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VOLUME EIGHT. NUMBER 7(5
AKRON, OHIO, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 18. 1899.
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Issue Is Authorized.
Money For Street and
Appointment of Prosecu
tor C. C. Benner.
Consolidation of Two
Allyn Street Resident's
Little business of special import
ance was transacted by the City
Council Monday night.
The appointment of C. C. Benner
by Mayor Young as police prosecutor
The consolidation of the Akron
Traction & Electric Co. and A. B. C.
road was approved.
An ordinance was introduced fur
the improvement of Allyn st., from
Exchange to the Wolf ledge. The
ordinance called for stone curbing
and brick pavement with a slag
foundation. Samuel Mitchell spoke
in favor of the improvement. Thir
teen names were signed to the peti
tion. A remonstrance, signed by 12
persons, wa read. Referred to Street
An ordinance to establish a grade
upon Myrtle Place from Maple st. to
the west end passed.
An ordinance to adopt a plan of
sewerage for sewer districts 1, fi, 8
and a was referred to the sewer com
mittee. An ordinance providing for a sew
er on Yale st. from Thornton st. to
Russell av. carried.
An ordinance passed for the sprink
ling of Park st. from Summit to Col
Street Improvement Bonds.
Bonds wereissued in the sum of
$10,000 to create a fund for the pay
ment of improvement on Johnston
st. from Arlington to McGowan sts.
A $0,000 issife authorized for the
payment of the work for sewer dis
tricts S and 9. The sum of $3,000
was authorized for the Buckeye st.
improvement. All the bonds are to
be sold at 1 per cent and be dated
The pay roll was passed. It con
tained an item of $185 for R. S. Paul.
Mr. Paul has made a plat of the ter
ritory that is proposed to be annexed
The Street committee recommend
ed that a new equalization board be
appointed for Maiden Lane alley.
Mr. Paul stated that George J.
Ayliffe had been taxed about 11
times the correct amount for his
frontage. The report was adopted.
The City Clerk announced that the
assessing boards of Buchtel ave. and
Johnston St., had filed their report.
It was ordered published.
The East Market st. Improvement
" committee reported progress.
A report was adopted which is ad
verse to changing the limits.
Mr. Paul Citizens on Eabt Buch
tel ave., near Market st., want an
electric light. North Howard st.
catch basin, near Ridge st., is filled
up. A., B., C. cars continue to drop
down North Hill. There is no ordi
nances by which a motorman can be
arrested for running ata high rate 'of
speed. One will probably be passed
Mr. Sorrick Washout on lpon
St., 100 feet from Adams st.
Mr. Homan Residents on Kirk
wood st. want to know what has been
done in the matter of the improve
ment of said street. A new grade is
desirable. New sidewalks are want
ed onBalchst.,in front of the Lukesh
property. Complaint about end-
Fair tonight fair and
ing of gutters on Crosby extension.
Mr. Thompson Beaver -t. people
want three vapor lights. Sidewalk?
on Broadway, between Exchange
and Buchtel a, need cleaning. Spi-
eer St., near Enchaiige, needs t4 be
filled up. Kling t. residents want
Mr. Fiebeger Complaint is made
about the planking on the West Ex
change st. canal bridge.
Mr. Brady Home st. residents
want relief from storm water. West
Cedar st. people have asked for elec
tric lights for several years. He
said : "I see ten are to be placed in
the vicinity of Hall's park and fail
to see the reason why the Cedar t.
residents are not cared for."
Mr. Markle The main trunk sewer
is wanted extended from .River st.
out Factory to Market, so that the
Market st. sewer can connect with
it. Referred to Sewer and 'Water
Robbers Took all of
Lingle's Loose Change.
Officers Arrested Gang of Tramps at
Union Depot Police Court.
A. C. Lingle of Kyrone, Pa., was
robbed of $2.60, a razor, a pair of
pants and two shirts in a B. fc O.
box car near Warwick Monday after
noon by three men.
Lingle was stealing a ride to his
home. While in the car they sneak
ed behind him, yelled, ''Hey. there,"
and Lingle swung himself around.
He wan confronted by three men.
two of them holding revolvers at his
head. "Hands up," the men order
ed, "or we'll kill you."' Ho saved
his life by sacrificing his belongings.
Lingle 'got out of the car. The
conductor was informed aud he had
word telegraped to Akron of the af
fair. Chief of Police Harrison or
dered a squad of officers to lay in
wait for the freight train at the
Union depot. It arrived about 5
o'clock. Policemen were stationed
on either side of the track and they
succeeded in capturing nine hobos,
but the thugs didn't happen to be in
the nine. This morning Mayor
Young discharged the vagrants.
The scene at the depot at the time
the arrests were made was exciting.
One fellow attempted to escape the
blue coats by running through Grace
park. Martin Harris gave chase and
fired a shot at him. The effect was
instantaneous. He returned to the
arms of the officer. Another shot
was fired at one who tried to get
through Heppert's yard.
It is believed the guilty parties left
the train at the coal chutes beyond
Barberton, when the train stopped
for water. They have not been lo
cated as yet.
Geo. Adcock of Cuyahoga Falls
was arraigned in Police court on a
charge of assault and battery. He
pleaded not guilty and was released
on a $200 bond to appear next Tues
day. Abram T. Adams caused his arrest
for the alleged assault of Rosa
Adams on June 22.
Andrew "Tobe" Jackson had his
son William arrested for the alleged
theft of $3.3T) worth of 'hay, harness,
James Burlison has been appoint
ed county detective to succeed Ed
Dunn. The contract was closed
Monday. He will receive $30 per
month for the work.
An Experience Among Farmers.
I am a farmer and have plenty of
hard work to do, but when I am real
tired, a cup of Postum Cereal Food
Coffee is more benefit to me than any
drink I can get. Wife and the whole
family use Postum now, and you
couldn't get them to go back to the
old-fashioned coffee. " Our family
doctor recommends it to his patients
and uses it himself in his own family.
One time we sent to town for Pos
tum, but the store sentusout a pack
age of an imitation of Pos
tum. We discovered it as soon as it
was cooked and had to throw itaway,
for once accustomed to what we be
lieve is the only genuine cereal cof
fee, we can't drink the imitations.
When the threshers were at our
house last fall, we served them with
Postum Food Coffee, and when we
explained what it was, they all said
they liked it, and some drank as
much as three cups full. Two of my
nearest neighbors use it regularly.
One of our neighbors used it for 'a
little while, but gave it up, and we
found out it was because they didn't
boil it long enough. That is the only
way to get a good taste out of Post
um. We attribute our present good
health to leaving off the old-fashioned
coffee and using Postum. Jno.
Picht, Colo, Iowa.
A Complete Success.
Long and Varied List of
Everybody Enjoyed Hearty
Theaters and Attractions
Was Brisk on
Large crowds were present at the
Elks' street fair Monday night, and
everybody enjoyed a hearty good
The long and varied list of enter
taming features were well patron
ized, each one finding admirers
among the general crowd.
Mounted away up on the big tower,
the Cristobal Colon search light sent
its strong illuminating force to every
nook and corner of the grounds. It
was particularly interesting and
pleasing to the spectators.
The theaters and attractions on the
Midway, with their gaudy colors,
dancing, acrobatic and special fea
tures were full of jolly entertain
ment from first to last.
One of the finest attractions on the
grounds is the electrical war exhibi
tion, producing the naval battle of
Manila and the charge of the Rough
Riders up San Juan hill, besides a
realistic production showing the
dynamite gunboat, Vesuvius, in ac
tion, bombarding Satiago, in which
200-pound shells are seen exploding
with terrific results; also a large
number of other realistic scenes
which are instructive and entertain
ing. This exhibition is produced by
the latest scientific electric meth
ods of the world, and is under the
management of C.J.Sturgis, who was
present during some of the memora
ble battles in the war with Spain.
While one shudders at the mere
thought of "what Bosco, the Philip
pine snake charmer does in the midst
of 200 wriggling snakes of every de
scription, no one leaves the exhibi
tion without a realization that Bosco
is one of the greatest snake charmers
of the world.
The wild man, captured in the
Philippines, crouched down in a
large box, on exhibition in the Mid
way, is one of the fiercest looking
specimens of genus homo race ever
seen by Akron people. He fairly
snorts with rage while being gazed
at by the crowd. However, when
the 6how is over he will likely break
away from the aggregation and con
tinue to stay in Akron but the wild
man should be seen; he is not only
one holy terror, but fourteen of them.
The German village was one of the
most popular places at the fair Mon
day evening. With the Tyrolean
singers, the excellent refreshments,
and the jolly good feeling existing, a
large crowd was attracted to the vil
lage. The gondola, with its comical
whistle, fantastic construction and
jolly rides was a favorite attraction
with the children, and alsoapleasing
diversion to the older folks.
Hagenback's animal show was a
great drawing card. It is a splendid
show. The animals exhibited are
fine specimens, and the daring man
ner in which the trainers enter the
cages and put the beasts through a
series of performances is startling to
the spectators. Hern is the boxing
Kangaroo that puts up a good fight
with a skilled professor. Ther is no
sham about the flght. Frank, the
kangaroo, can strike like a trip ham
mer, and if business gets interesting
he stands on his tail and uses all
four with telling effect on his antag
onist. The couchee-couchee bear
does the fair thing by the wig
gling act. and dressed up in a gay
summer dress and hat, loud enough
to cry an auction, looks very much
like a dancer: and, in fact, were a
person under any other kind of in
fluence than the inspiration of the
good time in general, Mine. Fatima,
might be taken for one of the Phil
ippine couchee-couchee-esses. Wal
lace, the untamable lion, is terrific.
He is fierce, and the spectators hold
their breath-while the trainer is in
the cage. The performing pumas
are good, and then there are other
good attractions in the show.
Streets of India.
The Streets of India were not in
operation Monday night, nor did
Achille Philion du the act on the
spiral tower. These interesting fea
tures, however, are in progress to
day. A delay m preparations, was
the cause of their non-appearance
Monday afternoon and evening.
The museum of antiquities, pre
sided over by M. F. Anderson, con
tains a marvellous collection of
things strange and curious, which
have been found in Summit county,
or secured elsewhere by Summit
county citizens. Visitors to the fair
cannot afford to miss seeing the at
tractions at the museum
At 10 o'clock Monday night a fine
display of fireworks was given on the
Exhibit street, in which are the
booths of the merchants and business
men, who are displaying their wares,
was one of the busiest aud most at
tractive places on the grounds. The
exhibits are superb, and reflect great
credit on the exhibitors as to the ex
cellent quality of the goods shown
and the clever aud artistic manner in
which they are displayed.
Large crowds are in attendance
upon the fair this afternoon. The
attractions are all in full blast, and
the fun and entertainment is fast and
Police at Fair.
Robert Guillct is Chief of Police
at the Elks' fair. The specials are:
Isaac Mowder, George Adkins, V.
A. Clark, O. L. Walker, Geo. Hahn,
A. A. Halter, August Haberkost,
Geo. Wetzstein, John StoutT Charles
Rodenbaugh, John Widdersheim,
Franklin Spidal, George Able, Alex,
McLaughlin, B. F. Davis, " Jacob
Werner, Louis LoefHer, Win. Mc
Connick, P. J. Cummins, Albert
Roepka, Thomas Richards, Cyrus.
Reading, F. Carpenter, Cliff Jacob-
son, 1 jester Hastings, Unarles A,
Dayman, Joseph Werne, R. B. Hoff
man, C. H. Edwards, S. M. McFar
land, Thomas Dillon.
Summit Lake Park Theatre.
The show at this resort this
week is far above the average of
vaudeville shows, every act being a
feature. Wilbur Mack and Isabelle
Fenton do a dramatic sketch en
titled "Her First Husband," which
won continual applause. The singing
of Lillian Chester deserves especial
mention. The three La Raines do
an acrobatic Irish comedy act
which was very much appreciated.
The dancing of Addie Smith and the
burlesque of Lambert and Mack are
last but not least.
BUSINESS MEETING The An
imal club willjhold a business meet
ing Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock
at their club room.
ARTERY SEVERED Mrs. Ed
ward Tracy of the Broadway house,
cut her right wrist Thursday while
washing windows. An artery was
severed. Dr. E. A. Montenyohl at
CAMERA CLUB MEETING
There will be a special meeting of
the Akron Camera club Wednesday
evening to arrange for an outing. All
members are requested to be present.
LOST Yesterday, a black satin
belt, with a fancy buckle, seal and
gold, on Market, Howard, or Main
sts. Finder please leave at this of
fice or at 104 East Chestnut st. Miss
AT RANDOLPH PARK The
four-act comedy drama, "A Social
Judas," presented by the stock com
pany at Randolph park theatre Mon
day night was a particularly clever
and well-performed play. A larce
audience was present and showed
their appreciation of the show by
vigorous and prolonged applause.
The play is descriptive of evils that
occasionally creep into social life
and 1b strong in comedy and drama.
In Portage Golf Club.
Members Disagree on
Employment of Expert.
Some Believe He Is Not
Kennedy and Maher Are to
Becord Broken Local
' Sporting News.
All is not lovely in the Portage
There are internal dissensions
which are not known to the public
Some of the members of the organ
ization are dissatisfied with the
amount of money which has been
expended. It is claimed the club
has been conducted on a too extrav
There is also a difference of opin
ion in relation to the expert who is
employed by the club. Some of the
members believe that it is not neces
sary to employ a man to give instruc
tion in (he game. It i probable
that a special meeting of the club
will bf called to consider the mat
ters. Broke the Record.
Thirty-eight heats were paced and
trotted at the race meeting last week.
The average time was U:1,,, which
breaks all previous record for the
Fountain park track.
" - Matinee Postponed.- - ,
There will be no matinee given at
Fountain park Friday. The Akron
Driving club lias decided to postpone
the meeting one week. At that time
several new horses will bo started.
Mardetta, in the stable of William
Richardson, will be started.
Kennedy Will Meet Maher.
Joe Kennedy, the San Francisco
heavy weight, who lately gained a
decision over Gus Ruhlin, has an of
fer of a purse by one of the New
York clubs to meet Peter Maher.
Kennedy says he will light the Irish
man, but wants his expenses east.
LEAGUE GAMES YESTERDAY.
At Baltimore Baltimore, 2 runs. 7 hits
and 5 errors: Cleveland, T runs, 12 hits and 1
error. Batteries Nops, Kitson and Cnsham:
Hughey and Schreckengost. Umpires Lynch
and Connolly. Attendance, 1,561.
Second iraiue Baltimore, 21 runs, 21 hits and
w errors; Cleveland, 6 runs, 12 hits and 7 er
rors. Batteries Howell and Kobinson; Bates
and Schreckengw-t. Umpires Lynch and
At Philadelphia Philadelphia, 3 runs. 9 hits
and 2 errors; Cincinnati, 2 runs. 8 hits and
1 error. Batteries Doiiohuc and HcFarland;
i hillips and 'Wood. Umpires Mannasm
and .smith. Attendance, 2,183.
At Bo-ton Boston, 9 runs, 8 hits and 2 er
rors; Pittsburc, 5 runs, 12 hits and 3 errors.
Batteries Lewis and Clarke: Sparks, Hotter
and Bowernuii. Umpires Emslie and Mc
Donald. Attendance, 2,300.
At Brooklyn Brooklyn, 7 run-,, IT hits
and 1 error: Chicago, 4 runs, 8 hits and 2
error-. Batteries Hushes and MrOuire;
Garvin and Donahue. Umpires Swartwood
and Hunt. Attendance, 2.G30.
Washington Louisville fame postponed on
account of in et gounds.
Mainline of the Clubs.
W. L. Pc. W. L. PC.
Brooklyn Ki 24 .688 Cincinnati J6 38 .486
Phila 47 27 .KB Pittsburg 35 40 .477
Boston 48 28 .f35 New York-it) 42 .440
Chicago. 43 HU .589 Louisville .-80 44 .405
Baltimore...43 Jl .581 Waah'gton .25 51 .329
St. Louis 14 32 .579 Cleveland...l3 63 .171
Cftine- scheduled For Today.
Pitt'burs at Brooklyn, St. Louis at Boston,
Chicago al New York, Louisville at Phila
delphia. Cuieimiati at Baltimore and Cleve
land at Washington.
Interstate League- Came.
At Grand Kapids Grand Rapids, U runs, 14
hits and 4 errors; Mansfield, 12 runs, 19 hits and
5 errors. Batteries Onmpbell, AVolfe andBe
ville; Miller and Belt.
At Dajton Dayton, 5 runs. 12 hits and 5
errors: Wheeling, 6 runs, 11 hits and I error.
Batteries Brodie and Donahue; Wells and
At Toledo Toledo. 1 run, 4 hits and 2 er
rors; Newcastle, 0 runs, 7 bits and 3 errors.
Batteries Ferguson anil Arthur; Strelt and
At Findla Fmdlay, 3 run), 7 hits and 2 er
rors: Fort Wayne. 5 runs, 11 hits) and 3 errors :
Batteries Ball and Spiesman; Sample and
Interstate League Standing.
W. U Vc. "fj,irPc
Toledo ..ji) 23 6 Y'n'gstown-ia 40 .452
Mansfleld ...41 , .577 G. Kapids33 45 .118
Ft. Wayne..-4't 32 .573 Dayton......81 48 .403
New Catle.3T 32 .536 Wheelinff...-23 47 ,873
Games Scheduled For Today.
New Ca-tle at Toledo, Youngstown at Fort
Wayne, Mansfield at OrandRapids and Wheel
ing " Dayton
At Cleveland Has Little
Situation Will be Discussed at
Meeting Friday Night.
The strike situation existing be
tween the employes and the Big
Consolidated company at Cleveland
will likely he discussed by the local
union of Street Car Employes at
tiieir regular meeting Friday night.
Thus far the Cleveland strike has
not effected Akron beyond the fact
that A.. B. & C. cars are running
only to Xewburg, a distance of about
six miles from the Cleveland public
As yet local men have said noth
ing indicative of their ordering a
Pearson P. Treash of 306 Second
st., a clerk in Elmer C. Wildes' gen
tlemen's shoe store, is the first vic
tim of the kissing bug in Akron. He
was bitten while at Lakeside park.
His lip was badly swollen. This is
the only case in Akron where the
much talked-of kissing bug has op
erated. HEART TROUBLE
Caused Death of Archer J. Archer
Archer .1. Archer, a son of Airs.
Jennie M. Archer, or 25(5 North Main
st., died in Pittsburg Monday morn
ing of rheumatism of tho heart.
He operated a typesetting machine
and was well known in Akron. At
one time he was assistant foreman in.
the Werner Co.
At His New Job Was an Unlucky
Milton Baker, aged 15 years, a son
of Mrs. John B. Richards of 210 East
Furnace st., met with a painful ac
cident Tuesday morning at the paper
mill of the Thomas Phillips Co., by
which a severe cut was inflicted on
his right knee. The hoy was feeding
a paper press and his clothing got
tangled in the wheels, causing the
accident. He was removed to the
office of Dr. E. O. Leberman and the
injury dressed. This was young
Baker's first clay at the mill.
Of C, A. & C. to Cincinnati Will Be
Ever since tho Pennsylvania Rail
road secured control of the passenger
department of the Cleveland, Akron
& Columbus there has been more or
less talk of the train service to Cin
cinnati being improved. It has since
been learned that this schedule is now
being figured on, and as soon as the
details arecomplete,and it is thought
practicable, it will be put into eirect.
So far there are no details known of
the plans. It is said in a general
way, however,that there will be some
material changes in the time, which
will be to the advantage of the trav
eling public and the Pennsylvania
railroad. There are a good many
things to harmonize on this venture
that will make the matterof forming
a new schedule a diflicult one.
It is said also that in (Ik- tiew
schedule there will be a decided im
provement scon on the service to St.
Louis. Tho road has at present a
very good schedule, but the one
promised'is far better than the one in
The management at Summit Lake
Park has been phenomenally fortu
nate this week in securing and being
able to present to the public of Akron
some of the very best talent on the
vaudeville stage, including such peo
ple as Wilbur Muck, assisted by Isa
belle Fenton, who have been feat
ured in all the leading vaudeville
houses in the country. The three La
Beams, in one of the most entertain
ing acrobatic sketches before the
public; Smith and Chester, high
class duellists, and Lambert and
Maes. Ix not fail t attend this,
the best slfow f the seqson. ') 'nfce
Rapid Transit cars fur park. Plvie.
Refrigerators, lawn "mowers and
ice crenin freezers at cost to close out
at Hkrkick fc Sox'e.
i These Bright, Sunny Bays 1
ft Canst' headache ami eye strain if sag. h
ffi there are defects of vision. igslPP,. in
ft Eyes Examined, Lenses Fitted, "'SggP
' Frames adjusted, Lenses Ground and Matched
All on short
FnP nivfirPP FlM
rUI UIVUrOG f lied.
Wife Returned From
Europe Just In Time
To Have Summons
Served on Her.
Handsome Clara Groetz Is the
Dismissed -Application Filed
John B. Groetz has filed an action
for a divorce from Clara Groetz.
The defendant recently returned
to Akron from an European visit.
She has been away for several years.
The petition was filed soon after she
reached home. The papers were
served on her at the home of her
The defendant is an unusually
nantiaome woman, it. will be re
membered that she figured in a sen
sational atfair hero several years ago. I
Since then she has been but little in
Akron. Her husband charges her
witli willful absence.
She informed the deputy sheriff
that she did not intend to contest the
case. Mrs. Groet. was married
when 16 years of age. The petition
for a divorce was filed several days
ago hut has been kept from the files.
Granted a Divoree.
Jennie F. Shaw was granted a di
vorce Tuesday morning from Wil
liam Jasper Shaw. She alleges gross
neglect of duty.
The divorce easeof Claia ALBrown
vs. Galin E. Brown, was heard Tues
day by Judge Kohler, but no decis
ion was rendered.
The case of Catherine Mantell s.
Amanda Pontius "has been dismissed.
Tho Akron Street Railway & II-
Iuminating company, one of the de-j
fendants in the case of Belle Lieboldj
vs. The Akron & Cuvahora Falls I
Rapid Transit company et al., has
filed an answer in which it is denied
i Nat ura
: Notice to the Citizens of Akrosi :
; In order to introduce into all homes in the city of
: AKron in tne snortest possioie time tne use or natural
Gas, The East Ohio Gas company will give
I A Discount, From the Present Fixed Rates, of
5c For Each 1,000 Cubic Feet.
; Of gas. used for domestic purposes during the year com
.mencing July 1st, 1899, and ending July 1st, 1900.
5 As the company is making all house connections at
actual cost of materials and labor, it believes that this
saving in the price of gas will go largely towards the
: expense of piping the houses and will give the company
: the advantage of having every citizen (even the poorest)
; as a consumer, thus affording to all the best and cheap-
est fuel. To encourage the use of gas by manufacturers,
; special rates will be given on application at the office.
: E. STRONG,
154 South Main Street.
that she was a passenger on the
company's car on the date mention
ed in the petition.'
An application asks that a guar-
jlUan,eilII,oite1 fr Mary Sackett,
I an alleged lunatic, a; years of age.
She has property valued at $800.
The arguments in the Mogadore
incorporation case will be made to
Judge Kohler Wednesday morning.
On Committee's Report
Will be Taken Tonight.
An Informal Conference of the Board
Eleven members of the Board of
Education met at the law offices of
Otis fc Otis Monday evening.
The meeting was held for the pur
pose of informally discussing the re
port made by the Investigating Com
mittee of Five.
There is u feeling in .the Board
that the report, as it now stands, is
not till that it should be. No definite
conclusion is reached or recommen
dation maire. This was the princi
pal objection made at the confer
ence. Another matter, which re
ceived attention, was the testimony
of witnesses who appeared before the
committee. Several members ex
pressed themselves in favor of hav
ing all of it made public. It is
doubtful whether the Board will
take any action on the report to
night. It will probably be consid
ered at a special meeting.
LAKESIDE PARK CASINO
There was never a better entertain
ment offered the public in Akron
than that at Lakeside Casino this
week. AI. Weston, a comic aud de
scriptive singer, introducinghis won
derful laughing Ming, "So Do I,"
scored a big hit and received rounds
of applause. Galladdo the clay
molder, was the greatest ever seen
here. His work is wonderful. Col
lins and Ray in their sketch "Home
from the Lodge." weie great favor
ites with tho iiudipiice. Mi Flor
ence Henri Kinir. however, probably
does the most artistic turn of thebill.
Her violin playing is exquisite. Xona
Winter, the child actress, who ap
pears with Banks Winter in a pretty
little sketch, entitled "When I help
Ma do the Washing," is
only nine years of age. She
is as pretty as a wax doll, aud acts as
naturally on tho stage as mi v child in
every day life. Every act is good
and the casino should have packed
lse every afternoon and evening
Steamer for L.L. parks and! daily