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(MONDAY NOV. 10, 1002.
VSt RATES Chas. F. Murphy Is Also "Sowing Wood. .What Shall We : Have for Dessert? "' This quesUon arises la tlio family every day. Let us answer It to-day. Try Jell-Q, A delicious and healthful dessert. Pre pared in two minutes. No boiling I no baking add boiling water and set to cool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp berry and Strawberry. Get a packago tX your grocers to-day. 10 cts. PYTHIAN iSHREDDED AKRON DAILY DEMOCRAT For 'Phone Ser vice Rising. Cleveland Will Feel the Change First But Akron May Be Included Before Long. By-Laws Will Not Be Changed. Tiffin Daughters of Lib crty Visited Akron. Sons of St. George Will Change Meeting Place. CUIT tion of o dicers for tho ensuing year will occur soon. If 11 mmi- Do You Want To Borrow Money at Rates You Can Afford to Pay? THE PATHFINDER. Tho following lodges wcro organized during the past week, Ewell, Tex., Then como In and ask us how much pcrry ixnlgo, Now Lexington; Noble ticIdo. Uconlor. Hid. Lnrco additions ,wcrc noted for tho lodges at Mnrion, foti can cot by naying back 52.CO each montu lor ja inouuin. i3.25 encli month for 12 months. 34.75 each month for 12 mouths. $5.00 cadi month for 12 months. $7.B0 each month for 12 months. 59.BO each month for 12 months. 511.50 ench month for 12 months. (12.00 each month for 12 months. $15.80 each month for 12 months. 517.50 each month for 12 months. $20.50 each month for 12 months. $22.50 each month for 12 months. $25.00 ench month for 12 months. 'Wo lonn money In any amount from 810.00 to $500.00, on Household goods, Insurance Policies, Horses, Wagons, Corrlngcs, etc., at lower rates and for longer time than any other loan com pany In tho city. Wo also loan on ril estate, the akron sEotmrrr & loan COMPANY, Hell 87. Nathan M. Berk. People's 85. 193 S. Howard St. I.W. HARPER KENTUCKY WHISKEY Ind., Limn, O., and Adn, O. Lima Lodge had a social during the week which netted them an amount sufilcient to pay for their team outfit A class of fifteen members were Initiated at Ada, Ohio. Ada papers and those of Marion, Ind. refer to tho Pathfinder Lodges as being tho leading social organization in their respective cities. Brother 10. S. Lawrence' is meeting wlh great success in Canton, and ex pects to organize nbout Nov. 20. Brother 8. B. Gclsur Is doing good work in Cincinnati, rapidly adding to tho Pathfinder membership In that city. Work along the lino for tho winter months Is In good shape and Tho Path finder Incrcnso between now and spring promises to be very large. Now Is the best time tor social events and tlioy are aiding to a considerable extent the securing of new members. At tho meeting of Akron lodge Monday night, inpproprlnto resolutions were passed on tho death of Sister Elizabeth Peck ham, who died on October 21st Other business of Interest to members -was transacted and a good meeting held. K. O. T. M. The card party given by Unity Di vision, No. M, last Thursday evening In Tip Top hall was very well attend ed. All enjoyed themselves hugely. Tho social committee nlways strives to havo none go away dissatisfied. Good prizes wcro nwnrdod as usual. Next Thursdny evening, Nov. 13, Is the reg. ular drill night and tho captain re quests eveiy Sir Knight to bo present. Tills is tho last drill before Nov. 18, at which time an exhibition drill will bo given on Main st. in front of Tip Top hall. Supreme and Great Camp olllcers will bo present. Every Sir Knight Is otdercd to be on hand early that opening In full dress. No drill will bo held Nov. 27, nccount of tho holiday. 'for Gentlemen1 who cherish, Quality. (J) a Shingles At Botton Prices I IIMDCD ! cvc,y form nnd LUMDCn kind, Estimates on buildings solicited. Anything from n coal house or cottage to a man sion. THE N, G, WILSON LUMBER CO., Botli telephones. i. o. r. m. Saranne tribo kindled its council fire last Thursday sleep, when one palo face was Instructed In the mysteries of the Adoption degree; also one applica tion received. Next Thursday sleep there will bo work in the Warrior's degree. Tho team will please take no tice Noxt Monday sleep our Great Junior Bagamoro will visit Summit tribo and tho chiefs of Snranac will report at tho wigwam of Summit, on this occasion. Our warriors and braves havo decided on thp capture of several palo faces and arc now hot on the trail which insures plenty of work for tho next mooif. Chas. F. Murphy, a Tammany hall leader, is not saying much since the election of last week. Tammany, how ever, Is still very much a factor in New York politics. m watt MONEY IT'S A HANDY THING TO HAVE AROUND THE HOUSE. We Loan In Any Amount on Anything of Value. LOANS CAN BE RETURNED IN SMALL EASY PAYMENTS. Why bo annoyed with a number of small bills, when you can get the money bf us at convenient terms and pay them all nit at once? All transac tions strictly private. No roferenco required. Our rates aio tho lowest. Wo al'o innku loans on Insurance policies and conduct a legular pawn ing business at lowest terms. AMERICAN LOAN & IN VESTMENT CO. BIO S. Howard t-t. Henry Kraus, Trcas. People's 'Phone, 110(1. DAUGHTERS OK LIBERTY. Columbln Council, No. 21, had a good attendance nt last meeting and there was room for a few more, the scats not being crowded nt all. Blank ap plications for membership wcro called for and onu application received which wns referred to the investigating com mittee. Sisters Maggie McCaslIn nnd Gulden, were reported sick, also Brother Golden. Visiting members of No. 20, of Tlllln wero present nnd welcome. It was decided that No. 21, D. of L,, should give an entertainment and serve light refreshments on Monday evening, Nov. 10, and Invito Summit council, O. U. A. M. nnd nil Jr. O. U. A. M. and nil ex-members of the Jr. O. U. A. M. to be present nt the Forester's hall on East Market st at 7 p. m. to meet Stato Organizer. B. F. Lcntz, of Tiflln. Ho eoines hero to organize n council of the Jr. O. U.iiA. M. and would like to meet as many as ho can by this means. A good time Is oxpected, nnd tkcro will bo no chargo for admission. A special Invitation Is extended to all ex-membrs and thoso lnterestd In standing by the principles of the order. SONS OF ST. GEOltOE. Akron lodgo held Its regular meeting Wednesday evening. The attendance was good and much business wns trans. acted. Invitations nro out for u spe cial mnetlng to be hold Nov. 12. Social enjoyment will bo tho featurq of tho evening. K. of II. hall, over 110 S. Howard st. will he ho meeting plnee of Akron lodge after next week. Tho first and third Wednesdays will bo ?( voted exclusively to lodgo business, tho second nnd fourth to social and liter ary pursuits. r The OhlO Laundry Makes hluu Mondays turn bright. Family washings wash ed clean niul cheap. O. L. MATME, Prop. 405 E. Exchange st. Doth phonos 729 1 I Doth phonos 729 J V. . . j W ' 1 1 hf I Wanted!! i;t on nnnn mem ' , i To work on M j v I W. Market st. Sewer E li' I'Cpnn fob a, hours B U ' Apply to tho Contractor. M p '$ i I M. O'TOOLE, I '" : : ' I Or West Market st. I S ' ' aH aH 'I ' '-'" at Portago Path. it'v ' r , 'HHHHH i - r A- a ft Vi.4. PYTHIAN SISTEUHOOn. Loulsn Assninltly met in regular ses. slon Saturday ovenlng, Nov. 3, with a very good attendance. The second de grco was conferred on ono candidate. The captain of tho team wants a full attendanro of tho team members at tho next meeting, as there Is work to bo done and tho teaui must drill. There will bo a social Thursday ovenlng, Nov. Ill, nt tho homo of Mrs. Gcorgo Stick noy, No 202 Toney st. Everybody Is invited. Tho social comraltteo has a good surprise. THE CHEVALIERS, As predicted, tho soclnl hold by Ak ron Castle No. 1, on last Wednesday ovenlng, was a success In every sense of tho word, there was a very 'large at, tendance and a more congenial crowd never assembled in tho K. O. T. M. hall. An excellent program had been prepared, and each ono did udmlrnbly. Tho music rendered by the Billings or chestra, was appreciated by all; while tho recitations given by Miss Clara Smith, A. L. Lynds, nnd Harold Smith, and tho vocal solo by Mr. Penroso wcro exceptionally good, nnd wero heartily received. The sale of the lunch boxes was an enjoyable feature of the even ing, and our Past Noble Chevalier II. V. Egbort was a groat success as auction eer. After tho contents of tho boxes had been well disposed of, dancing was participated In by tho young people All present reported having a most en joyable time, and we aro assured that tlioy will all bo with us again. Do not forget tho trip to Lorain. Tho scats aro nearly nil reserved, but a fow are still vacant, and wo would in vito all who can to mako an effort to Join In tills hoppy crowd, as a good time is assured. Seo E. T. Jones regarding the tickets. Members of tho team aro urged to bo present at the meeting on next Weil ncsday night without full. L. O.' T. M. Regular meeting of Busy Bee hive, No. 35, Tuesday evening, Nov. 11, at 7 o'clock in the K. O. Ty M. hall in tho Abbey block. All mombers who have not paid October duos stand suspend ed; also all llfo benefit members who havo not paid assessment No. 07, stand susponded, and It not paid by Nov. 10, delinquents must bo reexoni- led before thoy can be reinstated. As sessment No. 08, duo Nov. 1, must bo paid by thu last. Union review Tues. day ovenlng, Nov. 18 In tho K. 0. T. M. hall In tho Abbey block. Sanford's lecture. On Nov. 19 MePher son lodgo will give u caid party and to this are Invited all members of tho or der, their ladies and fi lends. Do not forget tho dates Brother Sanford on Nov. 13, and card social on Nov. 10. O. V. A. M. Summit Council opened in regular session JTrlday evening with a fair at tendance. Routine business was gono through with, nnd other small mutters taken carp of. Many brothers havo promised to bring up applications for next meeting, about seven in all, and it is hoped that there will be a good at tendance next Friday night, to give these matters .their attention. Arrange ments wero also made for the trip to . . i- c-.l .... . .IM I.Vt. 41,ft . meeting there was one Initiation, and after closing there was an entertnln ment glv6n; which was well attended, nboi)tjl25 bping present. A nice lunch wns' served by the social committee, and all went home well pleased. There1 will be work nt the next meeting. W. V. R. IT. The, next regular meeting of the W. V. It. TJ. will be Thursday, Nov. 13. Each member is requested to bring a lunch nnd como in tho morning to the hull to finish the quilt that was started at Sister Merchant's. Thoso who did not como missed a treat, for the day was enjoyed by about 20 who respond ed to tho call. Don't forget the nexe in NO FIRE N. 0. T. Car Stoves, Mr. McCarty Wanted Franchise Revoked. r-niitnn ftiturdav evenlnc. Eor tho , meeting una como .,, benefit of tljose who did not go to Can ton it may bo said here that It w.as an excellent convention full of business, and well attended. The next conven tion will be held at Akron next Satur day night Tho Insurance question will positively bo settled at th'ls convention. Ict there bo a good attendance at tho next meeting to make arrangements for Uio entertainment of the convention. ' K. & L. of H. Agenda lodge meets In regular scs slop. Tuesday ovenlng. Wo wish to be gin team work soon, so nil members bo present to start tho work. Wo expect to hear from our sister society of K. & L-foC II., which will so much aid us In tlie work in Akron. I. O. O. V. Summit lodgo will confer the first degreo Nov. 10. Every member of the team is expected to bo present and as many more as possibly can. On last Monday night Summit lodge appointed a committee to get up nu entertainment in the near future and thon, when every member of Summit lodge is present dates will bo fixed to visit tho different lodges in Akron nnd vicinity that can be reached by street cars. They ex pect to havo a good social time this winter. Buy Dannemlller's Eagle r.nffcp. In 1 Dound packages. The best in the market. Look for 'a valuable, prize In each package. FIRST Public Session of Loyal Legion. One Conductor Placed Arrest. Under SONS QV VETERANS. Akron Camp, No. 27, Sons of Veter ans, had u vory Interesting meeting Thursday evening. The camp has made arrangements to meet every Thurslay ovenlng for tho balance of tho year and it Is hoped that nil brothers who wero not present at tho hist meeting will mako n special note of tills. Tho clec- TONSIUNE Is n rorfoot family remedy for taro cllteoaoi Horo Throat, Boro Mouth nnd tiulniy culokly ylola to Its virtue, Ills niy 810 ad tedious la 1U CURES but Rlvei almost instant roller. Toniiiina Is onltroly harmless. It stands alone as n roniarliablo and modern euro for SORE THROAT and all similar troubles, 8S AND BOO AT ALL DRUGGISTS, inn TOUBItlNIJ CO. OAtlTOK, Oi KNIGHTS OV PYTHIAS. Tho last convention ofMcPherson lodgo was devoted to business and tho reports of Brothers E, L. lAUIng nnd S. N. Wilson on their Washington ex peilcnces. Thoy spoko nt consldeinblo length and gavo Interesting and instruc tive accounts of what they saw and learned In tho blrthplaeo of Pythian Ism. Bro. Ailing had the pleasure of meeting several of tho first members, of the ordor and, obtained much valu able Information concerning the early days of Pythlanlsm. T)io question of abolishing the snted sick benotlts was thoroughly discussed1 apd as a result tho by-laws on: this -subject will not bo changed so that tho mlndB of tlinso who were disturbed by this discussion may now be at regt Tho rainy weath er last Wednesday ovenlig provented n number from going to Tallmadge with Deputy G. O. Bill. .Only Bros. 0. II. Morgan and IT, iv.'Kgbert reported for tt.o trip and they.roport having spent n very pleasant tUijev Thurhday, Nqv? 13, thd lodge will open at 7 p. m., for u short sosslon nnd nt 7:45 p. m. Hpn. ;IL 0, Sanford will give his delightful' nddreRs upon his Eutopeiin trip. To;thls.nro invited all K, IVs and tliclrsfa,ro'jl)9and nlso all others who moy be Interested la Bro. MODERN WOODMEN. Harmony camp'hbldlts regular meqt. lug last Wednesday " A good attend ance was a feature. The new team1 gave tho first degreo nndwlll put on the second next week., fBlght'iidw-appllen. tlons wcro tecelved nndieloctcd to mom. bcrship. Tho soclal'commltlee report ed that they would give a dance in threo .weeks. ' Now, boys, turn'out nnd sc tho new team work. From now on the nights aro cool and jou can 'find a good warm corner In the hall. Wo -always havo plenty of room for visiting neighbors. By special request nil neighbors will bo suro nnd attend this meeting. Bring your policies so they .can bo sealed with tho local seal. Tho Modern Woodmen of America havo the largest member ship of any Insurance order In tho Unit, ed States, having 720,000 beneficial mombers and nbQUt,'30,WK) social mem hers In 21 states.- JThoy also leave out all cities of 200,000c ,' New Organization Starts Successfully. Out The 'first educational session of the Loyal Legion of Labor wns held Sun day' afternoon In the Second Baptist church, ' Addresses wero given liy Dr. F. II. Siiuon, Mr. I' B. Lancaster, Mi)M.,Thouias DlHon, and Mrs. L. Rob inson., Musical selections wero ren dered by Misses Hattlo Lancaster nnd Eva Hawkins. Mr. F. E. Jackson presided at tho meeting. Tho Ravenna council was (represented by Mrs. A. I Hciison. A reception wns tendcied her Sunday ovenlng, by Mrs. Chas. PIggrnm, Tho' Loyal Legion of Labor starts out well In Akron, nnd Is bound to result In good to its members. (Special 'Correspondence.) Barbcrton, Nov. 10. Bang! It was not tho report of a gun that sounded, but a ponderous lawbook slammed down on the City Solicitor's desk by Councilman MpCarty made tho noise. It almost shattered the desk. "I want you to look at that section of tho law,'.' said City Father Mc Carty In couimandlng tones to Solic itor Baker. McCarty was hot because tho N. O. T. cars were cold, or rather because there wfis nq fire In the car stoves. The Solicitor calmly sat In his chair and smoked and did not rend tho section. He told McCarty that if tho cars were not sufficiently heated the conductors could bo arrested un dor tho ordinance. (Forthwith McCarty called in Offi cers Swaslck, Boorstler and Wcrntz nnd wnnted to have every conductor arrested and placed In durnnco vile in the Posey house, But this did not happen and street car traffic In'Bar- lwrton was not suspended for want of men to run the cars. Ono conduc tor was arrested and told to appear before "Mayor Buel Monday morning. Piles L. Oi T.'M. Independent hlvo will meet In reg ular review Wednesday ovenlng, Npv 12. AH ladles aro requested to be pres ent as tho captain will have tho team to drill. Assessment C8 Is dm', nnd a fow ladles have not paid these dues. Lndles pleoso bear In mind that you are In arrears and not entitled to bene fits, Tho Hlvo Sewing society will mcot at tho homo of Lady Sidoncmnz Nov. 10 all day. Al ladles should 4ry to be on hand early and don't forget to bring your lunch. Stepped Against a Hot Stove. A! child of Mrs. Geo. T. Benson, when getting his us.nal Saturday night bath, steppedjback against a hot stove whjcti burned him severely. The child waV In great agony and his mother could do nothing to pacify him. Re membering that she hod a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm'' in the houso, she thought sho would try it. In less than half an hour after apply ing It t,ho child was (pilot nnd asleep, and in less than two weeks was well. Mrs. Benson Is a well known resident of Kcllar. Va. Pain Balm Is an anti septic, liniment ami especially valua ble for burns, cuts, bruises and bprnlns. for sale by all druggists. In" order to prove to you that Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment Js a certain and absolute euro for any form of Itching, bleoding, or protruding piles, tho manufacturers guaron- teo a euro. You. can use ii nu u uu. cured get your money back. Mr. Casper IValton, laborer, Jlfff(Bn -Vi ".yi "I work bard nnd lf t a groat deal. Tho strain l,m,,rl,t rm on nttaek 6t nilOS. They ItCDod and thoy protruded and bloa. rtouiing u01jh.-u them until I used Dr, A. WV Chaso's Ointmont. That cured them." 60c. a box at all dealers, or Do. AW. Cuabk MxMClips Co, , Buffalo, N, Y. Dr. flsW.phwi's Ointment, MONEY, G, PROTECTED ' HOME CIRCLE. Akron Circle, No.(K4, will meet In A. R. lull Nov. 12. At tho hut CURE YOURSELF 1 Dm Blx 1 (or unnatural di.oharccitlDUamtuitloni, lrrUktloc. or ulceration to lutatuN. oi mucous memtiranM. I Prtvaau Oonutian. l'tunleii. and not astrln- ITHimHSPHtMIMlOO. E" or poiaonoui, WiOMKHTl, Sold by Drnffglsfar, ar Bant In nlaln irrmM, br extreia. nr6natTMfaJ ifOVorSborilM.teX Circular Mat oa retUesW TO LOAN On Household Goods, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Car riages, wagons And on all chattel property at the very lowest rat08 lt y&u have a num" bor of small deb you want to pay, I will loan you-tbe money, and you can my It back in srnall monthly payments. All goods remain In your possession, and your bu'slnesd Is strictly confiden tial. Call and Investigate before you Borrow. I can ftT you money. L, 0:. Miller, Room 14, Aroade Bloolc- Bell phone 709. People's. KlwV 11-i- , An effort to lncrenso rates for tele phone service will follow tho election of F. S. Dickson to tho presidency of tho Fedcrnl Telephone Co. It has also been announced, says tho Cleveland Lcador, that tho Federal Tclephono Co. will remain Intact, nnd that, of course, wlllniso interest wuvtmuu iituire, ." view of "the fact that they own a ma jority of the shares of the corporation. President Dickson snld yesterday that there was no disposition to sell nny property of the Federal Telephone Co. "We have sixteen companies out right, and have a hoavy Interest in several others," he said. "So for as I know at the present time, the only thing for us to do is to hang onto all the property and build up tho com panies until thoy make a strong union. The telephone companies that remain in the control of the Federal Telephono nre Bowling Green, Toronto, Fostorla, Columbiana, Findlay, Lancaster, Lima, Masslilon, Detroit, Logan, Stark coun ty Youngstown, Zancsvllle, Mansfield, Cuyahoga, United States. In addition to these wo have n large interest In the exchanges at Columbus, Akron and Portsmouth." Mr. Dickson returned yesterday with Manager Reber nnd J. B. Hoge from a trip of inspection of tho property of tho Federal Telephone Co. Ho said that not all the companies had been in spected and that tho trip would bo completed next week. "What Is true of Cleveland is also true of these other cities," said Mr. Dickson to a reporter. "We nro not charging enough for tho service we give. Here Is the whole thing in a nutshell. Wo said to the people of Cleveland wo will give you service for one year for a certain sum of money. Wo did not figure, however, on tho enormous increase In business. Instead of doing business with 1,000 persons, we fpund we were doing business with 10.0QO. It docs not tako a mathema tician to seo how much more expensive in, proportion It is to tako care of this number of subscribers than it Is with tho first number. The man who was a subscriber under the original condi tions had only a limited number of combinations. At the most ho could make only 090 calls if he tailed up ev ery one in tho city. Tho samo sub scriber with the present list of patrons could call up 0,009 persons without calling tho same number twice. "The.peoplo of Paris recently had a fair sample of how this proposition norks out. Believing that tho tele phono company In charging $120 per year was charging too much, the muni cipality took hold of tho company, op erated the system as a municipal own ership scheme, and reduced tho rate immediately. .What was the result? The reduction In rates brought in a lot of new customers. Where, under the old arrangement, tho company madoa profit, under the new one the city found that every telephone put In meant a loss of money. About a month ago tho appropriation of a largo sum of money to meet a deficit was necessary. "Tho samo is true at home. Every now telephone that is put In adds to otfr Indebtedness nnd makes operation moro costly. As the number of tele phones increases, the number of calls multiplies in proportion. The addition of one telephone to tho switchboard makes it possible to have 0,009 more calls than would hnve been possible before tho telephone was added. "At tho present time tho telephone calls of tho Cuyahoga company cost $.O0S each. This hardly pays tho cost of operation. It may seem odd, but It Is a fact that wo could cut off 2,000 subscribers from our list and mako money and could make more mopey it we cut our list down to 5,000." An Idea of tho wonderful growth of the telephone business In Cleveland may be obtained In the fact that flvo yoars ago there were not moro than 2,000 telephones In the city, Njbw the Cuyahoga Company has 8,000 In its main exchange and a total of 10,072 telephones In all exchanges. dljr - T'TlianksglvIng: Dinner. Heavy eating Is usually the first causo of Indigestion. Repeated at tacks Inflame the mucous membranes lining the stomach, exposes the nerves of the stomach, producing a swelling after eating, heartburn, headache, sourrlslngs and finally catarrh of tho stomach.. Kpdol relieves the Inflam mation, protects the nerves nnd cures', the .catarrh. Kodol cures Indigestion, dyspepsia, all stomach troubles by cleansing and sweetening the glands of the stomach. For sale. by all drug-glU. ty WjSfeytfr :gafe tnUCil ivukjftkk jAfcfo '.tU4 JriJk.! M -&&,,! iipttiMaiJ&LmwSnSMr, i .ii,,,.ii3WttS ISfi&tfftg EHi.,, .l tAsg&Mi&Uta&AmMHii: y" JCB . lft.Li ,. LX .fcAUSDIHuhifc. - . . t. is -. . 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