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Proves a Red Letter One at the
0 AITOI CAPTURED BY TEE "BOYS."
College Telia Make the Air Vocal aad. Dm-
tor Depew Adds His Oratory to the At-
traction of the Visit-Cater Cantonv
School Children Par the Major a Ttslt
aad Act -J as like Grows Polks lad
dents of the'Day Day's Proceedings.
Canton. O.. Oct. 3L The demonstra
tions have been continuing in Canton
all -week with an increase of vim and
parade effects. Dr. Depew was a wit-
ness of yesterday's demonstrations. As
Depew was being driven to the station
after lunching .at the McKinley home
he was greeted by thousands of school
children, flags in hand, marching to
the home he had Just left. No more
novel or prettier campaign sight has
been presented in this campaign than
the one which greeted Major McKinley
about 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon
when he returned from the C. C. and S.
station, whither he had accompanied his
distinguished guest. Most conspicuous
in the throng of people that crowded
the yards and streets about his home
were thousands of public and Roman
Catholic parochial school-boys of Can
ton waving American flags and shout
ing for McKinley. Back of them and
all around them were the school-girls
of Canton, and still farther in the rear
were the fond parents of these children.
men and women of Canton, In countless
Gotten Up by the Boys Themselves.
The affair which attracted this es
semblage was arranged by the school
boys themselves and orignated In the
Intermediate grades, among the lads
12 and 14 years of age. When they
decided to call on Major McKinley to
pay their respects It was early con
eluded to carry out the plans pursued
by older people, and this was accom
plished most successfully. The Canton
troop of horsemen was impersonated
by a score of little boys on ponies.
When the aarade was about ready
to move one of the boys, following the
style of the troopers's orderly, rode
ahead to the McKinley home and left
cards of the speakers and committee.
The riders led the procession to the
house, and back of them In a miniature
barouche were the speakers and com
mittee, who were shown to the stand
from which Major McKinley had
viewed the parade.
Youngsters Act aa Orators,
Thirteen-year-old Haskell Knnns
acted as master of ceremonies and In
troduced 14-year-old Robert Jeannero.
to Cbeak for the Intermediate and
grammar schools. William Jahn was
presented by B. L. Hodgson, member
of the board of education, to rpak for
the high school. The numerical strength
of the parade was nearly 2.000. The
rirls. whom the boys had not asked In
the parade, but who will Join the wo
men today, were there In large num
bers, as were also those of the primary
rrades too small to march, so that
practically all of the school children of
the city participated. These added to
the older folks constituted one or the
greatest audiences yet assembled
about the famous lawn. The sight was
a most Inspiring one, as the boys
waved their flags and the girls and
older people their handkerchiefs.
DEPEW TALKS TO THE "BOY."
Tell A boot That Ann Arbor Incident
- Costly Present for tho Major.
This was the fitting demonstration
with which college day ended. The
demonstration of the students, accord
ing to Mr. Henning. one of the men in
charge, was participated In by repre
sentatives of forty-five Institutions of
learning. They hurrahed and yelled
and made he town resound. Ad
dresses- were made on behalf of the
students by E. J. Henning. of Chicago,
and William Burns Wollfe, or Har
vard. Besides responses by Major Mc
Kinley the students enjoyed a talk
from Chauncey M. Depew and shook
hands with both speakers. Depew's
speech was full of humor, of coures,
and his hearers laughed until tears
ran down their cheeks. He began thus:
"Well, boys loud lauhterj some of you
and I have met before. Renewed
laughter.) I have been In this college
business for a number of years. Ever
since I graduated from one of the big
colleges at a period that antedates
much of our present history. Laugh
After talking awhile he referred to
the complaint at Ann Arbor, Mich.,
that he had talked politics at a college
meeting. He said he was originally
asked to talk politics and then when
he arrived at Ann Arbor was told that
politics must not be introduced, "and
that I was expected to deliver a liter
ary oration. Now. when I am out on
the stump laughter and chuck full
and running at the mouth with the
political questions of the day, I do not
care much about Greece and Rome.
Loud laughter. I do not carry any
literature, or art, or gothlc architecture
up my sleeve (renewed laughter, and
If I should start to describe the course
of the river Jordan or the Journey of
the children of Israel across the Red
sea, before I got through I should have
the Democratic party In Itiamah's
chariot. Loud laughter and cheers.)
That Is an Intellectual falling of mine.
So. to be absolutely non-partisan I
selected for my subject money and
the standard of vnliio. H jinrhtir 1
About t Ytocfc In the
party of nearly a hundred colored men.
wearing silk hats and bright badges.
and carrying the banner of the original
McKinley club organisation in ISM.
came In from Cleveland. They were
Introduced by J. E. Benson. After ad
dressing them briefly Major McKinley
Introduced Chauncey M. Depew, who
addressed the vltsltors as well aa a
very large crowd of Cantonlans at
tracted to the McKinley residence by
the distinguished ritsltor.
The Terra Costa bust with a valua
tion of $1,000 sent to Major McKinley by
citizens of Waterloo. la, was presented
to the major yesterday morning by
committee of eltlsena. Attorney Thomas
F. Turner- made the presentation
speech, and Major McKinley accepted
the gift in a short address. A letter
accompanying the bust will be answered
at a future date by Major McKinley.
Judge W. R. Warn or k. of I'rbana. one
of the ablest Republican orators of
Ohio, was among Major McKinley
callers yesterday. He was Just In from 1
an extensive campaigning tour In west
em and northwestern Ohio, and re
ported the outlook for McKinley ex
ceedingly bright. Hon. Frank J. VI c
Colloch. president of the state board
of public works, of Bellefontatne; Hon.
Charles E. Perkins, state engineer, of
Akron: and Hon. William Hahn. of
Zanesvllle; Hon. John O'Connor, of
Dayton, and Hon. William Hllteblddle.
Mansfield. superintendent of di
visions, in company with other canal
men. celled on Major McKinley to pay
their respects, and congratulate him
In advance on the great victory they
are sure he will win. They are confi
dent Ohio is good for at least 100.0(4)
majority for McKinley.
Castorl Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher1 prescription f.r Infant
aad CTnlldrra. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xareotle sabstAnce. It Is m harmless substitute
for Ffereroric Drops, Soothing Syrup and Calor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its iruaravnteo Is thirty yrr tint ljr
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys "Worms and
allays FeTerishness. Castoria prevent vomiting Sour.
Card, rare Dlarrhaea and Wind Colk. Castoria relieves
Tee thins; troubles, cures Constipation aad Flstuleney.
Castoria assimilates the Food, remilates the Stomach
and Bowels, si ting; healthy aad natural (deep. Catoria
Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend. .
Castoria, I Castoria.
"Castoria s ss csoeUcnt medicine (or -CnslorU mm wet! adapted to rtitldrea
childim. Mathers have rrptatcdly told me ' that I recommend M as soprrkn- to any pie-
f CLOAK AND MILLINERY SALE I
Owing to the extremely warm weather for this time of the year, Cloaks have not moved as rapidly as
they ought, and we arc determined to do some big selling in order to make up for lost time. We
offer startling bargains to make them move more rapidly.- Prepare now for the cold weather that
will soom be here.
' Double Cheviot Capes, in
laid velvet collar, worth .J.
Very fins Beaver
Cape, inlaid velvet
worth f 5.
Doable Beaver Caps, 30
inch long, edged all round
with five rows of silk braid.
Boucle Cape. 27 inches
long, 100-inch sweep, lined
with silk serge.
At i::00:I5 p. m. exactly .according the
Chicago reports, the murderer Mannow
was hanged yesterday In the Cook
county Jail. His accomplice in the
killing of Birth, a street railway cash
ier, Windrath, was hanged July t last
and went to the scaffold shouting
"Hang up Mannow.
One of Hugh Jennings' foul flics may
cost the Baltimore lla.se Hall club
000. It struck Mrs. Caroline Ti. New
man and she was severely Injured and
now sues for damages.
Kx-Cnngressman John T. Stiles, who
was the oldest member of the TLrhish
county bar, died at his home In Allen-
town, Pa., from the effects of a par
alytic stroke. He was 75 years of age.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry 75. TUxey, who
have been separated for the last six
years, have settled their differences
and are once more living together.
Commander William Bonthman, of
Weltzcl post. No. 43. O. A. It-, of Chi
cago, has resigned. He has been
charged whh misapplying county
funds Intended for Indigent veterans.
veterans widows and children.
Obituary: At Caledonia, Wis rWn
hsrdt Mi-Qulnlan. 100. At New York.
Francis Daniel Itunce. At Pan Fran
cisco. Herman leisnn. At Carlisle. III.,
J. Kllintt. 73. At Bolvlrtre. I II.. ex -postmaster
II. O. Whitman. 49. At Colum
bus. ., J. ft. Pile.
Eight thugs held up the saloon of
John Hanim at Chicago. The rohliers
locked themselves, the bartender, Theo
dore Hchlesler. anda customer. Henry I
Fl itter, In the saloon. About MS and
two watches were Mol'-a. ffc-hleelcr lost
three teeth because he failed to hold
up his hands. The thieves escaped
after locking their victims up.
Fullers' Opera House at Madison.
Wis., was unroofed during the storm
Thursday night while a performance
of Kddie Foy's company was In progress. 1
Fortunately no one was hurt.
of ns good eflicct apoa tbrtr children.
Dr. O. C Osooon, Lowell, Mass.
Tbeastof Castoria Is ss snlserssl and Ha
saerits so well knows that it ocean a work
of sspcieiunstios to endorse IC Few arr the
intelligent families who do not keep Csatoria
within easy reach.
Csstos Mum, D.D., Kcw York City.
H. A. AscMsa, M. D,
nracklyu, M. V.
"For several years I have recommended
Caiaxia. and shaft always qrmtmwe to do
so as it has invartaMy produced hrnradal
ltuwin F. rairc M.n., KewTorkCSy.
I prescribe Castoria every day for chMrm
who are ss Serf tig from constipation, with
better effect than I receive from any other take pleaoste la
combination of drac." I child's saedidnc.
Dr. k O, MoBoas. Santa Amhoy, X. J. ! Hew. sr. A. Conriea, H co-port, Ky,
" We have three children and they Cry lor
ntchrr's Castoria. Wbes we gtvr osr s dowe.
the others cry one ton. I shall always
recom mending this heat
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
TJKr. SjrfM frTf.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
i)f tbs Chicago Medic! IotUUU PerKsassUf loostsd It Ustssrt, lows
DB. T. M. WALSH,
nva! Fim is sawsj
The Secret of Our Cloak Success is Quality. Style and Lorr Prices
I Mnnoy on rail
JnS I par emit.! prims I
I retnut -nt
Seal Plush Cape, 20 inches
long, 120 inches sweep, mar
tin fur edge.
Very fine Plush Cape. 20
inches long. 120 in. sweep,
edged with Thibet fur.
Plash Cape, neatly em
broidered, edged with Thibet
fur, worth 9.
Plush Cape, elaborately
beaded snd embroidered,
edged with Thibet fur.
Quality Considered, Our Prices are the Lowest
Very fine Beaver Ladies1
Jacket, largo velvet collar
faced with aatin(worth (9.00.
Elegant Boacle Cloth Jack
et, made in latest style,
Lsdies Cheviot Cloth Jack
ets, lined throughout with
silk, worth 9.00.
Very fine Astrachsn Cloth
Jscket, silk faced stitched
strap teams, worth f 15.75.
Always Showing what we Advertise, and in sufficient quantities to meet nil demands, has gained lor us the enormous trade we now possess.
Children's Jackets in latest
styles, ages 4 to 14, worth
Ladies Wrappers in indi
go bine, steel gray and black.
Better ones at 85c, 95c, $1.25.
Figured Brillisntine Skirts
faced with canvas, edged with
Corduroy Wsists in all
shades. Other ones at ft. 25
Mighty la its Sacrifices-Mighty ia its Attractions f( T0!Tent Of Millinery Bargi'lIlS. M5Kn7 I Hold on the People,
Satin Top Sailors at 75c
Very fine felt Sailors, worth
Velvetta Hats, trimmed in
ribbons, velvets, jets and
roses, worth S3.00
Children's Shirred Tsm
O'Shanter. Other ones at
50c, 75c and f 1.00.
Velvet Hats, trimmed ia
velvet, jets, fancy feathers
and roses, worth f I 00.
The Nobbiest, Prettiest, Most Tasteful and Reasonable Hillinery is tt the Cee Hive.
Felt Walking Hats, worth
95c; Scratch Felt Fedoras,
worth 11.50, at 85c.
Quills others sell for 10c;
small blackbirds at 10c; fine
black plames.worth 75c, 35c
Latest style Beaver Top
Sailors, worth f l.ftO.
Plaid Belts, harness buckle,
CofVluroy Belts, harness
bsckls. At 25c
Jtcw Yorh n nan rial
vary atnnssnt at sitiul
i nsarrsntlle pnpr noojlntlly
TwaW im crot.: atnrltnc whsnas Im.
nlar. with artnal nnna.ni In nana-.- oii
t aMtoaixsH foroonuurt and oto.vl'a for
mstroara: bostol ratoa, ssrs ; aai so
4Hfc romraorrlal htlla. 4 STOMpI's.
Sllrrrarrrrlflentet. sm,; safe, i.ou: oar
allTsr. sfts: MssKma dollars. hin-
L'nitod Stats aurora most boa-la Brm:
4's mrtatnrM. II": on coupon. Iic.; a.
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tMornl. V i: do noanons, lt..t roiler I.
Sa; rnrtfie of V7. h'l.
Cailrnso Vraln nad r? oil sen.
t'nn-AoA. Oft St.
PnThnrlns wsm th. qintations on tho
Board ol Trail, to lay: rtobr. oiwnol
nominal, dnsa.1 nominal; Ikvombar. noons I
MUe. ekOMl "SWr: Mar. OtV TDr, el
iTw. rorn onoorr. oronsi ano eioioa po
inal: Usrsnitior. otwoad :;. doaad Xtfr-
Mar. oorasl :'. clootl !. Osts o
tohsr. opsnwl an I clow4 nominal: u.
ramhrr otwosi doaal ist.: May.
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O(ioso4 nl rlosxd nnmlnsl: Jsnnsry.
sd 9, si. rrmi 9- iors -isran.
otwood St.lJ'. eiowl S4.30; Janaarr.
oronrd S4 '. rlossd f4 C.
Fro lorn nonor: r.srrn erananrr nor
lb: extra dairy. 1":; fro (up-klnc bums.
J if . Ess rrrrti stork, i.o nrr t
Poultry TarHeva. SH nor Ihj eblrksns
nro. S ac: prln coVkona. 7-4p; ron.tora.
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sv. Ht pntatoos IlliavMa. fl auai . p-
bht Honor w alto rtmr. Iiaito par Ih:
broksn rosha. lk-; estraetoO. IU As
pkn-Cvaawa to fancy, at 1 JO sor bM.
ChleaSo Urn Use Moaau
Can aoo, Or. SI
TLisn Rock Prlnae at tha L'nloa Stock
yard, today mnc4 aa follows: Htc Est.
Band rsoglino mr wm oar. - w, an.
end at K.SJaVa pica, SI ttt.4t hskt.
S3MI3S lmatk parkins. SJ nrlsad.
and SS.USW.W aoary pnrrins asm snipviaf
Cattla Otlmatst ronrlpts for ths i
nu; qnotations rans4 at St St e notes
tn extra antprlna; smrs. snso s mi m
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am to nsailnnido. futsoisi nnlanar.
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SI rn.-Lt t eowa. ST na.l si ntTors. SI i.
holla, nm snd stac. SJ3J U TrsMshMrs,
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DR. I. K. WlLaH.
tans st fJoifnon, fwtnsarty Smsi io X S
SKBVOUS PEBILITT Kthanstlve drains, slneplosspost, threst'etMtd In.
or any nthsr ssaHnisa sss to
CATAB&ll Dyspepsia, aVstkass, BbenmstUsm, Berofala. Sypbtlls. mrw1.
Ktdasy, usr an Skat S
ssssl ky cr asannss sr-
YAKKJUCIkLK Is tha aaost aetlvs eaass of aervoas debility. WT y tmt
ik wnan w. fsniinin was s soraMasMSessa la aoosa Sss nf Sin pwawns
Uvdioeala rord la Iklwa dasaMk Main.
tVOMfcN Snfierins; from diseases peenhar to their net should consult
nrs a a., enros nway ena rtsen op a. nMii as. on. wo may na ama sa ears ywa. onrrwsj
otwrwitftn. nrifmaSfd at suur honn N "! and'Snloal snd liratu ssrat'ty a alxx.ialtf .
OUBCKKIIKM'IALH and Trwtimnnials are the Best The nnmerons a-
k.sssiiljim.sai si ani iseiliil fisn lin annsvsiiios fr osr oomrkaMo cams ta task
mdtaal wd safllaal nam ai coMaatT.aMi ..or avsB mntbans ra-n nrhars all
sxhsrsfall. TSsssf urs. do not wa Uraa olk otaawy hot sows It ws at xis and mcaio
soar fcna bsalth. Thar m asinfa m o.iry diasast tion ran ena so comd. ttaao r"
faaassssat If net. So I ip . ri ai isl sr.? Iwagof. kni easssH nsnt onos. rnttbartanr., w
oSor SiaS kt snroas pranas- nor eradmUO f.ao mafca n an okjort tat fna ts turss-
)SLT CUSABLK CASES TAKEg . 0
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OrTlCrS 1M W. Third St., McCnllons, Balldlnf;. Davaepott, Iowa.
FOR THE FALL SEASON
7 Piottiro OoxaldlnQs Just in.
Adams Wall Paper Co
fio. tt aod ju Twentieth street
DEtVEEO & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
ana Ik .Ids.
Bay-Msthy. SW-fT; WW.
Our New Trimmed Hats.
114 West Second Street
We are showing over 500 entirely new styles la Dress and Street Bats at
$188 $848. $2 98. $-25. $3-8 aad $4-8-
RFF HIWF - "w.
cmite Bstrksni on? for sara fad Snass SMafk
c- aasnj and knUsca. ShaaSilr, saraaa, it
ssm fothn Sons at, okort aottat
and nvuafaouaa SssracWaa
(taa aad Shots Tfl Ts-alf tft strssH
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Mm Mil klasll asksst.