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WBDHE3DAY, DKO. 81, 1003.
AKRON 'DAILV DEMOCRAT
Four Acts of
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you All a haitx new year.
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K. of P.
McPborson Lodgo will Install of
ficers on Thursday evening, Jan. 1.
All members nro requested to bo
present as thore will bo sorao spec
ial exercises. All Knights cordially
H. V. Egbert, 58. L. Ailing,
K. r. a o. c.
' Carterton, Dec. 31. Tho Eureka
club gavo a danco In Whlghnra-Schu-bert
hall Tuesday night.
Members of tho Tracy club danced
In Tracy hall Tuesday evening.
Mr. Harry E. Itnsor, who has been
employed by tho Johnson Hnrdwaro
Co. for several years, lias secured a
ppsltlon with May &. Felbeger, In Ak
Miss Lulu Stickle, who has been em-
I ployed at Burns Millinery store Is now
fit Cures Colds, Coughs, Sora Throat, Cronp, Influ-
certain enrcrfor CouAiraptlon Id first stages,
mq a eure relief In advanced stages. Use at once.
rntt Wilt HArt tllA AT-tl.n, niTnF mtln ittlrlnM tl..t
rat dose. Sold by dealers everywhere, farce
attic 83 cents and 60 cents.
All Bodily Aches
PRICES ALWAYS the SAME
Like Veterans on
"The Akronians" a' Dis
F.rst Performance Greatly Pleased
There was wonderment, and open
admiration and appreciation at tho Co
lonial theater Tuesday night, from tho
time the curtain went up lu "The
Akronians," which had Its tlrst pre
sentation there, unUl Uie llnal march
was over and tho curtain went down
again at the end of the last net.
Tho wonderment was at the ex
cellence of the producUon, at the re
sults which had been obtained lu train
ing small children for' marches and
drills, In tho excellence of the ordor
they maintained and tho lack of otn
barrassment thoy all showed under the
glaro of tho calcium and foot lights
and tho thundering applause of tho
audlonco out lu front.
The little men aud women who took
tho leading parts wero "stars," Indeed,
and the production deserves to rank
as one of the local theatrical successes
of the bcason.
The company was apparently as
largo as an army. Great crowds of
chlldien marched on nnd olf tho htage,
did their parts and wore replaced
again Immediately by apparently as
many others, in different costumes, who
had each of them parts to play,
marches to stop to, songs to slug aud
motions to romember. The porfor
mauco may bo summed up In tho ex
pression heard often among tho au
dience, that "It was immeasurably bet
tor than hnd been expected."
Tho plot of tho ploco Is as follows.
The old grandmothers of Akron aro
having a picnic at Silver Luke paik,
whi'io tho old Akion grandfathers
come to Wait them. They nil inako
merry, blowing kisses from their linger
tllis and ilirting outrageously. They
Unnlly go to the banquet, whero they
learn that Senator Burns has met a
mUhap, having fallen into the lako.
Hums sits down to dry himself in
tho sun. lie has been reading an ar
ticle lu tho paper about his son, who
Is at college, and who reads so many
cheap novels that his mind Is becom
ing unbalanced. Ho goes to sloop and
dreams that a wizard and his imps
and witches appear and agree to trans
form all the old folks to youth again
If Senator Burns will allow his dttugh-
J tor Inez, who Is the bello of Akron,
I to becotno old In their stead. Inez
I conbents to the change, aud all tho old
I folks aro transformed to youth, and
' Inez becomes an old woman. Tho
young grandmothers aud grandfathers
get Into all kinds of trouble, but all
rejoice that they uro again young, al
though sorry for Imjz.
The old folks, returning to Akron In
tho evening, Und tho Senator sUll
asleep. They uwakon him and ho Is
greatly surprised to Hud It all a dream.
Tho lust act consists of a scene at
tho l'lin-Amerlcnn Exposition, whero
tl.cro is u parado of notables aud somo
vuiy handsome stago pictures.
1 Children aro tho grandmothers tnud
grandfathers, old and young; they aro
tho Imps, tho witches, the Indians, the
overythlug, und tliQi way thoy went
through their drills was a great sur
prise, and merited tho applause that
, camo unstintedly to them nil.
But little Individual corapnrlbon of
tho work of thoso who took part cuu
be made; all did muprlslngly ioll, and
their triumphs will doubtless crowd
tho auditorium at the final perfor
mances, this afternoon and evening.
Tho performance la given under tha
auspices of tha Ladles' Auxiliary
Board of tha City, Hospital, to whom
tho greater part of tho receipts will
go. The play Is put on under tho
direction of It. Wntlo Davis, who has
been conducting tho rehearsals, and
who has mado his company letter per
fect A thousand or more costumes nro
with the production, nnd they mado
great stago pictures. Tho scenery was
also fine, nnd tho production can not
bo described better than by the word
TABLE AND KITCHEN
Practical Suggestions About What
to Eat and Mow to Prepare Food
These articles on tho necossarlly ab
sorbing topic of food nro carefully
prepared and based on knowledge of
chemistry as applied to cooking nnd
practical Information derived from ac
Conducted by Lldn Ames Willis,
Marquette Uulldlng, Chicago, to whom
all Inquiries should be addressed.
All rlghtg reserved by Banning Co.,
Tnko a pint of fresh roasted pea
uuts; shell and rcmovo tho inner brown
skin. Grind or roll tho nuts to a fine
powder. Use either stock or milk and
water for the liquid part of tho soup.
I.f milk and water, tako a pint of each
and thicken with a pnste made of a
small tablospoonful of flour and a
lnrge tnblespoonful of butter rubbed
together. Season to tnsto with salt
nnd white pepper. Pour tho hot milk
ocr tho powdered peanuts nnd let the
eoup boll gently for twenty-flvo mlu
utes. If made with stock, servo a
pllco of lemon In each dish.
Put two level tablespoonfuls of but
ter In u saucepan over tho Ore, add a
taUlespoouful of minced onion, a slice
of carrot chopped flno nnd the samo
amount of chopped celery. Cook for
T.vo minutes. Add two level table
spoonfuls of flour and 6tir until
smooth, let cook a fow minutes, then
lu order to pruvo to yon
fBA that Dr. A. W. Chaso't
f' B 1 P Q Ointment is a certain ami
I B B O W absolute euro for any form
of Itching, bleeding, or
protruding piles, tho manufacturers guaran
tee a euro. You can use it and if not
cured get your money back. Mr. Casper
Walton, laborer, Michigan City, Intl., &ay:
"I work hard and lift a groat dual. Tho (train
brought on an a.tnek of piles. They itched
and thoy protruded nnd bled, Nothing helped
them until I usod Dr A.W. Chase's Ointment.
That cured them." 50c, a box at all dealers, or
Dn.A.W. Chase Medicine Co, Buffalo, N.Y,
Dr. A. W. Chase's Ginlmonfr
Whole Wheat Bis
cuit is used:
apples ; cook
tender with JA
cup of water;
A cup of sugar
away to cool.
of any gelatine
the stewed apples; pour of an
inch of the jelly
p.in, let harden;
sandwiches end to end on the jelly and
cover with the remaining jelly, Set
away to harden. Serve with cream.
Any seasonable fruit can be used
instead of apples.
Split Jhreddad Whole Wheat Biscuit
and toatt It for lireakfatt.
SimKDDED WHOLE WHEAT HISCUIT
Is sold by nil srocera. Send for "Tbe VluU '
Question" (Cook Hook, Illustrated Id colors,)
The NATURAL FOOD CO.
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.
add one nnd a half cupful of boil
ing water. Season with a IHUe vege
table extract, salt and pepper. Lot
cook goutly for 10 minute. Meanwhile
place In another small saucepan out
tnblespoonful of finely minced shallots
nnd one-half cup of claror, cook ten
minutes, then strain through a sleAv
and add this to tho sauce; season with
a little paprica and add half a dozen
largo chestnuts that hao been cookea
tender and cut Into quarters or slices.
Lot boll up and servo.
MAOAUONI AND PEANUT CRO
QUETTES. Make thoso tho daj before you Intend
to fry nnd sen-e them. Take ouo and
one-half cups of cold m In ecu macaroni
and one-half cup of roasted, shclleu
and boiled peanuts, also chopped line;
mix nnd reason with salt and popper.
Put ono and one-half cups of milk in
the double boiler nutl place over the
Ore to scald. Mix two level teapoou
fills of butter to n smooth pasto with
tho samo amount of flour and add to
the hot milk. SUr until you have a
thick sauco; then ndd tho bentdn yolk
of two eggs and season with salt ana
paprica; sUr In the macaroni and nut
meats und whon thoroughly mlxea
turn out on shallow dishes to cool.
When sUff enough to form Into cylin
der or pear shaped croquettes; dip
them lu beaten egg and bread crumbs,
and place thorn In a cool dry place un
Ul tho noxt day. Fry In deep hot fat
Just long enough to brown them deli
cately. Serve with tomato sauco or a
sauce mado with chicken stock ana
flavored with lemon Juice.
Chop or gilnd some blanched al
monds vory fine aud sproad a layei
between vory thin slices of woll but
tered Boston brown broad. These may
be made Into sweet sandwiches by
spreading a layer of orange, qulnco or
strawberry Jelly or marmalade In the
centor of each sandwich. Large raisins
seeded aud shredded may bo substi
tuted for the Jelly or marmalade.
On thc.Monon Railway, Near
Qulncy, Ind., Dec. 30. A through
freight on tho Motion railway, south
bound, ran Into an open switch here
and rolled down nn 18-foot eiuluiuk
ment at 0 o'cleok today. Engineer Bar
kor, Fireman Eugnllson and Brakemm
Perry, all of LaFnyette, were killed
AH their bodies wero taken from tin
wreck. The train, had 12 cars and a ca
boopc. Eight or nlno enrs were com-
The human body is built out of the food eaten. A weak
ness in the constitution means that one or more elements
of the body have not been nourished sufficiently or have
over - nourished at the expense of other elements.
Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuit nourishes all the different ele
ments of the body in correct proportion. Here is one of the many
Make a pint
Biscuit, fill with
into a long, shallow
then place the biscuit
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The Great Explosion
pletely torn up. Ono car contained fur
niture, one was loaded with wheat nnd
tho rest of the train carried live stock.
Many hirad of cattle wero killed.
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To Assimilate Food
sec that your stomach and
liver are in proper condition.
To do it easily and pleasant
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Friday Matinee, Jan. . 5
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Good Teeth $3.00M
White Crowns $3.00 to $7.00
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