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Games In Akron Saturday. E. A. A. C Beat Niles 28 to 0. Buchtcl Was Snowed Under by Woostcr. Among those who saw tlio footbnll jjnrao Saturday nftcrnoon between tlio Nllcs team nnd tlio Enst Akton, there was almost as much pity for the losers jib there was enlhusinsin for the winners, for tho NIlcs team was very hopclossly light and out of lis claps, and the match should in reality not have been made at all. East Akron scored almost when over It took n notion, and that tjio score was oven as small as It was when tho gnmo ended was the surprising part of It all. Tho two halves weio probably tho hardest that the Nlles team had ever been In, nnd when tho smoke had cleared nwny, tho scoro was 28-0, in favor of Enst Akron. The visitors were conllnunlly being knocked out, but nfter being bolstered nnd rubbed ' they always continued tho gnme, with ono exception. Tho exception was Trigg, night halfback, who cracked a collar bono at tho very last scrimmage in the first half of the game. Ho was replaced in the second half by Thomas. Kenton played at right half, for tho first time this season, nnd he sliowed more attention to the rules of practice than did the regular half, as a usual thing. Kenton has a faculty of remem bering his interference, and ho stuck to t doner thai) a brother for several big gains. Hlbba was in tlio gnme, too, playing right guard with much vjgor, and showing that East Akron's rcsorvo Is not out of (ho gamo becauso it cannot play fast football. Illbbs did royally, and s did Kenton. East Ak ron has as good a band of extra players an the regular team, and should they be needed, there is no doubt thnt they will bo "there with the goods." Blttnor, Volk, Stephens nnd Kenton did tho running with tho ball and tholr TVtork was almost equally good. Onco Blttncr btielicd clear through tho op posing lino and made a wild dash of nearly 20 yards, without any Interfer ence nt all, before downed. There were 000 peoplo there, and tho day was an Ideal ono for tho gamo. Tho line up: Nlles 0. East Akron 28. Armstrong 1 o -.Yorriclc Dubrock 1 t ......... Bndur Howe 1 g Shaffer iWTiptstono c Eaves Bowter r g Bmlth Jones r t Illbbs "Webb ........... ro Voile Gilbert q ............ Colley Trgg and Thomas ir h Kenton Evans 1 h Stephens Houghton f Blttncr Touchdowns Stephens 2, Blltner2, Volk. Goals Volk H. Referee and umpire ltogors and Kavauagh. Time keopors Jukes and Krohmer. Incs menTaylor and Drowu. Time of halve 20 and IB minutes. Attondanec 000. .. BUOHTEL-0. WOOSTER-50. Outweighed. Outplayed. These two words toll tho history of thr worst defeat over administered to tholiomo team in thohlslnry of football In Akrpn. Woostcr university was tho tCHm which got tho big end of the pot, nnd Buchtel was the eleven which held pair of deuces in tho Jackpot nt tho i-howdowii., about 5 o'clock, Saturday n,fternoon. A crowd of Woostcr fitu dents accompanied tho team and they did nil tho yelling. It was very evident nftor play began that Buchtel wns not tho equal of Woostcr, tho ennnuoror of Mt, Union nnd Heidelberg. Wooster's Interference was porfeot, her backs run well, and" tlmo nnd again shook olt Buchtel tackleis. Jxmg runs wero tho older of the day nnd they weio inado ohlolly around tho I 1 Wanted ! I fc I 20 GOOD MEN I jv H To work on M if w Market st. Sewer 3 I .$2.00 - I t I M. O'TOOLE, I 'h' m On West Market at. I left end. Doyle was hurt early In tho game and Durr played plticklly, but ho w9 boxed up "tlmo"niid again. Thomas nt tho other end played a great gamo. At times a Buchtel man would break through and tacklo the back for n loss, but Woostcr would mnko up for this by a long run on tho next piny, de spite Uio fnct that they wero beaten by an overwhelming score, Buchtel never quit, and was playing n fiercer gamo nt tho end than at tho start In fact, In tho last five minutes of play, Buchtel held her own with Woostcr. (The line-up Bucbtcl-0. Woostcr-450. Doyle, Crist and Durr ..I c Actors Rosa ......-. 1 t Todd Miller and Swnnson... ........ lg Tnto , O'Ncll and Gayer c ..... Johnson ir. Knight ....... r g llnymnn Kltchthorno .... r t... Smith Thomas ..!... r o -. .Lucas Mlhllls nnd M. Knight q -.... ...Curry Pitkin 1 li .. Lovett PnrHhnll, Blown and Crcager rli -...-..-. Wallace Abbey and Weary t Miller Touchdowns Abbey 1, Miller 1, Wal lace 4, Lovett 0, Lucas 1. Goals from touchdowns Lucas 0. "Umpire nnd referee, alternating Guesch nnd Car ter. Time of halves 25 minutes. PERRY QUEENAN KNOCKED OUT. Senttle, Wa., Nov. lO.-Befc Turner knocked out Perry Queennn in the eighth lound hero Krldny night. A right jolt to tho jaw ended tho fight UAUD BEATEN BY LAUBSCHER. Met Hard, the old lime local pool player, went a little out of his depth Friday night, when ho took on a mntch gamo with Low Laubscher of Cleveland. Laubscher defcntul him nt Ellis' pool room lnBcdford.by a score of 150 to 80 balls. It is said to havo been an interesting game, and n num ber of pool players from Clcvolnnd and Bedford saw It. NO NEED OP DISCOURAGEMENT. In spito of tlio measure of tho de feat that wna recohed by Buchtcl'B football boys Sntmdny, there should bo nothing In it to discourage them greatly. Woostcr's team wns com posed of men much older nnd much stronger nd much hcnvlor than the homo boys, nnd wns also composed of veteran players, who had mado their marks in other years on Woos tcr's nnd on other tennis. Bnchtel's team Is composed of youngsters who hnvo, most of them, not plnyed tho game long, and havo their achieve ments nil in tho rutin p. Saturday's defeat on tho othor hand, should convince tho plnyers nt Buchtel thnt in order to do them selves nnd tho school which is back ing thorn justice, they must practice conscientiously, nnd pay moro real at tention to tho efforts or Conch Fire stono. As long ns very smnll por tions of tho footbnll sqund ore all that can he gnthercd on tho gridiron dally for practice, Buchtel can expect to bo beaten just ns badly as it was Sat urday. Got togethor. ENGLISHMAN CHALLENGES JENKINS. Now York, Nov. 0-.Too Cnrroll, cbnmplon of England nnd Ireland, has accepted Tom Jenkins' challenge for n match. Carroll Agrees to nny terms offered by Jenkins, but Insists that all holds miiRt bo allowed. Dnn Me Kclilck, who looks nfter Cnrroll's in terests, wild tonight bo wns ready to cover Jenkins' foifolt of $1,000 nnd nrrnngo the details for n mntch ns soon ns Jenkins 'says so, TIM KEARNS KNOCKED OUT CARRIG. Chicago, Nov. 10. Tim Kenrns, of Boston, knocked out Jack Cnrrlg, of Olean, N. Y, horo Saturday night In tho fourth round of what wns to havo been n six-round bont. It wns Kenrns' fight, nil tho wny, Cnrrlg being knock ed out In tho second round. In ono of tho preliminaries Morr.s Rnijch, of this city, n short tlino ngo one of tho best bantamweights in tho countirj'i wns knocked out in tho sec ond round by Johnny Kelly, a com parntlvo noyce. Tho noxt gamo of tho Most Akron Athletic club football tenm will bo out side of town. The tonni will go to De troit Friday night, and will play tho Detroit A. O. tenm n return gamo thore Saturday, East Akron hml rather nn easy tlino with tho Detroit tenm hero, but Jt is oxpocted thnt thero will bo a illffciont story to tell, when tho tenniB meet on Detroit's gridiron. Tho gnmt hero wns easy enough, howover, eo thnt tho victory should ntlll go to East Akron. It Is not ttnown whotlior Delta .will be nblo to. get Into tho gnme by thnt tlmo, but tlioro nro n number of Biibstltute who are doing excellently, Qhd tho team wiltfbo weakened, yery Httlo, Jf any, If Delta ehould hnppon to bo laid out, OORBETT !AND RIOE 'AGAIN! MATCHED. Niw Haven, Conn., Nov. 10. X Corbott and Austin Rice In tliia city match, wo flrritujjtfl Jtwten Xounj Don't Be Foolish ! Tour landlord won't giro you free house rent when you nro OLD, BEGIN NOW to be come your own landlord by paying .$5.00 down nnd $4.00 to $0.00 per month, on ond of our Itubbar Workers' Allot ment lots. They nro located corner Enst Exchange and Fountain sts. THE WEST miX IAHD COMPAItT Suite 336 Hamilton Bid?. G. F. KASCH, Mgr Snturdny night. Tho men agreed to fight 20 rounds before tho club offering tho largest purse. Tho date was not fixed. NAVIES ABB WINNERS. Tho Navies bent tho East Akron Tigers in a red hot game of footbnll Saturday on tho West Hill grounds by n score of 12 to 0. Tho Navies' aver ago 130 pounds in weight nnd havo not been scored ngolnst this season. Their lino up Is ns follows: R. Stahll, cj M. Early, r.g.; W. De- Witt, l.g.; J. Carderelll, r.t; O. Wil liams, 1. t.( K. Mclor, r. c.; B. Phythlnn, 1. e.; J. Henry, q.; F. McKnrlnnd, r.h.; J. Whitney, l.h,.; B, McCormlck, f.b. SMITH LED. His Was the Largest Vote on the County Ticket. Ah wns predicted by a good many Rcpubllcnna tho official count of labt Tuesday's vote bhows that Fred E. Smith, for treasurer, was nt tho head of tho county ticket when the results enmo In. He also ran nhend of tho state ticket by about 200. A number of beta woio placed on Smith's plur ality. COYLE To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Coylo, 402 South Forgo st, Nov. 0, a son, MONTGOMERY-To Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Ai. Montgomery, 212 Bluff st, Nov. 7, -u dnughter, SWIFT To Mr. nnd Mrs. Rudolph Swift. 200 BoulovnrdoNov. 4, a daugh ter. TULTjY To Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tul ly, 211 Buckoye st, Nov. 8, a daugh ter. REUKKRT-To Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Rcukcrt, 100 Oakdnle ave., Nov. 7, a son. PAUSCH To Mr. nnd Mrs. Her man Pausch, 1720 South Main st.Nov. 0, a son. DORAN To Mr. nnd Mrs. J, P. Do iim, 109 Merrlman st, Nov. 5, a son. Rally Well Attended. Tho nnnuni rnlly of the First Church of Christ wus hold Sunday morning. Itov. J. G. Slnyter prenched a sermon on church attendance, Tho congre gation was lurgo. Some Well-Known Men Who Own Fast Horses IIkHMf iWw' jTk'BI AfcRO"NDAILV democrat gggWM I I I COUNCIL TO THE "WHOLE THING." This Relates Only to Shape For New Tho matter of redlstrlctlng tho city of Akron Into seven wards will como before Council at Its meeting Nov. 17,J nnd it Is likely thnt a special commit- teo will bo appointed to got the work started. This' means that the new Couu ell will bo composed of 11 members, with its president having the right to vote only In cases of a tie. Soven of tho Councllmcn will bo elected from wnrds, nnd three, ns well ns tho presi dent, by tho city at largo. The Coun. cllnien will each rccelvo not lets then $1D0 n year, nnd tho president, who will be Lieutenant Mayor, will, of course, got moro. The present Chief Incentive, Mnyor Doyle, will not havo the right to veto any acts of tho present Council, while It Is ledlstrlctlng tho city under iho provisions of tho new code. This opln Ion wa's given Monday by Solicitor Esgate. Tho present council will bo tho "wholo thing" in adjusting tho affairs of tho city to tho provision of John D. RockefefSer Bs Identified With Beef Trust John D. Rockefeller Jsproinlnentl y identified with the new nnd greater bef trust Tliough so rich now that h o docs not know within many thou sands of dollars wJint' ho Is worth fro m day to dny, his new connection will add much to his fortune. When New Officers It hns not yet been settled when Mr. CUnt W. Kline, tho newly elected Clerk of Courts, will tnko charge of tho offico. At the Inst session of tho legislature, tho terms of tho County Clerks of Courts were extended six mouths, but Attorney Geneial Sheets says "this does uot npply to persons now holding such otllces. Clerk Her ahoy, howener, Is inclined to bellovo that It docs. If the. opinion of tho Attorney General holds good, Mr. Kline will tnke his olllco abbutMho first of noxt August; if not ho will hnvo to wnit until January, 1004. Others elected KODOL dlgosts what you oat KODOL cleanses, purifies, . . strengthens and sweet ens the stomach. KODOL cures Indigestion, dys- pepsla, and all stomach and bowel troubles. KODOL accelerates the action o( 2 the gastric glands and gives tone to the digestive organs, KODOL re"8VM an overworked i stomach of.all nervous strain, gives to. the heart a full, free and untrammeled action, nourishes the nervous svstem and feeds the brain. KODOL ,s 'ho wnder'ul remedy . that Is maklng-so many sick people welband weak people strong by giving to their bodies all ot the nourishment that Is contained In the food they eat, Your Dealer Ctn Supply Yon. Dottles onlr. J 1 .00 Silo holilne 2V4 timet tho trial il;o,,(tfhlCh sells for 50c. NtErAUD ONLY Bf K,C, SWXTT4,A CO., CHICAQO 9! ttf BE Getting City Affairs In Government. tho now code. It will fix tlio snlnrlca of nil tho officers of tho city, nnd havo everything In readiness for tho now codo to go Into effect about tho sec ond Olondny In May. Tho present Council will got to work on theso mat ters on.th'o 17th of this month, nnd the first duty taken up will bo the rodls trlctlng of tho city. The first election under tlio new codo will bo held on the first Monday In April, lOoX and all appointments nro to Iro .made not later than the first Monday In June. It will bo necessary to elect 11 Coun cllmcn, a 'MnyoV, Trensuror, Auditor, Solicitor nnd members of tho Board ot Public Service, (number to bo fixed by Council). Tho rest of tho positions will 1)0 filled by appointments, made prln cjpnlly by tho Mayor. Tlio Tollco court arrangement will remain about ns It Is now. The Mnyor will bo police judge, but the City So licitor will bo prosecutor, In addition to his other duties. WiBI Take Charge of Their Jobs November 4, will tnko chnrgb of their ofilccs on the folowing dntcs: Louis II. Winch will become u circuit judge on Kobruary 0; William Pardee will becomo rrobato Judge in January; Jarcd Barker will bo mado Sheriff in tho Barao month; Philip Wagoner will start on a second term ns County Coiumlslsonor next September, nnd Dr. L. B. Hujnphioy will become Coroner at tile samo tlmo; Fied E. Smith will go Into (Ijo Trensurcr's office in September nnd John Soweis will tnko charge of the Recorders office on tho first Mou day in .September. Doctors Going (o Canton. A numbor of Akron doctors will at tend tho' quarterly meeting of tho Union Medical nssoclntlon of North eastern Ohio In Canton, toinorrow, leaving, o tho 8:10 a.m. car. Dr. I. C. Rankjn will read nn essay nnd Dr. 0, E, Norrls will lend n discussion. Lnqo curtains, blankets, iullts and conifoulcrs washed carefully. City Laundry 1063 S. Mnln st. People's Phone 912 Queen (SL Crescent ROUTE Excellent Through Service from Cincinnati to AI Important Southern Cities. W. W, DVNNAVANT, T. . .. CltVtllND, O. w. I, MOf nr w, c. nmt.ioan. cn'l, han, oinniM,,,, OINOINN&TI. ' ' DESERVED The Defeat Which Came to Him. "Norton lias Not Been With the Party," Says the Democratic State Chairman. Columbus, Q-. ,Nov. 10 W. J. Frey, chairman of tho Democratic State Centrnl committee, In nn' authorized in terview here, ' declared thnt Congress man Norton, of tlio Thirteenth district deserved the defeat ndmlnlstcred last Tuesday. Ho said further thnt, in nis opinion, Tom Johnson had no deslro to run for the Governorship, but that his nmbltlon is td make tho raco for tho Presidency. Chnirninn Frey aald: "Tho dofent of 'Doc' Norton lu tho Thirteenth district for Congress wns a good thing for tlio party. Norton hns not been with the party for a number of years. He has placed personal con siderations above his party. He has been the chief tax agent of tho Bait! moro & Ohio railroad for years, nnd tho pooplo of the district nre tired of it. Ho wns defeated! and ho ought to hnve been defeated. Such dofeats are good for the party and teach a jesson. "Tho greatest loss the Democrats suf fered in the recent election wns in Hnmllton county, where the Demo cratic Executive committee nnd the Mclean-Bcrnnrd men lay down or fought the ticket. I bcllcvo the result would havo been different If Johnson had not made, his open attack upon Mc Lean prior to his golpg, to Cincinnati, but his visits thtre scarcely made tho matter worse. "I do not regard Johnson as n candi date for Govornor next year or for Senator. I regard him as a candidate for President. J do not .think Johnson wnnts to run for Governor." Congressman. Norton, who wns called by telephone at his home In Tiffin, nf ter Mr. Frey hnd submitted to the in terview quoted, scored both Mr. Frey nnd Mnyor Johnson. "He's a d r-dfool," said ho of Mr. Frey. "I attribute my defeat to too much Johnsonlsm. Then agnln I contend with tho questlonnblo notions of Chnir man Frey and tho total lack of sup port from the state committee, which ought to be accorded to any candi date." Johnson spoke, in nearly every part of Norton's district and Congressman Norton thinks this cost him hundreds of votes. Norton says ho regards tho attitude of Chairman Frey as "abso lutely crlmlnnft' TO HUNT BEAR. President Will Start oi His Trip Tomorrow, Washington, Nov. JO. President Roosevelt stnrtA for his benr hunting trip In Mississippi tomorrow. He will be the guest of Governor Long view, of Mississippi. They will hunt till Nov, 10 when the President will go to Memphis to take part in flie reception of Gov, Luk'e Wright of tho Philippines. Bead Democrat Xiner Columns. A Late; Picture of Mayor Tom L. Johnson SggSJS ' TJe,ab,oye picture shows , ' MOXDAT, NOV. 10, 1003. THIRD DAY Two Days Remain of A. B. Smith's Sale of Second-' Hand Pianos and Organs. - You havo tomorrow and Wdnosday. to take advantage of my special sale of one-third values In used pianos and organs. The entire front paTlor Isold out, not ono Instrument loft in It, ind nt least half of tho splendid bargains are gono. This snlo Is just as successful no the one two weeks ago of pianos from my outsldo agencies, but you must come early tomorrow or Wednesday, or It will bo goodbyo as far as this opportunity is concerned. Numbers of peoplo nro exchanging tholr old instruments for those new ones at one-third prices. There nro nbout twenty of them left out of fifty. I nra going to clean them all out.' $2.00 to $30.00. Hero is your chance. Store open evenings. Terms to ,sult you. A. B. SMITH H 220 S. Main st. Akron, 0. WERE STILL GOOD FRIENDS William and Charles Couldn't Understand How It Happened That They Got to Fighting. "I don't know how we happened to have nny trouble," snid Wllllnm Car ney to the Mnyor, Monday morning1, when he and Charles MoCarthy were arraigned for disorderly conduct. Offi cer Sherman Franco had separated them while they were fighting very viciously In Orleans ave., Saturday night. McCarthy's fnce was badlyy damaged, when they appeared. Monday, morning, but Carney was without a mnrk. "McCarthy and I are tho best oi friends," exclaimed Carney. "W hnve always been good friends, and never had a bit of trouble. After we were bailed out yesterday, McCarthy wag up to my house and wo caino down here to court together this morning. We had been drinking Saturday night. and I suppose wo had some kind of m quarrel." McCarthy coincided In what Car ney said. They were fined $3 and costs each. Thomas Blankenshlft was fined $3 and costs for assault and battery on Wilford Robinson. Blankenshlft saia that Robinson had been talking about his sister. "I accused him of it and ho denied it," said Blankenshlft, "Then I hit him." Boblnson told tlm Rnmn story as h(s assailant,, but he denied having talked about Blankcnshlft'a sister. Robinson had a badly batter ed and lnflumed eye, where ho had been struck. Morion Hames, James Brady and James Flynn, were fined $2 nnd costs ench for intoxicntlon ' Our lino of flno furs nre superior) In quality and much lower In price. Byrlder Bros. Lm. 'Mayor Johnson In bbj office. 'rr ti.- . ' EI. . .,fTLjij&&.iM - i tiV 'titfiti. tfkSM&jj.,. . ' -jrBFfftEr I fri" IBM Uu.'jiMii.yA. SjSXtxk,s&: imminLiiimmiumi9m .,xiM 'liwwmww.', &SCksMHflllMNK i.iyfr&w .mm&mm.