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k n-' ' ifl ''v 8 AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1000 MMBMBWMBqMMSMBadMaWMBMWWHWMBWHEwJWMMlWMliBWaMMWMaaMMMWflWWMMMMMi PLANS (&&1&V& McKINLEY i. Fruit Jars, 1 ' I. . I THE WEATHER TUESDAY. Fair. ' -.. " LIGHT WEIGHT Some Gre&i Bargain for Tuesday. You cnn buy the whole Bult for tho price of n separate skirt. Nearly all of them Bilk lined Jackets. At 74.00 Black Venotlan .Suits, lined with mercerized Its!liin,ree- ular price waH $0.60, but wo only have a few, so wo mark thorn $4. At $5.00 Dark Navy Blue Cheviot. Suit, sivtin lined; also heavy Worsted Suits, regular values $10. You can have them for half price $5.00. At fT.UO uarlc JJlue Venetian Suits, silk lined, and tight Grey Homespun; regular prices weru $12 and $15. These aro elegant suits. At $7.50 to $0.50-Plaid Back Suits, dark, red Venetian, black Ohovlots, with .Taokot and Skirt silk lined; regular prices rangod from $15 to, $20, but to niako them go wo havo these vory low prices. PAt $2.85 Light Iweight Tan Jackets, lined throughout; regu lar $1 values, in all sizes. These jackots aro very cheap. At $4.25 each Black and tnn light-weight Jackets, silk lined, reg. iilnr values were ?0, all sizes. At these low prices you cnn well afford to have one. At $5 each Brown, silk lined jackets, In assorted shades, regu lar values were .?", hut we only have a few. so out they go at the same prlro of ?r. At $." each The host walking .skirt in the land. In dark grey, dark blue, and brown, with deep rows of stitching. At .$7.50 each This Is an elegant skirt, well worth $10, In dark grey, browp and tan Venetian, with rais ed stitching around the bottom. At ?S.50 eiieh-Thls Is the walk ing feklrt for stout ladles. II has the flare bottom and comes In all lengths n ml shodes. ISO-152 S. Howard st. For New Edifice To be Erected In Bar berton Next Year. Building Boilers For Steam Ships. Russian; Marine Returned to . His Squad. kin Peaches, PCIF flu Grapes Etc. Fruits of all Kinds. Man Bros. Leading Grocers 301-303 Mill st. Akron, O. Telephone 376. Botxurn Oros. Wholualc and neull Dcaltn in Flour, Feed, Baled Hay, Straw, Grain, Hell Seeds, Lime Cements, Salt, lite. 113.115 S. Main St. Telephone $76', For Sale. Two very fine 'matched teams, standard bred, and five very fine single drivers, ranging from 1150 to 1200 pounds, at j. i. m m she, 1350 South Main Street. ALBERT HALL Becomes the Proporty of the M. O'Mell Company. The Albeit Hall bloekjiu South Main St., has been s'c5ld lyV. O'Nell to the SI Q'Nell companj. The deed fpr the property was tiled Saturday. The block was purchased by ,M, O'NYll (wo jesirs ago. The fimsldcrullou Is $4.1,-IO0. " Wti Tf)' nemocrat,fc won columns. Many Visitors at tho Inn Late Barbertoh NoWs. (Special Correspondence.) Barherton,' ' .Sept.' Ul. Kniiy next spring work-will be .commenced on tho new Catholic church ut the corner of Lake nnd Sixth aves. Plans are now being prepared. The cpst of the church will be $15, 000, nnd It will he tho finest structure In Hnrberton. flee. .Tos. G. Sheffield, rector of St. Augustine's church, stat ed to ii Democrat reporter tlrnt the building would be rifixOO, nnd the prin cipal materials would be pressed brick and terra-eotta. It will have a base ment .and seating capacity of 500. It Is Intended to have It completed by next September. An order, for 32 boilers, to be placed In two of the largest steamships over built In this, country, hns been receUed by the Stirling Holler company. Tho ships aro being built l.v the Great Kastorn Shipbuilding company. The hollers will develop 'J50 horse power each. The ships will bo S10 feet long, 75 feet beam and 01 feet deep. This company hns attained a great reputation us a builder of hollers for steamships. . The Husslnu 'marine, who waH sent I to Akron on an errand Snturday, nnd failed to return In a limited time, was found by Akron police Satuulay after noou and returned to I.leur. M. ltoro. wsky. lie had become tired of this cpuntry and was about to prepare to return to'nussit. He will not bo pun ished. d.eut. ltorowsky nnd four men, who hno beep here a year and a huliv'wlll go to Philadelphia In two weeks nnd then home. The Democrats will hold a meeting hero on September 20. Bverj voter la requested Vo be present and hear Sum mit county's noted lawyer, S. G. Keg els discuss the Issues of the day. At torney O. D. KlJerhnrd will also speak. Glen Albert, aged I months and 27 days, Sou of .Mr. and .Mrs. Win. Seheld ler, of Stirling ave., died Sunday night of hi'iiln foVer. The remains -were re moved to Gullon today where they were Interred. The Columbln Ulieiule.il company has bought a railroad engine lo bo used nM'luscly lor moving freight front one purl of the yaid to another. .Miss .Maggie Gelzen of ('oltimbui, called on Olins, Hull yesterday. .Mr. ami -Mrs. O, U. Melchcror Glove IiiihI, weio tho guests of V, M. l'errott ut the Inn yestmdny. .Misses lltta 10. .MiuhU and Ada Hans, com, and .Messrs, ,1. II, Thrall and 11. W. Alcorn witnessed "Quo Vudls" pro duced ai the opera House In t'levo land, Siitunlny evening, ' 'J'het Ohonii)' dull will organize next month for the winter. .Ml(.s Tllle Alexander of Pittsburg, Is enjojiug n Visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. W A. Johnston, ' 3. Homier of Cleveland, Is visit lug hit brother, Dr. 1. It. Homier. Tho lipw'll'iig. elub will meet tonight to annngu a schedule of games. Mrs. I. C. Clmmllor and children ate home from a visit In Cleveland. Aki'op guests at the luu Sunday wero .Mr. O. C. llarber, Miss Lawson, IOrnest Snyder, Miss rrnnees Older, Chas. W. Cross, Miss Helen Ilrowstor, Mrs. A, A. Hrcwscr, .Mrs. M. O, Stanley, Joe .Tiiih'u and tr, "I"1 MrHi ,,, Al I'IU,0 Mr. ntii Mrs. 11. 1). Kelzer of Shelby, and Mr. (U)d Mrs. W. II, Yost, of lied ferrl, tool; supper at the Inn Inst night. Tel. 1180 Stflr Laundry, The Big Credit Store Wo oall this tho Big Credit Store bocauso the volume of busi ness dono lioro is groator tlian in any similar store in Ohio. From the first wo took tho ground that bolnfj manufacturers of Clothing for 80 hip stores, wo could sell by our liberal credit systom hotter clothing for tho enmo monoy or tho same clothing for less money than tho cash stores. Wo havo struck to that principle and today wo lead all Ohio in tho greatness of our credit business. The Woman's Department claims tho attontlon of every woman today. Men's Fall Clothing Wo are ready to serve you with tho finest Clothing it lias ovor beonour fortune to, look upon. All tho fall stylos, all tho new weaves, 'all tho popular patterns, are hero and every suit that loaves this store this year shall bo a' modol of tho tailor's art. Wo want you to comp and soo our stock first of nil. Wo know wo can plenso you. If you like your clothos made to your measure we have a su perior lino pf samples to select from at pricos ranging from $20 to 40. We mako to order ilnd wo mako to fit, and credit is froely given. Menter,RosenWoom&Co 139 Sduth Howard Street. 0C8X(0?CeMXftyCSX8yCft3 BOTH SIDES. Continued from first page. price of coal low, the minors suffer. The employers complain of the Ingrat itude of the foreign workmen who live In their own country on brend nnd onions. Do they want nil labor to live on biend nnd onions?" CRISIS ' Bolievcd to be Near at Hand In the Wyoming Region. AVilkesbnrre, Pa., Serjt. 2i.-(8pl.)-The strike sltuntlon this morning shows no change In tho Wyoming re gion. The trouble nt Shenandoah on Saturdny made a dc,ep impression on the minors here nnd a number of meet ings were held In the' unions mining towns yesterday. The crisis of the sjiiko Is believed to be reached and this week will decide whether the strikers or operators will whi. Tho Mnennnqua colliery, Hie, only one In this region to he operated Inst week, resumed operation, this morn ing practically full Handed. The col liery Is Isolated, the men seem to have no grievances and the strike lenders have about given up the hope of get. 1 1 m; the men out. The few wnsheiies thnt still contin ue to wmk nre the pnly thorns In the p!h of the Union miners. The switchmen me holding dally confer- Will have a Rifle Shoot Next Thursday, Sept. 27, On Koerber's FNrm. Take Walsh line; faro round trip 10 cents. Everybody Invited. Notice to Union Labor. . . uv LIGHT FLOUR ' 4 Tho only Union Mno Hour In the United States,, JSvnry unok warranted to glvo satisfaction. 1'OH HAM3 HY JOHr RUSSELL 1136 E. Market Street. IWOrdur by potal card, or 'phone 10581, ences as to whether they shnll longer continue lo handle the cars coming to or leaving the. wnM'crics. The chief ofllcer will nrrio here In a day or two and final action will he taken in the matter. FUEL FAMINE May Close Down All Branches of Business. Scranton, Pa., Sept. 2i.-(Spl.)-The beginning of the second week of the strike llnds the situation In this dls trlct practically tho snme ns It was a week ago today when the miners laid down thelr'tools. The only differ ence K the miners have made slight gains In having th'6few Individual col lieries, which continued to work a few flays ''n ft p'r thesVrlke wns called,"' to conic In and slgn'tfte union" dethancf, riming the weiWpnst.'not 'a violent net has ben recorded against the strik ers. ' '1. u " v l " Fuel Is'ns scarce1 in' this city as In New York, or any of the"lnrge cities at a distance 'from' the coal nel(tsl'nnd tholisnnils'of orders' ii re booked which the eoni dealers refuse to (111. The effects or' the strike Is beginning to ho seriously fell by nil branches of business and tho manufacturers aro approaching the point where they must dose their' ofk8 for lack of fuel. On Sntunln, night and up to this morning much apprelienslnn was felt on'neocunt of the teport thnt an effort would he made to operate the Itelle vue colliery of llioj). I, i& AV. Hail road company, and that a collision be tween the Milkers, nnd deputies would occur. A great crowd n on hand tills morning expecting trouble, but at he expected time the whistle did not bow and no attempt wns made to operate the mine. Shenandoah, Pa:, Sept. 21. (8pt.) Hefoio iln.tllglit tile troops weru on themove. No attempt was made by miners to m lo vo'rkthls morning, livery colliery between Mnhniioy City and Ashland, lepivsentlng ir,000-men, Is closed tonight. About U.'JOO troops 1 are mohlllcd here,' A member of tho , tiro company Mild this 'morning that one icavon the troops were luouglit i here It was feaiedtho town would be I llred. Sheriff Toole returned to Pqtts yllle this morning. Tho funeral of Joe ChohiRkl who w;is killed in the I riot Friday, was nttended this mom- Ing by thousands. CONTRIBUTIONS Received For Roliet of Galveston Storm Stricken. J Additional suhciiptlousono the Onl. I vestou relief fund received slnco pat- I uidny amount to .$rir.lii, making tm total received ?2?50.34 The pew sUbsciiptlons nvelvcd urft. as'follqws; lirymi school ! '' '? J.nn I Cash ..,,.,, v . . ;vV.,,i , o0 Mrs. M. Htnkhnixlt, ,,At ' ft.OO Uvcriier compniiy.t.. ,:t., ',.,.... W.Ofi I Allen school ..,,!..,',.'., U.y I West Hill I'onpregntlonni chiirch rt,l'j Oraco Hcformed ichurch. ... 10.3F Has His Hands Full Looking After the Na tional Election And Keeping an Eye Upon the Filipinos That Is the Way the Germans Size up the Situation. Germany May be Compelled to Act Alone. Berlin, Sppt. ai.(8pl.) Annoyance Is felt In official quarters over tho re ply of tho Washington government to Germany's proposal thnt the ringlead er's of the Chinese outrages should be punished by the powers. It Is tho opinion In official circles that Presi dent MoKlnley.'s nttltude has been In fluenced not only by the approaching Election, but' by the Increased serious nes.p of the Philippine situation, since troops were wtlhdrawn from the isl ands for service In China, showlnc that the -United States has Its hands full" there, despite the official attempts to belittle the Insurrection. The refusal of tho United Stntcs to eo-operat In a plan, for the punish ment of 'the (jhlncse wll not, it Is be lieved here, disturb the concert of the powers and the punishment of China will be executed whether the United Stntes assists In it or not. Paris, Sept. 24.-(Spl.)-The Figaro (nys, today .thnt all of the notes of those powers which have not yet re. pjlcdo the Overman note, will probab ly have reservations similar to those contained Id the American reply which mny compel Germany to act alone If she (feslrcs lo carry out her Chinese program. LOST EVERYTHING But Their -Lives In the Texas Floods. Charles Decker, who resides on How cry st. extension, hns received n letter fron his daughter, Mrs. Hoehmo of Seabrook, Te.ns slating that they had lost everythJiig In the recent floods. .Mrs. Hoelune, her husband and four cbl)dreu, bnrely escaped with their lives, nud.tljo wearing npparel they wore at the time. The I.nudwphr Vereln, of which Mr. Decker, Is a member, has tnken n col lection amounting to- $7.00 In cash. The Indies are donating clothing and several boxes will soon be shipped to the slrlckeu family. ' It's foJly in, puffer from that horrible plague of th'o night, Itching piles. Dqnil's Ointment cures, quickly and pernmilently. At any drug store, no eciits. t THIRD POWER. Uncle Sam Has But Two - Superiors In Asiatic Waters And They Are , Friendly to Us. Now York, Sept. 24. -(Spl.)-A Wash ington special to the Journal points out that the augmented fleet of the United States in Asiatic waters makes us 'the 'third power there In strength. Japan" and Great Britain, both exceed ingly friendly to us, nre our only su- iwJflys. Combined with the fleet of cllhor, we hold tho balance of power In tho Eastern crisis: combined with both, Wp wlllho-ln a position to hQld all tho other allies 'at hay. Tile" following shows tho naval strength of Jlhe various nations that are taking u hand in the ChlnehO con trQvmsy; Jqpsn. (Including yellow sea fleet) fU batlleshlpn! 18 cruisers of nil class- Jelly Glasses, Mason Rubbers and II PKaeAHuinn It'aU wi vllllj I1CUIC9 Nnw io tho (.onenn rf tho itour fn r,n,-,,-.i C-..H. ..t m . ww.w.. v, ...wjv-,.. wi ixviiinii nuiij yut- M,. "sp juuius aim proBve8. iau, oa us tor anything in, ?fl that line. GROCERS SUPPLIED AT LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES. 1 The Hcrrick & Sons Co. AsmimsmssmmmsmmmmmsmMWBs J cy -'." gupbonts; rw!l guns. Great Britain, four battleships; 14 cruisers of all classes; 11 gunboats; '".'I mm. United States, two battleships) four cruisers of nil classes 38 gunboats; i I'.'O guns. Total, 12 battleships; nil eruihcrs of ill classes; 74 gunboats; 1,020 guns. Itussla, Germany, France and Italy have a total of 'nine battleships; 28 cruisers c-t all clashes; 11 gunboats, and 400 guns. - - - - - - y Veterans of Spanish War. Washington, Sept. 21. (Spl.)-The Spanish war veterans will hold their second annual encampment in Wash ington beginning tomorrow. General G. Warren Klefer, tho commander in ehlef, and Gen. It. A. Axldie, the nd- jutnnt Roucr.il, aro expected to arrive from Ohio tonight. nejegntesfroni 28 State's, represent Iug-7." camps and 2o,- 000 members, are expected In attendance. r the Dompcrat's want columns. ' Joo J&le to Classify WANTED Five or six men or good boys to work on farm nt good wages. Apply lo Geo. A. Kohcrts, 210 South Howard st. l.'M-13B WANTED-Ghi for second work, who will room' at home. Mrs. Dick, 0110 W. Market ht. 134-130 -AND- a SpecidJL They are leaders in every sense, and combine more real style and positive worth than any shoe over made at that price. Yqu are missing a great opportunity to save money If you do not buy a pair. eo mem in our window,, 121 S.Howard st. SHUMAKER & CO.! Telephone 760. fLfSSSSSSSSSSSSJTSSSSSSSJF, REMOVAL NOTICE TRADING STAMP CO HAS BE MOVED TO- i fe 91 221 Sotlth Howard Street 221 Opp, Cereal Millst. whore we will bo enabled tp carry a larger stock of Green Trading Stamp Premiums thnu Heretofore. W. R. EICHENLAUB, Mgr., 221 South Howard St. vrrrrJcrrffrrrrfTrrrTTTirf t i. JMWWWMftMMMM .i. m.x. unn.noni..,an. i, vv. UAWKtKS. A ArvKUN LUMBER CO. ,.Wholeial nl Retail., I Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings. - LUMBER SOLD IN CAR LOAD LOTS A SPECIALTY. Office, 102T South Main' Street Planing: Mill and Yard, South High Street f t Tel. lo. 201. AViJSWW-'A'Wi' . .VN'-.. ' 'rX Gesundheit !. Health and happiness to you, my friend? You seo how well t look? Don't look as if I were dying, do IV Well, I drink Ilenner's bottled beer and there you are! You can do the same by simply dropping u line to Ucn ucr's, and you'll get the goods nt out door, cheap, too. Is It pine? Well, 1 guess yes. .Delivered In quarts or pints to auy part of tho city. Telephone 30. GEO. J. RENNER A Want -to 3 A case of. Dyspepsia wo can not help quickly and cure pornmnon,tly'.witu DR. FENNER'S DYSPEPSIA CURE. The remedy is a specifio for Dyspopsia iu all its forms nnd is recommended for nothing else; Price $1.00. For sale by J. H. CASf CO,, Druggists, 132 Woostsr Avsnut k? 5& JdJTJill . JT EASTMAN KODAKS.. Greatest Variety Lowest Prices m$Z&2i ,f POCKET KODAKS -.... BROWHIE Also i'remos.ii ocos, jyoiono, viszjuuh iuiu all lmsfc ninkeft of Cameras. Largos t and (1HKI )1S fhVf;nl.,a1lnnl v.WiiK) ti Mtunu vul'vivw v. mU Dbin-ro SUE3E3L.il " PHOTO tn tlje city, VholeBftlo and rotnil. Instruc tions oheorfully given. Use of dark room free, GHo. S. 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