Israel Kuehnle, who has just returned from the World's Fair, with liis wife, daughter, Mrs. C. Fritz, Mrs. Baldwin, Miss M. Fritz and Jacob Schaffer, inforined the Argus, Wednes" day, that the runiors as to overcharging are incorrect. It does not cost a small fortune to see the fair. ♦ Mr. Kuehnle stopped at Charles Wagner's, 4341 Langley avenue, and reporta that he got a nice room and splendid board for $1.50 a day. Mr. Wagner, by the way, recently ran a store on Ann street in this city. It cost 50 cents to go in the grounds and for this you can see everythiug excepting the sideshows. There a good cup of corlee or tea can be bought for 10 cents and a dinner for 50 cents. Many take their lunches with theni and buy a cup of eoffee or tea. That was the way Mr. Kuehnle's party did and their total expenses for one week including traveling expenses and good living, Mr. Kuehnle states was only $o0 per person. lie fomul the oflicers kind and obliging to visitors and is sure by the way everything was arranged that the managers must be good business men.