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M AEJRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY. DECEMBER 11 .r n .' N k-5 Je Si , i.i .A'W Eft"-' -.? r VA r TV se. 75M- s Vf if. -IS-- RKl a '"$ Vf t 1 fe' i2S . 5TKr -? ;;f;jyfcMutRAi ; ? ni f3 'Ea:. 3,-i . -.. j tu ;z ,KBH.XKlACtouiltrrAilTrtlHnt Ptpt THKg-AKBQKJ OOMPAJTT Democrat BloefcXo..i3itd' W Ifaln it. X02TA ttvft .triw ton ornoxBs ajtbj: i cross. sicaiuvub - v.wrLsn 1 1ATnv vice-.rxesident Secretary. xreasa SiSf? " fe WUilAX T. BAWTER EDW.S. HXETIK JHO.IIONXMAEA " .n.. JJp IjA UOUXT. Entered at-the Poitoffloe at Akron, Ohio, as Second-Class Mali UatUr. Delivered BTeryTBrenlnf toy Carrier Boy .5 CENTS A WEEK By,lIaUt2.fiO - . . J1J6 for 811 Months r Offlrial Paper o! tht City of Akron. TO TELEPtKHK THE DEMOCRAT CALL 4 XC. 110. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11 CONBBESSSTAN IjENTZ Wants to know how a Democratic polygamist, elected to office, by the -people, s any -worse than a Repub lican polygamist, appointed to a fat federal job by the President. Xientz always was obtuse, according to the Administrafioneditors, but he is sharp enough to" be a thorn in the side, of. his Republican brethren in .Congress, . , . Fob the first time since he began his "meteoric rise;" Major General Diet's .picture, has been printed in one 4)f Hew York's great dailies. This incident marks another distinct advancement in the gallant states man's career, meaning that he has grown big enough to attract national attention, and no doubt it will be celebrated in the sanctum of our neighbor, the Beacon, with a degreo of gush, ecstacy and rejoicing such as befits .the greatness of the event. Democbats in Congress are show-ing-that the inevitable effect of the operation of the Administration's currency reform bill, If it were made a law, would be to take about $650, 000,000 of good money out of circula tion. This would reduce the per capita tax of circulation from $25.85 to $17.52. But theaa Republican Con gress was elected on the assumption that what the country needs is "not more money," and there should be no complaint when the system is put 'in'tq -effect. "Gsn. DiaK Is said to be ambi tious1 Jabecome a member .of the Seriate and has fgndly harbored the thought .siricdhonorhave Deen com ing j him sdtgasilj It foeyen said .to"vfJtt DTrposeToraEer-ior the -Sen- atoin'caso Hanna does not resign." - ""Paragraphs similar to the above are .appearing in the leading papers of the country nearly every day, but the Administration papers have not aVordo say in defense of Senator i jForaker, nor a reason to give why he v sbpuldiot be turned down for Dick. Men still close their doors against a setting sun. i i ANOTHER SKY-SCRAPER. Our usually conservative neighbor, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, seems to be badly in need of a little more bal last. It too is soaring amid the , clouds of metaphor, hyperbole and f anoyi far above the drear and practi cal realm of fin de siecle English, in quest of colors f or & language- paint ing jot .Major General Chas. Dick's rainbow career. "Dick is like oil," gushes the Plain Dealer, in a pitch of ectstatic frenzy. "He's fine. ,He's a wonder for- smoothness or synonymous things! He is polished, and the evnonvm of nolish in ward politics oil.' His use of" polite terms in IKnglsh is remarkable, and he is one of the most fluent talkers in the country. His voice Is soft and has that quality known In women as cultivated.1 "Washington women openly and almost unani mously call 1)160. fascinating. His -friends scorn to say he is hand some, but'--admit that bis pale, al most clerical face, big eyes and wavy black hair make him decidedly interesting from the standpoint of sentimentalists." The only fly that the" nominal edi tor bf Dobson's paper can, discover in this ointment seems to be the libel- JIUH.. -ST . H. 2 1VW M.-Jw VV. .-jw.. U.WUWA.U ipDick's frienas "scorning to say he Is y handsome." This innuendo is un speakably vile ana treasonable and it willr4oubtles8 "be resented with ex treme unction-by thejmly authorized local admirer anddefender of the 5& -vsay Dick is handsome is- no true friend oi tne 'rising sun oi. American politics. f. :-". s .. LAY POLITICS ASIDE. "fe3v Tinnntv Commissioners seem tndllng thetannexation ques- "sfeae'6amF?.imId, shuffling and uf22xiift.fc thQy uld a "r .-his policy-seems Uenerai mj. '-Viticians' . fear Clay Working mI' rium of the Stoneware a op: -.adjusted ay be dis- .... ...... ritwl Always on l"'n"-.AU.or4,e,r! W1ivw.y -. u . interests Special attention elven te aU i j0 settle KcUy'(p . n Winter Tourist Tickemmerce -t nn bhIp, via C.A.iannexa the south and southwest. J would etsana iuii imuimamm' Honodle, railroad audi acrent, union depot. ? " uruvvwi mi i ( v vjSEE THE LITTLES? "fl. ( i. iWatchi i (f? (f m The Proper Thing: For Young: Ladies. m m m m m m JJ.h ito JEWCLERS an m ii 116. South Howard st. fl be to the commercial and municipal advantage of the city and the people to extend the corporate limits. This should count for a great deal with the Commissioners in deter mining how to decide the annexation question. But it is no secret that certain well-known politicians are now using their influence with the Commission ers to restain them from looking with favor upon the annexation petition. Be this as it may, the Democbat does not believe that the Commis sioners are going to be influenced in their action more by the entreaties and expedients of politicians than by the best interests of the city, so clearly presented to the attention of the Commissioners by representa tives of the city's leading business organization. So far as Akron's material pros perity is concerned it will make no, difference whether the city is rated as a Democratic or a Republican city ; but it will make a great difference whether the upwards of 10,000 resi dents of the territory now purposed to be annexed to the city shall be admitted in time to swell the Akron census rating next year. Nothing succeeds like success and the fact that Akron, in next year's census, can be able to show a very large increase of population, as will be the case with annextion and not otherwise should be an im mense help to our public spirited oitizens in their work of bringing new industrial enterprises and cap ital to Akron. OFFICERS. Continued From Eirst Page, captain 3rd rank team, H. V.Egbert. "Wm. Schroeder has for twelve years faithfully and conscientiously performed the duties of master of exchequer and it was with the deep est regret on the part of the lodge that his resignation was on this oc casion accepted. After the adjournment the lodge was invited to the banquet room, where for a season they gave their attention to a well-filled table and a royal good time. At the next meeting, Dec. 14, the first and's'econd degrees will be con ferred and the members of the re spective teams will please arrange to be present. At Aetolia lodge the election of officers resulted as follows: C. C, John "W. Gauthier; V. C, O. B. Mil ler; K. of R. andS., A. Fryberger; I is,Ul. of F., James H. Burt; M. of E., Henry Sell; M. at A., J. F. Lafferty; P., Henry SchlimmaJ I. G., R. Kop lin: O. G., P. J. Chassagne; trustee, E. F. Taggart; relief committee, P. C. Hnber. L The rank of Page was conferred on two candidates last Tuesday. The rank of Esquire and the rank of Knight was conferred on one of the candidates, owing to the fact that one of them was about to leave the city for an indefinite time. nThe rank of Esquire will be con ferred Tuesday, December 12th. "Wo had a good attendance, several vis-, itors from other lodges and two vis itors from out of town were present. The work was well put on by the new team and was appreciated by all those .present. I. 0. 0. F. Summit lodge Monday evening had a good attendance. One candidate was elected to membership and the initiatory degree was conferred on It Makes Restful Sleep. SleepJeKsncss nlmost Invariably accompa nies constipation and ltd manifold attendant eils nervous disorders, indigestion, licad riclio, loss of uppetlte, etc To attempt to In duce sleep by opiates Is a serious mistake, for tbe brain lsonly benumbed and tbo body suf fers. Celery King removes tbo cause of wake fclness by Its sootblng effect on tbe nerves and on tbe Etoinacb and bowels. Celery King cures Constipation and Nerve, Stomach, Liver and Kidney diseases. 8 y one candidate and one candidate was .elected to receive the first degree. Nemo lodge had a good attendance. The initiatory degree was conferred on one candidate. Akron lodge "Wednesday evening had the usual attendance. The ini tiatory degree was conferred on one candidate. First degree next Wed nesday night. Colfax lodge, D. of R., will meet next Thursday evening. The Sew ingsociety will have an all day's session. A full attendance is desired for an election of officers. Akron Encampment met Friday evening with the usual attendance. The officers of Summit County Beneficient Association had a meet ing Monday evening in the Temple in the committee room, when the death claim of Brother Gintz was allowed. Granite lodge, (German) Thursday evening at its lodge room in Kaiser block elected Paul Spitzer, K". G.; August Ruede, V. G.: Henry Schlim me, recording secretary ; Chas. Pfahl, financial secretary; Gust Sherbardt, treasurer; Charles Parisette, trustee, three years. Next Thursday night there will be a candidate for initia tion. Fred Kuhlke, of Granite lodge, was elected representative to the Grand Dodge of the 22nd district, composed of'Xemo and Granite lodges, Akron, and the lodges at Greentown, Canal Fulton, Korth Lawrence and Doyles town. He had 12 majority over two other candidates, Mr. Edwards, of Korth Iiawrence, and Mr. Collier, of Doylestown. M. W. of A. Akron 4,334, met last week and admitted one member by card. The Eastern "Woodman, the state organ of Modern Woodmen, In its Novem ber issus, has a fine portrait of Chief Forester H. S. Brandon of Akron Camp, and speaks of him as one of the best known members of the or der. Three of the best articles in the number are signed by Mr. Bran don. Security camp led eight candi dates' through the mysteries of wood-craft Tuesday night. Seven applications were received, making a total of 63 on the table to be acted upon. Security gave a social and dance Thursday night. K. 0. T. M. Akron Tent met in regular session last Monday night, holding a very interesting meeting, receiving ten applications for membership, also approving the election of one candi date to membership and initiating two candidates into the mysteries of the order. It was after the transac tion of business under the head of new business that the most interest ing part toolc place in the form of election, there being a large attend ance and lots of good timber to elect from for office. Every nomination was hotly contested for. All mem bers are requested to attend Mon day night's review. The Pathfinder. Every member of Middlebury lodge should be present Wednesday of the 13th, as there wiU be impor tant business to transact, besides quite a number of candidates to ini tiate. Six applications for membership were received by Akron lodge Mon day evening," Dec. 4. The semi-annual eleotion of officers took place. Supreme Conductor Durant was absent from his office all last week on account of the serious illness of his family. Members are hustling for applica tions under the prizo offer, and one Findlayman sent in 14 applications in one day last week. Lake Erie lodge, Lorain, Ohio, is increasing rapidly in membership through the efforts of Supreme Or ganizer Pfeiffer and Deputy Thomp son. L. 0. T. M. Busy Bee Hive will meet in regu lar review Tuesday at 7 p.m. Every lady should endeavor to be present, as there will be Initiation of candi dates and election of officers. Per capita tax is due from every member and must be paid by January 1. Hive death assessment No. 8 must be paid by December 28. Favorite Hive elected: L. C, Mrs. Dora Zook; lieut. c, Mrs. Jane Rice; l.r., Mrs. Ada Akers; l.f., Miss Anna Honman; I.e., Mrs. Mary James; l.s., Miss Marita Wise; l.m.a., Mrs. Cora Moon; l.s., Miss Mary James; l.p., Miss Grace Cam; 1. cap,, Miss Nellie Brown; l.b. 1, Mrs. Wise; 2, Jennie Carmichael; 3, Mrs. Grue. Protection .Hive will hold no re view this week. Election of officers will take place on the 19th. As this will be the only review held this month social member will take no tice that per capita tax must be paid on that night or stand suspended. Ladies make a note of this for the books must'be audited and in good condition for the new record keeper who will fill the responsible position of keeping the records and attending tothe finances of the hive after January 1. Independent hive met in regular review Dec. 8, with a good attend ance. Nominations and election of We offer the 5c back ior Fels-Iaptha soap tc show that the soap is so good that nobody wants the 5c back. It costs us 9 cents, includ ing postage both ways, to send the 5 cents. Fell & Co, rotken. Philadelphia, THE HEALTH HABIT Just as Easy to Form as Any Other. We do not deliberately form our pet nabits, but they are unconscious ly acquired and grow as we grow, and by the time we learn ther are hurting us, we find them too strong to oe easily broken. Then, why not form a good habit, a habit which will counteract the many bad ones, in other words con tract the unfashionable habit of be ing always well. The best health habit to get into is to have and keep a vigorous stomach ; if you have a healthy digestion you can drink your beloved coffee, smoke your ravorite brand of tobacco, with little or no harm; the mischief be gins when these things are forced upon the faithful stomach, without any assistance. Form the habit of taking after meals some harmless but efficient digestive which will relieve the stomach of so much extra work. Nature furnishes us with such digestives and when they are com bined in such a pleasant preparation as Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, they give the ovorworked stomach just the necessary assistance to secure Eerfect digestion without any of the armful effects of cathartics and similar drugs. The habit of taking Shirt's Dys pepsia Tablets after meals is as necessary to the weak stomach as food itself , and indeed to get the bene fit from food eaten, nothing better and certainly nothing safer can be used. Many families consider Stuart's Tablets as essential in the house as knives and forks. They consist entirely of natural digestive principles without the ef fect or characteristics of drugs; they have no cathartic action, but simply go to work on the food eaten and digest it. Take into account your bad habits and the expense they entail and then invest 50c in a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets and see if your di gestion for the next month is not vastly improved. Ask the clerk in any drug store the name of the most successful and popular stomach remedy and he will say "Stuart's." AMUSEMENTS Grand Opora Hous W11.BTJB F. Stickle, Mgr. 3SEXT ATTRACTIONS One week, commencing Monday evening,Dec. 11. Mats. Wed. and Sat. Mr. Chester De Vonde and his Big Dramatio company. Direction of C.L. Walters, in a repertoire of high class productions. Monday evening the great scenic sensation in five acts, Ton Ton Door. High class specialties. Evening prices 10c,20c,80c. Mat. prices 10c,20c. officers. One application for mem bership. All should be present Dec. 19. Election of officers, Lady com mander, Mary Sherbondy; Lieuten ant commander, Sophia Dixon, rec ord keeper, Elizabeth Keck; finance keeper, Mary Larkins; chaplain, Amanda Shoemaker ; sergeant, Sarah Manson; master at arms, Kate Be saw; sentinel, Kate Baker; picket Elizabeth Mason; captain of guards, Aurelia Denaple; banner bearer, Winnie Banks; pianist, Mabel Dix on. Pythian Sisterhood. The last meeting of Louise as semly was of unusual' interest. There were several applications re ceived. Thursday evening, Dec. 14, there will be a pop corn social at Sister Shaffer's, 614 E. Exchange st. Friday afternoon all sister's are re quested to meet at the home of Sis ter Tryon, 109 Woodland ave All sisters who have not yet been initi ated in the second degree should present themselves at the next meeting Friday evening. The team should be ready. P. H. C. Akron Circle will meet on Wed nesday evening, Dec. 13. All com mittees, on applications are requested to make their report. This will be the night to nominate officers fqr the next term, and all members are re quested to be present. At our last meeting seven candidates were ini tiated, and several applications were referred to the proper committee. W. V. R. U. The Woman's Veteran Relief union held a very interesting meet ing with a good attendance. Nomi nation of officers were made. Nomi nations are open until next meeting, Dec. 21, when officers will be elected. At the next meeting we will have the drawing of the comfortable. G. A. R. In Buckley Post, Friday night, Commander Seymour, of the special committee on the centennial observ ance of Woshington's death, made a report. Among those reported seriously ill are Comrades Jos. Young and Monk. Comrade Waldsmith is sink ing rapidly. Comrade Searls shows a slight improvement. New ones on the sick list are Comrades John White and Geo. W. Smetts. Let us not forget that these comrades de serve visitation. One 'candidate, Irving Hull, was duly mustered into the services of the G.A.R, Capt. H. H. Harrison was elected to membership. Our newly elected S. V., Comrade J. H. Soymore, very much to the re gret of the post, tendered his resig nation, which was accepted. Numer our pressing engagements are the reasons given compelling him to take this action. This will necessi tate a new election to take place Dec. 22. The services on next Tues dayiovening will be very interesting. It will be a meeting open to all who may desire to attend. W. R. C. The corps arranged for its annual memorial service, to be held on the third Thursday of December. Dur ing tho past year four members of the corps died. ---"------iinfflrir-"'''""" Don't Wait BUY Holiday Slippers NOW. We have the most complete stock of HOLIDAY SLIPPERS In Akron. Slippers for Everybody! ALL COLOES, ALL STYLES, ALL PEICES. 143 South Howard St. IfiWKWIKIJVIIII Walsh & Co. " "tTg the place to buy Climax Stoves, Ranges and House Furnish ing Goods. SPECIAL PRICES On Guna, Ammunition and Hunting CoatR. Be sure to examine the principles of our Hot Air Furnace You will say, like others have said: "it is the BEST in the market." No. 1050 South Main st. Near Hankey Lumber Co. Phone 1644. Fresh and Pure You can well depend on the quality of our drugs. Yoh can also de pend on the way we put them to gether. Our compounding insures perfect medicines. We have some standard remedies which we prepare for market, and the best of the proprietary medicines at all times. biieiin, nam. mm THE ABSTRACT tee 1 1 Are owners of the "only com plete Abstract Plant in Sum mit county." Remember this when buying a home. 226 South Main St. I&0ir. o. Are You Going: to Have Your Picture Taken Or one enlarged or copied? If you are don't fail to look over our mammoth display before you have it done. We have the Photographs We have the Crayons We have the Pastels We have the Water Colors All artistically arranged on our walls, the best that money can buy, and last but not least we are the people to buy of, be cause you will get the highest quality and best satisfaction. A. A. BESAW Photographer and Portrait Artist F"ir-s-fc Class. HALF-TONE ENGRAVINGS AT. Akron Photo Eng. Co. C03 South Main st. I HO M0g . jC 1 THE SOUTH SIDE. Goodrich Rubber Co. Making Improvements. Tip Top Cycle Club Will Give a Dance Other Notes. Dr. Dixon is the author of a very neat story recently published in the American Field entitled: "Then I Woke Up." Mr. and Mrs. John W. Hall of Cross st. are spending a few days with relatives at Seville. The foundation of the new boiler house for the Goodrich Co. has been completed. They are now placing the boilers in position. J. A. Kempel, the grocer, has or dered three hundred turkeys for Christmas. The Tip Top Cycle Club will give a dance in the near future. Deon Shipman has purchased a bull dog, valued at one hundred dol lars, which was bred in old Ken tucky. Gondola Poe. our Chinese laundry man, contemplates severing himself from his queue. The White Anchor Relief Associa tion gave a successful dance at Mes ser's Hall last evening. Wm. Besnecker, lately in the re staurant business, has opened a large boarding house on Jackson st. Perry Kepler shot nine rabbits in two hours Thursday. J. Steese, the confectioner, is do ing quite an extensive gasoline lamp business as a side line. Willie Lee has accepted a position with Whalen the shoe dealer. Grant Steftee is confined to the house with a new disease called thoraxis. Ed Bachtel has two of the best rabbit dogs in the vicinity, so he says. Eli King will spend a few weeks with relatives at Dundee. Tigeb. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup Is unquestionably tbe most remarkable remedy ever produced for the cure of throat and lung troubles. It has cured thous ands and has done wonders in many cases of incipient consumption. 3 THOUSANDS BENEFITTED. : Advance In Wages to Certain Employe! of Certain Hevr England Cotton Mill Manufacturers. Fall Riveb, Mass., Dec. 11. The new wage scale, giving the mill em ployes of this city an increase in their wages of 10 per cent, will go into effect today in all the mills cf this city. The employes of the iron works began work under the increased schedule last Mon day, a week in advance of, the remainder of the cotton mill employes. The ad vance of 10 per cent m the wages of New England's cotton operatives means an average addition to the pay of each cnroloye of about 70 cents "per week, a total increase of $105,000 each week and a yearly increase in wages of about f o, 500,000. The greater1 portion of the New Eng land cotton operatives begin work nnder the new schedule today, over 75,000 hands being affected, divided among the following cities and towns: Fall River, 80,000; New Bedford, 13.000; Provi dence, Warren, Bristol, Blackstone and Pawtucket valleys, in Rhode Island, 23,000; Worcester and vicinity, 4,000; Taunton, 3,500; Newburyport, 500; Saco, Me., 1,500. Tho second croup of over CO.0CO mill employes will begin work under the 10 per cent advance December 18, and in cludes 21,000 operatives in Lowell, 13,500 in Lawrence, 13.000 in Manchester, N. H., 6,500 in Lewiston, Me., 3,500 in Biddeford, Mo., and 800 in Amosburg, Mass. TAYLOR'S PLURALITY 2,383. Certificate Signed For thn Republican Candidate Foyntz Still Protested. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 11. Tho elec tion certificate of W. S. Taylor was signed by the election commissioners, and ho was declared to be governor-elect of Kentucky. Tho official figures of the vote filed with Secretary of State Finley are: Taylor. 193,714; GoebeL. 101,831. Taylor's plurality, 2,333. The certificates, as soon as signed, were filed with the secretary of state, and commissions will be issued to tho elected men at once by Governor Brad ley. Commissioner Poyntz declined to sign the Republican certificates of election. saying i stood by the opinion he had renaert. , ana coma not consistently do so. He consented to sign tho certifi cates of the railroad commissioners, however. GENERAL DEL PILAR KILLED. Toll Iu lis'it With Amorlcaus Com mauded Agutnultlo liodygutird. Manila, Dec. 11. General Gregorio del Pilar, commanding Apmnaldo's bodyguard, was killed by Major Pey ton C. March's battalion of tho Thirty third infantry, in a fight 18 miles north west of Cervantes, Dec. 3. j) According to reports which General Youuir obtained from cscaned Soanish prisoners at Vigau, several days ago, Major March left the coast, where ne was pursuing Aframaldo, aud encoun tered General del Pilar on a fortified trail. They fouRht for four hours, dur ing which time 70 Filipinos were killed or wounded. The American loss was one man killed aud sis wounded. The Spaniards reported that Major March was pursuing tho insurgents. Try Grain-0! Try Grain-0! Ask your uroeor todny to show you a uacknpe ot GltAIN-O. tln new food drink thnt tnkes thi plnco of colTec. Tho children mny drink It without injury as well ns tbe mlult. All who try It. llko It. GKAIN-O hns thnt rich senl bronn of Jlochn or .luvu, but It Is iiindo from mire gralni. nnrt tho most delicate stomnch receives It -without distress. j the price of coffee. 13c. and 25c. per package. Bold by all grocers. .-3 Hf WHAT WILL HE GET w b - WHAT WILL YOU GET FOR HIM ? ( 0 ft 0 As a JCmas Frsn-t m Vj? An Overcoat, a Suit of Clothing, a Mackintosh, an ? ? Umbrella, a Houje Coat, Underwear, Neckwear, 25 ? Shirts, Hosiery, Suspenders, Muffler, Gloves, Hat 2 $ or Cap? All of which can be had at the lowest prices of ili ito M T ATTCD One-Price Clothier and Out- M itolVl. JLUUeK, fitter, 1 10-1 12 E. Market st. m $ vffTHEN you are looking, come in and see what we can show you 4 W in PERFUMES, TOILET ARTICLES, CREAMS and I T ' LOTIONS, COMBS and BRUSHES, any of .whioh will make f very acceptable t k. Our PERFUME ATOMIZERS are little beauties. Tryvone. You will And it the mosteconomical and satisfactory way of using per- 1 fumes. - I J. H. CASE 8 CO., DRUGGISTS f e 132 Woo3tor Avonue. '& I Phone 1781. Akron, Onio. i ial FURMJRE. CANE SEAT DINING CHAIRS- From 75c and up. Cobbler. Seat Rockers $2.00 anLnp; Extension Tables $6.00 and up. - " ' Wood 5eat Rockers $1.25 and up.. -Sideboards $10 and up. Couches of all kinds. I SELECT YOUR XMAS PRESENTS! NOW and have them set aside until you want them delivered. 5 G. M. Kempel 149 and 151 South Main Street;. i Open Evenings. SPECIAL SALE AT REDUCED PRICES of the finest and largest 2 stock ever carried in this city: also a new lot of ETCHED and ART GLOBES for "Welsbach and Electric Lights. Portables, Brackets, ? etc. New styles of Natural Gas Lamps. Call and see before buying- 4 M. R. OahillJ I 203 E. Market st. Office Tel. 195. Ties. 74T. GEO. HAAS, GROCER PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT Telephone 478. If Ss J. L. HEFFERNAN, SS! Incandescent, Natural Gas Burners and Supplies. 20 'XAf. IVlart-co-fc at. Tl. 69 MACRUM'S PROBABLE MISSION. no Slay be CouilDff to This Courtry as Kmzvr's Representative. EastLiverpool.O., Dec. 1. Frionds in this city of Charles E. Macruui, until recently United States consul at Pre toria, Transvaal republic taid he wa& returning to this country with import ant information for tho state depart ment, which ho wa3 unwilling to risk FOR YOU? m HEADQUARTERS FOR Christinas Candies. SPECIAL PRICES TO Churches, Schools and Societies FUIili LINE OF Fruits and Nu-fcs. T" N. LASKARIS CO. Phone 289. 162 Sonth.Howard st., I & 552 S. Howard st., op. city building. nts. I 127 North Howard st. you are Interested In GIVE US A CALL Crown and Bridge "Work can't be beat. Prices are consistent. Gold fillings SI and up. Best teeth $8.00. Philadelphia Dental Rooms 126 South Main st Open evenings. Sundays 10 to 1. cabling. His lptters conclusively proro f that not only was Macrum not persona non grata to tho Trausvall government, but that he was on tho test possibles terms with President Kruger. Cabling could only be done over & line controlled in part by-England. lb is believed the information brought by Mocrvun is from President! Kruger, and tho purpose is to initiate measures to bring tho war to a close on honor&M-, terms to the Dutch republic. jt JSaJfe, L ', ' T.JUJ!'-Mnilrrmr,t-' V 11 i ic ,.n, fZ- , . ! t - -. . ..la-s-MM-ir.-rt - - - sSSSSmm iV-r iWV- .