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Bringing Up Father
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YANKEES SHUT OUT
THE PHILA HACKS
New York Get Only Fire Eiti, but
Three of These Are
' Doublei. .'
nSHEK IS WELL SUPPORTED
PHILADELPHIA. April .-New York
tot only five blU off Bresaler and Har
per today, but three of thcae were
dcubles and all of the extra base drfea
were mixed with passes and an error and
the visitors won, I to 0. FlBher waa In
grand form and waa riven aplcndld Bup.
After Breaalar Rava threa paaaca In tha
third Innlnc Cook etaared tha aarka with
a doubla and acorad on Boona'a double.
Oldrinf mada a wonderful one-hand
Unpins catch, which robbed Malncl of
a heme run. Score:
NIW YORK. rHILAPr.LrHIA.
AK II l) K. AM H.U.A
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Standing of Teams
NATL I.FJAOnK. AMER. LKAOn-:
Phlla. i 0 L Petrolt 3 V)
C'ln lnnatl.. Z .7' f'levelnnrt ..H 8
I .r.TII Waah'ton ..4
4 .4 '"! Boaton 3 1
3 XTllNew York. .4 3
T'lttat-Kh. . I
New York. .J
8t. lunula ,.t
- W.I. Pct
Broolilyn a .
Ht Irftula ..3
.tutu Ht Ixula
.!'nl Phlla. ...
,44I Ken. fOy,
' -. eaterar'a Raaalta.
Brooklyn. ; Boelon. 4.
Phllndolchta. 8: New York? 1.
rit. l.oil' n: Clnr-lnnatl. t.
ihlraao. it; Detroit. 4.
rievelnnd. S: Ht. Ixjiila. 1.
Boston, 3; VV'aehlnclon, II.
York. Philadelphia. 0.
Bultlmora, 4; Buffalo, h.
Brooklyn, 3; Newerk, K.
Kanitaa City. 4: -PlttNhurKh, .
Loiilavtllv, 4; Clevelard. S. ,
Inillanarolla. 4; rolumliia, C. .
Milwaukee. . Hi. Pant 3. , .
aneaa t'lly, .
ToUI....H 1 Jl
Batt'd for Breaalar In third. ! '
New York 0 t 4 tOO y II
O'hlladelphla 6 0 0 0 00
Two-baae hlta: Popp, Cook,' Boon.
Karned mna. New. York, S. touhle
iuy. Boone to i'e-klikpaugh tn l'l(f,
Boone to Plfp, on balla: off
Klh.r. 1: off Breeder, a. II H
Breaeien I In three inninfr: off Ha
t i Alluneapoila,
J I ' -CJatwca. Taxleir. '. .
National' Xeaitiit New York 'at ftrook-
, Ivn, Boeton at Philadelphia, ' lm Innail
-;at Ftttehure. Chlcaiin at ht. Louie. . ,
, Amertran leeaue 8t. Ixxila at I'hl. ean.
Tetr.lt at Olevelund, Waelilnxlon at, ?i,ew
York. I'hilaaeliihla at Horton.
Federal Iue Paltlmoro at )l-.iffH5.
Brooklyn, at riewark, ,v i? ;
PHILS ADD ANOTHER
Win Sixth Straight Victory, GiYing;
Giant Five Gooie Eg?!
CHALMERS UPON THE MOUND
NEW YORK, April M.-The Philadel
phia Natlonala made a clean aweep of
their eerlea with New York, winning- the
fourth fame by a eeore of J to 1. It
waa the alxth straight victory for Phila
delphia and tha firth consecutive defeat
for McGraw'a former champions.
Oeor Chalmers, who went south with
the New York team thla spring and was
permitted to sign yesterday with Phila
delphia, pitched against hta training camp
associate and held them to two singles.
Cravath .broke up Perrltt'a game In the
third Inning when he doubled with the
bases full. Score:
Reed Makes Course '
Four Under Bogey
First Time Around
Kenneth Reed, one of the golfing
cracks at the Happy Hollow club, took
a turn around the course the other day
for the first time thla year and when
he holed his putt at the eighteenth green
he discovered he had completed the
course in 78.' Seventy-eight la consider
able acore at Happy Hollow, where bogey
la S3, any old time let alone the first
time around. " "
Reed ' waa a bit doubtful whether he
would play much golf thla year, but
when he turned in that "S score all doubt
made a quick exit from his mind. He can
see victories over Sam Reynolds, Jack
Hughes, Harold Johnson and other
cracks already and has a vision of bring
ing the state championship to the Happy
J Coins. ct4 II SKsxnk'. rb. 4 ft Jl
Of! I Wwv, a.. 4 I 1 svut. .... 1 ' .1-1
Urf-er.. mief. !.... I ll onaKar,
t In six InniiRs. fctruck out: By Kt!cr, : f a'1!; !.! ! I '"' ! I
Harper, .1. l m-"! ! I Z iZZC "? T i .
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AB H O A K
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Murray ... 1
ItlU tHtranS, a
Mayan .... 1
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a. Bct .
WAPHING-TON. April Bunched fins,
bases on balla and errors gave Wsshina
ton a U to J l. torv todav In the last
game of the aeries wttfa Boston, ('oli)na
waa wild and Ineffective In six innltufn,
ami Comstook, who relieved him. waa :io
iniproveinent. Milan baited a home run
with one on base. Lewis lilt one with
the b6"e empty. Acore:
AB H O. A t. ' AB H O A I
HMtr, rf.. Viank. rf... A I 1
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Iktlian. rf.... I 0 4
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OaaAll. Ik... 1111
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MrNailr, . (
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Krott. aa 4
Janvrla. lb., I
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Totals 31 I (7 II (
Totals U IMII I
Hatted for Colons In the aeventh.
Boston t 0000101 0 X
Washington 0 0 4 0 0 20 U
Karned nine: Off Collins, 4; off Orm
etoca. ; off Boehtlng, 1. Two-basa blta:
Janvrln. Oandll. tkxitu Ttiraa-baae hltat
iiandil. Oainor. Home runs: Lewis, Mi
lan. His: Crff CVillns, in six Innings:
off Oomstock. t In two Innlnaa. Utolen
Immmwi K. Koater, Milan. Mcbiide. Dou
ble plas: tHXfit to Wagner to liublll
lrll, McBrlde to Morgan to Oandll: Mc
Brlde to Morgan. McNally to Ualnor,
Ganrtil (unasalsted). Baaea on balla: Off
Collins, h; off Comatock. J; off Boehllng,
4. Struck out: By Collins, 1; by Boeh
llng, a. L'mplres: Evana and Mullaney.
Browaa Loa Is levrlaaal.
HT. IOt'II, April SI. Timely hitting
gave tlevciand another victory over t.
Louta this afternoon, S to 1. Bhnttons'
single, followed toy H Walkers duul.le.
aavrd Rt. Ijouis from a shutout. The
Kame waa called at the end of thtf aixth
Inning to permit Cleveland to catch a
train. In the fourth inning; while chawing
a foul tianeraid rraaliad Into tha atand
sua waa knocked unconscious. Agnew
tetievrd him. rv ore:
cucvei-amd. gr. irivin;
AB H O. A H O A I
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Jamaa, a.... I
.liubuo ..... t '-'.
U fH W' I'JaaMoa ,. I 0
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I arwllar .. '. 1 t s s a
i .' Taula -4 IIHU I
; tn out when wlnnl-irf run a. un ...
Batted for Beker In the-keventli.
Matted for Rttnoiiln In the eighth.
Hatted for Mckee In the ninth.
Uatled for Boehler In It ninth.
Chicago 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 10-3
Detroit r..... 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 1 2-1
Twwhase hits: Cobb, Crawford, K. Col
lins. - Three-base. hits: iHuab. Kavanaiixn,
Kuasen. Bssea on balls: Off lleynoUl,
1: off Itusnrli. i; off t-ber. I.' Illls: Jtt
Heynnjiia, in oikht 1nnliiaa; f f Boehler,
none in one' Inning ; of f BuhmII, 9 In I ig It ft
Inning, none nut in the ninth: olf KhIxt,
i in one-tlilrd Inning, lilt by 1M h r.
Hv Reynolds. I Kournlert ; by Buehler, I
(ItUflS'll). htruck outi By Keynolds,
liv Kussel', ft; bv Kriber. I. I niplios:
HlltlvtH-arnd -and U Loughlln
V Totkls t t 17 M t
Batted ' for Perrltt In sixth.
' 'Hatted for Stroud In eighth.
Philadetrhta 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 2-4
Nee York 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
I Twu-hasa hit: Cravath. Earned run":
, New York. 1; Philadelphia. 4. Double
S plus's: Kletcher to loyle to Merkle 21.
a j Baaea on errors: Philadelphia, 1. Bases
on balls: off Petri it, : off Stroud, 1;
a , off Kromme, 1: off Chalmers, i. Hits:
Off I'errlt, 4 In six Innings, off Stroud,
I In two Innings; Fromnie, none In one
-Inning. Struck out: By Perrltt. t: by
Ftrouii, I: by Clialmora, 1. L'mpires:
r'yron an.I Ortn.
COLORED WORLD CHAMPS
PLAY STORZ HERE FRIDAY
The Sto"tet will open its' regular
aeason Friday at Rourke park with Kube
Foster's world's colored champions, tha
Chicago American Giants, who are en
route to Chicago after a alx weeks" train
ing trip on the coast.
Thla great team of colored stirs la
booked for two gamea. Friday game to
be started at I o'clock, and aa they are
acheduled to open their playing season
Sunday la Chicago, Saturday' conteat
will be staged at 1:1.
Will Be . Daable-llaer. ,
CHlCAfrO, April Zl.-The Chlcaro-Pltts-
burgh National league game, acheduled'
today and ostrond on account of rain,
will be played aa part of a double-header
juiy. a. .... , ,
The Bee Want Ada Are Beat Bualneaa
ROURKES START TO
DRAW PAY TONIGHT
As the Clock Strike Midnight the
Athlete Will Start to Earn
Hi Living Again.
TO. DEPART FOR ST. JOSEPH
Tonight Marty Krug and his flock
of hired men will pack up tllelr duds
and hie out of Omaha over the Mls-
gourl Pacific for Joetown, where hos
tilities in the Western will, start Fri
day and the athletes start to draw
their monthly stipend. Today out at
Rourke park will occur the last prac
tice before facing the barrier. Also
today will be the last one that tun
athletes will ret free grub In Omaha.
Henceforth only on the road will the
grub be furnished.
Pa Rourke la becoming auspicious of
the weather. Vbr the laat three days
there should have been copious rains,
but a little sprinkling la all that haa
fallen so far. Pa has a mighty fear the
threatening skies will cut loose about
Friday In St Joseph, and Tuesday In
Omaha, and thereby crab the well known
The entire clan of Rourke will make
the trip except Alten. - Alton la atlll
navlgmtlnr only with the aid of crutches
and ' Is thereby quite, hora du Combat as
regarda playing ball. Ralph Wlllla and
Ernie Krueger will probably act as a
battery, unless the Joalea should aub
trrarlne Mr. Willi. Tbat being the. case,
the main fleet" will be rushed to the res
cue, said fleet consisting of Battleshlpa
Blodgett. Johnson, Crabb
and Gunboat Cloaman.
I'a la still looking tor tbat outfielder,
and. aa he probably will not find one
with the naked eye by Friday, Payne
will start In left. Thomason and Huels
man will complete the garden, and the
Infield will line up Schllebner, Breen,
Whalen and Krug.
Despite the fact that the athletes
thought they ought not to labor so hard
two days before the opening, Marty had
his crew out hustling- for three solid
hours. He taught 'em a lot of Inside ball
a la Johnny . Ever yesterday and cau
tioned them not to act like Fred Merkle
or Bill Hlnchman. Any guy emulating
that duo will be spotted with a large fine.
even though the first pay checks have
not been made out yet.
Tip O'Neill, boea of the circuit, will be
In Omaha today to slip his umpires a
bunch of Information before they go to
work Friday. It la said In the dispatches
from Chicago that the umpires are to
confer with Tippers ry Tip here tonight.
Such being the case, it Is aaked of Tip
how can even an umpire get from Omaha
to Wichita In time for the game? Lin
coln Beachey might have been able to do
It, and Walter Johnson, Poll Perrltt, or
some of our great broad jumpers might
do it, but no ump.
Eczema? A Torture
low. the Action of a
. Famous Remedy. ' i
NEW RIFLE CLUB TO HOLD
ITS FIRST SHOOT SUNDAY
The new Greater Omaha Rifle club will
hold Ita first practice shoot Sunday on
the new rifle range in Fast Omaha. . It
was first thought a range would be se
lected In Florence, but the Eaat Omaha
location Is more desirable. It Is at the
end of the Bast Omaha car line. A club
house will be constr""ted for the some
M members now beU.iiBlns; to tha club.
. Dea't Be Conatliaateel.
All klnda of ailments reault from con
stipation. Dr. King s New Life Fills are
mild and affective, prevent constipation.
23a. An druggists. Advertisement
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DANNY SHAY NAMED
TO RUN BLUES AGAIN
-KANSAS CITY, it o April Jl.-Danny
Shay, who managed the Kaunas City
American Association club during tha
seasons of W0 and 1911, today was re
engaged to manage tha club by Trealdent
Tebaao, Ha displaced, William Armour,
who becomes vice president. Shay will
take active, charge of the team Friday.
When he had charge of the team In
lll Bhay finished In second place, but
resigned at the end of the season, and
later went to Helen, ' Mont., and had
charge of the Vnton Association team
there until the league became defunct.
Aato Rce neaalta.
OKLAHOMA CITY. Okt. April 1-In
tha ISO-mile endurance motorcycle race
held here yesterday Red Parkhurat. Joe
Valler. Milt Degw and Marvin Murray,
riding Harley-Dav4daon machines, won
first, second, feurth and fifth plerea. ra
peotively. Sam Correntl. on an Indian,
won third place. The time waa : 9) flat.
Iauhert. 10. 4
K'hulll, lb.. 4
Wheat, If.... I
I'ulahaw, IK 4
flmrman, rf 4
MH-artr. .. 4
g riinlih, .. I
Beatrtee Mealae Proelle.
BKA.TUICK. Neb.. April ?!.- Hpeclkli-
Manager Klllman of the Best rue Mate
Hmr4 .... t- 0
Totals M 4 11 u Tuokey, formerly with Llm-oln,
Batted for Wallace In the fltth. i'0' Tuesday.-
Batted for James In the fifth. I
I. Miiia ball team had the aquad out 'or I
practice Tueaiiy afternoon and from ' r'1"',"'' J
now on will give his men regular work J a
on the diamond. He expecta to select ' , iin h !! I
bis rfgular team from the lineup w'lhlq ' Hr., tb. '.". I
week or len nay i-iii ner i Hartiisar. aa.
rerorte I fnv-ier, ...!
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Braves Loae t Deatajera.
BOSTON. April 21. After winning fo-ir
gmea ol the serlee from Brooklyn the
Braves lost todav 4 to 4. It wan a gamr
of erintlo pitching. Boston using four
twlrlers and Brooklyn , two. Hliarrol
Smith of Brooklyn and James of Boa
ton, the lattr rrmklni his first appear
ance of the season, were the only pitch
era at all effective. Score:
AU.H.O.A E. AB H O. A .
n vi.r. ii.. I 114 lMnran. rf... I t 1
tr 'Kpai k. :n l i ' '
I -aihr. If... I 1 I
Masee. cf .. 4 1 I .
ohmmt. lb. 4 II
.mllh. lb. .. I 1 1 4
MaraBTll. ss 4 I I I
Oor. I I 4 I e
K rutrher, p. I t
mi- hrar.ni, a
Jamas, .... 1
l.uue. I .
.HUH 17 4Mtraa4 .... t I ,
Totkls U T t7 14 1
flatted for'Aitchiann In fourth.
Batted for Coi hrehan In sixth.
Butted for James in eighth.
Brooklyn 1 0004100 1-R
Boston ......0 010100 -
Two-base hits: Kltspatrtck, Wheat.
Zimmerman. Nagee, O Mara. Three-base
hlta: Gowily. Stolen basesi: Cmshsw,
Kchultt. Ixmble playa: Maranvllle to
FlUpatrl'-k to Schml'lf Moian to Oowdv;
O'Mara to Cutslmw anil Daubert. Bases
on balls: Off tVutthir. 4: James. U
l.uque. 1: Altchinon. 1: Smith, 4. Hits:
tiff Altchinon. 3 in three Innlnfts; off
Cmllh. 4 tc sla Innlncs: Crutcher. In
fcur and one-third Innlnit: Cochreham.
i In one and twn thirds Innings; James,
none In two Innlnga' Luque. I In one In
ning Struck out: Hy Crutcher, 1; James,
l. Umpires: Blgler and liart
Reds Trim Tarda.
CINCINNATI. April 21,-l.eaoh'a single,
hi -teal of second, an out by Hersog
Mid a i'crlflce fly bv Klllefer that score!
1-enrh proved the ileclding factor In to
dav n aume Willi 81. Luulk, Inasmuch as
rein eturnxd the contest In the fifth n
nlna. with the score I to 0 In Cincin
nati's 'avor. H.-ore:
ST. 1ris CINCINNATI.
AS H O A B AS H O A
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sSsaTaTafafcal (IS iaaasaMBSBBBsSBaTatssajMat
m InrtfflTlirff lJLixy-
Th action of 8. 8. 8., tha famoua blood
remedy, la a wave of health from tha.
itomach to every other part of the body.'
Any akin diaeaae, no matter what Its
name, be It ecsema, psoriasia, acne, lu
pus, or Just plain bolls, ' pimples or a
stubborn abaceaa, must give way to the
Influence of 8. 8. 8. Wby so? Simply be
cause there is In 8. 8. B. certain medi
cinal Influences Just as essential to blood
health aa are the elements of the grains,
meats, fata and sugars of oar dally
food. Get a bottle today of any drug
gist and then write to the Medical Ad
viser, The Swift Specific Co., Ill Swift
Bldg.. Atlanta, Ga. He will tell you
about skin affliction, such as you haver
before realised. He will clear up tha
mystery of why certain dlseaaes of the
blood make straight for the akin. He
will also clear up your doubta aa to tha.
nature, cause and proper care of your
self in any form of blood trouble.' Hls
advice Is perfectly free. . There Is scarce
ly a' community la the Uv 8. but. where
yau -will, find someone to .enthusiast!-,
pally tell .you how they are now cured'
but at one time were sufferers from'
rheumatism, or catarrh, or some sever,
form' of skin or blood trouble. - Get a
bottle of 8. a 8. today, but refuse any
and, ail substitutes.
1 t,UBV'lJ.'-J,l ULiaisjV,WrTWW sBaasfB.a.
ill M 1 ' ' i Ill - 11.11 Ik
4!' V t
Your Greeting lor the Week "I've Got
Mine. Have You Got Yours ? "
Clevelsnd 1 0 0 1 0 0-4
fct Iouls 0 0 0 t 0 0-1
Called by agreemnt. i
Two-base hlta: O'Neill. E. Walker. Ag
new. btolen bases: Hot ton at. Kernel
runs: off Jan.es. t in five innings; off
rte-si. 1 In sl Innings. Itouble plays:
Chaiunsn to Turner to Shields, Walaua
to t'ratt to Kauffruan, lvao to I'raa Lu
Kauffmaa. Baaea on bails: Off James.
J Hits: Off James. in flv, lnnii.ua,
tff perryman. none tn one Inning. Mruck
out: By fcteen, 4. L'mplres: Nalltn anJ
C'leaa Sweep ky Tiger. -DETROIT.
April XI. -Rallying In the
elahin and ninth tnnlnga, aa tney often
have done In the paat. the eOtroit Tlaera
won from Chicago today, 4 to a and made
a clean aweep of the four-game arrt-a.
Ruaattil waa Invinalb'e until the !Mh.
Vhca the letrolt half of that Inning be
gan Jennlmts' men were three runs be
laud. A triple by Buah. Young's lufield
out and doubles by Vbb and Crawford
produ-t two runs. Kavanaugh opened
tbe ninih with a single. Buaarll niade a
wild throw of Vltt a bunt and Kavanaugh
took third. Falter replaced Buaanll and
fanned Atorlarty. batting for AlcKee. Kul
lr owtted for Boetiler and ina.le an tit
fu-ld hit. filling the bkSra. Buah walked,
forcing In Kavanaugn. and the winning
run ored w hen Yuusg beaat out an In
field hit. tV-ure:
AH H O A E AS H O A g
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Yale. : Columbia. . . ,
Harvard, II; Naval Aeademy: II
Mtinurl 1: Chinese I'nlverelty, 1.
Brown I'nlverslty, 4: Sewr- Hampshire
Army. : Bet on Hall, I.
Holy Cross, 14: Colby. 1.
Wisconsin, 0; Chicago, l
Pennsylvania. 4: 8warthraore. I. '
I'ordliam, t; Princeton, .
Maaaa City Wlai.
MASON CITY. la. April Jl ie.irial
Telegram.y Mason City of ths Central as
sociation defeated Dubuque of tlie Tbree-I
league today, 1 to w.
Oar Vltaev orrer Thia aa Be.
Don't mUa this. Cut out thla Blip, en
close with t to Foley tt Co., Chicago
111., writing- your name and address
1 clearly. You will receive la return a trial
package containing Foley's Honey and
Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and
croup; Foley Kidney Pill, for pain to
aldea and back, rheumatism, backache,
kidney aad bladder ailments, and Foley
Cathartic Tablets, ar whotaaoma aad thor
oughly cleansing oalkartlo, especially
comforting to stout persons. Sold evry.
w here. Ad vert lae meat.
Apartments, fists, housea and cottages
sn.be rentedqulckly and cheaply by a
Bo ' Kvr Rent"
Totala 17 I 11 t Totkls It 1 II
Game culled on account of rnln.
rt. 1'iIb 0 0-4
Cincinnati ., ....'.! 0 0 0 0 -!
Two-base .Jilt: Unyder. Stolen baaea:
iMih ll). Wilson. Earned runk: Ott
Gilner, I. Bacrlllce: Klllefer. Ieft oa
rases: eii. iiuis, i, v iiuinnaii. i. nait-i
on balls: Off t.rlner. 1. rilruck out: Hy
Grtncr, I; by Ames, 4. L'mplres: tjulg-
ley and r son.
OlaHaoa Wlat la Tewala.
ANNAPOLIS. Md.. April 21. -Harvard
defeated the Naval Academy at tennis to
day, winning three out of four ecle of
ainales and both sets of doubles, and sUo
del rated the Naval Academy at lacrossa
today. I to l.
. . Aaaerira Asaoclatla
Batteries: Taylor. Kllla.
Clenions. Carter and Bassier,
At Columl-us: l II E.
Indianei-olia 4 k t
Columbus 4 J
Batteries. Burke and Ooaaett;. Mchenc
berg. Turner and Itobertsou.
Battailea: Glne. bteele and
SlajMitcka and Hughes.
At Kansas City :
Kaiuae Ity ..
Baltertea- lngera ll and
George and Moor.
4 i t
R H n.
R H K. '
1 II 0
'HE Gillette idea is in the air. Gillette
windows all over town. Gillette displays
in the stores Gillette announcements in
Everybody in town knows it's Gillette Week.
"No Stropping, No Honing" appeals to wide
awake men. They're strong for that "every
morning, velvet-smooth Gillette Shave."
Now, while it's Gillette Week, get your
Gillette and tomorrow morning sing out to
your friends, bright and cheery
"I've got mine. Have you got yours?"
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY
MACK IN AMCBICA
KNOWN TBE VVOKLD OVES
1' Cortland , I
A glance at this smart model and
you'll be captivated by ita ele
gance. It's new. ' It's becoming.
If comfortable. Youll like it
i. f. m co., Mskrt,Tier, a. t.
. tats by she Mavarkae MrakSi
SOa-SIO So. IAri.
50510 So. I6th.
Thos. Kilpatriclc & Co.
1M7 Dotrglaa Street
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TnacuuT unu book
FmBmffmcU for Km
Coertaiaa rales for'
Pitching Curve, liie
biatocieeaad pictures of
basaUll star, and 1913
Baseball Catalogue of
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. w. auwee. Vrea. 140 UaXasa
fcslak fcnsssll. Y-f raav Street.