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"XIJcHSST' FW tp.xmff ir r .-.-, Jo.-,-.,-- cVflwun' 'j 7 '77'iix,'""'',"r"',i'5r I Pianos I For iXmas. Comp with your monoy and soo what you can do. Fino Pianos, now and clean, $105 to $800. Only complete stock of Uprights and Grands in the city. Threo second-hand Pianos cheap. Monoy talks. Latest improved Piano Player. WALSH BLOCK, Wlaln Street. EK5HEHI Wo believe in policy in all things, and when wo say that wo will givo you our profit rather than to carry our goods from ouo season to another wo mean to do just as wo say. Our fall season is virtually over, and our next effort is to clear tho tables. Our woolens aro all this sea son's styles. Our stock consists of the best makes of foreign and domestic goods. Qivo us a call and wo will savo you money. Tho Tailor, I7E5 S. Howard at. Christmas and New Years Excursion tickots via Erie R. It., Deo. 23. 21. 25. BO. 81 and Jan. 1. Rood returning until Jan. 2. Got tickets nnn all Information of w. E. Langdon, tlokot agent. No. 18 will run dally to Jan. 2, Inclusive. Holiday Excursions Via Erio R. R. to Buffalo, Pittsburg, Cincinnati, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Chicago and intermediate points, Dec. 23, 24, 25, 30, 81 and Jan. 1, good until Jan. 2. See W. E. Langdon, agent, for particulars. Christmas and Now Year Holiday Excur sions via P. & W. R'y. Very low rates Dec. 23, 24,25,30 and 31, and Jan. 1. Tickets good re turning until Jan 2. Inclusive. AGREEMENT Between City and Manufacturerers Improvement Forge Street. The agreement between tho City of Akron and Robinson Bros. & Co. and Georgo J. Renncr is that Bobin- son Bros. & Co. pay 83 per cent of the oosfc of improving a portion of North Forgo st. and George .1. Ren ncr 15 por -cent. Work of making the improvement will begin soon. A pair of hlioes or slippers makes a desirable and sensible Xinns pros- em. U,A,UUijl.UWAri """-J-ftTmirl'fcTiairtflf tut Now is your time to make your selections of a Fiano, Organ or Muslo Box. Our assortment NEVER was better. Our prices never lower. Our terms are made J satisfactory. We Invite you to call and look through our stock before buying, for seeing Is be lieving. Open every evening. Tho Oompony, W.K. RANDALL, Manager 132 South Howard st. wJ : Mi W'1 Pianos For 8. Dreliers Si -tvr-ks.itSyiMKC .A't ..-.i-i--f ; ..-UWiAiW. SHORT SESSION. Council Had Little Busi ness to do. Pay Ordinance Was Passed Petitions and Complaints. On Monday night City Counoll was In session but 20 minutes. The next mooting will be held January 2. Ordinance to pay claims audited DecomberlS. Passed. Claims were t Ohas. H. Isboll ot alj pay roll city officers, 2,187.89; John Crisp, pay roll street department, $507.85) M. J, Ilalllnan ot al., pay roll Englneor department, $474.45; H. H. Harrison, pay roll special police, $87.60; W. J. Hurlbnrt, dentistry, for horses, $5; Akron Rural Cemetery association, street sprinkling, $32.50; Frank O. Weary, drawings for patrol station, $35; Bryan Bill Posting company rebato of license fee, $30. Mr. Paul 'suggested that Council members and tho City Commission ers attend in n body the Municipal Code meeting to be held at the Grand Opora illouso December 27. Al though no action was taken, this will likely bo dono. Cblof-of-Poltce Harrison com plained about the water dropping from tho roof ot old Columbia hall into tho middle of the sidewalk. Mr McMlllen said the roof would bo fixed. Tho Strcot Committee reported favorable to grading Cuyahoga st. Ordlnanco Committee asked for time in tho mattor of ordinances providing for tho beating of Btrcet cars and provont spitting lu street cars. ' Petitions. Mr. Brady Citizens on Wooster ave. complain about the muddy con dition of the stroot. Mr. Markle Watering trough cor ner Caso ave. and Market st., in bad condition. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will cure throat and lung trouble without fail. For grippe, Influenza and a' deep seated cough or cold, It Is the best remedy plfercd to tho public. Tho doses are small and a bottle costs only 25c. 18 FINE ART Displayed In a New Clay Product. An Akron Inventor Will Manufacture It Ornamental Ware. Ornamental ware, equal to tho fln- cbt manufactured in tho United States, will soou bo placed on tho market by on Akron Inventor. L. K. Force of the Akron Stone ware company has been conducting a serlos of experiments for some time past. Ho has now perfected a clay product similar to that of the fam ous Rockwood plant near Cincinnati. It Is of a rich brown color and Is or namented with hand painted de signs. Noxt year It will be manufac tured for the (lno art trade. 1th LOCAL APPLICATIONS, a. tury can not reach tho slat ot the rllsenac. Catarrh is ii iiioouorconHmuupnai disease-, una in order tn. Hire It ou must tako Internal remedies. UhII's Cutairb Curo Is tnken IlltArnilllv. (mil not. rllrnotlv tn ttia hlnn.l nntl iiiuemin sarlncr. IIhU's Catarrh Cure is nut uiuiul'k meuicine, jivvaa pic.crioea liy imo ot tho tiest physician. In this coun try forbears, nwl Is a recular rtregcrliitlnn. ills composed of tho best tonics known, combined with tho best blood purifiers, act inic directly nnthe mucous surfaces. Ubo perfect combinntlpn of tha tiro Ingredients Is what produces such wondorful results In curing Catarrh. Hend for testimonial., free. I..I.UH1.1NU1 a. uj., lvops., ioieao,u Hold liy druggists, price 75c. Hall's l'nmlly Pills aro tho best. INSANE From the Effects of His Injuries. It Is Believed Jay Sherbondy Will Recover Skull Fractured. Jay Sherbondy is temporarily in sane as a result ot Injuries received during the storm last Tuesday. He was struck on the head by a falllngllmb, his skull being fractured at tho base ot tba brain. After being taken to his home on Wooster av. he became unconscious, It was believed that he could not recover. The attending phy sicians, however, are now hopeful of his llfo being saved and the pomplete restoration of his reason. To Curo a Cold In 0ns Pay Tako Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab; lets. All druggists refund tho money If it fails to cure. B. W. Drove's signature is on each box. 25o. VANTRnAtnnrAa rellahla lte In.np. nnceiuana. genera! ngear. Address, W. 11. uamwin, supi., ursqa uoiei, new York. 208-JJO . 1.1 t-HwwAt'v 7"IrW.iwSftis'- .. j',ft AKRON DAILY DE1CO0RAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19 WHSSBKSHS SS- S-aMEHHBH KELLY Was, Afler All, Loser In the Free-for All Fight. Although James Kelly and Frod Boehman mixed things lively in a fight in tho South High st. house Sunday night, arid honors were oqually divided, Mayor Young's dcclstou Tuesday morning was thai Kolly bear nil tho expenses of tho fight $5 and costs by reason of his having struck tho first blow. Mike Pendergrast, for intoxication was fined $5 and costs. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup It the taltit ind surest curo for those dangerous af fections of the little ones croup, whooping cough and mcaBlo cough, rhysiclans prescribo it, children like it and doses aro small. Prlco 25o. 17 TWINS Born to Woman With a Band ol Gypsies. Gypsies hovo been in camp near Sherman for tho past week on a lot known as Collarbone Square One of the womon Increased the band by giving birth to twins. The babies and their mother are strong and nappy. Not a Surprlto. It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familiar with tho good qualities of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, to know that people ovory whero take pleasure in relating their oxperienco in the use ot that iplen did medicine and In telling of the benefit they have received from it, of bad colds it has cured, ot threat ened attaoks of pneumonia It has avorted and of tho children It has saved from attacks of croup and whooping cough. It Is a grand, good modlclno. For salo by all druggists. E. Steinbacher & Co., wholesale agents. Beats Changed. Chief of Police Harrison on Mon day made the following changes in officers' beats and assigned the new ofllcers to places: Veon and NlohO' las, West Market st. ; S. France and Welch, West Exchange; Murray andBrunor, Sixth ward; Mlokelaon, Old Forgo; McConnoll and Cogswell, East Mill St.; Duffy, with regular officer on North Howard St., from 2 p.m. to 12; I. France on Howard, be tween Mill and Market, from 3 p.m to 12. The three officers last named will remain on the beats stated mv til of tor Jan. 1. A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. Twenty-live Yean' Constant Uso Without a Failure. Tho first indication of croup is hoarseness, nnd in a child subjeot to that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an at' tack. Following this hoarseness Is a peculiar rough cough. If Cham- berlaln's Cough Remedy is given bb soou as tho child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, It will prevent tho attack. It is usod in many thousands of homes in this broad land and never disappoints the anxious mothers. Wo have yot to learn a single instance In which It has not proved effectual. No othor preparation can show suoh a record twenty-flvo years' constant use without a failure. For sale by all druggists. E, Steinbacher A Co,, wholesale agents. Wind Mill Wrecked. During the eevoro storm last week a wind mill on tho farm of Charles Foster at Inland, was blown down The best of all PUls are Bbkojiam's Our shoo store Is open oveiv eveip ing. C.A. HOLLOWAY. A Useful Clulitmaj Proisnt. A good Sewing Machine. Win, Lenhnrt-s- Co., 25U West Mnrjtot St. sell all kinds. At The Grand. Mr. David Belasoo's-Jatcst popular critical success as a dramatist will bo glvon its first and only perfor mance in this city, Thursday even' Ing, Dec. 21, at the Grand, when our playgoers will have an opportunity to Judge for themselves whether there is any exaggeration in the liberal praise so universally bestowed upon Us performance elsewhere. "Tho Hoart of Maryland" is cleanly in expression, the characters aro typical of the living humanity that forms our social surroundings, and tho themo ot the story over reaches tho modesty ot naturo, nor is the story itself either in incident or action othor than probable. Will Build. John Cox ot Sherman has pur chased a lot In Barberton, He will build a One residence there. Starved to Death. A horse, owned by John Hart of this city, wandered into a swamp on the Baker farm at Stow hut week. It was several days before the animal was fouud. It bad dlod of starvation, ufti'V'. i w.,e,"Jaft-.'atA,. Special Xmas Coupon Offer 8 By presenting this coupon to us we will sell you Any of our (6.60 Umbrellas for 5.00 ' Any of our 5.00 Umbrellas for 3 00 Any of our $8.00 Umbrellas for 2.D0 Any of our J2.50 Mufflers for 2.00 Any of our 12.00 Mufflers for N.G0 Any of our $1.50 Mufflors for 1.00 Any Tio in the house for 60c. X off on Mackintoshes H oft on any Man's Suit or Overcoat ' 1-5 oir on any Hat In tho house. A LARGE LINE . . . OF . . . SHIRTS UNDERWEAR KIQIIT ROBES GLOVES SILK SOCKS I SILK SUSPENDERS LINK CUFF BUTTONS SCARF PINS COLLARS and CUFFS SWEATERS And everything imag inable in the Gents' Fur nishing Goods line. the: 3 ONE-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Ferbstein's Old Stand. WI.Wt CARPENTERS Elected Officers Monday Night NJJvv Members Initiated. Tho Carpenters' union, No. 81, electod ofllcers Monday night as fol lows: President, O. M. Dlller; vice president, F. P. Mooro; recording secretary, A', Swlnohart; financial secretary, B. TSber; treasurer, S. L. WalVup; conductor, E. Becbard; warden, A. EVMIlls; trusteo, Austin Hsckenborger; auditing committee, F. J, Sender; delegates to the O. L. U Austin" Habkenberg nnd F. P, Moore. These dfllcWs wlllbe installed Jan. 1, 1000. Ten now members were ini tiated Monday evening nnd others will bo recolyed wlthlna fow weeks. -AT THE- Men's, Boys', Womens, Misses', Childs', Youths' IN ENDLESS VARIETIES This store is just the right place to purchase a Christmas gift at a small cost, SEE OUR DISPLAY Wo aro closing out tho best line of men's $6 shoos on earth at $4.50 a pair. Tho name DORSOH on a shoo means porfoction and tho best. Ask to see them. Nick Hnoer, Receiver 132 South Main st. etfRoVamnt' and Rubber heels a specialty. Slipper I H i (v 1 n 1 11 11 ,.lffi4-fe4V-fr-. , .. .1 wW,.i,h--,Ta-fr - BURGLARIZED A Dry Goods Store at Grccntown Monday Night. At a lato hour Monday night tho dry goods store of Shanafolt A Co. of Greentown was broken Into and ten pairs of corduroy pants, six pairs of woolen pants, 7 pairs of shoes, a lot of buckskin gloves, handkerchiefs and other bmall articles, beitdo (20 cash, were stolen. It Is thought tho stolon property was taken In n, wngou to tho railroad station, from there tho thieves going north on a hand car. Chief of Police Harrison was noti fied of tho robbery Tuesday morning. Those little Bed Shoes are beau ties. C. A. HOLLOWAY PERSONAL AND SOCIAL. Dr. Francis T. Mcran, pasior of St. Mary's church, delivered an ad dress on "Temperance" at the Church of the Immaculate ConcoptlonJ Voungstown, Sunday. Miss May Latham, of East Tall madgo avenue, entertained the Bon ton Pedro club at lior home Monday ovenlng. Tho guests had nn on Joyablo time. A One lunch was served. Geo. U. Marvin of Columbus is calling on Akron friends today. J. J. Henry, train-master of tho C, A, & C. has moved his family to Akron. They are located at 141 Carroll st. William Bchroedcr, 127 North Summit ct., is ill with the grip. Summit county people registered at Cloveland hotels ycstoiday were: Hollenden C. H. Howcr; Still man M. C.Cook; Colonial Mr. and Mis. 8. G. Sogers; Forest City 13. F. Pflupger, Wm. 1 Pfolltcr, Judge and Mrs. C. B. Grant, L". I). Hill, nil of Akron, Mr. and Mrs. J. AV. Blder of Now Portage; Wcddoll G. H. Hullttof Akron; Chas. S. Johnston of Barberton. Miss Mnudo Baringer, of 124 James st., has returned to her home. She has hold a stenographic position in Albany, N. Y. Mrs. 1j. M. Heaton, at her home, 180 North Forge st., will on New Year's night tender a reception to tho pupils In her music class. A progtam of muslo and song will bo executed, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Krohn, of Mn toon, 111., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Tucker, 211 Carroll Bt. C. E. Humphrey, Ksq., left Mon day evening for Chicago and Kansas City, on business connected with patents. For Holiday Slippers, all styles, kinds, sizes and prices, call ou C. A. HOLLOWAY. AUDACIOUS CUNNING. DR. LEYDSAND THE SECRET SERVICE OF THE TRANSVAAL -' llovr Krneer'n Wllr UarnpnAs( Hobnobs 'With llo-rnlt)- statc-siuen nnil NeiTBpnpcru Said to lie Subal dlied, ISpeclal Correspondence Cape Tow.v, Nov. 18 The Boers are not diplomats as Europe understands tho term, but they aro piofound scbera rrs. All sorts of stories aro la circula tion throughout South Africa, some of which find their way Into pilot In ap parently authentic form. Dr. W. J. Leyds, the European agent ot tho Transvaal, Is said to bo the champion plotter of tho century. Probably not ono In ten of the things credited to blm hns any foundation In fact, but any thing mysterious about this wonderful man finds ready credence. Ho lecclves from tho Transvaal government some thing like JSO.OOO a year, and what bo does with it causes no CDd of guess ing. It Is not in the Boer nature to give something for nothing, and the plausible doctor undoubtedly puts much of bis alleged salary where it will do tho most good. It Is said that somo of tho most prominent newspapers of Englnnd, Franco and Germany arc subsidized uy -' pitiw, j. inyns. the Transvaal government, and Dr. Lvyds has repeatedly obtained audi ence with European rulers not ap parently warranted by his own Impor tance or tho Importance of Kruger's republic. It Is alleged that Dr. Lejds has had the tacit support of General Maey In many vlta matters. He ap proached Lisbon over and otcr again, with a view to get Delagoa bay ceded to tho Transvaal; put, In spite of enor mous deficits Intbo rorol budget, Portu gal did not sco fit to jjtil.1. Dr. Lcyds Is 4Q years old. Ife was born In Jais, where his father was a teacher. The elder Lcyds was not sat ItUed with Java Instruction, lion ever, and cent blm to Holland, the land of his own nativity, for education. In fccbool bo displayed rcmaikablo aptl- moo ana w&qe pis way QMCKiy ..H,.iiW jfrrVrT-.it..-.. ,,-... DAUE BROS, i CO, Only FOUR Days Now Until tho Holiday soiling will bo at an end, and yot theso fow days aro tho days of greatest activity, tho four days when folks will bo pushing and jamming and taking away tho Holiday goods. Wo haVo made wonderful prepara tions to sorvo you to tho best advantage possible. Goods aro arranged as conveniently as wo can arrange them. An extra force of sales people aro on hand to wait upon you and wo havo just tho articles to delight tho husband, tho wife, tho daughter, tho son, tho brother, tho sister, tho friend, tho baby, tho whoever it may bo. Corno in, don't wait for another invitation. Como in the forenoons if possible. Inducements aro offered in Jackets, Capes and Furs. Dress Goods and Silks S'ite 'i'0...'; t " J wV J Mil IUUI days in tho year, and wo have very desirable materials in blacks and colors. Our Kid ClfiVP tnrlr Is a 3Uro will"or. for wo have iUU UlUYC vMULtt. gloves of known merit and we guarantee nono better. Sterling Silver Novelties In Thousands of articles at 25c Handkerchiefs without limit, through all the Junior classes. Before reaching the age of 10 ha reused tho final examination In the go crauieut College of Preceptors. He then tools hli degreo as doctor of philosophy, which accounts for tho tltlo by which ho Is universally known. Tho young man studied law at Am sterdam uulvemlty, where be rrnduat cd In 1SS4, the year In which Mr. Kro ger first visited Uoropc as president of the South Afrlcau Ilepubllc When In Holland. Mr. Kruger offered tho at torney generalship of his republic to Professor Moltzer of Amsterdaii, who declined, but iccommended Lcyds, and the latter soon found himself Installed as tho legal light of tho Transvaal and Its' people. In 1SSS I.ojds was pro moted to the state secretaryship, an office of which thp holder Is elected ev ery four years by 'the volksra.id. After the expiration of his second term In 1600 he w.ib sent abroad as Duropcan representative. Tho secret service of the Transvaal Is an extensive affair, and to Its thor oughness Is due the foreknowledge which headed oft the Jameson raid and succeeded for years In foiling ev ery scheme of the ultlanders. In fact. It looks as If tho Innermost secrets of tho British ministry had been made known to tho Boer leaders through fome ngency not yet Identified. In the Boer scciet service there are of course many employees, and tho system of shadowing and counter shadowing Is elaborate nnd efficient Every agent receives his pay thiough an Interme diary channel, so that no traitor could possibly disclose anything beyond his own personal opinions. It Is not nn easy thing to become a Tiansvaal secret agent. Tho ante cedents of each applicant are carefully looked up and his motives and ambi tions Investigated. If accepted, ho is put at work ou probation for nine months, during which tlmo be is care fully watched. Ills salary ranges from 3 to flO a week, with a contingent bonus at the explratjon of his term. If satisfactory reports aro sent to head quarters regarding his trustworthi ness and abilities, the novice, at the completion of tho nine months, Is sworn to secrecy and acquainted with the moro Important branches of the service. Ho Is then engaged for a period of two years at a monthly sal ary of from f3o to 50, with all travel ing expenses. If be has to make long Journeys to tho continent or olscwhere, tho salary is considerably Increased. The Transvaal recognizes the value of Incidental expenses In connection with secret servlco work, and the manner in which the secret agents get rid of money In European capitals would be a revelation to tho simple Boers who con stitute the backbone of tho republic. However, It Is not In Boer nature to criticise tho means If the ends are sat isfactory. Cecil Hott. HE WASHED DISHES. The Hard Job One llor Hud All tb "Wny to Europe. The girls who have complalaed In various keys because they had dishes to wash may be glad to hear of a young man who can look at the mat' ter through their eyes, perhaps more so. Ho had shipped as "boy" on a,cat' tie steamer for Uuropa because he wanted to save as much as possible oa Lis tinnsportntlon, andr-but the rest ot the story sounds better In bis own words; "About 4.30 In tho morning I was awakened and told to go to work. I hastily dressed, for the first and last time on board, for during the rest of the voj age I took care not to undress. ItEeemed scarcely worth while. I ar rived on deck and found tho steward waiting for me. He showed me Into the pantry, Introduced mo to 'Pants,' as tho pantryman was called, and told me that my chief duty during the voy age would be to wash dishes. "Time was already a largo pile of dirty dishes waiting to bo washed, and 1 rolled up my sleeves, fixed tho hot water nnd began to work, I bad theso almost dono when another and larger lot was bi ought In fioni the dining room. This proved to be tho daily pro giaiumc. I no sooner had one pile washed than others were hi ought In, and 1 was never douc. I don't think I ever saw so many dishes before In my life, and I hope I never shall again. Thero were CO passengers aboard be sides tho cattlemen, nnd six media were served each day. From tho dishes that came out to bo washed, I think that each passenser must bRre "M- endless variety. and 50c. 5c up. laa ruo-rioc. ro-E.-ot, r-rstcrlfjoni, rucy Ar:lctinctiirice&e lo ilie Now Drug S-toro At 3o. II3I S. Mils lt..Ttl. I37J U0SS BALYEAT, Proprietor HBlSi And Must Sell "Facts Arc Stubborn Things." Our prices and grades of Lumber, Shlnzles, Lath, fansh, Doors, etc., are the Lowostand Boot Vo Invito your inspection. Tele phono 274. WILSON LUMBER CO. 8S0 S. Main st., opp. Market House. TRIERISHER HOF, nl. Wrl!M, Prop. I.'o. 5)1 South Mala street. Headquarters lit German Lanlweorvereln. Domestic and Imported "Wines, Liquors and Clears. A. Jf. Frioss DEALIR CT Imported & Domestic Wines 611 SOUTH MAIN ST., AKROIf. Recommended by physicians for medical and table use. used at least six plates at a mc.il." Detrolt Free Press. Destroying the Io!nt. Every ono knows tho man who Is notorious for so telling a story as to destroy Its polut An English noble man, Lord P., was noted for his suc cess In thus ruining the prosperity ot a story. Tho author of "Collections and Recollections" exhibits a specimen of his lordship's peculiar art. Thirty years ago two largo houses were built at Albert Gate, London, the slzo and cost of which seemed likely to prohibit tenants froqt hiring them. A wag christened tbem "JIalta and Gib raltar because they can never be taken." Lord P. thought this an excellent Joke and ran round the town, saying to every filend he met: "I say, do you know w hat they call those houses at "Albert flite? They call them Malta nnd Gibraltar because they can never let them. Isn't It aw fully good?" Some ono told Lord P. tho old rid dle, "Why was tho elephant tho last anlnml to get Into tho nrk?" to which the answer Is, "Because he had to pack his trunk." Lord P. asked the riddle of the next .friend he met and gave as tho answer, "Because he had to pack his portman teau." LOVE ON THE FARM. X pottto irist on a raiilv Aad sought sa colon lied. "Ttit'i tie lor mo," olrferred tli squish, And oil tho bi.u turned red. "Go away," tie onion, weiplnf', crlcdj "cr loro I cannot bet Tlie pumpbln lis jour Hvitil pride, ou cantaloupe wits me." But onaard still the tutcr caroa And laid down at her feet) 'Toil cauliflower by any Mm. And It iU smell as wheat; ' And I, too, am an early rose. And ou I've come to see. So don't turn t.p our lovely nose. Sut iplnacltat with me!" 'I do not carrot all to wed, f So ga. air, if ou please," The modeit onion meekly said, "And leltiic-, pray, havo peast Go think tliat )ou ha,o never aeea Uyself or entailed my ilgh, Too Jonr a maiden 1 have been For favors iu your eyel" "Ah, spare a cusal" the tuber prsed. "My cherr llicd bride you'll be, Tou are the only weeping maid That's currsut now with rati"1 And ss the wily ttber spokt He caught her by surprise And, giving her so artichoke, Devoured her with tie cyra. bt. Louis nepubUe, Ylie Snlmon, When a young ralmon Is first batch ed, it is known as a parr. Jnit befors It leaves the fresh for the salt wator it Is called a smoit When It first rev turns to spawn, It becomes a grille, and not until It has spawned Is it en titled to bo dignified by tho name of salmon.