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.3'-17rry,r' K&?iVi frVa-vriwS3 M (JT: j- - rT?;Tvf--J - - " . v w y AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MOIvDAY DECEMBER 11 :.f 'if. A r?5 Ui rrir m r m: r VT' - T-4 tn -r ' 4 g T-Vj tern -Ti'" - . sir -." - S3? M -O-Jn-Va ?a ;u;ti t3; ; , JBOOTONfJSTOBte-fiartneror put t ncna etyiTteompIete assortment - "fASTIClES for - CbmtmJAfpreBeiits, before you, U&7T,hBnt' forgotten the i. 'Hr-erythins: imagina r. bIeinrthot.TOYi-LINE for their rftilafb'oi AU"' ladies' linen JianaKercmeis.'put up 'doz. to a , iJoxr,fncy, lace and embroidered AtBOc eacfi fAH liman.rmnrllrpr- icMeffl?Jiinimed'Witb.Jace footing - andembroidered" edges, also separate boxes .to put them in, so ' tbatbu'can.hav.eanice assort- AfclOoMtdSOo .each AU linen . JXUaaanminArA1'hnTif1IranVifafB - tbes'-goods are, imported direct U froni'Jrelandirh'ere they are hand i embroidered;., j a b ,. SAttSSoeacliTHls .is a popular J Enqe;tor;a,handKerchief.1We have Da riAJl" Kanf4 ,! a" ".A nil .uisdw, pWUC ' UUUU) iii LH&ercaiei ivied lace ana r.-n."WiiriJ,iivv"'""jH " "cd" V lk "J Tr, t,ZAve eteri shown. 3gggfrgg8rjgjgg; : IHil r . v i, ;"ius.erciueis. -anyamuai itl J?a39nwlth,hom,Btlfehe(1 bor Vi Al ik T - -Sr . jt-i" , z: . r'f .iMi. tki'iii ;i.i rrr itt SATURDAY f 'MlSwrarfeteat'dayton- d Gloves. TTCT '51 i ,vaao.&.: Kot; only da w . creaBeQtur sales but our " fl eppace with! the -sales. v .-' "tninK.anri fool ijnuan- 'QEEASE.. NbVonLv da we in- StOCK 'it .-' Ttain&and fepl niulflHan imn nro . .. vw niiuuibua nainnt tc3 r7 tttfwjjthat.vreTiave'the greatest . rrd-?Ar.fl n the country; 2 ,r-rr"sgTiaranteea.-' T 1Viilia-'fr50.aBaIr This glove is f s-4 r r.''.-B!,,1)l signer graae o madeMafe'a higher grade of : srj gooas-,uc.cri5 the same guaran ri; "r"' liAoop ui j-iauiu. jr f a. nnra la n i,a n-wf.ntn . Y.7te en-tmA Yfx, v rwa juub aitue ones: uous ana OoOies of albdescrlption, Metal Jpys.-Blackboards, Writing Desks nreBooks)'VPlay Dishes eta. RWgJiave asplendid.assortment at .boODSSTOR-r PRTrns. ., j j hsi TiJ. i! u JSSfeW 'FSE & K-L.S&S jncon- wtti toward St. ' .fs- enlcnt.to-nay.aH at . jtiumber of different pdrtle? owo u ?to5et r r;rfd-of un.cmDarrassmenc. arnlsn .-f tuu tno iuuuvj .r i-Hu.fr4MA4c t mrr ftn mnnav t(l ntlthimi I you ' i i.nn TttlKTTW fYrt lf. In CITItlll VTAi braonth- "U 1y lnsiallmoiits, soas not to . It from yourcarnipcs; Wef.ivlil loan you-fronvfli to J500onour t " v. , FURNITURE, -t m ; Sf .'i yMirCTYTnpt: ' . r.i " l "' H-S.4 - -&v If .V. si'r' -T TEC 'TNCTTD IVCE 3'e"i " .vVVnTTrnr ' PL.' . SWATCHES. Ett n'aitftiergool'securiries ; C'ATlAMHOUR'S notice K&m Extra'timeHln 'case of sickness. igg j deatvor loss ofemployment. If you is'ia iv'iwuiuwoiuirTrruB aipnone iozz ana rt .- A, -. ,we -will i call "nersonallv svnft lirino- :vf) m; ---f- - ; k Truii ""b "fs&x. . . '. Ground Floor $. t4wiWe doors north of Mill street. ' lill Li CD. KmlffMS f."s feJHH UB i I T.TlK.af I.H-.. h rfV-- rMWtt'ETcntags. 193 S.i Howard st. &.' iAia i X' -Ui.TAHOK-MADE. GAEMETrTS -jware roaiuiigxaiier-inaaeuowns ' --specialty. -Also i. remodel -Jackets. Goodworlt land DerfectMfit pnarnn. "teed.iadles are Invited to call and .Investigate our work. . EDWARDS tHAHMOH. 1S SIHoward, over,Beld's shoe store. 'frZMSS&B -ilt'i Ejyor week ending Saturday, Dec. 16. i8To'inds S. & G.'SvXXXX Confec -.a . . tioners Powered Sugar for 20c for ourXmas candies, makes frosting ious ega. ouugiy stir up witn m'jmllfc jckage Silver IVhite Gelatine iuatkuyen jut zK, o -colors, jmon,and'wbIte. i3i."tr;i 7 "" ts""e Ul jyiuiabo auit--ou. uieu currants ior zoc, neuiate use. r. y.ne old fashioned aplasses sugar for your per.iD.. jf-'t, sins ,16o per lb. uis L?j . . . jay,;iec. inn, s worth of tea. BeivfiFKEE 1900 calen- L"-S?Tf mn fcj.prder and Kd. CLOSING Arguments of Case. Councilman Shumway Is the Defendant. He Made a Complete Denial of Charges. Heavy Judgment Against Cook Brothers the Claims Bananas Were Not Good Court House News. The closing arguments in the Falls case are being heard this afternoon. Councilman Shumway, was a wit ness in his own behalf. He made a general denial of the charges against him. The case will go to the jury this evening. Heavy Judgments. Judgments aggregating $40,459.01 were entered against the defendants in the case of the First National Bank vs. Mary B. Cook et al. Mon day. The judgments for the plain tiff are as follows: Mary B.Cook, $10,498.64; JohnrJ. Cook, $22,523.87; William H. Cook, Jll!j)66.48. Bailey, Farrell & Co. were given a judgment against J. J. Cook for $2,370.02. Answered. N. Xask'aris, defendant in an ac tion brought by the Mobile Fruit & Trading company, to collect for two car loads of bananas, has filed answer. He alleges that the fruit was over-ripe and under size. Be cause of this he could not fill his orders. He claims damages to the extent of $068. Order of Sale. Francis Seiberling, assignee of John F. Seiberling, has been ordered to sell the property on North How ard st., just north of the C. T. & V. railroad, to The Akron Gas company for $6,000. Assets and Liabilities. An inventory of the assets of E.H. McCauley has been filed. The ap praised value of all his property is $8,880. The debts and liabilities are between $6000 and $7,000. ( Minor' Matters. The Eagle Pencil Company has sued A. C. Bachtel for $33.10 alleged to be due on an account. Minnie Dietzler, the defendant in . ' a divorce action, brougtt by John Dietzler, has filed a motion for ali- mony. The motion for a new trial in the case of Maggie Meier vs. the Pheonix Insurance company has been over ruled. The plaintiff recovered J515.1Q. Tho divorce case of Louisa M. El lott vs. Fred H. Ellett has been re ferred to H. M. Hagelbarger. C. I. Bruner has been appointed receiver, to collect rents, in the case of the Akron Building & Loan asso ciation vb. C. A. Pressler. Marriage Licenses. Joseph Watters, Akron 21 Emma B. Hunt, Akron 18 Frank Fleischman jr., Akron 21 Minuie Zimmerman, Akron ...... 18 Dr. Bull's Cough Syrap is a remarkable medicine. A dry, tickling, hacking cough, the warning that consump tion lurks near, needs no other doc tor but Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. It positively cures throat and lung trouble. 4 TYPES OF BOER At the left are Infantry volunteers, who dropped their farm Implements a short time ago and seiacd their rifles. In the center are a Boer cavalryman and two artillerists, and at the right are a volunteer officer, a private and & mounted representative of the commissary department ' . MURDER. Coroner, Holds Joseph Wade Is Guilty. Verdict Filed Monday Morning Turner's Property. 'A gun shot wound, from a pistol in the hands of Joseph Wade and inflicted with murderous intent" re sulted in the death of Thomas Turner. Corner Leberman filled his tran script in the case Monday morning. A type written copy of all the testi mony taken at the inquest was also filed. The only property found on Turner, a brass ring and 15 cents, was deposited in the probate office. Itching piles? Never mind if phy sicians have failed to cure you. Try Doan's Ointment. No failure there. 50 cents, at any drug store. GAS SHUT OFF. Main .Line Between Akron and -Massillon Broken. A break in the main line of the East Ohio Gas Co. between this city and Massillon early Monday morn ing completely shut off the local supply. There are 1,700 consumers in this city, who were without gas all day. A force of men was sent out to locate the break and repair the same. The ladies of St. Paul's Episcopal church will hold their annual sale of English plum puddings, mince pies and cake, on Thursday and Friday of this week at the rectory, 117 N Summit st. May Meet In Akron. The Luther League of the Trinity Lutheran church has extended an invitation to the Northeastern Ohio convention to meet in Akron. Kev. C. E. Kellar is a member of the committee and he will push Akron's claims. Wrecked. Three cars were thrown into pit near the old C. A. & C. round house Saturday night. Conductor D. A. Condon and Switchman Charles Cloud were injured. DEATHS. Kussell Mrs'. Saphronia S. Rus sell, aged 56 years, wife of William E. Russell of 204 W. Chestnut st., died at 8 o'clock Sunday morning. Bright's disease was the 'cause of death. Deseased had been ill for six weeks. PERSONALS. Frank Rigger of 735 West Cedar st. spent Sunday with his sister in Cleveland. Robert B. Hellar of the Commer cial Printing Co. has returned from Tyro, where he was best man at the wedding of -his cousin, Edgar A, Burroughs and Miss Ada Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Walker of Guilford have returned after a three weeks' visit with Akron relatives. Akrqn-CantonjPatriarchs Militant entertained chevaliers from Cleve land and other surrounding cities Saturday night. The Art Exchange, No. 128 South Main st., will be open evenings until Xmas. Persistent. Burglars broke into the residence of Geo. E. Schaeffer, 245 Carroll st., Saturday evening and again Sunday. Card (Of Thanks. We hereby extend to our friends and neighbors our most sincere thanks for the kindness and sym pathy shown during the 6ickness and death of our beloved husband and father, and also for the beautiful floral offerings. I Mrs. John Simon and Family UNIFORMS. . UfSERLJl- Holiday Presents Nothing is more acceptable as a Xmas present than a pair XMAS SLIPPERS. .- We have them in all kinds and sizes and can fit from baby to grandpa. "J Special Prices On everything in the line of Trunks, Satchels AND Dress Suit Cases REID BROS. Up-to-Date and Trunk . .i Shoe House 122 S. Howard St. WW1 Tho "Howard" Livery, Boarding, Feed and Sale Stable, Cor Mill and High St. FIRST-CLASS SERVICE In Every Respect. Phone 3?2. E. W. CUDDlSOn,ProPj. EVENTS jlN uaiET. The Presbyterian church, at North Springfield, near Sharon, O., celebrated its ninetieth anniversay with all day ex ercises. - J. P. Spence, aged 70 years, was dy ing from injuries received at W, A. Martin's grist mill at Ian coin ville, near Titusville, Pa. Amos Wright, aged 42 years, was probably fatally injured by a fall o slate in a coal mine near Chesnut Bidge, near Sharon, Pa. For ploughing up a graveyard on his farm in St. Thomas township, near Chambersburg, Pa., Harry OOrider was convicted of sepulture. The Hazelhurst World plant, a news paper owned and edited by O. O. Her rick, of Hazelburg, near Bradford, Pa., was destroyed by lire, " Two wells, one on the Auwater farm. near bprmg grove camp grouncr; and one on the Kussell farm, nearWells; vine, u., camo in dusters. , "-m- Prof. John F, Bigler, of FrankUn. superintendent of the public schools of Venango county, Pa., was chosen prin cipal ol the Edinboro, Fa., state normal school A. J. Cartwrignt was appointed by Judge P. M. Smith as receiver of the Union Co-operative Pottery, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Ji B. Warner, at East Liverpool, O. A. J. Sadie, living near Punta Gorda, Fla., was shot from ambush and in stantly killed. It was thought revence prompted the murder. " The steamer Mary was destroyed by fire at St. Joseph, Mich. Captain W. A. Boswell of the Qify of Louisville was asleep on the boat and had a narrow es cape. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY, WANTED Newspaper solicitor: fluent talker; sood address nnd thirty dollars to lmcst. No other need answer. A. B. How, general delh erv. 201-202 LOST Betw een Akron and Loyal Oak a small black and white 'spotted English Beagle hound, will respond to his name Leader. Liberal reward will be paid If left with C. A. Schell, 100 Woosterave. 200-201 andwklyDecl3 Xmas Trade j And cold, stormy weather, finds us well pre pared with A STOCK OF Reliable Footwear Unsurpassed in this, city. FOR-; Men, Ladies and Children r That are serviceable and the proper style and 'make to insure the necessary pro tection against winter storms. In Xmas 4 m m I seippers As heretofore, our line is unexcelled. Our prices, you "will ascertain, are very reasonable; not forgetting this fact that we oply sell the best quality of Foot wear. Trunks and Satchels. lUttM! I no South Howard St., Akron, 0. Bank Statements. BEPOBT Of the condition of the Citizens' Na tional Bank at Akron, in the state of Ohio, at the close of business, De cember 2, 1899: BESOOKCES. Loans and discounts $ 500,352.71 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1,563.45 U. S. bonds to secure cir culation 37,500.00 Premiums on U. S. bonds. 3,600.00 Stocks, securities, etc . 15,000.00 Banking-house, furniture and fixtures 8,000.00 Due from national banks (not reserve agents) 6,170.65 Due from approved reserve agents 54,171.4S Checks and other cash items 624.59 Exchanges for clearins:- "house 1,266.60 JNotes of other national banks 2,245.00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 56.88 Lawful money reserve in bank, viz: Specie $27,310.00 Legal-tender notesl5,000.00 42,310.00 Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer(o per cent of circulation) 1,687.50 Bevenue stamps 613.52 Total $ 675,162.38 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 150,000.00 Surplus fund 20,400.00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid. . . 5,703.71 National bank notes out standing 33,750.00 Due to other National banks 1,037.27 Due to State banks and bankers 9S9.03 Dividends unpaid 126.00 incuviauai deposits sub ject to check . 315,422.38 Demand certificates of de posit 147,623.99 Certified checks 110.00 Total $675,162 38 State of Ohio, county of Summit, ss. : I, D. P. Wheeler, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. D. P. Wheeler, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of December, 1S99. Seal H. C. Paksoxs. Notary Public. Correct A, ttest: A. C. BOHBBACHEB, J. Kooh, Frank Fiebergeb, Directois. REPORT Of the condition of the City Na tional Bank, at Akron, in the state of Ohio, at the close of business Dec, 2, 1899: 1 RESOURCES. Loans and discounts .$ 519,896.03 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured , 569.20 U. S. bonds to secure cir- i dilation 50,000.00 Stocks, securities, etc 63,703.63 Banking-house, lurniturp and fixture? 15,913.21 Due from national banks (not reserve agents) ... 2,533.03 DUe from state banks and , bankers... 546.31 Due from approved reserve agents 37,722.13 Exchanges for clearing house V 7,987.37 Notes of other national banks 900.CO Fractional paper currency, y nickels and cents 334.77 Lawful money reserve in bank,viz : specie $25,919.00 Legal tender notes 38,500.00 64,419.00 Redemption fund with U. S. treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) ... 2,250.00 Total $ 771,774.68 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in.... $ 100,000.00 Surplus fund Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid.. 75,000.00 17,677.44 45000.00 National bank notes out standing .. Due to other national banks 14,672.95 Due to state banks and bankers 5,421.68 Individual deposits, sub ject to check 260,328.82 Demand certificates of de posit 253,671,29 Total $ 771,774.6S State of Ohio, county of Summit, ss. I, N. C. Stone, cashier of the above named banK, ao solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my nowledge and belief. N. C. STONE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th dav of December, 1899. JAMES W. HOFFERT, Seal ' Notary Public. Correct Attest: GEO. W. CROUSE, D. E. HILL. E. S. DAY, Directors. Grand Social and Dance. Summit 661, Knights and Ladies of Security, will hold its first social and dance at Kaiser's hall on Wed nesday evening at 7:30. A beautiful quilt will be drawn at intermission. A good orchestra will furnish music. All members and friends of the order are invited. " Twenty cents admis sion, including a chance on the quilt. Come all and enjoy a good time. If you think of changingyour heat ing boiler call on Oberlin; get prices on tne uottage Doner ior sort coal. Xmas Candies ! Just Dellolous. THE MODEL BAKERY'S Home IVlacfo Candy The most famous because the most delightful of confections, celebrated for delicious quality, perfect uuritv and dainty flavors. A splendid .mas line ol Fancy Box Candles Assorted Chocolates, Bon-Bons, all the new varieties, iust received fresh from several of the largest Fancy Box Candy manufacturers in tho United States. Special preparations made for a big line of Candles for decorating Xmas Trees. Wholesale and retail orders promptly filled at popular prices. S. B. LAFFERTY, Phone 394 1 06 South Howard St. LAZE STEAMER rOUNDEBED Canadian Steamer Supposed to But Gone Down Sixteen l'eesoos Were Abroad. Buffalo, Dec. 11. It is now certain that the Canadian steamer Niagara.Cap tain Henry McClory. foundered during the severe storm of Thursday evening last about eight miles east of Long Point, Lake Erie, with all hands, numbering 16 persons. Tugs sent out from Port Colbonrne and from Buffalo to search for the missing steamer returned, bring ing with them great quantities of wreck age picked up near where the steamer is supposed to have foundered. It was the opinion of lake captains that the boat went down in deep water about eight miles east of , Long Point, as none of her spars had "been found, and if she had gone down in shallow water they would be sticking up. The wind was blowing a gale of about 45 miles an hour and it was snowing heavily. Even tho largest and strongest boats made for shelter, and it was the opmiou of vessel men that Captain Mc Clory attempted to turn his boat around and run under Long Point and in doing so encountered the fnll force of the storm, his craic going to pieces. Committed Crime While Drunk. New York, Dec. 11. Walter Raffers, who originally gave his name to the po lice as Willis Rosscr. a student at the Post Graduate hospital, who shot Fred F. Slater, 22 years old, of Rah-way, N. J., in Madison Square Garden, Satur day night, was arraigned m police court. A report was presented from the Belle vue hospital house surgeon to the effect that the Wounded man's condition was favorable, and on the request of Raffers counsel the prisoner was held in $1,000 bail for examination tomorrow. Raffers, who comes from Stevenson, Ala., has little to say about the shooting. He was considerably under the influence of liquor when arrested. Raffers w.is not able to furnish bail and was locked up. Captatu Essruger Dead. Chicago, Deo. 11. Captain Bernard Essroger of Chicago died, aged 65. Ueneral Sweet said that to him moro than any mau was due the failure ot tbe plot to release the Confederate pris oners of war at Chicago. Captain Ess rogcr was one ol the six captains who stood guard over the Catafalque of Lincoln. Farmer Killed Accidentally. Johnstown, .fa., Dec 11. William A. Foor, a farmer living near Everett, was killed by the accidental discharge of his shotgun wnile returning from a hunting trip. The entire load of shot struck him in the neck, killing him in ttantly. He was 30 years old. He left a widow and one child. Labor Leader Dropped Dead. Milwaukee, Dec. 11. John E. Ooughliu, one of the best known labor leaders in tho northwest, dropped dead at Hlsrcsldenoo in this' city. THE P1NAH0IAI DEBATE Talk on the measure Scheduled to Com mence Today lu tho Uouse Pro bably Coror Wide Ranje. Washington, Dec. 11. Under tho terms of the special order adopted Fri- dayj the general debate on the financial bill will open today immediasely after the reading of the journal and contmuo flaily from noen until 5 o'clock Friday. On Saturday the bill will be read para graph by paragraph for amendment undor the five minute rule. The vote will not be token until the following Monday. The debate will probably cover a wide range, including a general rethreshing of the campaign issue of 1896, and there may be some stormy in cidents, The Republicans are arrayed solidly for khe bill, but many of them who have never before advocated tho gold stand ard doubtless will have to take the floor to explain their change of position. On the Democratic side some of the mem bers are reported as favoring the bill, but thero has been no canvass made as yet, and it remains to be seen how many of them will join the Republicans on this measure. FORECAST OF THE SENATE. Usioa Cxpeoted to Make a Speech On Boer War. Washington, Dec. 11. The week does not promise to be a busy one, indi cations being for routine business and short sessions inside the chamber, with much preparation for future work in tho committee rooms. Senator Mason probably will open the week with a speech on his reason declaring the sym pathy of this country with the Boers in their war with. Great Britain. There may be other Dnef speeches upon this and other questions, though tbere is a general disposition on the part of sena tors to postpone speechmaking until utter the holidays. An effort likely will be made to com plete tbe reorganization during the present week Tho finance committee may meet to morrow for preliminary consideration of 'the finance bill. The expectation was that this bill will not be taken up in the senate until after tho Christmas holidays. Tho committee on foreign relations will take up the reciprocity treaties on Wednesday. The commit tee on privileges and elections will con sider the contests over senatorial seats in a desultory way, but the real work on these will not begin until Saturday, when opposing counsel will be heard on the Quay case. REPORT ABOUT LOGAN'S DEATH. Allesed the Major Was Shot by One ol Men In Ills Own Command. San Francisco, Dec. 11. According to stories told here by soldiers who have just returned trom tne .f nihppinos on the transport Sheridan, John A. Logan, Jr., may not have met his death at the hands of Filipino sharpshooters, as re ported. Purser George Kappitz of the vessel declares that Logau was shot by one of his own men, and he is supported in his view by others of that transport's crew. The Major, Kappitz asserts, made himself offensive to tho men, and this faeling was heightened bv an incident which occurred ono day at sea, when no saized a soldier's pet dog and threw him overboard. A threat was openly made aud repeated many times that Logau would not last after tho first battle. You.ngstown.O., Dec. 11. Tho family and relative; of Major Logan discredited the story sent out from San Francisco that he was shot by his own mon in battle to redress a lnucied grievance Robert Beutley, administrator of Major Logan's estate, said: "The story is too absurd to beliove. Wo have a copy of tho report of General Otis filed with tho war department that Major Logan was killed by Filipiuoo in battle, and are satisfied it is correct." Mrs. Logau aud her mother, Mrs. O. Y. Andrews, leavo next Wednesday for OorobadorCal., where thoy will await tke remains of Major Logan. ' ' BOY Xmas Outfit GRAND SPECIAL REDUCTIONS ON Suits, Overcoats and Top Coats Men, oys RECEIVED THIS WEEK: 200 Elegant Suits at $6 and upwards 100 Fine Overcoats at ....$. ir 5 and upwards 50 Top Coats at $5.98 and upwards Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoats, at all prices, good values. They can't be beaten at our figures. Under wear, and a fine line of Neckwear just received. Neckwear sold elsewhere at 50c, our special Xmas price 25c Our 75c and SI Neckwear, special Xmas price SOc. Kemember you will find John here at the Big 134 Clothing House HOL.DSTEIN & CO. CHINA ! We are now prepared Ever offered in Akron. China Berry Sets, China Puddin? Sets, China Dinner Sets, China Salad Sets, China Plates, China Cake Plates, China China Comb And hundreds of useful and ornamental pieces, just the thing for a nice CHRISTMAS The Herrick CHINA Threw Vitriol In Woman's Face. Macon, Ga., Dec. 41. W. D. Smith, a white barber, was taken from here to Atlanta to avoid lynching. The offense which so aroused the community against Smith was the throwing of acid into the face of Mrs. S. M. Hillard, his former landlady, blinding her, because she told him his wife, yet there, did not want to tee him. The physicians said Mrs. Hil Jard's sight cannot be preserved and her face will be badly disfigured. Roberts Pleads Not Guilty. Washington, Deo. 11. The consid eration of the case of Mr. Roberts of Utah was resumed behind closed doors by the house investigating committee. Roberts conceded the existence of tne court record wherein ne pleaded guilty of unlawful cohabitation in 13S9 under the FmnndB.Tucker lar- hat Tip pleaded not guilty to the charge of marrying plural wives and living with, them since 1890. He then demurred to the juriodiction of the committee. The Preacher Will Remain. Detroit, Deo. 11. Rev. Lee S. Mc- Collester will remain in Detroit as pastor of the Church of Our "Father (Univer- aalist) and will decline the pastorate tendered him in Worcester, Mass.. which call included an increase of $1,500 in salary. The condition upon wnicnMr. McCollester remains has been complied with, viz. : The clearing of an indebtedness of nearly $20,000 on the Church of Our Father. " j Br. Max Lange Head. New York, Deo. 11. A dispatch to the Staats Zeituug from Berlin said that Dr. Max Lange, the famous Ger man chess master, Theoretician and problemist, was dead at Leipsio. Henry Chapman of Corpus Chnsti, Tex., is dead, and his wife dying at a hospital as the result of gas poisoning at a house on Pleasant street, Boston. Albert Gardner, son of Congressman John J. Gardner, was instantly toltoi at Ksa iiarDor. n. o., uj . ; - train while he was riding a bicycle- Telephone 1882 iDTotice Since the death of K. Gintz, president of the company, it has been de cided to continue the business and B. V. Gintz and Jos. L. Gintz will be in charge. They wis,h to extend thanks to all patrons and hope for a con tinuation of their orders. The Gintz Upholstering Co. IVIi nufao'tura Parlor Suits, Couches, Easy Chairs, Husk and Hair Mattresses. GENERAL. REPAIRING. Telephone 60S. 178 South Howard Street. INTED One-half the cost of makine ment of labor at good wages, by her institutions, is the life of any city. I Why not then, if you drink beer Drink Reimer's,gRrC Lager Beer " And keep the money that you pay for it in circulation at home? Golden Band Bottled Beer, in pints or quarts . . Tel. 30 Now! and Children. CHINA! to show the finest line of China Fruit Sets China Soup Sets. Cups and Saucers, China Celeries, China Chop Plates, and Brush Trays, 'RESENT. & Sons Co. HALL. Do You Forget Those Famous Bootees ? The nicest thing for this kind of weather you eyer saw. Those "that wear 'them know this 'to be a fact. You may realize It by trying a pair. Seethei afc I Shumaker ! &Co's 121 Howard St. Soldier's Death. Josiah High, died at his home in Barberton, Sunday. He recently re turned from the Philippines. Hard ships 'endured there caused his death. He was 25 years of age. Largest Claim. Brewster Brothers sheep claim of $141.50 was largest filed this year. For fine plumbing call on C. Oberlin lor prices. M In the price of EASTMAN CAMERAS Until further notice. One third off for cash. Get one at once and be happy at Jes & Son, 228 South Main Street, Akron, O T rs of ARGUMENT " fceer Is paid for labor. The employ- , I 5 1 i f Ji -i M A -stl il '& fV"""-" jiP.V.Ci$ ' -!ja i Vv - . - j : - jt . ,. ,