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Our sale of
Solid Gold Shell
Has captivated, and is
the TALK of the town.
HOW WE DO IT
Remember wo charge you ab
Ebluiely nothing for a scientific
examination by ono of the most
skilled eye specialists, and fit
your case no matter how diffi
cult it may be. Hundreds of
satisfied customers -wearing
them. ABk your neighbor about
them they know.
Open evenings till 8 o'clock.
331 North Market St, Canton, Ohio
In Bast Block
300 N. Market St.
Motor Washing Machines
Judge Asked to Resign.
Chicago, Noy. 14. The committee
of the Chicago Bar association which
has just finished an Investigation of
the business and judicial conduct of
Superior Judge Chetlaln, will report
tomorrow that, though there Is no
proof of corruption on the jurist's
part his financial entanglements mako
It desirable that he rea'gn. The com
mittee will lay stress on the fact that
it hod no power to compel attendance
of witnesses. Should Judge Chetlaln
refuse to resign it will suggest that
the grand jury take up the matter.
Hope at last, A Cleveland woman
has been declared Insane after hav
ing paid $25 for a hat.
The season has arrived wfipn one
may expect to sea the ridiculous
ptraw-bat overcoat combination-
Monday Night, Nov. 19.
DRAMATIC EVENT OF THE 3EA80N.
Ira W. Jackson and William D. Reed, present
Miss NANCE O'NEILL
America's Distinguished Tragedienne,
In Vlctorlen Sardou's Great Spectacular Drama
With a magnificent Scenic Production and cast of 40 players. Pro
duction Identical with that shown at New Amsterdam Theatre, New
What critics tho world over say of MIsb O'Neill:
"A great success" Egyntlan Gazette, Calro.
"Took Sydney by storm" Melbourne Sportsman.
"Audience rose and cheered" Boston Herald.
"Seemed to have the soul of a seer." N. Y. Herald.
"Captured her audience." London Post. (
PRICES 25c to $1.50. Seat sale opens Friday.
A "Fan" Who Claims to Believe the
Pennamltes Can Beat Canton
Latrobe, Pa., Nov. 14. "This talk
that's going the rounda about La
trobe's football team being a has
been and about tho team's having
no earthly chance of defeating Can
ton on Thanksgiving day makeB me
tired," ejaculated a well known local
football fan last ovening. while? com
menting upon tho approaching game.
"I for one feel confident that Latrobe
la going to defeat the Canton eleven,
and if I can scrapo up tho money
I'm going to take at least 1500 to
Canton on Thanksgiving day and I'm
going to put it on Latrobe," ho con
tinued. The "fan" then went on to give his
reasons for his faith in the supremacy
of Latrobe's team. He took the team
man for man, and wanted to know in
each instance whether tho player had
"gone back" from his playing of last
season. Ho claimed that every man
on Latrobe's team who played against
Canton last season is Just as good this
year as he was lost. If not better.
And he claimed further that ho knew
positively of the intention of the local
management to fill out whatever weak
places there ore In the team because
of the absence of lost year's players.
Taking the team man for man he
claimed that McDyre, Wood and Hupp
are as good as any end on Can
ton's team. Hays and Von Doren, as
tackles don't even havo to take a back
seat for Jock Lang, while Gibson and
Ryan will hold their own against Can
ton's guards. Schisler Is as good as
he ever was at center, which is saying
considerable, while Droiller and Mur
ray will look after the quarter back
position in good style. Then for backs
Latrobe will have Seanor. the two
' Lawsone, Don Miller and Jud Schmidt,
whilo for fullback the "fan" claimed
to know positively that the famous
"Bull" Smith would be with Latrobe
for this position.
Canton claims to have signed "Bull,"
but tho "fan" claimed that when La
trobe lines up against South Fork on
tho 24th,'"Bull" will be with Latrobe
and that he'll be with Latrobe on
Thanksgiving day. The "fan" also
claimed to havo knowledge accurate
to the effect that Latrobe has prac
tically secured one or two strong men
to help out on the line, among them
bo!ng Bemus Pierce, of the Carlisle
Indian team. It would seem as though
tho result of the Thanksgiving day
game would depend largely 011 the re
sult of the two games between Mas
sillon and Canton. If Masslllon downs
Canton In both games it looks as
though Latiobo ought to be able to
fill Canton's cup of woe to running
over, but If Canton should win from
Masslllon on the 17th and tho 24th,
the team will be so buoyed up over
their victories that they'll have all
kinds of confidence Sometimes con
fidence is a good tiling, and sometimes
Taking the Utes Back.
Chicago, Nov. 14. After some ten
minutest at his pew post in Chicago
as commander of the northern district
of the army, Major General A. W.
Greely, was summoned today to Fort
Meade, South Dakota, to talk to 400
penitent Utes, just brought In from
the warpath by United States troops.
"I don't propose," ho said, "to have
300 or 400 savages running at large
with weapons. They are mistaken If
they think that's one of their rights,
in future they will have to stay home
and be good and I look for no more
trouble with them."
Senator Cullom Recovered.
Washington, Nov. 14. Senator Cul
lom seems to have entirely recovered
from his illness of Tuesday, when he
was suddenly taken with an attack of
acute indigestion at the navy depart
ment. He was out today, attending to
various departmental matters and ex
pressed himself and enjoying normal
health. Friends of Mr. Cullom declare
there Is no foundation for the alarm
ing reports made public In connection
with his Illness of Tuesday.
Increasing Use of Glass.
A noticeable Increase In the Imports
of glass at Nabasakl, Japan, Is report
ed by the British consul. It is due, he
says to the growing use by tho Jap
anese of window glass for the houses.
Most of it is fourth quality and Bel
glum is the chief source or supply.
Chicago Chief Clerk Frederick W
Qclsecker, of tho Millionaire's Chi
cogo club, arrested charged with em
Chicago Fire starting from an un
known orlgJn In the American Cutlery
company's grinding room wiped out
the concern's entire plant, with $400,
Coldwater, Mich. Tho wife and
throe small children of Charles Mow
ry, a farmer living west of this city,
were burned to death in tho destruc
tion "ofthelr home.
Pittsburg, Pa. Roy Getty of Arch
street, Allegheny, was almost Instantly
killed yesterday by-falling down tho ele
vator shaft onthe third floor of tho
Household Furniture company's build
ing. Des Moines, Iowa. Fred Beoll, of
Morshfleld, Wis., defeated Jack Carey
In two straight falls In catch as catch
can wrestling. Beell won tho first fall
in 30 minutes 4 1-3 seconds and tho
second In 15 minutes, 1C seconds.
Ban Francisco Meagre reports from
Seattle state that the city is practical
ly cut off from communication with
the outside world on account of Jthe
floods due to tho overflow pt the
White, Stuck and Green rivers. ,
Chicago Mrs. Jane Dowle has won
her contest with Overseer Vollva, her
husband's successor as leader at ZIon
City, and is to get her ?20,Q00 summer
hWe at White Lake, Mich., in return
for her agreement to relinquish all
claim-upon the ZIon City industries.
Denver Apparently the happiest
man in Denver today, or for that mat
ter In the United States, Is Geoige J.
Gould, of New York, whose sister,
Anna, was granted a divorce in Par
is, from Count Bonl De Catellane. The
first news of the divorco was conveyed
to Mr. Gould when he was shown a
Publishers' Press dispatch from Paris.
Minneapolis, Minn.--The American
Federation of Labor transacted much
business, the most important of which
was the admitting of the Fanners' un
ion, known as the American Society of
Equity. The convention denounced all
branches of the American judiciary
at the morning session in a so-called
Cleveland. Nicholas Moran, alleged
to be tho most dangerous forger In
ine united biaws, arreted uy
Cleveland police today. The Chicago
police, who asked for his arrest say
that Moran was the leader of the no
torious "Longprcy" gang, of forgers,
who passed nearl $50,000 worth of
spurious pay checks throughout Illi
nois, Ohio, Indiana and Missouri last,
Bankers' Association Prepares Bill to
Make It More Elastic.
Washington, Nov. 14. A bill intend
ed to give the currency greater elastic
ity has been prepared by a committee
appointed by the commission of the
American Bankers' association, now in
session here. It will be submitted to
tho commission tomorrow for approv
al. The bill is based on these prin
ciples: It is undesirable for any nat'onal
bank to bo permitted to issue circu
lation in excess of its unimpaired cap
ital. In addition to the G2 outstand
ing bond-secured circulation the banks
now have they should be permitted to
issue an emergency clrculat'on equal
to 25 per cent of their unimpaired
capital. X tax of 2 per cent Is" im
posed on this additional circulation.
If this issue proves insufficient banks
may issue an additional 12 per cent,
or whatever amount will .bring the to
tal to a sum equal jto, tie bank cap
ital. A tax of 5 ppr, cent is imposed
on the excess over the 25 per cent
. . i
Cleveland artificial gas companies
purchased by Archibald's. White, of
New York. Price $150 per share.
Engineer Edward Brown, of Seville,
0 scalded by breaking or steam pipe
on C. & P. engine. Train ran fopr
miles wild outside Cleveland city
Freeman Ury, of Findlay, confesses
to operations of Williams, county gang
Nicholas Moran, under arrest at
Cleveland for forgery, said to do most
dangerous forger in the United States.
Carrie Phillips married to Charles
H. Einstein, of Pittsburg, at Woostter.
Twenty-months old child of Karl
Fouser, Alliance, pulled boiler of hot
water from chair and is fatally burn
Richard Morris Gullck, proprietor
Bijou theatre, Pittsburg, applies for
Mayor Guthrie, Pittsburg; stops
$7,000,000 land steal by U. S. Steel
Mrs. Eliza Cummins, Akron's old
est resident, is dead.
Democrats at Akron will hold Jack
Horsemen of Akron forming Gen
tlemen's Driving club.
Mansfield expects to get cheaper
natural gas from Mt. Vernon field.
Y. & O. franchise at Leetonla held
William Kelley, Salem, fined for
furnishing liquor to Joe Casselberry,
Payment to E. A. Freshwater &
Sons for paving held up at Alliance.
Property owners will bring action
for not using Canton brick.
Charles O. Dickinson. Leetonla,
weds Mr?, "Vrpjicza Gladden, of Pitta-burg.
HEADQUARTERS FOR PHONOGRAPHS
EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, $10, $20, $30 to $50.
COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE, $20, $30, $40, $50 to $125.
Buy Your Records Here.
Edison Records 35c
Columbia Records ...... .i. . .25c.
Tho largest and most com
plete stock of Cylinder Ttecords
in the city.
EVERYTHING TO SING AND PLAY. OUR LINE OF PIANOS IS
D. W. Lerch & Co.
210 North Market Street.
Markln gthe Santa Fe Trail.
Tho famous old Santa Fe trail is to
bo marked so that its location will
not be forgotten. The school children
of Itansas were askedvto contribute a
'penny each to secure suitable markers
for this pioneer highway of progress,
and 369,166 responded. With this
fund the trail will be outlined in an
enduring manner from Kansas City to
Santa Fe, 800 miles as tho caravans
made it, tho time consumed for the
round trip being 110 days. It is be-
Hnvarl thn trnll 1ntfq hap.li to 1540.
nhen a SpaaUh adventurer led an
expedition from Mexico as far north
as Kansas'. But it was not until tha.
beginnlng of the last century that the
American trader and pioneer utilized
the long trail that stretched out into
the wilderness of the new El Dorado.
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Where Elephants are Stolen.
To steal an elephant would seem, to
be wellnigb. Impossible. But tho Brit
ish Consul reports that it is-a com
monpractiee in Slam. There the huge
quadrupeds are employed in the teak
forests and frequently disappear. One
British firm last year bewailed the loss
of a dozen and reported that as many
more were stolen from their contrac
tors. Another firm lost nine, only
three of which were recovered. As
the average value of the elephants is
about $1,000 a head, the consul natur
ally enlarges on the seriousness of the
matter. What is annoying about It is
that the officials are indifferen. and if
one of' the missing creatures is recov
ered at all it is only by means of a
search party organized for the purpose.
The Russian Uniform.
Th TJnaslan mtlltnrv authorities are
considering the adoption of the ktiakl
uniforms, tho czar having been espe
cially interested in one recently worn
by an American army representative
at St. Petersburg. Tho military au
thorities are also considering Ameri
can accoutrements, including web car
tridge belts and cavalry saduies, with
a view to their adoption.
Because it costs us
less to sell we can afford
to pay more for an arti
cle to sell at a certain
price and can therefore
furnish a better gar
Our line is rightly
proportioned. As strong
in the big selling popu
lar priced goods as in
the better grades.
Where else can you
find as many numbers
or as good values as we
show from 25c to $1.00.
Wo do not sell trash.
We do not handle goods
that will not give satis
faction tolhe wearer.
You ought to see the
quality we are showing
in our 50c fleeced lined
underwear this season.
Men's union suits $1
With one of our phonographs.
You can havo an opening's on
tertalnment at a very small
cost and hear all the noted sing
ers and bands.
Homes for Sale.
Watch us Mondays and Thursdays.
For sale at a bargain, a fine new G
room house, north end, reception hall,
pantry, attic, large corner lot, $2100.
Fine now G room house, Louisiana
Ave., thoroughly modern, $2000.
Fine 8 room house, all modern, Lin
coln Ave., $3800.
Fine 7 room house, W. Fourth SL,
all modern, bargain at $3200.
Good building lot, west side of Mar
ket St., for exchange for house of
equal value In good location.
Good 7 room cottage, Kensington
Good 4 room cottage, Kensington
If jou want anything In the real
estate line see rare bargains In all
A. T. Dennis, ?
TOO LATE 10 CLASSIFY.
BORROW MONEY EASY $50 for
50 week payments; $1.20 a week on
household goods, watches, etc Col-,
lateral Loan Bank. Bell 500,, .Stark
A-CC9. 309 W. Tubc. St., Ph i cent
FOn RENT cheap Good 4 and 5
room houses, convenient to east end
shops, city water. Inquire rearof sec
nd house east of creek, No. 1719 B.
Third St. 15-d3
FOR RENT A new five room house
with bath, located at 1517 B. Fourth
St. Possession given - immediately.
Call 8tark A-1353. !G-d3
TYPEWRITERS repaired and re
modeled with all late Improvements.
Work guaranteed one year with free
monthly Inspection and adjustment
Both phones, Stark C-18CC; Bell 530.
G. R. C Rogers, 231 W. Fourth St.
FOR RENT 5 room houso No. 230 1
N. Rex St., with gas and. city water,
$10 per month. Possession at once.
Inquire 230 N. Walnut St. 15-d3
WANTED By an experienced. Ger
man lady; a position as housekeeper
In private family, or as chambermaid
Jn hotel. Call or address 1823 Hurford
St. ' !5-d3
WANTED Everybpdy to know that
the Hoffman Dry Cleaning Co, is now
under new management and prepared
to do cleaning of all garments within
reason; also do repairing and-pressing
on short notice. Orders called for
and delivered promptly. Call Stark
A-14C0; Bell 1523-W-J. 15-d3
WANTED Hustling agents to han
dle extensively advertised household
specialties. Call ovening before 7:30
at 1129 W. Second St. 15-d3
FRESH FISH Special price for this,
week, 3 lbs. for 25c; fresh oysters any
sick person can eat. Will glvo you
same satisfaction as last week In fish
and oysters; also jUl kinds of salt
water fish. Telephono orders Thurs
day afternoon to insure prompt deliv
ery Friday morning, 212 D. Fifth St
Few Bteps from square. Bell phone
Bll; Stark 1101. Cohn's Fish and
(Oystcr market. Oysters wholesale at
lower rates. 15-d3
BOUR & COAKLEY, g
121 E. Tuscarawas St. W
Day and Nlflht Calls W
Both Phones 600 l4
Closing Out Sale of
and all dttier gas appli
ances at and below cost to
make room for goods for
2 1 0.-2 14 8. Piedmont Strcel
BOTH PHONES 123.
L Dime Savings
F, B. CASH, President.
HENRY A. WISE. V. Pre
. . JACOB 1. PIPER,
Sec and Ttt&a.
Moving Picture Machines. SSL
"We ore tho largest and most reli
able dealers In Motion Picture Ma
chines, films, storeopttcons, and bujj
oliea between New York and Chicago.
A small Capital required, brines larger
Specialties! ,Xens, Carbons, Strlr
Tickets, Asbestoe Cnble, Oxllltlie nno5
Stage Cable. Out film service In u
Pittsburg Calcium Light Go
nxcnAnn a. howlakd, srr. ,
(OS First Avenue, pittsbtirt;, m
Tho Leading TRUSS of tho World.
or trusses. Have had 35 years' m
enee In making and rutins. Cura every,
curuuie nw. ucjHisu irusv zuaniuao
turer. , ,
V. A. SOHQRT. ' X
230 8.MA'RKT 8T. ' .
fOver KmpJrePhoW'Oaljery.) '
uiucb uuura,-B. in, .10 rp. ra.
"" Undertaking parlors
601 N, Cleveland Ave.
Calls answered ovoj both nhonea
day or night. Stark lt-1933, Uoll im
RDloe Corner Second aud Market Rts.
eildenoet 8I Unit Tulrd Ht.
Stark i'hone mt U H, Third Qt
DR. W. C. McGEE
Piactlce Limited to Disease of Children
7 too a. m.
y etorsjop. m.
PIERO & DEVCR.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.)
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D.nleu In AU Kind, ol City ?Br(J
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lioih I'hontitfs, SOi
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est improved, sott air rv is; tuunuvi
to hold tho worst case oi rupture,
oney refunded: also repair -ill kind
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