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f- .0 AKRON JAUi!JT DK&JOpllATt TUESDAY, OCTOBER 152, 1901 A SUIT OF ?TJN every cake of Ivory Soap there are J 00 nmiyi fLi-..n.. r i-f. t-it o-r ujiupicic suiiij ui i dressing, put on a the entire body ather. Take the suit off ,will remove with it all the impurities of the body which have been carried to the surface through the pores. Use a pure soap for this. IVORY SOAP WXU PER CENT. PURE. COPTIIQHT "I T THI MOCTIIt MAN Tti Handle Giant Combination. He" Would be Hard to Find. Chas. R. Flint Speaks of World-Wide Trust. ' 'The Trouble Is to Find Men of Capacity. i Ohas. 'R. Flint, one of-the. promoters oft the proposed greater combination of rubber interests, was lccently before the United States Industrial CoiuiuUj elon for examination regarding great industrial combinations. In answer to a question regarding a "world-wide' combination In the rubber Industry. Mr,- Flint replied: '"I do not think such an Idea is prac ticable. Today tho limit of these com x blnatlons Is the finding of men of suf ficient capacity to handle such an ex tended business; and I do not think that such a combination Is within the range of possibilities. If such a com bination existed, It would be immater ial as to whether there was a tariff pr not so far as that industry was concerned. However, It would be ma terial to tho labor interests of tho fcountry." More than over beforo will nutomo bllo shows bo in vogue tho coining winter. Flro manufacturers will . have exhibits at most of them and Ak "ron will bo represented. In this ana other ways is Akron constantly ad vertised. iTho Pennsylvania Rubber Co., at Brio, managed by former Akroulans, ,won a gold medal on its tiro exhibit at tho ' Pan-American Exposition. "Qui n'a sanlo n'a rlon," KWho wants health wants everything," n Kronen provorh. Bo long asmoti will out rage the laws ot health, so long they will neuil medlollio to counteract tlio results ot vice and Ignorance. The old monks, whoso Aim it was to savo men, noiil and body, did a humnno thing when they ransacked tho vegetable kingdom for a blood purlllur. They began' at tho fountain head.'to pre vent disease, wither than to cure. "Bt. Br rnrd Vegetoblo l'llls" have Immortalized them In tho henrts of suffering humanity. NOTED SLEUTH Fatally Shot by ' Criminal. His Assailant Is a Notorious i Pickpocket. Cincinnati, Oct 22. (Spl.)-Early Jlonday morning Detective Cal, Cram was shot through tho body and fatally iwounded "by Danny Foley, n notorious flckpockot, whoni ho was trying to capture. As Cram seized tho criminal from behind, Foley turned, placod his filstol on the, body of Cram and II red wlco. Foley was captured later by two policemen, whom hq kept nt bay till they fired two shots ,at him and then, grnppled with him, Folo'y Is in fall and Cram Is dying In ,a Isospttnl. pram, rondo national remita'tloif Ih his ttfctk In tho Pearl Bryan murdiir case. Ttie'Untfirra Rank IC.jO. T, JI, will Banco Thursday evening, 'bet. 24th, Jn the now Akron .Tent .liall. All former jatrona cordially invited. WHITE. ii-i j, (.ictiniy illicit juciurc suit of Ivory Soap. Cover? from head to foot with1 with tepid water arid you A OHUIII CO, f lClhtl END IN SIGHT. Akron Route Will be Abandoned Before Long. The "Akron Route" will not exist any longer than the Pan-American trade will warrant It. This has been decided on by the railroads interested In tho route of travel, against all the reports that had been circulated to tho contrary. Jt was at flrstf deter mined to keep at least one of tho trains on theline after tho fair was,observed and make the Akron route permanent, but tho latest decision is to abandon it all. The Erie and tho C, A. & 0. have connections at Akron, so -that any through traffic In the direction of Chatauqua may bo taken care of -and it is believed to be policy to, do, siwny with tho regular trains as soon as tho trade decreases further, 1 r Tot Causes Night Alarm. "One night my brother's baby was taken with croup," writes airs. J. 0. Snider of Crittenden Ky. "It seemed It would strangle before we could get a doctor, so we gave It Br. King's New Discovery, which gave quick relief and permanently cured It. Wo always keep It in tho house to protect our children from croup and whooping cough. It cured mo of a chronic bronchial, troublo that no other-remedy would relieve." Infallible for coughs, colds, throat and lung troubles, GOo and $1. Trial bottles free at all drug' gists. AFTER NEW CASTLE LINES. Everett Syndicate Negotiating For Another Property. v It Is tho prevailing feeling among men who are "acquainted with tho electric railway sltuatlou that the Evorott-Mooro Interests will sopn con trol the Mahoning Valley, tjio Struth ers & Lcfwellville and tho New Castle Traction company'3 lines, says tho New Castlo News. Meunwhllo there Is a quiet effort bqlng made, to get farther down the river so ns to con nect with tho Beaver valley lines. Thero is every indication that tljo Everett-Mooro syndicate ."is tho pro-, speotivo purchaser of ,thc New Cnstlo Traction company's system. There nro nlso reasons, tq believe that tho Everett-Moore people are building tho New Cnstlo & Lowellvlllo iinel the I.owollvlllo & Btruthers electric rail way lines. First Trial Removed PIBos. From Geo. 0. Oelck, Owens Mill, Mo.: "Some time ago I bought n packogo of Pyruinhl PJlq euro for iny wife who l)ad pjifi;Qrql .very much Tho first trial did hor'moro good than anything shu hns oyer tried. It Is Just what Is claimed for U for )t ured her completely." For salo by all' druggists. I.tttlo hook, ''Plies. Causpt?nnd' Ouro" mailed free. PyVainld' oilig Oo, Mar shall Mich. --, wt wM .A V W A Place For Club House For John Now York, Oct. 22 Tho club house which John D, Rockefeller Jr., In to present to tho Bible class In tho Fifth Aveuuo Baptist Church, of which ho is the leader, Is to bo ready for occu pancy November 1. Tho building Is a four-story brown stono front located nt No. 15 West Forty-fifth street. It is Mr. Rockefeller's intention to make the club house a. homo for the young men of his class. The library and reading rooms wll be among the ,iuost important features of tho instl- 'tutlon. Tho gymnasium will be lo cated on the top floor. Couldn't Wait For Had to Leave Council Without Speaking. Some New Ruies Gov erning the Body. AH Point Toward Eottcr Order During Meetings. ' The-uncertainty of the City C6uncil was never more apparent than It was Monday night. The lobbies werp tilled with people prepared to accept most anytliing-'from the cutting down of tho Police and Fire departments to tho appointment of a commission to plan n now form of govornmcut for the city, but none other than ordinary affairs were touched. Perhaps the nearest approach to doing soinothlng remarknble was the movement started by Mr. Gnuthler and backed by Mr. Seidell toward an onllmiucc calling on tho Council to meet onco a week, This movement was unpopular nnd speedily passed from consideration. Mayor Doyle, truo to rds-word, vvns on band prepared to say something for tho edification of Council, but be couldn't wait till his turn camo, auu was obliged to leave at U:30, without having had opportunity to express hlui' self. As ho was leaving, he remark ed: "I guess I'll let Council alonp. At this moment I have decided to cancel my announcement nindo n fow days ago that I would attend every meet ing of Council." This said, tho May or left tho room without" ceremony, scarcely observed by the Solons who were then wrestling with tho motion thnt Coiincll meet onco a week. Mr. Walker voted against the motion, but said ho would Introduce ui ordinance at the next meeting providing for weekly sessions. "I knew this mo tion wouldn't puss," bo said. Council didn't adjourn till 10 o'clock. Vice President Mens was in tho chair, pwlug to tho absence of President Koons. When tho session was tlrst convened thero were not enough mem bers present to pass ordinance, but Chief Durkln was tent after more. Ilo soon found Messrs. Foster and Sor rlck lu their seats. During tho meeting tho committee on rules reported, and Its Tcport was referred to the Ordlunnco cohiinlttee. Not many changes In present rules were suggested, but tho lines vvero drawn tighter lu thoso referring to tho conduct of members. According to tho now dispensation no ono will bo entitled to recognition unless ho ad dresses tho chairman as ''Mr.. Pres jdeut," and can say no more until recog ulzcd; no ono shall speak moro than twice upon tho same subject, uuless by special permlosloui committees aro obligated to submit all reports In writ ing; no ordinances or resolutions are (o be passed tho same night, thoy are Intrpduced; nil resolutions providing for Improvements must have attached an estimate' of tho cost b thofyll MAYOR Young Men. Rockefel'er's Bible Class. Tho introduction of the club idea aa a part of religious work was suggest ed, to Mr. Rockefeller by tha somewhat unusual lines' upon which the Fifth Avenuo Baptist; church has conducted Its labors among .voting men. Tlnough various religious publications and letteis to clergymen in other towns tho church hnri made it known to the young men throughout the country that In tho event of their coming to New York they would find friends at the church building on Forty-sixth street. Mr. Rockefeller is having the club house prepared, with a view to the entertainment: of vKltois. Engineer; tho clerk shall glveCouncll men a written report of such pioceed' Ings of previous meetings as partic ularly affect tho Council. It Is also arranged so that Council aud the City Solicitor will be in closer touch, and Dr. Hill suggested that all members who wished to obtain Infor mation to useain argument should visit the City Budding an hour or so prior to the meeting and make such Investi gations ns they deemed necessary. The new rules will nlso call for meetings of committees half an hour beforo the regular meeting. When Buffering from racking cough, t'aUc a dose of Foley's Honey and Tnr. The soreneeS' will' be lelloved nnd a warm, grateful feeling and healing of tho pnrts affected will ho experienced. A. Warner, J. M. Lnacr ami J. Lnmpnrtcr & Co, . .' .. . , v. HOW FOLKS WOULD STARE If Andrew Carnegie should jyj.v off Akron's Indebtedness, put her Ieslihi tois on their backs nnd tell them to try again. 'If John Orethcr should greet his ac quaintances without his customary Finllo. If Art Sluuns would say that light lng Is not e!evntlng and lotlre fom the ring. If Ed. Ten ass should lock up his enmora jnd quit taking pictures. If Uncle .loo Kendall were to open a pavvu shop. ,, If Dr. L. D. S!o!er should announce that he, alsj, intended to inn for Congress. Tho Un loan Hunk K. O. T. M. will daneo Tlui.rday cvon'ng, Oct. 21th, In tho new AU.-oii Tent hall. All founcr patrons coidlnlly Invited. Photography. The photo gallery at 1000 South Main st., fonually occupied by Mr. nrtwaids lias been leased by W. U. Foltss. photcM-npher. who has a galle.y at lxchanze nd, Buckeye 'sts. Tuo rooms lmvo been refurnished w'tli now backgrounds, now ntfccsMircs, otL'., 'and ove:-ylhlng complete for do lng tlrst cl.is work. Prices re.isouatilc. special Inducements for n 3hoit Mm.'. Call .ard o.vuiiliiu our wprl: uul got our prices. SS-SJSS 2$ iSfia&53 The on the et Js the mark that distinguishes the genuine . s Contains no alkali Mide by I iJrJ Asthma Cure Free! Aithmalene Brings Init&nt Relief and Permanent Cure in All Cases. iENT ABSOLUTELY FREE ON RECEIPT OF POSTAL CHAINED FOR TEN There In nothing llko Asthma ene. It brings Instant re lief, even In too worst casw. j It cures when nil clw falls. ' Tho Itev. 0. F. Wells, qt Tlfia nidge, 111., says: "Your trial bottle of Astiiraaleno received Jn good con dition. I cannot tell you how thankful I feel for the good derived from It I was a slave, chained with pu trid sore throat and aathma for ten years. J despaired of ever being cured. I mvr your advertisement for the cure of this dreadful and tormenting disease, asthma, and thought you had or erspoken yournelves, but resolved to give It a trial. To my astonishment the trial acted like a charm. Hend mo a full-size bottle." YEARS WirSwMMi We want to send to every sufferer o. trial treatment of Asthmalene, almllar to tho ono that cured Mr. Well. We'll send It by mall POST PAID, ABSOLUTELY FKEH OF CHAUOE, to any sufTerer who will write for It, oven on a postal. Nover mind, though you are. despairing, however bud your Case. Asthmalone will relieve and cure. The worse your case, the more glad we nro to send It. Do not delay. Write at once, addressing DB. TAFT BltOH-' MEDICINE CO., 70 Eat 130th st, N. Y. City. Sold by All Druggists. Jmm&MM The Largest Millinery Establishment In Akron. h Branch Store, Mansilcld, O. Both Fbonea, 706. A 124 SOUTH IVIAIbM ST. ? J Look Commencing Friday I Will put on GOLD CROWNS, 22 k. Plata, 30 (iauge liold, none better, for, each , We will forfeit $100 that is not 22 k. The Reliable Home Dentists . 1 80S. Main St., Akron. Tel. 1823 DR.W. M. CHAPMAN, Manager Over First National Bank, Barberton, Ohio. n. i ji iii ita l. m tM fc r.&. j.. J i&U f'ti&m "-an:- VIxH' Both Phones 314 REIEMBER Thnt. ED. SPALDIMS. Pie SPALDING Teople's 'Phono 7ftl. 838 wr-3 ww t'f j- -"V'VTTT" PiACE YQl;WANT A GAS. IHiH IfffliBBBI mmmfmmwBmm ikWlWfMWiMm mmm$mmmmmSL 'mmmpmmm&wgm mmmmmmmm mmmmmmwmmm P0UCH0T. HUNSICK y rJM Mjf triaS&t oIuJph SPECIAL SALE OF- Fine Trimmed Hats Wednesday and Thursday Oct. 23 and 24 Black velvet made hats, trimmed in ostrich tips, silk, breasts and ornaments, regular T -5 (Q 15.00 value, for two days j) j y Q Our children's special hat, regular f 1.00 value, at 49C Special Drive 1 FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Morning, October 18 S3.O0 for each and every one Plate and 30 gauge aa m HEATING STOVE Is n convenience In wintry sveather, when heater fires go out, or rooms are, for any reason, chilly.' In the dlunng-room, bath room or reception-room, where demand for constant heat is required. A Gas Radiator or Cylinder Gas Stove Is Invaluable. Just a match and the tuin of a valve, and n good lire mates the room pleasantly warm In five minutes. Turn oh the heat when you chooso. Many Sizes of both kinds at moderate prices, Bee our coal heating and cooking Moves If you aro contemplating a purchase, wo can save you money. EB & CO. 218-220 South Main Street. in nridir.Kin to our Burner blislnesi We do Gas Flttlnfr and carry a full lino of Gas Stoves, Fixtures, Chandeliers, Globes, Mantles, etc. HAElEVnOMAW. BURNER CO. S. Howard Strpet 'Twixt the Glass and the Lip thero will be no delay wben tho glass contains our beer, with Its rich, palat able flavor. It Is pure beer, tho only beer you should drink, and there is no exception to Its purity or Us at tractive qualities. It's a good bepr t6 havo In tin house. THE GEO. J. RENNER BREWING COMPANY Akron, O, ADS. IN THE DEMOCRAT The Security Savings Bank Co. 620 S. IVItalri St. Open for business Oct. 1, 1901. Interest pnid on Time and Savings AccountB. Your bus iness earnestly solicited. People's Phone . . . 1400 IkP Chapped rfands Rough Skin Crab Apple Cream Heals chaps, softens roughness, and leaves the skin soft nnd clear. Price 25 cents. E. C. DAVIS Itortb Zal Pharmacy 51 H North Howard Street Try a Sack of Spring Wheat White Satin- Flour None Better JFas.T. Diehm 402 East Exchange St. Phone 220. INSURE IN THE OLD CANADA LSFE Established In 1847. Largest dividend paying com pany on account of economic cal management F. B. Carr, State A$ft D. M. Collins, Dis't Agt ir kWL ee-MuciLAOfr. Paste xo SeaunoWax For sale by Stationers. John Backe 1T5 S. Main st, The celebrated Anhauser Btuch Beer, on draught. Also in bottles for family use and the choicest brands of old whiskies, direct from the bonded warehouses. Imported and domestic cigars, wines, ales and porters. I ! "Xathsteller" Now Ready to Serve Ladies and Gentlemen at All Hours. Order Cooking from 6 A. M. to Mldnlgh OUR CUISINE THE BEST OUR PRICES REASONABLE Imported Wines, Liquors and Clgira DETTLING &BUEHRLE, Props. 317 8. Howird St, Akmn 0. 218 S. Main St wnl 0,l u CHAS. AUSTOW Wholesale Liquor DeoJwr, The bit 'Wblikr lold la boneL aad 11 klndi f Lrlqnor for AM JoU. L H0STER BREWING CO. Of Colambaj, breweri of high gtJ BOTTLED BEER FOR FAMTLT DS&. Importer! of California d Ohio yflnn. LowMt prtoo. SeUvete4 U ony point of th cfty. Uoth Tlihongi 858. Bottle Bepanment CM. For Practical and Scientific Horse shoeing go to Rich The Horse Shoer v ziv Litum si. People's Phone 1059 Telling the Truth When we tell you that our bet-! tied beer is made from the choicest New York and Washington stato hops combined with the best Min nesota barley and tho purest wa ter, we aro telling you the plain, unvarnished truth. These combinations In an up-to-date brewery are bound to make good beer. We cater to the fctnlly trade and Just want you to. try n caso from us, tho rest will be easy, Burkhardt's Brewery, Brewers of High Grade Beer IWBotli Plionos 259. TItV THE DBMOOKArg UNCI; .COLUMNS. , . fctft. i i a : rrr ,iimT2mMt ) !!& ?