, fit and make, have never been equaled by
us. These suits consist of fancy and plain worsteds, cheviots and
cassimeres, cut to perfection; trimmed in custom styles ; all shapes
of coat?. Our slaughter prices $4.98, $6, $8, $10, $12, $15 and up.
Our $10 suits equal to any $15 suits sold elsewhere.
OVERCOATS and TOPCOATS We are the -recognized leaders In
Men's Overcoats. Black, brown, grey, blue ana light colors, In
Covert, Whipcords, Cheviots, Kerseys, Meltons, Friezes, Beavers,
etc., etc. OUR SLAUGHTER PRICES $6.50, $7.50, $8.50, $10, $12,
$14, $16 and up. N
CHILDREN'S SUITS $1, $2, $3, $5 and up.
CHILDREN'S TOP COATS $2 50 and np,
BOYS' SUnS $1, $1.50. $2, $3. $3.50, $5 and up.
BOYS' OVERCOATS and TOP COATS $2.50, $2.75, $5 and up.
'To avoid mistakes be
Big 134 Clothing House
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. Thanksgiving .
Have a Nice Appearing
Dining Room
Cane Seat
Chairs from
Oak Extension
Tables from
Oak Sideboards
from
Also now is the time to select your
Presents For Xmas
Have them set aside until wanted.
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for the Holidays
well prepared to serve you in
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EASTMAN CAMERAS
Until further notice. One
third off for cash. Get one at
once and he happy at
les St Son,
228 South Main Street, A&ron, O
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Next door to
Dodge's Furni
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