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MON0AT, rJOV, 10, 1002.
AKRON, DAIY DE.itfdCRAX h S. G.'s Specials For week ending Saturday, Hoy. 15ln. i 0 lbs. New Imported Qorinau Lentils !for 25c. A good sulisUtuto for peas. 7 lbs. Schumacher's Orcnm of Bar. ley for 25c. A most perfect food nllke. for Invalids or persona In health. Will , cook In five minutes. . 8 Its. Now Fard Dates, 23o. Bmnll seeds, rich flavor. ' rib. Cartoon, new crop, seeded rals ''lns, 10c. ' 3 lbs. now crop Muscatel or soedlcsa , Sultana, 25c. Cut In our sugar prices: 25 lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar, (1.18 9 21 lbs. Fine Granulated Sugar, (1.00. 22 lbs. White A, (1. 24 lbs. Extra O, (1. IP 25 lbs. Yellow or Now Orleans, (rtbrown, $1. S. & G.'s Rio & Santos Coffee, 12c, nnd check or 10c not. Is very much ''better than common package cotfeo. If you want a sample of S. Si G.'s Boston Blend, J. & M. coffee, aBk us. Finest Imported into tho U. S. SCHUMACHER & GAMMETBR, 10-1 South Howard St., China & Japan Tea Store. THE Popular Attractions rRAMnat Popu,ar prlces UtlANlJ DAILY MATINEES.. PRICES ALiWATS 7HB 3AMI. Mat, 10-20oEvg. 1 0-20-30-5 Oc MOH. h II II, 12 TUES. WED. The Thrilling Sensation Over Niagara Falls hie: SCOUT'S REVENGE , .TbJi, coupon and ftfo V'Ul pdmit uuj inuj w wau ivoviivu avtkit If preaauted at Box Office before noon, Thursday Motlneo, Nov. 18.- WEEK OF PRAYER. Special Services Arranged by the Y. W. C. A. This Is a week of prnyer wIOi tho Young Women's Christian association. It began with special services Sunday evening and will end on tho 15th. On Sunday' evening tho prnyer was that all members of the association might obey the command and not be sloth ful In the warfare to which they bave beep called. .Monday evening. Prayer for God's blcs'sing on missionary work done In Africa. Tuesday evening. Prayer for Cana da. That God will richly bless and divinely guide the President and mom bors of the Dominion Council. Thcro will also be prayers for the United ' States and South America. Wednesday evening. Prayer for Asia and tho missionary work dono there. , 'Thursday evening. Prayer for churches and missionary work in Aus tralia. Friday evening. Prayers for Eu , rope. ' Saturday evening. Prayer that the victorious power of God's word under the teaching 'of tho Holy Spirit may bo more implicitly belloved and acted on. POWERFUL FOOD That Can Lift You Out of Bed. .Tho proper food to build up tho sy ,tem af ton ,an attack of Illness, or any -tother time, is important to know about. "Lflst yqar I had typhoid malarial 7fovcr," says a lady in Manilla, la., "nnd It left mo so weak. I could scarce ly turn-tin bed. I was very nervous, tho leasfnolso annoyed me, and I could hardly eat anything. A friend recommended Grnpo-Nnts 'Food, thinking maybe I would like 'tlutt, and did. I commenced gaining strength, nnd'hm now able to walk around out of doors, having gained ov er 20 pounds, and Grnpo-Nuts did It. My little" brother used to bo thin and pale. Although lie seemed to eat , enough fobd, what he did cat did him1 no goon, no was put on Grapo-Nuts jogularly, and is now stmnr nmi wnii . and gaining fast in flesh. I recommend , Grape-Nuts, to. all who are ,weak and run aown." Namo given brPostum S 1. 13. h ( j-v, uiiua, y , KNEW THEIR FATE As the Great Stack Slow ly Began to Fall. Two Mien Carried the Breaking (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Nov. 10. Two men wcro Instantly killed Saturday afternoon about 4 o'cloqk at tlic Columbia Chem ical company's grounds ,by tho falling of a 00-foot stack. They were Jos. Smith, aged 28, single, aud John Mcndctr, aged 31, a Pollack lauorer. Both men wcro employed by tho Stirling Boiler Co., which' is putting up boilers and stacks for the Colum bia Chemical Co. Smith was a boiler maker and was erecting a 110-foot stack. About GO feet of the stack had been 4 completed. Smith worked insldo tho stack and Mender was his helper, working on a trcstlo outsldo tho stack. Ono of the guy ropes gavo way, it Is sup posed, and tho stack fell, carrying with it the two men. It fell slowly at first, TONIGHT'S PLAYS. Good Companies at the Loca Theatres. - Beginning this evening and continu ing through the week, with matinees Wednesday arid Saturday, tho Bennctt Moulton Company, now In their 24th year, will appear at tho Colonial thea tre, presenting popular plays (it popu lar prices, viz., 10c, 20c, 30c. The open ing piece to be given this evening is "Darkest Russia" a play of intense in terest and acknowledged merit. Be tween the acts there will be. a vaude v'lllo features of high order. Messrs. Bennett and Moulton carry tholryOWn orchestra, composed entirely of ladles, which will add much to tho pjeasiire of their entertainments. An entire change of program will take place at each' performance. Admission to mati nees, 10c. "Over Niagara Falls," Rowland and Clifford's now melodrama with tons of ponderous scenery( magnificent electri cal effects, bewildering mechanism nnd superb cast, opens today at the Grand. Tho play tells a consistent story of love, hato, avarlco nnd ravenge through which a vein of comedy is neatly blend ed. The characters arc strongly drawn and several of them aro original In their conception. Tho engagement is for thrco days with matinees daily. "The Scout's Revenge," is a story of Texas life just after the close of tho Civil War, and ono of absorbing Inter-' est. During tho play one gots nn In sight into the home life of tho wealthy Southorn gentlemen, as well ns tho ranchman. One also calns somo idea of the hardships of life on the plains in the earlier days, but , still "Tho Scout's Rovengo"'ls not tho lurid Texas melodrama, that its title would lead ono to expect At the Grand, matinees and evenings, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. PROHIB. RETURNS - i Are a Little Late But They Please That Party. To tho Editor of the Domocrat: Kindly print tho following; in ad dltion to the Prohibition gains In. this city and county, similar gains are re ported la Franklin county, and It Is believed sued gains obtain throughout Ohio. All the 'other states holding a fall election report gains all along tlio Hue. Wo have heard fronj many points in Illinois, Pennsylvania, New York and elsewhere, and thp reports show a steady gain. But hero Is a great surprise for old party people: Oliver Wayne Stewart, national chairman of tho Prohibition1 party, was elected to the upper 'branch of1 tho Illinois Legislature, right from the heart of Chicago, by a heavy ivoto on a straight Prohibition 'ticket. It is a remarkable achievement, and will bo' an object lesson to the whole nation, and may bring Mr. Stewart to tho. front as a candidate for President in 1001. He is an able, ond lndefatlg nblo worker, and ho Js (lkely to uso his position as Legislator to tho great advantage of his party and 'hjs cause. It is beliovod that Hon. Juntos Manse!, of Pennsylvania, is elected "to Congress, as ho has, carried his own city and county, but tho net of the district has not yet been heard trom. Tho friends of Prohibition, whatever uuicre may uiinK, nave luuci) reason for encouragement, 'i. JKav.. 10, 1302, SZ.&P, Down to Death by of Guy Rope. and tho cries of tho vo men wcro heart-rending. A number of men wcro working near tho stack but they wcro powerless to render any aid. Both men wcro killed Instantly. Smith's skull was crushed and ono of his arms was nearly severed. Men dor's skull was crushed. Tho remains wero taken to Wolgnnd's ond Zlmmer's. morgue, where they wero viewed by a largo number of people Saturday evening and Sunday. Smith had no relatives In Barberton. Ho has a mother living in Pennsyl vanla. Ho boarded with p. Barnlmrdt on Woostor avo. Tho funeral of Mender was held this afternoon from tho Catholic church. Ho leaves a wife and throe children la Hungary. A brother is expected from Pennsylvania tonight to take chargo of Smith's remains. Store Damaged. Tho store of Lemmon & Son, grq cers, at 100 East Miller ave., was slightly damaged by flro Sunday, night, nt 10:30. It Is not known how the flro started. Departments 1 and 4 responded to the alarm. "A STRANGE BABY." ii m - v Laura Biggar Will Go on the Staqe in a New Role and jH M'-aiW'"('iK''-?30Fv''- LwlmwWmmmmmmmllrmTnfmmjIr iiaiiiiiBaiiiiiiiiiiiiiBaBiiiiiiBiiiwJtliiMailiiiiiiiiB If Now York, TCov. lO.-Out of Jail on ball and much in need of monpy, Laura Biggar, charged with cqnsplr ncy to obtain by fraud tho lnrjjq ci tato of Henry M. Bennett, of, Pitts-. burg, hns decided to return tp , b stage. John J. Iris lips engaged hop und her tour will begin in thelvln theatre, Pittsburg, on Nov. 17,' Mr, Iris, wno. Juts bad long ejejfcM, i I' i. '1. it's inpre mm. "What is It?" oski the mother as she notices the tmooth fiUIn of her child marred by n red or pimply eruption. It in impure blood, and m uic ciuicl needs at oner to bej:ln the u of IJr, Pierce's Golden Medical Discov ery, the best and surest remedy for Impurity of the blood. It entirely eradi cates die notions which corrupt the blood and cause disease. It cures scrmiila, bo II 9, pimples, eczema, salt- iriienm nnjl other eruptive diseases which ore the di rect result of im pure blood. It enriches" as well 9 purifies the blood. "Dr. PWrce'f medicine ha not only btnr fitrd me gtcMy, but It liai done wondtra far ray two noos." writes irra. M Hartriclc. of Ilcmtter, Otweeo Co , N. Y- I!oUi had scrofula I liive lot two ilaiifflitera Tn 1-Wtliaa five ear wiia coufiimption uuu icroiuu. ly cutest son waa taken two or llirte years ago with liemor- rbaifo from th lung. J u troubled him for over Kt't Golden Mrrilriil ur vi covery. aud lia not had a hemorrhage In over a year, Mv.yotiiis-r oti had fcrofSlous wre on hts UecK: had two lanced, but has aot had any since Ic commeuced to lake your wed. ldue." ' - Accept tio substitute for "Golden Med ical Discovery." There is nothing "just as good" for diseases of the stomach, blood and lungs. ' A joo3 tagc.book, free for the asking. You can get tlie'Pcople's -Common Sehsc Medlcnl Adviser, the best medical book ever published, .?z by spading- stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send ai one-cent stamps for paper covers or 31 stamps for cloth-bound olunie, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. "Ttttttm Baek Ttma tn Its FURhW rgnunncavacicDiautr.re-Tnill Boivivn juuiuiuiL-uiunti iiiui "gray, faded or Moacbcd a lair. TM?kins ltsflnTTIP rowUiandmaVcsyoullll I II r wfc add reel yoaue. uul1 Send lite conta poe-CnCC tojo tor KEErnrr tnai tint, In .rt'"1"""- PUlWHAYOa,pjLJyttet.,Newark,N.J. juabob oo-aiN-r urrajsa at jJituaoisTav montf Read Democrat liner column. pw RsFmU M& H . ' tn&RB ui wtjpj& i BR m Hopes to Winja Fortune, theatricals', feels suro tho public. In terest 4n tho bitter strugglo for the Bennett millions wlJl mean that curi osity seekers will tumble ovw ono another to sou tho woman around whom, that fight rased. Appropriately "A Strange Baby will bo tho tlUo of the. one-act play In wblcl) MUb Biggar, tho putative .moth er, of 'a stningo baby, will act Syd ney Witmer 'wrote lt aud as bo was oernsd. -will "A Stranger in a Strange BY POPULAR SUBSCRIPTION Only Alanner In Which Library Can Be Opened. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Nov. 10. Apparently thcro Is only ono way In which tho public library can bo opened. That Is by popular subscription. This method was recommended to tho Li brary Bourd on two different occa sions by the City Solicitor but no ac tion was taken. The appeal to the Council tonight for money will apparently meet with no results ns there Is not oven enough money to pay tho running expenses of tho city. (All tho funds aro get tlhg low and a number of tho city ofllclals will receive no pay until February. JAMES HOLVEY. Weil-Known Barberton Man a Victim of Consumption. (Special Correspondence.) Barberton, Nov. 10. James Holvey, aged 39, died Sunday of consumption after a long illness,, Ho leaves a wife and four children. His parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard Holvey and four sisters and three brothers survive him. A brother, Richard. Jr., died about three weeks ago. Funeral ser vices will bo hold from the residence on Ford ave., nt 2 p.m. Tuesday. What's the secret of happy, vigorous health? Simply keeping tho bowels, the stomach, the liver, and kidneys strong and active. Burdock Blood Bit- I tcrs does It. . Land" It Is believed hehas cpp'ed'nbly with the situation, no wlir.plny1 tho opposite rolu to MIhs Biggar. it Is said with perfect gravity -that Miss Miss Biggar will got $.1000 aweek tor her services. Her manager believes sho is worth Unit now, 'ultlmugh It is n trifle larger than any. salary she drew In tho old Hoyt days! Miss Biggar says sho has much new evidence to provo sie.Is Bennett's lawful widow. p rudent mothers Kccpabottlofallfm,rin9e Linn Air Rum and Tar SSm tov It cures Coughs, Colds, Croup and Hoarseness and prevents. PNEUMONIA and CONSUMPTION. Tho children like ifc and there is nothing nauseating or injurious in it. At all Druggists 25c. MAKING BEET SUGAR Former Akronians Factory In Writing to Akron friends, Mr. Sam uel A. Kennedy, who Is now in Denver, tells of tho success of a large beet su gar factory In which former Ohloans are Interested. W. D. Hoover, presi dent of tho company, was the promoter of tho Western Linoleum Co., and sold out to go West for his health. Louis Wllhelm, another Akron man, Is his able lieutenant, and is superin tendent of Held work. Hugh Boyle, formerly of Akron, also, Is with the company. The factory Is at Eaton, Col., and an Eaton dispatch says: The new $000,000 beet sugar factory of tho Eaton Sugar Company conclud ed its third day's operation of the present "campaign" at 7 o'clock this morning, and the work accomplished by tho big plant more than fulfilled tho most sangulno expectations of the offi cers and stockholders. The entire plant worked as smoothly as though It had been in operation for years and there was not a hitch or' break during the 72 hours. The machinery bad been tested several times before the initial run was mode, but the real test always comes when actual sugar making be gins. Experts who have been at the factory gtnee it started are hearty in SWINDLER Who Worked W. C. Baum Very Clever Buell and Lemaster Also Losers. "Smooth," is the coffiment. of the polico regarding one "R. Park." "Smooth," ruefully thinks Butcher W. O. Baum, who was worked for 515 by the same "R. Park" and a bogus check, last week. "Smooth," is the comment of Buell & Lemaster, druggists, who are also losers to "R. Park" to the extent of $10 by a check of the same kind. Al though "Park" operated In Akron last Tuesday and is doubtless many miles away by this time, both Mx. Baum, and Buell & Lemaster, wero content to let tho matter pass without any publicity, and their reticence In the matter caused the whole affair to re main a secret for several days. The police only obtained possession of all the facts Saturday night Tho Dem ocrat had an exclusive story about Mr. Baum's loss Saturday, Addition al Information shows that tho swind ler was a past master In coolness and trickery. Tuesday afternoon he walked into Baum's meat market and bought some ham and lard, acting as thongh he lived In the Immediate neighborhood. He oven affected to be Indignant. "See here, Baum," ho said as be was be ing waited on, "If this ham is as salty as the last was, I'm going to make a big kick about It." He gave a chock for $18 on the Akron Grocery Co., In payment, and was given the meat and $15 In good money. He then left, and probably went Immediately, to the lumber yard where he threw the meat away, for It was found there later by tho police, who were working on another case. . Later the same afternoon, "R. Park" Save and Have PLUCK AND PERSEVERANCE and a resolve to save a certain amount of your income regularly in spite of all obstaoles, is a combination that will surely win. The Akron Trust Company A BANK FOR SAVINGS Special Ladles Dent. Hamilton Building sgf- Interested In New Colorado. their praise of the plant and say ii will prove on. of the best In tho en tiro West From 7 o'clock yrsterday morning until 7 this morning, just 1,200 tons of sugar beets wero reduced to sugar of the finest quality. The plant has a dally capacity at present of 600 tons, but this can be increased with very little expense to 800 tona should It b found necessary. The factory will be In opentioB night and day until the season has closed, and from 160 to 175 men will be employed. When the factory started yesterday morning there were 2,000 tons of beets In the sheds, and today s long line of farm wagons loaded with beets are arriving at the plant from an directions. The company hu contracted for 5,000 aorea of beets, which will net them from 85,000 to 00,000 tons." The average prtco ftar beets is $3, ant the amount of money which wfll be dis tributed among the fnnnexa tUs jrer will be from 125,000 to $460,000. The officers of the company am "W. D, Hoovir, president Benjamin Boa tell, vice president; A. C, Adams eeo retary and treasurer. went into Buell & Lemaster'a drug store, corner Bartges and South Mala sts. He carried sax umbrella and act ed as though he was In a great hurry, "My wife is very sick," he sold to, tho clerk, "and I must hare some things right away." He ordered s hit water bottle and a few other artkles, and several times while tho clerk was getting them he urged him to hurry. He offered a check on the Akroa Grocery Co., for $12, In payment. Knowing that the man was In a mn ry, the olerk made a race for th. money drawer and made the change, giving the stranger $10 in good sfltool eons and the articles he had ordered. "R. Park" went out, and nert mora. Ing Buell & Lemaster found the arti cles he bad obtained, in the yard at the u-ear of their store, where he bad probably thrown them ngbt aftoi leaving tho store. Another stranga thing In tie caw is the factthat Mr. Baum and Mr. Howard Rempes, Buell ts Lemaster'a clerk, each give a different descrip tion of the swindler, though the eam'a name was on each of the checks. Thq police believe that "R, Park" was on of the cleverest swindlers that lhaa ever worked in Akron, and they'thlnk that he is many miles away by this time. Bon Alii Requires only a little wa ter and slops are avoided. Al . . .. .j -.. i MJ ,.l'W , ..'