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m$$jrpFww- -!." T&&wwr "V" . "J" . ." -t- Y f S? AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. WEDNESDAY. MXViBEB, 22 K-A'!5!fr. j. . .4 M .- u- ' ; i st ft fe 3 f-ST 5 "i vi. i ijy. Bfk . S K- 9-. 4 x r 135 &- Si li 5c ir- w"t &- r t-er SI r. K r P l i r h- h m sf I s & r &. R IIS g f I lw m$ The Weathers-Thursday- Cooler TVe haveour Stock of Silks in for the HOLD) AT TK ADE. A nice Taffeta or Black Satin Waist Pattern makes a nice Christmas Gift. It is advis- ' able' to" select your present's early, a& best patterns go rBt, , At $1.00 a Yard Fancy taffeta silks, some exclu sive ralst patterns in all shades, 'corded silks and satins in plain colors are having the preference this eeason. We have any shade l yonVant. At TSz a Yard - Plain and changeable taffeta silks can he used f or waists or skirts: thv am not, the "loaded" kind that -will crack; they are made f lor wear. At 50c a Yard J Plain satins, all silk; also some very preiiy iaucy ouk.b, kuuu DfrriDO. tKAv arc vrttt Hnm.hlrtfnP the price. At $1.00 a Yard All silk black poplins and ar- i mureB in full dress patterns; they dresB. At $1.50 a Yard Ji. special black satin, extra wide, the same as you generally pay $1.76 for. jp"Onr $1.00 Kid Glove is rec ognized as one of the leading kid gloves of the country. It is the best kid glove ever placed on a counter for $1.00 a pair; 2 clasps or lacing; "guaranteed." 1W-152 South Howard St. wwwwiumnnmi, r December I Sale. 8kJSk Jjriday and gaturday "We place on sale 100 pairs of Ladies? 3.00 and 3.50 Shoes AT $ 1 .00 A Pair Beyond a question this is the best shoe bargain offered in this city this year. , Special low prices on Trunks and Satchels. RED) BROS. Up-to-Date Shoe and Trunk House k 122 S. Howard St. Photos Open 10c per Dozen. 2or East Market St. Sundays. Silks ISHks fyviai t V 166 "S. Howard St. Sellers of Stoves t .V ". .. it . WADE Twice a Ftlurderer. Boastedrof Having Killed a Man While Living In Carolina. North Colored Women Have Removed to Cleveland. Latest Information In the Murder Case. Wade John Scott, one of the colored workmen at Spellacy's camp, near where Joe "Wade killed Joe Turner several days ago, told Detective Burlison yesterday that "Wade had killed a man before he murdered Turner. One day "Wade told Scott, with whom he worked, that, "you needn't think I won't shoot when it comes to it. I have done it before, and they kalnt get me." Wade told Scott, in subsequent conversation, that he had killed a negro in 2Torth Carolina, where he formerly lived, and that he never wanted to return to that state. Fleming Henry, a Cleveland col ored man, claims to have seen Wade at Randall, an Erie station 12 miles out of Cleveland, on the day follow ing the murder. Mrs. Turner, widow of the mur dered man, and Mrs. Wade, wife of the murderer, are removing from! Stow township to Cleveland today, where they will live for the winter. ,.,,,. jxi-. . Wade's last words to his wife on the night of the murder were : "Make yourself comfortable for the winters Betty." Mrs. Wade is not at all concerned about her husband's enforced ab sence. "I don't care", said she to detec tive Burlison yesterday. "If Jo killed somebody, he might kill me." She was more concerned about getting the fees to which she was en titled as witness at the coroner's in quest. Useful and Ornamental Holiday Gifts. We have everything. Look at our goods. Fine crockery, glassware, toys, bric-a-brac, and thousands of articles that will make suitable gifts, at J". J. Brasaemle's 5c and 10c store, formerly P. R. Smith's, 118 S. How ard st. ELECTRIC SPARK Causes a Destructive Fire In Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Nov. 29 Special-r Electric spark in Partridge and Richardson's department store started a fire which consumed the whole block from Seventh to Eighth andTilbertto Market sts. Lippin cott's publishing house and several smaller stores were burned. Total loss 3,000,000. Holiday Goods At the Big Store of Little Prices. Big stock and new goods coming dajiy. Buy holiday gifts at J. J. Brasaemle's 6c and 10 store. Form erly P. R. Smith's, 118 S. Howard st. ,, K:2ci:.7h rust. If BP' .J0IS will be refunded. for good goods? come and see it and prised at the quality JHANT CO. ENJOY THANKSGIVING DAY ! TAKE TOUR MENU : Little Ueck Clams, Consomme Colbert, Cream of Fowl, Salted Almonds, Queen Olives, Celery, Baked Fillet of MuscallonRe, snee allemande. Potatoes Duchess, Boiled Smoked Tongue and Spinach, Roast Prime Beef au jus. Roast Youne Turkey, Cranberry Sauce, Roast Suckling Pig, Baked Apples, London Sherbet, Claret "Wine, Dry Catawba Wine, Queen Fritters, au Cognac, Scallops, a la cream au gratin, Sweet Breads Fricassee, en cases, Fresh Lobster Salad, Braised Saddle of Venison a la Bordlaise, Salmi of Mallard Duck a la Julien, Mashed Potatoes, Baked Jersey Sweets, Boiled Potatoes, Green Peas, Asparagus on Toast, Sugar Corn, Charlotte Russe, English Plum Pudding, brandy sauce, Home-made Mince Pie. Applie Pie. Orange Cream Pie, Tuti Fruti Ice Cream, Sweet Cider, Assorted Cakej Choice Fruit, Raisins, Mixed Nuts, American, Edam and .MacLaren's Imperial Cheese, Tea, Coffee, Milk, Bent's "Water Crackers. Musio by Stiokles' Orohoatra. &M&9&$&$66 Having sold a half interest in my Tiusiness at 182 Wooster av., I wish to announce to my patrons that the store will hereafter be conducted by J. H. Case & Co. We carry a full line of drugs, chemicals, patent medicines, paint and wall paper and everything to be found in ailrst-class drug store. " Our store is always in charge of competent persons, and in soliciting your patronage we will endeavor to please you with our goods and prices. J. H. CASE & CO., DRUGGISTS 132 Wooster Avenus. S33' EACH ENVIED THE OTHER. "Mister, will you please give me a few pennies to get something to eat? asked a ragged but hearty-looking tramp of a benevolent but dyspeptic looking old gentleman on Walnut st. "Are you really hungry?" asked the old gentleman, eyeing the tramp critically. "Indeed I am." "Then you should be a happyman. I would willingly give half of my fortune if I could have my appetite once more." Take a good meal at the Model Bakery and be able to en joy their home-made candies,washis c onsolinc reDlv as he passed on. Ask your grocer ana canay sior r " - i -a (M.J.UA Ifrtlrtl PoVafn'a Vinmfi-lTlflrift can(jies, sold wholesale and retail, Call and see our fine line of Fancy Box Candy. Only leading makes ' BOia nere, ' c o T A 'PPP'ftTY ph, ' 106 South Howard St.- ' Photos 10c per Dozen 20T East Market St. Open Thanksgiving 8:30 to 4 p.m. Special For This Week. GIVEN FREE With every purchase of DRY GOODS And Gents' Furnishing Goods , Amounting: to One Dollar, 1 lb. of Coffee Arbuckle, Lion or XXXX. MnCHerbruck 186 S." Howard St. Telephone 283. J. M. Kleckner, Grocer, Has always on hand a fine line of Including Fine Teas, Coffees and Canned Goods at prices that are al ways right. See me or call Tel. 781. M.KLECKNE Cor. Main and Voris Sts. We Are Going to BAKE and 5 ROAST on THANKSGIVING We have TIN WARE which we guarantee not to not as we represent, money It is not expensive you'll be sur- and,Furnaces. DESTSER AT T DEATH Of Two Aged and Re spected Citizens, John B. Cramer and Kassimer Glntz Business Men, Two of Akron's well-known busi ness men died this morning. -, John B. Cramer, aged 64 years, 6 months and 8 days, 1208 South Main st., who for many years has been in the feed business with A. D. Logan, died at 7:25 o'clock this morning of lung trouble. Ha bad been ill a month and had resided here half a century. "Funeral Friday at 2 o'clook at the residence. Kasimir Gintz of Bowery st, aged 72 years, died of dropsy at 10 o'clock this morning after a five weeks' ill ness. More than 30 years ago he came to Akron from Germany. He had been engaged in the furniture business ever since. Mr. Kintz's -wife, Susan M., and three children, B. V., Joseph L. and Mrs. James Stratton, mourn his death. For a quarter of a century he has been a member and treasurer of Granite lodge, I. O. O. F., which lodge will have charge of the funeral. German Society Notes. The singers of the Liedertafel will give a humorous musical entertain ment Sunday, Dec. 8, in Musio hall. This evening the Militaer Verein will give a dance in Music hall; Landwehr "Verein, in Conrad hall, and Beyern Verein in Turner halk The members of the Akron Turn verein held their regular business meeting Sunday. Distriot Tarnmas ter Stehn of Cleveland waB present. Arrangements have been made to have him make regular visits every month to give speoial instructions to the classes in turning. Mr. Loeber, as in the past, is the regular turn master. ' The next turnday of the Lake Erie district will be held in Akron. Ar rangements for the same will be made in the near future. The German hall project was dis cussed at the Turner meeting. Speeches were made by John and Jacob Zimmerly and Hugo Wilms. Several shares of stock were sub scribed for. Card From he Player. I wish It distinctly understood that the "amateur fiddler" men tioned in last night's paper is no more of an "amateur flddlor than anybody else. He belongs to the Musicians Union, No. 24, American Federation of Musioians, receives pay for his services and Is considered as much of a professional as any other member. He did not play the old "chestnuts" that were mentioned and the violin is as good as can be had. There was no piano there, and no music; so the player excuses him self from all blame on acoourjt of no music. The Piayeb. Marriage Licences. Julius B. Bitter, Akron 24 IdaM. Gerstner, Akron, 20 Half the Pleasures in T ilU comeinrouga l-Uw he ear. The only war preserve these pleasures in mcir pcr- f-rrfnn. and entor them ftt Ill!s by owning a genuine EDISON I 'Phonograph lineSTAm)ARD$20 rnrM tS ume resnlts as the other famous 'models of the Genuine dlsoa Phono crapn. Makes recotas; reproaucc icwwim. nHtnml with chaviatT derice. Simplest, most able, and cheapest complete talking machine. GEIl7-52 Tie GEM G. BROWNELL MUSIC STORE ,N0. 20r E. Mill St. PHONE 1631 Money Money In any amount. 5 to 7 per cent. Bate of interest depends on amount want ed and security offered. Call up 15 and find out our terms. No delay, if you want money quick. THE WILCOX-BRUNER CO. Protection Hive NO. GO l. O. T. ML Will havi a bazaar and entertain ment at Tip Top Hall on Tnesday evening, Xov. 28, everybody is in vited, admission 10c, and on the 29th a pedro party and dance, admission 25c. Surety Bonds Fidelity & Deposit Co. Becomes surety on bonds of Contrac tors, Officers and Employees of banks, Mercantile Houses, Railroad, Express and Telegraph Companies, Officials of States, Cities and Counties. Graham & Baum AGENTS Phone 279 Central Office Block GEORGE C. HUGILL has opened a coal office at 625 East Mill St., (old stand of T. "W. McCue), and solicits the trade of all his friends and former patrons. Estimates on all kinds of stone work cheerfully given. Jobbing promptly done. Telephpne 387. K. O. DA.NOINO T- IVI- AOADCMY "Every Monday afternoon and evening. Children's class e.V i p.m. Instructions to adults 7 to 8:80. General dancing until 11 Mrs. Bertha L. Christman, instructor. SID MOREY, Manager. J. W. MEE, Assistant. Plumbing and Heating. Repairing steam and hot water sys tems and steam fitting a specialty. Engelhart & Eckart 311 Mill St. rflW't,W'tWV 3,000 DOLLS For Xmas AT The Fair Foster Bros. WE SEU CHEAP. VMM-tfHVWWWyMWW MONEY! ; WE LOAN IT ON EASY PAYMENTS IF YOU FIND YOURSELF OUT WE WILL LOAN YOU ON TERMS THAT WILL SUIT YOU LOANS MADE ON HALF .HOUR'S NOTICE. "WE will make loans from 15 to ll.ooo on 'Watches, Diamonds, Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons, Ore ages, Store and Offloe Fixtures, MercLs cflse, Stpcks, Bonds, Jewelry, Building A .rela tion Books, Insurance Policies, Rents, Don. tracts. WITHOUT ANY PUBLICITY WHATEVER AND WITHOUT REMOV ING THEM FROM YOUB POSSESSION. Elegant Private Offices. l Nathan IVI. Berk. 193 South Howard St., SloT" Phone;i5Z2 and six Opes evenlnri. An Obaerinnt D07. Johnny 1 know how corned beef Is made now, grandpa. Grandpa How? Johnny I saw the mnn giving the cows rock salt Brooklyn Life. Wllllnar to Obey the Lavr. "Bicycle riding on the footpath Is forbidden!" cried the policeman. "Tell that to the bicycle, not to rne," answered tho novice. "I'm not the bosR." Chicago Post. 1 Ki Sail BIG FIGHT With 8,000 Intrenched Boers on Modder River. London, Nov. 29. (Special) Gen eral Methuens. with a bitr force, is advancing for relief of Kimberly. Eight thousand entrenched Boers were engaged on Modder river, Tnesday. After ten hours' desperate fighting, the Boers quit their posi tion. The battle was one of the most desperate in British annals. Sheriff's Sales. The sheriff will offer at public sale Saturday, December 2, a house and lot located at Brittain, owned by William Johnson. The -lot contains 32-100 of an acre appraised at $900. On December 9, 18 acres owned by Lizzie Watt, situated on Carroll st. between Beaver and Market sts. wil be sold. Appraised value $18,000. LAST LINKS. NEW MUSIC STORE Mr. W. K. Bandall succeeds Mr. C. H. Mar tin as manager of the B. Dreher's Sons Co. at 182 South Howard st. Mr. Martin has leased a room in the new Walsh blopk and will open a music store on Monday, Dec. 4. HOTEL ASSOCIATION The Ohio Hotel association will meet in Columbus on December 13 and 14. Members will register at the David son hotel and receive badges aud credentials. The banquet will be held at the Neil house on Dec. 14th. LIVE PHEASANT Philip Lang of Peninsula, caught a live pheasant Tuesday morning. It was in a large flook and got tangled in bushes. DAMAGE SUIT The case where in F. F. Fenn, of Tallmade, brings Buit against the Executive commit tee of ihe street fair for the frighten ing to death of his horse by the dragon, will be heard in Justice Thomas' court, Dec. 1. AT THJ5 iiOHlTAL A young woman, giving her name as Mary Glenner, and residence in Coventry st., was admitted to the City Hos pital today, She told the nurses that she had bad some family trou ble, and wanted to stay there a few days. JAILED Mike Mullen and Ed ward Angell, for intoxication, and Harry Ellery, for false pretense, were locked up in the city prison at noon today. They Are Arriving. Holiday goods in endless variety. Everything useful and ornamental. Anything you can wish at the 5c and 10c store. J. J. Brasaemle, successor to P, B. Smith, 118 S. Howard st. Severely Scalded. Mrs. Geo. Thatcher of 509 Bell st., was seriously scalded about the face and bands this morning by a fruit jar full of boiling water bursting. Dr. B. O. Leberman attended her. New Goods For the Holidays. You will be astonished when von see the elegant and extensive line of Holiday gooas at j. j. urasaemie s 5c and lOo store, formerly P. B. Smith's, 118 S. Howard st. No better place to select your Xmas gifts. Dont fail to come early and make your selections before the rush. A GOOD SCHEME Ypoold Have Worked All IUgrbt, but There Was Too Much Enthusiasm. "I know I oughtn't to give this away," said a local politician, "but It's too good to keep. The other day 1 hap pened to drop Into the office of one of our campaign orators and noticed the manuscript of a speech which he pro posed to deliver that night lying on his desk. Without thinking any harm I picked it up nd In running my eye over the first few pages was surprised to And the thread of the argument In terrupted hero and there by a 'voice from the audience,' which asked imper tinent questions. In each instance a very pat answer was written down, and I saw at once that a little comedy had been prepared in advance to show off the orator's skill at repartee. "I laid the manuscript down and said nothing, but that night I went out tc the meeting to see the fun. Knowing exactly where the first Interruption was going to occur, I was on the alert when the place In the speech was reached, and, sure enough. Tip popped a tough looking Individual and fired off question No. 1. "I must admit the scene was well acted. When the question was asked, the audience laughed and then waited eagerly to hear what the speaker would say. For a moment he seemed -embarrassed and disconcerted, and then. Just as everybody thought he was completely cornered, he suddenly straightened up and shot back a reply so out and witty that it turned the ta bles In a twinkling. The effect was electrical, end the whole bouse went wild. ' "I snickered In my sleeve and waited for Interruption No. 2, which passed off with equal eclat for the orator. In fact, the scheme would have been a great success If the Interrupter hadn't pjayed bis part too well. He was so extremely natural and gave such a fine Imitation of a hobo bent on break ing up a meeting that when he started In tho third time a big policeman grab bed him by the neck and put him un der arrest. "He tried to protest, but It was no go, and In three minutes he was on his way to Jail. After the meeting was ovar the orator hopped Into a cab and hurried down to ball him out. I un derstand he was pretty sick of his Job, and unless a substitute can be found the rest of my friend's speeches will probably be made Mkhout repartee trimmings." New Orleans Tlmcs- ..PIANOS.. IF INTERESTED in buying a PIANO or any MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, it will pay you to visit our store. Every instrument we have sold here for the last 12 years gives the best of satisfaction, being that music is our profession, it is impossible for us to sell an instrument that does not please a musician. On pianos we can save you from 50 to $75, as we buy direct only from first-class factories for spot cash. Terms cash or payments $5 to $10 a month. JOHN KRATZ IVIusio 236 and 238 South Howard gYour Head I Is Best O-Ff In one of our $2.50 Hats. They combine style, ocmforfc and durability. ) Cheapest and best line of SMOKING JACKETS in the city. Full line of DRESS SUIT CASES and FURNISHING GOODS. Badger, Van Ness & Co. j MATTERS 2 123 . rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrs UNDERWEAR SALE w The prolonged warm weather finds us with too much "Winter Underwear on. hand. In order to move the heavier lines quickly we will sell them at prices that thy manufacturers would not duplicate. Children '3 Underwear from 12c to 50c Ladies' Underwear from 20c to $1.50 Gents' Underwear from 25c to $1.50 And an endless variety of Hosiery. . .from 5c to 50c FOR LADIES, GENTS AND CHILDREN M. D. Brouse, Agent, Thanksgiving is Coming ' And we have everything necessary to furnish a table for a nice THANKSGIVING DINNER First A good Dinner set. Second Silver Knives, Forks and Spoons. Third Carving Sets and Turkey Platters. Fourth Soup Sets and Ladles. Fifth Fish SetTand Game Sets. Sixth Salad Sets, Berry Sets and FruifSets. y Seventh Cut Glass Tumblers, Celeries, etc Eighth Pie Plates and Jelly Dishes. Hinth Ice Cream Sets and Trays. . THE HERRICK & SONS C6. I CHINA HALL tmm ..V - aL. mi...i,i taaaaaaaAwMaaflEnVamaBKmVUal iMlZaSl V iHamBI ra K Pouchot, Hunsicker & Oo.'s Hardware and Stove Store. 2 1 6-2 1 8 S. Wain st. If You Need a Or anything in -tho line o-F footwear, don't -Fail to oall and xamine my stook. W. S. Rodenbaugh, E3'fcwr T"'o'ton artel Voris s-fcs. st. Akron, 0. and FURNISHERS 5. HoiMsaro st. Wholesale and Ro-ta!! IN THE.FROUT EA1TK Is n here you'll find our candles every time. It's simply s qnestlon of merit and pleasing the public taste. Fortun ately we have hit It and our confectionery Is la demand. Here's a little novelty for you this week, none the less a novelty on account of the price. Xmas Mix loclb Jersey Lillles 20clb Butter Cups 2oclb Velvet Chocolate chips 30clb Dipped Cannels 30clb Maple Squares lSclb Also a full line of Huts and Fruits at popular prices. N. LASKARIS CO. Phone 289. 162 South Howard st, & 562 S. Howard st., op. city building. TEE TEMPLE I. 0. 0. F. TEMPLE IVlain st. 150 STOVES! ON OUR Sample Floor, and No Two Alike! See Our Line of Natural Gas Stoves and Ranges We can also supply you with Second-Hand Stoves if desired. Everything in the stove line at Pair of Shoes U2Sh South Main street. 41 n ji w V r J X-i'e - T'Vv1 . ..ikAi W -. JL A ?u x-s i. ix!tj4;, ( ,-&ws'-.tVi.