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WEDNESDAY, DEO. 3, 1002. AKRjON DAILY democrat -.- t THE OLD RELIABLE ROYAl POWDER Absolutely Puro THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE BILL Armed at the Bliss of Lovers. . Novel Measure Introduced In Virginia Legislature. Richmond, Vn., Dec. 3-If the bill In troducod In the Virginia Leglslnturo by Dr. It. R. Whip, of Amherst county, today, becomes a law, sweethearts cannot kiss each other without a phy sician's certificate pronouncing them free from dlscaso unless they care to pay from 1 to $5 for each osculation. Moved by a doslro to sco his fellows healthy, If not hap py, Dr. Ware, who Is n practicing physician, as well as a lawmaker, to day presented the following: Whereas, Kissing hns been decided by tho medical profession to bo a me dium by which contagious nnd Infec tious diseases are transmitted from one person to another, and Whoreas tho prohibition of such an offense will bo a great preventive; to tho spreading of such diseases as pul monary tuberculosis, diphtheria and many other dangerous diseases; there fore, bo it (Enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia that it shall bo unlawful for nny person to kiss another unless ho can provo by his family physician that he has not nny contagious or Infec tious disease. If -the physician testifies that tho defendant has weak lungs, ho shall be found guilty of a misdemean or and tho snmo penalty shall be Im posed as if ho had some contagious or infectious dlscaso. Any person violating the provisions of the first or second sections of this net shall bo dcomed guilty of n mis demeanor, nnd fined not less than $lk nor moro than 55 for each offense. BOARD OF TRADE Wants to Run Municipal Affairs of Canton. Canton, O., Dec. 3 Following tho an nouncement that tho Hoard of Trado expected to dictate how tho city should be redlstrlctcd under the new code, tho Republican Icnguo has now como forth with a plan of redisricting which Is to bo submitted to tho City Council, and will make tho city safely Republican. Tho plan as proposed by tho Hoard of Trado was favorable to the Demo crats, and would not havo changed tho complexion of tho Council. The league hns about the number of members to bo placed upon tho new board, and hns appointed u committee to present Its vlpws to thp Council. KEPT HER CHILDREN. The Right Food Brought Them Back to Health. Food purchased from curiosity saved ihe lives of two children In a family In Ulysses, Wis. Tho mother says: "Wo had bought n package of Grapo-Nuts, attracted by Its pleasant, suggestive name, nnd found It a pleasant food. As my llvo months old baby liked It, I fed it to her and found it as satisfactory as Baby Food, which I had been using nny paying) 50c for a much smaller package ShorUy after this, threo of the ehll dtcn came down with tho whooping cough, my oldest ono was taken with pneumonia, and tho llttlo threo year old strained her stomach in some man ner, so that sho vomited blood, and could not rotnln anything on her stom ach. She continuously cried with hun ger, nnd it wns terrible to sco hor grow weaker and weaker, until sho did not havo strength to keep her oyes open. I wns so overworked nursing nil of them night nnd day that I finally woke, up to tho fact that n chango must bo wrought nnd that nt onco. I shall alwaya believe that divine Inspiration whispered 'Grapo-Nuts.' lAt first I did not give tho solid part; I poured boiling wnter on it and let It stand until the water had drawn out some of tho strength added somo rich; swoet cream, and gavo tho llttlo ono n few spoonfuls at a time, She kept it down nnd it nourished her, so that af ter a whllo I could feed her the Grape Nuts themselves until sho got strong nnd sho is today as rugged as I could wish Meanwhile, tho oldest girl was Lnnnblo to turn her head or swnllow P.fnlt.1 trtrA nrtA a ...a.,... i . .. ,w.. ,.iu.,, u ,ui fVKN hit sircugiu ;tvns kept up by Grapo-Nuts softened jlii cream, given a spoonful nt n time, iwi she got strong enough to tnko oth. r food, They nro both well nnd stromr jinow, and I feel that I owb Grnpa Ijffuts (or two of my henrty, healthy t.,.,..i..... imiiu ijivea vj rosium CO., Battle Creek, Mich... SUCCESS Sure to Come to Y. ML C. A. Interesting Talk With Mr. James Shand. Has Watched Associa tion Work For Years. "Railroads Spending Fortunes In the WorK," He Said. "No better Investment, no nobler work can be undertaken by nny man In Akron, tbnu a practical Intorost In the Y. M. O. A. which Is being established hero now" said Mr. James Shnnd, of Lancaster, Pa., presi dent of tho Y. M. C. Ai of that dtv, to n roiorter for tho Democrat Tuesday night. Mr. Shand Is ono of tho pro prietors of tho Boston Store, nnd his business brings him to Akron frequent ly rtfi "I have boon Interested In Y. M, C.A. work fpr many years, nnd overywhero the work lias been greatly successful, potent to tnko caro of It." "I could scarcely bcllove my Informer when I asked a man ono day where tho Y, M. O. A. building wns, In Akron, and ho told me that thcro was none. In n city of Akron's slzo this is remarkable. I nm very glad to sec, however, that steps arc being taken to establish ono here, on a good, business foundation. "I am personally ncqunlnted with Mr. It. O. Hooper, the now secretary of the Akron association, nnd I know from tho work ho has done for many years, that ho is the right man in tho right placo. Tho secret of success in most Y. M. O. A. movements lies in having good secretaries Tho secretary must bo a specialist, and must mako the work his life work. A man In other business cannot bo u successful secre tary for n Y. M. O. A Just Incidental ly Ho must give nil his time to It, nnd havo careful training, broad intelli gence nnd knowledge pf human nature "Tho plan of having rooms In con nection with the Y. M. 0. A., to bo rent ed to such of tho members ns are with out other homes, Is excellent, and 1ms been very successful nlmost every where it has been introduced. The receipts from membership fees In the association In Lnncnstcr, for instnuce. do not of course pay nil the expenses of tho nssoclation. In Lancaster wo have store, rooms in our Y. M. C. A. building nnd nlso hnve two hnlls which r.ro rented for church socials, lectures, etc. Thoso who room In tho building are usually men who nre thero for n long time, nnd everything about tho as sociation Is flourishing. "This Is (he day when tho Y. M. C. , Is being appreciated. MoHt of the lilg railroad companies ,nrc beginning to sco that tho best material thoy can employ Is to be found In tho Y. M. C A.'s, and the .roads nre spending hundreds of thousands of dollars in the establishment of associations all alono the Hue. "I cannot see how nny one can fall to have confidence In the Y. M. C. A when rightly managed, and I'm sure that after the one In Akron has been In running order for a short time, tho clti zens will feel that they cannot get along without It ngnln. "In New York onil other cities the yi'ry best people are among the heads of the Y. M. C. A. In New York, espe cially, tho Voudcrbllts, Miss Helen Gould nnd others, whom ono would or dlnarlly think had little to do but spend money, have seen the great good to be done by tho association and have given It money and pergonal help. "I earnestly hope, nnd I feel no doubt Hint the association In Akron will be n success tlint will very pleasantly sur prise the citizens. ' FINED For Sitting In Car Filled With Negroes, New Orlenns, T.a., Dec. 3 Julius Weis, ono of tho wealthiest cotton mer chants of Now Orleans, wns fined 5 " for violating tho Wilson sepnrato car law. Ho sat In tho section reserved for negroes, and declined the conduc tor's lequest to get up beenpsn there wero no bunts In tho white, section. STATEMENT Relating to Finances and Revenues of Cuba. Ilnvnnn, Dec. 3 At a meeting of tho Cabinet Secretary pf Instruction Yero was appointed Secretary of Govern ment In place of DIcgo Tamayo, mid Leopoldo Cnucio, formerly Secretary of FInanco under General Wood's ad ministration, was appointed Secretary of Instruction in succession to Secre tary Yero, Senor Canclo has not been identified with either of tho political pa riles, Tho jeport of the Secretary of FI nanco for tho month of November places the customs rc'cmies at Hnvana at $1,001,833, n decrease of $109,000, compnred with the October returns, nnd tho total receipts for the Island ns $1,150,871. Tho cash on hnnd amount ed to $1,713,2:58. All possibility of another general striko has ended, as tho clgnrmnkors havo voted to return to work audi the factories were running as usual. Tho detachment of artillery from Ft. Gaba- NATIONAL CELEBRITIES " Declare Pe-ru-na to Be the Greatest Ca tarrh Remedy of the Age. I(MRRH COLDS GRIPPd COUGHS CROUP SORE- H0ARSH rrHROAT NESS ."Senator John Ai. Thur ston, ot Omaha, Neb., writes: f Pcruna entirely relieved me ot a very Irritating cough. lama firm believer In Its efficacy tor any such trouble. nas, which has been guarding the pub lic buildings In this city slnco tho out break of tho strike, was today ordered back to tho barracks. The police havo reported to tho au thorities thot Anarchists from Bar celonla, Spain, aro in Havana and nro supposed to havo been In collusion with tho Socialistic clement during tho striko. A Cold Wave. The forcenst of sudden changes In the weather serves notice that n honrso voice nnd heavy cough may Invade tho sanctity of health In your own homo. Cautious people have n bottle of Oufc Minute Cough Curo nlwnys at hand. 10. II. Wise, Madison, Gn writes: "1 nm Indebted to Ono Minute Cough Curo foi my present good health, and proba bly my life." It cures coughs, coldp, la grippe, bhonchltls, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. Ono Minute Cough Cure cuts the phlegm, draws out tho Inflammation, hen Is and soothes the mucous membranes nnd strengthens the lungs. All druggists. FINE CHURCH, Worth $40,000, May Be Sold by Sheriff. Greensburg, Pa., Dec 3 To stay tho sido of one of tho most Handsome stone church buildings In Western Pennsylvania the Presbyterians of Ford City nro contemplating money making enterprises of various natures, tho church having been levied upon by tho Sheriff. The church building Is a beautiful structure and If erected to day would cost at least $10,000. The blamo for tho financial difficul ties of tho congregation Is laid at the. door of the plate glass company which located at Ford 11! years ago. Members state that tho company encouraged tho building of tho church by grants nnd financial help. Then tho panic set In, tho glass company transferred its In terest nnd no further help wns given. From that time tho debt has Increased anil the creditors now refuse to delay the collections of their accounts longer. Light Fines. Threo men, John Clemmer, Phil Bean and James Burns, who wero ar rested last week by B. & o. Detective Heckathorne on chnrgeofsteallnggraln doors from box caw, wero arraigned before Justlco Hoffman Monday mora lug mid each lined $1 and costs, DR. FENNER'S KIDNEY and Backache AH dlieaies of Kidneys, TllnilnAi- llrlnnrv Ar.nn, CURE Also Rheumatism, nacH Rclie.HoartDlBoase.aravel, Dropsy, Female Troubles. Don't bocome discouraged, There Is a core for you. If neccary wilto Dr. Tenner, llo has spent u llfo tlmo curing butt such case us yours. All coumilutlons Free. "Your Klitnoy nnd lluckncho Ouro has cured two very briil cases among our custo mers tlio past yeur whom the doctors had given up. J. I., STILL & CO,, Woodland, In," Druggists, 50c., II, Ak for Cook Book Free, ST.VITUS'DANCEIen'nS'rFnla.-NlV iA 'AihI mwrn I CIIIBP JUSTICB II I cirAMBRS' OP SAMOA, I f Stiya: "I can recommend 1 g Peruna as one ot the very i best remtdlcM for catarrh. 1 1 recommend Pcruna to all m if jt TUllll Hon. William Young blood, Auditor ot the Interior, writes from Washington, D. C, to Dr. Hart man, Columbus, O., as follows t "I've often heard of your great medicine and have persuad ed my wife, who has been much of a sufferer from catarrh, to try Pcruna, and after using one bottle she has wonderfully Improved. It has proved all you havo claimed tor It." Hon. RufusB. Merchant, Superintendent and Dis bursing Officer, U. S. Post office, Washington, D. C sayat take pleasure In commending your tonic, having taken a bottlo of Pcruna with very beneficial re sults. It Is recommended to me as a very excellent catarrh cure." Congressman David F. Wilber, of Onconta, N. Y writes: I am fully convinced that Pcruna Is all you claim for It after the use of a few bottles." Congressman I r vine Dungan, ot Jackson, O., writes: "I desire to Join with my many friends In recommending your Invaluable remedy Pcruna to any one In need of an Invigorating spring tonic, or whose system Is run down by catarrhal troubles." We havo letters from thirty eight members of Congress attest ing to the virtues of Pcruna. Thousands of people In the com mon walks of life use It as a family medicine. For book ot testimonials address The Pcruna Medicine Co., Colum bus, O. Fortune For a Miner. Plttston, Ponn., Dec. 3 raul Sylow, a Germnn, who wns left In reduced cir cumstances owing to u five-months strike,, todny was in receipt of u draft from Berlin for nearly $0,000, it being his share of nn estate left by a wealthy uncle, Sylow has been several years In this country,. and has served both In the Cuban nnjt Philippine wars, and It wns but lately that the German Con sulate had discovered his place of resi dence. New Paper In Warren. A new dally paper hns sprung up In Warren, entitled the News. Its editor Is C. B. Marsh, lato of the Plain Dealer. A tyonderfnl Medicine. Beediam's FOR ALU Bilious and Nervous Disorders, Sick Headache, Constipation, Wind and Pains in Stomach, Impaired Digestion, Disordered Liver and Female Ailments. DIIFABED ONLY DV TI1B NtOriUETOR, Thomas Beecham, St. Helens, Eng., end 365 Canal St., New York. Sold by all Druggists In United Statu. In boxes, 10c. and 25c. Tho SO Laundry Makes blue Mondays turn bright. Family washlugs wash ed clean and cheap. O. L. MATH IE, Prop. 405 E. Exchange st. Both phones 729 Warm water and a good soap like Electric Grip Soap will do moro work in ono hour than half a day's rubbing with a cheap soap Just try it once and see. Pills BUSINESS In Mail Boxes Not Booming. Hunting Preachers Didn't Make Game Extinct at Summit. fHperlal Correspondence j Summit, Dee. 2 Winter, with nil his rigor ond severity, ha settled down on us for a certainty. Tlmnkiglvlng day wns very disagree able, but nevertheless many a plump turk hnd to undergo his punishment Just tho same. William Tritt, of German Village, was seen in town today. He was hero In the Interests of Uncle Sam He was selling mall boxes to be used wlinn the Hural Mall delivery takes effect. Somo people, however, do not buy the mall boxes. They nro content to have their mail thrown Into their yard, but Unclo Sam says "nit." Wo understand thern are now agents here establishing mnll routes Rev J W. Johnson is now conduct ing protinUed. meetings at Comet. Re. n 11. Wllllnrd, of Akrui. will oei upy tho pulpit III the Iteforineil cnurcn, suiioay evening, uev. u. Itev. Smith, of Cleveland, was here on n hunting expedition last week. He and Bov. Johnson were hunting a few days, but game Is Just as plenty now as It was before. Mr. Lewis has moved Into the Kepler block on East street. LONG VISITS. Milwaukee Judge Has Fixed a Limit on Them. Milwaukee, Dec. 3 Belatives cannot visit other members ot tho family In Milwaukee and remain for more than n reasonable length of time without being liable for a bill for board. Justlco Graves has Just rendered a decision In a suit brought by Mr and Mrs. Leo Saxe to collect $55, which they alleged was owed by their second cousin, Arthur Vogel, and his wife, for board. Tho testimony showed that the Vo gels, eorly In June, paid the Saxes a visit, which was continued until the middle of July. Then they left. Some time Inter tho two women dissolved friendship, nnd a suit for board fol lowed. The Vogels said that their stay had been prolonged only at the urgent re quest of the Saxes. The Justice held that five weeks was a longer term than could strictly be called a vllt If the hosts cared to present n bill for board. Boston Store THD BBST UNDBnWDAB YOl'B MONEY CAN UUY. We hnve all gradcs.Cotton fleeced, Part Wool nnd All Wool tar Ladles, Men and Chlldron. You enn't And a better assorted stock, nor better values. At 25c each, Ladles' peeler, fleece-lined, vests nnd pants; nlso out sizes, nnd also closed pants, n splendid under garment for 25c. At 30c each Ladles' Fleeced Vests and Pants, good weight, nice and oft. in Ecru, made of good Muco yarn. At 50c each Ladles' Fleeced Vests and Pnnts, pure white nnd ecm, all sizes, the proper weight for winter wear. At 50c each Ladles' Union Suits In Ecru nnd Natural grey, made Oneltu style, nil sizes. This Is a splendid Un ion Suit, for 50c. At $1.00 each Ladles' lied and Cam ol's Hair Underwear In Vests and Pnnts. A good, soft, wool undergnr ment, fast color, nil sizes. At 23c ench Men's Cnmel Hair color fleeced underwear In shirts and draw ers, nil sizes, a wonderful garment for this price. IU 30c each Men's Natural grey, sanitary fleeced underwear, properly mado nil sizes. No better undergar ment ever came off a loom for 30c. At .10c each Men's Camel's hair col or, heavy fleeced, vests and pnnts, n splendid weight garment for winter wear. , At "5c ond $1.00 each-Men's Camel Hair Wool Underwear, n nlco soft wool undergarments, all sizes, a gar ment that will give splendid satisfac tion. At 25c each Boys' Heavy Fleeced Underwear, all sizes lo lit ages from (J years to 10 years. The best 25c gar ment ever Bold. CHILDREN'S UNDEUWEAU All sizes in cotton, ribbed and wool to lit nil ages, from 10c up nccording to sizes LADIES' SKIHTS AND SH111T WALSTS-- At S1.0S each Ladles dark grey ox ford walking skirts with corded flounce i.ll lengths equal to any ?3.00 skirt At $.'l..riO Ladles' black kersey walk ing skirts with slot heaiiis, deep stitch lug around bottom, nil lengths, worth ?5.00 each. At ?3.0S each-Ladles' walking skirts In blue, grey and olive green, a good heavy wool sklit trimmed with band work, from $5 00 lo Srt.00 each. At.ROS each-One lot of ladles walking skirts, a big vnrlety to choose fioni, all lengths, Milues from $5,50 to $0,50. At $5.00 ladles' diess sklits porcnllne lined, mode of all wool chovlot, trim mod with three rows of taffeta silk, assorted lengths and waist bands, tho best $5 skirt In America. AT 12U- caeh-500 dozen of ladles' handkerchiefs embioldcred nnd hem stitched, not one In tho lot hut Is worth double the price 150-133 SOUTH HOWARD ST ,1,1, - mmmnmm'm'''M'fmmmmwmmKmmmmmmmmmmmimtmmmmttmwMmamt 4 jugful ! hmum0 nr Travel in tste to th Golden Sute on the Golden State Limited Ivu the v. ro-Koclt Wand route. Mot comfortable tram in the worM. Leaves Chicago daily. Lcm than three days to Los Angelei. Through can to Sanu Barbara and San Francisco. nop, irain i m nooticntrs Ilbfirj naitmenr aM tlandard iletpttsi oh lion, dlnln and library cars hop, balh i n Book own' lihrir. . r,9,,m-it arrA ,.M..J , t -C. ' I. .-."'. - v-.',iu sicvDcri: OOTC: ler- Cut Atlf (kit A.nA Kin ,1. with name and addrcn, to this ofljrt, and beautifully IJUstrattd book bout rjiiiofnia iiJ be snt free. w W r C'rswtord, SJBBBHSJKBSSSlMSJSJSJSjSaHBSMMHBBnBI out: All persons suffering from IMPAIRED DIGESTION DIHOR DERED LIMJR, WEAK STOMACH, arc earnestly Invited to try Panic's Celery Wafers they work like "magic " tat wnaL w&mauL :Pt3me'iHti!Wm 25anti Their action is pleasant. Immediate and beneficial Paine s C'n try Wafers appeal to all becauhe their component pnrts are purely vegetable, they furnish lintnnt relief arm nre acknowledged to be without n rival. A Wafer aftPr meals will rellpve distress caused from eating If they fall to do as claimed your druggist will refund your money. For sale by E. Steinbaoher & Co., 104 E. Msrket at., AKRON, OHIO Prepared by the Paine Chcmloal I UJLD DIMlLLfcD BKANUI Is recommended by all physicians for the building up of Invalids. It is Standard of Age, Purity and Flavor. It's always best by ev- t cty Test, A large stock of I Fine Old Wines, Bourbon and Rye ? i That hao character, age and purity, on hand. MURPHY'S OLD LIQUOR STORE, j t 177 S. Howard Street, S. Herz, Mgr. alwl'v k. mmiMtir iKnitin& iiv W!MWmVM?k - -))"" '"&" ... vjMttrmtwjto. .... Wk v'Ui5t$li$ft,'WI pfti lfcVB yLix&Mci WJi ' pg- rT 'i&ILr r rr hk Ji3 hV qsV-Vty ioKTRiosr, hj W 1 tffI CsaJ Cr TmMim n m ' W73 H m ' v n aw .! m H W ft U ' f50''fi'.V lX NEW YORK DENTISTS Open evenings, 118 South Main st Hardware Co.'s btore. Banquet after Banquet SUCCESS FOLLOWS SUCCESS Families, Lodges, Societies, and Dancing Clubs have found out that for best servlco, palatable lands, tasty arrangements, ns well ns lowest prices for a house party or banquet, you must go to the now Cnndy Store of A. BECKER, Popular Caterer. 1 69 S, Howard St. PEOPLES 3J2 BELL 422 I 5"hi ZnimmmmmmmmummmmmA I These Numerous Borders were put around thlsadvertlsement to atrnet your otten Hon long enough to l'U'l A FLEA IN YOUR EAR .... Now listen' Thero are a dozen lots left in what we calt THE RUBBER WORKERS' ALLOTMENT You can double your money here In n fow years, If you can In any allotment, and nil tho time know whero jour money In, Don't you think you'd hotter talk It over with us? Yours for luck. THE WEST HILL LAND CO, C, IV luisch, Mgr 23U Hamilton Building Peoples Plmne 1111 and 00, Read Demotrat liners. TPA., 4ST Ittalto Did. Chicago, 111, cZ : z a toor." yen i Co. Chemists. Rochester N Y People's Phone 21 Bell, Brown --3N5J 2 tVOsVtVOO Yf "V" """ . wwrnmajT -f nB ... n ,nsertco- by us may be relied upon as oeuig as near perfect as nu- man skiu can aimiu. we Know our work and do it well, heedful of one standing In the community. c uu iuiuicbs axirnciiiig ire, Yiltpn wn mnk voiir r.-iv fpflth Jt'Hl lll-iu O.UU uoia trowns ?j.uu to ?o.w Good Teeth $5.00 White Crowns $3.00 to $7.00 nuings 50c up People's phone 704. Over Standard DR RENKERT, Propr. Read Democrat llnerc .1 i : i Ml l V KTWscxe,?fi?' gTgpriita,jfiifc.