AKROtf t)AtLYM DEMOCRAT
FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, 1003 1
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THE AKRON Pi
PUBLISHED BY THE
FRIDAY, SEPTf i
(Aniorrov night only, tho talented
ting German, comedienne,
t'letty, dainty dimming.
tlio new comedy. "A Stnndnrd At-
THE WRATmW l'lay of tho Pennsylvania oil
p ii n try.
'Somcdimo dcr clouds vlll blow
ny und dcr sunlight vlll come oud
fenln-maype." LENA SNYDER.
Prices 23, 35 nnd 50c.
Seats now on sale.
' Mark Hnnna has broken out apnl:
ffhls time ha. Is after tho clergy.
Y,ivnmn ro wroucht un at tho rece;
Btntcmont of tho Reverend Herbert
Blgelow to tho effect that whether
a man robs tho public llttlo or much
(ipnomla entirely on whether he i
sent to the United States Senate or to
tiin nonltentlarv. that he has be
r . ,
calling on soiuo one to hold him from
punishing this rovcrend delinquent,
Monday evening, Sept. 15,
MR. WM. A, BRADY'S
nonuotisly successful production,
and- threatens to tako the hldo ofl ho Clyde Fitch piny that delights the
hlni-figurntlvely speaking, when ft "' f" "18l" "irir elders. A fine
, lst nn'1 scenic equipment.
bpens his campaign,
It will be noticed that Mr. Blgehv
did not mention Mark Ilanna's narai
in the statement referred to. And ye
tho coat seems to fit the Senator!,
well that he puts it right on, andFjs
slats that the -words used were of ntM
It Is suggestive of the foico .of jUj
reverend's remark that a couclusjo-j
hnnlil he so hotly lenehcd that!
nnnl TTnnnn. nnd that Htiunn 111 mi
Bhould so readily t-ecognlzo hlmselfja
the target aimed at, and It seems, hf
We tako the liberty of advising S
ntor Ilanna that ho had bottorfui
engage beforehand to nrguo wlthjM
Blgelow tills question of how differed
,-wardcd jn those dajs, unless
Starts on Trip
Will Inspect the Military
Heats on sale.
WILCOX TANSY PILLS
rorJOyjun tlio only nnfe nnd rellnMo F.
S"'lnidot'1- Al rtrugglntii, or bj mall,
"woinnn's Suite aunrU for lOe. Addrma
Inch cnrllcr, but tho bloom Is
nnll. Mrs. Gaylord btuted that tho
lots of the Cosmos nro small
nd it potted can bo kept In bloom
ntll tliq holidays. Mr. Crawfoid
links thut for early blooming they
liould bo set In very firm giounil.
On oiclmnlB Mr. PIcico stnted that
10 apple crop Is good, nnd at present
iq fruit is n drug on the inniltet. He
liltiks Inter vnriutieH will find better
ie. Apillcs are of fine quality nnd
i eg from marks of insects.
Report on oiiloinolozv. In- Mr. Rnlif-
kinds jof robbery are punished orjrlnji0 wml,i sllim. th rubbish
u tho garden nnd orchnrd as fnst as it
nrfnnrrxl io cntch hold of tho vcryiWccumulatPrt nnd destroy by binning,
, u.i-i ,.i.r iriu niiviMA1''" nH fnst nH benus ripen destroy the
UU OL U twufva. VU - "-..- )CH( l)I118ll nI1(1 )npl0l vncS( tlipl.eby
liau Dcucr counsel uioir umui -"j
nnswer,1 Just as bJs attorneys dldTtt
fitnesses in a certain matter In wU
. . ... ... ul
Ills Utlo to n aeai in inia sujuo r
kite was called in qiieition.
Tint- t lln Ik hollt Oil tllO dlSCUCSl
ISVb may dopond upon It that thoiRj1
icrend Mr. Blgolow
Cnd Of It, nnd that too without dMj
ng anyunng ne nns o huiu u i
Mr, Ilanna wnxes wroth too m
IRov. Bigolow's "mixing in pollUa'
us ho is reported to call It,
mioyliig ninny bugs, Insects, ete
Mr, DoiIko Htnted tluit tho walnut
icoh lin,ve escaped ilie ravages of tlTb
isect pests remnrluibly tills season,
nd tlio point wns rniscd tlint If tlio
lids nio more fully protected from the
depredations of the hunters, theie
i oulil bo fewer insects to prey on the
rees. Mr. Crawford had found that
,vhtHo potato vines nfToeted with blight
ind been thrown about the grnpo a lues
hat (he vines were affected the snme
8 the potato vines.
Mr, Pierce Mnted Hint In Judging
lowers at tlio Ohio Htnto Fair last
.MUPPif. tun iMHiunv or "Vt vnriniipn nr rut
JjCt SISil.vn,.M ulmu'ti tlif.rn wnrn lint nnltnl in
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BufNot Interfere With the Con
duct of Affairs.
Washington, Sept. 12. Lieut. Gen.
Kelson A. Miles left Washington
Thursday for the Philippines, whero
ho will make an inspection of the
principal military posts in the nrchl
pelngo. Uofoio returning to AVnslilng
ton he will havo clrcumniulgnted the
globe, It being his Intention to ie
turn to tho United States by way of
tho Suez canal. A special car wns
placed by the Pennsylvania railroad
at the disposal of tho Geneial's party,
which consists of Mrs. Miles, Col. M.
P. Mnjis, aide do camp, and Mrs, Mnus,
and nu orderly and stenographer
from army headquarters. Col. II. II.
Whitney, another of the Oenernl's
aides, will probably Join the party
The Journey began at S::iO over
the Pennsylvania lines to .Chicago,
where n short stop will be made, and
thpiice to Portland, Ore. Proceeding
South toward San Tranclsco, the In
spection wlil be made of tho icccnt
extensive! Implements In tho coast
defense system on tlio Pacific.
Gen. Miles and his party will sail
for Manila on the transport Thomas,
which Is scheduled to leave Sept. SO.
How about Rev. Hlssoy, JlnnrtUiose shown here today and that they
factotum, whoso sky-pilotage Is 'Oiwcrc nof put up In as good shape. Mr.
lined to showing the faithful tho pfof''f 1 wfvii n account of his vis
" . , ult to tho National Florists convention
iscd land of oUlco-holdlng and cnsU;(t Ab,10vi,Io Ni 0
ETomJohnsonltca into tho outer dal jj,., jg, b. Rtlno, nn old member of
bess of despair of low fares j:ho Hocloty; who bus spent the greater
equitable taxation, nnd whoso sp "rt of tho past three yearn In Call
.,;, tahift f t..o iobbv of unsatroS as present, and promlscl to
u... .... ,.. . sa :0II tlio society some iniiigs nnoui uqw
Legislatures? W ,rs ju qniifornlii at tho next meeting.
It will not strengthen Mr. HanrjThqi meeting adjourned to meet with
taso by mixing Ills anger wlth'vtr. Foster ut Macedonia. In October.
i i ji.i. i. .ni.i MJnTipir. Foster stated that lio would meet
tuent denials that ho said wiint x. . . ., . ,, ., ,.
wc Jlhosc going by the A. 11. C. lino at
Imputed to him at Columbus tt'-Ukqrlhui'ld at II a. m. nnd convey nil
Hays ago, In regard to perpetual mW his homo. A. II.
chlscs In Ohio. Ills contradict!
i . 1 Lingering Summer Colds.
A CANDlt Don't lot n cold ma nt this sonbon.
Jraummer colds are the hardest kinds
I Kow that Mr. Johnson Is looirjt0 curo and It neglected, may linger
Sip on tho political horizon of the JMllong for months. A long slego llko
futuro, tho mud-mnchlnes of nnfH''lwl D vn tlio stiongest con-
' , , ... , ,.,, "Htltiitlon. Ono Mlnuto Cough Cure
newspapers in tho subsidy of tho r , 1)len,. 1p Ul0 (lUllc,. t (llmp
ilogod classes and tax-eaters aroj HlU0i act8 llt 0lc0 Qmm conglgi
in motion to spatter him. They Scolds, croup, bionchltls, all throat and
for tho time quit reviling Mr. BnUilig troubles. Tli
and aro directing their yolplng to
now man, whom tiioy nan nB
Bryans successor. h
A recent editorial nrtlcle In the W
York Times took up tho cry ofa
pack of detractors, and rung i
changes on all of tho oft-repeatd)
quite mythical shortcomings ofj
Johnson. Tho effect of this t
wns as surprising to its promote.
It- rmiRt- lmvn M!PI1 mntlfylllC tl
friends of tho accused Mnycf
called forth a largo number of W
which tho Times, with the cntiB
lie children llko It.
If not, como in nnd
lot us take it. Tho time
has arrived whon you
can no longor gob along
without tho proper Fall
and Winter Clothinc.
Tq ho suitahlo, it must
hq.mado for you. To bo
proporly mado, stylish,
well-fitting und dur
able, we must mako it
for you. Wo aro roady.
1T5 South Howard Street
make the followine extraordinary offer, WHICH IS
A ...n. Un Uv wl ... -- .i l... I. i.
that respect of which It has pjivci UIC uusi putc yuu liau SCI CISCWUCrC OU gOOQS
tho Now York papors a raonopolj ',
... .. .. ...ri. .f
published, ami wnicn snow uoi - j rfillCll Bevel
c? Plate mirrors
the strength of Mr. Johnson's
but also tlio vigor and nbllltyltA
Wo solect one of theso lettcrsA
wo commend to tho careful ntt
Of our rcador, becnuso In a sho
tlio rnud-Bllnglng process will
operation in Ohio, nnd tho ref
fiuostlon meets and refutes
qhargo that can or will bo
BKnlnst Mr. Johnson as u po
actor In tlio coming campaign.
Tho Jotter Is tho following:
jro tho Editor of Tho New York
". rn,n nttntiitit nf tills lnorilllic's.
t0 givo -tuo ...easuro ti.o (bturday Price
preaatn, nun iun.um.- ui .m. j
' Jolinson'8 economic and polltlcalVeS.SU
elbjes" Busgesu. a numoer a r "it, j9 ood Tho nboyo onn
. xi. a nmt iinirn nut 'in.iri - . ..
erW Incouslstency In the fn
man of wealth, and of wealth
$1.25 Per Week
tiuiu .- ., . ' i. -..-i i..;" ::
Hiiiuiu lur .po uiibii mm imiiuico
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4h;n,,eh railway franchises, shou,u " uu wuot iiuuru io hubs hub suio, as ix,
tiUy be idcutlUcd with a no
for,iore Just oconomlc condlUc
."ffjwt w an aavocuiu ui iiiuui
Wool It he ooes noi uiuu i
th cbargA Is tnafWd fight ngnl
j-.'A.auflUiiitudlco is tho r
. .t a. Mfln.uiiKurntHMii
Tl: ..,w,wiajif imioiciUHnmn flntfittnr. Rnth Phnnnc 1ftfi .Qmitd
UiafftOTg, umw-T-.0 ..WLW wM.....w.. MV!! I IIUIIUWI ttM WUUIII
AW, to Mto W own rt ,
Mwufd. ii tkw of M-si, We Give Green Stamps,
Ut oiapr i , .
to JrtinB' '
SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE NO. 129
AT THE SURPRISE STORE, 163-165 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
MEN'S FANCY WORSTED
1$ ?5aL Vf SXM m JHUi MHMJC
Tntterns thnt nro Just out-nll new striped and checked designs excel
lent quajlty, weirmadonnd very shapely-sizes 32 to 42 Irenes, waist mens
urc on sale one week beginning tomorrow, Saturday, and ending next Fri
Graceful NewFall Fashions
la Suits For
All that is new nnd dcslrablo is
embraced In the Surprise Store's fnll
stock of men's and boys' clothing. Ev
ery fabilc for njen nnd boys' wear that
Is lellnble and stylish Is here every
favored cloth of the season; every new
mode nnd stylo of making arc repre
Wo have boon delayed in getting into our now
store, but Monday, Sept. 15, we will open up at
330 South Main St.
This gives, you one more op
portunity to buy goods at
removal saie prices.
MEN'S EXCELLENT S IiS
IN NEW AUTUMN STYLES.
$5, $7.50, $10.00
Made of fabrics from standard mills
only, nnd guaranteed In every respect
absolutely. In medium nnd heavy
weights, rich In quality nnd design
adn surpassingly well made. Every
garment Is guaranteed to flt( wear well
and glo complete satlfjfnctlon, nnd
like all other clothing bought nt tho
Surprise Store, kept in repair for ono
YOUNG MEN'S STYLISH SUITS,
Sizes 11 to 10,
$2.50, $5, $6.50
MEN'S SUPERIOR SUITS
IN NEW AUTUMN STYLES.
$12, $15, $20
Tho flnest spits In the world, rich
fnbrlcs, exquisite tnllorlng and su
peibly llnished. They nro the newest
iip-to-the-njomont fabrics In now nnd
exclusive patterns. Their textiles have
been made up nftcr the latest models
of the Surprise Store's fashion de
signer nnd tliq sewing has been dono
by expert Union Custom tailors. All
npw military styles workmanship
that challenges the world.
YOUNG MEN'S HIGH GItADE
' SUI-Tk f
$8.50, $10, $12
I Remember, Tomorrow is the
I Griner & Britsch
506 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Near State street.
SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE
THE BEST BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS IN AMEIUCA AHE FOUND AT THE SURPRISE STORE AT
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00
Bring In the boy and seq how nice he looks in one Of then new Kail Suits. Thoy'ro all mado of cloth
spoclally woven forbojs' hard wear. Xlf'senm are extra"f-cwcd and Warranted not to rip. Very stylish
and durablo Cnsslnieies, Cheviots, Scotches and Worsteds in now stilpcd and checked designs.
B6seitra serviceable. Knee-pnnts nil 25c, 35c, 50c, 7B(5j-iand ?1.00, in nent design, strongly made nnd per
fect uttlntf. "Boys' nll-woo) fancy Golf and Golf-Yacht Caps at S!."e nnd 50c In new patterns nnd colorings.
Boys' fancy percale Waists at 25c andtiOc, all made with patent band.
Boys' henvy llbbcd Black Stock lugs, fnst colors and seamless at 10c and 15c. 'Boys' pure all fur Panama
shape Alplno Hats at .?1.00 and $1.50.
NEW FAtC BUOCKS I IM MEN'S1 HATS
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00
Eeiy now shape Is iere-Knox, Yomnnji", Dunlnp and Clnlsty styles every hat is of pure nil-fur material
nnd fnst color all aio mado with cushion sweat band and aie silk trimmed every new shapo in soft and
stiff Hats are here in new colors. Men's serge, oflico nnd shop enps. 5c
Men's Fnncy Madras Negligee Shlits, Ji
new llght-giound figured effects .... OUC
Men's nnd Boys' 1-ply Collnrs, all tho
newest shapes ..,. lUC
Men's good qiinllty llalbrlggnii Under- nr
. wear, nil sizes v. , . fc,OC
Men's Maco Yarn Half Hose, full inrt
senmlcss, fnst color (. I UC
Men's extra elastic Suspenders, Colum- q DC
bla web, new patterns COG
(WHAT NEXT? AlJJVAYS'SEE THE WINDOW DISPLAYS AT
Men's rnncy Bordftied Hemstitched
Ilandkei chiefs, now designs
Men's Fancy flgurqd Half Hose, all
new effects, fast colors
Men's fancy Negligee Shirts, fine Ma
dias cloth in now colorings
Men's new autumn Silk and Satin
Neckwear In all sluipcs
Men's extrn elastic Silk Garters, plain
and fancy cable web
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8. A. HEER
SPECIAL SALE OF LADIES' DRESS SKIRTS.
Piles of Ladles' Dress Skirts have left our Cloak roomihe past two
weeks. Tho values have been so good, that customers havo availed them-,,
solves of the opportunity. Saturday will bo another day of great selling
in our Cloak room. DON'T MlgS T.HE SPECIAL SKIRT-SALE.
:'nin in ggaM b
That is what we generally term
Fall Queuing of Ladies' &
Gentlemen's Fine Footwear
At $3.50 Ladles' All Wool Walking
Skirts, in medium, dark oxfoid, gray
and brown, bound scams, trimmed,
flounce, worth $5.
At ?3.50 Ladles' All Wool Black
Dress Skirts, trimmed, flare, all lengths,
At ?4 Ladles' All Wool Black Che
viot Skirts, flounce, satin trimmed,
At $4.50 Ladles' Walking Skirts,
100 to choose from, all shades, worth
from $0 to $8.
At ?5 each Ladles' black Cheviot
Sklits, extra wide flounce, satin trim
med. This skirt has no equal,-worth
At ?.0O Ladles' Black Cheviot Skirt,
well lined, flounce, satin, trimmed,
worth ?8; all sics, including outside
At 50c eaeh Ladles' Whlto Shirt
Waists tucked front nnd back all sizes;
regular value, $1.
At 75c each-rLadies' Whlto Shirt
Waists, tucked back and front, also
embroidery trimmed, nil sizes, regular
At $1 each-Ladles' Fast Black Mer.
cerized Sateen Waists, all sizes, well
worth 1.25. r
At $1.25 each Ladles' Fnst Blnck
Mercerized Sateen Waists, all sizes,
well worth $1.50.
At 50c a pair Ladles' All Steeled
Corsots.nll sizes In whte and drab. The
ery latest stjles, oxtia good value.
At $1. All tho leading makes in Cor
sets, in white nnd drab, the latest
styles Kabo, Thompson's Glove Fit
ting, Warner's It. & G., O. B., A La
Spirltc, O. D., in all sizes.
We nie now in position to formnlly announce that our, com
plete fall- stock Is now on tho shelves and n waiting jour inspec
tion. An early visit will guarantee a choice.
STACY, ADAMS, and FLOItfiflHlM'S STANDARD MaDE
SHOES FOR MEN
TILT'S HAND WELT CALF AND ENAMELED ME
THE FAMOl'S LA FRANCE SHOES FOR WOMEN CANNOT BE EQUALED IN PRICE
OH QUALITY. ...'... ...
LADIES' COLONIAL DAMES IN WELTS AND V
TURNS AT .' .. .. -v' ?..
ULTRA SHOES, THE HEIGHT OF PERFECTION ' ""
Remember, this Is the month, for schosl shoos for tho children. A HISTORICAL TABLET FREE
WITH EVERY PAIR OF SO HOOL SHOES.
$5 and $6
.,.,.; $3, $3.50 and $4
CO., H7 S. Howard st.
Ho will spend fully a month In the
Philippines Inspecting tho principal
posts nnd the "general condition of the
nrmy thero with special icfeioiico to
Its instruction, dlsclpllnn nnd sup
plies of all kinds. WhUo General
.illes will bo received with hgh mil
itary honors whoreerhogops he wdll
not attempt to lntorrero with tho eon
duct of affalis tho Philippine. 0
may make suggestions to the com
manding olllcers ns he would on a sim
ilar visit to one of tlio military depait
nioiitB In this equntry, hut oven theso
would not oxtenil to the campaign
ngnhwt the Moro, In Mludiiimo, which
lias already beqii planned by fleu,
LChnftYo In ctiiiHUltiUlim with tho au
thorities in this city, General Miles'
visit Is simply ono of inspection, it Is
expected ho will 'return to Washing,
ton about tlio inMdlo uf .Inmiaiy.
At Miller Rubber Ifg. Co., porncr of
Stantcn nve. and Hlgti st 121tf
Use an ELECTRIC FAN
In both houso and oflico. Thoy
cost but littlo nndnsuro com
fort during wnrm woathor : : ::
BH I (SIM 60.
BIG BARGAINS IN EVERY DAY
At 5c a jard The best black and
whlto nnd gray Calicoes, fast colors,
worh Cc a yard.
At 5c a yard Full 30-lnch Muslin,
unbleached, good grade, always sells
for 0c a yard.
At 25c a yard Linen Tablo Damask
In assorted patterns, unbleached, good
width, worth 30c.
At 30c a yard Full width, Silver
Bleached Table Damask, big variety
of patterns, strictly nil linen, generally
sells for 50c a yard.
At 50c a jard Pure white All Linen
Table Damask, full 72 Inches wide,
splendid quality, regular 75c values.
At $1.00 a jard Pure White All
Linen Table Damask, handsome pat
terns, 72 inches wide, regular prlco,
EXTRA GOOD DRESS GOODS
At 75c a yard All Wool Cheviots
In block, dark red, tans and browns,
full -15 inches, regular values $1.
At $1.00 a yard All Wool Cheviots
and Canadenses Cloth, In nil tho new
shades; also black, full 45 Inches
wide, equal to any $1.25 cloth on the
At 50c a yard All Wool Cheviots,
in black and colors, 3S Inches wide,
well wot tli 75c.
lAt 25c a yard Wool Fancy Novelty
Dress Goods, In plain colors, full 38
Inches wide, just tlio cloth for school
At 12'Ac a pair Ladles Fancy
Hosiery in woon stripes; also opera
effects, all sizes, legular price 25c.
At 12Vc a pr. Children's Fast Blnck
Hosiery, all sizes, ribbed, the kind that
wears, worth 20c.
Don't miss tho special salo of Ladl cs' Dress Skirts.
Don't buy your Fnll Clothing un
til you soo our superb stock and com
.paro our prices with those of other
stores. What is the use of paying
cash for your Fall Clothing yhen you
can buy it just as choaply hero ou
Men, Women, Children.
Wo clothe them all from head to
footClothing. Hats, Shoos on small
34 STORES and FACTORY
I EBH I
Tel. 942 and 943 People's.
139 South Howar
Discarding Light Coats.
Tho local police aro beginning to dis
card their light coats, nftor having
worn them but a short tlmo, and arc
glad to don their regulation Jackets lor;
wear oi duty. The light coats were
very vomforlable when they were llrst
puiehnsed and may tie worn again
later, but. tho cower who knows what
It has been to shiver through the nlclits
An Akion'it streets during the past few
weeks, trusts tho light fabric no more.
Price Has Reached High Figure
Chicago. Sepf 12,-The piico of coke
in rihienco has iiv"ed this week" to
the unpiwflenkd to or a of ?12 and
$13 a ton, r w ny-0 ot l"s "on "nB
gone up nonvly 9 $20 a ton, ono con-
sequence of the advance! coko Is tlint
small foundries aro threatened with
ruin or nt least with being forced to
close down until prices diop.
Even ut this advanced prlee.howovcr,
nil orders cannot be supplied at tho
present time. This is duo to tho same
cause thnt explains in part the Jump In
price namely: Tho car famine that
hns been prevailing for somo time.
Dealers say there never was such dif
ficulty in securing cars.
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