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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916.
BRINGING UP FATHER
Intarutioul Nrws Bertie.
Drawn for The Bee by George McManus
HEIE t A NICE
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7n InOTOWC,!d TOO COOO A TME- , . RAIN.., -OU J ? PwJ.K.-TMAT
LOOK OUT- V co: V t , LOMC HAD BETTER 1 ffl RAIN IN THAT
DOMT 5P1LL ,.J WAIT ANO HAVE R BAD jrJ
ANY1 OF THAT ; T ' C 1 Dinnfr wmj UZA ? W
y l r- -- i , "nl II 1
BEATEOY KAW S
lopeka Landi on Gaskell in
' Eighth, Batting Home
LOCALS LOSE EARLY LEAD
The gentlemen from Topeka roae
up in their wrath' in the eighth in
ning yesterday afternoon and ham
mered the stuffing out of Prince Gas
Veil, winning their aecond straight
from the Rourkea, 4 to 2.
Up to thii distressing episode, all
was lovely from the standpoint of
the locals. Gaskell had been pitching
tight ball, allowing but two hits, one
a scratch, until the deluge, and ' the
' Rourkes had been holding the lead
by a one-run margin.
But then it happened, and the game
went glimmering in short order.
Gaskell , was sent into pitch his
first game for the Rourkes, having
been picked up recently when Sioux
City released him, Pa Rourke plan
ning to use him while North is out
; of the game. ; - -; . ,
He might have gotten away all
right but for aome doubtful playing
ind a bit of misplaced strategy.
Triples Give Rourkes Run.
' Henning pitched-steady ball all the
way through, despite the fact that he
was dented' for eight hits, including
three triples. Two of these triples
figured in the only runs the Rourkes
jot. Forsythe hit to the- right field
fence in the fourth for aitrlo Of acks
ind rode home on Kilduff s line drive
to tenter. Thompson got his triple
in the ijxth, and scored on Miller's
single through the drawn-in infield.
Kilduff missed Agler's hard ground
er the sixth and he landed safely
it first. A sacrifice put him on aec
ond and Goodwin's single scored
him. . ". i " !
The big noise in the eighth was
opened with a double by Agler, after
two were down. Engle followed with
a single, scoring Agler. Krutrer hit an
easy grounder to Krug, who had a
chance for a double play, but lost
enough time touching Goodwin, who
was caught between first and second,
to permit Kruger to reach aecond.
Recruit Break Up Game.
It was decided to walk Cochran,
filling the bases, in order to take a
chance on Delate, recruit Kaw short
stopper, and Defate, 1 peeved at this
evidence of disrespect, leaned upon
the ball so vehemently that he reached
1 second base before Forsythe could
get the ball back into the game from
'the right field fence. In the meantime
Er.tfjt and Kruger scored the winning
ru,.s. Allen grounded out, but as the
Rourkes eouldrtH touch Henning in
their final two 'innings i the damage
was done. , a '
Topeka winds up the series today
and the Rourkes must win to ge an
even break. Denver is next. ....,.!"
Wichita Proves Easy
J For Sioux City Team
We Almost Had It
Rnlth, If. ...
Km, lb. ...
Thompson, af. ,.,
Kruff r, . ....,
Fererthe. H ,
AB. B. H. O. A. K.
Devafw, rf, ,..,
Agler. lb. .....
RniU. Sb. .....
G4wia, tfc. ...
Kroger, f, , , . .
Coflkraa, IK .A
Derate, Be. ....
Hettnjjlf, p. .
......SI I T
' AB. ' B. H. 0. A.' E.
0 e .
1 , l
...14 4 S St 14
Hlta i e t 1
. Bans f S S 1 S I
hiu e i e 1 a e s
Tkree-baae kits l Fererthe, Millar, Tkan.
son. Twe-baee kltl Uafate. rtarrlflc-e kltei
Kagle, Krngar, Barf, Oaakall. fttalea baaaat
BruMir. itruew. Slruek anil Br Oaakall. 4i
kr Hnli, S. Basee an ballai Off Caekell, f i
aw Hannlna, v. Hit wr nuenaa Bam cornran.
Laft an baaail Tonaka, St Omaha, aV TWl
liS. limpinal MlUaraoe MnUln.
BEARS DEFEAT LINKS
s ' i
Denver Bnnehei Hits on Pitcher
Halla and Wini Third
; , Battle, f ' ' :.
TEN TO THEEE IS SOOSE
, Lincoln, July 13. Denver bunched
hits on Pitcher Halla today and won
the , third game of the series, by a
score of 10 to 3. Errors by Lincoln
fielders figured in the lop-iided re
sult. Score: .
' DENVER. '; '
AB. . H.
Millar, rt. .......... 4
Xallahar, as. ........ I
Cola, If. ....I
Drar, Sb. S
stinidt. lb. ........ 4
Lloyd, lb. .......... 4
enoatak, . S
Mannr, a. 4
II IS II IT IS
, Sioux City, July 13. Sioux'
easily beat Wichita today by a
of 11 to 3. Score: . (1 ,
. .... WICBITA. . )!
AB. R..H. 0.
Jiekura, st. :, I . S ! 1 1
Tot. If. 4 . , S 4
Cor. rt. m J 1 . lr 1
Orar. . i '111 1
Brltton. lb. l. I I r
Halllar, lb. ........ I ' I 1 I
.Xltaom, aa. ......... 4 4 t I
Rappa, lb. 4 , 1 - I
' Kanffmaa, p. 1 ' S " 1
Malarkay, p. ....... 1 SI'S
Kl.ln, p. S S S
' 'QrlltltS S I S
i t ToUla ..If "I II 14
" jt noux cm. '
AB. R. K. O.
Ollmnfa. If. c
" vataen, rf. .
i Mats, lb. ...
i Connallr. Ik.
, Caonar. lb.
' Lajauaa. et
j. Liviaeatan. e.
; Oaapar, P-
I Taula ............II 11 II If II S
1 Batta for Malarkar la nlatk.
Wichita ' I S S I I I I
tioiu Cltr- ... M I I I II U
Ltt aa fcaaaa: au Cltr. Tt Wichita. S.
Tlrat baaa an arrara: Sloaa Cltr, 1. aaarl-
Sra kit: Oaapar. Two-baaa kltat Ooanar,
v LIvlAtaton, Ra.pna. Orlftitb, Orar. Foi.
r Thraa.baaa hlu: Lajauna, Cannollr, Hits;
Off Kauffmaa. s tb flva and two.thlrda In--i
nlnaai off Malarkar. I In ena-thlrd. lanlst.
' Daubla play: Coonar to Callahan ta Mats.
. etruak bntt Br Oaapar. I; kr Kanffmaa, I.
Baaai an ballai Off Oaapar, I; off KAuff
' man. 1; aft Malarksr. I; aft Kisin. . Panaa
kail: Orar- W114 pltchaa: Katiffman. Ha.
' larkar, Klatn. Tlma: int. Pmplra' Kana.
- At Colnmbu ' - R. H. B.
MIIatkaai...SS4l!ISSSII I It t
, Calumbua .....S4SISIIIIISIS 4 IS , S
Battarlat: Matrllk. Tann(
Majrar; oaorea ana coMaaaa.
At Inllanapalla R- H. B.
a'tnnaapslU ... t I 1 M I I I I-I
UotanapolU .. .1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I Vrtl
Battarlaat CaahJon and Owaaj; Bawaon
Kauiaa Cltr at Tolatfo, peatpAnaS. ran.
Bt. Pant at lAUaMUa, paatpaaad, vat
Carllala. If. ..
Bmlth. aa. , . . . .
Huntar, lb. ......... 4
wtlilama. In. ...... I
Morn, lb. ......... I
Johnian, a, ........ I
Halla. p. I
Tatola ....... '.. 14 I I H U I
Btt.a for.Htlla In nlntb. '
Paover ...... SIS 11114 1 11
Lincoln ..... 4 I 1 I I S 4 I, 1- I
Thraa-baaa kit! Mannr. T-baaa bits:
haauk. Kallthar, Cola, Oakaa. Daubla
play: Carllala ta Lattlmara. aalan baaaa:
JIuntar, BhlaMa (I). Baarlflaa kltal John
son, Kallahar (I). Btruek autt Mr Maniar.
I; by Halla, I. awaaa on
a, 11 atf Halla, I. Hit by Pjlrhaa ball:
Br Halla, Millar and Lloyd Wild pitch:
Mantar. Laft on baaaat Llncaln. S: Dtnvar,
T. Tlma: 1:11. Umplraa: Bekman and
Levinsky Bests Jack
Dillon in Ten Bounds
Baltimore, July 13.-The fifteen-
round decision bout between Jack Dil
Ion and Battling Levinsky. light
heavyweights, arranged to take place
at Oriole base ball park here today,
was changed to ten-round no-de-ciaion
affair because of the poor at
tendance and corresponding reduction
in gate receipts. .
Levinsky outpointed Dillon in al
moat averv round and punished him
severely in the latter rounds.1 No de
cision vii given.
Man's Skull Crushed:
; By Explosion of a
I ; : Tallow Barrel
Syracuse, Neb., July 13. (Special.)
G. Maylon Leidigh, junior member
of the firm of Leidigh & Son, waa se
riously Injured yesterday by the ex-
ploaion of a barrel into which he
was pouring melted tallow at the
slaughter house. : Sulphuric acid was
used in the barrel to complete the
dissolving of the contents and the ex-
Elosion resulted from this acid. The
pari ei 'the. barrel was hlown unwarri
with terrific force. It struck him over
the eyes and crushed his skull. He
rallied after reaching the hospital and
was able to converse some, but is in
a very precarious condition, with the
result in doubt. The force of the ex
plosion sent parts of the' barrel head
UroogB urn be re in tne nuuaing.
Former Omaha Man Reported
Killed With Canadian Troops
' Diipatchss received here tell of the
death en the front in Prance of Fri
vate Michael Cound, who is aaid to
have lived in Omaha at one time.
ZIM'S HOME RUN
WINS FOR CUBLETS
(cores Flack Ahead of Him for
Victory After Phillies
KZ0OKD IS SIX TO FIVE
Chicago, July 1 13. Zimmerman's
home run, scoring Flack ahead of
him, won a ragged game for Chicago
today, 6 to 5, after Philadelphia's
pinch hitters staged a three-run rally
in the ninth. , Vaughn pitched a great
game up to the Jast, Williams' er
rors giving the champions their first
two runs. Bender was wild and
poorly supported. Kelly, the Indian
apolis recruit, fanned as a pinch hit
ter in the ninth. Score:
raaKart.er a o
Nlahoff.lb I 1
Btaek.lb 4 1
Ctav th.rf 4 1
Lud'rua.lb I I
AB H O A I
S S OKnaba.lb I 1 S 1 1
I I lriaekrf 4 0 I S 0
4 I twirma.ef i I I I I
I S OZ'm'r'n.lb I I I I 0
5 S ISchultt.lf (Mil
OBaler.lb i lit I a
a a CM I , 4 I 4 1
S I lriacnir.e 1 3 4 4 1
I I IVaUfhn.t, 4 I. I I
Jo sl vnd'r.n e o i s
l iKaiir J i e
sss , ' -
III Total! 14 11 If I I
M'Qi'n.p S- I
W'd.l-lb I I
Ban'eft,aa I I
Burna.e . I I
Adama.ef S S
Bandar.s l l
Caopar.lf -1 0
Dusay ,: 0
-UOOd ; 1 I
Tatsls II I'iTu I
Battad for Knaba In ninth.
Battsd for Luderus In ninth,
Battad for Burna la ninth. ' '
"Two out whan wtnnlai run aearad.
rhlladalvhia .. I1S64104 I I
Cbleas ,..s S 0 1 I 1 I 1 a I
Two-baaa hit: iBandar. Homa run: Zim
merman. ' Btolan baaa: Bchulta. Baerttlea
hlta: 'Wklttad, -Williams. Baaaa on balls:
Off Bandar, 4: aft Mcquillan. 1; aft
Vautkn, 4. lilts and aarnad . runs: Off
Bandar, I kits. I run la aisht Innlnts; off
McQuillan, I kit, 1 run In ona Innina: oft
Vaughn; I kits. I runa In alsht lnntnsa.
aona at In ninth: off Lav4ndar, 1 kit, na
runa la nna Innln. -Btrack out: Br Ban
dar, I; br McQuillan, 1; br Vaushn. I. Um
plraa: O'Dar and Bason.
Cincinnati, O., July . Naw Tork and
Cincinnati broka avan In a doubla-haadar
hara today, tha. vlaltora wlnnlna tha flrat
Same. I to I. and the locale capturing the
aecond, 7 to 4. New Tork bit Tonay Raper
freely In the Bret conteet, but four ofthelr
rune ware due to tha two coatly allpa by
Cincinnati. . Tha flrat came In tha third,
whan Neala mlajudsed Dolan'e fly. Thla
gave New Tork two rune. Again In the aev
enth, Griffith mlejudged a fly hie by Rob
ertaon,' which counted tor a homa run and
aeored Kauff, who had doubled. In the
aecond game .Teereau waa hit hard In tha
flrat and eighth Innlnge. Bluejacket waa
tried out again today, but waa relieved In
the fourth Inning, after paeelng Merkle,
the flrat man up. For dlaputlng a declelon
at flrat baee In Ih4 ftret game, Wlngo waa
put out of the game by Umpire Harrleon.
Score, lirat game:
NEW TOBK. p CINCINNATI. "
Burne.lf 4 S S n OLotjden.lb S I 1 1 0
Doyle. Jb I
Mark 14. 10 4
Totala IS IS 17 IS lKnetter.p
. . MOIIwlta
s it IT
Bitted for Tanav n eighth.
Not Tork ... S 0 I S 4 S t I 01
Cincinnati Oil I I s 0 02
Two-base hits: Kauff, Louden. Ihree-baee
hit: Doolan. Homa run: Robertabn. Stolen
baoee; Hersog (1), Burne. Doifble playa:
Doyle to Doolan to Herkle. Doolan to
Merkle. Baaaa on balla: Off Schupp, 4: off
Toney, 1; off KnStler, 1. Earned rune: Off
Bcbupp, I; off Toney, I. Struck, out: By
Schupp, 7; by Toney. I. Umptroa: Rtgler and
Harrleon. Score, aecond game:
NEW TORK. CINCINNATI.
Burne.lf ISIS OLouden.lb 40111
l orieate.ei s j i o o
0 IHeraog.lb 4 1110
1 OChaee.lb 4 1110 0
I orieher.aa 1114 0
1 tOrllflth.rf 4 110 0
0 SKUIlfar.lf 4 I I I 0
1 0Clarke,o I 1 I 0 1
obiu i g't.p l
S S !
S 1 i
i s 3
- . Sohula.n S
Totals IS to 14 IS lMollwlts 1
. Totals li II 17 11 1
Batted tor Teereau In ninth. "
Batted for KnStser la savantb.
New Tork .....I 0 0 1 I 1 0 04
Cincinnati .... .1 I Ills 1 S 7
Two-baaa hlta Doyle, Klllifer, ' flahar.
Thraa-baaa hlta: Chaae, Doyle, Mollwlts.
Btolen baaaS: Robertson, Doyle, Kauff, Grif
fith. Sacrifice fly: Flaher. Double play:
Doyla to Doolan to Merkle. Baaaa on halla:
Off Teareau, 1: off Bluejacket, 1: off Sohuls,
1. Hlta and earned rune: Off Bluejacket.
I hlta, 1 runa In three innlnge (none out In
fourth); off Knetser,' I hlta, 1 run In four
Innings; off Bchults, 0 hit. 0 run In two ln
nlnao:' off Teereau. 7 runa. Struck out: By
Teareau, 4: by Bluejacket, 1; by Schull, 1.
Umplraa: Harrleon and Rlgler.
Dlrlde Double B1U.
. St. Lonla, July II. Tha St. Louie Na
tlonale and Brooklyn ' divided a double
header here today, the locala taking the
flrat game, I to 1, and loeing the aecond.
7 to S.
Hugglns used two pitchers, Steele and
Amea In winning tha Initial conteet. The
vleltora acored In tha flrat Inning of the
game an Daubert'e triple, followed by a
double. St. Louie tied the aepre In the sec
ond with a walk, a paeeed ball, an out,
and a aaotiflea fly. The locale won tha
game In tha aeventh with a aaerlflce fly
with one on.
Doak opened for St. Louis In tha aecond
game, Pfatfer taking tha raeuhd for the
rleltora. Brooklyn got ona In tha fourth
on three atngles, an errofr and a paaeed
Hall, who "relieved Doak In tha aeventh.
after. Brooklyn had gotten four runa. waa
hit for a double and a aingle, giving the
vleltore two more. Score, first game:
BROOKLTN. ST. LOUIS.
. , AB.H. O.A.S. AB.H. O.A.E.
Uvera.cf 4 0 14 SBetiel.Sb 10 14 0
i uaeecner.ii i v v
OLonff.rt 4 12 0
I 1 OOoniTe.e 1 1 1
I I lcorhan.ee,! o I
1 0 OSteSle.p 10 0
0 0 OAmee.n 0 0 0
Snyder 0 0 0 0
Touts II 114 I 1 Smith 0 0 0 0
Daubt'.lb 4 11
Stengel rf 4 0 1
Mow y. 3b I
Cheney.p I 1
McCarty 1 0
u vi.ong.ri i ,
0 OJ.MII'r.tb I 0 I
1 OHorn'y.lb 1 II
I OWileon.ct 10 1
Totals n 41714 I
Batted for Steele In seventh.
Ran for Snyder in aeventh.
Brooklyn ....1 I S 0 S S I 0 01
St. Louie 0 1 0 4 0 0 1 0 Z 1
Two-haaa hits: Wheat, Beecher, O. Mil
ler, Oonzalee. Three-baee hit: DsuberL Bae
rttlea fliea: Oonsalas, Batcel. Double playa:
J. Millar to Carhan to Hornaby, O. Miller
to Oets. Baeas on halla: Off Cheney, I.
Hits and earned rune: Off Steele, I hits,
1 run In seven Innings; oft Ames, 1 hit,
no runa In two Innings: off Cheney, I runa.
Hit by pitched ball: By Cheney, Beacher.
Struck out: Br Cheney, 4. Paaeed ball: a
J'at'n.c-lf 4 11
R'bert.lb 4 0 1
Wheat, If ISO
Cute'w.lb 4 11
Oeu.ee 4 1 4
McCarty.e 4 14
Pfeffer.p 4 1 0
Totale ST 11 17
Orth and Byron. Score,
Totala 14 1 17 14 1
Batted for Miller .In .aeventh.
Batted for Oenaalae In seventh
Brooklyn ....0 0 0 1 0 0 S 0 07
St. Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Two-base hlta: Movrey, Stengel. Sacri
fice hit: Daubert. Double play: Miller to
Horneby. B&oea on balls: Off Doak, 1. Hlta
and earned runs: Off Pfefter, S hits, no
runa In nine Innlnge: off Doak, 11 hlta. S
runs in eix Innlnge, none out In aeventh; off
Hall, i hlta. 1 run In three Innlnge. Hit
by pitched ball: By Pfeffer, Wllaon. Struck
out: By Doak, 1; by Hall. I; by puffer, f.
Umpires: Byron and Orth.
French and Hoffner Make
Low Scores in Open Tourney
Gardner City, L. I., July 13. With
an entry of 122 golfers, amateur and
professional, the 72-holt medal play
tournament for this year's open cham
pionship of the Metropolitan Golf as
sociation began today over the Gar
den City club's links.
From Rowing Association
New YorkJuly 13. Columbia has
resigned from the Intercollegiate
Rowing association and will no long
er participate in the annual regatta
at Poughkeepsie, it was announced
Nebraeka Indiana Wfa,
Cedar Raplda, Nib., July" 1. (Special
Telegram.) Nebraska Indiana, I; Cedar
New Orleans. S; Atlanta, t. "
Little Rock, I; Nathivua, I.
Birmingham, I; Mobile, I.
Standing of Teams
WEST. LEAGUE. NATIONAL LEAStfE.
W. L. ot
Brooklyn ..44 31 .111
Phils 40 11 .143
Boston ....17 II .ill
New Tork ti II .III
Pittsburgh 17 41 .474
Chicago ' 41 .474
St. LoulS. .SB 44 .441
W. L. Pet.
Omaha ...47 IS .417!
Lincoln ...40 IS .424
Dee Molnee 17 SI .10711
Denver ...II S8 .400 1
Wichita ..17 SI .1
Topeka ...14 40 .tt
Siom City II 41 . (
St. Joseph 11 41 .43l!Clnclnnatl .al 41 .401
AMER. LEAOUB. I ' AMER. ASSN.,
W. L. Pet. W. L. Pet
New Tork 41 31 .171 Kaneaa City 41 II .401
Cleveland 4i 13 .177 Indlanaplla 44 IS .SET
Boeton ...43 34 .4(4 Louleville .41 II .141
Chleeso ..40 II .6! Mlnntaplle 41 II .111
DMrolt ...IS 41 .llllToledo ....17 17.101
Wash... .IS 17 .613!t. Paul ...II II .471
St. Louis. 34 43 .1(1, Columbue .31 41 .411
Falls II 44 .340 Milwaukee 31 41 .411
Denver, 10; Lincoln I. ,
Bt . Joaeph-Des Moines; rain.
TSpekS, 4; Omlha, .
Wichita, I; Slous' City, 11.
Brooklyn. 1-7; St Louis t-0. ' -
Philadelphia, I; Chicago 4.
New Tork, 1-4; Cincinnati, S-7.
Boeton -Pitfaburgh; rain.
Detroit 1: Washington, 1. 1
Detroit, 3; Waalitngton, 11
8t. Louie, 7; Philadelphia. 3.
Cleveland, 1; New Tork, 4.
Chicago BOeton; rain. : , r -
Milwaukee. I; Columbue, 4.
Mlnnaapolla, 4; Indianapolis, 14.
Oam ee Today.
Weatera League Denver at Liuola, St
Joseph at Daa Motnas, Topaka at Omaha.
Wichita at Sioux City.
National League Brooklyn at St LMla.
Philadelphia at Chicago, Naw Tork at Cin
cinnati, Beaton at Pittsburgh.
Amerlca-i eLague Cleveland at Washing
ton, Chicago at Philadelphia, Detroit at New
Tork, St Louts at Boston.
Miss Smith Wine Tourney.
Chicago. July 18. Mies Mildred Sraltti of
the Evanaton Oolf club, today wen. tie
Invitation tournament ef tha Woman's Waat
era dolt association at tha Beverly country
club, by defeating Mrs. Melvins Joaea. of
Olenoak, I and I.
Slonx City. la.. July II Jack Pfeleter,
former Chicago National leafuS stl, WOS
haa been pitching tor the Sioux City. Weatera
league team, waa todSy handed aa uficeh
dltlonal release by President F. J. Haul en.
i i ii "nfttti"1 tfliiBilimit'i
-JOHN A. SWANSON, Pres.-
lie Cmtooil C
WM. L. HOLZMAN, Treaa.-
The Sale That Thousands Wait for, Starts FRIDAY, July 14
America s Original
rjyv AW M A MMr
Our Entire Stock
Men's and Young Men's
$10 to $40 Spring and Summer
Rochester, N, Y. Finest
Clothes it Half Price
The World's Best iWy-fof-Service
At Exactly Half Price
(tWb ( the
Half-Fries) Sale, befit
than keeping up with the times, tt meana keep
Insr ahsuul. Tha flrat nHiwnla nf hrvtmiIh
merclutrsrUsbif taaass, a store must aerer
eaury orar too&t. To meat thla prablera is a
' Wc kaalneaa meaaa that draatte tdaaraeee taatha ' "
oda as mat be adopted, benee thla sweeping.
haUf-piio Bale that ererr maa Oaaaha
. "' -';! ; ' ": ' ' ' ;:
Men', Women's and Children'!
Shoes Reduced -1
Broken Lines t Sacrifics Prices.
No Cbarcea. -No
C. O. D.'a.
A Small Ckarara
f r AltaratUsa
ISwrtnaT Tkta Sal.
alOttN A MAMOtam
Regardless of risirjig prices, regardless of the scarcrky of merchandige, regard
less of every consideration but keeping the New Store NEW, this greater store
plunges headlong into a clearance campaign that will leaf e nothing but empty j
cases, counters and shelves,, ready for next season's stock. - '
'.r ',. Every man who reads, knows market conditions, j That's why it wiH pay
every man, within hundreds of miles of this st6re, to attend this greatest of all
sales, because such bargains will never be offered again.
- BLACK BUXTS; PALM BEACH AND TROPICAL 00AT AND PANTS IXCEPTZ1D.
I, M7t ti ,i, ifj'-, .-. men s, xsoys ana inuaren s
Straw Hat Sale
6xt Entire ttock Greatly Seduced. .
-C6JIRECT APPAREL FOR MEN ANt WOMliN,
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