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AKRON DAJJ.Y DEMOCRAT
WEDNESDAY, DEO. 81, 1003.
GANYARD & WOOD GANYAB0 & WOODl
Has Eight Good
And Basket Ball Pros
pects Arc Bright
East Akron Club Elects Officers
Buchtnl's bmkit ball team U prac
ticing every day this week, In prcpara-
Semi-Annual Cut Prie Sale
LITTLE PRICES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
tlon for tho opening of tlio games
which hare locn Hchedulcd.
Two teams are on tlio floor dally, and
tho final, representative team has not
been selected as yot. There nro at
least eight good fast candidates, and a
election will bo rather difficult. He
fore the season opens, tho toam expects
to get a. game here with tho East Alc
ronn, and such other teams as can bo
socurcd. These will bo pracUco games,
more than real eontctttH mid tho man
agement will then bo ablo to select tlio
team with more accuracy than at pres
ent. The schedule Is as follows.
Jan. 10, Mt. Union, at Allance; .Tan.
16, Wooster, at Woofer; Jan. 23, Mt.
Union at Akron; Jan. Ill, Adelbeit, at
Cleveland; Feb. (1, Adrlbcrt, at Akron;
Von. 14, WooHter, nt Akron; lVb. 21,
Gambler, at Kciiyon; March 7, Kenyon,
Two dales aro ntlll open, Fob. 28 and
March 14, but It Is expected that they
will be filled before they arrive.
will separate champion
ship. Tho championship commit! if the
A. A. U. has dncidnd to wparnlo the
boxing from tlio wrestling chninpton
Ships. Tlie latter will be held In .New
Torlc In the latter part of February,
and ihn boxing ehumplonshlpH will bo
held'elthor In Cambridge, MnHS., J 1 1 1
cago, or Snn Francisco.
MAY HE NO PEACE CONFERENCE.
There may, after nil, bo no meeting
of tho Pen en committees of tho Aniorl
ou n and National baseball Icaguox at
CJndnuntf, Jan. (1. President Rail
Johnson, of tho American, has an
nounced that ho has received no reply
to his demand thnt the committor1 from
tho National league be given full power
to rettlo the points at Issue. He does
not want n long discussion of muttcrn
hat may amount to nothing at tho
nd. If tho National leaguers do not
mnko satisfactory arrangements, tho
peace negotiations may bo oil', and war
between tho two leagues may bo ic
Buraed. PILL3BURY IN RUSSIA.
Harry Plllsbury, the American chess
champion, Is astonishing Die natives
in a tour ho Is now making through
In Moscow ho played, blindfolded,
against 22 players at the same time,
.winning 17, drawing four and losing
Plllsbury,. It will be remembeied,
gave a most rumnrl.iihlo exhibition In
Akron two j ears ago, when lie wnH
tho guest of tlio Akron Chess a nil
Checker club, lie sat on the stage,
blindfolded, and played rhess anil
checkers against more than a score
of players at tlio sumo time, winning
most of his games.
AT HE-RHOHIN'S ALLEYS. '
At Renodln's Central alleys Tuesday
night, the Stniiilai'd bowlers met In
three hot games. The "11" team beat
tho "A" team In two out of tho three.
Tlio high seoie for the ovenlng was
made by Overmlorf, who rolled 220.
O'lin scores for tlio contest were;
"A" toum 022, 781, 707. "II" team
0.1(1, 810. 768.
Two teams from tlio Goodrich club
will content tonight.
CUPPERS WON TWO.
The Clippers took two Imw ling games
out of three fumi the llarliei'tons in tlio
Summit Comity league, at tho Crand
alleys, Tuesday night. Itulloek of tho
Clippers, made the high i.eoio for tlio
moiling, rolling 222 In his scroiid gmne.
The scores for the evening were:
Clippers 770,1X5,77. Rnrbertons
788, 008, 810.
Till: OTHER VIEW.
The ullli'i-i's of tho South End Athle-
It U dangerous for ono to tako patnnl
medicines of unknown competition.
Whim a person Is really sick, the Yxnt
(fourso Is to call n phyalcUn. Often
Hmoi, however, a person Is run down
and out of sorts, without being actunt
At such times good common mum
digestive toulc lw usually all that ti
Such a tonic In Walther's Poptonlr.cd
Port, which you enn get at any druj
Btorr. It cowIkIs simply of pure port
wlno and pum pepsin. Tim first glve
you new blood, new life; the seemid
prompts a perfect performance of th
Small slae, TO cents; large slse. Ji,
Majar N. G. W. Winner and Wife
THE WORLD'S GREATEST MIDGETS.
havo boon employed by us and will hold daily re
ceptions horo during tho ontiro week, commencing
Monday, Jan. 5th
Major Winnor and Mrs. Winner aro bright little
pooplo and you will onjoy mooting thorn. Como and
bring tho childron.
Ara Height Weight
Major Winner 3.'1 yrs .'36 inches -J 2 lbs
Mrs Winnor 1M
tic club are not disposed to believe In
nny nssertlon Hint thoy will not bo In
existence nnd Hint In n nourishing
condition, In another jenr.
President Stelncrt stilted Wednes
day morning that tlio club Is In n bet
ter condition now than It has been for
n jenr. lie states that tin1 mombois
aro Interested, that tlio receipts from
dues havo been ery gratifying, and
that tho club will ho without debt
I'l i very short time. PieparatioiiH for
u bif, show, to be gion .Ian. (!, nro al
most complete, and tho outlook is
I righter than for a lung time.
WANT TO KNOW.
There seems to lie considerable delay
In tile publication of details nlxmt the
National Howling tournament, at In
dianapolis. As yot tho dolnlls that bnve been giv
en mil have failed to Include Infnrma.
Hon nbofit when tho cutties were to
cloho, etc., and those aro points that
tlio howlers throughout the country aro
anxious to bo Informed upon. It Is
probablo that there will bo n number
of entries from Akron, both In tlio
team mid Individual contests, m that
the informal Ion Is Important at this
It .senilis that the trouble, lies In the
fact that fnm Knrpf, who usually at
tends to such dotalls as those that urn
iuls'iig, Is still on the road, touring tho
country with tho All American Howling
trio. When he Is through with his
'rhedule, lie will probably havo more
time to devote to the tournament ar
rangements WILL ELECT OFFICERS MONDAY.
Tlio KiiH't AUon athletic club will
elect officers ne.t .Monday night. Them
Is much interest In tlio coming mutest,
but it Is not beilined any feeling In
the mailer will lie stronger limn friend
ly rlwilry. When the otlleers are elms
en, It i proiulM'il Hint the work of ar
ranging for Hu athletles of Hie Now
Year will be taken up almost Imiiiedl.
u lelj. ,
Wild. ITAVM NO HI NIC.
The West llnd Athletic club will
probably not operate n skating rink
HiIh winter. The management of the
club has Indicated Its willingness to re
embnrlc In such an enterprise, as the
rink last winter was quite prniltnhlc,
but it Is now found that Hie grounds
cannot bo obtained at tho old stand.niiil
no other iiMillable site has been found.
folds, coughs, broiiuhltls, piimiinonla
and all lung affoctlous can lie promptly
cured with Ilagro's Conlial of d
I.tver Oil. It stops their Insidious pro.
gross and fortllles the s.xslnui by re
newing the waste Willi healthy vitality.
Contains no grcaso and Is pleasant to
ALSO THE W. & L E.
Improvements With an Aggregate
Cost of $1,000,000.
Tho Wheeling ,t I.nko'Krle road li
nnother lino upon which much money
Is being expended for liiipiovemenls,
nod which will spend next year nearly
M.iiO,MH. It uuw belongs to the Wa
bash system owned by the (Joulds,
and is alMi to bo a part of a great tnins.
Among tlio proposed Impmvcmenla
me tlio doubling of Hie shop capacity
at Norunlk and new coaling plants nt
Toledo and Clinton. During 1lh.li; :i.t;oO
new freight earn woro milled to tho
e.iulpnmnt. and il7 freight engines,
switeli engines and paHM'iiger locoino
lies will be added net ear.
I'relglit business the past year In.
ti eased L'o jHir cent over the previous
enr, and puHsenger tnuilc Increased
nearly n much.
yrs 'S5 inches 40 lbs
Doyletown. Dec. Ill Mr. and Mrs.
H. H. llatlinway and children, of Ko
rea, ii i-o spending the holidays with
.Miss Nor.i Weiushetiner, of C'leve
liiud, Is liomo for ii two weeks' vwea.
Hon. She Is cmplicd as nui-hc in
Mr Charles Whitman, of Now Iter
lilt, was tlio guest of relatives hero,
Mr. Austin (iardncr, of Danville,
spent Christmas in town.
The ilancing club will glvo a ball at
D.miif miller's ball on New Year's
Miss Ada fiardnor, of Akron, ll
spending; the holidays nt home.
Mr. Willis (lit relumed to Notre
Dame, Wednesday, after a two weeks'
visit with friends and relatives here.
.Joseph Marshall was nt Dnnvllle
last Tuesday on business.
(Jem-go lelhcrtli called on Akion
relatives Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Kille Wilson, or lndlaiiapollR,
Is spending her two weeks' vacation
wllli her parents. Mr. C N. Wll'on and
Mr. and Mrs Charles Ott and son,
ot Slate ltoail, Trumbull county, were
gnosis or friends and relatives Inst
TlinmiiMtowii, Dee, :!1 -Christina ox
en Ises were held at tho Congrega
tional church Tliuihilay ovenlng. Spc
ilnl singing and speaking by the chll
ihen enlerliilned the audience during
Mr. and Mis. Cliarles Hrenner have
returned from ltltlman.
The school was closed at Thomas
town Wdliiesday for tho holiday a
cntlnn. Miss Oga Hodon Is visiting her par
cels In llarberton.
Hex. and Mrs. Slarlc, of West Vir
ginia, are visiting nt the homo of
Mrs. Stark's parents.
Mrs. l.ottio lliowster entertained a
number of relntHos at her home on
Mr. and Mrs. John Hehiuer spent
Clilsliuas In Cuyalioga Kalis.
Miss Cathr.Mt Strathoru, ot Pitts
bi.rg, visited in town over Sunday.
A crowd or jiuing people from hero
cnlojisl a sleighing parly to Akron
Miss Cora House!, of Akron, visited
here oter Sunday
Charles Whitman as returned to
Mr. and Mrs. u. .1. Urowster, ot
Akion, were in town Sunday,
A very serviceable calendar has been
Issued by the Chicago .V Northwestern
U'y, for the joar ltXKI. The tlgures aro
large and easily distinguished, the days
oi the mouth and the consecutive flny.
of the j ear are both shown; nnd tho
piihliuiiltiu Is of Hint solid and credit
able sort which makes It deslrablo for
business men and manufacturers. Bond
four cents In postage to W. H. Knls
kern, Passenger Tralllc Manager, 22
Fifth im (Milcago.
ItKDl'CKH UATKS KOIt THE nOM
DAYS. The Wheillng i l.ako nrlo will Fidl
oxctirslon tickets at greatly reduced
ratet on Dec. 21. T, .'11 and Jan. 1st,
good lor rutin n until .Inn. 2nd, 1003.
1'or full particulars wrlto K. 11. Coo
lldge, H. V, A., Cleveland, O.
ItlOAO DUMOPRAT MNBRB.
Midst of Winter
For instance $20.00 Suits and Overcoats
18.00 Suits and Overcoats
$16.00 Suits and Overcoats
$5.00 Boys' Suits and Ovorcoats.
$3.00 Boys' Suits
Clinton, Dec. 31. H. Y. Lacey nnd
family, of Itavcnna, spent Ohrlstmns
day with Clinton relatives.
Miss Mary Spangler Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ovcrinlio, of M:illers
burg. Last I-'rhlay Clinton's peaceful up
pcarain'o was changed to that of a
vlcki'd city. Two constables from Hnr
bertou were policing the strcots. Pro
ceedings have beep brought against
Kilns Hreltenstluo by tho Humane
society of Harbcrtoii for alleged
cruelty to animals. Tho time of his
trial was syt for Inst Friday. The
fnlliiie of Mr. Hroltcnstlne to make his
appearance explains the cnuso of tho
presenco of the Hnrberton constables.
Mr. Kusse and family of Hnrberton,
spent Cliristmns day with Mrs. T. Wil
liams. Miss Hlssel and slstor, of Twlnsburg,
aro vl'iltlng A. N. Hoadh'and family.
Slate Hvangellst Q. F. Crltcs, of
I.ouilonllle, and S. L Moody, of
Ilomesvllie, aro holding; revival ser
vices in the Christian church.
Lewis Ilerdle, who Is ntlcinliug Mt.
I'liion college Is spundiug his holiday
Mieatlon with his parents.
.los. Hlttnkor will loave for St. IxiuIh,
Mo., to work.
Miss Myrtle Eborharr, of llarberton,
visited with Clinton friends Sunday.
(Specla I Corrospondcucc.)
Nlmlslln. Dee. UlTl.c primary
school resumed Monday morning, after
a week's vacation. Miss I.oulso linn
man, teacher, spent last week In Ak
ron. Mr. nnd Mrs Charles Hutlcr, of Ak
ron, spent Saturday and Sunday In
town, the guests of friends.
Hills Slump, who has been sick for
three weeks, is able to bo out again.
Justice C. W. Worley. who Is also on
tlio sick list, is not impiwlug rapidly.
Kdna Knuffiiiiiu, teacher In ono of
tho Coventry schools, Is here for n
Cliiudo Dlehl, of Cleveland, spent
Clnistmas night at tlio homo of hti
Bister, Mrs. C. II. Swlgnrt.
Mr. and Mi. Thomas 1'rout nto thctr
Christmas dinner In Akron.
Mis Nottle l.owe, who is attending
school at th Akron Huslness College,
Is spending her vncatlon at home.
.Air. nnd Mrs. Dick Piilor, of Akron,
caiuo hero Stindaj to so their sick
father, C. B Worle.
rothel Cook, of Mud llrook, Is spend-
Will be open until
10 o'clock tonight
205 S. Howard st
Ing tho week at .Tohn Hutler's.
Mrs. Hannah Dlehl, of Akron, a
former resident of this place, vlsltea
friends in town last week.
Wedding Celebrated at Canton
Canton, O., Dec. 31. At 0 o'clock
Tuesday ovenlng Miss Mary Harber,
eldest, dnughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. M. C.
Barber, beenmo tho wlfo of Major
Ralph Hnrtzell. The ceremony was
lR'rformed at tho commodious old Sax
ton homestead, formerly tho homo ot
tho McKlnleys, now occupied by the
Harbors. Rev O. B. Mllllgan, of the
First Presbyterian church, oillciated.
The brldo was attended by her sister,
Miss Ida, and tho groom by his brother,
Fred S. Hnrtzell, assistant secretnry of
tho McKlnley Memorial association.
Miss Barber wns a favorite ot tho
lato President McKlnley, and spent
much tlrpo at tho White House, and
wna In several Presidential parties,
making extenslvo tours of the country,
as the particular companion of Mrs.
McKlnley Sho became a preat favor
ite in Cabinet circles, nnd of tho wealth
of presents that enmo to her as a bride
roiro of tho handsomest were sent by
members of tho Cabinet and their
Tho ceremony nnd reception were at
tended by.about loO guests, mostly rel
atives and Intimate friends of the fam-
Hies. Mrs, McKlnley was accompanied
by Chief Counsel Brooks, of the Penn
sylvania company, nnd Mrs. Brooks, of
Shields, 'Pn., who are guests at her
home. Mrs Brooks having! been a
friend of her girlhood days. Mrs. Mc
Klnley'a'gift to tho brido wns a splen
did silver tablo service.
Major Ilarlzell, who was u Canton.
Ian until a few years ago, was a quar
termaster In tho volunteer service dur
ing the Into war. He Is now a practi
cing attorney In Denver, and, w 1th his
brido, left for Hint city tonight.
Noblesvlllo, I ml., Dec. 31. Au Inves
tigation In tho Beaver cemetery, seven
miles southenat of this city, has re
vealed that Hie bodies of Waltor Man
ship, Ida West, Ralph Brecken and two
women havo been stolen by ghouls.
Miss AVest wns n relative of Hampton
West, of Fishers Station, who Is mulot
arrest to answer to two charges of
grnvo rotiblug In Marion county. Tho
body of Rpv. Mr Murroll, a colored min
ister, who died Suddenly and was bur
led In tho Noblesvlllo cemetery, Is also
Warrants for tho arrest of many
Hamilton county people on tho charge
of, disturbing graves, wore placed In
tlio hands of Sheriff Bray Mouday.
Thus far It Is Known that bodies havo
been taken from the following ceme
teries In Hamilton county: Kagloton,
Curmo, Fishers Station, White Chapel,
West Liberty, Cicero, Arcadia, Boxloj--town,
Shorldan, Atlanta and Nobles
ville. Rooms Open All Day.
Tho rooms of tho Young Women's
Chrlstlnn, Association will bo open New
Year's day from 2:!10 to n p. m. A largo
number of tho January magazines, In
cluding Mtmsey, McClure. Harper's Ba
zar, Lndles" Home Journal nnd many
others will bu found upon Uio readlu
tablo imd young women desiring to
drop In, rest and read, will be welcome.
January 2, 1903, Right in the
.i.-.: ii- W.! o-..- t. t. -.?" " c -- . r...u vl --
To The Publics
Accept our honrtiest thanks for your liberal '"
pntronago during the past year. We appreciate your y.
help in increasing our optical business.
Happy New Year
116 SOUTH HOWARD ST., Upstairs
Oftlco Hours-S a. m. to 15:30 p.m.
Sundays 10 u. in. to 12 in. Hvcnlngs
1 Central Engine Ilouso
2 Buckeyo Works.
a Miller Rubber Works.
4 Diamond Rubber Works.
13 Main nnd Mnrkct.
G No, 2 lSnglno House.
7 N. Broadway, near Mnrkct
5 Buchtel avo. and Bowciy.
12 Prospect, near Mill.
13 Furnace and Broadway.
II Main nnd Keck.
15 Anh nnd Park PInco.
III No. a Kngluo House.
17 Carroll n d Exchange.
J 3 Hmplre Reaper Works.
10 Akron Rubber Works.
21 P,o"pcct nnd Perklnn.
23 Forgo und Market.
21 Sherman, near Kjtcbange.
2o Malu und Ivxclinngo.
2ft N Howpi'd and Tnllmndge.
1'i West Market nnd Greon.
28 Akron Knife Works.
20 Washington and Hopp alley,
31 North Ilownid and Norti)
32 Fast Markot and Spruce.
31 W..st Warket and Valley.
3(5 Carroll and Splcur.
30 Carroll and Sumnor.
J7 North nnd Arlington.
38 Vine nnd Fountuln.
30 Colmru nnd Campbell.
41 No U Kngluo House.
42 Pearl, near cistern.
43 South .lain ami Falor.
4.. College and Mill.
40 Aillugton and Haz).
47 Howo nnd Bowery.
43 West South.
41) Merrill Pottery.
51 Howard and Cherry.
f2 No, 1 Knglno House.
53 Centor St. R. It. crossing.
51 Buchtol ave. and Union.
50 Akron Stonowaro Co.
67 I.ods and Turner.
58 Perkins nd Adolpu.
50 Webster Cump and Lane.
01 Case ave. and Kent.
02 Selborllng Mill. 0th Avnrd.
03 Jahnstou and Ohamplaln.
0-1 Akron Sower Plpo Co,
05 Hill Sewer Plpo Co.
07 Carroll and E. Market.
08 Socond uve. and Valley
00 Johuston and Wilson.
71 Grant nnd Cross.
72 North nnd Maplo.
73 Werner Printing Go.
74 North Union pear Bluff.
75 Robinson Bros,
70 Wliltmore, Robinson Co,
78 East Market and' Cook.
70 Home it,, near Lllllun
irire cans j
tr wI" be cut
f nil mi iww
This is clothing of high quality
cut to prices lowor than you
can buy tho common kind for.
fleady-to-Wear Gloliiss and Fashionable
- - - Furnishings - - -
I70-I72 S. EVlcain
you all a
Saturday evenings to 10 p. tn.
by appointment. Bell phone
- "u;ri.:,!a-j?,.3Ss" X
Western Linoleum Co.
Summit Sowci Pipe Co.
Allyn and Cross.
Thornton nnd Harvard.
McNeil Boiler works.
Thornton nnd Camp.
Mala and Miller ave.
Ccrcai Mill, S. Howard.
Schumacher Cooper shop.
Mill nnd Summit.
MU1 and -Main.
Buchtel and Fay.
Silver and Hickory.
South High and Chestnut
West Market and Rhodes.
Arlington and Second ave.
Sherman nnd Vorls.
Cedar nna Wnbnph nro.
W. Kschnnge, near Willow.
Cascade Mills, Howard.
Adams and Upson.
Of Salaries Committee
.t mr i cil.ll 11 l Mt-
Anotner cnon win oe maaar'sm
Thero wns no mooting of tho Salaries
Committee of Council Tuesday nighty
nnd prospective cnndldates for munici
pal ofllccs under the new codo must
wait still longer for Information re
garding the monetary value of the of
llces that will bo sought.
Tho meeting was called for Tues
day night, nnd Messrs. Mandcrbach,
tinook and Wnrner appeared on
Rihedulo time. They wnlted la Tain
for Messrs. Ormes and Morx,. how
ever, nnd after an Informal discussion,
they fixed n dato for tho meeting for
next Mouday night, nftor Council
meeting, nnd depnrted.
Thero uro many things about which
the comrolttoo is still In tho dark;
iuid boforo they nro ready to report
to Council ,thcy must first obtain!
Messrs. Leo Humcrickhouser audi
Henry Jontz, of Woostor, have been
hero several days buying horses for
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