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ess indicative of .upetb skill in the
nrtii. H" was vigorously applauded
i of 62 costumes, requiring 10 big- the-
'atrical trunk, to transport them.
Her dance is on of the most inter
esting of any on the Midway, being
full of merit and introdiieintr xime
lif llt.i l'llvr .riVl'1 fPll f.flllriJllf.O '
, Tli' riditijrranipN mi ih'Mruvt!?or
ortlLipyn.techni.-display ita-nn .- lmia .ui(,r "o mm ( ,.HoJj
tatic inspiration to all Jm ilii.-ei j Moses-" ami "Lilian Ku.'ll." while
it. Mr. 1'hilion'- act will b" a gte.il ' tlt- jlephant. ar- known as '.!.
lavorite wish tln (lii'Uniiil ho '',llt' "Pabf."
a is.it the fair.
Streets ol India.
The Streets ol India yit- -vy
popular Tuesday evening, with their
elephants, camel, donkey, magic
ians, acrobat.. Arab-:. Hindoos and
Haan Hen Ali'. troupe of Arab
ian aciobat do some of the bet
tumbling acts ever exhibited to the
ptiMic. TIic concluding feature of
each performance i indeed a great
climax. It is a human pyramid,
whose only upport i Hann Men
Ali. He holds his entire troupe and
the aggregate weight i almost two
Prince ishuil. the Hindoo magi-
Big Crowd Todaj.
The big show started out with its
usual vieor thi afternoon, and largt
crowds are in attendance. lMgii
tions of Klkc from Kaveiina and
Massillou are present, and delega
tions from other places are expected
A number of events that are of in;
terest to Cleveland people have suc
ceeded in gainiiiLr the sanction of the
Central Passenger association for a
reduced fare, says the Leader. The
first is the Klks' fair at Akron on
Friday, for which the Cleveland
Terminal & Valley will run a special
train down, the rate being one fare
for the round trip.
The war exhibition produced by
electricity in the Elks" midway, was
I Hio renter nf iittrai.f-inii in that flirt.
cian. perforins some very clev-r msh(aro of nations Inst niirht. The'
tricks, which are a source of ureat
entertainment to the visitor.
Ride On the Elephant.
Many visitors to the Streets of
India enjoy a ride on the backs of
the elephants and camels. Iirriding
they not only enjoy themselves but
also furnish lots of amusement to
the crowd, especially those who ride
Just outride the midway is located
fc'ie Venetian Gondola, which is one
of the gayest and enjoyable features
of amusement on the ground. The
Gondola was imported from Eng
land, and is under the management
of Kred Lewis. While the Gondola
is much like a merry-go-round, it is
also quite different. The car
riage seats are whirled around same
as thoe of the merry-go-round, but
run on wheel oxer a cilciiitous
course which is up and down, up and
down. Those who Inn e ridden on
the Gondola pronounce it great sport
and it is being well p.itronucd.
The liicrrj del ici' Is lighted biil
lantiy ' electricity produced
by its vnn dynamo. A Janre
steam engine lunushfS the yew-r to
operate the Gondola. So inside the
circuit of seaty there m t small elec
tric power house, bmler loom and
The lnirlwaj was well p(ttroni.:ed
Tuesday night, and it amusements
are becoming more interesting with
The German village was crowded
with people during the entire evening.
The Tyrolean singers with their jolly
songs continue to delight the crowd
and the refreshments are becom
About 10 o'clock the lire works
display bega.i. li wa continued for
about an hour anil was one of the
finest ever witnessed in Akron.
It is expected by the Elks, exhib
itors and show people that the at
tendance this evening will be the
largest of the. week.
A large contingent of Clevelanders
are expected tomorrow afternoon,
and they will remain over for the
evening performance on the Midway.
Cleveland ha a street fair in con
templation, and the visitors will un
doubtedly make careful note of the
manner in which affairs of this kind
are conducted in large citirs.
Acinic. Philion intioduced ome
lieu- etfects in his lire woik dipl;i.v
last evening. The A. L. Due Co. of
Cincinnati, have lately introduced a
new effect on an illuminating piece,
the lighting power of which equal,
the candle power of two an- lights.
Mr. riuliiiu ued seeial ol lhee I
last night with telling effect.
Admitted the Children.
Col. Gaskill endeaied himell to i
the children yo.tetda. afternoon.
When the hour arrived for the per
formance on the Street of India
three "or four hundred children
were outside gazing hun
gerly at the entrance. The warm
hearted colonel gave orders to let the
children in and they poured in
through the entrance, a stream of
joyous, happy, shouting humanity.
The acts or the Arabs drew forth
their hearty applause and Lshmael.
the Hindoo magician, wa alo liber
ally rewarded. Col. Cask-ill's name
will live in the memory of the
youngsteis as. "tie guy flat let tie
kids in free." as- ono urchin express
battlo productions are wonders. A
genuine Spanish bull tight is also
vlAUD MULLERoFfHE LINKS !
jfajd Muller, on a summer day,
ft" otit in tbc madow rakniff haj.
len&th her straw hat plowed Uh
it large, red freckles and rustic health.
Singing', she rled and didn't see
The judje addressing at the te.
But at last she glanced across the linLt
And txw the judge and tighd: "Oh, jins?I
Til btt if I hit that ball a whack
They'd never succeed in getting it back I"
The judge tt.q td onward stroke by iroVt
Until he got bunkertd behind an calc
Vhen he flopped fcr awhile and tratthd hie
And Maud got acared at the things he said.
He stood and fanned himself in the shade.
And, looking over, he saw the maid.
He asked for a draft from the jug the had.
Tmas cider she'd carried out to her dd
She oSered la let him us her cup.
But he took the jug1, and he turned It up
She thought of the job lie had in to.ui.
While hn Adam; appl nvnt up and down
The judge drank oa till Ghe feared he'd bjrt.
Per the golfer gets a tcmble thirst
Then te bpolre cf xbc gr;rf, the birda, the bs.
Or foozles And stroke? and putts ard tefc
Knd Maud forgot tLe unrked hy
And whd h could have a chant to plij
The judge said, "Ceme!" na he punched hr
And fch bwipJ wa with the judf clek
Thy tnt the cddie along ahtiJ,
So he ouldni Vir rnat eithr wid
And Tht-.i bo.cd -nd putied .md fortied around
Anil ?it and tlkd u the (eeinc ground
She sighed, uua the thought to hTHlf: "Ah. u
That 1 the judj-. bride might be!
Vetl hs up b'inkt.13 un fatherV pltt
Vnd Vn nt hi honor n beautiful pace.
"Sly Lroliier should be a td die teu.
And IM iti!ie with l-di and gntlemn."
But the judge at LM reu:ued hI- pi-.
And Maud riii I j1-! to raking ha.
Bjnkerd." hc -hjl. and stymied, toot
It1 sad old ntM. Mi:J Muller, for jni."
Tlte juute uiot.i -'owl i th" hill,
iid he thought Mitufii'iif-. j- jud- kIII
!! thu.jlit i Mau-I. MulltrS plutnp. bitten annf
Aiid Ii-i iritkivl nH, nd her nthrr Uarm.
Hut theie wph hi siller, cold and proutl,
Lp i ti tiiibhm. with ihe crowd
? he left ihe,w- nrp tltt he lud lound
And nnrrlMl 3 iruju wiio tuRsd bin. found.
Ofi v.Iipu tut: unit in 'ti 1js i. red ,
llf U.cj. for il.tr .idr jii intt I
Maud mri;eJ a. iimh v.hu wouldn't .pr!l,
Aiid she lidps him b.itterr hay o S-Ii;
the rock the cradJe and redly troun
At- h patches th bole in hi pantaUcun,
And oft a cue dtrns urn bos the (hm
Of thogf uth'T l)ule vul on th'1 lint-
A 4 fcr tnaiden' Mi for judg!
Tor the l"ipcftrfi m-n and the hou-'njld
!i- p:t Thio both ud pity ue I1
Who hit h ertb instead of lha lull I
I o1- a' j(t word to UiGe w'i iciMd.
'I i tlie .dlet in the H?t '.
Iiu tiui- vtll 'aie fcr nun a:d mid
tth-ii mi jinif will fe firh played
tlr-n ht-lds awa t ali oinw.J.cic
Aid pprujtiif1. jr ii-r foc.!-i thre.
" V. h:s-c Ir t.hicj liHie-Hi.4
(. 1-1) W ..1 1; LKlW VA-M
L. "- : f
EX-scJ (' Huh' 1 .J EOU'LLY.
UHIEF OF J'OLK'E H. 11. HARRlSOiN.
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J I OST-
X A P0GKETB00K.
sr v -
IMJISOMiLEl'Lh' .!1T I.. AAMIEK.
Turtle- Say Monk, i hit waist get
ting n ut suialli'i? Nti Y01k.Innrn.1l.
dult ami brought the tvater into the ,,i, ., .,, no, Wlltv to l)t. L.!lltlv. al,a
cliy, stopping the upper part of Glhou, ,;.,. ..juiierfeltei a :ic.iiit.-. -I'Uil-nnd
brought it straight down to the : j..f )tt u Call
west side of the city of David. And . .
Hezekiah prospered in all his works." t.iiii-i- Triumph.
Vroui the "pools of Solomon," near "SUnmia. t.ha't tttmld tou do if that
Bethlehem, water was conveyed to u UIS(. , t!lL. lMriv ,)uU, get
Jerusalem, a distance of six or seven , ,ml(,,V- .,( toiuiiij
miles through a conduit of earthen I -J ,oi,, p.,ui; t,I.oetW did It.' said
jjujc uuuui ten iiu-iies in ui.iincier. iue , jir- iia'ik -'jzlii
or. as he renehps th nlxtfni'm mm. . . . . '""" l"" "-a, nttit -ill
. ... ., . .. .. ' . uewn out to lit it. tliou covered over
Par inc' I am r.mstnnUv astonUh-l
lo 'H" hor elP3les Tiin.'ii on ttith moil
ry." sroaiirf! tin- 'rl in gray.
"'M' I 0 n'l ii"Tt." replied llie ;:iil
in blue "My .leli el'l limit -wis able to
take tfry so"tl esre iif her."
"Oul.t think.' I fuiuul a poeki-tbuok ly- I
injf on t'lf iuetvall( in front of larf:iii A.
Co.V. a lot jgol It lia SOI in it nn.l no
card or othtT murk uf identitication."
"Speaking of pockotbook make roe
mule of Irene. Sbe liad only IM cent to
her name and needed a lot of tilings
which she had quite forgotten tvhi!. her
monet held "UI. She had a ilehcaej
about akiug hor !telaml foi rm more
until he h.nt! paid and for-jotu-ii one or
two little bill. -he ibvidel to lo- her
poeketbook. uli'uli wa habbv :iuhnw.
'I'lii-i he leaif'd't t".u Iier hi.'-band
abovr it Stun iM.w 1m eim- U hate pot
the iuiiireuw th.it there vt .yi.1 in it."
"Coodn.' 'llien Id told her to ad
tertKe it :"
Voi.i; He advertised it himelf.
Still, Iteue didn't (eel very badly about
it. for he alwaj.v forgets to keep a card
in her poeketbook I :it this time it hap
pened to contain a note concerning ber
arraug. inetit for the uuiuier trip which,
-he had lu.t t broken to her husband.
Soim-bodi tumid it of cimr-e. and
brought 11 it.i lh.- leward. Of course
llit'ie v.a only !)1 cents, in it. and jtit a?
I idle caiii" in her husband was about to
send for a policeman to anet the tinder.
Shi had to ooni'e aud"
"What happeiieil then''"
"Oh, Irene ay tjie tenipeiature of the
houe has gi.ii. ilutMi s.j much that slje
think lie will not need a summer trip
au hint n" tli.it a story without a
"It i. dear. If her name and addiess
had not been in the pocketbook he might
have been a summer trip and S50 better
off and nobody the worse."
"Except her husband. M'h'iii! By the
way, I -a. y.ui walking- with Jack
Treadtwij yeterdat "
nit j mi 7 Yes:, we happened to meet
. n"ciuei.t:il.t I -ei that i, I hope you
will understand. nelyu. Jnrk nd I are
'real platotiie fiiends, and"
"I t as sure of that, dear, when I Raw
hon beautifully j-ou b!uhed wheD he
spoke to you."
"I'm sure I don't know what you mean
by blushing. I ah I might have choked
or somi thiug just then. 1 am glad that
I am not one of tbe people who mid it
inipnsiblo to appiei iute platonie friend-
.liip The majoritv seem unable io un-
"itiil ithnt sit.iii ;. mi iu with th pock-
tlmok j on 'oiind?"
"I shall i.ikt It tioim ami ie:.l all the
los! autertisetnenls ;n the morning paper.
.When I lind its .,ier. I shall leiutn it
to her wi'li ( liing tebuke for her
eaieles.iif.. Sin- (.;iie dc-oru it."
"I l-iiuw that em but if you must
lebill.e s,,iilf.lM,d iei!..! ehmtse 11 U1,U1.
II uk' it sii iiiui-h ii'ii-e easily. Oh. by
th nay. h.ive ym. me; .I.n-k'.s siter"r ?h
i.. Iieie iitiii-' hiiii. von know He ip
demt'si tti hei. ;ini h- h:s enormous in
3u ti'"c over him. tliey ;2y."
"I ti'"t h"r jeteiday. just foi mo
n'nii The f.v( is that I am waiting fer
hr not W ni" i" meet her brother
.PR'i all luoui -ind then -n t the matinee
Ho" nice' l",spt emily as you arc cnl.i
, Platonic fiieiid and he will not be in the
is.i I 'ear me. I can't help thinking of
the woman who lnt that p.xketbook.
Ue tnte ililt"
".Iie iiehit lie,.-, v.-, ii. I h3ll tell her
so I net mi i.s a Ketbeok or a ent of
niout't in i". lift Oh. I do hope Miss
'I'undw.i.i ill i-eallj like me. I am prc
j paieil to liki hei enoimouly."
I " i is. i . ie mi (n b" congenial.
She talks nli-mt h : leother nil the time.
I have nuti'i il that when people aie pl.t-
t"!iic fiiends they"
"Ale naui.i'ily i-jiIht interested in
i each other." said Uie girl in giay -titiiy.
"Ilxi.ctlt. Why. here comes Mis
l-TuMilway mw ll-i. ucer she looks!
I "Oh. sunn thing niio-i have happencd to
I .lack. Suppose he"
j "So son; ;o" keep ton waiting." cried
i the ..hi in blown, lushing in. "but sonie
thimr dreadful ii.i h.iopeiied. and"
Is i In ninth hint:" stHmnieied the
zhi in gia.c.
"Why. no. What made you think that 7
j fie is in Seattle, and- Oh, pliaw! You
! must mean Jack He is all right. When
I yon jaid "lie." I naturally thought of
' i "TIi-ii -that ha? happenetl'f sl.ed lh
i girl in blue calmly
"I'te hip) my poeket pickd I never
could hate lost on peekctbook any other
?aj. I am .j c.ir..fnl What shall 1 do.
itls': t haten't bud n "lnc leaving Bf.r
sie''. aud hs tbe-f"
"Wa i a .i l-rthei, silver trimmed
m.'V" rkn the srii! i i giay eagerly.
"Y-..-. .Mid I'm siij. nij card was in it,
t tlioiv.-ii i Sir onee I ;:iight hare forgotten
j to im-lti one I -illi mi e.ireflll that I
I eon't t-non i-i ,-,ell. I must just get
i J:n I, in i. -i.l:i... tin. money, that is all.
' H" is rating mm ti" I don't see why
j lie liar, no pitioiieo. eithei. itith a woman
!.o (si's money, and 't lind StM" -,
"Si:.tr fei'i d-iil.-u; Then I found it,"
j ii the girl in g.v.r "It was Wing on
j !!.trg;n"s p.netnenr. and"
"Oil. .ton" il:i-lu'! cried the girl ill
brown. "(Jive it to u:e quick, and we will
j go to meet Jack I shall tell him what a
j 'jew el you"
I "Why. tli : ' 1 ..h. Utelyn!
! I'M you notice it when ui'sil t..ivni"
"Wlij. no." s.i.d the gill in brown
j "Ym: said jnn lnuno it. and"
i "It isn't heie I put it eaiefnlly in my
' pock I Hid inn. it i. niie Oh. what
I will i'ii.1 t Ii i it U of iin 7 I'ti l-st your
i pot l.t'ilHiolc ag.iiu
"I- I think it I e!ieun !t e.neles nf
you. that is ml." said the giil in brown
icily, "and here comes Jack." Klisa
Armstrong in N'ew York Journal.
(an iin- I In Yi'w cm-ikt E lit inn id' tli-
OIT'll BklMlli A
nni i murium
i 1,.11-ei' iin rli u. i ivu Voltiiiio. in. liitlin.
I IYI- V! I J OF AMKKh .x M PI'LKMFM
I'.alain-e in -tit:tl I nimitlilv jia incut.
Clotli. .:.( io ( iV.niu'i-h yil..-)0j. $1.00 iluwu tniil .i.:.00 per inontli tliereaftcr.
Half Urn-own. SCO.iui ( forim.rly .'.H.r.O). -yj.00 ilown and S4.(X) per month thereafter. T
-SIieep. $JTW (formerly si.oO). $8.00 ,,nn ami .r..oo er month tIiero:sftcr.
Yon can ee the complete set at nnr toiv, or in our booth at the fair.
The Kutiiv Set i Delivered Fpon Weceipt of the
- c . FIRST FAVBVllS:5S5"r , . .
If yon cannot call tomorrow. Satunhn, the 2ind of July, rut this out and mail it; to us.
l ' '
v y. 0'Xeil tV Co.. Book Department. Akron, Ohio: -
,j I'lease end me specimen iiajie and full narticuhtrs in reiranl 1
- - -j-j -
v ' s
M. O'Neil & Co., Selling Agents for Akron, 0
t to this oiler.
iif will dispose uf at ne-half ilii'ir former ju'ice
We have seeiired a limited numliei- of sirietlv high jrade "i)D wheels which we
$60 with automatic coaster and brake ,
.$50 wifli automatic coaster and brake .
- now m
. now ;
See tlie-m t the Elk-" l'an . and uui Nail and 'Jack Machine id operation
Ohio Glass and
HarowiF Co s
mmm. u -tn -u ii, in uuniiw3priM.iwiwwMi nmniwtmwii nnjaj hul - -s.
U 4- 1.
Kre h from ilieJ'l!in I'reamerie Daily None huerior.
FIN TEAS, COFFEES, A. & P. BAKING POWDER, SPICES, EXTRACTS, Etc. Grand
mother's A. & P. Laundry Soap, 8 Cakes for 25c. Grandmother's A. & P.
Washing: Powder, Sc per lb. Test it. Huyler's Cocoa 22c per 1-2 lh. Can.
Bulk Starch 3 lbs. 10c. A. & P. Condensed Milk 9c or 3 C:ins for 25c. Fine
Java and Mocha Coffees 25c, 28c and 30c per lb.
slltllrs, 1! ACS tO fL-a-i4-
IlIlEfS 19 Rite
li Howara Street,
Next to Boston Store.
- GQOdS Bfflrt
3 - g
I ....... , 1 Men's I
On Ihr tlruMiltiAj 'iiblf.
Wom.-.n (aiiKrilj-)-CondufJor. jou vc
only nivei! iul !tr. i-imk from lb:it dol
lar I gave yon:
"Well, aiu'l thai right V Yer ilon't
want ter ritlc I'ree. ilo yer'i"
Afivr auotlier mental calcul.uion she
blusliiusly i-ubsfde. and the fionduct-
si-M-ri'lr at her
ter voi... -Lroobftn Life. ,, , t,10se (-.lvs ..,, lhe V
The ulbjiliaiu ami camel liiling
cruze has btruok tin- visitor to the
Stivetsof India. A number of rid
hijr partifb wpi out last night, and
arrangement are being made in ad
vanoj by pontf-iuiilated iartir to
becuro the iiuitnalb for certain hourb.
Belie, the golden haired dancer in
the Congress of National Dancing
Girls, boasts of the largest wardrobe
carried by any actress on the road.
She is the proud and happy possessor
"1 love you:" lie whispered.
Ernestine' trembled and regarded
Will ihi'ii .mil il better Lii'trin to get
' 1.11111 tiiiisclc" ,iid 'I'ouiiii glee-
ll inz l:l!i.ls lirnl.i.ri if I In iikurc
was a well known injunction. Seattle i-.,7.;lr
Post Intelligencer. ! ' '
-'i. niieai pi;iiir in (,. uui Id are
Won Iii spile of llii l,niv;cr. n-auecil Oi irnpical and subiropical
A uell Known attorney is telling a i rani-ij isl.iiuuu v. Iiioh. w lieu it reach-
un. . . .1,. :. ... ...
iju uj. .mi uaenc nie.- Fae BSKen g0od story on biuibelf. Ilo had been i " n- l"ull di.i.,i ut i at ,..,m tjoo
herself. 'Or does my coroplexion de j retained to defend a counterfeiter and i f'i'i 'n l.-iittili
ceive Iilm?" , advised him lo plead guilty. Ills client
For it was her misfortune to lack did so, and as there was in the mlud of V.UMtiid.i has u vmrnuoji- terrltorj,
confldence in herself-Detrolt Journal. the court a fixed idea that if a prisoner '.-lajmJ.ia i.Vhiii. .,.. ,ni!r ,,f ar-a!
pleads guilty he does so because he 'I r ,iiimt :i lame a .Ma'slia and Arl:
has no attorney the judge asked him j zoua . --. .
why he made that plea : i :
"Because my lawjer told mo to " ' "i:ioiiij-.
"Did he gie jou any leasou for HV" , r imr "nl ' sa,n the solitary
Rezeklah a Wnltmorki rjngtneer.
Hezekiah, king of Judah, who reign
ed in the years 717 to 6S8, B. O., was a
pioneer In constructing a system of
waterworks, bringing water into tho
city of Jerusalem. In tho holy book
we read: "lie made the pool - 't con-
"Yes. He told mo I would have no
show before this judge."
The court flared up and ordeied a
"Ye, but I stanil before u long row of
ciphers." was the ansn or. Cleveland
t-ll I'ed 1'ittlier.
The father of a family, becoming an
uoed at the fault tiiidiiig of 'his chil
dren over their food, exclaimed In a
rage one day at dinner:
"You children are Intolerable; you
turn up your noses at everything.
When I was a boy. I was often glad
enough to get dry bread to eat."
"Poor papa:" said Hose, the pet of
the family. "I am so glad you are hav
ing such nice times nov. living with
mamma and us." What to Ear.
Mrs. B. Just look, George, at these
beautiful pillows I bought at today's
Mr. I?. But really, my dear, I think
wc have plenty of pillows now.
Mis. K. Ob, but I couldn't resist
buying tliese. They were all marked
down. Chicago News.
?.J. 5- . sis
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TRADE -yL:-U.ci'x' NWKK
ife iW m TT S
n. i i in
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AKRO N, O.
""Strife," he said as he finished read
ing the peace conference report, "Is a
"Not at all," replied Henry Peck ab
sently. "There's no law compelling n
man to marry." Philadelphia North