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AKKON DAILY DEMOCRAT,
Message on Rec
ord. President Roosevelt's
Not Recommend Special
Washington, Ocl. 2S.-(Spl.)-What
will, In all probability, bo tho short
est Presidential message over sent
from tho White House to the Capitol
is ucarlug completion now. 1'iesldent
Roosevelt has Intimated to the mem
bers of his Cabinet, that ho will read
the message- as far us completed to
thorn some time this week, probably
It Is understood that reciprocity, the
trusts encouragement of tho merchant
marine, Uio Pacific cable, tho Nlcar-
uguan canal anu tho need of a gi eater
navy will bo tho principal topics dls
Regarding trusts, tho President, al
though holding stiong opinions, will
not recommend any special legislation
but will tell Congress that such
measures should bo passed as will
prevent tho glnnt combinations from
menacing tho prosperity of tlio coun
try. It Is undeiwtood that tho Presi
dent does not favor a further l educ
tion of the war taxes.
His Name Suggested at
'Ex-Senator Butler One of His
' Washington, Oct 28.-(Spl.) Rear
Admiral Schley Is today talked of by
miTny prominent southerners s tho
jioxt Presidential candidate on tho
Democratic ticket. His most notabio
supporter is Ex-feVnator Marion But
ler, of North Carolina.
General Miles Thinks There's Too
Much Authority atWashington.
Wellington, Oct 28. (Spl.)-Gen.
Mlliw' uimuiU report, which was made
public today, suiting that tho null
canteen order hud worked no damage
but ruthur n benefit to tho soldiers.
Ho says ho hopes tho forces In Cuba
nnd tho Philippines can soon bo
greatly reduced. Ho nlso says that
Waslilntgon exercises nltocgthor ttoo
much authority over thu department
commanders nnd lie. recommends de
centralization as soon us possible. Ho
considers the centralisation principle
a. defect In our military system.
Rummage Sold to Aid In Church
Tho rummage sale conducted by
ladies of tho Unlvorsullst church in a
Howard st, stoio room closed with
an unction Sntuuhiy night In which
many urtlcles were sold for onu cent
ouch. About $200 was realized. Near
ly as much has been cleared by the
rummage sale of St Mary's Guild of
thu Chinch of Our .Savior, In the Walsh
Died In Akron,
Elmer Blen, of Hudson, aged 22
ycaiB, died at tho City Hospital, Sat
urday night, after an Illness of 10
days. He wus tho mu of Mr. nnd Mrs,
J, C. Bleu, of Hudson, and was well
liked by nil who know him. Tho
funeral will bo held at tho homo of his
Bister, Mrs. Frank Ingertou, at Penin
sula, Tuesday at 1 p. in.
.Fred Blen, of aoi Yoik st, this city
nn(l Elton W. Bleu, of Hudson uro
brptbers of tho deceased.
Ihl dgnntara Is on every box of tbe gonulno
, LaxativeBfomo-Qiiinine T&Met.
.MMimaedy that cwrea a cola li.ma Uaj
British Cruiser Added to Island's
Barrow, Eng., Oct. 28.-(3pl.)-Tho
British cruiser King Alfred was
launched nt tho Vlcker's yards hero
Tho King Alfred Is a cruiser of tho
first-dnss. Sho 1ms nu atmament of
18 guns, a displacement of 14,100 tons,
and Is a vessel of 30,000 horse-power.
Titus Will Row For Them at
New York, Oct. 28. (Spl.) At a
special meeting of tho Union club yes
teiday It was decided to send O. S.
'I'll us, tho nlnutmir sculler, to England
next Juno to corapeto for the diamond
sculls. The rneo will take place at
Ueuloy on June 10, 1002 and Titus
will leave for England next May.
Ho will commence training at once. ,
Nearly Finished With
H. H. Jacobs Made
In tho frill championship coUtest
among the Portage golfers, Dr. II. II,
Jacobs defeated E. 13. Andrews with
2 up and ! to play and Geo. D. Bates
defeated It. A. Wilght, 5 up and -1
to play In thu matches Snliudny.
These gentlemen will play tho finals
In tho consolation match, Herman
Humey defeated Lucius Lyman, 5 up
and li to play and N. P. Ooudhuo de
feated Arthur Ltithau 3 up and 1 to
Dr. Jacobs made a new amateur
record for tho couiso when ho defeat
ed Mr. Andiows, llnlslilng In 8-1. Mr.
AndrowH formerly held thu recoid of
Sti for thu course.
' I-!-, .
Nearly Wiped Out by
One of the Sons Arrested on
Hoivtli Bond, Hid., Oct. 28.-(Spl.)-Charles
Wobb, aged 22, died last night
from tho effects of corrosive poison
ing administered by unknown parties
His mother, Robeocnh
Webb, Is nt death's door
siinio cause. His sister Cora was also
poisoned, but was tho least affected
and latu yesterday uioiiiliig respond
ed to thu call of a neighbor whoso at
tention was attracted by groans from
She said she and her mother had
eaten chicken and a coconmit iiuil-
ding for dinner Friday and sho
thought her Illness came either from
this or from thu fumes of escaping
coal gas, but she could not account
for tho Illness of her brother who had
not takeu dinner with them.
Instead of calling help sho lay on
tho bed and went to sleep until moused
by tho neighbors. Shu Is kept under
sui'vollhiuco at thu hospital, while an
other brother, U. (limit Webb, who
was ordered from home a week ago,
because ho would not assist In tho
support pf tho family, was placed
Now Yoik, Oct. 28.-(Spl.j-Ono man
was fatally Injured and th(eo otheis
so Uully hurt that they may die, lu
an accident at Pier IT, Brooklyn this
morning, They weio raising a skid to
tlio deck of tho Ward lino steamer
King CSilltldo, when tho chain cablo
Tho chain swung back across tho
deck of the boat, striking John Monti
ban and Benjamin O'Connors. Tho
skid fell to thu deck of u lighter by
tho side of thu steamer and crushed
Henry dllfoid and Win. Luser. All
were tnken to tho Long Island col
lego hohpltal, wheiu tho physicians
said that Monahan would die and tho
others might not recover.
AS A PREVENTIVE F0 R
Honey, Rum &Tar
CANNOT BE EXCELLED,
AH Claims Against
Purchaser Found For
And Court Asked to
0. T. Co,, Made Defendant
In Another Damage Suit.
The usslgnecs of Ferdlnnud Schu
macher have arranged. to sell the
property of tho Miusellles Wnter Pow
er Co., ut Marseilles, 111., to F. S. Don
iicll for $215,000. In air, application to
Probate Court for apyioval of tho
sale, tho " usslgnecs represented1
that the pi occedav would pay tho re
maining indebtedness of the assignor
and leave him some money besides.
AFTER N .0. T. AGAIN.
Dun'l J. Butes started stilt In Com'
mou Pleas Court Monday to recover
from Uio N. O. T. Co. 10,000 dam
ages tor tho death of John W. Bates.
Ho has brought thu sulfas adminis
trator, and represents that the moth
er, brothers and sisters of tlio boy,
who was aged 17 years, hae been
damaged ln,-thu amount asked. Thu
death was caused Oct. -1, by electro
cution at thu comer of McCoy nud
Miami bts. Thu claim as made Unit
thu guy ropu which broke, allowing
lives when to fall to the ground, was
rusty and worn out nnd that tno
company know Its coudtilou.
PETITION FOB INJUNCTION.
Amos White, in a petition to Com
mon Pleas Con ft, lopiosents that his
farm In Franklin township has been
damaged by Amby Leo anil Alexan
der Collier, who operate a coal mine
east of his property. He claim th.it
when they pump wnter lioin tho mine
It Ileus upon his land and he asks tor
an older restraining them from al
lowing this condition to continue. Uc
also asks for i.iiuuigos.
Judge Kohler on Monday giai.ted a
decieu of divoicu to Doru Kilmer lu
her Hult against Emanuel Kilmer. She
was also given custody of thu chil
dren, ami tho defendant oideicd to
pay alimony tor thu support uf thu
JUDGMENT AGAINST WE1N.
Default Judgment was rendered
Monday for tho plnlutllt' lu thu ease of
Chas. II. Isbell vs. .luLtlilns and Cntli
erlnu Wuln for $1115.35. T,ho suit wits
to collect payment of a note.
CONTIMJED ONO10 MOKE.
The temporary Injunction granted
upon application of Osborne Ksgato
lestnilnlng thu City of Akron from
selling .$1113,000 worth of bonds, was
continued Indefinitely by Judge Koh
Anna !;. Waner, of Akron, was on
Monday adjudged Insane by Probntu
TO. HIS HOME.
Faithful Horse Brought a
Plymouth, lud., Oct 28,-(Spl)-A
mysterious ciluio ciiinn to light today
four miles north of here. At dnj light
this inoinlng thu dead body of Myers
Beard, aged It), was found lu n bug
gy, tho horse having carried him to
tho gate of his futhei's homo and re
maining thero until found by pasbcrs
Young Beard had spent Sunday ov
eulug away from home, and it Is sup
posed thu horso had been standing at
tho gate for several hours. An exam
Inatlon of thu body ruvealed u bullet
holu lu tho temple. It Is certain now
that ho was murdered.
T II i ! in ,
of Jury In
Tim Jury in tho case against John
ltose, accused of the murder of Oliver
Houghton, at Seville, returned a ver
dict of innm,hughtei. Rose was con
victed of minder in thg second degree.
Attorney S. O. Itogers, of fVkron, was
one of Boso's counsel.
Excavating For Jail.
Contractors began Monday to ex
eavnto for the foundation pf tho now
i il-ILi i-J4.m-1jijU.ii
Neighbors Built a Pond and Bred
New York, Oct 28.-(Spl.)-Albert
Turner, who lives at Ohappaqua near
this city,,, has begun suit for 52,000
damagostigalust Mr. nn'd Mrs. A. T.
Valentine, his next door neighbors. Ho
alleges that tho -Valontlnc's built a
spllo pond .between his residence and
theirs and that mosquitoes bred here
and annoyed, him $2,000 worth last
season. IJoth families are wealthy.
Earl Russell's Action
His Countess Received Decree of
London,. Oct 28. (Spl.) The divorce
court todny made the Countess of
Russell's divorce decree absolute.
T)ils autro'n'of tho co'urt permits
Karl Husself to legally i marry Mis.
Sommcvvlllo, tils previous marriage to
whom, lu Nevada, caused his lin
prlsouineut:fpr three months on a
charge of bigamy.
Preparations to End
Ended In a 'Successful Attempt
Mnrld-i, Conn., Oct. 28. (Spl.) Miss
Alice O. Kills, aged 11, for years
a governess In'the family of tho loto
Dwlglit P. Wilcox, of the Inter nation
al Silver Co., was found dead on tho
rear veranda .jf the Wilcox residence
ye.Herday morning. Over her head
was a small 'black silk bag In which
was a sponge ?sahirated"with ehlorc
form. Sulchjoi was premeditated as
was shown i. by the careful arrange
ments MihS tfllis had made.
Holding a Meeting to Form a
Mimele, Ind., Oct 28. (Spl.) A
meeting of the National orgauls-ntlon'
of Window filuss simpers is being
hold hero tod.iy, to adjust a sculo with
tho American Window Glass company.
Forty delegates aie present, represent
lug Ohio and Indiana unions. Penn
sylvnnla has also Mibmittqd a scale.
Kneh local union Is submitting Its
KC'ilo, nnd tlicio Is much eonitnvcry
nud dltllculty In leaching an agree
South Head, Oct 28. (Spl.) Tho
stomach of Phnrle.1 Wobb, who died
suddenly last night from the effects,
It is believed, of couoslvo pols6n, ad
11111118101011 by a unknown person was
removed this moinlng and sent to Chi
cago foe examination. Ills sister Cora,
has practically recovered, but Is' still
under close surveillance nt the hospi
tal. No, ono Is allowed to see either
her or her bioihor, Grant, who is be
ing 'held In Jail on suspicion. Tho
condition of .Mis. Webb Is serious and
It Is feaied that she cannot recover.
Entries for tho last nintlnco of tho
Akron Driving club have boon slower
in arriving than was expected by tho
members of the club nnd thu list wna
not ready for publication today. Near
ly all of the Akron (tiers, except n
few of tho hor.es that hnvo beep sick
will lie In tho going, however, and nn
afternoon of good sport Is promised.
In Cincinnati 4,544 Less Than
Cincinnati, 0 Oct. 28.-(SpJ.)-The
total registration in Cincinnati was
70,303, as compared with SltS17 lu
1000, und I-J.IGU in 1899. "
Light In Toledo, I' ,
Toledo, O., Oct. 28.-(Spl.)-TJio to
tal registration In Toledo 'was 24(572,
This 'is n falling off of about 5,000 as
compared with tho figures In 1000,
Anything for salo or
Attorney Francis Sclbcrllng Is In the
East on business.
Mr. Geo. D. Bates Is on n business
trip of severrfl days In the East.
Mrs. George Sutton, of Akron, visited
friends in Wadswoith, last week.
Mrs. J. T. DIemcr arrived In Akron
from Buckley, Wash., Sunday.
Mrs. A. J. Lawrence of Adolph ave.
Is visiting her parents In Uobokcn,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. G. Allen iiavo
returned from u live weeks' stay in
Miss Hattlo Morrison baa returned
to her homo In Akion, after a visit
with friends in Wndsworth and Me
dina.' Mrs. Lulu Parker Crawford was giv
en n kitchen shower Friday evening at
the home of her mother, Mrs. Lavlua
Parker, in East Exchange st
Hot. Dr. W. II. nider, formerly of
Akion, has been transfoned from tlio
Alllanpe, O., M. E. church to Simpson
M. E. church lu Minneapolis.
Messrs. Milton and Will Ucrrold and
Louis McKenzio went to Fludlay, Mou
day, whcie they assumed charge of tho
Hub, shoe stoic, which they recently
( Capt Aaron Wagoner has been 'ap
pointed as ono of the Ohio delegates
to the National Pil.son Association
convention to be held In Kansas City,
Nov. 0-13. Gov. Nash made the ap
pointment Mrs. 'William Redding, of Akron, Is
the guest of iier mother, "Mrsf Parks,
of Glesner 'ave. Mis. Ciiailes
Cronowett went to Akron yesterday
to visit relatives. Geoigu Mll
bourno, of Akron, is tbe guest of his
couslp, Murtls Fulger, of Bowman
st Mansileld Shield.
Clilfdren, grandchildren and friends
Joined in making tlio golden wedding
iinniveisary of Mr. and Mis. Stephen
Glnther a suce?ss, Saturday. Tho
home of the aged people, at COS W.
Market st, was the scene pf the cele
bration and Mr. and Mrs. Glnther,
both'of whom are enjoying tho best of
health were- the recipients of many
Mrs. Geo. Worron enterihlned with
an iiutum gathering and - chestnut
bunt at her homo on rerklns st, Sat
urday evening in honor of her hus
band's birthday. Cards t and music
)vero enjoyed. A harvest lunch w.13
served In tho attic, the tibles being
dpcqrnted w;lth candelabra,; of the
ancient style, jack 'o'hmterus nnd
niitumn leaves. The muuu was apples
and cldor, pumpkin pie, ginger bread
Mr. John Baragy and Miss Helen
Cllne, both of Barbel ton, cuinu to the
residence of ltuv. .1. W. Mooro on
Main st, and wero quietly marilcd,
after which they took the car for Bar
berton, where they will lcsldo.
Saturday evening at S:30, Mr. Frank
Mosler and Miss Nina Weber were
married at tho residence of tho bride's
father, 202 Yalu st. Tho mairiago was
solemlzed by Itev. J, W. Mooro of the
Main bt, M. E. chinch. Only the
Inimedliito friends of Uio brldo and
gioom wero preseut at the marriage.
After tho ceremony thesu sat down to
a wedding supper. The occaslou was
enllvonod by tho presencu of "tho
small boy and his sister," who wero
aimed w-lth brass horns and othor in
struments of music.
A HALLOWEEN SOCIAL.
The Daughters of tno King of St.
I'anl' Episcopal ichiirch Will serve
supper lu tho dining, room of tlio
church, Tuesday evening from'O to 7.
Invitations lu tho following torm have
Oh! Conio to our Ilallow'eon social!
Wo w'imt this Invitation
To be a great temptation
To which every ono will yield.
Ami for luscious pumpkin pie,.
Qystors and doughnuts do not sigh,
Comu nnd take supper with the
Daughters of the King,
And of these good things eat your
For just a qunrter In our till.
AWAUOIIraul Thurlow, six
days old, son of Mr, nnd Mrs. T. K.
Albaugh, 100 Oakdalo uvc., died Mon
day morning. Funeral services will
bo held from the house, privately t
10 a. m. Tuesdny.
Itlclmrds Cecllo Richards, ono year
old, daughter of Mr. and Mjs. Thos.
Richard's, 405 Jackson st, died lato
Saturday of congestion of the lungs.
Ii'uu'cnil services wero held Monday
IVALLAOE-Oct. 20, to Mr. and Mrs.
Root. Wallace, 410 Hanoi St., a son.
TRAOKY Oct. 20, to Mr. and Mrs.
John A. Tiacy, 120 Bank St., a daugh
Masquerade costumes for rent Mrs,
U. Fischer 100 Graut st, Pbono. 1645
N. 0. T. Co. Got Ahead
of C. & P.
Built Some Track at Kent
The N. O. T. Co., Sunday night
stolo n march on the ,01eMiland &
Pittsburg Railway Co., by laying track
on some disputed lnnd, just north of
Kent, in tho toad leading to Ravenna.
The O. & P. clnlmed to have an op
tion on tho land and forbid tho N. O.
T. to lay tracks on It Sunday night
the N. O. T. inahed a largo force of
linen Into Kent, and by Monday morn
ing had a track over the forbidden
But the; Football Player
Ohio State University's, Center
Columbus, Oct 28. (Spl.) John
Slgribt, the Ohio Stato University
center l'ush, whose neck was biokcu
In Saturday's foot. ball game, with
Western Reserve is still alive, but
them seems llttlo hope for his re
covery. An opmntion will probably bo
New York, Oct. 28.-(Spl.) A letter
from the house of bls-hops was read
lu some of tne Protestant Episcopal
churches jesterday. It is only on
nire occasions that the chinch, as a
church, takes stdo In a political con
test The letter called upon the rec
tors "to stir the slumbeilng manhood
and sense of civic duty which should
take tho city from the hands of those
who uro largely employed In trading
In the bodies and souls of the Inno
cent and defenceless."
Fight Among Pennsylvania
Greensburg, Pa., Oct 28 -(Spl.)
Last night a fight occurred among the
foreign element at Loyal Haiina about
the anarchistic views of 3ome of the
minors thero. Antonio. Motln, nioio
conservative than the others, wns shot
and died early this morning. John
Motanir was shot In the legs.
The murderer, who was a stranger
and unknown In tlio community lied
as soon ns ho committed tho deed and
so far has eluded tho otllcors.
The opinion of Judge Nyo In the
Injunction case against tho City of
Akron has not yet been received.
East Liberty,. Pa,, Oct 2S.-(Sp).)-Oattle,
steady; hogs, 75 double- decks,
5 to 10 cents lower; sheep, 30, loads,
Chicago, Oct 28. (Spl.)-Cattlo, 10,
000, strong, 5 cents higher; hogs, 35,
000, 5 and 10 conts decline; sheep 22,
000, steady to 10 cents higher.
Chicago, Oct. 28. (Spl.)-Closlng
wheat 7H&; corn, 50; onts 36&; Jan
uary pork, ?14,()2.
Local markets op soventh page.
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If TODAY'S 1
MARKETS. J 1
111 v - J JB
or Gas Saving Regulator
Mantles, Chimneys, Shades
teM Welsbach Goods
Ghnndoliers and WClSDlCll AfCS
Export Gas Pitting of all kindB. Estimates cheerfully furn
ished, OPEN EVENINGS.
Incandescent Light Co.
P. . Schneider Co
Dry Goods Store.,
When you waufc
Buy them of as. They will
be good and reliable and afc
tho right price.
Special Values in
155-167 S. Howard st.
iff, wvi 'f'i7;rirr.ansi3iaKSKizsaaa
Evory Range wo sell is guar
anteed to bake perfectly. That's
the first thing to look after. Tho
Jewel Steel Ranges are the most
economical of any Ringes made.
We carry a complete Jine. A
few dollarfl on the price is more
than saved the first year in fuel
Gas Stoves, Soft Ooal Hbatera
and Cook Stoves. A big Mho.
Oashj if you have it,
Credit, if you desire it.
Tk Kirk Co,
THE NEW STORE
125-12T South Howard St.
Wo have had great success with 'our
can oysteis. Wo certainly ought to,
ns "wo are selling full ;iuart cans ac
tho &uno price bulk oysters are sold at.
Evory doctor In Akron will toll you
it's beslt to get them In tills way. If a
tlio cleanest posslblo way they caa
Tho (junrt enns uro full measure.
The pint cans aro not quite n full pint
FERRY E. TANNER.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
LOST A lady's brown leather coin
purse eontalnlug a $10 bill, n street
Car ticket and trunk key. Lost be
tween Unit's corner und St Vlu
cent's church, Howard If returned
to Democrat ofllce. 103-105
WANTIJD-Ofllco cleaning 'by a mld
dlo aged lady, lmnilro'at 320 Mill
TO HUNT OIL
Well Will be Drilled In Northam
Tho County Commissioners on Mon
day 'sold to Donnlsou, Prior & Co., of
Cleveland, tho $05,000 Jail construc
tion bonds, nt a premium of $1,031.75.
Tho bonds bear 4 per cent Interest.
People's Phone 1S22
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