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AKRON IXATXY DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY". .lUtiVniopo
55. A Q.
J Wo :mi' prepared lu supply our
trade with tin white iir lilni'k fruit
J Jnr lubbers, .". dor., fur I Or; pure
sum niuippis, M'icr dozen, .miinoii
can covers, wllli rubbers, 1!.". J'ure
rcllucil pn ru III up-, lnc pel" lb.
SCHUMACHER & GAMMETER,
101 S. Howard St. Tel 02U.
People's or Central Union
obi it 01
A. M. COX, Manager.
Polite Vaudcvillc--Wcck Beginning;
Monday Matinee, July 9.
LEWIS & FRENCELLI
In high-dnss oerntid slngiiiK
MARSH & SARTELLA
Slngors, ccconlrlo and novelty
Modern parodists. talkors and doncors
Knicknaok dancers and the Soven
galled doll -Admission
oveulngs, .'Ue nnd -Oc.
Mntlnees 10c to all parts of the
Two performances dally, except Sun
day. Afternoons l!::0--Evenings 8:15.
lleberveil seats on sale at the A. B.C.
waiting loom, three days lu advance
Entire change of . rogram each week.
Flee baud concert Sundry afternoon.
Bookkeepers & Stenographers
Weil equipped for tholr work are al
ways In demand. Those froip
Are well eipllpped. With an up-to-date
cqurse of study. Ilrst class teachers,
and superior facilities for assisting our
snidelils (oppositions, we solicit your
Hammel's Business College.
i mm n i(
II I I Lib Theater
Week Commencing Monday, July 9
Every Evening at 8 O'clock.
MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON
LOU G. LEE, rianisr.
Geo. Dl'PREE fc DUPREE Llbbic
Eccontrle Gorman comedy sketch
Victoria SAWTELLE SISTERS . Mary
Vocalists and dancers.
ILER & WALTONE
Comic acrobatic sketch, "I'ncio'fl
Grand illuiriinri'fc'd'liallrion aseVtiMon
by .Mile. I .el toy. cver.v .Monday and
Thursday evening. A gieat display of
llreworUs from the clouds. '
Concert every Sunday.
irc round trip with icscrved chair
Itnpld Transit line.
Huy tickets from conductors. ,
i ra Mi
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
July 5, 6 and 7,
The society drama,
rtoservod Seats KRKK with round
trip then tor ticket.
0. C. BARBER
Has Returned Home.
TIRED OF LIFE.
Well Pleased With His
Mr. O. C. Hurbrr, president of the
Diamond Match company, rcturmjd
to his lioiiic In this Oily, Friday mor'n-'
lug, from Purls, He sailed for Europe
April ITi, and ami loured England,
Uermimy, Scotland and I'Vunce. I'rlor
to sailing for the Culled Slates, Mr.
nurbor spent two weeks att lie Paris
exposition. A? '
in eon versa t ion With a reporter for
the Democrat, .Mr. Harbor said: "I
have no other Journeys In view, and
v III remain at home for some Mine.
Husfness tiff airs connected with the
Diamond Mutch company were never
In hotter condition. Everything goes
well, and nothing new lu the line of
Improvements or additions are being
EN.IUVEI THE Tltll
"I enjoyed my trip vevy much, and
my health Is good. Musiness Indus
tries hi the countries 1 ;lnllod are
Speaking of the- Paris vNPosItlon, Mr.
Harbor said: "It is a grnml'Hiow, and,
the exhibits of the vailoiisj countries-
.Indicate marvelous progress, fit achieve
ments iu all linos ol tut, science and
mechanism. I was .much Impressed
wllh the grandeur and luugultlceu'''1
of everything connected with the ex
position." "How do' the American exhibit.' com
pare wllli those of other countries'!:"
"Oh," exclaimed the Match King,
"(lie Putted States leads theni all."
INDUSTltlKS FOR HAUHBUTON.
Mr. Harbor said Hint, while no had
nothing detlnite to say In reference to
new Industries for ' Hnrberton, he,
nevertheless had -In view several new
plants. "I always have lu view new
plants for Hurherlon," lie said, "but
1 feel coiilldeut tliat I may really be
able to secure some new Industries dur
ing this year."
LENIENT WITH HOSPITAL-.
When spoken to in refeience to Ids
offer to the City hospital authorities
of an endowment' 'fund of .sllHMiUp,
providing the present debt of iflo.omi
were paid by .Inly l."i. Mr. Harbor said:
"1 have been Informed that the debt
has not yet been paid, and tlm( llieie
Is little posibllitlly of its being paid
by .Inly 1.1.
I feel very friendly toward the hos
pital, and will not lake snap Judgment
concerning" the" off oris of Akron's cit
izens In Its behalf, Hut 1 do feel that
the citizens of lids ely should, lie able
to secure $iri.iW'by subscriptions
when I am willing lo donate au en
dowment fund of .fi'U()1.
..VII,I. i:X.TH,N-D.Tllj: TI.MIO. -
"1 am iicllnit In Rood faith in Hie
mailer and would like I'o see" the
"hoxpltiil prosper- .1. Mmll pot, alter the
conditions of the. offer so far as tliey
relate to the payment of the debt. The
debt must be paid before the endow
ment fund Is presented, lull 1 shall ex
tend the time llmli for paying the
debt to such icasoualile period beyond
'.lilly lo as may be convenient lo the
Young Married Woman Purchased a
A well dressed woilian, IXi or .'10
years of age, created a scene on S.
Howard st., at .". o'clock Friday after
noon. The woman jnirchused an half,
ounce of chloroform at l.auipartcr's
drug store. She sold she wanted It for
the tooth ache. She left the sloro ami
met her husband on the sidewalk. A
heated conversation followed. She was
heard to say that hu was a Worthless
fellow find that she had the stuff to
end her life. "On account of my folks,
I lulled lo do It," said the woman,
"hut 1 can't sliiuil II any longer." At
this, she started for a south bound
car and the drug clerk, who hud been
It fl.,.1,,,1 I.. .1... . I. ....... .... 1. ,.-, I..I Iw.i.-
I11(T,,,I ,. Illl'1,l.,,11,l, JPtlirMIVH llll.
.s ine cur sioppeo, ne griiooeii um
JhiIIIo from her hands ami smashed
Jf to the pavement. The names of
the parlies could not be learned.
Thought the Government Had No
Right to Know.
United States Marshal Kcdey of
Cleveland was in Akion' Friday, lie
subpoenaed Major Knsoii as a wit
ncss befoie (he United States court.
The case will be lieaid lu Xancsvllio
The case Is brought In the Southern
Ohio dlstilcl and a funnier who lefiwed
to answer the iiicstlons of ii ecu-ills
ciiiiuieiator is tin; defendant.
...DANCING AT PAVILION...
JSvory oveniiig with Kddio
1IU Lfl C " 111- Ji
' Vfl 1 V II if-rj
is srL 1 1 .y.
p - m
Is now Tonclv for your insnootlon
you aro cordially Invited, fooling 1
eonlldontoiir now stocK ot Hiitt
Inps. Fancy Vostlugs, Triinnilngs
ntid Top Coatings will please oven
the most fastidious.
3 ' Tailor,
r,uth Block, U4-I36 S. Howard St.
Of Answers Given
To Uncle Sam's Long List
Census Supervisor 11. A. Isassou and
his corp.-. of clerks are daily com.iug
against some propositions In the eiiu
Hvery paper Is carefully scrutJniKi-d
and wiieievcr needed, Hie information
Is bolstered up to agree wllh copinion
sense anil reason, Hlunders seem iu bb
numerous and some ludicrous answers
aro found to Uncle Sam's ipiostious.
II appears easy lu p'roperly' rnjoiil a'
mini's occupation, but Hie census tak
ers have made woefully hard work of
It and all sorts of answers have ibeen
One man would have It known that
he Is a "handy man all around,". while
the word "choars" explains llio' posi
tion held b. another. One's occupation
Is a "luisstcr" and another supremely
happy creature is refolded as a "bride
gloom." The woids "Twins" is placed oppo
site the name of one, while the occu
pation of a young maiden, no doubt a
pretty girl, is given as "driver of a
brewery wagon." Two men, who
evidently vvoik iu a steel mill, are en
gaged I ipeplng-sheets" and 'pick
ling sheets," while another is an "elec
tric oi n ne,"
One man lias an iinsual Job, He Is
engaged lu being an yimbecilo.' An
other is a "loafer," and one a "sacred
minister." The icports show that there
Is a "latherer'1 In Uncle Hum's domain,
as well as a "spectator" and a "pnnl
ner." one cllljten of this country is a
Pro- S - He - oil, which being prop
erly and correctly translated means,
proprietor of a- summer resort.
Cambridge, ()., .Inly U.-(Spl.)-DvvlglU
Cooper, aged Slxleen, arri'Sled
at Hlg Spilngs, Tex-., charged with
forgery of a cheek for $100 on the
Oanibrldg" Central National bank,
pleaded guilty today and was senten
ced to the Manslicld reformatory until
of age. .lohn Harper, charged with
bigamy, pleaded guilty, today and was
sentenced to one year in the penitentiary.
Pleasure Seeker Hurt.
Mr. 1. M. Simpson was taken to the
City Hospital late Thursday night,
with severe injuries to his head. While
iu bathing, Simpson was struck by a
toboggan. He was uiieoiiseioi)s for
three hours. It was feared that his
skull was fractured. Mr. Simpson was
Improving Friday. He had been in
Akion but a mouth, lie lives In Scrati
Special Low Prices
TRUNKS and '
Bonnie's Gratitude Short Lived.
Hennie Myers, for whom a good
home was secured in this city by Chief
Harrison and Prlsonkeeper Washer,
showed a lack of appreciation of kind
ness early Thursday morning, by run
ning away from his new home. He
took with him n lot of new clothes
purchased for lijm by Mrs, .lohn A
(ioodvyln, of Cuyahoga lul)s live., with
whom he lived, ltojiule was arrested
In Akron a week ago on a charge of
vagrancy. He is aged 1 1 years. .
Is the Greatest MONEY SAVING SALE EVER HELD.
$1.50 NOW $1.50
Misses' Tan Lace
Cloth Top Shoes
Regular prioo -$2.00
50c NOW 50c
Child's Tan and
Regular price Si. 00
$1.00 NOW $1.00
Ladies' Cloth and
Kid Top Tan Lace
.Regular price ?J.50
40c NOW 40c
Button and Lace
Regular price 7oc
$3.00 NOW $3.00 $1.00 NOW $1.00 $2.50 NOW $3.00
. Ladies' Hand Turned Shoes Odds and Ends Men's Hand Welt
Best value ever offered Youths' Tans Tan Lace
Former price ft.'l.ofj and JfJJ-.OO Regular price $2.00 Regular price $J5.50 and $4.00
$1.50 NOW $1.50 25c NOW 25c T5c Now T5c 65c NOW 65c
Ladies' Pointed Infants' Soft Soles Odd Lots of Ladies' Pointed
Toe Shoes All Colors Children's Shoes Toe Oxfords
Regular price $J and $1- Regular price fiOe. . Regular price $1.2r & $1.50 Regular price .$1.50 and $2.
$2M NOW $2.50 $1.75 NOW $1.75 $2.50 NOW $2.50
Ladies' Tan Bicycle Boy's Tan Ladies' Cloth and
Boots Lace Shoes Kid Top Lace Shoes
Former price $2..rt) and ftM.OO Rcpilar price-S2.50 and 53 Regular price .'.00
$250 NOW $2.50 $2,00 NOW $2.00 $2.00 NOW $2.00 $1.00 NOW $1.00
Men's Tan Kid Ladies' Up-to-Date Men's Tan Ladies' Tan and
and Cloth Top Lace Tan Shoes Vici Black Shoes
Regular price. ijpS.OO Regular prico ftL'.nO Regular price-2.50 Regular price $2 and S3
Up-to-Date Shoe and Trunk House,
S23 S. Hovard Street t
South hound passenger train No. .V8,
uu I he C, A. .V U. collided with a
Height at Klllhuck Thursday after
noon. Kngineor Osgood Jumped ami
waa not Injured. Holh engines were
Mr. Perkins Better.
."dr. Henry I'erldns is improving. He
ha liceu removed lo ("lie old homestead
on Perkins Hill. His voice hay been
Kev. Ii. II. Si'ager. presiding elder
of the Cleveland dlsfricl,' will preach
in the Calvary Evangelical church Fri
day evening, .Inly tl. and Sunday
morning and evening, July 8.
, t . 4,ll(.i
The prcsk'leut of Ili'lJouWl of ('fly
Commissioners was on Friday morning
Instructed by his colleagues lo con
tract Willi the Standard Underground
Cable Company of Pittsburg, for the
contract lo place city1' wires underground.
At Capo Nome.
Coriiclliis-ltallluun, Michael It I Icy
and .lohn Cook have arrived at Cape
Nome, Alaska. A letter which reached
Akion today announced iliclr safe arrival.
Perl'ia Itlcs, -irrcsled on complaint
of her sister-in-law, Vivian Hies, was
lined JfU and costs for assault and bat
tery. Other cases: William lCcller
lioff, aK-iiull and battery, !f 1 and costs;
Charles O'Neal, assault and battery
and iulolcatioii, continued. .MIKc
Motley, Intoxication, - and cosls.
-.Inly I. In Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, of 111 Lincoln ht., a
The beautiful young lady who
swiped three umbrellas at Sliver lake,
.liil.v .'!rd had best icturu llieiu, as she
The Very Jlennon,
"Dolly, what made you have lilies or
your hat? They'll be out of style In e
"How funny you are, Polly! You
asked mo a question and then answer
ed It yourself." Cliif-ngo Reconl.
A. A. Hesaw and A. B. Hoyer re
turned Thursday frpm Cleveland.
They have been selecting a slock of
goods for their hew picture and frame
store, t will be. lociHl'd at !!,'il S. Mulu
Bl.i and will be opened A'ug. 10.
I You Want a Bust
I That is Stylish Now
Not cue that wan in Myir yearn ago. Hence yuu i
'$ gei a
Well Made Suit
As our stock Is all new and contains tho creations of I'.lOO,
Stylish and Up-to-Date
That are ready lo wear mid 'look right,
teutlou to our large assortment nf
We want to call special at-
The Ideal Summer still, ranging in price from -fS to $18. Also our
llauiiel suits, skeleton coat inid pan)s, Just the Ihiug lo-keep cool lu.
Call and take a luok.at theue If you need hlyllsh warm weather cloth
ing. . '
Case Goes Higher.
Three Claims Made
Expects New Trial For
Until Supreme Court Mas. Decided
Court House News.
Attorney K. f Vorh: announced Frl
da j Ilia I hp would ciirrj the Carr ease
to Circuit court on error.
lie believes thai he will he gianicd
a now trial. It will bo claimed Unit
there was- error lu HoivraJ of tho rul
ings of Iho lovycr court. Special stress
will ho laid on the Court' icfusal io
allow Attorney lingers to appear as
counsel for the delii(iaut. Another
point that will be raised n the ruling
out of Um testimony offered by the
defense In reference to tliu right of the
j I nils on Hie Carr properly. 'I'l.e do.
fcr.se sougit to show that the Hulls
were trespasser):. The Court heiul llau
the evidence was un adniS!!)le. rur.
lug tin! trial Hie defense huught to
sl.ovv that some of (he testimony for
Hie. Slate should UQl lie credited. The
court lefuscd to penult the e.vamlua-
tlon of any witnesses' to Impeach tho
testimony of the Hull character wit.
nesses. II Is cliilllieil nun mere was
error In thin. Tlid petition in error
will be tiled lu Circuit court as soon
as n hill of except Inns can be prepared.
'except Inns can be
anyard ,& Wood
Headquarters for Ready-to-Wear Clothes
and Fashionable Furnishings.
160 SOOTW fVlXJIM STREET.
5XiOra08X8X)XO 0;i?iCMOOKWH?OWOiC$WOC9?M i
A petition lu error lias been tiled
iy the WhlliuiiuA; Hariies Manufac
turing company In the Mipreme court.
-I's (i biive Iho Judgment given
Harvey Yerrlck set aside. The ver
i,, as aiirmi'( In Clrcull court.
TO ASSIJSS I)AM.CKS.
Tlie city has Hied a petition in Pro
bale court asking thai a Jury lie called
to assess damage. jiecaUSe of Iho Ca
nal st. Iinnroveineul.
lu the cui.0 of A. Klnzel against Vir
ginia Sporrj, Ivltwl apjiealcd to the
court of ('puiiuun Pleas, Mrs. SKrry
having wop tl)e case on (lie trial be
fore Justice of Ihe Peace Campbell,
I ai?s an
H 1 1 f&W
n y w tjt?
Special This Week :
100 CHILDREN'S TRIMMED
HATS in Mull, Flowers, .Chifl'on,
98c, $1.25, $1.48
"Would easily foII for double the
price wo mark thcin.
The Lareest Millinery EiUbllshment in Akron.
MANrernh S0rnni I 124 SUth Main Street
MANSFIELD, - - - Ohio. j, w. utufi on stana.
nine ii ins i
WK WlIiL GIVK DURING
MONTH OF JULY IN
Shoes and Oxfords
Tlio best advice we can give is to cnll and seo "what you
can save by buying your footwear hore.
6IO S. BVIatin St.
44-4J ' --ff-:-'- '4-4-4:4'4-4ir44l'r-'l-4-e-f-Ce4
Vacation Hats I
- " i
Ladies, Misses I
ELEGANT LINE SHOWN.
Ttic Casual Ciiii.eu aay. Whtn Uiu
you have a bath lastV
Dismal Ilavvson Oh, no ye don't.
Ton want to find out how long It's been
since I was pinched, don't yoV Indian
Stubb How foolish in the ancients
to believe that terrible monsters exist,
ed In the sea!
Penn- Oh, I don't know. We believe
that they exist in drinking waters
Is her clear, perfeel, regular teoth.
When nature falls.dental art comes
to the rescue. Those whom wo hup
ply with exact repiod net Ions of na
ture's best etforts are envied by
their acquaintances. We adopt
painless methods and guarantee a
perfect tit In all cases.
rainless extracting FREE when
wc make your teeth. Best teeth $8;
fine teeth $5; best Gold Crowds $5j
urldfc-c work $5; fillings 50c up.
$ Open Evcnlrtffs Till 8 p.m. Sundays 9 to 1.
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