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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1918,
MR II V If II II IM 1AJ I 1M
Would Practically Clinch
Pennant for Yankee Team
Rumor Has It That Local American Leaguers Are to Trade an
Infielder. an Outfielder and a
Rl ttnsman IJulgcr.
Hi:ilK m .1 iri-f.) wi'H rlrctiUtPil
riimur nflout ilift thn Yanks
iin- nf ir .Hid nlthln a few
weeks may securi- thn crvli't's of Hllm
Bailee, Mar pitcher of llio Cardinals.
On thci tun- ot It tin- kohsIp 1o'K not
Hound (rood, fHpecl.illy In view of the
fact Hint It will lii' iioccFfiary for
every flub In tho National I.cukuc to
walv claim, or rIvp consent, before
nucli an Inipni-tant move can lie made.
It t.i also of common knowledge thut
John .McOraw would turn looso a
pretty Rood wad of money rlulit now
to rct tlilii Kcnualtonal though erratic
As tho rumor went around Inst
night tho Yanks were to turn looso Hn
Infielder, an oiitfii-lilcr and a utility
man in tvtchatiiro for Sallw.
Whether It o-.i through or not the
rumor is intrictttinK hciMtiso tho ae
qulsllloii of Halite would como protty
near meaning an American Ilruq
pennant for New York,
Two days of rain hat not been
altogether unwelcome to the
Qiants. The bad weather has
caught them in a bad slump, and
the vacation may be the check
inn of a serious slide from the top
of the ladder. Tho Pirates aro
not rated as a strong, club, but
any club is strong when the
Giants are going bad, and it it
weak when the New Yorkers are
The halting of the (jiants has also
that foolish. et
wucn n mnurr niiyia I
of foreiun-Ktown to- ,
birco, lie piN mrr la
inn oi me o or ooran
freight and import I
rnu.c tl,-y male tho
nuioi me s ror ooran 1
I-V tliftkf till,
riinrettc no butter. .
irettc no better,
Piedmont tmv no
Hut Piedmont tuy no j
i bvrue iliey re
n y irnea for qiisltf. i
'I haf hy l'lriliii.,nt
curi and ilo Kite you
TM CKAJUTTt 0 OjUAUTV.
Ok i j.
iTbe 5urorise Stm
Mi. i I
a. II I I f 1
arsum Ml l l
4 ! fe
Kll. I M ft I I U 1 1 I M I
Utility Man for Star Pitcher of
nffected tho IXidRers, "Hobble's" mnn
have been Mopped rlwht In the height
of their climb and the chance of pull
Itii? nway from tho field has been
"All that I ask," ttald Hobble last
nljrht, "is that Dell and l'fcffcr keep
In their utrldo and thore will be noth
ing to It. Tho rest of tity club can be
counted upon to deliver the Koods any
tlmo they start."
Davy Robertson has recovered
from the sprnlnetl ankl" that held lilra
back for nearly a week and the
chances aro that h.wlll return to the
line-up as soon as tho weather frets
Koort enouch for a iramo. Eddie
ltousch hits well enough, but his in
experlenco In base running has been
expensive. Onco ho Bota the bin
I league, angle, though, Kddlo ought to
bo a star of the magnitude of Bchulte,
Carey cr Magee.
Darkness ended tho (tamo at Clcve-
I laud between the Senators and tho
inmans in mo iourieenin iiuuiik. u
to S, Tho Senators' scoring was con
fined to tho first Inning, while tho
Indians, fifter u hard up-hill battle,
succeeded In tying things up In tho
ninth by driving Harper from the
box nnd chasing throo runs over tho
plu to. Hay Chapman made his first
nppearanco In tho Cleveland lino-up
since ho sprained his anklo April 27.
"Charllo Wceghman of the Cubs
will arrive, here to-day," says Jim
Ollmorp, President of the defunct Fed
eral League. "Ily tho way, I under
stand ho contemplates some sort of
gigantic trade or purchase. No, I am
not nt liberty to say whether or not
New York will tlguro In tho transac
tion. Hut I will ay that It Weegh
mau Is successful In his designs ono
of the biggest tricks of the year will
Joo Tinker, manager of the Chicago
Nationals, signed Otto Knabc, the
M-rond baseman who onco starred
With the Philadelphia Nationals.
Knnbe was a free agent, having been
L-lvi'ii his unconditional release bv tho
( tsburgll C Ub only a fow days ago.
I'ielder .Tones, manager of the
Drowns, was not lu-arlhrokcii over
Drowns, was n
)niikn lit .St U
stponement with tho
I ilim.-i III .11 1.UIIIB, Ill'l I .Tiiuiiru -a
' ....I.. It U V. . I n .
uis outllelil wn:
innil Arni.ind 7
Ills outfield was under tho weather
and Armand Marsans, tho Cuban
suburban plrket, has boon suspended
threo days for harsh words to Urn-
I'lro '-vans Wednesday
CHAMPION ALEX SMITH'S
NEW GOLF SERIES
The first of a new serins,"I.earn
Ing t'.olf With Alex Smith," will
st.irt to-morrow on the sporting
p.iges of The Kvuning World. The
series, written by tho former Na
tional. Metropolitan and Western
champion and the man who taught
many of our present day title
holders, will be rich In advice to
both the thousands who plan tak
ing up tho game und the additional
thousands who will find much to
improve their own style. Tho se
ries will ileal with tho various
. lulis, how they Miould be played,
hints on getting out of various
kinds of trouble on the links and
an article devoted to women play
ers. "Learning Golf With Alex
Smith" will be an exclusive fea
ture for Tho Kvcnlng World. It
will appear on there iMges at least
once every -week.
Offer ALL WOOL SUITS
Exactly Like the Pictures, at
And this is tho only concern in New York
doing it to-day. '15 is the price at which
these same qualities and styles are advertised
elsewhere and in no other store will you get
better suits at s15 our special price is . .
It's Worth $5
Investigate Our Claim
If you hit willing to be convinced, visit cither of our stores and
examine the quality, tho workmanship und the finish of these suits;
buy one, wear it- -and bring it back if you don't think you've saved
(iv dollars m the price.
All the new models, including the PINCH BACK,
PATCH l'OCKKT and six other styles, with fifty-three.
lieJi Spring and Summer patterns to select from, at
HI lit nrrir. fiinrr blueit hUItks. chrrkn film
aruj mitturrfe. ululii crurN
The Reason We Can Do It is because ws are manufacturers, s
ing direct to the public which is fact, not invention.
15 th & 16th St8. j O 83d Street
BOTH STORES OPEN SATURDAY TILL 10 P. M.
ONLY FOUR LEFT
Kirkby Has a Walkover in His
. Match With Lewis Dyer
Noses Out Webb.
By William J. Abbott.
NASSAU COUNTHY CLUB, GI.H.V
COVB. L. J June 9. Just four
players, Frank Dyer of Montclnlr,
Fred Herreshoff of Garden City, Max
Marston of Ilnlusrol and Oswald
Kirkby of Knglewood, of the 104
players who started In tho champion
ship on tho Nassau Club links
Wednesday survived to-day to thn
semi-finals for the "Met" golf tltlo.
In the third round this morning
Kirkby defeated Itcqglo Lewis, Mars-
ton killed off M. I'. Lewis, Hcrre-
shoff trlmmod Harold Downey nnd
Dyer nosed out Roy D. Wobb,
Playing conditions to-day wern
greatly Improved. Tho heavy rains
of tho lout two days nlmmcrcd down
to a drlztlo, a ohango that lured many
spectators from the shelter of the
Tho feature match was the battle
between Klrby nnd Lewis, but In
stead of being a snappy fight It
turned out to bo a walkover for
Lewis, tho twemty-ycir-old Wyka
gyl (itnr, who eliminated a pair of
strong favorites yesterday, was miles
off his game against Kirkby, The
Knglewood champion simply treated
his young opponent to a lesson In
how the game nhould bo played.
THIRD HOUND Frank Dyer.
Montclalr, beat Ttoy WoW, Knglc
wood, 2 up and 1 to play; Fred
Herreshoff, Garden City, heat Har
old A. Downey. Apawamls, 2 up nnd
1 to piny; Max Marston, Haltusrol,
beat M. I', Lewis, Flushing,' 3 up nnd
2 to play; Oswald Kirkby, Kngle
wood. beat Reginald M, Lewis, Wy
kagyl, 6 up and 5 to play.
Lewis was wild and went all over
tho course. Kirkby, In good form,
only had to play safe and let Lewis
As a forerunner of what was to
come, Lewis started tho match by
topping his drlvo on the first hole
the ball going barely forty ynrds.
This mlscuo gave Kirkby an early
lead which hu never lost. Lowls
munaged to win but a single hole,
tho short eighth over a pond where
Kirkby Just missod the green on his
Tho Mory of the youngster's down
fall Is simply on account ot his fre
quent biwIIs of wtldness on tho long
seventh, hn butted Into two traps. On
tho seventh ho drovo out of Ixiunds
almoHt to tho railroad tracks. At tho
turn Kirkby was 3 up. Iwls hero
shed his cap for n change, of luck.
IpwIm lost tho short tenth tin poor
putting Ho was short all tho way
i to tho eleventh and dropped that one.
I Kirkby laid a great lSU-ynnl mld
l Iron npproach dead to thn top cup on
thn hill twelfth, nnd Lowls never had
a chnncu for a rally. Kirkby only
I had to square tho thirteenth to win
, the match 6 nnd G.
Kirkby, out 4 4 r 4 4 5 4 4 4-3S
Lewis, out 5 6 5 4 ! 5 fi 3 4- 13
Kirkby, In 3 5 3 4
l.ewls, In 4 0 4 4
I Max Mnrston won n placo In tho
1 finals after n see-saw battln with M.
i I Lowls, youngster from tho Flush-
Ing Club. Marston was 2 down at tho
, turn, but rallied and captured 1
straight holes, which did for Mr
Frank Dyer, a young Montclair
to You to
O D AVENUE, N. W. Corner
Mar, win too steady on tho preens
for Hoy Webb nnd pulled out a 2 and
I'"red Uerrcslioff, a warhorsc ot the
links, twice runner-up for tho na
tional title, nnd who li mnktnrr a
comeback, won from Harold Downey
of Ap.nvnml3 after n rotirrh and
Neither Herreshoff or Downey
was in exceptional playing form, but
earh one was keen about winning.
Herreshoff golfed with so much
spirit that lie broke his mid Iron on
the twelfth bole. The veteran proved
a be'ter finisher than Downey nnd
won I nnd 1.
PENNSY JUNIORS WIN.
"eeond Time Thry Mmrp tlentpn the
I'Oltnnicr.BPMK. N. v.. Juno 9
Tn Pennsylvania Junior eight defeated
Hip nratty erew nealn lo.ilnv. Cnm-li
Wright h.is announced that the winner
of another fklrmljh to.morrow will rep
resent Pennsylvania In the Intercol
legiate regatta varsity next week.
Tho Cornell. Syracuse and Columbia
cr.'Hs oontlm,ed their pmctleo to-day,
llio Cornell eldht roverlinr tho four miles
'n t xecpllounlly cood time.
HIIJi.MONT PARK HACK TITACK,
.NLW OKK, June D. Tho entries for
to-morrow's races nro ns follows:
PI1LST lLtfH Th,..uti. .. .
llllm; lt an.1 I.alf fnrlnrus.! m'lln mn'
ni' "1" jIWL Utl. 1-aWi. Il.i- Yankff Notion.,
llll! HurinrmiM ttn. tt. I..,, .m.
114. Chtnnfii.f 1H. m, 'Krnnt. ll)0 Tact.'
Nf.Cii.Mi lltrB, -Thn.t.rol.ta am m-
aM: llm Ilnlf I'ark ll.n.ll.,. mil. I ,
illlifnlh Maaln HU Mcnlewir. 110: .Muftapt.
ir.'. rnn-r limit nil.
rlllltli HACK T'lrfotfar-ihta ami umtael.
thf Amatrir '" huhiflrlii. fflllnn: onf mllo
lljrhflnr. 14.1 Tnn .. ih' Mnniln. 14.1: lk.ili.
W-t. Il.'l IU. 147 VIM!.. HA: Tup lilt. 153)
San-lmtn II . 150. ril.l llnm. 140
foUHTII llAi'K,- Ilin-i-jfar.iMa: th llfl-
motlt. t.i (Wl! mi nillM an.l IhiH Intlnnn.
riiiin-hUI. r.'il: Suur ml Chicle tlmp.l. Utl:
nar hvi, ih.
I'IPril Ittl'K I'alir.Toirlnl.l. an.l lmanl
Mtftitfi hf-f lltiii'lrau ai.iin xo mllfa anil a.
nuartor lllll lnl. i.Ti, swb, 150 lllblrr.
ilii. HiMI.-r, lr.s lumnti, 112
HlXTH lltl'f: Tan t..ar.iliU fnur ana a half
furlocirt. ftriUlit 1Vli-'ila1. ni: (lln,mvy Oil
lis- Tumi.wr nv Tickft 1 iv . iiaiiir. 112
I'antiiflrf 112 1'ot nfitni llin-i t 112: Phantom,
Iflli; HtufliK-li 112 .Mrrrlunt 112
AiK'rfntlip .tlt'iAfln,v 'Uinu-il Tnwk hfatj
BLUE BONNETS ENTRIES.
I'lllsT lltf'B Pur. $:wi ln.iTir-nl.1: afll
l-r 1 - l i" li.-. It I'nii lira rrtolft, toil
J, . Ilunlr), Ili2. llurlwtnk. 112; Sliriiy Ham,
in" i-Aifirr 'I lun m irar lit Xn-t.mlu. Hmiii
illi llratllulf UO Him lim M.uiliiilr. 2.
I'Kltan. , 111 . I.ncilf I' .112
HM'oNH IIAI Piiw I'ani- l.an.Uo: thn-
tfiruMf an-l uiMAril- ri.n furlong. - Kum K.
10o, Mll.-fiiinf. ICtl: ahmir Nf.itun, Imt
MVlln llll. Cailfiiu. 1UI I'alr llrK-ii. 101.
It.v'111 lti.1 . V.il-r Mb los IV.kt, 100,
a T r- intrr
TIlllIK II M'lV-Wln-lmr ll'ivl Cwi 11.500
aililf.l tiar.ll'-aii, Ihiworar -I'U ami tuivtaril
mm ami onechtli mllf -(V.iiunfina.u, lui,
lli.nw 115 IUiii at H- a . ilfit-nienl. 114
Kont-laln l'v 1111" t llmnhfi 127
nWVUIil -li WMfinnuit, aii.l Itanctfr In
rluitia ifnaltjr -f fltf i.nin.U tor vnnnuitf alier
th uMl allot! ,if nrlclKS , ,
I'Ol'IITII IMCl: I'tiww "t Wlt Strftilf-i-hafi
hatulli-41 l '.'lJ a-l.lfit: lisiMfar-olilt
latest "Piping Rock" bow
Linocord Unbreakable Butlonlioles
CO. . IDE 1 CO.. M..-.r 1R0V, fl. t
A' o Makers of .dt Shins
nil unsinl: twml t0 rallm llunwf 137.
WfKI.ilii. i.1 s'itioii ft it cr. IM siiii.i 111,
sun hiru .v.: Uri l.ulit. ti;. .N lliini
till- nliirl.a 1.1s- (.irr Itnuii III
Ini-liiif fhi i..Mii'l, ntlt
ripril llti: n.,wi.(, t.t- tnoo ti,r
if.ol'W anil uejM fnA -.1 in n -l onr
rnllc Mnilvun ll . a linl Mil nKm.
Ill: Illlln l,i lot I', H.i.,. ti Am
lihliTt III II- III.- in Pri,.,. riuunliorw.
111. t'lHU-r tll)4 ItH.
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atit iiintnl .lint:- uuf anil tif ruhttt ttul-n
I'hll .Mi.lir 'w Itilll.. Ilili 'f i laiar IVW
107 llnlonltl wi Im ot Pnnlxr W2. lTt.
11S Snlo'iii- I on
SKVK.Nnl II Vl I, I'uw J.Vtl a.l lM, tlir.
var.i.U aii.l umwrtl ,-'! itm fit liirfon.
I'lMltunrr. 101. lias t'at Iik'i ltnMm.fl, 113:
Tim solrit. .1. Il-.n-r urat lot nut).ia.
IliA' ltrflrrti.u In,, U,l lond'ni III. liar
ti-t. llll; lir Hcii'UII 111 ll'-mar in'.
Ilirat llll; -Tirlct I1, UM K..iit) 11.1
Atninntf'f aln.ant'- litn,.l Tra.k hraty
Imifft. Ilf11f,r SI
AlaMMl Iwn T.irnLli flta np
llfllf"r .tlrt mill, Hti. irfliilnn, IllO
Ho Cliaux. til
Jack HtUnon. 1 1 2.
Upon presentation of snlcs check
frcm nny department ol the titore
we will (;lve n coriuiRe of flowers In
our Greenhouses from 9 to 11.30
A. M., 2 to 5.30 P. M, tomorrow,
Women & Misses' Summer Dresses, $6.95
These practical new dresses, our regular stock, arc fashioned of striped and
flowered marquisette, ratine and voiles, woven striped voiles, woven flowered
organdies and plain linens, including many dark colors
There arc a variety of styles including
Norfolk coat, tunic, ruffled, surplice or three
tier effect back.
Some of them hnvc large collars of organdie,
others have fischus of net. Many arc trimmed
with ribbon and velvet belts.
Union Suits, 25c
S h n pc d I n ce
Suits; wide or tight
knee itjlcB: rt'Riilur
or extra sizes.
ct neck with
F I n r yv
white cotton; neatly trimmed with
wide lace; regular and extra sizes.
Children's Underwear, 19c
White gauze cotton vests or
pants; ImlliriRgan vests or (hints,
lKy&' bleached white cotton rihticd
Jflllll ' UtOT
A' lltnnmingilnlf' '
Auction Sales of Growing Plants
Shrubs and Bulbs Every Day
The enormous quantities of merchandise arriving muke it necessary
thnt wp hold these auction sales daily between 2 nnd 5:30 P. M. Sales
are conducted by u licensed auctioneer, who accepts your own bids for
any of the above-mentioned merchandise.
We Also Offer in the Greenhouses
Clearance of Fruit Trees including apple, (leach, pear und many
others too numerous to mention, each 5C
Holland nnd American Growing Rose Bushes 2 to 3 years old, in
many varieties, each, 5c
Bedding Plants -including geraniums, coleus and other varieties,
each, 3c und Sc
Shrubs --2 to 3 years old, 2 to 3 feet high; included ure honeysuckle,
bridal wnat'i, nJ tliigwood, Rose of Sharon, tilnc, deutzu, forsythiu und
about 50 other vnrirticB, each, (2c
Clearance of .0,000 Glailiola Bulbs- -r dozen, 5c
Elephant Cnr Bulbs -extru large, euch, (c
Dahlia Clump" extra large, each, 5c
In Cut Flower Dept., Main Floor
A large stock nf scnsrn.iblr fresh cut flowers, including ro.es, carnations,
peonies or shr rt stern Amrricun Ueautifs. each, 2c per 100, $2,00
Prrp.ni! ni. I, 'X trlrphonc orders from charge nccount customers filled
tnd sl ii -li ' rdrr- nrxuntirig ti M no or ovrr.
U'iiii Klinrnnit 'JrrMft,iuif J-oi the Rnnt
)t2: !--rln WTi.tt. inn; It. II, ArHmon. HOi
Urrr. in Hlftr. IIS .. .
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iipMtnl nl!i aii.1 onf alltffiith l(lirf t UT;
Ui.ll.t llo iuiMk.t ItMi Janh.iiu.. lfrl- lln.
Inat..r, II; "-"' Alitr. V llif T.li. Il.i:
llllllil lltrli -trUliK I lirrr trar .'! and
uiiManl alt fnrlnnfr liiiif rati: imi- tllanchlia.
Its. .Mi- Ih-rhrr 1H.I t'nrM Hart, tlW Waii.la
I'ltfrf 10. -.Mat Mini, Mi l.anir'wm-, mil Th
Nnrman. 11- Mn!a!a I0A; "lljrator. US.
I'liI'llTII II rtr Sfliitui ihii N-n'atlon
titaWit; tlirf trir nrtlt atMl upwarl. milf ami on.
am-fnUl.- -IVIItfr 111 (h,rln. (Irm-r
llnhfa Uf. itirit'if tiai. M.m-jmak-r 11!
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ll. llM HC, II. nk li lilt. U2, llanntia. 117
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ill'. -It (iirKT4-i Mara Caxanlr. I OH, Vuii.
lie Ci.rlna-iiiirii. l: iatl.l era)-, 10S Iinli.
ll, flialnnrt. Vi.
.tlXTII IttCK -Ttw. ivw ValW Ifamllrari
thr-i'iari.ila rl iiimnl. tnllf ati.1 virnl
tarla Hnrtl Wrk UOj Jnin tliiml, li! .toiar
Star llll Kirk Wllllanw. I03: Tim (IraJor 11,1
Hl'VHM'll Kr!l-.a-4Unlli thrw trr ota nd
in-wanls mil- an-l on aUti--tith .MiitM 102
lirs.Ulf!.! lit. SarauH II. Mew. Ill, YrtiSi"
Il7i tlV )ia1l. Vj H.rw. Ill IVI
Aiipri-nlliv !1ouk rUlmrl Wmthrr rlftr.
-thAiiii'm K .Moora fntrr
tT ALL CARS TRANSFER TO p
"THEMOmE OF TRUTIiV
59th to 60th Street
Special for June and July Only!
Fur Coats Relined,$9.00
This special offer is made for the purpose of
keeping our workshop busy during the Summer
For $9.00 we reline your cont with Skinner's
guaranteed sntin in your choice of shades, inter
lining and satin-covered dress shields.
Coats Remodelled to 1917 Styles
We hnve on display several of the newest foreign
models, showing the trend of fashion for next
winter. Your cont may be remodelled to one of
these styles nt surprisingly low cost.
Estimates submitted for remodellinj nnd re
pairing furs. All repuirs amounting to $20.00 or
over witl be stored free of charge in our Dry Cold
Air Stornr.e " the premises.
Women's Fibre Silk
Seconds of high grndes. Boot
styles, in black, white or colors.
ccpt for mercer
ized garter hem.
and toes. Large
variety of colors; also black
Women's "Gold Stripe"
Silk Stockings, 59c
Seconds of a well-known brand
that is run-proof. Pure silk in
black, white und u large runge of
Men's Socks, 11c
Fine cotton, double soles, black,
white and lurg'- assortment of colors,
UITT.MIs.. half mil. ,M
AMIM. tltf qruutrra. 1,21 2 A
U, lllyM.'K. llir ucMU, .HU3S.
II tr. mm milf, 1.47.
IIIIKVrWIllMI. nit- mil. 1.41
III. 1 1, Tlllrril.K. Ilirrf-iijitura, I Is 2 t.
IIIAKtiM.KNT. thr-f.iuartr. 1 V.',.
CtNMlN llllllMlr.. tlirif nan-tut. .17
OIIAIIMI.MII.V, tbtrr-ililarl-ia, .J0,
IM'MIA IHN. lliw-quailfra, I -fl
I.TIIfSI'XN, half lullf, ,tS
riUIVNIIt.rXS. htU mllf. ,50 2 A
(KKIIl ( (lf.V-.Ht,, l.l if mllf, ,MS,
(II'MIKMIKII. Ihrrr nuartr rt, I vo.
Null I Mm
. thrw u-uri-ra, 1.13
ItTtlll, ikiffiiftitlip. ..W
ll.llf t.l Mil. Al ft K
U1TI.K llll'I'WI, hall milr. Mill
1JIJ.Y IIAVKNs, Uiw-irtfra, l.'il,
MI-tTUtli mm mllf. 1.4.1
Mr.DlTATKlS, on mllf, l..V,
I 1A A., r n o n e
Most of the sleeves are wrist lengths and
the skirts arc cut full.
Five smart models in all white voile, mar
quisettes end organdies are featured at this
price; sizes arc from 16 years to 44 bust.
Stout dresses, sizes 41 to 53.
Tomorrow, Saturday the
Final Day of Our Summer
Suit to Measure, $1 5
Hundreds of sceptical men have
"been shown" that we deliver the
fit, fabric and finish, just as we
Choice of 25 fabrics in new pat
terns and colorings. Newest fashion
plates from which to select the style
which pleases you. Each suit hand
finished with high grade linings
and trimmings. Sizes up to 46
chest measure, $15. Above 46,
add $1.50 extra.
.'-., i .'our
Eagle Brand Shirts, Special $1.95
jJ' A special purchase of Eagle Brand high
li grade woven Madras Shirts goes on sale to-
wcareh morrow at $1.95. These are Spring and Sum
mer 1916 patterns, satin striped, woven madras, fast colors,
made with box centre plait running all the way down.
We conskler this one of the strongest value offerings we hnve made
Sizes 14 to 17. All made with French cuff, negligee style.
Men's Worsted Bathing Suits, Special S2.95
Sleeveless or with quurtcr sleeves. Navy blue, gruy or natural. Border
trimmed or plain. Jersey knit style, nil worsted.
Sweater knit style, sleeveless bathing suits, in nnvy or gray, of two
thread worsted and one thread cotton. Sizes 3-1 to -16.
Men's Pongee Pajamas,
Good quality soft finish pongee
trimmed with four double loops,
lurge assortment of stripes, ull sixes,
smull to extra large.
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Men's "Otis" White Lisle Thread
Shirts or Drawers, 39c
Men's Undergarments, at 19c
Bnlbriggon shirts und drawers in all sizes. Drawers have double seat.
White checked nainsook shirts und drawers, athletic style.
White ojxrn mesh shirts nnd drawers in athletic style; nil sizes.
Your Choice of the Above at 19c
at Local Tracks
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Tourist Bags, $5.94
t MB tie of
hide or bUck
17 or 18 In.
fully lined with leather.
We consider $5.94 a very special
price for bags of such excellence,
considering the present state of the
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12 Fruit Trees for 50c
Six tipple trees, representing
J ench of B.iUlwin, Spitzenberg
Six pench trees, representing
2 ench of Crawford, Elberta and
Prepaid mnil or chnrge nccount
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10 Rose Bushes, 50c
Two ench of the following well
known varieties ure offered at
this very special price:
Mrs. Taft'a Daybreak
Pinks, Exclsn, Mngna
Chnrtn Pinks, Crimson
Knmblers nnd Dorothy
Prepaid mail or charge account
At Special Prices
Pork for roasting; cut from
young Jersey nigs, lb., lSe
Roast Beef, a and 3 rib pieces
of native beef, lb., 16c
Lamb, legs or hindquarters of
young city dressed lamb, 18jc
Frash Killed Checkens, dry
picked, for soup or salad, lb., 20c
Lamb Chops, rib or loin, 22c
Fresh Killed Long Island Ducks,
Fancy Broilers or Roasting Chick
ens, finest quality always on hand,
Men's Summer Four - in -Hands,
Foulards nnd Pussy-willow silks,
fancy scroll effects or polka dotsf
in assorted colors.
An exceptionally low pnee for undergar
ments of such well known make. Made of
fine lisle thread, neatly finished. All sizes in
both shirts and drawers to select from at
39c per garment.
Lisle Thread Union Suits, 69c
of fine bleached one-by-one ribbed, medium
length, athletic style. In all
Cotton Union Suits, 39c
Bleached white cotton, 1 x I
ribbed; athletic styles with knee
length drawers. All sizes.
ALL CAHS or OniVTTNrVriAT h? 50TH TO BOTH 3T ,.