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"3? i u AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 11 NUMBER 132. A$RON, OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1902. PRICE ONE CENT; v i t P.. BIO ADDITION GLEECLUI r i ;v To Machine Shop of Dia mond Match Co. It Will Mean Employment For Not Less Than 250 Extra Men. A brick building, SOOx-lO, three stor ies high, with n basement, Is to be ad ded to the mnchlno shop of tho Dia mond Mntch Co., t BnrbertoD. This announcement was mnde Monday by Mr. O. 0. Barber during a convocation With n reporter for1 tho Democrat. He added that the addition would mean the employment oC not lens than 200 "extra men. "Excavating (or tho foundation ot CHIEF DURKIN TOOK A WALK He Found 31 IVlen Assuaging Their Thirst In One Saloon. Sunday afternoon Chief of Police Durkln started out for n stroll. He walked out South Main St., crossed the railway tracks near the B. V. Goodrich Co., and then listened. It seemed to the Chief that nil was not well. "Hist," ho muttered to himself, and then he obeyed by "hisllng." Then he vent to the rear of tho Palace saloon, owned by John Hausch, and tapped lightly on the window, In ,A Bad Business Troubles "I am an actor, sir. My real name is P. B. Howard," said "Howard Hnll," cliarged with defrauding an innkeeper, to tho Mayor Monday morning. Hall wns nicely dressed, clean ly shaven and evidently a very smooth Individual. Ills wife, charged wltli the same offense, wns also very nicely dressed and both were of pre possessing appearance. Hall, or How ard, pleaded guilty and his wife plead ed not guilty, and the case against her was dismissed on the recommendation of City Prosecutor T. E. "Wells, on the ground that she know nothing of tho fraud. The arrest of Hnll, which was made ,nt Shelby, O., was tho result of a long search by tho Akron police. Mr. and Mrs. Hall came to Akron several weeks ago and secured board nt tho home of Mrs. Sarnh Gablo, corner Summit and East Market sts. Hall attempted to get up a "City Guide," containing "C. L. Moss and Lady" Now Register as Mr. and Mrs. Moss "C. li. Noss nnd lady, of Ashland," registered at tho Windsor hotel Sun day, and had dinner. After dinner tho young woman, who accompanied Mr. Noss, wns shown n room, while no had a quiet talk with tho clerk. "Mr. Clerk, can you find a minister for mo?" ho nsked. Clerk Gllkey hmllrd nnd sent for Hev. O. E. Keller Many Deaths Among Members of Buckley Post Commander Joseph I.lmrlc believes that the death rate this year among members of Buckley Post, G. A. It., will bo the greatest within the history of the organization. Fifteen members hnyo died since Jan. 1, and there aro many others on the sick list. Three KILLED PROPRIETOR OF DANCE HALL Who Objected Whsn They Made Trouble With Dancers. Now York, Sept. 22.-Kdwn.rd Rent erman, propiletor of flie Harlem ly ceumat Tlilul ave. nnd 107th st, Was murdered in bis dnnco ball early tho plant will bo commenced this week," said Mr. Barber, ''and wo will push tho woik as faBt ns possible. The addition 1b made necessary by the In crease In the number of plants cdntroll cd by the Diamond Match" Co. We manufuetmo all the match-making ma chlnory required In our business, and this addition will enable us to doublo tho capacity of our machine shop. All our machinery Is manufactured at tho Bnrbcrton plant." the manner of one greatly nthlrst. The tapping was heard and a sentinel on the Insldo opened tho door wide, not recognizing the Chief, who walked in and counted 31 men lined up against the bar, receiving that which would cheer. Hausch was arretted and charged with violating the Sunday law. Ho pleaded guilty In Police court and was lined $25. and eos.ts Monday morning. Venture- of "Howard Hall. 5J items of interest about Akron, and, what was moro important, advertise ments which were to pay the promoter. Akron was found to bo a desperately bad field, however, and Hall, unable to get any money, ilnnlly gave up tho nttempt hero nnd went to Mansfleld, where he tried again. In going he forgot to pay Mrs. Ga ble for the board of himself and Mrs. Hall. Since then tho Police havo been searching with the result that both were arrested Saturday at Shelby, O. Hall told a hard luck story, said that he wns a newspaper man besides being an actor, and maintained that ho would havo paid tho bills as soon as ho got tho money. Tho Mayor fined him $25 nnd costs and sentenced him to 30 days in tho workhouse. Mrs. Hall, who is desti tute, was sent back to Shelby by tho Poor department. She claims to havo' frionds there. nnd 15 minutes later "0. L. Nois and lndy, of Asbluud," wete Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. Ij. Noss, of Ashland. Tho ceremony took placo In tho parlor of the hotel. Tho happy couple left Akton shortly after tho marriage. The bride's name was Mrs. Emma Crosier. The couplo had u mnrrlage license issued In Ash land county. have died thus far in. September, and six of tho members died In August. In speaking of tho lncrcnso of the death rate Commander T.imric snld that It wns only natural that the In firmities of ago nrd becoming more and moro general each year in tho ranks of the veterans. this morning. Frank Fnllno nnd Jos eph McGlnty are under arrest. A short tlmo after midnight tho two men entered tho ball and began to pick trouble with' tho dancers. Tho proprietor objected, and finally tho men drew knives nnd stabbed Hcut erman till he foil unconscious. His nssailants then picked hm up and dropped him head first ovor the rail ing into tho ball room. Ho dtedtbree hours later. ' , ' CAR Left the Track at Kent. Several Passengers Were Hurt Injuries, of Jacob W. Replogle Are Serious. Car No. 1, bound for Ravenna on the Kent-Itavenna line of the N. Ov T. Co., left the track on a curve at tho intersection of North Water and Lnke sts., Kent, Sunday evening, and bumped against a telegraph pole with such force that one of the sides of tho car was badly damaged and sev eral passengers Injured. Jacob W. Replogle, of 220 North Arlington st., Akron, was seriously hurt. There is a deep cut on the back of his head nnd many bruises on his body. Several others were Injured, Y. M. C. A BUILDING TO BE AT MAIN AND STATE STS. Com mittee and Secretary Consider That Location Most Saturday evening the' Site committee of the Y. M. C. A. met' with thoVBoard of Trustees and rucomraouded tho pur chase of the Bellows prOpvrty on the southeast corner of South Main and Stato sts., opposite the- Kublcr and Beck block. The purchase price. $7,000, is for 85 feet fronting on Main st.i and having a depth of HO feet. 'Tho price Includes a guar.tnte6 against rock In excavating down to a depth of 14 feet below the Main st. sidewalk, and that theie will bo n running 'Stream of water sullleleut for the use of thq build ing nnd for the swimming pool. , The question of a suitable slto for tho Y. M. C. A. has been a very im portant one nnd one which has caused the committee much anxious thought nnd study. Two principal elements j.nd to be considered, those of cost and loca tion. Tho cost had to bo kept down as low as possible and the location had to bo as nearly- central ns possible. Op. tlons were secured on n number of different properties, varying In location from Market bt. to Buehtol ave on High nnd Main sts. On Mnln st, nearer to Mill nothing was to bo liad nt any where near the price per foot asked for-' the Bellows property. On Market nt, the prices asked were out of the (jues ilon. pn .Mill st $200 nnd $250 per foot were nsked (or the only avallabo corners. So it hadto bo cither on Hh st. or South Maiu st At first It ,waa "When I cure you, Father Akron, give me your testimonial. but not seriously. Among them nrc: L, K. Force, Akron; Motorman Miller, of Akron; Miss Lottie Relnenl, Stow, and Miss Amy Harris, of Kent. DOING WELL Letter Received From Charles Grether. A letter from Charles Grether, for merly an Akron'drugglst and now with the annyMn the Philippines, was re ceived by John -Grether recently, nnd it states that Mr. Grether is doing Very well. HJs term of enlistment will no regularly expire until next May, but because of especially meritorious ser vice ho has received a furlough of 00 days with pay and will then receive his discharge. He has accepted a good portion In Manila with the American Drug Co., and says that lie is much pleased with his now work. Mr. Grether was In the Hospital department of the Army of the Philippines and was In China with bis organization nt tho time of the invasion there. Accessible 16 Akron's Young Men, tho opinion of the committee and some of the Board that High St., between Market nnd Mill would have been a pood location. But on taking the two candidates for general secietary around to thq various sites consldoied. each claimed that High 't. wan the most un suitable location ot nil, Tor the lenron that It was a side street, one that Very few of tho people whom the Y. M, C. A, wns. Intended to reach ever tiaveled, that it was where It could uot.be seen tioni the principal sheets, and' It was not adapted for lovenue purposes. The same they claimed was the case on High st. south of Mill st. Each shlij without hesitation, after cnrofully consldcilng nil, that South Main Wn.s by fr the most desirable for many i cations. Among them were, first, the price. The best price that could lie obtained for (10 to 03 ft. on any of the other sites considered wns ?5,QU0, none of which, In the opinion o'f the committee, wns scarcely worth that. While the Bellows property of (53 foot was consldeied a very good bar gain nt ?r00D nt llrst 00 feet wns thought to bo all the frontage that would be required, but both Mr. Owen, nnd Sir. Hooper strongly advised that mqro land be secured If possible. So (a,n opt!6n on 22 feet more was obtained adjoining the 03 feet, waking 5 feel' in all. There is no question in the minds of I NO BREAK . f In the Ranks of Strikers. Men as Firm as Four Months Ago. Mitchell Says Relief Will be Given All In Want. Tamaqua, Sept 22. Tho expected break in the strikers' ranks today fail ed to materialize, and the men in Pan ther Creek valley are as firm as they were on the first morning of the strike 20 week's ago. A heavy rain this morning kept tue strikers Indoors. It wns planned that a strenuous ef fort should be made to keep non strikers at home and a heavy picket line wns thrown out but the continual downpour compelled them to abandon tho effort. New York, Sept. 22. John Mitchell, nny but that In three or even five years South Main st. will be built up between Market nnd Exchange on both sides. Therefore as an investment the Y. M. ('. A. will bo maklnjj a very good turn And again, a Y. 51. C. A. building should be on the most prominent street ntid in the most prominent location at tnlnnble, wheio every person In Akron can see It, where nil may know of it, and where its- doors will be ns wiae open nnd its Welcome as free as the saloons in the city. It Is tho young man tho association Is for. It must he where he can easily And It; where he can see It without hunting for It, and the mnjorlty of young men, the men nnd boys who.work in shops, live south of Mill st. As has been, stated the committee was at first In 'fnvqr of tho High st slto but nfter hearing the opinion of tho two secretaries and n number of other Y. 51. C. 'A. men men who havo been in many associations in many cit ies, and after considering nil tho above phases of tho situation tho Bellows slto wns recommended, It is tho hopo of the new secretary, Sir. II. G. Hooper, and the Board of 'Trustees, to be nblo to raise enough money to put up at least n ?00,000 building, ns Akron In a ery few years will bo able to test to Its capacity one that larj;e. It would lea gi eat mistake to erect a smaller structure. president of the United 5Ilners, was at the Ashland houc this morning. He said that he would have no confer ence with operators or their represen tatives today. Strike conditions, he said, remain the same as they were four months ngo. 5Iltchell says that there aro cases of almost starvation among the miners but relief Is being given as fast as possible. RALLY DAY Drew a Large Attendance to Universalist Sunday School. The Sunday school room .at ,the Universalist church wns filled Sunday morning, the occasion being the annual Bally Day. Special music was furnish ed. Addresses were given by Presi dent Church of Buchtel college, Super intendent W. A. L'pham of the First 51. E. Sunday school, nnd Superintend ent A. T. Kingsbury of the First Con gregational Sunday school. Fine dec orations added to the pleasure of all present. WON WOMAN'S CHAMPIONSHIP Marvin Cup Goes to Mrs. C. C. Goodrich. Fall Golf Championship To Be Decided Saturday. Sirs. C. C. Goodrich won the wo man's championship of the Portago Golf club Saturday, defeating 5Iiss Effle Work by a score of five up and four to play. For this victory Mrs. Goodrich receives the 5Inrvln cup. The semi-finals in the fall champion ship were played 5Ionday afternoon be tween Slessrs. Harvey, Bates, An drews and Dr. H. H. Jacobs. The finals will be played Saturday, TRIED To Burglarize Meat Aarket Doors Too Strong. Thieves attempted to break into Splcer Brothers' meat market on East 51111 st., some time Saturday night They broke open the screen door and worked at the other door, but were unable to force It open. NEW CARS. Manager Currie Inspecting Them In Philadelphia, 5Innnger Chas. Currie, of the N. O, T. Co., is in Philadelphia, inspecting new cars bolng made for the company. The order placed Includes several largo cars for uso on tho Barberton line. They will bo the snme size as those now in uso on tho Kent-Bavenna. Come Froi Columbus And Bands Galore Will be Here. m Citizens Asked to Decorate For;. Campaign Opening. The Columbus Glee club of 125 mat voices will help furnish music for the -m Republican opening in Akron, Sat 'jm urdny, There will also be bands ga lore. Every band in Summit county j Is to be engagod. The Arrangements committee ha 8 been unable to secure lithographs to . give to those who wish to make use M of them In decorating, but urges peo ple in genial, especially along the line of march, to decorate with flags, etc. ;ra The Baltimore & Ohio railroad has arranged to handle n special train, from Cleveland to accommodate those? who want to attend the opening. The Central Passenger association has not acted specifically upon this occasion, but there Is an understanding tnat lor 7j all political gatherings a rato of one M fare for the round trip shall be made. A The B. & 0 however, will handle this S party under tho special party fare rule of tho association, which permits of a considerable reduction. The prospects tf are that the party will exceed six -Jr. hundred. s " The local committee received posi- -? tive information Saturdny evening that Secretary Boot would be-liere. p VIADUCT Across Cuyahoga Valley Included In New Plans ofN. 0. T.' - J. R. Nutt To Be Syndicate Manager. It is said that with the reorganisa tion of the Northern Ohio Traction? Co. will come a long list of improve ments for the lines, chief among them being a viaduct on North Howard St., across the Cuyahoga valley. The construction of this viaduct has Ions' been planned by the company, and; efforts hnve been made from time to time to persuade the city that it should bear part of the expense. It is believed now thnt the company will go ahead with the viaduct wholly at its own expense, and that work on It will bo commenoed next year. Another announcement in connection with the reorganization plan of the, Everett-5Ioore syndlcnte Is that Sir. J. R. Nutt will be syndicate man ager. BUSY DAY For Roosevelt In Detroit King Edward's Troops Were In the Parade. Detroit, Sept. 22. President Boose-, velt spent a quiet Sunday and is re freshed for tho labors of today. He spoke nt the armory to Spanish vet erans, this morning, will take a rida on steamer Tashmoo, review a parade, and nt a banquet this evening will on "Cuban Reciprocity" in tho me tropolis of the Stnte which opposed his Cuban reciprocity ideas. Among tho features of the parade will bo the marching of a military company of Windsor, Ont For the first time an American President will review the troops of King Edwnrd. At tho Spanish wur veternns' meet ing Roosevelt wns received with in. tense enthusiasm. He called all whd fought In thnt war, no jnntter in what capacity, "Comrades nnd brothers." He then defended tho army in the Philippines. . . -,ia THE WEATHER: INCREASING OLOUDINE8S TO NIGHT; TUESDAY SHOWERS AND. COOLER, , : & i 8i V i iS1 A jMJt '.ji.JuAlCfcM-jJ-.tl. , .AU 3feiu-i Jf iG Hfcf'