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THE WASHINGTON WASHlNGION TIMES SUNDAY MAY AY 15 190 90
SECOND REVIEW REVIEWIN REV1E REV1EIN
IN RAGE TO WIN WINST10UlS 1N 1NT1LOUIS
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The Times TimesBALLOTS TimesBALLOTS rimesBALLOISBY
BALLOTS BALLOISBY BY THOUSANDS THOUSANDSUncertainty THOUSANDSUi1certainty THOUSANDSthicertainty
Uncertainty as to Number NumberHeld NumberHeld NumberField
Held Back by Contestants ContestantsLeaves Contestantsves ContestantsLeaves
Leaves ves Contest Open OpenThe
The standing of the contestants In the thetwo the1wo thetwo
two St S St Louis Exposition contests In Inaugurated Inaugurated Inaugurated ¬
augurated by b The Times some so e weeks weeksEO weeksugo weeksago
ago EO Is I published today toda for the th second secondtime secondtime
4 time since the contests began The Therecord Therecord Therecord
record Includes all coupons turned In Inup Inup inup
up to to5 5 oclock last evening eveningExamination eenlngExamination eveningExamination
Examination oi o the following list listshows listshows listshows
shows that a sharp and close compe competition competition competitlon ¬
tition is In progress by those who would wouldtake wouldtake wouldtake
take advantage of The Times offer to tosend tosend tosend
send three people employed In either eitherthe eitherthe eitherthe
the National or District Government Governmentand Governmontand Governmentatd
and three others employed emplo ed elsewhere to toSt toSt toSt
St Louis for a week to see the ex exposition exposition cxposition ¬
position How much clpser cl ser the compe competition competition competitlon ¬
tition really Is than Is here indicated indicateddepends Indicatedf indicateddepends
f depends upon how many man coupons con contestants contestants contestants ¬
testants are holding back until the and andThe andThe endThe
The contests close Tuesday Tuesda May 31 31No 3lo 31No
No o coupons will be printed after that thatdate thatdate thatdate
date The books will remain open until untilG
G oclock oclockJune June 1 when thecontests will willbe willqe willte
be declared closed Tho result will be beAnnounced bennnounced beannounced
Announced In The Sunday Times of ofJune atJune ofJune
June 5 5The 5The 5The
The number of o coupons turneoVIn turnedJn tumed in up
to 5 p m yesterday with the names namesof namest namesof
of t those for whom they the have been sent sentase sentare sentare
are as follows followsGovernment tollowsGovernment ZollowsGovernment
Government Employes EmployesJ
J J H OBrien G P 0 16459
W V L 1 Barnum Com and Labor 1S9
H Klug St Elizabeth 563
Charles Hammond Treasury 760 60
Mrs Irs Ida Lewis Postofflce 609
R R Button Duton U S Senate 4614
W Y J Fagan Eng and Printing 5G70
A C Wright War Var Departra Department ent 15
W J Cook Pension Office 5003
Ida V Tlverny Printing Office 5437
J Walker Walk Navy Nav Department 100
A A H Morehead Fire Alarm Office 17265
Tyson l Son Klnsell War Department 45
L 1 S Smith Eng and Printing 157S 157
R H lL Smith Agricultural Dept 153
J McKenna Postofflce 1210
J B Hoopnagle Navy Yard 2213
Agnes Quirk Agricultural Dopt 47
R L Garibaldi Postofflce Postot ce 77
C A Rnlney Printing Office OfficeYo 378
W Yo A Bramhall Pension Office 96
J H Clear Interior 1 1I
I N C Dameron Treasury 11
Mrs E M Page Treasury Treasury36000 36000
G 8 Carroll Printing Office 245
C J King Eng and Printing J OS IS
J T Simpson Slm son Treasury < 3 3555 3555H 3555H 55 55H
H C Dooley Doole Navy Yard 127 17
J 1 H Wood Interior InterlorJ ri 514 514W 14 14w 4 4P
W P Souder Eng and Printing 53
N B Parks Postqfflce Postoi11ce 36 38Fronle 36Fronle 36Fronie
Fronle Carrigan Eng and Printing 22 22S 22S 22S
S Ullraan U S Senate 1500 1500J 1f 1500J OO OOJ
J C Calhoun Library 5000 5000H 5000lL 5090H
H lL J Camfleld Eng and Printing 25 25R 25R 25H
R T Corbin Capitol 10 10C 10C 10C
C P McCurdy Postofflce 60 60J 60J GOJ
J Iredale H of R 1900 1900E 1900E 1900s
E s Keogin Court of Claims 151 151J 151J
J 1 B Callahan Interior 1 1A 1A 1A
A J 1 Lee District Building BulIdl g 797 797Bertha WiBertha 797Bertha
Bertha Davis State Department Departm > nt 2100 2J100J 2100J 2100J
J W Dickerson watchman 33 33G 83G 3 3G
G sPv IP Allen Printing Office 292 292A 292A 292A
A McMullin Mc l1ll1n Printing Offico 338 338Corinne 33 33Corinne 335b
b Corinne Hay Ha Treasury 000 000J 00 00J
J A A 0 Gordon Postofflce PostofficeJ Postoffice21904 Postoffice21904J 21JS04 21JS04J
J W Starr War Department Department28iOO Department28iOOMiss 28700 28700Miss
Miss L W Gary Treasury 7133 7133H 1133H 71 71H
H W Ransdell Postofflce Postoffice13600 Postoffice13600D 13600 13600M
M D Finch Postofflce Postofilco3900 Postofilco3900J 3SOO 3SOOJ 3900J
J E Lynch D C repair shops 39 39F 39F 32F
F A Mitchell Treasury 43 43H 4SH 43H
H E Marshall U S Jail 1J023 1J023Mrs 1 1Mrs 13Mrs
Mrs M A Johnson Int Rev Rev141 Rev141ths 141 141Miss J41Ifsg
Miss Ifsg Bettle ettle Hayden Eng Ptg 4000 4000L 4000Ii
L 1 Merritt Pension 123 123L 123L 123L
L A Spies Postofflce 7600 7600C 1500C 7500C
C J Hicks Pension Office Office14500 Office14500V 1W300 1W300V
V R Adams Postofflce Postoffice1349J Postoffice1349JBl1nchard Postofflce13409Blanchard 13499 13499Blanchard
Blanchard Torrer High School3C6 School3C61f School 366 366M 366M
M C Ball Pension 23 23H 2SH
A H I L Poynton Postofflce 327 327G 327G 327G
G B M Rycker Dist Gov 5000 5000E 5OE 5000E
E V Clark Navy Yard 1000 1000C 1000C 1000C
C T Ziegler Postofflce 7100 7100J 7100JJ 7100J
JJ J H Anderson Interstate Com 631 631G 631G 631G
G S Livingstone Pension PensionIt Ifl IflM 10M
M It L 1 Carter Census Office WO WOP 5JOP 530P
P C Shannon Eng and Printing 450 450W l5O l5OW
W O Baldwin Interior V 1 1W 11 11W 1w
W F Brown Interior 9550 9550C 9 9C 9550C
C E Jones War Department 63V5 63V5K 63dK 63K
K Forrest Pension PensionC 67 67C 6 6C
C C Estes Tenth Precinct CO CODavid t 00David O ODavid
David Hutcheson Library LibraryC 5 5C 6C
C J Brantly Postofflce 123 123r 123X 123r
r H Looker Navy Department 25 25J 25J 25J
J W Tannehill Treasury 55 55E 55E 55E
E M King Postofflce 1900 liSOOMiscellaneous 1900Miscellaneous 1900Miscellaneous
Miscellaneous Citizens CitizensM
ML M P Roche 2201 22t > 113th 13th St N W 30451 3045 3045F 3O4F
F P nrnr Geraci fl 621 1 1 M N J J Ave Avft N W WMrs K KMrs 5 5Mrs
Mrs L I C Bramhall Bramhal1t 601 I St N W WJ WH 7i 7i1L
1L H Dickey 102 1021 Blaaensburg Road 5200 5200J 5209J
J Orem 353 3S3 Pa Ave N W Wo V 3110 3110J 3UO3N
J 3N 1 Ni Thompson 2003 G St N W 1 1Mrs 1Mrs 1Mrs
Mrs C Lewis 123 D St N W 2192 2192J 219 219J 2192J
J D Williams 1327 10th St N W 7M 7MJ 7DlJ 7D 7DJ
J E Simpson W G St 8 W 7800 7800B ISf ISfB > >
B 11 M Hartsook 621 5212d M St N E 10 10A 10A 10A
A G Leonard 2518 Mesamoro MessmoroBt St 172 172Miss l 172Miss Z ZM1ss
Miss J Young 622 22 8th St 81Elmer 2350 2350Elmer 2j5 2j5Elmer
Elmer Peerce 1411 Duncan St N E 25 25W 25V 25w
W V Anderson 40S 6 6iI St S W WW 36 36W 36W
W J Whittington 1332 I St N W wR 63 63R 63B
R G Johnson Kenllworth D C 3G3 3G3B I 868E > U7 U7E
E H Franke 727 1 20th St t 33 33W 36W 4 4w
W H lL Lehman 2105 106 Pa Ave 6975 6975S 6915I 6975S
I S L i Folsom F lsom 223 North Capitol St 287 287A 28 282s
I Mrs M Rumby 211 Fat F Bt N W WA 2D 2DA
A A C Spalding 1224 Duncan N E EJ 21 21J 21J
J L r Hammack ISO E St N E EJ 21 21W
J 1 W Nicholson 1305 9th St N W15JOOO W15JOOOJ W15OCz
J W Fry 309 3d St t S D 10000 10000Peter
Peter White White 1113 4th St t NB N EnmS EnmST B 11 11505 11505T 05 05T
T Sothern 710 4th St N W 2250 2250C 2250C 250C
C T Cathcart 3407 R St N W CO COW fJIW ju juw
W T Brown 1412 1st St N W WMrs 62 62Mrs 52Mrs
Mrs R A McDonald 223 1st N 1 NE NEW E 30 30W 30W
W H Trotter 493 Pa Ave N W 100 100S 100S 100S
S G Davis 633 4th St N B E14tOO E14tOOG 14000 14000A 14000A
A G Cole 1335 St N W 400 400Miss 400Miss 0 0Miss
Miss J Forrest 237 N J Ave NW N WZOIO WZOIOW W > 2010 2010W O10 O10w
W Radel 345 McLean Ave S W 10 10Miss 109 109D 109D
D w G Gail iI 61S F 6t N W WMias C 600 600MlsfI
Miss V G Sherlock 1309 H N W IfiO IfiOH 100H 160H
H E Weeks 500 0 St S W WlO303 WlO303Gertrude W10303Gertrude W WGertrude
Gertrude Berry 827 S St N W W63 W63H Jg 63 63W
W H Tracer TrMey 622 H St t N W 555 555W I
4 W B Swingle Swn le 612 F St N W 138 138Frank 138Frank
Frank Mudd Hyattevillo HattevU1e12 HattevU1e12Mrs HyattavilloMrs 12300 12300J
Mrs 21 I Ross 6039th b03 9th 8t N W WJ WJ
J A Simmons 1230 8 St N W Wcv At AtW 14 14B
W cv H Behman 2106 Pa Ave G5 0 0B
B M Hllder Hllderbral brand < < L202 202 O Q St N W 1 1M 16 16M lbM
M B Sturgeon 3i27 thi I S st N W W1O W10014 W10014Mabel 10014 10014Mabel 4 4Mabel
Mabel Rush 2719 Duke Alexandria 616 616J g 616J 6 6J
J B Archer 1117 4H St S W 1 1G 1G
G H IL Sisemore 1007 llth St S E E151 E151J 1621 1621J
J L Edwards 1905 F St N W 1 1M 1M 1M
M B BJohnson Johnson Vienna Va 50 50Mrs 50Mrs 50Sarah
Mrs Sarah King KlnII 1697 31st St 23 25A 23A 23A
A A r C Hindle windi 3U ru ktv th > St S < j E BWorlds 1WO 1WOWorlds 1QJOWorld
World Worlds Fair Coach Excursion May 17 17Via z zVia
Via B 8 O R R leaving Washington
1005 a m passing picturesque e and his historic historic histone ¬
toric country by daylight arriving St StLouis StLouis StLouis
Louis noon next day d y Tickets valid for forreturn forreturn forreturn I
return within ten days Rate Rat 17 for the theround theound theround
round ound trip
District DistrictiIeaist Hearst Hea5 st Men MenFast MenFastL MenFastLosing
t
Fast FastL FastLosing Losing sing Courage CourageProspect CouragePr Conra ConraProspect
Prospect Pr 7e7ct of Contest o e t Befo Before Dernocr Democratic tic ticI ticN I N Na Natrbhal NationalCommittee
trbhal tionalCommittee Committee Commltt e Rapidly Dwindling DWJn Dwindlingv 110Q 110QI >
4 4v
I < v Ifito lnt Insignificance lni jnificance
The Th prospect of a D contest from tho thoDistrict thoDIstrict theDistrict
District of Columbia before the Demo Democmtlc Democratic Democratie
cmtlc National Convention Confntlonls is rapidly rapidlydwindling rapidlydwln rapidlydwindling
dwindling dwln llng Into inslgnlncance Insignificance and the thetalk thetalk thetalk
talk of such aclion to mere mere chatter chatterSuch chatterSu chatterSuch
Such Su h a course Is generally disapproved disapprovedby
by local Democrats with the exception exceptionof xceptlonot
of a few of the most radical radlc l Hearst Hearstmen Hearstmen Hearstinca
men including those who anticipate a atrip atrip atrip
trip to St Louis at the expense of Mr MrHearst MrHl8rst MrHearst
Hearst HearstMr Hl8rstIr Hearst1r
Mr Ir Hearsts sincere friends in i the theDistrict theDistrict theDistrict
District however howeerhellee believe that he h hn hnbeen has hnsibeen hasbean
ibeen been mulcted enough by b District poll politicians polltlelans pollticians ¬
ticians and agitators and give no en encouragement encouragement encouragement ¬
couragement to the movement to t make makeeven makeeven makeeven
even so much as a potest po esJngalnst against the theseating theseating theseating
seating of the six Norris delegates delegatesEven delegatesEven delegatesEven
Even It the friends of Mr Hearst were werein wereIn werein
in control of the national convention conventionwhich conventionwhich conventionwhich
which It is certain now that they will willnot willnot willnot
not be it is asserted that only anI by b re resort resort resort ¬
sort to the most arbitrary arbltrarjmethods methods could couldthey couldthey couldthey
they deny the right of the regular Dis District District District ¬
trict delegates to seats In that body bodyConvention bodyConvention bodyConvention
Convention Was Regular RegularThe RegularThe RegularThe
The convention which chose the six sixNorrls sixorrls sixNorr1
Norrls orrls delegates delegat swns was regular through throughout tjiroughout hrouphout
out and conducted in accordance ac < ordance with withthe withthe withthe
the rules ru es laid down downb1 by the election com commission commission commission ¬
mission created createdb by the national n tIonal xom xommlttee vommittee om ommlttee
mlttee Of those who participated In the therump th thrumpconventlon therump
rump rumpconventlon convention only on1 twentyone or orless orless orless
less less than onethird of the sixtysix slxtslxDls slxtslxDlstrict Dis District District ¬
trict delegates had credentials Fir Fifteen FI FIteen Firteen ¬
teen others who were declared seated seatedby seatedby seatedby
by these twentyone duly elected dele delegates delegates ddegates ¬
gates had absolutly no nocredentlals credentials and andassumed nndassumed andassumed
assumed to tohav have none they theyslmDly simply act acted act acted acted ¬
ed In a bolters meeting without author authority authorIty authority ¬
ity from anyone anyoneIt anyoneIt anyoneIt
It is also alleged that of ottho those who whohad whohad whohad
had credentials and those who had none nonethere nonethere nonethere
there were l less ss than thirty or not one onehalf onehalt onehalf
half of ofthe the thetu1i full QUota of delegates so sothat sothat sothat
that If their proceedings had badbeen been een regu regular regular reguJar ¬
lar otherwise oth rwlse delegates could not notbe notbesent be besent besent
sent to St Louis chosen by a minorlly minorllyof mln iib iibof
of a regularly called convention It fs isalso fsalso fsalso
also asserted that socalled delegates delegatesfrom delegateiJfrom delegatesfrom
from at least two districts which even eventhe cventhe eventhe
the rump convention did not seat seatparticipated seatparticipated seatparticipated
participated in the proceedings pro eedlngs of the themeeting themeetlng themeeting
meeting and andvoted voted for delegates and andthat andthat andthat
that when this was discovered the fact factwas lactwas factwas
was ordered expunged from the record
but the vote vot was Vas not reconsidered reconsideredPo1t reconsIderedP01t reconsideredPot
Po1t Pot at Issue IssueAttention IssueAttentlon IssueAttention
Attention is also called to the the fact fact that thatthe thatthe thaLthe
the point upon which iheHearst the HearSt Iezrt men menbolted mba mbnbolted mbabolted
bolted the regular convention was not notthe notthe notthe
the refusal of the convention to seat its itscontestants Itscontestants itscontestants
contestants or upon the question of reg ¬
ularity bt1tbecnus but bn because of otthe the fact that thatChairman th tlintChairman t tChairman
Chairman Sef Sefton ton of utthe the election elebtioOcornmis elebtioOcornmisslon commis commission commlssian ¬
sion held that the convention had the theright theright theright
right to effect its It < own temporary organi organization olganlzatlon oiganization ¬
zation and anl elect electIts Its own temporary of ofllcera orlicera oflicers
llcera llceraThis liceraThis licersThis
This decision was In accordance withan withan
an agreement reached by the commis commission commlsion commission ¬
sion and counsel representing both tao factions taotions n ntlons ¬
tions prior to the convention In view viewof viewor viewor
or the facts even the average Hearst Hearstman Hearstman Hearstman
man beieves that the contesting dOle deieKRtlon dOleUon ddiegation
KRtlon Uon will have no standing either be before e eore etore ¬
fore ore the national nil tlonalcommlttee committee or before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the convention Co CoA
A AFutile Futile Hope HopeThese HopeThese lopeThese
These delegates however profess Ir fess to tohave tohave 0 0have
have confidence confid llce and point to tq the tact factthat tactthat tactthat
that four years ago the contest cOJ1test result resulted resulld ¬
ed d in a division of the Districts DI trlct5 vote voleAgainst voteAgalnst voteAgainst
Against this thi argument the statement stnte entis entisI Is Ismade ismade
made that at that time the matter vas vrasnot vasnot wasnot
I not thoroughly understood understood and that Utatthe Utattheconnlttee thatthe thattheconnittee the theconynlttee
conynlttee connlttee on credentials failed even to toread torend toread
read the report of the national commit committee committee committee
tee which was then unanimously in fa favor faor j jvor
vor or of the Norris delegation but rushed rushedthe rushedthemattdl rushedthenzattdr
the themattdl mattes through without giving It an anattention art artattonUon ariattention >
attention attentionAt attonUonAt attentionAt
At that time too t the eortecjints cort nts were werefavored wercravor werefavored
favored ravor d with more capable managers managersthan managersthan managersthan
than they thl will have this time It is said saidthat sttldthat saidthat
that some of those chosen by the rump rumpconvention rumpconjntlon rumpConvention
convention may mu not go to St Louis to tomake tomake tomake
make the fight However HoweV r the Norris Norrlspeople Norrfpeople Norrispeople
people intend to fortify themselves themselvesagalnbt themelvesagalnbt themselvesagainbt
agalnbt any an possibility of a contest cont St and andwill ltndwill rtndwill
will be prepared to prove prov their cast castwith castwith easewith
with credentials affidavits a l avlts and records recordsto
to the satisfaction of the national com committee commIttc corninittee ¬
mittee < the committee on credentials credentialsand credentlalsand credentialsand
and the convention conventionW conventionWSE conventionw
W WSE SEWARD VARD WEBB BUYS
21 HORSES IN MAINE MAINELEW1STON MAINELEWISTON MAINELEWISTON
LEWISTON Me Ie May Ma 14 ltDr Dr W WSeward wSeYard WSeward
Seward SeYard Webb W bb hasJust 1 siust completed completed a tour tourof tourot tourof
of this section of Maine in search of ofhorses othorseS ofhore
horses hore and nnd has startfed for for forNew New York Yorkwith YorkIth Yorkwith
with with Ith twentyone t enhone of the best best he could couldfind co couldfind ld ldfind
find findDn Dn Dz Webb reached reached Lewiston L wlston last week weekin weekIn weekin
in his private car c r In Inhl8 his party were werehis were werehis werehis
his physician and anli1 three three servants in including inludlng ineluding ¬
eluding cooks and valet Attached to tothe tothe to tothe
the train was a palace horse car and andthe andthe andthe
the outfit outfliwas was run as special to suit suitDr suitDr suitDr
Dr Webbs ebbs convenience convenienceGIFT convenienceGIFT convenienceGIFT
GIFT BY EUGENE FOSS FOSSBOSTON FOSSBOSTO FOSSBOSTON
BOSTON Mass May U HEugene HEugeneFoss Eugene N NFoss NFoss
Foss has made a conditional gift of 50 50000tothe O O00010the
000 00010the to the University of Vermont He will willadd willadd willadd
add 5000 5000 to every 100000 subscribed to toward toward toward ¬
ward the 1000000 endowment fund now nowbeing nowbeIng nowbeing
being raised About 200000 has so far farbeen farbeen farbeen
been subscribed I
TO TOO DISCUS DISCUSOF I SCU8S CONDUCT CONDUCTOF CONDU GT GTOFTH
OFTH OF TH THE E MEW NEl CHUm CHUmSeries CHURCH CHURCHSeries HlJfR H HSedes
Series of o Meetings e tings to Be e Heldiiv Heid i Washington W WashingtonGenera WashingtonGeneraConvention shi1igtortGener Genera GeneraConventmnonMay2i
ConventmnonMay2i Convention ve Ho 1Ot on Mft21 May 21 x
JV AsOrieS < series sQrles of or meetings mee gs re relative atiV to the theconduct theOr thedonduct
conduct donduct Or duct of the New Church will beheld beheldIn beheldi beheld1O
i In Washington 1V shlrtgton at thV th1 National atlj F
Church ChurchSlxteeJJU Sixteenth and Cprcqran streets streetsfrom Str StretitsfrOm cts ctsfrOm
from Thursday Thursda May Ia1 19 to Thursday ThursdayMay T ThursdtryMay26 ursday ursdayMay
May May26 May26phldf 20 20Chl 2GChIJt
Chl ChIJt < f of these meetings meetings will be the theeightyfourth theelghlyrourth theeightfourth
eightyfourth elghlyrourth annual annual Tissembly 1l5ser J1 of the fhegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general convention cononti n On n Saf Bqtur Sqturday unlay a May
21 Incident to this there are are to be bemeetings bemeetings bemeetings
meetings of all affiliated organlzatlons organlzatlonsThe org pti Uons UonsThe
The general program programhlls has been com completed completed cornpleted ¬
pleted pleted and andgl gives es full fu 1 details detailsdf of all the themeetings thenieetngs themeetings
meetings of the week Preceding Pie P re et eing ng those thoseto thoseto thoseto
to be held In Washington several ses sessions sessions sossions ¬
sions are to convene c vene In Baltimore BaltimoreOn BIlIUmpren BaitirOpreOn
On n Thursday May 19 at 730 730 p m mthere m mther mthere
there ther Is to to be a conference contcr n nce of thfc thfcYoung ill illYoung tleYoung
Young Peoples League which will be bethe betheseventeenth bethe
the theseventeenth seventeenth annual annuitlme meeting tlng of ot th theague the theleague theeanue
league eague The Rev Re Frank Sewall pastor pastorof
of the church will preside presideThe presideThe presideThe
The American N N1esv ew w Church SundaySchool Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Association As oclation will VII ilI hold hoItIlts Its thirty thirtyseventh tQlr tQlrseventh thirtyseventh
seventh annual meeting on Friday FrJda at at9M
930 a m when wh n a business busln ss session scsslon ssion will willbe wIllbe willbe
be be held The rheassoclatlon association will elect its itsnew Itsnew Itsnew
new officers in the afternoon and nd I1t13O I1t13Ooclock ut 130 430oclock 130oclock
oclock on the same day the board boaldot boaldotmanngers of ofmanagers ofrnapagers
managers manngers of the Theological School S h091w1U will willmeet willmeet
meet meet In the pastors study at t the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church churchFrom churchFrom churchFrom
From 3 until untilG 6 p m on Friday the ad advisory a advisory < l lIsoryl ¬
visory Aboard oard of o the African AfrIcanUssion Mission Uslonwjl1 Uslonwjl1Kcep will willKeep Willieep
Keep open open oen house atthe at the Missiph t ChapelJenth Chapel ChapelTenth 1idpe 1idpeTenth
Tenth and rv V Streets northwest and n n8p at nS
8p 8 IJm m a aservice service will wl1lb be held he ti ld In the thechurch thahtirch thehtxrch
church at which an an anaddress address will wlilbe be made madeby madeoy inndel
by l Lloyd M 1 Frost vice Ica president presl l nt of theYoung the theYoung theYoung
Young Peoples Leugue Leaue on The he Need Needof Needor Needof
of the Church Individual Growth rowth The Thelast Thelast Thelast
last meeting of the Young Peoples PeoplesLeague PoplesLeague
League will be held on onSaturda Saturday morn mornIng mo molag
Ing when officers for the t e year ear will w iI be beelected beelected
elected and the remaining remaining business buslncs of ofthe ofthe
the league disposed of otAt At 145 1 5 the theleague thelOague
league lea sue will wflltake take a trip to Marshall MarnhaiL11aU MarnhaiL11aUSaturday llallJ llallJSaturday IL ILSaturdlly
Saturday at noon will mark mor the open opening op opening m ¬
ing Ings session slon of the general convention conventionthe col1 eonsOntionthe
the governing governing body bodyof of the church This Thiswill Thiawill
will consist of the full morning morningseryiee morningseryieeandwill service serviceand setlee
and an andwill will VI be conducted by bjt tb the > eR R 1v vi EiJ EiJE E EJE j jE
E Schrcck of Chicago The principal principalfeature PZ prjncipalfeature 9cJpaJ 9cJpaJteature
feature of this meeting wlllb vIII b the th an annual pn pnnu 1I 1Inua
nual nua nu fatldres9 address a dresg of thepresldent t pftftecon pftfteconventipn Q ftheconventipn thecon theconventlpn
ventipn ventlpn the theR Rev R Samuel S Sewardof SewardofNew SewardofNew ewt rdof rdofNew
New York YorkAt Y YorkAt rk rkAt
At 230 p m the business buslnesse5slon session of ofthe Ofthe ofthe
the convention will be beheld held and andn in thecenlnS the theevening theevening
evening delegates to the convention conventionand conv conventionand ntlon ntlonand
and the Young Peoples League Leng ewlllbe ewlllbeguests will be beguests beguests
guests at a reception at the home of ofJustice otJustice ofJustice
Justice and Mrs Irs30b Job Barnard 1200 Rhode RhodeIsland Rhod RhodeIsland
Island Avenue AvenueA
A morning service at 11 oclock on Sun Sunday Bundu Sunday ¬
day du will be beheld held in the New Church Churchwhen Churc Churcwhen Churdwhen
when the th < > sermon will be delivered delh Jed by Dj
the Rev lie RevJohn jphn r hn Goddard G Gdd7trd d rd of ot Newtorivllle NewtorivllleMas wl rioav1lle rioav1lleMass nviIie nviIieMass
Mas Mass q pther Otlfer r special p I loe ceremopies oe emoplcswUlbe emoplcswUlbeobsexv emopieswiIl will be beobsenvedVand beobsetv
obsenvedVand obsexv d dauU and at ToTcJpck 4 o ockk clock In In n the after afternoon atterno afternoon ¬
noon no n Sunday school scho l will be be hejd h ld In the theMission thelISslon theMission
Mission Chapel Tenth and V Streetq Streetnorthwest Streetqnorthwest Streetqnortb
northwest northwest nortb ¼ vest The Rev He Arthur Mercer rI rcer of ofBaltimore ocBaltImore ofBaltimore
Baltimore Is to to conduct the evening evenix ser service service ¬
vice Iceut ut 8 Soclock oclock In the th New ew Church Churchsvheh Churchwhcii
svheh the Rev Louis G Landenberger Landenbergerof
of St Louis will deliver delivern a 1mlsslo mission lec leeture lecture
j ture on Emanuel Swedenborg Swedenbor Man of ofScience ofScibn
Science Scibn e Philosopher J > > and Servant of tie tlieLord tl tieLord
Lord Jesus oJ Jesu esuJ Christ A service s rvlce will also alsobe
f Ibe be held helil at S33 8it at the Mission Cnapci CnapciWith Chapetwith
With u si sermon mOJ1 by b the hcRev Rev Herbert C CSmall CSmall
Small SmallOf of p Bridpcwater Brld EW terO Mass MassThe MassTI1C MassThe
The New W Church ChU rCh Evidence vldence Society will willmeet Wll WllmeetGn wil1meet
meet meetGn on Monday f1 opday J1da for a business session sessionand scJslonnnd sesionand
and will elect its it officers for the year yearAt yearAt ear earAt
At 10 1Ooloc1c oclqck o IQck there th therewili rc will be a meeting at atthe atthe atthe
the home homeot of Mrs lrs John Joy Edson dson 122f m
Sixteenth Street to form a national al alHartce alnkrtcc ailliutceot
Hartce lliutceot of New Church women womenAt woment womenAt
At t noon on the same gameda day President Pr sldent sldentoosev
Roosevelc Roosov oosev Jt t will receive delegates and andvisitors andIsltors andvisitors
visitors to the convention at the White
House Hou e On Monday 1onda afternoon nft rn on from troJ 230 230Until 2UUnUlS 230tintit
UnUlS Until 5 the th convention will again meet meetin me meetIn t tIn
in business session and on Monday Mondaynight Monda Mondanlg Mondaynight
night nlg tn A s visit Il1 t to the Library of Congress Congressis Congre > J
11 is planned pl nneci Business sessions will be beheld beheld
held h ld 6n Tuesday TiIe day and it Is probable that thatth thatthe
j th the e wOrK WO rl < of of f the convention conen tlon proper llro r will willbe willbe
be coneltjded on that hat day The Round RoundTable RoundTabl RoundTable
f Table Tabl Association A fOCiatlor will meet at 8 p m mon mon aton
on Tuesday ue8da night In the church churchWednesday churchVedncsdtJ churchWednesdiiy
Wednesday VedncsdtJ nas has been selected as the theday theday theday
day for a ir IrlD to Mount Vernon At 2j 2jp 2 2p i ip
p m the > board of directors dlr tors of the theSWcdenb9rg theSwedenborg j jmeet
SWcdenb9rg clentmc Asspclatlon will willm willmeetIn
meet m meetIn et in the church study stud and at 3 In Into Inthe Inthe
the tttnoon the RSlOcJu aseoclatipn tlpn proper Is isto f
to convene c mene A i iserved suburban dinner will be bei beServed
served i rved at T 7 p m Meetings Me Ungs of the asso association assolaUon assoiatioa ¬
ciation will continue cbntinueon on Thursday Thursda the theconcluding theconcludlngdayot theconcluding
concluding concludlngdayot day of the series of meet meetings meetIncs meetings ¬
ings ingsALLEGED IncsALLEGED ingsALLEGED
ALLEGED MURDERER IS ISCAUGHT ISI ISCAUGHT
I CAUGHT AU HT IN IN BOSTONp BOSTON BOSTONPATERSQN BOSTONP2EQN
PATERSQN p Ens9N N No Jr J O May rh y 14 ItWord Word has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been received rec lved here of the tl arrest in Bos Boston Bo Botonlaste BotenT >
ton tonlaste tenT last evening enIng of Domenlco Domenl o DeFeo who whois wloIs whois
is accused ncc se set t of t having murdered murdered Henry HenryEnglish
II English English izl in iq this ih s city eityon ty > on May 2 2The 2 2The 2The
The arrest was was made at at the request of ofthe atthe ofthe
the Paterson P te on authorities He Hewas was wastur cap capturedpn aP aPtur
turedpn tur 4J1 ddn board > olTd the steamship tenp1sb p Romanide Romanidewhich Ro RoEnanidewhich anlde anldewhich
which sailed today todayfoz for Ital ItalEe Itallie Jtaly Jtalye >
Ee lie e was found t d hl hJ hicden den In the forecastle forecastleof t9recastleot
of the vessel sS lt andils n ndissaIdto t I said to have h ye been beenLEAYES beensmuggled
smuggled on board Doard by friends among the thecrew thecrew
crew
LEAVES MONEY TO CHURCH CHURCHNEW CHURCHNEW CHURCUNEW
NEW HAVEN iA VEN May 14 HMissionary Missionary so societies societies societies ¬
cieties connected connected with the be First Congre Congregational CongreI Congregattoiml ¬
gational GUtlon Church of Mliford will 111 receive r cele
I 520000 from the estate of Miss Geor Georglanna GeorlaJ1na Georgiapna
glanna laJ1na Hubbell who died In that town townMiss townlIlss townMiss
Miss church Hubbell was a member of the thechurch thechurch tilechurch
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illustration can Mr William Beuchert with his wife and family of twelve twelvechildren twelvechildren twelvechildren
children Mr Beuchert for more than twenty years has been a route salesman salesm n for forthe for forthe 4 4the
the Ohas Schneider Baking Oo and Schneiders MALT BREAD has alwaysbeen alwaysbeenhis always been beenhis beenhis
his family bread Printers ink can not picture the rosy faces of these twelve chil children oh cliiij l ld ¬
j dren d ena11 all of whom are living but their happy countenances co ntenances and sturdy bodies 1io es are arewell areWell
well 11 depicted and afford affordexcellent excellent proof of the food value of MALT BREAD BREADMALT BREADMALT BREADMALT
MALT BREAD represents baking perfectJon perfec perfectionits jonits its uniform in in quality qualityhighest qualityhighestin highest highestin ighest 1 1in
in nourishing value valueand and unquestionably the most delicious Order it for your yourtableifyou your yourtabie yourtable
tableifyou tabie table if ifyou you want bread that TASTES GOOD and DOES GOOD GOODLook GOODLook GOODLookfor
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COL RICHARD BLUE BLUEBIDS BLUEBIDS BLUEBIDS
BIDS PRESIDENT T GOODBY GOODBYColTRchard GOOD GOODBYColtlchard BY BYCol
ColTRchard Col Rlch d Blue called on the PresI PresIdent President President
dent yesterday yest rdaywlth with Representative Cur Curtis Curtis Curtis ¬
tis ofvKansas1 e ofJCans jansaS to say goodby before beforeroturnlng beforereturning beforereturning
returning returning to o Kansas KansasColonel J iansas iansasColonel ansas ansasColonel
Colonel Blue reiterated his statement statementthat statementthat
that that he was not after a t Job for him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self or anyone anote else The object of his hisvisit hisIslt hisvisit
visit Islt which was in behalf of the Chero Cherokee Cherokee Chorekee ¬
kee freedmen fre dmcn who were left off at the rolls rollshas rollshas rotishas
has been achieved to the extent that he
has learned what steps are necessary h hOcessary cessary to toforward toforward toforward
forward the claims He now returns to totake totake totake
take those steps stepsRepresentative stepsRepresentative stepsRepresentative
Representative Curtis goes himself himselfnest hlmseltn himselfnett
nest n t reek tecl
NAVAL RULES AT TRIESTE TRIESTETEMPORARILY TRIE TRIETETEMPORARILY TE TETEMPORARILY
TEMPORARILY WAIVED WAIVEDThe
The American Am zlcan squadron S < en route rout to toEuropean toEuropean t0European
European waters w ters will atop at Trieste TriesteAfter TrlesteAfter TriesteAfter
After Waiting several sevf > rnlmo months ths in vain vainfor vainfor vainfor
for an nnackn acknowledgment wledgmerit from Austria Austriaof Austriaot
of this Governments request that the thofleet thefleet thefleet
fleet bo permitted to enter entf > r that harbor harborthe harborthe harborthe
the Navy Nav Department yesterday reedy received rccllve reedyed ¬
ed e < 11J unofficial ot claI advices that the port regu regulations regulations regulations ¬
lations of Trieste forbidding the entrance entranceof entranceof
of more thAn three foreign warships warshipswould wa1l3hlp5would warshipswould
would be waived temporarily temporarilyThis temporarilyThis J JThIs
This harbor is the only only one havfng
such a a regulation The Impression Is Isgrowing Isgrowing Isgrowing
growing that some of the foreign gov governments governments goveriunenta ¬
ernments do not view with great favor
an American naval demonstration at1 at1their at J Jtheir
their front doors
Ie I I I I II C o 0 I I t I I I 0 I 0 I 0 I I I a 0 I C I + I I
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Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Strfet Stret 4
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1 I Fishermens Needs Needssortment r
The fishing is here You
season Fishermen cannot see an in as
t sortment to select from half so large as ours and nowhere are re the th
t prices as low as ours
Double Gutted Fish Hooks good goodquality goroquaUtj goodquality
quality 15c l1 c doz instead In tead of 25c 25cBest 25c 25cBc 25eBest
f + Best Bc t Quality QuaUt Fish Hooks on onbc3t onbc3tgut beat beatgut beste
e gut gut2zc 25c doz instead of 35c 35c6qt 35c6qt
6qt Expert Minnow olIn now Palls 43 43I
t I instead of SOc 50cSat Mc8tt SOcslt
+ Sat Expert Minnow Pails 35c 35cf
instead of 75c 75c10qt 75c10ct 5c 5cIGqt
+ 10qt 10ct Practical Minnow Palls Palls93c Pa1lst
f t Sac instead of 125 125Green 125Green 125t
t Green Duck Fishing Coats Nor Norfolk N Norfolk r rtolk ¬
folk style 193 instead of 25fi 25fiLarge 256Large 5r 5rt
Large Size Landing Nets 2 27
t + jointed handle We 9c instead of ofKelsc of1 of1Kelac ns nsI
+ Kelsc ISC Folding Landing La n Nets Net NetBraided NetsBraided
S19S S19SBraided SI <
Braided Cotton Lines LlnesSt S4 ft ft for for7c forc forShamrock
I 7c 70Shamrock c
Shamrock Braided Linen Li en Lines LineR2S
25 yards ards for 12c 12cFishermens 12cFishennens 12cFishermens
Fishermens Hats will fold up up19c up19c
t 19c Instead Inst ad of 25c 25cJapanese 2EcJapanese 25cJapanese
Japanese Bamboo fishing ishing Rods Rods3jolnted Rods3jolnted Rods3jointed
3jolnted and has corrugated wood woodhandle woodhandle woodlrandla
handle and nickeled reel seat seatt 73ct 73ctinstead 75c 75cinstead co coinste
instead inste d of LOO I 1
3 High Grade Grade Kelso Rods Ro s 1873 1873Instead IS7i IS7iInstead 175Instead
Instead of 2500 2500Lance 2500Lancewood 2500Lancewood
Lance Lancewood wood and Split Bamboo BambooFishing BambooFishing BambooFishing
Fishing Rod 3jointed and extra extradp extrap extratip
dp p have a cloth case 92c in instead instead instead ¬
stead of 125 125Good L25Good 125Good
Good Grade Split Bamboo Rods RodliJUS
JUS 143 Instead of 250 250Good ro roGood 59Good
Good Grade Lancewood FIshlnar FIshlnarRods Ffshl1l Ffshl1lRods PishiagRods
Rods 198 Instead of 250 250Bristol 250Bristol oro oroBristol
Bristol Steel Rods black enam enameled enamcl enamclod ¬
clod cl d 425 s instead of 500 500High 500High 500High
High Grade Black Silk Water Waterproof Waterproot Waterproof ¬
proof Lines 39c for 25 yards yardsExtra yurdsExtJlL yardsExtra
Extra Fine Italian Casting Silk SilkLines SilkLInes SilkLines
Lines 50 yards on card spool 150 150Cutty 1511Cutt 150Cuttyhunic
Cutty Cutt Cuttyhunic hunk Linen Line 50 yard yardon yardson arkt arkton
on a l spool 29c 29cColumbia 290Columbia
Columbia Colum bla Highest Quality En Enamel Enamel Eu Euamel ¬
amel Finish Braided Silk Lines im impounds 35 35pounds 35pounds ¬
I pounds test 25 yards for 100 100Kelso 100Kelso 100Kelso
Kelso Enameled Silk SflkLines Lines 25 25yards 25yar 25yards
yards yar sn snThe lfS lfSThe 1 1The
The Featherllght Fishing FishinsReels FishingReels FishingReels
Reels removable spool back slid sliding sliding obdIng ¬
ing click nickeled plates 139 in instead mstead instead ¬
stead of 150 150The 150The 150The
The Lightweight Fishing Reels Reelsnickeled Reelsnickeled Reelsnickeled
nickeled plates light and strong
139 instead of 150 1502he 150heSla1dard 150te
2he heSla1dard te Standard Shakespeare Reels Reelslrd R els elsl
lrd l d rubber rubb r heads fine running runningquadruple runnIngQuadruple runningquadruple
quadruple mounted mou tel on accurately accuratelyturned accurotelyturned accuratelyturned
turned metal plates finest steel steelpinions steelpInions steelpinions
pinions 500 Instead o of 600 600The 600The 6OOThe
The Shakespeare Service Reel Reelhandsomely Redhandsomely Reelhandsomely
handsomely finished has adjust adjustable adjustable adjustable ¬
able click and drag 300 Instead of ofJ350 o op50 ofShakespeare
J350 J350Shakespeare p50Shakespeare
Shakespeare Level Winding Reol Reolautomatically R Re1nuitomaticaIly l la
automatically a spreads the line oa oaspool oaspool
spool hand handmade made and guaranteed guaranteedby guarante guaranteedby d dby
by Mr Shakespeare to be the fin finest finest finest ¬
est reel possible S ble to produce 1 13 13i0 13i0idstead ro roInstead > 0 0instead
instead of 1503 1503Nickel 150 150Nickel 1i01NiCkel
Nickel IJiteu Double Multiply Multiplying MultiplyIng Multiplying ¬
ing ReeL wit bone handle has hasclick hascl1clc hasclick
click and drag will 1U hold 60 yards yardsof yardsot yardsof
of line 45c 45 < i std st t of COo
Same as above except will hold f
100 109 lOOyards ys ysQuadruple yards or line 750 pO Instead at ofQuAdruple I
oo ooQudruPle
Quadruple Multiplying Reel R F wH l
hold SO to 100 yards of Hnev9Sc line 9Sc
instead of n25 n25lartJns 125 125Martins 125Mrt1
Martins Mrt1 s Automatic AntomatlcReets Reels 575 375 sT
instead of 600 600Julius GOOJulius 600Julius I
Julius von von vo Hofe H fe and H S Leon Leonard Ieouard Leonitrd ¬
ard Reels 4375 375 instead of 350 50 an and ilnclHen and6O l
600 600Hendryx 6O
Hen Hendryx ryx and Julius Ju us von Rote HofeReels r rReels
Reels Reels300 S300 instead of LOO lOOp 450and 450 450ana 450and
and 500 500Hendryx 500 500Hendryx 500Hendryx f
Hendryx and Julius 311 1UI on onJ n i flte Afe Afeand
J Ree Reels 225 25 instead ot 300 350 350nnd375
and nnd375 375 375Spoon 3175Spoon r
Spoon Bait equipped with bsl bestbratis bslbra bsLOat5 i
bratis bra Oat5 swivel and brass blade bladenickeled blad bladnickeled bladenickeled
nickeled Cc c Instead of lOc lOcPhantom lOePhantom lOcPhantom
Phantom Minnows MlnnowsI1kde made of ofwaterproof orwaterproof ofwaterproof
waterproof silk 20c instead of orRubber ii iiRubber 25 25jtubber
Rubber Casting Minnow ISo 19 < In Instead Inst instead ¬
stead st ud of 25c 25cBrass 25cBrass 25cBrass
Brass Files 2c 2clnsteatl instead of lOc lOcAsate IO IOAgat lOdAgate
Agate Tips Tii f anU fu1 nC I Guides G d Sa 45c 45 < in instead Instead irssteadof9c ¬
stead steadof9c steadof9cDouble of o oDou1l1e 5 c cDouble
Double Gutted Leaders Leadersr3 Z ft ft 4c 4cTriple 4cTrIple 4cTriple
Triple Gutted G tted Leaders 3 ft 12c 12cWire icWire c cW
Wire W re Leaders Lea Leaders ers 3 ft ISc IScWire 18c lEcWire f fWIre
Wire Leaders Leaders 6 ft 29c 29cLead 29cLead I ILead
Lead Drop Sinker Kc 12clb 12clbCanvas Ib IbCanvas lbCanvas
Canvas Bound Fly Books 45cBrL5s 45cBrass 45c 45cBrass
Brass Ringed Lead Sinkers 3 3for 2for I t
for ic icChain IcChain
Chain Fish Stringers 14c Instead Insteadof lristcudot iOsteudof19c
of of19c of19cQuai 19c 19cQuaker 19cQ t
Quaker Q Quai < er City Fls Fish i Stringers ISo IScinstead 150Instead ISoinstead
instead of at2 ISo 25cHood ISoHood
Hood Nets for forFfshermen Fishermen Thheruncn1 39c In Instead Instead instead ¬
stead or orRefrlgerntor 50cl 50clRofrlgerator SOc SOcRefrigerator
Refrigerator Baskets metal metolllnetj metulined metallined I
lined 325 Instead in tead ofLOO of LOO LOOI
I Refrigerator Baskets zinc lined
375 instead of 450Trout 450 450Trout 450Trout
Trout Baskets SSc L23 and L5J L5JFrog 15 15Frog
Frog Spears 14c instead of 25c 25cAluminum 25cAluminum 250Aluminum i
Aluminum Leader Boxes 19c In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of 25c 25cBait 25cBaIt 250Bait
Bait Boxes 7c c Instead of 15c 15cCollapsing 15cCOlhpslng ISoCollapsing
Collapsing Drinking Cups ISc In Instead Instead Instead ¬
stead of 25c 25cTackle 25 25Tackle 25eTackle <
Tackle Boxes slightly scratched scratched50c s scratcudsOq atcn d droc
roc sOq Instead of S9cand 89c and 1O0 1O0Pocket 100 100Pocket 100Pockt
Pocket Pockt FIsh Scalea ac caIes i s 45cl 45clCork 45dCork i iCork
Cork Floats 4e 5c 5 < 6c and 7c 7cFurnished 7cFurnished 7cFurnished
Furnished Lines equipped with withbest withbest ith ithbest
best Fancy Flnc English Floats bilk illklines bilklines lik liklines
lines good gutted hooks 23c in instead Instead instead ¬
stead of 39c 39cBucket 39cBucket 39cBucket
Bucket Minnow Nets on n wire wirehandles wirehandles wirehandles
handles ISo Instead of 25c 25cMinnow 25cJ 250Minnow
Minnow J Seines fully equipped equipped4x439c equipped4x439c +
4x439c 4x439c6x4 4x439cGX44So
6x4 6x44Sc 6x44Sc8x4GGc GX44So8x46Cc JSc JSc8x46Gc
8x46Gc 8x46Gc10X4 8x4GGct 8x46Cc10x479e t
10X4 10x479e 10x479e12x4SOc t 79c 79c12x4
12x4 12x4SOc 12x4SOc15x4125 SOc SOc15x4125
15x4125 15x412520x1 15xtI25Z1xISUiO 15x4125Zxi150
20x1 Z1xISUiO Z1xISUiO25x4 Zxi15025x42OO L 0 025x4200
25x4200 25x420030x45250 25x4 25x42OO3Ox425O OO l l3Ox4
30x45250 3Ox4 5Q
Serges Seres Are in Demand DemandWe
We have a stock that Is considerably larger than you ou will find findin findin
in any two stores Our prices start at 750 from that up to
2500
For 1250 1250We
We show Single ingle and Double Breasted Serges including the theRoyal theRoyal theRoyal
Royal Blue Serge These we feel safe in asking you to compare comparewith comparewith comparewith
with any 1500 Suit SuitFor SuitFor SuitFor
For 1500 1500We
We show a stock ofvBiue of Blue and Black Serges in Single and andFor andDouble andDouble
Double Breasted in absolutely true color Made well fit guar guaran guaranteed n nteed
teed
For 52000 52000e 2000 2000We >
We We e show you as good a quality of Blue and Black Serges Sergesthat Sergesthat Sergesthat
that the other stores charge you 2500 for and that is their theirworth theirworth theirworth
worth no less We handle such a quantity of Serges we ve buy buythem buythem buythem
them direct from the mills which means a saving for you and us usYour usY usYour
Your Y o r tailor could not make you a better fitting Suit Single or orDouble orDouble orDouble
Double Breasted for you to select s l ct from They are skeleton lined linedcool 1inedcool linedcool
cool and comfortable for warm weather wear wearMens tvear tvearMens
f
Mens Straw Hats HatsWorth g gWorth
1 6 5
Worth 250 250Special 250SpecialIt Special SpecialIt
It is the Split Straw Yacht YachfHat YachtfHat Hut already acknowledged the fa favorite favorite favorite ¬
vorite hat of the season A shapely hat Again to show our su supremacy supremacy supremacy ¬
premacy in the Hat line do we e sell these for 165 instead ir1 tad of
250 250C
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