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VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 204
To Akron to Speak.
Commissioners D.F. Pugh
ang Edw. Kibler
Accept Invitation to Ad
dress Akron People.
Will Explain Plan of Municipal
And Invite Akron's Citizens to Help
Make It Law.
Akron's citizens who aro Interest
ed in Municipal Reform will have a
rare opportunity to hear tho matter
dlsoussed by Messrs. Edward Kibler
and David F. Pugh, members of the
Ohio Municipal Code Commission,
at Akron, on the evening of Decem
Messrs. Kibler and Pugh are the
authors of tho Revised Municipal
Code of Ohio, e now and uniform
plan of municipal government, cov
ering 260 closely printed pages,
which will be presonted to the ap
proaching session of the Qenoral
Assembly for adoption.
Several days ago Attorney Dayton
A. Doyle, chairman of the Legisla
tion Committee of the Chamber of
commerce, invited Mr. Kibler to ad
dress a meeting of Akron citizens,
Be has received the following re
ply: MrNioirAiiConE Commission, )
.Columbus, 0.,Dec. 12,IS99. (
Mr; Dayton A.-Doyle, Akron, O.
Dear Sir: Mr. Ferris has sent me
a copy of your letter to him of De
cember the 7th. Wo have an en
gagement at Cleveland on tho 28th
and unless you desire to Ux tho date
earlier, ono or both of the members
of this Commission could come to
Akron for an evening meeting. I
trould suggest tho 27th or 28th of Do
ismber. If any other date would
') lit you bettor please advise us.
Very truly youis,
J1 'ember of Municipal Codo Com
mission. At a meeting of the Legislative
( Not tho ordinary kind )
A handsome veir-boolc filled
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it's worth five times that amount. 0
It u a reliable chronology ot
the progtess of the 19th century
and a prophecy of what may be
expected in the 20th.
Here ira f ew of tht great men who bire
written for Itt
Secretary Wilson, on Agriculture
Sen. Chauncey M. Depew, on Politics
TnH.11 Saar. nn Vlnance
Thomas Edison, . " Electricity
lien. Merntl, . " x-anu Y.mja
Adml. Hlchborn, "( Naval Warfare
"Al" Smith, '. " Sports
You will enjoy reading it now,
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stamps and receive this elegant
book ftee. Address
J. C. A) er Co., Lowell, Mass.
"Be It ever so hum
ble, there's no place
But remember that
the pleasures of home
are enhanced most
wonderfully by the ad
dition occasionally of
new articles of Furni
ture, Rugs, Draperies,
a pretty Lamp or some
of the many articles to
be found in a well ap
pointed house furnish
Also remember that
Is just the best time to
make such additions.
There's nothing finer
Seller of everything to fur
nish a house,
South Howard street.
committee Wednesday afternoon it
was decided to ask Messrs. Kibler
and Pugh to speak in Akron on tho
night of Dec. 27 A good 'hall will
be obtained for the purpose.
Gas Has Caused
At Plant ot Aultman, Millor & Com
Aultman, Miller fc Company's
manufacturing and twino plants
have been having a pretty hard
strugglo to koop in operation during
tbo past fow days, on account of tho
shortage of the gas supply.
On Monday nine hollers wero flrod
by gas, and then tho gas gave out.
Tho coal supply was short also, but
Anally four boilers wero fired. Tho
employes are not putting in full
days, but by Friday, it is expeotod
that everything will bo running
The-American Cereal oompany's
Empire plant, In Quarry st., was
also run by gas, and It, too, was
"caught hard.'1 Coal was rosorted
to, but the work is being continued
at oonslderablo disadvantage.
Will be Shipped Within
Next 15 Days.
Large Addition Will be Built to an
Akron Shop Capacity Increased.
Machinery (equipment of the
Peoria Rubber company, at Peorlu,
III., recently purchased by tho India
Rubber company of Akron, will be
shipped to this city within the next
"Whllo we do not contoraplato
manufacturing any special lines,"
said an ofllclal Wednesday evening,
"this additional equipment will in
crease our present capacity one-third,
and enable 11s to do a much largor
business in a general way.
"A large addition will be added to
our main building. We have not
fully decided on Its size, but plans
for It aro now being considered.
Address to Buckley Post.
Judge N. D. Tibbals will address
Buokley Post, O, A. R., at exercises
tomorrow night ot 8 in honor of
Washington's death. Publlo invited.
AKRON. OHIO, THURSDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 14. 1899.
Of Trust Question
Will be Discussed by
Mr. 0. C. Barber For,
Judge Tibbals Against.
Akron's Economic League an
Many Prominent Citizens Interested
The Lecture Course.
Akron is now assured of a large
and Intelligent class in the study of
More than 05 representative citi
zens of Akron hovo been Interested
In the work of organizing an Akron
center of the Economio League under
tho plan of the University Associa
tion of Chicago. The membership
includes tho following:
Judge J A Kohler, Rev Jns H AV
Blake, Judge C R Grant, Hon Goo
W Crouse, Rev J L Davles, Dr T F
Mahar, AV B Doyle, Hon QW Slober,
R E Nevin, Dr L S Ebright, Rev
Frank C ETaddook, Jonathan Taylor,
Prof R S Thomas, Prof S P Orth,
Rev Chas E AV Kellor, H E Andress,
Mayor AV E Young, Judge N D Tib
bals, Nathan Morse, F L Brown,
Chas Baird, Judge E AV Stuart, S
AV Krull, Dr W 0 Jacobs, P E AVer
ner, H T WUlson, S G Rogers, AV A
Spencer, H AV Loomls, E J Nixon,
C V Robinson, 0 Morcor Adams, A
J Saalfleld, Robt Powell, N R Steln
er, Geo O Berry, O 0 Barber, P H
AVinter, Doxter AVilllston, Jos S
Benner, D P AVheeler, Alf AA'oodring,
W E AVheeler, L R May, N O
Stono, J B AVrlght, D L Mnivln,
D S Bowmon, J M Kolloy, W A Fol
ger, H E Raymond, P AV Leavitt, AV
J O'Nell, 0 0 Goodrich, J E Mc
Kean, 0 R Olln, Louts Seybold, AV
A Uphara, R H Wright, E P Otis.
FE AVhltteinore, Dr.E O Leberman,
W H Odell, H Nosbitt, J T Dlohm.
An Interesting Course
The following representative men
have agreed to give lectures on
tho subjects of tbo course and these,
with many others, will be notive
members at each of tho olub meet
ings: "Trusts" O O Barber.
"Anti-Trusts" Judge ND Tibbals.
"National Expansion" Judge J A
"The Present Crisis" Judge 0 R
"Municipal Ownership of Publlo
Bervlce System" Uov. FO Haddock.
"Municipal Government" Mayor
"Government Ownership" Prof. S
"The Church and Social Problems"
Rev. J L Davles.
"Distribution of AVealth" R E
"Direct Legislation: Initiative and
Referendum" Jonathan Taylor.
"The Publio School Toachor of
America" Paul E AVerner.
"The Relation of Publio Sanitation
to Industrial Llfo" Dr. LS Ebright.
"Money" AV B Doyle.
"Banking" Geo AV Grouse.
"Taxation" Judge E AV Stuart.
"Education as a Factor In the So
lution of the Soolol Problems"
Prof. R S Thomas.
"Constitutional Law" H T AV111
son. Duration ot lectures Limited.
Others who aro members of the
club should distinctly understand
that these lectures are to be short
ones of but 16 or 20 minutes, thus
giving any member of tho league tho
opportunity of entering upon tho dis
cussions whloh aro to follow. The
lustructlou used by these Economio
Leagues Is a University Extension
course which Is prepared by some of
tho best specialists In the Unted
If Akron can have a olub of some-
Major Dick, of Ohio.
(As .ecn by Ciirtoonlst Davenport.)
Ho is tho right-baud man of Sen
ator lift nnn, and therefore close to
the President. Now York Journnl.
thing like 1130 membels, Miss AVh It
worth, the organizer, tells Us that
tho University association will also
send a lecturer from Clilcago in -ad
dition to tho course of 1 study, with
out extra expense They will send
the Rt. Rev. Bamuel Fallows, D.D.,
LL.D., who will glvo "Tho Trend of
Our Present Industrial and Commer
cial Systems," or John P. Gavltof
tho Chicago Commons, on "Tho
Ethical Aspects of tho Labor Frob
loins." It is to be hntioii the'intorost
of the men will becomegreat enough
that tho membership may be in
creased and so have the additional
The oxpense of tho course is slight
and within tho moans of everyone
All classes should be Interested in
this movement and nro invited to be
come members the clerk, laborer,
mechanic, and busy buslnoss nnd
professional man allko.
Any additional information may
be secured by Informing tho organ
izers, MIssG. O. or Mr. H. AV. AVhit
worth in care of general delivery.
Will be Erected at Bar
First National Bank's Quarters
Savings Bank Moved.
Tho Savings bank at Barberton,
will, within tho uoxt two weeks, bo
moved into tho Smith block on Tus
carawas ave. By April 1, the First
National bank will be located In a
new building now in course of con
struction. E. M. Buol, presldont of the Bar
berton Savings bunk, Is now figuring
on a building to be ei octed on Tusca
rawas avo. It will be two stories
high and 40x100. A. G. Lusk of 100
Lincoln st., Akron, also contemplates
ereottng a buslnoss block, adjoining
that of Mr. Bitot's. The two build
Ings will doubtless bo built undor
Mr. Lusk, who was for 16 y oars
supervisor of the local division of the
Erie road, is not yet decided whether
he himself will engage In business in
the now block or rent It to another.
Mr. Buol did not state for what pur
pose he is building the now block,
but It Is Inferred that a new bank
will be Btartod.
Ltnooln Command, Union Veter
ans' union, will glvo a prizo enter
tainment in S. of V. hall tomorrow
(Friday) evening. Admission 10c.
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Select early and get the choice of largest stock. No matter Avhat you want
for Christmas, you aro likely to find it in our stock, which is very large and at
tractiA'o. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT AND QUALITY GUAR
Made For Officers The
Prominent Members ot the Order
Tho Order of Protected Home Cir
cle held an interesting meeting AVed
nesdny night, with CO membors pres
ent. Tho most Important business tran
sacted was the nomination of officers
to bo electod on AVednosday, Dec.
27. On that night 18 new members
will bo Initiated. Two were Initiated
Nominations aro: President, J. M.
Harding; vice president, (one to
elect), O. E. AA'right nnd Miss Fanny
C. Souors; gnaidlan, Mrs. Theodosla
Kurtz; chaplain, Mrs. Emma Cum
mins; secretary, A. MoLaughlln;
(Mr. McLaughlin has held this po
sition eight years) ; accountant (one
to elect), David Tnholsky, H. A.
Martin; treasurer, E. H. Danforth;
guide (ono to oloct), Thomas D.
Harris, F, H. Rush; porter (ono to
eloct), II. H. Garman, Ed Myers;
watchman, H. A. Martin, trustoo, F.
H. Shirey; mtdlcal examiner (two
to eloct), E. J. Caufflold, M. AV.
Kapp, J. L. Leo; reprosontatlvo to
Grand Clrolo (three to elect), E. J.
Cauuleld, David Tubolsky, F. H.
Bush, II. A. Martin; (By virtue of
tholr being mombers of the Supremo
Ciicle, A. McLaughlin and E. II.
Danforth aro entitled to seats In the
Grand Circle.); organist, Emma U.
Public Installation of officers will
be conducted January 10. George
AV. Beard of Cleveland, grand presi
dent of the stato organization, will
be present to preside over tbo instal
lation exercises, Other prominent
state ofllcers will be heio and the
well drilled team of the AVoodland
avonue circle of Cleveland will also
tako part in the installation pro
gram. Arrangements for the ovent
are already undor way.
Has Been Takon Back Murder Case
Tho trial of AVm, Henderson, for
the alleged murder of John Hartong,
has been continued In the Stark
county court to the next term. Ho
has beon taken back to the peniten
The Summit County Horticultural
society met nt the horns of Geo. AV.
Brewster, Thomastown, AVednesday.
Seventy-five wero present. A very
substantial dinner was sen ed, fin
ished with delicious grapes. The
program was unusually interesting.
Frank, Laubacli & Clemmer Co.
AM & LE.1
Rubies, Sapliires, Emeralds, Pearls, Opals, Etc.,
Mounted as Pendants, Broaches, Rings, Shirt
Studs, Stick Pins, Etc., in Styles That Are New
and Prices Varying to Suit All Purchasers. . . : .
ANTEED ON EVERY ARTICLE.
Every Evening I
Temple, (VI a in
LUCKY MAN Tho first of a
series of dances to be given the
coming season by the Knights and
Ladles of Security was held In
Kaiser's hall AVednosday night.
About fiO couples wero present.
Souers orchestra furnished tho music.
During tho Intermission a handsome
quilt was raffled. Tho lucky man
was Mr. Almann of East Akron. He
held ticket No. 210.
SIEBOLD'S FUNERAL The
funeral of Jacob Slebold was held
f r jm Park's Morguo (Thursday. In
terment in Glendale cemetery.
AVIKE DOAVN-A long stretch of
wire nlong the Erie tracks near
Loavlttsburg was blown down din
ing tho heavy storm.
RF.COA'ERING-Bort Hays, who
attempted suicide at the city prison
a fow days ngo, Is recovering from
his wounds, but it is believed that bo
CHURCH FAIR-The "Fair of
Days" at the Grace M. E. church
closed AA'ednesday evening. The at
tendance and sales were satisfactory.
ADDRESS TO STUDENT3
Prof. C. F. Seese addressed the stu
dents of the Actual Business college
AVednesday ovonlug. Ho 00k for
his bubject "Poor Richard."
RESIDENCE SOLD-A. C. Guth
has sold his residence in Springfield
township to Mrs. Charlotte A. Han
key. Consideration $S,000.
RECEPTION Tho principal and
teachers of Howe school will give a
reception Friday evening at 7 o'clock
to the patrons and friends of the
school. An interesting program will
Hauok Frederick Houck, aged
40 years, 1 month nnd 4 days, died at
his homo, 309 Fountain St., at !)
o'clock AVednesday evening. Death
was caused by meningitis. Funeral
will be held Sunday. Interment in
Glendale cemetery. Deceased had
leslded in Akron 30 years and was a
member of tho Foresters of -America
and the Royal Arcanum.
Snow tonight Fair Friday Con
tinued low temperature.
The Absolutely Pure
Made from Grape
Cream of .Tartar.
Baking"powders made from alum-and other
harsh, caustic acids are lower in price, but
inferior in work and injurious to the stomach.
PRICE ONE CENT
Program Prepared tor This Enter
The entertainment, to bo given in
tho High School assembly room
Tuesday evening, under the auspices
of tho Athletic Association, promises
to be interesting. Seven students
are entered in the oratorical contest.
Tho monoy, which is derived from
the entertainment, will be used to
pay the indebtedness ot the foot ball
team. The program follows: Decla
mation, Myrtle AA'ild; oration, Ar
thur Cass; declamation, !'. Dixon;
oration, Clarence Carlton; declama
tion, Hazel Smith; oration, Herman
Schlegol; dclamatlon, II. Rhodes
Royal and Select Masters Hold
The Masonic election of Akron
Council, Royal and Select Masters,
was hold AA'ednesday night. They
aro: H. R. AA'hltraan, t.l.m.; J. C.
McMUlen, deputy i.m.; Edward
Noll, principle conductor of the
work; A. H. Sargent, secretary; AA
A. McClellan, treasurer; A. F.
Koons, captain of tbo guard; H.
Bocksted, conductor of the council;
Georgo H. Stickney, Steward; J. J.
The installation followed the
election. A banquet was served.
Officers elected by the Barbers'
union aro: President, AV. F. Dralme;
vice president, John Kimball; re
cording secretary, John Hadfleld;
guide, S. H. Hershberger; treasurer,
D. B. AVolkor; trustee, Jacob O. Ken
dig, Harry O'Brien, Herman Tess
mer; financial committee, Joseph
Richards, H. AV. Putt and Claude
NO QUORUM PRESENT And
Cuyahoga Falls Council did not hold
a meeting AVednesday night.
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