The Chronicle-Telegram from Elyria, Ohio on September 1, 1903 · Page 8
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THE CHBQ??I f, 1W8-FAU1C Co. Itrgam in V :-??????'-, .' ^BH^ Parasols rw5**?? ~i ~ . - ???-'-:' ;:.' ??? ???- itelP'^'- IWIv^:s;::^r: standpoint of the manufacturer, the Par- ??1 season is over; from the standpoint of the consumer is the time they are most needed. just purchased at about half price a large icest and prettiest styles??? all new goods, in every way, worth from $1.75 to 13.75. These two lots. One lot at 98 cents One lot ai TENNIS TOURNAMENT RESULTS The results in the tennis tournament contest so far are as follows: Preliminary rounds. Boynton- Thoraas match, 6 to 4 and 9 to 7. Symons won Symons-Boynton match, 6 to 3 and 9 to 5. S. Faxon won Faxon-Copk match; 12 to 10 and 6 to 3. .'-. First round. Boynton won Boyn- ton- Williams round. 6 to o and 6 to o. ??? - '""???.'' J. Faxon won Faxon-Hinman match by default. Hay -w\n Hay-Smythe match, 6 to 3 and 6 to 2. Second round. J. Faxon won Faxon-Hay match 6 to 3 and 6 to 3. The much talked of Hinke-Can- alos wrestling match will take place at Lorain tonight. A number -. ??f Elyria admired of Hiuke, the Elyria champion, will be present to witness the match. Optimism vs Pessimism . The pessimistic .sentiment with which traders have viewed the market for the past few weeks, it slowly giving way to a more optimistic feeling. SHREWD TRADERS are free to ADMIT that the BOTTOM HAS BEEN TOUCHED and that from now on the general trend of security prices WILL BE UPWARD. .If you share this faith in higher ^prices, we shalh be pleased to re ceive a portion of your business. We open accounts in sums of from f loo upwards; exceptional New York connections enabling u* to execute orders in to-share lots on practically the sara- figures as ioo-share orders. (No discretionary accounts accepted.) We shall be pleased to send free to your address any or all of the following: "Wall Street's Golden Opportuni ties," the May "Railroad and Industrial Guide," or our Daily Market Review. We also issue free to present or prospective clients the "Stock Market Annual," the most valuable work ever issued on this subject). Whether or not a customer you are invited to make . oar board room your business headquarters. Phones, Main, 586??? Cuyahoca, ???-49. Farnham??Rhodes o m p an Bankers and Brokers SUITE 704 -706, NEW ENGLAND' BUILDING C L E V ELAND, OHIO STE ALEESOP BOOKS. People Who Purloin Volumes from Public Libraries. $1.39 We offer Best Quality WASHSILKS sold by small dealers at 50c, now 25fa yard. v -':*--. .' '...'-'. -. : We also have marked down about 50 pieces of Waisting Silks. ??? jj^^tf a special line of Rust Proof "^J||pset?^t 39 cents each. lily'ViiM^'W-'" L^^^~*t--:v.:y.t.??xv;-V-A. ',-??????* :.'???:???,-???::??? Special lot of 45 and 50 (^ 7-jf Tt-'' 1 ???***???- - :??? '.. -W ???!- y V -*,-:"??? --... cent Fine Organzines and ilk Mulls reduced to cents Mark Down ues in the Following A Urgelot of Laces at halfaprice. Series at 3c. 7c and Embroidery Apia white and linen, worth from 19c to now 7c. " . "' ;;^ lot of White Goods at 6 1-4c a yard. .;'....'?? Lersch Co. of Books Ev*r Year in Spite of Perl Vigilance of Altai-be*. Tenting auch" tEefls ha* not yet SeetTdfc- coveiett. It may 1?? gathered from these many cases of library depredations that they are very common, that perpetual *lgft- ance Is necessary In order to guard the books aad that In nearly all cases some form of punishment -would be wiser than pardon. In many cases of detected theft strong appeals are made by the culprit ! WANT COLUMN ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? or hH f fiends to save exposure by public proceeding*. These appeals are commonly made not so much to avoid pay- Ing flues imposed by law as to avoid the disgrace attached to publicity. It Is probably true that in the majority of cases such influence has been strong enough to overcome the determination of the library authorities to let the law take Its course. Unfortunately, the consequence of such leniency seems to encourage the extremely lax conception of the sacredness of public property entertained by so many men and women of LOCAL PROVISION QUOTATIONS LOST Umbrella left in park Sunday af: ternoon. Finder please leave at Elvria Hardware. The-. \Vonlil Kit-It Anywuy. Everybody kicks on preachers who praach fine funeral sermons, yet wr-it would folks say {f they told al! the fruth? ??? Washington (la.) Democrat. " While it may be taken for grafted that the great body of readers who frequent any public library are honest, both in practice and intention, there will always remain a certain number who are conspicuously the reverse. In all public libraries a large number of volumes disappear during the 12 months of a year; a few of these may have been lost through carelessness while iii circulation, Ijut the greater number of them have been stolen, says the Philadelphia Record. Ths fact being freely admitted in the reports of all librarians, the question naturally arises: Who are -the thieves? Do they steal the books in order to sell them, or does their dishonesty arise from a diseased love of literature? . Melvil Dewey, who may be regarded as an authority on the subject, has truthfully declared that it is almost impossible to tell a library thief at sight. He may hide his dishonesty beneath an exterior as smug and sanctimonious as that of Pecksniff. A prominent lawyer of Brooklyn, of distinguished appearance and fine manners, made a regular practice of stealing the periodicals in WANTED WANTED??? Board and room for two .young men of good address. Address X, care Chronicle. 5052 WANTED??? Young lady to do light house work and learn dressmaking. Good chance for right party. Inquire 217 Elyria Block L.UUIC DiBeanm Prevalent. Nearly one-half of the mortality in the United States is said to be from disease of the lungs and 75 per cent, of it preventable. Don't J it dire Too Soon. It sometimes happens that an innocent man also pleads not guilty. ??? Chicago DuHy News. public library." Being caught at It one day and accused by the librarian, he put on an air of great dignity, hotly declared he was insulted and walked out But the magazine the lawyer had stolen was found thrown down in the entry, and he ne.ver again reappeared in that library. At the New York mercantile., library a young, .woman, was dlicbyered leaving the rooms with one book, which she was entitled to. in her hand, and five others hidden under her cloak. She proved to belong to a well- to-do family, and was amply able to buy all the books?she could need. The late Dr. William F. Poole. who haTI charge of the Chicago public library, declared that many clergymen had, as regards books, an imperfect appreciation of the laws of meum tunm. He had found ministers more remiss in returning books than any other class of men. He did not intend to reflect on a noble and sacred profession by charging tee derelictions of the few upon the many, but he believed the truth about the matter should be told. He had had unpleasant experiences with men of that calling, who, after stealing books from .the library, had removed the book plates ??ttd library stamp and covered the volumes with heavy paper, carefully pasted down inside the covers. This statement seems to be borne out by the record of the Union theological seminary at New York, in its dealings with ministers and theological students. According to the librarian's report the seminary has lost 1,000 volumes, taken out and not returned. This, of course, included what were charged out, but could not be recovered. The long history of the Mercantile library of Philadelphia "Furnishes many strange cases of this form of petty larceny. At a certain period in the somewhat checkered career of this time- honored institution a number of valuable books were missed from its shelves. and moans were taken to dttect the culprit. This led to the discovery that the thief was a physician in the most respectable rank in society, snd more thar 50 volumes were found upon the shelve* of his private library and rfco'- Other examples of kleptomania in sons of accepted social position ha^ tonished the custodians of thi?? li froTg. time to tnr^, but the WANTED??? Position, by middle aged man with fair education, sober and industrious. Good references and security. Address Chronicle office, A. B. 4850 " ...... in EnurlUh W??ter.??. The 'commonest shark around British coasts is the thresher or fox shark, its utmost length is about 13 feet aaaaaaaaBQaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaa WANTED??? A reliable girl to tend baking and confectionery store. References required. Inquire Gem 20 20 13 to 15 20-60 23 The following is corrected daily. J. A. Reoblin's Grocery .Quotations. Selling New apple?, per pk ....... New potatoes, per pk .... New corn, per doz ........ Peaches, home grown, per qt Elbertas ......... .... Peaches per pk ........ Green gage plums, pk., .... Red plums, pk., '.........-.. Spanish onions, Ib ........ Green Onions, bunch 3 for 5 Turnips, per pk ............ 25 Onions ........ .......... 30 Savoy Cabbage ......;. xoc per hd. Cabbage .... ...... .... .ea 5 8 10 Bermuda Onions per Ib 08 Dairy Butter," per Ib. ........ 22 Elgin Creamery ..." 28 Clover Hill briclc. i . " 28 Strictly fresh eggs .......... 22 Cauliflower ............ ea 15-20 Egg plant ................ 10-20 Rhubarb, home grown per Jb 3 fors Tomatoes, 2 qts. .......... Beets, 2 bunches for ..... Celery, 3 bunches ......... Bakery. 4700 WANTED ??? Four, more girls at the Fay Stocking Works. Inquire at the office^ 4550 :oiit '^children to" and wife with- occupy furnished house 'and board owner and child inquire : at No. 128 Clafk street, af ternoons and evenings, or- to Chronicle office GRAIN AND STOCK J _ , fc K j Spinach, home grown peck B BBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBi QUOTATIONS BY SctiPPS-McRui PIBBS ASSOCIATION. Herrs Island, Sept. i. ??? Cattle light, steady; sheep light steady; hogs light, steady. Chicago, Sept. i.??? Cattle 6,000, Wanted ??? Several persons of character and good reputation in each state. -.(one. in this county required] to represent and advertise old established wealthy business house n solid financial standing. Salary $21 weekly : with expenses additional, al payable in cash direct each Wednesday from head offices. Horse ant carriage furnished when necessary References. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial, Caxton building, Chicago. 3700 WANTED-Places for young men and women to work "for board. Sem address to Elyria Business College Phone 461 2200 WANTED???Address of those wishing to take Elyria Business College students to board. Send your address to the College. Phone 461 ..- ' ??? 220O FOR SALE FOR SALE ??? Mealey seed wheat recleaned, ?i.oo per bushel. S. M. Mason, R. D. No. 2, Carlfsle. 4752* MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE A . robin house on I4th' avenue, Lorain, Ohio. All improvements, electric lights, g^sy bath-room complete, steam heat, cemented cellar, water closet in basement, barn i6x- 24, must sell at once, One-third cash, balance to suit. Frank A. Smith Bro., Elyria, Ohio. FOR SALE??? Fine residence pro- perity on East Third St, ^66 foot frontage. Charles L. Morse office 208 Ely Block. - ___ FOR SALEr4i0me with 55^ ????** in town of looo. Good railroad connections. Inquire 'a 'fn"is~office. MOVING SALE As long as they last Gas, Electric and Combination Fixtures, Glass Ware and Gas Portables The Elyria Plumbing, Heating ElectricCo. slow, unchanged;, hogs 15,000, active. Sheep, 25,000 strong. . S io 20 Cucumbers, each ..... 3 for Squash........ ...... ...... z for Carrots, 2 bch for .......... Lettuce Ib. .................. Parsley, 2 bch. . . '. ......... Endive, head .......... ...... Peas, per pk., ... . . . ; . . . ... 15 image serial: 8199831 image serial: 8199831

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