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8 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1920.
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I PROVES W1WNER
Chicago Makes It Three Out
1 of Five From Boston
I I NATIONAL LEAGUE"
Cincinnati 46 35 .568 1
Pittsburg 40 39 506
1 St. Louis 4- -13 494,
rhlcago 43 45 4S9 '
I New' York 40 42 ,4SS
1 Boston 33 42 440,
Philadelphia . . 33 Ifi
YESTERDAY S RESULTS.
At Pittsburg New York 5, Pltts
H burg -'
At Chicago Boston 4. Chicago 9.
At Cincinnati Brooklyn 3. Cincin
N'o other game scheduled.
PHILADELPHIA, Julv 21. Slslcr s
I homo run drive over the right field
wall in tiie eighth won for St. Louw
I yesterday, 6 to 4 Jarobson s home
run with two on bases In the sixth
put St Louis ahead, but Dugan
I triple, sandwiched bctwei I: gles b)
I Welch and Perkins t.ed thr score (n
I the latter half of the inning.
Score. H E.
I St. Louis -' 10 1
Philadelphia 412 0
CINCINNATI . Jil 21 Brook -
I lyn won the Odd name- of lh. series
I from Cincinnati yesterda) 1 to - The
I fielding of Duncan tor the Rede
I a. feature.
pjH Score R II. E
I Brooklyn ... 890
I Cincinnati - 9 0
PITTSBURG. Julv 21 - New Tort
H defeated Pittsburg yesterday, t.
H The visitors bunched hits with the
mlsplays of Whlttcd and Grimm,
I while Nehf held the locals to two ,
I nits up to ino ninm niniiii;. nruou a.
single a triple and an out at first
scored their two runs.
Score: P- H E
New York " 8 0
Pittsburg .2 4 2
CHICAGO, July 21. -Chicago made
It three out of five from Boston yes
terday by bunching hits and winning
the final came of the series, 9 to 4.
Hendrbc replaced Carter in the first
Inning after the visitors had bad- 1
in three runs
Score. R H E
Boston 4 9 2
Chicago 9 15 1
I CHESS CHAMPION".
ATLANTIC CITT, N J-. July 2f
Frank J Marshall of New York
United States champion, won the mas
ters' chess championship here yester
day by defeating George G Neldli h
of Cornell university, in the final
round. Charles Jaffe, of New York,
who played a draw with S. T. Sharp
of Washington, w as second E :
Jackson of Philadelphia, and S M.
Lotkowskl of Los Angeles, tied for
third as a result of Jacks.. u s .': ( it
of Mr. Lotkowskl
LOS ANGELES. July 21. Pasa
dena, Cal., has been awarded the
Amntcur Athletic Union's 1920 cham
pionship track i.nd flehl meet, ac
cording to a telegram received here
from Robert s Weaver president of
the Southern California branch of the
A A. U.t now In New York.
BEGINSAT 1 030
The regular Wasatch league game
between Honeyvllle and Ogden, .sched-u..-d
i. ir I'loni'f r PayJulv 24th. will
be staged at Lorln FaTr park to start
at 10 :?o a. m sharp.
This has been arranged by the man
agement on account of various events
to be held in the close vicinity In the
afternoon and It will permit the play
er? to participate. In name should they
desire, and also permit the "fans'" to
have the afternoon to take In such of
the outside events as thev may elect.
This morning playing may prove, a
good innovation during the present
hot spell and the management would
appreciate the expression of the "fans"
Ali reference to the same by their ct-tc-ndance
Rooster tags will be accepted for ad
mission at this game and future game
announcements will also carr the In
formation In reference to these tags.
The line-up of the teams will be an
nounced later and it will be the inten
tion of each team to put Its strongest
line-Up In the field.
N.'A ZEALAND TEAM.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand, July
21. New Zealand's Olympic games
'team will include B Hadfield, sculler,
who has won the Diamond Sculls at
Henley and E Davidson, sprinter, who
according to local records, has four
times beaten 10 seconds in the 100
Other New Zealand athletes going
to Antwerp will be Miss Waldrond,
holder of the New Zealand women's
100 yard swimming record, and E.
Wilson, hurdler. Wilson holds the
local 440 yard and 120 vard hurdle
marks. Ills 120 yards time Is better
than 16 seconds.
i ' n.i " K 1 i.N A , July 21 Sonic Idea
of what the Spanish athletes who are
to take part in the Olympic games at
Antwerp can accomplish in the va
rious sports was obtained at the ath-,
It tic meet held here recentlv under
the- auspices of the technical commit-1
tee of th Spanish Olympic games
commission Many of the best ath-'
letes of the country competed and j
line wiiiner;i pirioi nuuivn n. i.
200 metres run Hernandez Coro-'
nado. 23 2-5 seconds.
I 5000 metre run Pons. 17 m!n.
IS 4-5 seconds.
Weight putting Nln, 10 metres 97
Running broad Jump Caaas. 5 me
tres 9 4 centimetres.
Javelin throwing Nln. 32 metres 45
100 metres dash Cases, 11 seconds.'
800 metres run Grasset, 2 minutes
400 metres run Lorenzana. 63 sec
lends Throwing the discus Nln. 28 me
tres 32 centimetres.
I 100 metres hurdles Coronado, 19 j
Running high Jump Urquljo. 1 me
tre 60 centimetres
PARIS. Jub -1- French trainers at
,the Joinville school for soldier athletes
, claim to have discovered one of the
greatest runners of all tiir.e3 In the
! person of o.ic Adbadahlne, a sergeant
in an Algerian colored company This
jArab, who three months ago knew
absolutely nothing about running, ha-s
I been turning in 5 1 se conds for the 400
metres quite regularly. The "Black
Hope' , ojs the French cail him, run
ning alona and unoaced negotiated the
800 metres In 1 54 flat. He Is entered
at Antwerp In the 4 00 and 800 metres
races He runs with an cae and free
'motion and greatly resembles the
pr. it Tom Longboat.
I WEE SEE SAYS- WWl
On hla eye there was a shiner - gLBw 1
And a lump was on his head vr J
, But you're vronc, he was no , v3y' :
Just an umpiro, friend, Instead. r --aW
I America has one big chest.
It's filled with golden mon.
Foreign champs come and go,
And get It by the ion.
No sooner had the Gorgeous Georges
Packed and sailed away,
Than lo! behold we have with us
Those golfers, Vard and Ray.
GVorges made his awfully ea.y.
He never had one row ,
After he'd paid the war tax,
Ij left one hundred thou'.
But golfing doesn't pay so well.
This game t he pi .y with pucks
Alt 1 ' 1 M Ti. n .. A
IJ 1 1 . . i i rtl.'a . im- k i . i ' i . ' i
Is forty thousand bucks.
America is alwaye willing to pay for1
a good show, hut sometimes thc
aren't even mediocre.
During the last 'year the U. S. A
has been host to champions from most
eery where. The boxers haven't stood
up so very long
Jimmy "Wll.le was one champion
who earned his money, and his title
Is Just about as good as it was when
he brought it over.
The monies and an extensive exhibi
tion tour let Oarpentler out with over
$100,000 after he'd paid the war lax
Vordon and Ray, England s golf ce
lebrities, are the next Invaders The
1 ave been guaranteed $40,000. Thev
v MI be bus from the time they land
until next September.
They'll earn every penn) thev make
too, It la believed. ardon "ind Ray
two Of th.- best golfers that ever
raced British links. American play
i r:. .an learn much from th British
The will receive $200 for every
match and they expect to take part
In -00 each.
arrlon visiter! this country In 1910
and Ray in 1913 Ray s tour was thp
more spectacular, since It brought out)
I that great star, Francis Uulmet
The Britons will play In but one j
i championship match the National'
i open, at Toledo, oer the Inverness
, links, In August.
Jim Barnes and Walter Hagen will
I clash with the Invaders on two occa
f'.ii. one foursome being slated for
1" 'I. :.. ,v Jersey, on August 1. Tht
other test will bo at. Toledo
American golfers ore looking for
ward to a great revival In golf by the
stimulant which tho foreigner will
I SKIN ERUPTIONS CAUSE
Disease Germs Must Be Eliminated
j From tho Blood.
H When your skin disease reaches it
i worst stage and the fiery burning
I causes you to scratch and scratch in an
H effort to obtain relief, there is many a
sleepless night In store for you.
I It is nothing more than folly to ex
H pect to be cured by the use of local
treatment, Buch as ointments, salves,
lotions, etc Such remedies may af
I ford some temporary relief, but you
want more than relief; you want a
remedy that will rid you forever of the
j Eczema, tetter, boils, pimples, ul
.1 cers, Irritations and scalp eruptions.
I ! as well as all other forma of skin dh-
I eases, come from a disordered condl
tion of the blood. They must be cured
! through the blood, and this explains
I why local treatment falls so abso
Tho radical and rational treatment
Is to take a thorough course of S. S. S..
tho purely vegetable blood remedy,
which (horoughly cleanses the blood
of ever particle of impurity A few
bottles of S S. S. will rout out the dis
lease germs from your blood. our com
plexion w ill begin to clear up and ou
i will soon be rid of the disease as thou
sands of others Lave.
Get a bottle at the drug store today,
writo to our head physician, who will
gladly give you full medical advice
without, charge. Address Medical Di
rector. 612 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta,
Here's Real Example 01 "iy Big
Brother Sylves" Ik Big Leagues
By DEAN' SNYDER
' You know my blK brother, Sylves
Well, he ''
Yeah! But you ought to see some
of the kid brothers kicking up thch
heels In the big orchards, too.
That's the combination when the
N'ats and Indians play The O'Ne.lls.
Steve and Jimmy, hook up aga.nst
each other on these occasions that
I, they are on opposite roster.
II N D Ol t M l
In reality accidents have kept them
from actually playing against one an
other so far this season. Jimmy was
on the hospital list both times the In
dians visited Washington and when
the Nats came to Cleveland Steve was
at Minooka bcmise of his wife's ser
You'll remember hack in 1916 th.
ease of Harry and Stanley Coveleskie
They wen- on opposing teams Siiin
refused to piuh against his brother
Well, the O'Neill brothers do not
carry that feeling nnl will pla
against each either if accidents do not
continue to bob up during the list
half of the season
Steve has been with Cleveland since
1912 and Jlmmv Just came up to the
i big show last fall.
LIKE DIFFER EN r
Thc family resemblance stroriT
I enough that most any one would pick
them for brothers.
The Mlnonka, Pa., brothers hold the
bat tho same way. Each takes his
grip down near the knob Thev re
both hitting over .300. Line drives
feature most of their woodwork
Rut the resemblance ends at that.
Steve Is a catcher, an unusuall H-v
runner, his legs are big and stocky
It would bo about on ven bet if Ti n. ';
Hannah, the Y.mkees" slow-foot Cat) Mr
er, and Steve were to pair off in the
Jimmy is c. shortstop. He is as fleet
as a rabbit. His body Is t.im and
agile. He covers a lot of ground mo
can scoop up the ball on tho dead i
The baby of the MinooK.i family
i has been going to school a lot In oase
bnll evi ;i though he onlv hit the big
tent last fall Jimmy has been a pro
fessional since 1014
I Other llg brother and little brother
combination In the majors are Car
lson Rlgbeo of the pirates and Lyle
I Bigbce of the Athletic.
Then there's the famous Johnston
brothers. James Harie at Brooklyn
and Wheeler "Doc" of the Cleveland
Indians. Rut these are In different
circuits and there is little cha'ioe oi
them playing against each other like
s wni.or mr.
In Cleveland there arc a cou;.! of
brothers playing on the sandldtq who '
leok so much alike that en" can be I
CARPENTIERS RETURN TO
AWAIT ARRIVAL OF STORK
NEW YORK. "Georpcous Georges" Carpontu., European heavy
v. ' icdit champion, and Mine Carpentier sail for home on the S. S.
Lorraine so th,e heir iho are expecting will ! born on French soil
Carpentier says he will return hen- to fight Jack Dempsey, world
BEES LOSE TO
Salt Lake Still Has Slight Lead!
Over Vernon and Tops
Standing of T-umM
W. L. Pet .
9alt Lake 62 42 .696
I Vernon 63 46 .577
!Los Angeles 57 48 .643
j 6an Francisco 53 51 610
Portland 4 6 hi 4",o
Seattle . . 6 68 .442
Oakland 47 61 435
Sacramento . 46 60 434
Yesterda) 's Results
Tt Salt Lake Seattlo 10, Salt Lake
At Los Angeles Los Angelesl, Ver
At Sacramento First game Port
landO. fia. nmc-nto o
At San Francisco San Francisco 2.
SALT I.AKE: July 21. Salt Lake
lost cterday to Seattle by the score
of 10 to 4, the Ranters administering
a severe trouncing to the Bees. Gard
ner and Kenworthy of the Seattle
te.m, wore stars of the day. Gardner
pitched wonderful ball, and Ken
worthy hit the offerings of Salt Lake
slah artists with apparent case.
R. H. E.
Salt Lake i 10 2
1 Seattle .. .. s 10 16 2
LOS ANGELES, Cal., July 20 Bor-j
'ton's home run wlih a runner on base j
j In the third inning won today's game
for the Tigers from the Angels by a
score of 3 to 1
Before the game began Vernon rais
ed two flags, one the Coast league
pennant and the other the minor'
league champlonschlp pennant, which!
she won last season. The members
of tho club were presented with gold
medals by President McCarthy of the
R, H E
Los Angeles 1 6 2
Vernon 3 5 1
SACRAMENTO. Cal. July 20
Sacranvnto opened tho series today
by defeating Portland, 2 to 0 and 6 to
0, In a double-header.
Flttery ami Penner received excel
lent support and had little difficulty
j in blakln- McCredje'a men In both
Compton drove a homer to the left:
field fence In the first contest
R. H E i
'Portland 0 8 3
I Sacramento 6 S 2!
I SAN FRANCISCO July 20 Oak-
land w...n the first game of the series;
: today, 6 to 2.
Couch was removed at the end of 1
I the sixth Inning after allowing four'
I hits and three runsT
The Seal" had ac banco to w-(n in!
the eighth when they landed on Hoi-'
substituted for the other and gel
ava with it. '
There are the Schardt boys. Bill
and Carl. They ale pitchers. If one
of them gets wobbly In tho box the
manager can slip the fre.shor twlrler
in for a few lnningri while his brother
Krother s'uff In baseball Is an In
tereftfng thing It gie;. the fans
something to tjlk about and affords
an Intimate baslfl of comparison
Tho present example of the 1 I'Nollls,
Blgbees an.l Johnstons shows there Is
something to the old story about the
k!d brother who attains the heights
of his big brother "Sylves," the rx
nlted one. he used to brag about with
so much enthusiasm
RED LANCELOT WINS
RACE AT KALAMAZOO
KALAMAZOO. Ml.h July 20
For the third consecutive time in as
many weeks. Charlie Valentine pilot
ed Red Lancelot lo victory over the
s.ake pacers. He was winner this
afternoon In the 2:09 park American
event, taking the 'lrt and third heits,
but losing the second id Symbol S.
Forrest It was the first heat in
Which the Valentine mount has failed
to finish In front
Pop" Geors had a good day, win
ning two events handily He upset
th talent by taking the 2:16 trot In
s might heats with Herb.dyn there
by decisively defeating Norman Dil
lon, the favorite He also won the
I 08 trot with Peter June
Tho 07 pace was won by Princess
. Mary, driven by Fleming She fin
ished sixth In the first heat and then
came along and took the next two
The crowd was large and the track
0 SLTS ( MUD'S
Kl CORD I OR 1:1 i n 15
ROCKVILLE, Ontario Lady Waldo
of Slvla. two-year-old Prleslan heifer
belonging 10 A. C Hardy who broke
the world's record for butler produc
tion, is on a second "race" now In 150
days fhe has produced 1 1.257 pounds
f milk whl.-h made 317 pounds of
butter. It's a world's record
YES, EB'S GOOD
TOLEDO. Kb Schultr southpaw,
whom Manager Lresnahan released to
Milwaukee, recently jumped io the
Evelp, Minn, club end pitched 13 in
nings without allowing a nil.
MAYOR CUTS IN
LOUISVILLE-Kentucky ha a box
ing law all right but it doesn't mean
much to Louisville promoters Mayor
1 Smith would impose a fee of $500 for
each bout, plus a 5 per cent tax.
WEA1 FR REPORTS.
KANSAS CITY, JuU 21. Harr
Weaver) a pltrher obtained from Oak
land of tho Pacific Coast league, re
ported to the local Association club
ling for four hits, but tho rally was
of short duration
Score ; 1
R. H. E. !
San Francisco 2 9 1 I
Oakland 6 6 2 1
ANTWERP. July 21 American
trapshootera have arrived at Antwerp
fresh from victory In tho International
match at Hendon. England, anel ar?
Confident of winning both team and
individual eents In the Olympic clay
pigeon shooting. Tho American run
ning stag and pistol shooting teams
have also arrived Ttu- rifle team ia
training at tho Coblenz army innge
The trap shooters finished an easy
first at Hendon. breaking 113 out of a
possible 120 targets In the team materi
ami winning flve first places In the
Individual events. Frank Troeh made
a perfect hundred score.
Th English team, which finished
second at Hendon. will also compote
In the Olympic matches, together with
team from eight other countries.
Sweden. Norway. Canada Belgium,
lenmark, Finland, France and Hol
land The shooting events will begin
t sn; l.i IN OLYMPH S.
SYDNEY, Australia. July 21
Champions In five sports, swimming,
tennis cycling, distance walking anel
I sprints, win lepn-sent Australia at the
I ntWejrp Olympic games.
Mia.; Fanny Duiaedt. noted Austra
lian swimmer, will not bo on the
I'dymj ic games team Illness has made
it impossible for her to go to Antwerp
I Six other swimmers, however, are go
ing. Ti:rv a:e Miss Lilly Beaurcpnlic.
I Frank B.-aurepalre, chmnplon of Vic
toria, Ivan Stedman Ke'th Kirk land,
II Hay and S Herald
Two blcjcle riders. Gerald ialpln
and J King, will enter at Antwerp
Hblptn holds the commonwealth half
I mile record and King the 10 mile
1 liamp'on.shlp. ,
Australia's sprint representative
will l.e W W. Hunt, vvbo holds a mark
of. 10 s. ..n.ls in the 100-yard datih
and 22 2-5 for 220 vards The dis
tance walker will be G R Parker,
who has set marks In the one and
three mile events, the latter In J. min
utes and 45 4-5 seconds.
R. V Thomas, co-champion of P
O'Haro ood In tho world's doubles
championship, will represent Austra
lia i ii-nnis wiin e.icraiej faiterson,
the commonwealth's Davla cup. defender.
PI re hi us SIGNED.
f'HiCAGu J.h :i Two pitehers
were .signed yesterday by the Chicago
Nationals. They are Jor Ja-g?r an
overseas vc'.eran who has been play
ing with th Fort Sheridan team, and
I Percv Junes of the Eastland club or
the West Texas league. Mr. Jaeger
is from St Cloud. Minn. He will re
port at once. Jones will report at the
close of the West Texas league season
WOMAN en lt(.i P
W ITH MOON SHINING
! AKRON Mrs. Anna Marlon has the
'distinction of being the first woman
' here to he charged as a moonshine,
I The police say she had two big stills,
worth $2S0J and capable of producing
100 gallons of liquor a day. operating
I In her house.
HUG WAS RIGHT
, NEW YORK The Knights of On
jlunibus helped Mill, r Hugglns1 propfa
jccy come true when they gae Babe
iRuth a cluster of sparkb rs Hug one
fold Babe: "Stick to me nud you'll1
(wear diamonds, kid "
VERNON. The Vernon club in the'
Pacific CoaFt league boasts oi having
j the cream pitching staff Everyone of;
I the hieh powered six has had major
1 league experience.
M SPORT I IXTl RE
PHILADELPHIA The triumph of'
Princeton over Oxford athletes in diml
track games has launched what s I
likel to develop Into a earlv Inter!
national college meet. I
New York and Chicago Divide
D.oubleheader; Series I
AMERICAN LEAGUE 1
w. L. Pel B
Cleveland S3 .671 W
New VoO: S8 32 645 L
Washington 89 Al .1S1 US
.Chicago . 52 24 .G05 WM
st. ixuis 42 43 .49 ym
Boston 38 44 .463 lm
l letroll ...... .20 53 S 1
Ph ladelphia 21 64 .273 H
At New York i Klrst game Chica- H
I go T. New Yorlt 5 (Second game! 'H
Chicago . New York d iW
I Vt Philadelphia St. Louis 5. PhHa- ijM
At Wsshingtqfn First game) De- IH
troll 7 -i!-hini--;on . fif'e.'n InningN. laH
' S nd go .io-' i lei run : v. ashlgton 1. i . '
At Boston Cleveland 0. Boston 8; I
eleven Innli I
BOSTON July 20 Clev eland de
featrd Boston 'J to 8 In eleven Innlng-j
I i i hard in j
fir ' (hrei innings when 1 leveland w
I'll. . nil i - .- i run lead Ku: p i r li - JBli'
. .i exceptionally well bul weakened In ifk,
the eleventh. when Jamieson end H&l
Chapman Bln$led In succession, Th
followed a poor throw by Walters and BKt
j Wamhsganv.V sacrifice fly.
I Cleveland used four pitchers and vin
none proved effective. Boston's errors IIsb
I B. H. E. H
Cleveland 9 14 0 fH
'Boston 8 15 5 IH
NpV YORK Julj -'" Bj dividing 1 1 1
I today! double-header, New York won LHn
.the series from Chicago four gitfrn-s HRSc
, to two. The visitors won the first R
.game 7 to n bv a ninth limine rall B&Zv
.scoring four runs after two vvere out. iBi
I New York took the seconel contest lEtti
6 to 3 as a result of Moprldge s steady Hml
pitching and timely hitting by bis flSrl
j teammates Ruth hit his thirlv-second BlBi''
.home run of the season In the first LV?Hef
giro-. th- ball going over the right B
field stand. rag!
n. n i. ti '
''In. ago 7 11 Jk
i New ork 5 10 2 ml
Chicago i io 0 Hi
New York 6 11 flk
WASH 7 "N. July 20 Del ro t ,
won foii of Its games i h - i. W
Ington by taking both games of a MK3tS
double header todav, 7 to 6 and 2 to I. BlSS
The first game- was won by the visitors
in the fifteenth Inning when Bush hit fiftlliiii
safely and scored from first on Hale's Viuffi;
Texas leaguer single to center Tho Sifil
eeond game was a pitcher's battle be- vi&l
Itween Phrnke and Shaw. n
Washington 6 14 3 BbkI
Second game: mIm
Washington .. 0 H
' PKI.U is DOM
BROOKLYN Howard Drew, the f r
former great colored runner, is lftFI
through. He tried to come back, but I rK?
the years have tak"n the spring from tBJ
his wonderful set of less Vrt
OWNERS n li ltW3
. NKW VOltK Sir Thomas Lir.ton I i-
will watch .the America's cup races LrlHrl
from the yacht lctolla while Com-
modore J P Morgan, chief of the syn- stS"
dleate back of the Resolute, will be BnK 1 h
aboard the Corsair T"
Why pass Babo Ruth to get Bob
That is the way the heav hitters
of the Yankees come on the batting
order. If It vvere not for Meusel's
great hitting power the Babe would
be walking most of the das
But passing Ruth to take a chance
at the big Pacific coaster Is Just like
the combination Hughey Jennings
used to have in Ty Cobb followed on
the list by tho great WahooV Sam
Crawford, the prolific as well as terri
fic clouter I
Everj pitcher who serves them up jm.
to the Yanks works under this dls- HBB
advantage Lhmke tried, the ' pass LBBLl
Babe ' stuff to get Mcusel recentl Hl9
twice in the same game. His bit of BhI
strategy netted Bob Just two clean fcWjl
doubles. J H
When a pitcher realizes that he has BslTw
got to gel ready every few innings Br3t1'i'
to pitch to this Yank pair, with Ping Iv1'
Pong Bodle looming up In the offing f
well, no wonder It Is tough going t
PIONEER DAY CELEBRATION : .
Lagoon Race Track Saturday, July 24 2:30 Sharp I
fq Death-defying Airplane Stunts Wing-walking Stunt Flying I
1 5 CHAMPIONSHIP MOTORCYCLE RACES 1
World's Greatest Riders
1 CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING MATCH $
Jack Harbertson vs. K. 0. RomonofS
I Ogden New York
Battle Royal Men's-Kids'-Women's Races I M!
'$H General Admission $1 Grandstand $2 Hi K
Tickets on Sale at DeWit Ci rjeir Store and Hemenway & Moser Cigar Store f
i .J - . - . I . .