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THE DAILY DEMOCRAT
ROOM VIEWS 4!iSto8iSiS
Edw. S. Harter Fred W. Gtyer
Editors and M&nigert.
Ed H. DB LA Court, II gr. XdTerUilnf Dpt
THE AKRON UEMOOBAT COMPANY
Home Akron Elks,
Finest Lodge and Club
Rooms In Siate.
This is Old Sol's busy season
and wc are meeting him half-way
with some cold facts for HOT
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TO TELiPHOHE THE DEMOCRAT CALl
Reading Room Particularly In
teresting and Cheery.
in ifonon or the elks.
The Dkmockai dedicate its fou
venir edition today to the Akron lodge
of the Benovolent and Protective
Order of Elks.
Royal Purple and "White are dear
to every member of this enterprising
order and ihe Dijmockat comes to
minrraed Li the"- f;iiind color
Cieditlorthe splendid m.pcm oi j Thp !odge and club looin of ,he
The Quarters Posses
Elegant Pictures Adorn
the Walls of Rooms.
the grrat uvtii gieii ' AJruii "lii
week belongs to all the members of
the loc:il lodge, who have given
freely of their mean:-, their tin e.
their energy that Akron people and
their neighbois may be v. ell enter
tained. The eonnnitM-e- in charge
of the various dep-irtmenis lin
done their work in a wry cu.iitable
In tlio ii.iiiii' of tlie KIks tli l)i:io
ckat extendi- a coidial welcome to
the thousand- of visitors who will
come here fr"ia other cities to see
Akron Elks are the finest in th" city.
iu fact they are conceded by visitor?
to be the most luxuriant of any in
Large and elegantly furnished
rooms, correct in every appointment,
occupying the second and tliiid
floors of tlie Ayliffe block on Mill st.,
opposite the Buchtel hotel, possess
every attraction to be desired by
wealth, culture and fashion. More
than $17,000 have been spent in fur
nishing the rooms, and tlie artistic
taste displayed in the selection of
manage a rborou-rh! v up to-dat
Street Tan riEd Cirnh nl
how AkronV public-spirito'l Hlks ! ornaments for the walls, balk and
ulairwayB 's more tiri" ci'liabe.
On the first fioorare the secretary"?
jctBceand rmoting i.joni "r- iccep-
tion ani leading room tiin billiard
hall, eaf" and sideboaids. The lodge
ruum ;i!id banquet hall 'are on the
The chairs and other fmnituie of
the lodge room are co-Uy and ele
gant, being tin1 p siticul.ir prid of
1 the eldel.
The Elks h;io spent about 3,0
for pictmc" to adorn t!i" wall.-., li
tlie collection aiesome fine subject.1
in steel engr.ning, painting and
A particulate interesting and
c n-ei'y place i-. :be leading loom.
I'heic aie t be feund all tl.e l.ifcst
and most elevating publ ie.it ioh.-. and
peiiodicals ot the literary and
All in all. (be lilks' lodge and club
rooms are of Midi beautiful char
acter that Akron, as well as the
lodge, has an especial pride in them.
Miss Mabel Treesh and Miss Bertha
Rush of Ligonier, Ind., ate visiting
Squire and Mrs. W. F. Coleman ot
Ta-sen by the Elks
Concerning the Midway
When the executive committee of
the Elks street fair booked the Mid
way it was assured by Manager Gas
Uill that the exhibition'- would be
clean and creditable; that there
Mould be but one muscle dance, bet
ter known as the couchee-couchee.
Mayor Young visited the Dayton
street fair on tlie closing day, when
there was only a small crowd pres
ent, and was only able to see the
Japanese and American exhibitions.
The fair was given under the auspi
ces of theChaniber of Commerce and
the C'oinmeicial club. Mayor Young
talked with the executive committee
and some of the prominent citizens,
including the mayor of the city, and
was assured that the shows given by
Mr. Gaskill were very satisfactory.
He visited Dayton to ascertain the
amount of room necessary for the
nhows and the character of their ex
hibitions. The notice thai considerable com
plaint was made oi the show at Co
lumbtib iu reference to some of the
attractions on the Midway was im
mediately telegraphed to Mr. Gas
kill that he would not be peimitted
to bring those objectionable shows to
Akion: Mr. t.H-kill replied that he
was held responsible fin all tin- ob
jectionable shows, but tin- fact wa
that lie bad iiothimr to do with their
management, a- they wem -ide at
tr.ieiioiis. Tuesday nigbl the executive com-,
mittee visited all the -how-, on the
midway. A meeting was held this
morning at which itnvas decided
tiutt all exhibition of muscle, or
couchee-couchee dancing, must be
stopped, with the exception of one
show, that show to be composed of
Oriental people, and to be exhibited
to botti sexes who desire to attend.
There will be no shows Tor men
only and back room shows will not
The Executive committee, as well
as members of the lodge, pride them
selves in the fact that they have
bloilght together one of the best en
tertainments thai could be seen at a
nominal fee. They propos-- to eon
dtlet it in a manner Hint w ill v'iw no
offense, to ati on .
They realue,hoveer.that an exhi
bition or entertainment of this kind
must be somewhat general or popu
lar, as it is but natural that amuse
ments should be furnished to please
all the people. They expect that
every man, woman and child in Ak
ron will see the show by tlie end of
Vooster av., and other friends and
relatives. Miss Trcesh is Mrs. Cole
S. M. Sadler and wife and daugh
ter. Clarite of Omaha, Neb., are
the gnestb of Attorney O. I. Sadler
and family, iH Carroll st.
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as tomorrow's sunrise.
Akron's Biggest Clothiers
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rece:ptiow hall, e:eks cslvjb.
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IJavu always been right at our establishment ami. we have never talked fm
very lmwh about PIT, STYLE and WORKMANSHIP, and we are not goinc to '
give ou much brairand bluster now. roalizii'vjr (hat the "BEST FOR THE (g!
MONEY ALWAYS" is the only way to win trado. We are going to ask you fM
BII-.E-liQi.F3 0) C3j-F5?OE:, ELKS CLUB.
Before Buying a $ .
to investigate the Fit. Style and General Appearand' of the garments we
turn out this fall. We are in shape to turn out the best work ever seen in fj&
Akron. Come in and see if we do as we advertise. fiSj
120 South Howard St.. Akron, 0.
'1 reasurer HOMER JiERGER.
It will pay to call and get om
puces and see the celebrated
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!iWho Will Occupy Rooms
In Walsh Block.
Htistiino Yoiiny Business Ken
Splendid Denial Parlors.
Among tlie tenants who hiivo ar-
$ 1 ranged for leoii-s in tiie new Walsh
block, an illustration ami ilesoription
&"1o1t Q P1 f 'this issue, is the l!n
Ko. 1050 South Main st.
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To make an extia fine ginger snap
lake 1 il. best X. O. molasses. 1 lb.
brown sugar. 1 lb. lard, 1 .. best gin
ger. '.. o.. best iMimamon, h, os.
soda. 4 pint water. I lbs. Hour. Mix
and lorm into a slill dough, bake in
.i quick oi hut OVell.
If ills- not convenient for you to
bske this kind of Ginger Snap, you
fan jet I hem nt Model Bakery. Price
lOe ! pound. 'Phone ?SH.'
S. IJ. LAKFERTY.
PARLOR, ELKS CLUB.
READ DEMOCRAT ADS.
s. of which will be found on page of
is the tins' ot St.-innaid it
I. This (inn is
composed of two acme oiing busi
ness men who have had large oxper
ence in the shoe business. They will
occupy one of the largo store rooms
of the block, and will stock it full
with one of the best assortments of
men's and women's fine shoes over
hi ought to Akron. Their store will
open September 1.
The A. & C. 1". K. T. Co. will also
occupy one of the largo rooms on the
street tloor. It will bo tlttcd up for a
general olllce and waiting room.
Chandler A- lienner, tho dentists,
have ni ranged for an elegant suite of
rooms mi the second tloor. The
rooms weie especially designed for
them, and consist of a reception
room, operating room and labora
tory. Both hot and cold water, In
fact, every convenience necessary to
model dental parlors will be supplied.
SHOE AND 1
TO KEEP OUR FORCE INTACT.
It means that all our salesmen arc to remain with us dining the dull moato.
Wc are going- to keep them busy. We are satisfied that'wc can depend upon
tou, as it Is to your best interests to buy now, as our prices will be lowered tu
contorm to business conditions. As we intend applying this lymphatic elixir
of business in everv department, wc can only generalize not particularize.
? OUR DISPLAY
AT THE ELKS'
$ While complete in every particular, does f
not begin to give you an idea of the com-
f plete stock exposed for your careful in- i
f spectlon In our store. No. 122 S.Howard f
1 street. If you are really In earnest about A
f seeing anything or importance during the x
Fair, we will be pleased to show you
through our store. f
17? .;. Howard St.