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Of the Committees
Resulted in the Fair's
The Members Have Been
Every Detail of Exhibition
Citizens Enjoy Fruit of Their
Names of the Members of Various
Much of tin' snceess wh ieh. marks
the Elk-' Strict Fair and Carnival
is due to the euergetie w ork of the
members of the different commit
tees. Eer since their appointment the
committee- have been untiring; in
their efforts to make every detail of
the great "-how complete.
That they have succeeded goes
without saying. The splendid ex
hibition, which has been enjoyed by
thousands of citizens of Akron and
Ohio, tcllh tho whole Mor.i.
The member.-- of the different com
Jacob Pfeiffer. chairman: W E.
Young. 1., Ij. Sif-ler, f. S Pardee
and Edwin Wagner, seeietai .
.1. H. McCrum, chairman; Alfied
Akeri-, Fiank Kiebegcr, K. P. Bur
nett, O. C. JJaiber, .1. AI. Beck, A.
N. Bliss, Gu- Burkhardt, .1. V.
Chapman, Will Christy, Charles,
J)iek, C. Ji. Denaple, L. G. Freder
ick, John Grether, C. C. Goodrich,
W.T. Heifer, J. G. Infills. W. G.
Johnston, G. A. Kempel, Henry
Klages, A. D. Logan, J. P. Loomis,
T. W. McCue. Ira AI. Miller, L. C.
Miles, W. K. Means,, A. H. Xoah.
H. S. Pell, R. M. Pillmore, C. E.
Shaw, Louis Seybold, Charles AV.
Seiberling, E. L. Toy, J. A. Viniug,
W. J. "Wildes and F. H. Weeks.
AI. F. Anderson, chairman: G. W.
Crouse, Wilmer Punbar, J. B.
Campbell. Fred AV. Butler, John H.
Long. M. W. Hoye. A. M. Young,
John Crisp, K. Jf. Buel, C. H. Baker,
Samuel S. Miller and X. P. Goodhue.
Charles P. Raid, chairman: W. H.
Hiltabidle. J. B I Good. W.T.Tobin
G. W. Clemmei, Chas. E. McMillen,
Chas. H. Chase. James J. McGowan
and Chas. It. Wolf.
goods. I. Drcher t .Sons, musical
instruments: Aultinan, Ahllcr& Co.,
Buckeje mowers and reaper-. The
Neviu Gasoline Power Co.. gasoline
engine-: the Ohio Gla- and Hard
ware Co.. hardware specialtie-and
bicxele -uiidrie-; The National
American Ciele Co.. bicycle- and an I
exhibition ! Imw the ate made. '
rheGodear Tire and Rubber C..'
rubber tiros of oery de-criplion. i
Prof. George HicJi. the" hor-eshoer.
displl of nickel-ilate shoes; Hill'
A Gault confection: M. lNeIA
Co.. good- fioiu all the depaitments
of the stole; Elmer C. Wildes. men's
shoes; American Ceieal Co.. lueak-fa-t
food- and cereal produets: ,Ia-. '
T. Flower, mantel, grate.-, tile w ork. i
etc.: Breckenridg'e Bios., tailor'
goods and made-up articles; J.W. '
Little, millinery: Byrider Bros.,
trunks and furnishing goods; JTer
rick & Son electric and gas fixture-:
china and glassware: Frank, f. a u
bach ifcCleinmer. -valuable di-pkix of
jewelry:?. E. Phinney A Co.. line
shoes; G. AI. Ott .V- Bros., mu-ic.il
instruments; Akron China Work-.
decorated china; J. B. Rutherford ,
fe Son. stoves, ranges and)
deflectors; Rohbacher & Allen, i
stoves and ranges: The Jahantj
Co., hardwaie goods, -toes, lauges.
etc.: John . I. Wagoner, coal; Frank!
I good attractions in the show
Streets of India. lr
The btretts of India were not in i
i operation Monday night, nor did
Achille Philion do the act on the )
spiral tow or. The-e interc-tiiur fea- 13
tutes. however, are in pioie )-
da . A dclav in lirct'ar.i lion-, was i J
the cause ot their noli-ajip' ai.'Uiee
Mondav afternoon and e-wiiuig.
The niu-eiuu of aiitupntie-. pre
sided oer b M. I", iuii r-o:i. eon
tains a llliin'llnu- eileetlnll ot
(things -tiange and curious, winch ?
j hae been found in Summit county. W
lor secured elsewhere by Miiiunit '
county citieii-. Vi-itor- to the fair W
, cannot aifoid to mi-s -echur the at-' U
traction- at the niu-enin. ' il
I Fireworks. ' ?
j At U o'clock Alonday night a line 18
display of firewoiks wa- srien on the f
Exhibit street, in which are the W
i booths of the melchanl-and busiiw w
l men. who aie di-iilayiirtheirwaies. I W
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Brodt, exhibit of the manner in
which gold wire work is made; Thcj0f tlc world.
Falls Riet tt Afachine Co.. display ild Han.
ui caiiiiuiiMieii-, uiv., w-iimu l .nun Tlle wlU1 man, captured in
Telephoni' Co., ex'hibit a f""i,(K)
switch board and othei telephone
apparatus, besides conducting a
branch exchange with 7o phones on
the fair gionnds: Hague Bro.. r-cenic
display of American nud Spanish
war a es-els.
Philippines, crouched down in a
laige box. on exhibition in the M id
way. is one of the Uercest looking
specimens of genus homo race ever
I seen hy Akron people. He fairly
snorts w ith rage while being gazed
at ly the crowd. However, when
the show is over he will likely bleak
awav from the aggregation and con-
Lame crowds were present at the timlH to ..tav , Akronm the wild
Elks' street fail Monday night and
man -hould be peen : h i- not onlv
;i at draw inir card. J. is a splendid
shuw. Tin animals exhibited are
fine specimens, and the daring man
ner in which tho trainer- enter the
cage-and put the bea-ts through a
series of perfomiances is "startling to
the spectators. Here is the boxing
Kangaroo that puts np a good fight
with a skilled profes-or. There is no
sham about the fight. Frank, the
kangaioo. can strike like a tripham
mer, and if business gets interesting
he stands on his tail and use- all
four with telling effect on hi- antag-
I wa-one of the bu-ie-t and mo-t at- w
tractive place-on the grounds. I he
exhibits are superb, and retlect great
credit on the exhibitor- as to the ex
cellent quality of the good- shown
I and the clever and artistic manner in
1 which they are displayed.
Laige ciowds are in attendance
upon the fair this afternoon. The
attractions are all in full blast, and
the fun and entertainment i- fast and
Polirr at Fair. '
Hobert Guillet is Chief of Police
at the Elks' fail. The -penil- are:
Isaac Afowdei, Geoige Adkiii-. V. i
A. Clark. ). I.. Walker. Geo. Halm,
A. A. Halter. August Habeikost.
G'eo. Wetstein. John Stout. Charles
RodenhauL'h. John Widdeisheim, j
Fl.inklin spidal. Geoige Able, Alex.
Mcl.aughlii'. P.. F. I).ii-. Jacob I
Great Reductions in
.'.Or Goods Buying..
( ur -rock imt.-l !n reluevi ;i- much ;t n--:ibh before
liegiiuiiiiir our extension and inijirovements. wliich we
will begin Auru-t 1st.
We will open our enlariied and improved store about
September J Oth. -
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AV. AL HILTABIDLE.
"Csteemed Leading Knight.
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head of the Oriental theater, and
among the dancoisaie Aline. Maud
do Leon, Iiltle Kgypt, La Bella Ko-a
Fatima, bensational dancer. In the
theater Abraham and Mike Lincoln
ga.ve an exhibition of a Moorish
Tho names of the exhibitors and
what, they display follow: Reitl
Bros., trunks and shoes; J.Koch is,
Co., clothing and men's furnishing
everybody enjoyed a hearty
The long and varied lKt of enter
taining features were -w ell patron
ized, each one finding admirer
among the general ciowd.
Alounted away up on the biir tow er, '
the Cristobal Colon search light sent '
its stiongilliiminating torce toexery
nook and corner of the grounds, it
was particularly interesting and
pleasing to the spectators.
The theaters and attractions on the
Alidway, with their gaudy colois, ',
dancing, acrobatic and special fea-j
turesweie full )f jolly" entertain
ment from first to last.
War Pictures. !
One of the line-t attractions on the !
i irr.illiifIL t tli.. .-.l..4 :...-.! .. .. . - l.!l.t I
tion, producing the mnal battle of:
Alauila and Ihe chaigc of the Hough
Kiders up San Juan hill, beside.-
realit-tie production showing tho
dynamite gunboat, Vesuvius, in ac- '
tion, bombaidiug Satingu, in which
200-pound shells arc seen exploding
with terrific le-ult-.; alr.o a laige
number of other realistic scenes
which are instructive and entei tabl
ing. This exhibition ih produced by
the latest .scientilic electric nieth
od.s of the world, and is under the
management of C.I.Sturgis, w ho was
present dining some of the mentoia
ble buttles in ult. w.n n j(, .Spain.
While one shudders, at the mere
thought of what Bos-t. Ue Philip
pine snake charmer doesm the midst
of 200 wriggling snakes of ox ciy de
scription, no one leaves the exhibi
tion without a realization that Uosco
is one of the grealcfetsnakc charmers
, j one holy terroi,but fourt- f ot them.
The Geinian village was one of the
most popular placcsnu the fair Alon
day evening. AVith the Tyrolean
singers, the excellent refieshments,
and the jolly good feeling existing, a
large crowd was attracted to the vil
lage. The gondola, w ith its comical
whistle, fantastic construction and
jolly rides was a favorite attraction
with the children, and aNo a pleading
diversion to the older folk-.
Hagenback'- animal sln was a
Established in 1867
! Full Inn of
1 llmtockcepinv GudJs
1MB a in St., J
L'MJ'S. IINKH and TOILLT
UV. R(uisirt' Imported China from
I tin ( -t loreign tiMiiiir.ii'iureist
i-it om sti re
You are welcome at all times
tjEDoii i Fail lo isit our ho )ih at Elk' Fair and eo display.
1 Great Clearance Sale I
c-. -FNJo-w on atThe
r- "a"""'tr" v sr""ji j" s. ja
urn uu. i
sr J sIlLVI'S) M l kNK.in.
does the fair thing
bi' the wig
gling act. and dressed up in a gay
summer diess and hat, loud enough
to cry an auction, looks very much
like a dancer; and. in fact, weie a
person under any other kind of in
fluence than the inspiration of the
good time in general. Alme. Fatima.
might he taken for one of the -Philippine
lace, the untamable lion, is territlc.
He is tierce, and the spectators hold
their breath while the trainer is in
Wemei Louis LoeJller. Wm. AIc
Connick. V. J. Cummins. Albert
Ifoepka, Thomas Kiehaids, Cyius
Reading, V. Caipenter, Clitr Jacob
son, Lester Hastings. Chailes A.
Dayman. Joseph AVerne. II. B. Hotf
nian. C. ir.Kdwards. S. AL Ale Far
laud. Thomas Dillon.
AVith its magnetic iiillueiiees of
spontaneous gayety and inepressible
merriment, with its endless round of
jolly umuciiieiit. the dazzling lights
flom the booths anil bazaars, the
the cage. The nerlorminir nuiuas
ne good, and then there aie other ' happy faces and merry glee of comit-
i Ie children, the soft, mellow colors
of the women's summer gowns, the
i grace and loelines- of Akion'.s
wealth and fashion, the soft and
Big bargains offered on all Summer Shoes.
Men's $o.o0 hand welt Russia calf oxfords now $2.50
Men's .SO hand well Russia i-alf. Knlisli bal.now $2.80
Men's o.OU iroodyear welt kid hoots I10W $2.40
Ladies 2.o() tan'kid lace, Dew.-y toe nOW $2.95
Ladies' 4.00 tan kid lace. Dewey toe 110W $3.50
Ladies' Delsartes, best f'K-'.O line of lino shoe
made or sold in Akron . . HOW $3.00
Ladie' oxi'ords at 97c, $1.25 and $1,50
Saves you from 2-jc t 7V on each paii
iiigline of Childien'.s
StKii Slippers cheap.
132 S. Hain St.
I 'lease don't ask Tor
credit alien we stH
on shoes .it cpsi ;uul
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The largest manufacturers of- Cereals in the world. C
Among its commodities the celebrated....
EDWIN WA(JNEK, SECRETAKY.
Continued on Sith l'age.
.swelling note- of the oiehc-tias, and
thousand and one pictuies pieseuted
by the tlnoiigal the Klks' fair 'I'ues-
da night eaii-i d llieea-u.il obseier
to ponder for a moment in wonder-' "'
incut whethei he wasn't realizing the
faiiy "s dream of paradisiacal exist
ence. It i.s caiclulh estimated that lli.VNH)
people Msiteil the lair Tin day eeli
ing. All tbeatliaction-ueie.it (heir
best, and ei ,v -hou on tbeglounds
was in lull operation.
Kn-I "I all. pel hap-, -lionld be
mentioned Achille I'liilinu'- act on
Ibe spfi.il to ei mi t li-liiidw :i . ll"V
lfilauctt en :i 1 ". tr" wi-ei'ion bfU. he
"illed W'nsoif up w"i"U'iic i?" to
tii e top oi t" high twei "d de
scended ani'd a -jnwi ot lirr verkf
that foi ni'lise. hi display .ilneist
challenge description. 'I'be te.il was
wonderful and pciloinied with a sue-
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